We stopped here for one night on our way to the Bighorn National Forest. They had great internet, but it was downhill from there. They have all full timers, are located across from the county jail, and they had to trim trees for us to extend our slide outs. All back in sites.
This park provides ocean access, ocean views and great location (1.5 miles to downtown Anacortes) & only 8 miles to the San Juan Island Ferry's. It has a nice paved walking/bike path that goes thru the park and ends in downtown making it a quick relaxing way to get to town. The services here are nice as well - strong Internet being the best thing! I wish they had extended cable programs (I miss my HGTV:) and more space in between the RV sites in the RV section that is closer to the Fidalgo Bay Road. But overall, this is an excellent resort. We took a Ferry to San Juan and it was easy, and a nice day. We also drove to Whidbey Island to look around, but frankly we both agreed staying in Anacortes gives you the best of everything; a nice town, great forest drives, easy access to the mainland and you don't feel trapped on an island as you would on one of the San Juan Islands. Hope you enjoy the park as we did.
This is a great park centrally located near malls, restaurants and other services. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have concrete pads on most sites with full hookups. Some of the sites are a little tight for a large rig, but it worked. The internet access was acceptable. We stayed here a week and it was a good location to take in the 'Santa Fe' experience.
This was a fairly nice park. We stayed here one night on our way out west. Gravel sites with cable, wifi, and full hookups. The sites were a little short, but otherwise a good place for a one night stop. They also had a few nice cabins if you had other family in the area. Also had a large indoor swimming pool.
We stayed at Whisper Creek at a 50 amp back-in site. Wifi internet and Comcast Cable, with propane delivery available. We enjoyed a great stay at a wonderful, clean RV Park. There were lots of activities and very friendly residents. Labelle is a great little town if you want to be away from city traffic and bustle. The only downside was a lack of working dryers in the laundry. The entire staff were very friendly and helpful. Wonderful facilities for all activities. We will definitely be returning.
We stayed at Pull-Thru, 50 Amp site on February 14, 2014. There is no Wifi Internet at site at the site, only in the office. There is no cable. They have with dirt roads to the sites with level gravel sites. The park is about 4 miles off of I-10 and yet just next to the Interstate, so you still hear highway noise. We will probably not stayin there again since the price was abut $42 without the usual amenities seen for that price.
We stayed at the CG Farm Campground for the month of July, 2013. The rates were reasonable and the park had some nice features, lots of tree, two pools, and activities. However, they had limited 50 amp spots. Our location was a tight back-in with a low power line that almost took off our vent cover on our rig, if my DW had not been watching out. Our spot was on bare ground with no concrete of gravel & with the rainfall, it was pretty muddy most of the time. The mosquitos and flies were also a significant problem. We will not be staying here again.
We stayed at Del Raton for 6 weeks in Jan/Feb. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. What they lack in amenities, they made up for in keeping everything clean and providing help for a newbie to RVing. The owners have kept the site for forty years and have many seasonal visitors each year. The location is on Hwy 1 about a mile from the beach Delray Beach just north of Boca Raton.