Date of Stay: June, 2015
Stayed one night on our way to the Oregon coast. Sites are too short to leave toad attached, you must disconnect. Also turning radius to exit was too tight; you have to back up to get the right angle to leave. Again make sure toad is disconnected. All this trouble could have been avoided if when making reservations you are told to disconnect toad before going to your space and when leaving.
Date of Stay: July, 2014
Had a so called pull- thru site. the TT next to us was so close that our sewer hose was under there slid out.Pull- thru sites were so tight that we had to ask our neighbor to move his truck so we could make our turn to pull out. Asked management if they could trim a few tree limbs that were rubbing against our unit. I was told they do not trim limbs. Other sites had limbs that were trimmed. All in all a very negative experience. In 25 years of RVing this park is in the top 5 worst we have stayed in. Save your money stay else were.
Date of Stay: July, 2013
We nicknamed this park sardine village. There is a 5 ft little spot of grass in between the sites and your slide takes up 3 ft of that. Can't put out awning. Also, no wifi at this park unless you want to pay $40 more after paying $42/night. No where in Long Beach, WA, is there any 3G; had to sit in the McDonald's parking lot to get connected. Will never be back to this park or this area.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
A very nice city type park. Close to city center and walking distance to restaurants and grocery store. Large concrete sites are level, and all sites have grass. The only problem is the Wi-Fi system it's so slow that it is aggravating. There is even a disclaimer in the brochure that says they are not responsible for slow Wi-Fi. If a park advertises Wi-Fi, make it usable or forget even having a system.
Date of Stay: September, 2012
This was just a quick stopover on the way to AZ, thankfully. It was dusty, dirty and pretty much of a dump. Sites not level, hookups left a lot to be desired. Wi-Fi instructions were not correct and it was very slow. The only saving grace was a wild burro who came to visit.