We are from Arizona, originally from Eldorado, IL and were planning a visit back to visit relatives in March of 2014. I called and made a reservation a couple of months before the trip. Admittedly,I didn't read all the fine print because when I was told that it would be $40/night since I wasn't a rider, I figured that was probaby about right for a private park. I wasn't sure of the exact date of arrival because we were delayed in TX but we settled on Friday the 21st and the gentleman who was doing the reservation said that if we got there a day early or a day late, just to let him know and it wouldn't matter. Our delay turned out to be such that we decided to cancel the trip to IL and go home. I called the day before on the 20th to cancel. I was told that they would only charge me for 2 days instead of the full amount and then we read that they only had electric with no sewer and no water for the $40/night. I'm retired military and as such have traveled a lot on business and pleasure and hotels always have cancellation time of 6PM on the night of arrival with no penalties and don't charge you for even one night unless you miss that deadline. Plus charging $40/night without fullhookups is unheard of. I wouldn't recommend this place if they paid me!!!
Brian Davenport, Arizona
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Enjoy your evening in one of our private, cozy, bunkhouse cabins, which accommodates four people easily. Each cabin includes heat, air-conditioning, electricity, table and chairs, a full-size bed, bunk beds and bed linens. Picnic tables and fire rings are provided outside the cabins for meal preparation. We also have primitive campsites that include picnic tables, fire rings, lantern holders and workstations. Our electrical campsites provide 50-amp service. Water is available at the Welcome Center. A dump station is provided upon exit. Sites include picnic tables and fire rings. You can enjoy a hot shower in our clean, handicap accessible, air-conditioned shower house, located just a minute away at the Welcome Center. ... more less