May 25, 2022 - reviewed by Chris G
Stayed one night as we were just passing through on our way to the west coast. Park is a little tight space wise. Rigs over 30’ will have a hard time getting in and out. We have a 20’ travel trailer and fit just right. Little bit of a steep drive up and out. Dusty. Easy check in after hours. Overall good park for overnight stay.
June 30, 2020 - reviewed by TJ Nay
We’ve stayed here before and it hasn’t gotten any better!
Dusty, small sites and crumbling infrastructure.
March 10, 2020 - reviewed by Diana Mulligan
Great overnight stay. $42 with Good Sam discount for 30 amp elec and full hookups. A Good Sam rated park. The grounds are clean and are obviously raked clean as there are rake lines. We had a pull through site for our 35 foot Class A with 3 slides. All were able to be extended fully. WiFi wasn't needed as we had good cell service. Loved Fargo's steak house restaurant within walking distance to our camp site. Happy Hour is between 3-6pm. They had Gluten free buns for their happy hour cheese burger sliders and a gluten free brownie sundae. Great patio area. Culvers is another place right across the street. The site was level and on gravel. Nice mountainous area with trees. Quiet.
October 6, 2019 - reviewed by Joe Rogers
Sites are well maintained, bathrooms and showers are very clean, my site was level as a site can get on a mountain side. Staff was excellent and very helpful, wifi was decent. All around a pretty good area. We will return!!
June 20, 2019 - reviewed by Duane Kenny
The staff was very nice and rules are lax . This would be a nice place to stay for the summer if they would just do something about the dust. Because of the dust we have scratched this RV Park of our list as we will never return. Have no idea what a dog park is.
May 30, 2019 - reviewed by Ryan M
We spent 4 nights here. The spots are tight. With our 30 foot TT we got a pull through spot that when all was said and done had little outdoor space but we did manage to get our slide out. Biggest issue I felt was that the campground is on a big hill and getting level left to right was a challenge. Even had to drop by the local Walmart for an extra stack of leveler blocks. Staff was all very pleasant and grounds were well maintained so no complaints there. For an in town spot with all the amenities this ain't a bad place to spend a night or two.
November 5, 2018 - reviewed by Barbara
We stayed 2 nights in our 42ft 5th wheel. I called and left messages on the voice mail and the calls were not returned. On arrival the staff was friendly and helpful but couldn’t explain why our calls were not returned. There are some steep roads but we did fine. Our site was next to the bathroom, which happened to be closed, it was large and fairly level. The roads are dirt so I’m not sure how they would be if raining. It appears they are adding additional sites.
July 29, 2018 - reviewed by Jeff S
Clean bathrooms, WiFi ok. Friendly staff. First time there from Phoenix and we would go back. Sites a little close and our weekend there were a lot of dogs.
June 23, 2018 - reviewed by Samantha
Depends On What You’re Looking For
If you’re just looking for a pass thru spot to stay overnight, this is your place.
However, there’s not much to do. The grounds are surrounded by subdivisions and business centers. My fault that I didn’t research more before booking.
The spots are pretty tight, especially if you have slide outs. We weren’t able to fully extend our slide out or our awning. We asked to move to one of three spots that were adjacent to our spot and was told no. The next evening two trailers that were 1/3rd of our size, pulled into those spots.
The electric kept throwing the breaker.
Not a lot of shade.
Dog run is very small.
Staff is friendly.
We are good Sam members so we received a discount but even at $40 a night, it’s not worth it.
January 17, 2018 - reviewed by China Clipper
Not level and WiFi minimally useful
Nearly all sites are at a significant angle. I tried their WiFi and could not even log on to Fidelity.
September 9, 2017 - reviewed by Bud
We had a group of 2 families looking for close sites and they had a double site with full hooks for us the allowed 2 rv. When making reservations they we friendly and helpful over the phone.
Upon arrival, the camp host was friendly polite and showed us exactly where the site was. Site was big enough for 2 5th wheels one 41 ft and the other 34 foot. One pull in and the other backed in. Really big enough for a couple tents or another trailer. Roads in campground were hilly and narrow but go slow and you will be fine. Our neighbors on all sides were nice and polite. Reasonably priced for being the time of the year, September. We will definitely visit again!
June 23, 2017 - reviewed by L.D.
Not Good For Larger Units
Wifi service was horrible!
Site was very unlevel & cramped!!
Didn't have 50 amp service!!!
Sum: too many inconveniences, hot & cramped uncomfortable stay. (Not worth $253/wk)
March 8, 2017 - reviewed by Deb
Mountain RV Park
Its an older park with narrow roads and sites. Most sites are unlevel. Well kept and very friendly staff. If you have a larger rig just be warned. Its steep to get into the park itself. We have a 37ft towing a jeep. We did fit into the pull through just barely for a one night stay. Lots of nice tall pine trees and a quiet park even tho you are just off the main road. Leveling was a challenge. They could fix that a little more; I understand run off but it is more unlevel than necessary.
June 1, 2016 - reviewed by Steven Davis
Great campgeound nice people, super clean