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Date of Stay:
August, 2017 -
This campground was much better 4 1/2 years ago as the KOA. It just seems to be a place for working people to stay. I know we were surrounded by them in our electric and water spot. I think I even saw one of them urinating behind our trailer! We called to reserve a spot about a week ahead at their other location but were made to be felt extremely thankful that they found us a spot to stay. I am very unthankful now! The restrooms/showers are old and in disrepair and not very clean. Either building is this way. They used to have a time for quiet hours but that was lined out on their park map. Instead, there is only an evening time for quiet hours to start. Why? Because all the workers get up before 6 am to go to work! They are working on some superficial parts of the facility but they NEED to work on their electrical! My electrical management system (includes a surge protector) shut off power to our trailer multiple times a minute during the evening hours. I had to disable it. The voltage was dropping BELOW 104 volts! I asked the clerk about it the next day and got a blank stare about the 104 volts and was told that I could not use a surge protector in the campground due to the aluminum wiring. What? She also said they are working to replace it (that is where they got to 2 points). Every night of the 5 nights we were there I hated returning. It was not a good stay. Also, the pool was closed and it was still August! Why advertise something you don't provide. This group has also purchased another campground by Crescent City. It appears they are spread way too thin and are worried more about profit that camper comfort and value. Stay away from this campground and their others! We camped at Redwood Coast Cabins & RV Resort (formerly Eureka Campground) in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
October, 2009 -
Lots of gravel, at times I felt I needed 4x4. A nice clean site. We were told the wireless signal was great but we could not get it inside our trailer. We had to sit outside at the end of our spot. I think they need some more antenna's. The price was reasonable but they only took cash or check and we did not know it until they asked for it. Luckily we had the cash or we would have gone to the KOA next door. We camped at Desert View RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
September, 2009 -
The rating on this is primarily due to the fact that you get to park right on the river, a very nice location. The spots are undefined and we were glad it was not crowded. $40 seems a touch too high for this considering the amenities (or lack of) but it is run by a government entity and we know how they are doing financially. We camped at Moabi Regional Park in a Travel Trailer.