Reviews for Riverbend RV Park & Resort

| This place is the worst managed and maintained park on the planet

By user-5855497... on 2017-10-23.

Be where if you stay here they also kicked out the best rv repair guy in the area. The other guys available won't show up and if they do I hope you have deep pockets

| Low Income Trailer Park

By user-6045260... on 2018-03-14.

We stayed overnight because it was close to family. It is not easy to get to. Agnes Rd is narrow, the park itself is not pleasing to the eye and it takes at least 15 minutes at check-in because they read each rule to you to make sure you understand. I forgot to check here first. My bad. Manager was nice and park was quiet. Not the place for a newer rig.

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-04-05 to 2019-04-07

Nice place; nice people

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-09-09 to 2019-04-16

This is a really nice park. It has some of the biggest spaces we ve ever encountered rving. Our entire rig (truck to fifth wheel) was 65 ft. We were able to pull in and didn t have to unhook the truck right away and park it somewhere else. The sites have grass in front and most of the people are long term but they are really nice and quiet. We had absolutely no problems with anyone or with the rv park. It was out pretty much in the middle of nowhere and was quiet. When we left they were about to open a restaurant and there is a laundry room and shower/bathrooms. The shower/bathrooms are extra but you don t pay as much for the site as other rv parks. Someone mentioned it wasn t a place for nice rigs and that s pretty much not true we had a very nice rig and stayed a few months for my husbands job. In fact a lot of people have really nice rigs there. Agnes Road is a little narrow but people are really nice when you have your rig and you are driving down it. The road does fit two cars so it s not as narrow as one might think. If you stay long term they do make you weed eat your own weeds which kind of sucks but we ve had damage to our rig from previous parks who hired people to do it and they were not careful.