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Date of Stay:
July, 2016 -
We're staying on a monthly rate as my husband is working a job site out here for a few months. We've tramped around for his job for the last few years & this is by far the best place we have stayed across OR, WA, & ID. The owners/staff are extremely personable; we just had a baby a week ago & the owners brought over a box of diapers the day we got home. The staff has gone above & beyond to accommodate us, making sure that the lawn mower & weed whacker won't wake the baby & always offering assistance if needed. The grounds are extremely well kept; green grass & trees, & clean facilities. (Plus a laundry room!) Lots of extra parking has been very convenient as well with family visiting. Between the friendly, accommodating staff & the cleanliness of the park, we will definitely stay here again in the future. In our experience, a park like this is hard to come by & it's worth the extra 20 minute commute to be able to come home to a place you actually enjoy coming home to:) We camped at Country Corners RV Park and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
June, 2015 -
Where to start? The dirty pool, the drug alley on the east end, the neighbor's sewage that they 'couldn't afford to fix' after asked about it, or the drug overdose??
The pool. Although it sounds nice to be able to swim, go to the river instead. Be careful of something along the lines of E. Coli. I'd rather swim in a stagnant pond than that pool. Their 'hot tub' is one that you might have in your backyard- just as dirty as the pool.
The east end of the park requires a concealed carry permit if you expect to walk the entire length of it & make it out alive. Dilapidated trailers with tenants to match- everything tapped & boarded up, trailers without doors, junk everywhere, & the smell of a transfer station- and I'm not necesarily one to judge a book by it's cover, but when the ambulance & fire truck show up for a drug overdose, you just have to call a frog a frog.
One of the neighbors had a sewer leak but claimed it was their grey tank & they couldn't afford to fix it. The maintenance man had crawled under & saw toilet paper hanging out of a cracked pipe. They were told they had 24 hours to fix it or vacate but the 24 hours had came & gone but the smell & the tenant stayed.
The owner/manager's dog is usually fenced up outside of the office. Unfortunately, it doesn't like to be fenced up & was loose on a regular basis. We camped at Sun Tree RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
May, 2015 -
Great park for short stays, otherwise gets a little pricey. Extremely friendly staff, great accommodations, & cold beer on site in the Kamper store:) Highly recommended for passing through! We camped at Spokane KOA in a Fifth Wheel.