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The campground area is basically a big, flat spit with a paved main road and gravel sites. None of the pull-through sites have hookups, but the views are outstanding. Generators are allowed during certain hours. The hook-up sites are in a long oblong and are all back-in. There is reasonable space between sites, but there is nothing but grass and gravel between sites, so no privacy. The restroom was spotless. Showers are $.50 (two quarters) for 3 minutes and the lights are on a sensor, so you may be surprised by the lights going out after you start your shower. When the check-in hut is staffed, or the host is available, tokens can be purchased for the showers. The ferries do not blow their horns to announce arrival and departure, so are fairly quiet, sounding similar to a train when coming and going. There is no noise associated with loading and unloading and it is actually nice to see the boats coming and going. The beach is outstanding, and the bluff above the campground has an amazing array of WWII structures put in place to protect the coast. You can spend a day wandering among these structures and imagining what life must have been like for the many soldiers stationed here. We spent New Year's Eve here and it was blissfully quiet.

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We arrived at dusk and had some trouble locating the pull-thru sites. When we drove in to the campground, there was a woman sitting behind a road barricade with her lights on and the engine running. Very odd...not a park employee. We found a pull-thru site and were able to hook up without difficulty. Sites are somewhat narrow, but we were the only ones in the pull-thru area, so no big deal. There was a fire pit and picnic table for each site, with some grass in between. I don't even want to think about how unpleasant it would be to use the fire pit with it being only a couple of feet away from the motorhome door. The restrooms are old, but were clean and smelled of bleach as though they had just been cleaned. Showers require tokens and there is a sign saying there may not be anyone from whom to purchase tokens due to staff cutbacks. In the morning, the same woman who was sitting in the white Hyundai the previous evening was sitting in her running car, lights on, almost directly in front of our site. She sat there immobile for at least 15 minutes. We sneaked out to disconnect and drove out. When we stopped at the entrance building to turn in our payment envelope, she drove out of the park. My suspicion is drug dealing, since there is no security in the park and it's certainly close enough to neighborhoods for people to stop in for a quick buy. There were only a handful of other campers this time of year and I didn't feel completely safe. We stayed for free because we have a Washington disabled veteran card.

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I was very relieved to find this campground open. The lake is almost non-existent now and I worried the facility would be closed. Thankfully it was not! There were only three or four campers, so plenty of room. We had a nice spot (#12) overlooking what was left of the lake. Our nearest neighbor was many spaces away, but was one of those dog owners who open the door to let the dog out rather than putting it on a leash and accompanying it (and picking up after it). Other than that, the stay was nice enough. Very quiet with no highway noise at all. When we left, there were quite a few cows on the road, apparently escapees from the range nearby.

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The restroom/shower set up is nice, with everything in one private room. It was heated sufficiently and was clean. Check in was easy, and the gentleman who escorted us to our site was very pleasant. (check-in clerk, not so much...not particularly friendly). There are always dogs running around in this park, without benefit of a leash, so there is the possibility of finding poop in places, but overall a nice park. It has a small amount of traffic noise from the nearby freeway, but not anything that would disturb sleeping. We have always stopped here during the slow season when there aren't a ton of people and it has been nice. They offer food delivered to your site from their "restaurant" on site. We didn't try it. The wi-fi was extremely slow, as seems to be the case in most rv parks. I can't imagine how it would be if the park was full. We would stay here again as a one-night stop over.

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The manager is friendly and check in was easy. Our space was fairly level but somewhat cramped. We had no neighbors on one side, although someone pulled in one afternoon, apparently planning to camp there, but decided it was not a good fit. Thank goodness because it was a large fifth wheel with slide-outs on both sides, resulting in really a behemoth of a trailer that had no business trying to fit into such a space. It would have been inches from our rig. One long-term tenant has two chihuahua-type dogs, which he lets out to potty whenever he feels like it. The rules say pets must be on leash and he is only a couple of spaces from the manager, so it appears this is allowed. When we were outside, the dogs would run over and bark and growl at us. Not to mention pooping wherever they felt the urge. If you don't see them poop, you don't have to clean up after them, right? The restroom/shower facilities are quite old, but it appears there is an effort to keep them clean. We did not use the showers, partly because I heard someone in the shower shriek when I flushed the toilet. Yikes! The wi-fi is extremely slow and I gave up on using it. Many antenna stations available on the tv. There was not much adverse weather during our stay, so the site did not get muddy.

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Do not arrive after dark because you won't get in. We arrived just prior at around 4:40pm and had to call the business (rv parts and service) to get someone to come out to meet us. There are signs everywhere with rules (only self-contained units, do not enter without checking in, all roads are one-way, etc). The map with sites shown on it has an entire page of rules on the back side. The park is clean and the colorful foliage was nice. There were few other customers when we were there. Showers are pay as you go. I found the rate to be fair, since all we really wanted was power. With no water, it would be difficult to dump. We bring our own, so didn't need water, but the woman checking us in seemed dubious that we could get by without it. Odd. There is not much freeway noise and the train tracks behind the park are apparently dead-ended and not in use much. The spaces all have a bit of grass between them and are ample (but only JUST) for a motorhome and a toad.

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Used the after-hours check in, which was fine. Not many campers here; maybe 15% of sites occupied. The locked restroom has a sign asking people not to take the rolls of toilet paper. What? I guess people who stay there do this? The wi-fi was terrible despite the very small number of campers and I gave up on using it. Some antenna tv available, but listings on brochure are out of date. The dirt road to the park is in need of grading as it is full of potholes. Thankfully it's not too long. There wasn't anything close enough to walk to, but there are several shops and restaurants in nearby towns.

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We have stayed here on previous trips and found this to be an ok, but certainly not special rv park. This time our experience was not very good. We arrived around 4:00 and the office was closed and newcomers were advised to use the "night check-in", which basically meant filling out an envelope and enclosing payment. Three pull-thru sites were available on their check-in map. (There were many other empty sites, so I'm not sure why only three were available to use). Although they claim to have a recreation/game room, there isn't anything but an empty space. They also seem to have wi-fi, as I was able to find the network but unable to access it because they did not provide a wi-fi password with their check-in procedure. At first we were worried about not having the access code for the bathrooms, but then realized that the key pads had been disabled and no code was required. Nobody from the office ever bothered to check in with us or have any communication. The rate charged is very high for what you get, but they seem to be aware there aren't many options in this part of the state during the winter months. If there is another place to stay, we will opt for it in the future. I did find out there is an rv park in Richfield, and that's not much further up the road. The sites are fairly narrow and we had a squeeze fitting between the picnic tables. The showers are marginal. Hot water is lukewarm, takes forever to arrive, has low flow and shower stalls have lights with automatic fans. This makes for a very cold showering experience. Best to use your own shower.

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Everything about this park is nice. The check-in at the office was done professionally and pleasantly. The guy who directed us to our site was polite and helpful, and the facility itself is nicely kept. We stopped en route to Utah and would stay here again any time. A very nice spot. My only complaint is that the pull-through spaces are very tight with very little space between. It could have been our own space, as we got the last one available, so maybe the others are wider. There are trees planted, but not big enough to provide shade during summer months. This park caters to adults but does not prohibit children.

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I was hesitant to try this park because of previous poor experience with KOA, but this one is very nice. Office staff was friendly and helpful. It is easy to find, although might be slightly tricky after dark. Our site was on an end with nobody else nearby. Overall it was very quiet, although a distant train did pass through at least once during the night. When we first hooked up, we couldn't get the electricity to work. The maintenance person came over right away to check it out, but my husband had already determined it was a problem with corrosion in the electrical outlet and was able to get it working. I'm not sure why corrosion is a problem in this area of the world, but the locks on the showers had the same issue. We would gladly stay here again and may seek out other KOA campgrounds based on our experience at this one.

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Clean campground convenient to I-5 and easy to find. We arrived after hours, but there was an after-hours sign in box with all the necessary info (restroom code and park map). The manager lives upstairs and spoke with us through the window, letting me know what the AAA rate was. She was helpful. There aren't many amenities in the winter; the pool area was closed and the building marked "clubhouse" on the map was locked. Showers and restrooms were clean and neat. Quiet and within an easy walk to several local businesses.

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The previous reviewers obviously arrived before dark and before the office was closed. It is VERY hard to find this place after dark due to poor signage. When we finally arrived, the office was closed, and there was a long list of rules, and also the very firm statement that no discounts are given. A plain white envelope was provided for paying the nightly rate. There were no maps anywhere of the park to indicate where restrooms were located, how sites were laid out, etc. Gravel and mud spaces, plus this is as close as you could get to the busy freeway without actually being on it. Very noisy. We were not at all impressed and only stayed here because the county park on the river was closed. I cannot recommend this place at all. You'd be better off parking at one of the nearby gas stations. We got electricity for the nightly fee, and that's about it.

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Wonderful park with lots of trees. Friendly staff and super easy after-hours check in. Very clean. Showers are very weak and shower heads very corroded. Didn't seem to be any heat in shower area. Main drawback is train noise. Easy to find, even after dark. We loved picking oranges in the morning. Picking devices can be checked out in front of office and plastic bags are provided for the oranges. Lobby has free coffee and doughnuts in the morning. I watched in amazement as one older woman walked out balancing four cups of coffee. Her spouse followed with four HUGE pastries. We will be back!

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This campground was quite a distance from the beach but there are some peekaboo views of the river. Park Host was friendly and helpful. TV stations come from Pacific time zone on the antenna. Park was very clean.

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We found the entrance thanks to a previous post and were able to look at the campground from a large gravel lot above. It is a very attractive place and looks very nice. However, it closes for the season on November 1. I didn't see this info on the park's website and wanted to alert others who might be wanting to stay here. I believe it reopens on April 1, but would call ahead to confirm. The day-use area appears to be open year-round.