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Hubby and I stayed 2 nights (Monday and Tuesday) at River Lodge in one of their "park models". The one that we had booked in advances was, to be kind, a too "vintage" for our taste. Kathy moved us to a newer, nicer park model....More
Friendly and helpful lady took my reservation assuring me it would be OK to arrive late. She forgot to tell us that Parker Dam road is closed to RVs so we had to drive down to Perker, cross the river and then drive back up...More
Pros: Great scenery. Views are incredible. Sites are large. 9 hole golf coarse. People are nice. Wild Burros are fun to see. Price is cheap.
Cons: Wild burros pooping all over. It is very hard to go for a walk without stepping in it. Park...More
I have been to River Lodge several times with family. I stayed in a small park model with a nephew, perhaps twenty feet from the water. The view is stunning - it became my Facebook banner for quite a while. On top of this the...More
Response from KimBigBearLake_CA, Guest Relations Manager at River Lodge ResortResponded 4 December 2016
Thank you for the excellent review! It is much appreciated. If you have any beautiful photos of River Lodge and the scenery, we would love to have you share them on our Facebook page. And next time you visit River Lodge, mention your review and...More
I've come back several times to River Lodge and love its riverside location! My kids love the donkeys (although the park has put up fencing to limit how many are there) and it's so quiet! This is the kind of place to sit outside with...More
Response from KimBigBearLake_CA | Property representative |
The man made rock formations are known as 'Intaglios'. At the Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum in Parker, AZ they tell me that you can find them in a few different locations. I think you are talking specifically about the... More
The man made rock formations are known as 'Intaglios'. At the Colorado River Indian Tribes Museum in Parker, AZ they tell me that you can find them in a few different locations. I think you are talking specifically about the ones our guests have discovered out at Copper Basin Dunes. I wish I could give you directions, but I do not have them. The best I can do is give you a link to more information. You can contact the C.R.I.T. Museum at 928.669.8970 Happy hunting! Who knows what new and incredible things you may find!