Date of Stay: October, 2013
This is the second nicest park in the Seattle area, which isn't saying much, but if you like quiet, forest parks this one will appeal to you. No Wi-Fi is available. Water pressure is low, but acceptable and the water is good. Many folks here are long term campers, but the park is very strict and you really won't notice anything more than some RVs have more than one vehicle parked. Most spaces are good sized and fairly level...all are paved. The park is strict about cleaning up after dogs and it shows. Park did have some trouble with theft while we were here, but it didn't affect us. Park is very close to a beautiful Casino with a great buffet. A filling station is nearby that can accommodate a 40ft RV with a toad, and has diesel. Cable service is available, but as most parks in Seattle have Comcast, the cable REQUIRES a box to be installed on each TV which is dreadful in an RV...we used our satellite dome, but VERY few spaces in the park will allow this as the trees are tall and the mountain is on the south side of the park. Spaces B1, B2, and 43 are good for satellite. A few others will work with a portable dish. We really enjoyed staying here and would come back. Book long in advance in season, because the place is booked solid early.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
This is a very well managed RV park. The park is mostly paved with grass dividers between each site. Sites are mostly the same size. Ours was long enough to park our 36' motorhome with plenty to spare, and plenty of width to open your awning and park your car. Cable is Charter cablevision and basic is included. Wi-Fi is good (extra charge), but we called Charter and got internet through the cable using our own cable modem the same day. This park does have many monthly visitors, but the management here does not allow clutter or unsightly RVs, we did not have any problems or issues. Bathrooms are spacious and have handicap size facilities and spotless; you could eat off the floor. Pool is small, but well maintained. Park was nearly full during our stays, but was quiet. Staff was very friendly and efficient. Park provides propane service where they deliver a large tank to your site and connect it to your RV with metered delivery, very convenient. We stayed for two months while in Reno and would definitely book at this park again. Very, very satisfied. You can REALLY tell that the folks that own this place care about it staying nice. Rate is based on monthly rate plus electric. Electric is seperate for monthly, but very reasonable.
Date of Stay: March, 2012
This could be a nice park... staff are friendly and appear to care about the place. The WiFi is important to us because we both work from "Home" in our large motorhome. Stayed here for 30 days while doing some site work at a local paper mill. WiFi was absolutely useless for anything other than an occasional check of email or news. VERY slow and often unusable even though wireless signal is excellent. Manager offered to make arrangements to take my Corporate AMEX so I could expense the cost, but never did what she promised, despite promising many times. We were put in the back near the storage area and the permanent residents... the least desirable area of the campground. Cable TV did not work... very fuzzy and weak signal. Low water pressure. This is fine for an overnight stop, but I'd probably be just as comfortable at WalMart. (and the internet is just as good.)
Date of Stay: September, 2011
Very clean park with nice paved pads. No pool, but showers and toilets are provided. Security gate keeps all but campers out. Management made a visitor to our motorhome park outside and walk in despite many empty sites (plenty of room to park). Internet is VERY unreliable. It times out and you have to struggle to get it authorized again and again. Internet is only suitable for browsing. Many, many sites and services are blocked. We found it useless. Overall very nice park if you don't require good internet. Steer clear if you work in your motorhome/camper on the net.