Date of Stay: October, 2015
A great little park if you want to stay close in to the city of Grants Pass but don't want the commercial type park. Right next to the Rogue River, quiet and well kept. The driveways have become buckled somewhat by the large trees but not a huge issue. Camp host was very friendly. If you are looking for seclusion near the city, this is a good bet.
Date of Stay: July, 2015
This is a great little park! I say little because there are only five RV sites here all with water and power but no sewer hookup. In fact, the only reason I gave this less than the highest score is the lack of bathrooms, sewer or dump station. You have to travel some miles north or south to use a dump station off site. That having been said, the place is immaculate and the management super friendly and helpful. The setting is right on the Quinault river and there are chairs set out on the lawn to watch the wild life. Saw elk and a bald eagle while here. Right down the road is the Lake and the lodge. A perfect place. Lots of room to move a large rig into place. Highly recommend this place!
Date of Stay: May, 2014
Difficult to give this park a higher rating due to some glaring issues. First the good-as an RPI member, the cost was only ten bucks and the location for our trip was great. This is an older park that needs help. The pavement coming in and around the park is like riding a buckboard. It needs a complete replacing. Sites are very close together. Water connection and sewer are RIGHT next to one another and is very unsanitary. Plus the connections are at the very far end of the site making sewer connection almost impossible without an extension. Right next to the busy freeway. Bottom line-great for one or two nights with discount but needs much upgrade for higher rating .
Date of Stay: September, 2013
What a wonderful park! Great setting right on Columbia River. Sites are nice and deep and there is a ton of room around each site with gorgeous green lawns and wonderful shade trees. Great camp host. Only drawback is that it is a bit tight to turn a big rig into some of the back ins. But it is worth it to stay here. Fishing available and a great park right next door - they even had a car show while we were here!
Date of Stay: May, 2009
This is a fabulous park and run by an absolutely delightful staff. They were friendly to the max, very well organized and has created an incredible park in a gorgeous section of forest no far from the town of Stevenson, Wash. which is directly over the river from Cascade Locks. It is a small trip up the hill but well worth the trip. You are out of the noise (and most of the wind) of the river area. Best of all, the park is very new and immaculately kept. I recommend this to those of you who like to camp a bit off the beaten track to find some solitude and beauty. Staff makes your stay comfortable and enjoyable! This is the perfect site from which to enjoy the fantastic Columbia Gorge area.