Date of Stay: November, 2014
We enjoy staying at this park because of it's close proximity to great shopping and restaurants. The park is well cared for and it shows. There is a pool with a jacuzzi to relax after a long day of site seeing. The rv sights are decent but there are no picnic tables to enjoy sitting outside. Cable tv is a pain to set up requiring the use of a converter box. When we arrived we did not receive a "welcome" just sign here in a terse manner. Wifi could be better.
Date of Stay: October, 2013
We were in one of the pull thru sites(49 to 58). The main problem with these sites is they are set up for motor homes not fifth wheels. The hook up connections were were on the wrong side which caused us to run our connections by entry door. The sites are very close together with very little grass and mostly gravel. The river view was great, but the beach was dirty from debris. The Wi-Fi is limited to one device per site. Not very user friendly if you have smartphones and laptops.The park was close to our home and convenient, but we will not return again.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
This is one of our favorite campgrounds on the Oregon coast. Convenient location to Newport and still has the rustic camp feeling. We try to stay in the sites next to the beach as our big fifth wheel would be a little to big for some of the interior sites. The drawbacks are few, but the reason this parks only gets seven stars. The trees need to be trimmed up so they are not scratching the roofs of rigs. There is only one sewer dump facility. I had to wait forty five minuets in line to dump my tanks. Install more dumping facilities since the sites have no sewer hookups.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
We absolutely love this campground. The sites well designed and angled so you don't look into your neighbor's rig. The bathrooms are spotless and well cared for. The whole place is a treat for the traveler. My only complaint is with the Wi-Fi not reaching the outer sites.
Date of Stay: August, 2011
While the value for a private campground is pretty good, there are areas that could be improved: Cancellation fee: You are charged full price if you decide you want to leave upon arriving - and you can't choose the space you want. Good spaces are quite limited. Management not willing to negotiate what they have chosen for you. Only 3 washing machines, 3 very slow driers for the entire campground. Store: Not sure how it got a store rating. Very few items sold. Noise: During the middle of the night we were startled by a loud siren going off. The thought first was a tsunami warning. There were many campers woken up and ready to head for higher ground. When I inquired with the staff the next day, I was told there is a voluntary fire department close by. The siren goes off any time of the day or night. Why was this information not passed on to us when we arrived!
Date of Stay: August, 2009
This campground has a very nice park like setting. The sites are large and there is plenty of room for big rigs. We were even able to get hd tv on our tv via the antenna. The draw backs were very dirty bathrooms and showers. There is no wifi (not even a web site). Trains run by and blows whistle at all hours of the night.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
A nice park that is close to the west entrance to Glacier. Very clean and spacious bathrooms. Good Wi-Fi connection. The landscape could use some improvement. The RV sites were close together and no privacy. We first stayed in space A7 but had to move to another site due to strong sewer smell from lift station vent.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
The park is great but, avoid site #F16. Some genius decided to put a power pole in the site space so awning space is limited. Management couldn't care less about the loss of site space with the power pole. The site is also next to the trash bin which clangs all hours of the night. Wifi is a joke as with most KOA's. There is no tv reception so bring a satellite dish. There were lots of noisy bikers staying at the park.