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In February of 2016 we finally took a few photos since this was the location we stayed while on our days off at FOY and we took a walk in the evening to the spa and enjoy some great conversation with other guests.
It is no longer a Coast to Coast or Western
Horizon Resort and all sites are full hook ups.
In December we paid $27.00 using our Passport America 50% discount membership for a water, electric, sewer pull through level site on gravel.
In January & February we paid $47.01 using our Good Sam 10%
discount for a water, electric, sewer back in level site on gravel. The sites are a good size and have an
additional slab for your tow vehicle but we used it for our chairs for sitting
Not sure how recent the sewers in this area were added but the
stench was intolerable in December. We could not sit
outside and we even had to close our windows for most of the time we were
there. In January and February the smell was non existing.
They still do not offer cable but they do offer free WiFi that we
did not use since our Verizon worked perfectly.
If we are ever in the area we would stay here and we would
recommend it for an overnight or longer visit.
Written 1/27/2010 - This is a membership
park, we stayed with ourCoast to Coast (C2C)membership for $10 per night. Upon
checking in, we were informed that we would be in a water and electric site
only, with a dump station nearby. This was not conveyed to us when we made the
reservation, via theC2Conline
website. Apparently, onlyWestern Horizon Resorts (WHR)members stay in the full hookups close
to the pools, spas, and clubhouse area. Normally we would not be concerned since
we were only staying for a few days, but we had just come off of a two week
stay in the desert boondocking and really wanted to take long showers and give
the rig a thorough cleaning. Many of ourC2Cchoices
have stipulations that are becoming annoying.
The park was clean and very well
maintained. The sites were a good size with a slab that only fit your RV, no
patio, just rocks where you set out your chairs. The views of the snow covered
mountains were spectacular. Cable was not available, but for an additional cost
they did offer WiFi.