Our second stay at this campground. Clean, maintained, easy access, great location, quiet, and nice staff. Plenty of room for our 40? and tow car in pull through. Picnic table, grass, trees but tv dish friendly, mostly gravel sites but level, fire pits, garbage and recycling pick up at your site. We will stay again
This is NOT true RV parking. They have 10 spots with electric only, some picnic tables, and a paved extra lane on a street marked off for RV parking. It is cheap and it is nice to have ?entertainment? and restaurants a short walk from your site. Bring plenty of bug spray even if you don?t intend to sit outside because they attack in force when you open your door. Many stores and restaurants are within 3-5 miles from this spot. Did I mention they are first come basis only, and upon check in (at the Players club in the IMAC) I was told cash only, no credit cards and no refunds. But seems to be plenty of shuttles, and plenty of security. There is airport noise but didn?t bother us. If you aren?t a Packers fan, you will feel quite uncomfortable (just sayin?). If they at least installed drinking water hookups I would rate higher. Still, I will come back.
Come here if you only need a place to park and hook up. There are clean bathrooms and picnic tables. Sparse grass, close together sites. The people were wonderful in accommodating us newbies with a 37? coach that just makes it in. Tow car must be removed prior to parking but there is plenty of street room to do so. Car must street park. One of their smiley people helped us pull in over the sidewalk during a rain and hail storm. There is plenty of places to walk your pet and the town is dog friendly. The Brandin? Iron motel that owns this mini RV Park has free fresh coffee in the lobby. People are super nice and helpful. You are right outside the Yellowstone gates from here. Shopping, restaurants and grocery are all walking distance. You will hear street noise from the early risers but not bad. Very grateful they found us a spot for a few days. Will stop here again.
This is NOT an RV resort. This IS a great spot to park your smaller than 35? RV, that has full hook ups and is right outside the Yellowstone National Park entrance. The dirt and gravel parking lot is somewhat unlevel, the spaces are tight for our motor coach with slides, and we had to access our sight #8 by driving up over the curb and sidewalk, which is common practice in these parts. People were unbelievably helpful at every turn. The rest rooms were clean, and the hotel that owns the park was also clean and neat. You aren?t coming to Yellowstone to sit in an RV park all day. You are coming to get to the park and have a choice of many local restaurants and shops. This allowed us to walk the bustling downtown area easily. I would stay here again.
This is probably the nicest park in the area, and we stayed on a ?Holiday? so price was higher than their website, besides the premium water view site. Very well improved with level concrete pads, my husband says the ?best full hookups? we?ve had to date, and desert landscaping. Nice pool and gift shop. Nice, informative staff. Great launching place for your water toys and access to the downtown area of Lake Havasu. There is a mix of permanent mobile homes and RV?s. Many sites have water views of the Colorado River. We will come back next year.
Only stayed one night but I will keep this one one my list when we come back through. Very easy access to I-40. Park is well landscaped (desert style with small stone and appropriate plants) parking pads are level and asphalt (use your jack pads folks) bathrooms and laundry were clean. They have propane, kiddy equipment, and pet friendly. We had a nice pull thru with 50amp, water, sewer, picnic table and metal fire pit. They have a manned gate and security which is nice. The store has a nice selection of clothing and camper items but lacks food essentials (no milk, butter, etc... just soda).
Everything you need is right here. This long established group of businesses include the KOA with pull thrus and 50 amp service (full hookups), a Shell fuel station that includes a truck/Motorcoach island, the Cherokee restaurant, and the Cherokee Trading post and art center. We got some good burgers from the restaurant, and spent a long time in the trading post which is the nicest I?ve seen to date. The campground is paved roads and sites, a very small grass area between sites and a picnic table. (Did not check out the bathrooms). The people were friendly and helpful. It would be a concern to make the uphill road to leave here if there is ice or snow. Yes, I can hear the road noise, but it?s important to us to get back on the road quickly. I would come back when traveling I-40 thru Oklahoma.
If you are looking for a very convenient place to park, try here. Newer electric 50 amp with a light you can see by and cover that closes. Water in great shape too. Sewer looked new too. Grass between sites and large gravel for drive lanes and pull thru. Super helpful Gary, the owner, sent me directions and helped us get settled. Walking distance to restaurants and grocery. Only a few blocks off the I-40 exit/entrance. Will stay again for $28.
THIS is a true resort. Gorgeous paved or paver private sites separated by tall professional landscaping. Most have coach houses and large outdoor seating areas. We pulled into a lakefront site. Very convenient to restaurants and shopping. Will visit here again.