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This RV park is one of the nicest I have stayed in, the people are very helpful, the bathrooms spotless, and the grounds very well maintained. There is some road noise but nothing that disturbed us. On the last night of our stay they set...More
We have been coming to this park for over the past 5 years now. It is a outstanding park. The park is always well maintained and the owners are always improving the park. It is the easiest park to maneuver around even with a 45...More
We have been at this park almost a week, and I hate to leave. It has all the services we need and is truly beautiful. There are flowers everywhere as well as bird feeders. When walking by the owner's house, you will see lots of...More
Having traveled in the Southwestern US in previous years, we were not prepared for the tremendous increase in the number of recreational vehicles on the road in July 2016, consequently we had not made advanced (one month) reservations at campgrounds in the area we were...More
The park is clean and well maintained. The staff was helpful in trying to keep their park full. The sites were very tight and seemed to have a bunch of long term Rv. Gravel sites with some grass in areas. Some sites did have grass...More
Would this RV park be kid friendly? I've got young kids and am concerned about all the "rules" that other reviewers have mentioned and that maybe it isn't a place for us? Also, do they allow campfires?
11 July 2016|
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Really good place for kids. Little creeks and streams for fishing (catch and release), trails and paths to explore on property, an alpaca and yak (look, don't touch), and an area in the office building where you can sit and... More
Really good place for kids. Little creeks and streams for fishing (catch and release), trails and paths to explore on property, an alpaca and yak (look, don't touch), and an area in the office building where you can sit and read or play board games as a family. Directly across Hwy 160 is a little nature park and trails and another creek that families bring their kids to and use pool floats and tubes and to "float the creek" (very shallow and safe this time of year).
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"Try to get a site close to the bathrooms and the river."