This park is okay for an overnight but there's nothing here that qualifies it as a resort. It's a gravel parking lot in the sun with power, water, and sewer. Wifi is useless. Rude too. We won't be back.
Posted Jun 21, 2019 by Anoldman from . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
We had a hard time finding a RV park open because of New Years Holiday. Thankfully Park Place Resort was open until 9pm. We were greeted by a nice couple and escorted us in the dark. He came back to let us know about the doggie park and his wife came later to tell us they were trying to get football game on in clubhouse. They were very nice and accommodating. Very spacious especially for pull throughs. Great place!
Posted Jan 04, 2017 by vilcon from California. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
We stayed at Park Place RV Park for 5 months in a Motor home(we were booked and paid for 6 months, but left early) during the 2015-2016 winter. My first suggestion is don't ever reserve and pay in advance here! During 9 years of full-time RVing, we've never experienced such a hostile environment before. In less than a week, we wanted to get a refund and leave but we were refused.
PROS: Recommended for overnight only........Conveniently located from I-10, Large sites, Quiet end of town. Clotheslines available for use.
CONS: WIFI is often slow and limited to 250 MB a day (Owner personally monitors and Denies Access if you go over). Very few 50 amp hookups. Dust is bad because speed limit isn't enforced.
Even though we paid for 6 months when we arrived, we went to a Rally on the desert for a week or so. We returned to visit friends and found our site rented! The owner said he could tell them to move, putting us in the position of being the bad guys, if we agreed. Not to mention, that we would have to sit around and wait for the people occupying our site to pack up so they could move etc.
Bring bottled water for drinking and cooking. The other campers don't recommend the Park water.
You are not allowed to exercise your generator. It is recommended that you do so every 4-6 weeks, so either risk issues or you will have to pack-up, unhook and go outside of the Park to take care of that. People were chastised for running their Diesel engine to air-up and re-level, that's not allowed, it is the same thing as running a generator.?
Not at all pet friendly (dogs referred to as a G**Damn dog by a manager) he displays such hatred toward dogs, nothing can fix that. You are told to walk your dog in filthy and unsafe areas (if able???).
No Campground Restrooms, there's 1 shower and 1 toilet in Clubhouse area. You will be charged $2.00 to take a shower! Laundry has 2 washers and 3 dryers. Laundry, restroom and showers are locked during the hours of 6 pm - 8 am.
NOT ADA compliant. Refused admittance of a Service Animal. Requested a Service Animals' papers to copy and keep in the office for their records. Both acts are illegal. The manager quotes ADA rules and Regulations from a man at the Sanitation Department. I have that in writing, signed by the Manager!Someone might want to make it clear to her that the Sanitation Department is in charge of Sewage and Garbage.
Package recipients were overcharged (there is a reasonable fee, they charged more than double), they could not be reasoned with, when we tried to explain that they were misreading the charges. After that, we were made to feel unwelcome, they nitpicked, looking for something to harass us about, while ignoring the same small issue on other campers lots. The last 3 months I felt threatened.
Work-campers seldom return, especially those with dogs (someone needs to look into the reason for that). In my opinion, the managers manipulate the owner with lies.
In conclusion: The Managers have gone out of their way to make this a miserable experience. I define what they do as targeted harassment. Unless you enjoy having someone stand in front of you, smiling while they lie to you repeatedly, or if you like walking on eggshells constantly because a manager likes to throw his weight around. We'd recommend you avoid this park for anything more than an overnight stop, until the Management changes.
Posted Apr 15, 2016 by Suzze from PA. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
We stayed here mid-January for opening of the RV show. Cost $35 per night for 30 amp fUll hook up (no 50 amp here). Nothing but a rock parking lot. No trees or bushes or ambiance except for the wide-opened skies, sunsets, and stars!
Away from town and the freeway so not very noisy.
Posted Jan 18, 2015 by Ensmitch from Lompoc CA. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.