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I really liked this park. Friendly people. Very clean and well-maintained. Level sites with good spacing. Sites are compact gravel and spacing between sites is grass. Very peaceful outside the city, but only a few miles to get into Bangor. Wifi is more than sufficient and there are recreation opportunities within the park. I would definitely stay here again.
Peaceful location. Friendly folks. Very tight turn to get into the park--tough for big rigs. Sites are built into the forest so some spaces are tighter than others. Mine was quite tight and not level. Generous cable package. Basic Wifi was sufficient for what I needed, but if you need more, they offer a paid upgrade. Water pressure was low. Overall I had a pleasant stay, mostly because of the serene forest location.
Very peaceful and secluded area with a small lake. Lots of trees. Sites are built between the trees, so they may be difficult to access. My site was not very level. Utilities work fine, but wifi didn't work at all and my cell signal was not super strong. Price might be on the high side when considering a few of the disadvantages...but I sure got a pleasant night's sleep here.
We found our stay here wonderful. Staff was so friendly and helpful. The sites were super clean and very well maintained. Gardeners working hard on keeping the rest of the grounds beautifully manicured. We also noticed that everyone’s site looked very clean ( no Mess outside the RV’s) that was also nice to see when we walked around the park) definitely are looking forward to coming back soon ??
High wind gusts up to 65 mph forced us to pull over. When I looked for parks near me, lo and behold, there was a park not three blocks away. I called; he had room. What a serendipitous moment! When I entered the office, I told him he may have just saved a marriage! It was an easy in and out, very pretty, with cool spots of humor located around the park. We stayed for four days and loved every minute of it. We plan on stopping again in the fall. Stop if you can!
Great place! Clean sites, accommodate large motorhomes, very good customer service. Gift shop/office area offers local Lodi wines. Hot tub and Pool nice. Conveniently located a minute off I-5. Quiet campground. Will come again.
A really nice Rv park. We loved the remote location. There is also a wedding venue on the property that is beautiful. Gary was a good guy and very helpful.
A great Rv park. Al is a true gem. He has a lot of great information and is very will to help out any way he can.We had a great stay and found some great hiking in the area.
I accepted a job nearby and needed a place to camp while attending work. With the rental and housing market so high, this place along with the Passport America discounts put it in the range of what it cost to rent a room! I've spent time here since January 1 and the staff are welcome and helpful! Great place of 3700 acres with walking trails and still close to the major highways and amenities. The RV loop is deep inside the park and is accessed via a secure gate. If you are looking for a place that you can camp in the woods and do a lot of hiking, this is the place for you!
We arrived in a snowstorm and by the time we left, 3 days later it was nearing t-shirt weather. Our neighbors, who had been here for 2 weeks remarked that it had snowed 6 times since they had come and melted away just as quickly. GC Railway Park was a great place to stay on our way to the Grand Canyon. It is a large RV Park with both pull through and back in sites and can accommodate the largest of RV's and coaches. We have a 30' trailer and we were one of the smallest rigs here. The sites are all 100% black top with small landscape rock areas separating them. The rock area holds the hookups and a small picnic table. The park does require pads under jacks/stabilizers and a ramp for the septic hose. The sites are adequate even with slides extended. There is a fitness trail/ dog walk path circling the park. GC Railway Park is one of the cleanest parks we have stayed in. The laundry ( $1.75 wash and $1.50 dry)and restrooms/ showers are key card entry and are centrally located as well as garbage and recycling. There is also a picnic pavilion with a large fire pit and benches, 2 BBQ's and picnic tables for guests to use. Other park amenities include: convenience store, pet kenneling, wifi, cable, playground for kids, basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoes, swimming pool, hot tub, and fitness room. Most of these are located at the adjacent hotel, but are free for RV'ers to use. We did not use any of the hotel amenities. The one thing to keep in mind is that this IS an active train depot. If you don't like trains and the noise they make, this is NOT the place for you. The tracks run directly behind the park and while they don't run 24/7 they do pass through frequently during the day. We did hear the train whistles during the day but not at night. If you are a Passport member, they offer a 50% discount. There are certain black out dates for using PA so check the website. We stayed in a 65' pull through with hookups for $33/ night including tax. It is an easy on/easy off to get here. Take exit 163 off of I-40, go south on Grand Canyon Blvd., turn west on Franklin Ave. RV check in is at the Grand Canyon Convenience Store.
We enjoyed our stay at this quiet campground in D’Hanis - a quaint small town. Spacious pull-through sites and very responsive management. There is train activity nearby, but we rather enjoyed the iconic sound of passing trains and were able to sleep well. A great overnight stop when traveling Route 90. There are several full-timers, but we felt completely accepted and safe.
This is an awesome campground. We were coming from OKC in heavy traffic and running late. The hosts met us at the campground and made sure we were set even though it was late. Internet was great, hookups, easy access, well-planned park and the showers were to die for. Best shower I've had since we've been on the road with wonderfully hot water and plenty of room to dress. Nice facilities. This is a must stop RV Park.
Okay, this place is not going to win any beauty contests. If you're looking for luxury and pristine sites, this is not for you. There are a couple of buildings that really need to be torn down and a lot of work needs to happen with the basic area. YET I really enjoyed my stay. The price is good. The area is far enough from the freeway to be quiet (there is an occasional train, but no whistle). Utilities work fine. Wifi is surprisingly sufficient. Best of all was Brad, who not only welcomed me warmly but also helped in getting me situated and hooked up. If he makes a few more improvements, this could be a top site.
Quiet, convenient location with friendly people. Level gravel sites with solid utilities. Reasonable price. A few nice amenities such as a pond, dog park and small pool. Wifi does work, but sometimes goes down. Not a lot of trees (at least not yet) so it probably gets pretty hot in the summer (I stayed in the winter). Overall I had a positive stay here.
Nicely laid out park with well-kept sites, good utilities and a real usable WiFi for a reasonable price. There can be some noise from the highway, but usually overnight it won't be a bother. I would stay here again.
It's inexpensive and the people are friendly. The basic utilities work. Wifi is too weak to use. Cable TV doesn't really work either (although I got maybe one or two stations). But if you're looking for cheap and convenient to Texarkana, this is it. Note: The office is actually at the adjacent tire store. There is no signage to note this.
If you're looking for a luxury RV resort, this is not for you (and you would likely give the park a low rating). You need to understand that this is a rustic location. Basically it's like camping out in the woods...but you get utilities. The grounds are not going to be "prepared". They are natural, so branches and leaves will be strewn on the ground and there are ruts in the road. Sites were built around trees, not having trees planted around perfect sites. That means some sites may be a bit narrow (but surprisingly fairly level). The plus side is that the park is very peaceful with a lovely creek passing through and access to a larger river. They also offer rentals of kayaks and other recreational opportunities. Price is very reasonable. Friendly folks. One caution: The turn to get in to the park can be tricky with bigger rigs.
Friendly owners. Peaceful location on a lake and close enough to get to downtown Hot Springs in about 10 minutes. Nice tall trees to offer shade and (and lovely birdsong coming from nests). Utilities work well. Wifi has decent speed. Cable TV is low res but has a lot of channels. Sites are somewhat level (I was on a gravel site, but it looks like they are installing good concrete pads in a number of sites). Park was well kept. Looks like they are making improvements. They need to put some fresh asphalt on the roads around the park and continue installing concrete pads.
For a small campground my expectations were met. I was greeted by Jimmy who was so hospitable and helpful. i enjoyed the 2 day stay. Wifi at great speed. Always enjoyable to have cable TV. Restrooms and Showers were superb. Will visit again.
Called to reserve a camp site and spoke with Carol who was pleasant and helpful. When we arrived Carol met us and guided us to our site. Our pull-through campsite was suitable for our motorhome, and the Wi-Fi was great and were able to stream a movie. We will camp here again!