August 31, 2020 - reviewed by MaxTravels
Very Expensive For Dirt Parking Pad
This park is expensive! In addition to the entire park being a dust bowl (there is no way to escape it), a number of sites are completely without power, there are only few that have sewer, and it's first come, first serve, so if you need any of the aforementioned, you'd better arrive on an off-day or you'll be out of luck (like we were).
We paid $67 for 1 night and $59 for the others.
Had I known we would be paying this rate for a dirty parking lot site with no sewer, we would have definitely stayed elsewhere - even the highly rated one in town charges far less and the one practically next door only charges $30/ night and seemingly has much more amenities!).
June 28, 2020 - reviewed by Kris
Camp site was ok...a lot of 'full-service' sites were adorned with a "No electricity" sign... So if you are looking for full service, it's actually a lot less to choose than advertised. The pool was closed, which was a super bummer, but hardly the parks fault. The playground was in rough shape, they might want to invest in about 40 dollars worth of lag screws to shore that bad boy up...I think my 4 year old enjoyed the thrill of the shakiness more than the intended use. But that being said, we were not really supposed to bed on the thing... So hard to complain about something that we shouldn't have been doing any how. Otherwise, the staff seemed equal parts sketchy and over stressed.
May 12, 2018 - reviewed by Not Applicable
Expensive for everyone especially non members. Takes a very long time to check in because they have to try to sell you on all the eating establishments in town. No view to speak of. No store so if you need anything you have to drive into town.
September 4, 2017 - reviewed by Meredith
Members and Not Impressed
We've stayed at several TT and although we don't have the highest of expectations for them, this was the worst. The spaces are set up weird so electric and water are far from the actual hook ups of the trailer. We couldn't attach water and have it parked in the spot. There are long term people who seem sketchy and the park is dirty. Trash cans were overflowing and the bathrooms were disgusting. There are kids who live there as well who pretty much run the joint. The kids play area and activities were a mess and dirty. Not impressed. Pool was nice and big, but cloudy. There's zero cell signal and you need to walk to the lodge to use their internet, which often didn't work.
April 3, 2017 - reviewed by Jason
A Little Pricey For Property Condition
We RV'd here in August 2016 with our 3 kids (1,3&6) Overall it's worth the money, but is a little pricey for the current condition on the property. Roads are not paved, so be prepared for dust dust and more dust. All sites are water & electric. Only about 30% have sewer hookup. The pool is a NICE amenity when it's 90+. Lots of fun activities to do with kids. We did lose power and water pressure on and off for a day due to the forest fires in the area, but it wasn't an issue because we we're outside of the camper most of the time. Overall we had a fun time and will return this summer.