Date of Stay: November, 2011
We moved in on January 6, 2011. Only supposed to be working in the area for a few weeks. We ended up staying until the fifth of November. I must say, we have stayed in many RV parks since coming to the west coast to work. We have been in some nice and friendly campgrounds also. But, this park is by far the best we have ever stayed at. The host and hostess are very friendly and are willing to help with anything you need. He will help you park (the sites with private yards are parallel parking) and will help you hook up. There is always something going on, from karoke to pot lucks to fires at the pit. We have met some of the nicest people while staying here. The park is more like a community. If you are looking for a place to call home while you are traveling, than this is where you want to go. Way to go guys!!!
Date of Stay: October, 2011
We didn't stay here. We came in looking for a place to stay through the winter. We are in the area working and having a hard time finding a nice campground that is big enough for us to fit. The front desk told us that they DID NOT want any children to stay in their park. We have two children, 15 and 12. They have a playground, but evidently it is just for looks. I know KOA is notorious for charging an arm and a leg if you have children, pets, etc. What starts out as $35 a night becomes $50 a night, which is way to high in the first place. But it just blew me away when we was told NO children... I would not recommend this park to anyone, unless you hate children also?