The grounds are beautiful, hookups great, interior roads good, sites are level and large. This would be a great campground except for a couple of things, the road to the campground is narrow, twisty, bumpy and part gravel. The other problem is the owners attitude toward dogs, every other rule was, if your dog barks we will evict you. We travel with a good natured dog who usually goes to sleep after we setup, then we can run our errands with the toad or go into town for a bite to eat. There were so many rules about leaving your dog and barking that we took him with us, which limited dinner to take-outs. Dispute what their adds say I would stay away if yo have a big rig or a dog. The also didn't take credit cards
Another great New England campground. The entrance was a bit tight and the campground was filled with trees. We squeezed into our site, trying to find a spot where we could open the slides without hitting a tree. The entire campground was under a canopy of Birch trees. We had a storm during the night and it was difficult to tell whether it was raining or just dripping from the trees. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable about the area. We had a burned out headlight and they were able to direct me to an auto supply shop.
A nice woodsy campground close enough to I-95 for easy access, but far enough to eliminate the road noise. The interior roads are good, no problems driving a big rig, the campground has a community atmosphere, many of the residents are seasonal. The pool was nice and the staff helpful. On some weekends the have entertainment, the night we were there a band played until after 10. Tnere was an additional $3 charge if you wanted to run your air conditioner.
This is the second time we stayed here, both experiences were good enough to keeps coming back. The first time we were trying to dodge a heat wave that engulfed the northwest. The second time was cooler and wetter, but still pleasant. The resort has several levels of sites, from bay front to standard, the first trip we stayed at the bay front, the second was a standard. The only difference was the view and the width of the site. There was a third option, a slightly wider site with a covered table. The wifi and the cable tv worked as advertised and all of the hookups were correct. The roads were gravel and the sites were level.
The park is well laid out with grass between the sites and flowers at the end caps and along the sidewalks. There is an outlet mall along one side and several restaurants in front, all within easy walking distance. The sites are paved and a little on the short side which is probably to be expected in a urban setting. We were advised to drop our car before entering the park and the advice was good. All of the hookups were in working order. We say many people tending the grass and flowers alongside their site and it appears to be a destination campground for area residents.
The park is rather small and setup mainly for tent campers, but if you like being out in the woods it ha great appeal. Most of the roads were gravel, the max electricity was 30 amps and their were no sewer hookups. The wifi was limited to the office area, but the cable worked fine. There was a little brook running through the property and some tent campsites on the other side. We just stopped over on our way to Portland, but it looked like most of the people were staying longer.
There were few amenities, but what they had worked. We arrived on one of the hottest days so far and had no problems with the electric hookup. The sites and roads were one sheet of gravel and the port a potty which served as a restroom disappeared the first night. The entrance was difficult to find, being on Gum street instead of East. We called the office first to find the entrance and again to find out how to register, it was self-service. The location was great for us and the price was good.
There were a lot of signs along Highway 8 suggesting that we visit Deming, on our way back through New Mexico we took them up on their offer. There may have bee a lot to do, but we couldn't find anything. After driving through the downtown and visiting the Chamber of Commerce for recommendations on a good restaurant, we gave up and went back to the campground for dinner. The sites were level and close together with few trees. The dog walk was a patch of grass along one of the boundary fences. The sites were gravel and a lot of the RV's appear to have been there for a while.
When our daughter first told us about this RV resort we were skeptical. Pahrump is a small town fifty miles west of Las Vegas and casino camping usually means a parking lot with hookups. This RV resort is completely different, the spaces are laid out around a man-made lake. The sites are large enough to accommodate big rigs with grass and trees between the concrete patios and the next parking spot. The casino is located in a corner of the park and was unobtrusive. We had to hunt around for an entrance when we decided to try the Sunday buffet, which was worth the effort. The resort also has a gas station that can accommodate large motor homes.
The RV park is combined with a motel, the sites are small and cramped, but the location is great. The campground is located in a deep valley along side the virgin river with spectacular views on all sided. The hotel staff also handles the RV park and could have used a little more knowledge about it. Our site was a little short, but there were longer sites that stayed empty.