TO CLARIFY: The two stars is for the CAMPGROUND, not the Bike Rack. The Bike Rack receives 5 stars.
If you want to LIVE somewhere in an RV or Mobile Home, this is a good place for you, possibly. If you are a camper for a night or two, this is not your spot.
This “campground” is in the middle of a concrete jungle and does not have greenery, or a playground, or any amenities.
There is electric and water hookups at each site. Most of the sites were occupied but there were a couple vacant spaces.
Again, not for camping. This is for residing in.
As a Ranger for The Dyrt, I get products for free in exchange for my honest review. This is one such product:
It was really fun to take the INNO INA389 Tire Hold II Bike Rack out for a spin. My husband and I decided to install it without looking at the instructions to see how easy and intuitive the set up was. The answer: very easy and intuitive! After we were done hooking it on, we looked at the instructions and we had done it 100% correctly.
Basically you have to have an existing roof rails on your car, and then this just easily pops right on. You latch the front and back to your rails, then heft the bike up (the hardest part of the whole process; you have to be strong enough to lift a bike onto a car) and press the front and back loops into place and boom! You’re done! It was as easy as that.
We started out driving cautiously, since we’d never used a rooftop rack before, but quickly became comfortable and knew it would stay firm. We took surface streets to the campground to be sure it was safe, and the highway home since we knew it was perfect.
I highly recommend this rack if you like to take your bike out places and still have easy access to your trunk. Easy to install and easy to remove. It even has a key-lock on the top so the bike can’t be stolen.