Date of Stay: May, 2017
Large campground with 800 sites, mainly 30 amp. Sec. B is near the entrance and by the road and RR but has the most 50 amps sites marked by orange elect. boxes. Sec. K is also by the road and RR but ½ mi from the entrance so we didn't hear any whistles. MetroLink goes by several times both AM and PM M-F but passes in 5-8 secs. A freight train goes by around 2 PM with no shaking as we have experienced at other campgrounds. Very limited 50 amp tho. (K92,93,99) K is close to the Adult pool, A. clubhouse and laundry. Sec. N up the hill has the best cell reception but only 2 -50 amp sites (N162-3). Sec. Q is away from the road but has no 50 amps. Sec. C has no sewer but is quiet and little used. The main roads are paved but the section areas are gravel/sand as are the sites themselves so there is dust but the speed limit is 5 MPH, 10 MPH on the paved roads. Most of the sites appear to be level in all the sections and many are sectioned off with a white fence. The restrooms are cleaned daily and the staff is helpful.
Date of Stay: September, 2016
This park is 8 years old and one of the nicest we have stayed in. There is over two miles of paved roads for bike riding. They also have .5 mile gravel trail to the river with "entertainment" along the way , rope swings, climbing bars, regular swings and several other things that I don't know what they are called. There are many amenities for families, pool, hot tub, sauna, dog wash, big field house for basketball, disc golf, outdoor movie house, community fire rings and many sites had in ground fire rings. However there is a big drawback and why we will not return. It is located between I-5, so there is always road noise when you are outside your rig, and train tracks. The train tracks were the killer for us as there are two sets of tracks and more often than not trains would pass each other right as they passed the park and made the ground and rig shake. The northbound trains always blew their whistles just as they passed our site and the trains seemed to pass during the day every half hour and at night about an hour to an hour and a half--so way too many trains for us! If you were outside when they passed you had to stop talking because no one could hear you. We talked to several other folks who were camping (we were there over Labor Day weekend so the place was surprisingly full) and if you are parked closer to the clubhouse the train whistles are not heard so much but then you are above I-5 so really have road noise as the sound goes up. We had a house about two blocks from a train track but there were only about three trains a day/night and only occasionally did the house shake when a really heavy train went by so we figured the trains wouldn't bother us--WRONG! All the staff were very pleasant and we had a huge site -1oo ft long with our front in the trees and our back in the sun. The kids we saw didn't seem to notice the trains or traffic but it was not for us. The restrooms are individual like a house with shower, sink and toilet in one.
Date of Stay: August, 2016
The pull through sites are long and far apart. The main paved road is shared by the mobile homes that are across the street. Just my opinion, but I think both were owned by the same person until recently when the RV part was sold off. Since the RV park is not full much of the year, as a result the kids from the across the street are used to using the grassy 'field' as a playground even when it is occupied. A call to the office corrected the problem right away with a call to the manager of the mobile home park. We were in site 50 and sites 52 and 48 are also across from a lot of kids so I would suggest asking for a site closer to the road to avoid having basketballs bouncing into your car or rig or kids riding their bicycles through your yard. There is a sportsman club just one block to the south so there was some gunfire noise during the day but not bothersome to us. The road noise was minimal since we were so far from the road. The back in sites that are gravel nearer the front are closer together and might have a noise problem. We did not disconnect because we pull a trailer. We took our motorcycle out and there are some very good 'rides' in Olympic National Park.
Date of Stay: July, 2016
Most of the sites are pull through, out in the open and have 50 or 30 amps. The campground is along US 101 and Neskowin Creek separates it from the highway. It is located in a valley surrounded by hills and trees. The amenities are located at the south end of the campground and the roads go north/south so it is easy to get to them without infringing on your neighbor. They have lots of bunnies of all sizes and colors so you have to be careful with the bunny droppings. Quiet campground with minimal road noise from 101.
Date of Stay: June, 2016
The new fellow who does the cleaning of the restrooms does an excellent job! I was able to observe him several days and he is VERY thorough even using a steam cleaner. While this used to be a favorite park it has changed hands and therefore some rules have changed also. We used to be able to buy our week out (this is a membership park) but no longer so we changed our plans and left. The sites are quite wide with grass, all pull-thrus facing northeast so you have a good chance of having a rig's rear end facing you if there is someone in the row ahead of you. All the amenities are at the very front so if you want to use the pool, playground, clubhouse or courts you need to request sites near the front as otherwise you will have a long walk. The dumpster is also at the front. There are two restrooms, one fairly close to the front and one near the back of the park in the middle of the row they are located.
Date of Stay: August, 2015
The park was having electric problems and we were able to get the last 50 amp site (really needed in Aug). No one else was allowed into section 'A' because of the electric problems so it was wonderfully quiet. We had a pull thru buddy site that was downhill facing south but we came prepared with a solar shield for the windshield. Music on the weekends at the restaurant in the main clubhouse with dancing. Restrooms are always spotless. We like the long pull thrus (70') 'H' section has many shaded sites that are pull thru but they were all full. We will return.
Date of Stay: July, 2015
We stayed a week and found the park very clean and everyone, staff and guests, very friendly. Our pull thru wasn't exactly a pull thru and we had to back out. Supposedly we were in the largest site they have but there was no way we could pull thru and then turn also to get out. Backing out was no big deal though. The trees blocked our satellite dish but we used the parks cable and picked up 12 channels so we were not totally without TV.
Date of Stay: August, 2014
The grounds were immaculate. They have activities on the weekends. We had a pull-through site that was big enough for our rig, with room for our car. When we had a hard rain and found ourselves in a mud hole, told the office and within the hour had two loads of gravel on our site, which we thought was excellent. The campground has changed hands and the new owners are making many improvements which are very evident. The restrooms and showers are tiled and updated, very nice. We would definitely return when in the area. The price is for 50 amp with ROD.
Date of Stay: June, 2014
This is a basic park with dusty gravel roads and not much going on during the summer (too hot). They do have weekly activities during the winter months. There are lots of sticky fox tail weeds so pet owners need to be mindful of that.
Date of Stay: June, 2014
Sites were very close together as this was built in the 80s. Sites were all back in at 38' max but they have several "pull-through" sites that are two back-ins back to back. Only trouble with them is the two sites are on different levels so we were very unlevel with the motorhome being one level and the trailer on a higher level. We had to ask the fellow across the street to move his truck so we could leave. The staff was very friendly and most accommodating as we had to change our reservations twice due to unforeseen circumstances. We would probably not stay again.
Date of Stay: May, 2014
The entrance to the H section of the park has been made wider for easier access for big rigs. There are new improvements to the pool and the pool clubhouse making them more enjoyable. This is a 'first come, first served' campground and many of the nicer sites are now long term leased sites so are no longer available to the regular camper. It is still a nice campground and one of our favorites because it is off the beaten path, no trains and rarely any planes overhead so it is very quiet. In C section at night you can hear the small waterfall located on the Verde river not too far from the camp.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
About five months ago this park was purchased by a local businessman and he has made some nice upgrades to the clubhouse and laundry area. It is close to the off ramp of I-40 but far enough away from the interstate that noise was not an issue unless you are in a tent. The back in sites seem to be long term tenants but the pull thru sites are easy in-out for over nighters. We felt safe, spend two nights and would return if in the area again.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
We visited on a two night 'trial.' The place is very well maintained and everyone we met was very friendly and helpful. The pool is indoors and quite large, but a long way from the campsites. They have a playground for kids and we enjoyed the miniature golf course which has a western theme. They also have free horseback rides (10 horses) which you have to sign up for in advance. (No spots were open for us since we were here only three days.) The park is HUGE (900 acres) and very quiet with no trains or traffic noise. (Always a plus!) We would definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
We spent one night here under Passport America. It is a small park but we did enjoy ourselves. They have a natural fed hot springs pool that guests can utilize free of charge. We found the hot 'pool' very relaxing. The staff was very nice and in the morning when we left, the camp host came by to thank us for staying. We would definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2011
Some nice improvements since we were here two years ago (clubhouse upgraded and more gravel on sites). Good for an overnight as it is very convenient to I-80 and since we go up 95 we have to get off I-80 anyway. Rate is for Passport America.