Date of Stay: July, 2015
The location is good, being close to both Portland and the Columbia River Gorge. Sites are small for large rig with tow. Problem is electricity. The 50 amp service sites cannot handle anywhere near the quoted rating. It was hot with a lot of AC being used. If any coach drew more than 20 amps per leg, the circuit breaker blew for that section of the park! Found out they only have 100 amp breaker for every 5 sites. This is not adequate when charging and stating have 50 amp service lots. Management stated nothing they could do about the problem. They tried to move some of the larger rigs around so that not as many on one section of the park, but this really did not work since every section had numerous 50 amp rigs.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
We have 45" motorhome and we fit nicely without toad. The site was gravel and mostly level. The surroundings are beautiful with a river there and walking trails. There are no sewer connections at site but easy to access dump station if needed. This is great place to stay to see North Cascades national park. Would definitely stay here again when in the area.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
We stayed in a waterfront spot. Had plenty of room for 40+ foot motorhome and toad. Slides were not problem. The location is great with the water just out your windshield. The management could not have been nicer and cooperative. Had slight tire problem, asked them for name of service so that could check if leak or just low. They brough compressor to spot within 10 minutes to see if they could help. Location of the park is good with easy access to town ferry etc. Walking trail goes through park.
Date of Stay: May, 2015
We were in the D loop with 50 amp electricity. The spot had enough room for our rig and toad and we are 45". There was a concrete barrier towards the back of the site that did prevent us from backing all the way into the spot. We actually parked to the side of the barrier so that we could fit into the spot. The campground has many animals passing through and you do have to be aware for the possibility of bear. The location is great for seeing the park, and Jackson. We would definitely stay here again in the future.
Date of Stay: May, 2015
We stayed for 2 weeks in May. This is our second trip to this park, and it is the best place to stay for access to northern Yellowstone national park. Gardiner is undergoing major renovations to celebrate the 100th year of Yellowstone, and so the roads into and out of the area are under construction. The park management does everything it can to be helpful and knowledgable about the area. The site we had, #24, was large enough to fit out 45' motorhome and toad. Yellowstone is only minutes away. We would definitely stay hear again when visiting Yellowstone.
Date of Stay: March, 2015
Yes, it is a lot of money. But the statement "location, location, location" certainly applies here. We had an oceanfront space. The front of our motorhome was inches from the walkway on top of the sea wall. To spend time just being able to look at the ocean from the front window is excellent. Multiple stairs going down to the beach, which is kept very clean. Everyone was nice and helpful. We do not need large paved areas to enjoy a park. Here the ocean is the draw, and cannot be beat on the east coast.
Date of Stay: September, 2014
The campground is slightly older. However, for a big rig it is excellent. We did stay in a premium spot with concrete pad. It was a back in location, but was over 70 feet long. There was no problem with room between spots. There is grass between pads, and you do not feel cramped, even with four slides in both your and the neighbor coach. There is a large play area for children. The bathhouse is clean, and kept clean every day. The hosts are very nice. The campground is quiet. This place is an excellent choice when visiting Acadia National Park if you have a a big rig, or want full hook up services.
Date of Stay: August, 2014
Location is great to visit Rocky Mountain National Park. The dog run is very good. Those are the positives. Before we arrived we had called and explained we needed to have mail forwarded to the park. They supplied the address. When we got here we were informed that they do not accept mail, and only make a run to the post office on Mondays. In an RV park, mail forwarding is normal. If they did not accept mail, they should have said so, and not given us the address, and not mentioned they do not accept mail for travelers. The office staff's attitude about this was rude at best. As far as the sites, most are unlevel. The roads are very dusty. There are large trees that make getting into and out of certain sites very difficult especially for a "big rig".
Date of Stay: June, 2014
This RV park overlooks the mountains with great views. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Good gift shop. The sites are level, and large enough for all rigs. Very close to town and the northern entrance into Yellowstone National Park.
Date of Stay: June, 2014
The location is great, you are inside of the Grand Teton National Park. The sites are not very level, and for a big rig can be hard to get into the site due to trees, and other obstacles. However, animal viewing is good, and the location cannot be beat for the national park. One of only a few RV parks inside of a national park offering 50 amp service, and larger rig accessible.
Date of Stay: March, 2014
We stayed there for the special 3 night stay with a tour of the facility and boat ride included. The place is new, clean, and well maintained. There are many and different activities available, and the rentals are always invited. The sites are spacious, with good electrical, water, and sewer connections. The sites all have paved patio. Many also have pavers for the camper; although, some are grass. Excellent place to stay, and would also be good place to own.
Date of Stay: February, 2014
We were here over the holiday weekend, and the rate may reflect that. In one word the campground is beautiful. Everything is new and clean. The management is friendly and informative. The people staying at the resort, whether owners or renters are very friendly, and want to include everyone in the activities. Beautiful fishing pier. This campground is close to Sarasota, Venice, and Punta Corda. We would not hesitate about returning.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
This park is only 4 miles outside of Custer, SD. The temperature here is usually 10 degrees cooler than Rapid City, SD, a welcome relief for this summer. The camp has easy entry even for the largest of motorhomes. The sites are large, and can accommodate your rig and towed vehicle. The services are excellent. The owners are knowledgable about the area and want to help.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
The campground has amazing views of the valley below. The owners are on premise, and care about your experience while in Asheville. There are hiking trials attached to the campground. The trip up the mountain to the campground is steep. However it certainly is worth the trip. We did make it up the mountain with a Big Rig towing a large SUV. If you are in Asheville I recommend this campground. We will return on our next trip to the area.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
Best location for visiting Rocky Mountain National Park if you are not staying in the park. The front office seemed very hassled during our visit. They were having problems with the Wi-Fi and were very tired of answering questions. The sites are large enough for any rig. While the parking area is fairly level, the sides of the sites slope very badly, almost dangerous to walk on after dark. Easy in and out for any size rig.