Reviews for Deer Grove RV Park

| John & Paula

By user-5831253... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-06-03 to 2017-06-04

Clean, nice, quiet for a one night stay. Nice trees, good hookups, easy pull through with gravel base, nice picnic tables, on sight laundry room.

| Looked like a casino parking lot

By user-5806780... on 2017-10-23.

I was brought to a space smack in the middle of a gravel parking lot with electric and water. No grassy areas. Some trees but not many. All in all not worth the $37 (most expensive, so far, on my five weeks on the road. They did have good internet.

| Not Bad, Not Great

By user-5807705... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-08-31 to 2017-09-02

Pleasant and helpful office staff. All gravel lots, some shade, most of which is taken up by full-timers. A lot of feral cats in the area, particularly at night. Some of the full-timer's units are pretty shabby looking. The large, clean bathroom/shower building is not air conditioned and is effectively usable by only one man and one woman at a time. There is a small but clean fenced dog area. The neighborhood is not at all pedestrian friendly because of busy roads, narrow shoulders and the lack of sidewalks. You won't be going for a long walk or run. Wifi is reliable. We did not take advantage of the included cable service. We would certainly stay here again if passing through. Daily rate: $32.40 with Good Sam discount, also available to AAA members.

| OK for a day or three

By user-5817148... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-29 to 2018-06-02

This is an all-gravel park with a fair number of permanents around the perimeter (one or two need help :-) and large pull-throughs in the center aisle. All services available. Lots of Shade! Ask for it. Very friendly checker-inner and hostess, wish I could remember her name. WIFI is strong when it’s up but it went down for two days on a weekend, due to a storm and the service guy couldn’t come until Monday. Was still working on it as we left. Large dog run if you have hounds, complete with fire hydrant. Convenient to El Dorado proper (and the local prison on the way). South, mostly invisible behind a tree-line, is a somewhat tatty mobile home park that got noisy once or twice but the people at Deer Gove were Very quiet. Enjoyed it and will return. Don’t miss the Oil Museum and the Counts Museum in town.