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A great KOA!
Very friendly & efficient staff. Only problem was with TV cable - not compatible with older (2009) TV. Staff provided a convertor which enabled TV viewing!
Beaver KOA reviewed by Pete-Poso
Many problems BEWARE
We had a camping reservation here but our motorhome needed major repair upon arrival in Myrtle Beach so we were able to get a park model for supposedly 2-3 nights at Briarcliffe. Which they assured us the unit was available for this timeframe (since we didn't know how long our motorhome repair would take). When I went up to office to extend to that 3rd night they said the unit was no longer available and I couldn't have another unit because I had to book it for 2 nights, even though I had already stayed there for 2 nights. Also, the park model we had was a one bedroom handicap and the smell was awful-musty/moldy to the point it made me nauseous. They did nothing about the smell and weren't willing to help us with sleep accommodations for that 3rd much needed night. We were homeless with nowhere to go. And it was 10 a.m. when they told us this. Plus because we did not get out at precisely 11 a.m. and it was 11:22 a.m., because we had to clean the unit, Michelle Wild, manager, charged me $11.20 to stay past the checkout time for ME to clean HER unit. She was very rude and said, "It's not my fault your camper is broken!" She was rude, ruthless and not compassionate whatsoever to our situation. She did not care that her staff had assured me the unit was available for that 3rd night, but she said it was not available and she had nothing for us. We, literally, were homeless. I am not pleased with their unprofessionalism and Michelle's rudeness to us. We are Coast to Coast members and I felt that we were treated unfairly due to the fact we are Coast to Coast and not a Briarcliffe member.
rv camping review
Terrible paved, gravel, and dirt roads. High cost to camp. Wifi is slow to none. Can not recommend this campground. 2.5 stars is the max score I can give.
Registered Child Molester Manages The Elko RV Park at Ryndon
It seemed fine until I learned that the creepy guy running the place is a registered child molester. Look it up at http://www.nvsexoffenders.gov/SearchOffender.aspx and enter his name Mathew Blake in the search box to find all details. If you have children or grandchildren please keep them safe and not stop or stay at the elko rv park @ ryndon
Best Park in the Area
This is the very best park in the area. The staff is very friendly and they keep the park very clean. I love the quietness during the week and on the weekends the families are friendly. I will always come back to this park with no hesitation.
Knotty Pine RV Resort
Knotty Pines RV Park is a sensational place to camp and in addition the campground managers. Dave and Tracy, are very welcoming and extremely helpful! They were significant in making our visit very enjoyable. The restrooms and showers are very clean and appealing. Everyone enjoyed the hot tub, swimming pool, basketball court, and horseshoes. They have ATVs for rent and there are ATV trails nearby. There is also a river adjacent to the campground for those who like to go fishing. Like to see wildlife? The nearby Wolf Creek Ranch Road has plenty of deer to see and photograph. Often we have seen upwards of 200 deer. Be extremity careful and drive slowly as the deer cross the road from time to time. Buffalo Run Ranch is located on the same road and it is common to see 50 or more close to the roadside. Moose and large elk can be spotted on occasion. The new Recreation Center is amazing and they also have a small grocery store on site. Mirror Lake Scenic Biway is about a 15-20 minute drive from the campground and the Upper Provo Falls is always a site worth seeing as well as with the many lakes along the Biway . You are also close to Mill Hollow Reservoir and very scenic backcountry roads and unlimited ATV trails. We always enjoy our stays at Knotty Pine.
Trip Ruined by Racist Arrogant Owners
Recently last week we had 2 nights stay at Mallory town KOA Canada campground, the campground is clean and the amenities they have are cool .But it’s double expensive as compare to similar campgrounds. That is fine if it’s expensive but major problem is how owners treat people including their own staff as well as guests. Though KOA says they welcome late comers but owners do not. Because we had to cross Toronto on Friday so we ended up reaching bit late at around 9PM. Susan, the owner was quite noisy and unnecessary trying to get all personal info and keep bragging about this and that while we were checking in. She and one of her staff keep coming by and asking us to shhh even before 10PM while we were setting the tent. Later after 11PM we were just sitting by the campfire and having our BBQ meals, she kept complaining about noise that was nonsexist. We walked around and checked that noise of our whispers was not really travelling around moreover campground was empty. Later at around 12PM my 1 year old infant was crying and she said kids are doing too much noise. This is unacceptable how can I tell my Infant to not to cry? So I told her back that it’s not in my hand and quiet time is applicable for music and not if kid is crying. Next day she complained to her husband Richard on this. At around 6 PM he came by and threatened to us that I was rude to his wife. So they idiot racist owners take everything over there on personal terms. That A$$ Richard did not even know what happened but still came by and try to Intimidate us as well as threatened us of throwing out. We felt so bad, he is racist and told us if we don’t shutdown our campfire by 11 he will have to take action. F**king a$$hole he is, Never ever camp there. Owners are ruining the brand KOA.
Company suppresses women's rights.
I contacted the park about taking a tour and buying a “membership”. Had the date and time set up and then they informed me that my husband must come with me, I could not do it by myself. Now granted I earn over $100, 000 a year by myself, I am well within my means to purchase a timeshare on my own. I informed them that my husband is deployed in the military and not in the country. They told me that it was policy that since I had told them that I was married that my husband MUST accompany me to make a decision. I was not aware that we still lived in the 1950's. I thought the Masters Degree that I hold would at least let my "Lady Brain" make a decision on if I wanted to purchase or not. Oh, that is correct it did! I will not do business with any company that openly suppresses woman. If I could give zero stars I would. Correct me if I am wrong then, If I chose to buy a "membership" to take "my" children (whom's daddy passed away so yes they are mine solely ) "camping" I couldn't do that even if my husband chose to not to participate in any of the activities? I cannot spend my money or do with my children as I wish in your eyes? Let alone my husband is in the military and deployed to Iran right now. He couldn't come even if he wanted to. Maybe we should ask my daddy or my brothers since in your eye’s women should not go out un-escorted. I do not care what it states in your advertisements your policies are outdated and sexist against women. "Should a couple desire to purchase a membership, we require them to jointly sign the membership agreement" is what they will respond. That is the standard response to everyone. It is with this statement that I have a problem. This "couple" did not wish to purchase a membership. I, Edythe Campbell, did. Solely by myself. I can purchase a home on my own, purchase a vehicle, tour the world, etc.... but your outdated policies state that I cannot purchase a membership without my husband’s consent. Maybe you should look up the Civil Rights act of 1964. You will need it real soon. I have had several civil right attorneys contact since my Facebook post. MARK ADAMS, MICHAEL POURNOURY, PETER GRAFFMAN you good old boys maybe you should re-look at your policy’s. They are unethical, a violation of women’s liberation and civil right.
It sucks
The management in this place just plain sucks. The owner is very abrasive and abusive. The guests and fulltime people are very nice but management is horrible.
Can't wait to return
469-222-9555 is the phone number of this place. Hope this is fixed soon. It's the only thing I would change because we showed up to camp, couldn't call the old number. After arrival, we had a blast, getting set up in a great site, having fun with these grandkids. Thanks to the RV Park for taking us on arrival. Hope your number updates soon so people will call.
Great stay for our family
Fun top for my wife and I. Lived camping here. We will be back. Seems like a great place. Didn't stay long enough
Great stay for our family
Enjoyed our stay. We found this to be a peaceful place to stay. Concrete pads wth everything we need for comfort. Close to the city but rent like we were in the country so the kids loved it.
Cookstown KOA
Love this campground. Great staff, very clean, lots to do. Close to activities outside the campground.
Not a Good Experience
I made reservations, for Thanksgiving Week, in January of 2017. When making the reservations I specifically requested a 'Harbor Site'. I was informed that I would have a 'Harbor Site' but could not be guaranteed which Harbor Site I would receive. I specifically ask if I would be given a Harbor Site and was assured I would but they couldn't tell me which one I would be in. Upon arrival I was give a Back In site on the Sea Wall. I told the young lady that wasn't correct, that I was supposed to be in a Harbor Site. The young lady then got flustered and an older woman, possibly an owner, informed me that they had a Group in and had to move me to another site. They failed to call me prior to my arrival as I would not have traveled 325 miles for a site too small for my Rig making it impossible to completely level. Do yourself a favor. Less than a mile South of Jolly Roger is another RV Park named Grassy Key RV Resort. Same amenities, larger sites, same price and a much nicer setting
Not a Good Experience
I made reservations, for Thanksgiving Week, in January of 2017. When making the reservations I specifically requested a 'Harbor Site'. I was informed that I would have a 'Harbor Site' but could not be guaranteed which Harbor Site I would receive. I specifically ask if I would be given a Harbor Site and was assured I would but they couldn't tell me which one I would be in. Upon arrival I was give a Back In site on the Sea Wall. I told the young lady that wasn't correct, that I was supposed to be in a Harbor Site. The young lady then got flustered and an older woman, possibly an owner, informed me that they had a Group in and had to move me to another site. They failed to call me prior to my arrival as I would not have traveled 325 miles for a site too small for my Rig making it impossible to completely level. Do yourself a favor. Less than a mile South of Jolly Roger is another RV Park named Grassy Key RV Resort. Same amenities, larger sites, same price and a much nicer setting
this campground needs some attention
This park could be great! Gravel road at entrance has many big potholes and very rough. First impression not good. There was a lingering smell of sewage. On investigation found either a sewage pond or a leaky sewer system not far from my RV. Would not stay here again until deficiencies are corrected. Park does not deserve high rating from those who rate.
Again a great stay!
Another great end of summer stay with family and friends! Beautiful quiet location in a great location to get out and do things. Bring your kayaks! We always love spending a few hours traveling the creek flowing passed the campground.And the staff was again great and welcoming! They work hard to insure a great stay! Grand daughter loves the mini golf and prospecting activity at the camp store.
DO NOT CAMP HERE!!!
I don't even know where to start... The staff... Where in the world did they find these people!! The entire stay, we had staff bothering us telling us what to do and what not to do...the entire time! If you want to camp at a trailer park... come here. I swear, I could write a book about how bad this place is. First...about 90% of the campers are permanent residents. THIS IS A TRAILER PARK!! NOT A FAMILY VACATION SPOT!! Anyone who has given this place a 2-3-4 or 5 rating.. is either blind...deaf... and/or...mute!! The best day we had at this place was the day we left and went to Indiana Dunes. It's been a long time since I've watch the yogi bear cartoon however I don't remember Cindy bear being so mean. "She" was supposed puttputt golf with the kids... all "she" did was kick the golf ball around the acorn filled puttputt golf course. When my son tried to help "her" by giving "her" his putter, "she" just pushed it away and didn't even acknowledge him. He was the only kid standing there!!! "She" acted horrible towards the kids. Make sure your kids wear tennis shoes to the playground,otherwise they will get a foot full of sand burrs. If you don't know what sand burrs are...Google it. I can only describe them as a kick to the crotch and they're all over the entire playground! The renter cabin where you rent golf carts, boats, bikes, etc... the worker there was nice... after I made my lengthy confusing transaction for the golf cart, I was presented with a "end of season TIP JAR!! I got a tip for you... One of "Park patrol" workers decided to Pull me over while driving my golf cart. The battery was low and we could not run the headlights anymore. I thought he was a officer!! He asked me for my drivers license!!! He had generic red and blue lights, just like all the other permanent yogi residents, flashing on his golf cart. I had my kids in the back, so of course I didn't cause any trouble. Later I found out he was not even a officer! Why is he taking my driver license!? As I am writing this... police cars are pulling into the camp site. I am not joking...oh yea and a freight train is passing by... and it is 11:30 pm... What a joke! This review might sound sarcastic or fictitious but it is all true. If you are looking to stay at a Yogi bear site... DO NOT CHOOSE THIS ONE!!!
Nice place to stay
Have stayed here many times over the years when we come to see plays at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and visit friends in Ashland. Quiet, clean and friendly former KOA with great shady tree cover. Facilities are clean and well kept but there are no 50 amp hookups available. As a long time RVer I think this is a great place to stay.
Fun at Jellystone Park Warrens
Weather was not great but we had a great time in the heated pools, many available activities, music, and movie! The staff was super friendly! They do a very good job spacing out all the campers and the check in process is very easy and fast!