Date of Stay: November, 2011
Pulled in and planning to spend a night; stayed for a week. Site are all super long pull-through sites and a great choice for snowbird RV or long RV. We are 44 ft and could fit hitched up with no problems. Easy access in and out - not a tree or tight spaces. Nice walks to the river - great access for fishing though we do not fish on the big wharf. Pool was spotless and clean recreation room with a friendly pot luck on our 2nd night. Owners and hosts are all friendly and helpful - sell some fresh veg's locally grown at a stand near the front which was convenient. Close to shops (3 miles) and beaches. Off highway and so much quieter - we got a good night sleep and decided to stay and relax a while here. No longer term or old RV's which was a welcome change although there are quite a few friendly monthly Snowbird campers enjoying the area. Lots to see and do here. We will be staying again.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
Nice campground - mostly back in sites - in fact I only saw about 4 pull through. Park was clean as was laundry area. Playground for kids was good. We were there over the Sept long weekend but most things closed - shop, pool, club house, restaurant. Sites we nice in that you had a big hedge between you and your neighbor - downside of the park you are right along side the 1 and truck noise goes day and night. We used C2C to get this rate and at that price we would stay here again as the park is nice - but I gave it a lower grade as the traffic noise was shocking as as the park was very empty I am not sure why they placed all the people coming in and out at the front next to the traffic when back sites were empty - ask for a rear site if you plan to stay. The Dino park is closed permanently and I think the water slide has a short season. Cable TV $3 per day extra, Internet $4 per day extra.
Date of Stay: August, 2011
This is a trailer park with many old (old) RV's. The sites are incredibly small. We had less than 4 inch clearance on either side when backing in and could not open our awning as we were far too close to the neighbors. Most of the permanent people work shifts at Boeing, so our neighbor came home in his truck at 2-3 am every night. Manager (owner) not helpful and will tell you anything to sell you the site: as a few FT RVers like us found out the hard way. Many RV's are too long for the sites allocated and have to park out onto the road. Sometimes 3 feet which is against fire regulations and dangerous as the street is very narrow. You can not get a refund once you pay, so take extreme care if you chose this park.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
Great family friendly park. Lots of activities for all the family - reasonably good playground and space for kids to play. Sites are small and quite tight, but you can get into them OK. Only members can camp in the ocean frontage section but we could easily get access from our site. Camp hosts very friendly and helpful - have new Internet connection which is good and fast - costs $1 per day but worth it as you have a good connection. We stayed using our Coast to Coast membership.