Date of Stay: March, 2010
I agree with the previous review that the roads are miserable. However I had no trouble at all getting my fiver and truck (53 foot overall)in a pull through. Agree that the price is too high for what you get, but the park is in a beautiful country setting with sites right on the lake. Also it is convenient to Atlanta. If there don't miss the Confederate Memorial on Stone Mountain. All things considered, I would return.
Date of Stay: February, 2010
I don't know why the previous reviewer had a problem with the manager, but we found her to be quite polite and helpful as was the entire staff. I had broken my foot a few days earlier and the staff member who led us to our site insisted in assisting me with setting up. Believe me his help was appreciated. On top of that staff members checked on us and our needs several times during our stay. The campground itself is clean and neat. Sites are somewhat wider than some KOA's. We had good Wi-Fi at the site. There is no cable but local channels were fine on the antenna. Overall this was a good stop which gave me a chance to get over the worst of my broken foot. We definitely would return.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
The park has been converted to private RV sites and camping cabins. Another good park bites the dust.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
A good fairground RV park. Sites are on-well kept grass and fairly close together, but should have plenty of room on any other except event weeks. Restrooms are better than most fairground parks; clean and modern. The $20 rate applies to non-event parking. If you are there for an event, the rate is $10. We were here for a High School Rodeo and were one of only about 10 rigs in the park, so there was plenty of room. No sewer, but there is an available dump.
Date of Stay: June, 2006
Just received and email from the park operators that the park has been sold. They do not at the present time know what the new owners have in mind. Better be sure the park is operating before making plans to stay there.
Date of Stay: June, 2006
We have stayed here several times in the past when going to or returning from trips out of State. In the past have been satisfied with the park as an overnight stop. Nothing has changed with the park, but I am afraid that they have priced themselves out of my business. The park is just not worth $35 for an overnight stop.
Date of Stay: May, 2006
This is a typical fairground/rodeo grounds park. Grass covered level sites. Water and 30 amp electricity at the sites. Dump available. You should be self contained as there are no showers and the only restrooms are over at the arena. The park is far enough off the freeway and far enough from the railroad tracks to be quite quiet at night. There is a private airport next door, but not lighted so there is no nighttime traffic. Definitely not a destination, but quite adequate for an overnighter.
Date of Stay: September, 2005
I must disagree with the prior review. We just spent 12 days at the Sea Perch. The entire stay was very pleasant. Yes, the sites are close together and are on a slope, BUT THIS IS A REAL SEA SIDE PARK. The grass between the sites is regularly cut. In the 12 days we were there the grass was cut twice. The cable is eight channels and was clear during the entire time. The owners were pleasant and went out of their way to make our stay pleasant. True, the park is older, but it is probably one of the only true waterfront sites on the Oregon Coast. We will definitely return.