Mark H

Type of RV: 
Travel Trailer
5 Reviews
4 States Visited

Recent Reviews


5

Beautiful

The grounds and spaces are very well maintained. The staff is super friendly and helpful. The power, water are new and easy to use. Limited full hookup sites, but they offer a service to drain your grey water every day for $5 per day.

Each campsite comes with a nice picnic table. The other reviewer was correct, there are no wood burning campfires allowed, however, they do allow propane fire pits AND they will rent you a propane fire pit ($10/day) and a propane tank ($5/day) so that you don?t miss out on a campfire.

The pool is VERY nice and the store has all the essentials plus some neat local items at fairly reasonable prices. There is a 24 hour supermarket/ ACE Hardware one exit north if you need anything. They also offer a shuttle service to Silverwood Amusement Park.

There is a pet area and a children?s play area for the little ones. VERY family friendly!

I would highly recommend Ravenwood RV Resort if you are in the area.

Date of Stay:
 July, 2019
Rate Paid:
 $40.00

4

Nice sites

This RV park is nice. All spaces are pull-thru with shrubs and trees in between them for privacy. The sites are full hookup and have fire pits, BBQ grills and picnic tables. While we were there, we couldn’t use the fire pits because it was too windy.

The staff were very friendly and helpful. The store came in handy for useful supplies and ice cream for the kids. They also have archery, banana bikes, a pool, game room, board games for borrowing and one dollar DVD rentals. There is even a free shuttle to the Calico Ghost Town.

I enjoyed our two stays here and would recommend Barstow/ Calico KOA to others.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2018
Rate Paid:
 $52.00

5

Beautiful

Watchman campground is inside Zion National Park. It’s located within walking distance to the Visitor Center and park shuttle system.

Plenty of deer, elk, birds and other wildlife will be around your campsite. The campsites are within walking distance to the Virgin River, where you can plop down a camp chair and cool off in the river.

Each site in Loop A and Loop B has electric hook-ups for RV’s 50/30/12v. Some sites have water hook-ups. Most sites have plenty of shade and all sites have fire rings and aluminum picnic tables.

The entire campgrounds are well maintained and the staff is very friendly. I’d highly recommend staying at Watchman Campground if you are visiting Zion National Park.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2018
Rate Paid:
 $36.00

2

RV storage

The Grand Canyon Camper Village is nothing more than a spot to store your RV while you visit the Grand Canyon. It?s got full hookups and pull-thru spots on dirt/gravel. The amenities stop at the provided restrooms. The staff are friendly.

If you?re used to a certain lifestyle while RV-ing, this isn?t the place for you. If you can treat this place like your 1st apartment, you?ll do fine here.

Date of Stay:
 June, 2018
Rate Paid:
 $56.00

4

A Good Stay

The grounds are well maintained. All RV spaces are pull-thru with full hook-ups. Each site has a nice big shade tree.

The front office was closed when we arrived at 6pm, but they had conveniently left a map with our reservation information and Wi-Fi info on a board next to the front door.

The pool opens May 1st and is being resurfaced. There is a nice children?s play area with swings and play structures. There is a large ?K-9 Kamp? dog park on the premises for people traveling with dogs. There is also a large patio area with pergola, for large group functions.

This KOA was nice and I?d stay here again.

Date of Stay:
 April, 2018
Rate Paid:
 $41.00

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