Stayed here for two days while scouting out a dry camping spot. Rather pricey for only electric and water and they charged $5 per day for the dog!! Seriously?! We found a NSF campground that would have been better for $10/night. Live and learn!
On our last night of our cross country drive, we stopped in Snowville, UT at the Lottie-Dell campground. The owner met us at the office and we got checked in. He said pick whatever spot we liked. We set up on the far end from the other RV's that were there and got set up. The spaces were all grass and all pull through and very long. It has sweeping views of the countryside and it was a very pleasant place to relax in on our final night of our trip to Idaho. Would definitely recommend.
On our cross country drive we stopped in Rawlins, WY. Made reservations at this place two days in advance. We pull in, all is well with check in. The first spot they put us in was WAY too short so they moved us to another spot. That one was fine for the length. The spots are all rock/gravel with absolutely no amenities. Spots were very narrow as well. But for an overnight stop it was bearable. Flies were terrible.
Driving across country we stopped at this park. We realized there would be highway noise as its right off the exit. Quick overnight tho so no biggie. What made us mad is we were told one rate for the night and we were charged $5 more. They had already charged our credit card. We didn't feel like finding anything else so we stayed. Also, the water pressure was nearly non existent. The sites are very close together and the BUGS were terrible!! The park was full but as it was nearly 4th of July weekend that wasn't surprising. Would not recommend.
Stayed there on a cross country trip. Sites all run downhill. And THE BUGS! Argh! It has a small pond on property and the park is bug central. The pool looked nice tho we didn't use it and the staff were friendly and helpful.
Stop over on our cross country trip. It's barely an average park in a fairly loud part of town. Lots of street noise. The person at the office is a tad clueless. Spots are fairly level tho and it's easy off and on the interstate. Would not stay here for any length of time but for a place to park overnight it sufficed. A bit expensive for what you get, IMO.
On our long cross country trip to Idaho from South Carolina, we stopped our first night at this park. Located close to the freeway, it has very easy access. The staff was friendly and the facilities were nice. We stayed in spot #86 and it was fairly level with a small shade tree. Great stop for a day or two but doubt it would be somewhere to vacation.
Lovely little (22 space) RV park located on a family owned winery just across the border from Myrtle Beach, SC. Spaces are all pull through and all are fairly large. Stayed for the month of December 2014.