Site-Wide Activity

  • We stayed at this park for 3 months this past winter. It is a large park that was created by merging two parks together the Palms and the Oaks. They offer 3 pools (one heated), hot tub and exercise room as well as several club houses. There are plenty of activities bingo, pentanque, shuffleboard, card games, dances and more.

    There is a mix of…[Read more]

  • Without a doubt this is the nicest KOA we have ever been to. Our site was clean and level, the restrooms and showers were spotless. The entire staff was great and very helpful. Wifi worked well. The campground borders a small lake that is loaded with wildlife such as swans and ducks.
    The park offers a nice dog park near the office area.

    We…[Read more]

  • Located on Kenric Drive which parallels I-95 between exit 13A and 17. Nice level lots and big enough to handle our 40ft fiver while still hooked up to our F350.

    The restroom and shower facilities were spotless and warm, which was important as the overnight temps were in the low 20’s.

    Wifi worked well without issues and road noise was n…[Read more]

  • A nice park with a mix of permanent and transient sites. They have some pull-thrus for big rigs. The park is quiet and well run. The bath house near our site was very clean. It is close to Miller Ferry boats to put-in-Bay on South Bass island, shopping, restaurants and attractions.

  • At I-70 exit 68. We stopped here on the way home from our western trip. It is a very nice, quiet park with pleasant, welcoming staff. We had a level pull-thru that was big enough to stay connected to our fifth wheel. Limited wi-fi and no cable, but very reasonably priced. We did not use any of the facilities. A good stopover!

  • We stayed here overnight on the way home from our western trip this past May. It is just off I-40 exit 108 adjacent to the Cherokee Travel Plaza, where we topped off before checking in.

    Our pull-thru site was not super wide, but it was ample enough and it was definitely long enough for us to stay connected to our 40’ fifth wheel. We did not u…[Read more]

  • We stayed in this very nice park at the outskirts of Sante Fe the third week of May of this year. The park has spacious level pull-thrus and some back-ins. Except for the main road in the park, the wide streets were unpaved. The facilities were clean, the bathrooms were huge, and the staff was very nice. There is artwork scattered throughout the…[Read more]

  • A very nice park on the outskirts of Durango. The sites were mostly pull-thrus, spacious and level. All of the sites we saw had cement patios, with chairs and fire pits. The facilities were clean and there were ample machines in the laundry. They escorted us to our site and escorted us out when we left, which was very nice as the roads were a bit…[Read more]

  • A nice park about 20 miles west of Winslow, and about 5 miles from the Meteor Crater at I-40 exit 233. The dirt roads are wide and the pull-thrus were good sized and level. The park office is located in the Mobil gas station, which has decent fuel prices and offers some convenience items. If you visit the Meteor Crater you get 2 coupons for 5…[Read more]

  • A very nice campground off I-40 at exit 163 with wide paved roads and level sites, mostly pull-thrus. The facilities were all clean and well cared for, but they do need to expand the laundry facilities. Staying at the park also allows use of all the facilities (including the indoor pool) at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel next door. They also…[Read more]

  • A large RV park right on the Colorado River at I-10 exit 1. We stayed here mid April of this year. At that time the snowbirds were pretty much gone, and their summer crowd had not yet arrived. This was good for us in that the roads were dirt, and there was always a breeze. The roads were wide, and the sites ( a mix of pull-thrus and back-ins)…[Read more]

  • Another nice RV park about ½ mile off I-10 at exit 304, around 45 miles east of Tucson, AZ. While we experienced no road noise, there was an extremely busy railroad track in town. The park itself and the staff more than made up for the train whistles and we would definitely stay here again.

    They have wide paved roads with pull-thru and…[Read more]

  • Undoubtedly this is the nicest RV park we have ever visited. It is just off I-10 at exit 140, but far enough away that we got no road noise. They have wide, paved roads, pull-thru and back-in sites, a beautiful clubhouse you can access 24/7 and spotless facilities.

    We stayed here the first week of April of this year. The place was chock full…[Read more]

  • We stayed here for 4 days at the end of March 2017. This is a nicely maintained (and reasonably priced) park just off I-10 at exit 264, just outside of town. It’s far enough off the interstate that we didn’t experience any road noise.

    The lots are level and ample sized. Laundry and all the other facilities were spotless, including the poo…[Read more]

  • Nice quiet park just off I-10 exit 92, but far enough away that road noise wasn’t an issue. We felt welcome as soon as we arrived – they were waiting and a very nice woman greeted us on the office porch.

    The internet was fast and worked very well, which we have found to be a rarity in our travels. Ditto for the cable. The pool was being r…[Read more]

  • This is a nice reasonably priced park conveniently located just off I-95 exit 171, which is far enough away that road noise is not an issue.

    This park is perfect for a stopover on the way to or from the south. We arrived after dark and were escorted by a nice gentleman to our level, ample sized FHU 50 amp site. In the light of early morning…[Read more]

  • We stayed here for a few days in March of 2017. It is a cute, well maintained park on a bayou about 5 miles from Pensacola, Fl. It is located just off I-10, but far enough away that road noise from I-10 was not an issue.

    The owner/managers made us feel welcome from the moment we made our reservation, and that continued throughout our…[Read more]

  • We stayed here for a month from mid February to mid March 2017. We were in the new part of the park called the “Glen” where the lot sizes were huge- almost double that of the lots in the old section. The drawback to the newer part is that all the amenities are in the old section which is a distance away. If you have a golf cart or bike there is…[Read more]

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