Date of Stay: May, 2015
We wanted a view of the ocean and that is what we had. Appeared to be two RV spaces with ocean views, the rest of those spaces are park model cabins. People were more than helpful. When you back trailer into space, the hookups are completely out by the road so be sure you have long electric cords, etc. Park loaned us a long TV cable; they go out of their way to help. Our electrical plug on our trailer is on back so we went to Tillamook (about 17 mile drive) and found a huge camping/hunting/RV store and purchased an extra long electrical cord. We stayed two nights, walked the beach both days. We would stay here again, very quiet park - which we like. Seems to be many permanents, nice place to live or visit.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
The RV Park is not fancy, but more than adequate for a one night or extended stay..we were here 6 nights and would definitely stay here again. It is an easy drive to Saint Anthony Dunes for atv riding, Yellowstone Park, Tetons National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The laundry and restrooms/showers are clean, the internet was great, tv several channels with our antennae. Christine, the owner, is very nice and more than willing to help in any way possible. Shade trees, large sized spaces, lake, nice area for walking. It is close to a highway, I'm a fairly light sleeper but never noticed the noise. Give it a try I think you will like it.
Date of Stay: March, 2012
This is a large park with what appears to be several permanent residents but more than enough spaces for travelers. Indoor pool (too cold for my use) and hot tub (which was great), exercise room, community room -- all clean. This was convenient for a base while we toured Boise and visited with friends. We would stay here again. Only wish some folks would be sure to clean up after their dog rather than leave the mess behind for others to clean up.