Date of Stay: May, 2006
This is a great park, big gravel sites with grass between. Lovely Club house and laundry, only thing-we went under our Passport America and got the site on the road across from the gravel pile and maintainance shed, where all the full timers that live in the back drive through. It was pretty obvious, out of 100 sites only about 10 were occupied and all were at the other end of the park from us! I guess you get what you pay for! Silverton area is worth seeing!
Date of Stay: May, 2006
This is a nice park, our experience may [we hope] not be the norm. Our reservations, made in person, 30 days before our arrival date, were lost. This was the week before Memorial Day, we had planned to stay the whole week. The staff admitted that our reservations were lost when furnished with our print out of the same, but refused to honor our choice of site listed on the reservation, telling us that they had someone coming the next day for that site. We have a large 5th wheel, the site we had to settle for was too small for our RV and our truck, we had to park that on an overflow lot, which was behind our site and occupied by other vehicles until we were able to bully our way in for a spot. We did not have 50 amp electricity as promised. The paved site was uneven enough that we had to use our large boards to level the RV. The crowning blow to us was that the site we had been promised when we made our reservations was only occupied briefly during our week stay. The staff, consisting of one young girl, was out of her element when we arrived and unable to cope with our lost reservations, she said we had to wait for the manager to arrive, we waited and she still had not arrived 30 minutes after her "time she gets here" and the Maintainence Man suggested the site we accepted because we were tired of waiting. This is undoubtably the best RV Park in the Cannon Beach, Seaside OR area, and we will stay there again because the rest are unexceptable, but we will double check everything and make sure they have our reservations before we leave to go and advise all to do the same.
Date of Stay: February, 2006
Since this park is off the beaten path the majority of the rigs are full timers. There are always sites for short stays and all have a wonderful view of Mt. Rainier. The park is safe, clean, and has great, friendly managers. A home away from home for anyone staying in the Graham, Mt. Rainier area.