Date of Stay: November, 2010
It's a shame paying $30 for an RV site, where you can't even use the bathrooms. We arrived at (1:00 am), and did a late check-in. The bathroom codes were not included on the form and it was late. I did not use the call box to wake up the campground host, so even though we really needed to use the bathroom, we toughed it out. I spoke with the manager the next day about this and he was very unsympathetic- asking "if it had occurred to me to use the call box?" I didn't use it out of consideration. I didn't want to wake anyone up, but he said that I should have called anytime day or night for the codes. So that is what I'd advise other travelers to do. Apparently they'd rather be woke up than run the risk of somebody finding the codes and "messing up their bathroom." As for me, I won't be coming back.
Date of Stay: February, 2009
I stayed here a couple times- never again! The first time with our big rig. My recent visit I was using my conversion van. I knew the staff was surly from my first visit here, but my second visit took the cake! Bottom line: they don't like people camping in vans of any sort! Chinook/Vanagon/sub-20' class-B owners take note: you will be rudely woken up at 8:00am and kicked off the premises because "they are not approved camping vehicles." They don't have any signs indicating their policy. I'm flabbergasted- never have I been treated so poorly at an RV park before in over 30 years of camping! Don't waste your time here. The park is nothing special anyway- dark and dingy.