January 8, 2020 - reviewed by Amanda Lee
No Longer Best Western
It is now Red Roof Inn. It is no longer the Best Western
July 3, 2019 - reviewed by Jim Edmonson
Red Roof Inn
Ok for quick over night. Hook ups are stone aged the water connection was buried in the ground the sewer connection is a hole in the ground. I would stay overnight again if there was absolutely no other choice.
June 29, 2018 - reviewed by Weary Traveler
Good Enough For Overnight
We had to dig out the water connection. The power tested good. There are 8 spots. Two other RVs already in place. One is very old and looks to be a permanent resident. Other one is newer and they have a satellite pod out front. Place looks really shady but should be good for the night. When I checked in the girl told me it was $26 and asked cash/credit. Told her I had $25 cash. She said close enough. Site are not maintained other than mowing. Again, good enough for a night stop.
P.S. low hanging power lines. We are 13.5 and will need to backup to pull out. Either that or pull the lines down. And it’s a Red Roof Inn.
May 28, 2018 - reviewed by Tim
Part Of Red Roof Inn
Small rv park. About ten or so spaces. Had 40 ft rv and tow vehicle, both fit. Breakfast at the motel is included. Next to what must be a Main Street but have been in noisier areas. Works for an over night.
August 25, 2017 - reviewed by Diana
Red Roof Inn
The staff needs training when there computer goes down. She told us to park anywhere. I asked even across the street. I was told yes, found out that park is owned by someone else and they said this isn't the first time it's happened. Finally set up at the right spot but the site is barely big enough for overnight unhooking and they are not level. The water and sewer hook ups are below ground level. Stay at your own risk.
June 30, 2017 - reviewed by David
Pulled in at 9pm went to the Red Roof Inn Motel check in. No problems. No discounts. The $26 overnight included breakfast in the motel for my wife and I. The site was a pull thru. I've got a 24 ft motor home with a tow dolly and everything fit in the space without unhooking. The site included 30 and 50 amp, with water and sewer hookup.