Date of Stay: August, 2013
Fantastic pleasant RV park. Interesting landscape with the water canals and very well maintained. Hookup services 50/30amp, water, sewer, cable tv all excellent. WiFi service has issues. Had no issues with AT&T cell service. Picnic table & firepit. Looks like a new clubhouse will be built. Office host very nice. This is a perfect basecamp for hiking, fishing on the north/nw side of Mt St Helens. Sites are nicely graveled but many are sloped upward. Wife really liked the park (which says alot) and we plan to go back very soon. Restrooms were very clean. Would have given a 10 but only has one bathroom and shower.
Date of Stay: July, 2013
If you're looking for a quiet, secluded, peaceful, clean, far away from any traffic noise type of park then this is your place. Granted its down a dirt road (nicely graded) but it's only ~2 miles. What really impressed me right upon arriving was the host standing right out front to greet us, pointed us to our site and said she'll be over shortly to collect payment and make sure everything is ok. Noticed she did this to every RV'er arriving. We camped here 5 nights in a large pull-through: 50amp, water, sewer, excellent, very clean restrooms & showers. Nice clubhouse with internet workstation, fax/printer, laundry room, ice, and worms if you want to go fishing. My HD antenna was able to pick up several channels so the wife was happy. I think they had WiFi but we never used it. Came here to get away from suburbia. We brought our own fire-pit and were allowed to use it. Since the elevation here is 5000' you'll always have cool summer nights and great star gazing views.
Date of Stay: July, 2013
This is an average RV park but with a lot of potential. The sites are huge grassy pull-throughs with plenty of room. The park is clean and well maintained and does have a pool & store, although the day we arrived the store closed at 4pm. The host & staff were friendly but upon checkin they somehow lost our reservation. I asked for a 50amp site and they put me in a site with 30. It's a long hike to dump your trash. You have continuous highway traffic noise as its a wide open field and ~100 yards from the highway. The park feels like a massive mall parking lot except its grass. The kids did like the pool. Two amenities my wife requires is cable TV and a fire-pit: this place has neither. We've stayed here before and use it as just an overnight stay to get to our next destination. I will say this place is a great central base-camp if you want to explore the area.
Date of Stay: March, 2013
Nice upper class park and one of the best if you're a golfer. Very clean and well maintained. The hosts are extremely nice and even assisted me on backing in the first time we stayed here. Nice level sites with ample room and hookup services were excellent. Last time we were here had a nice level padded pull-through site big enough for a Marathon coach and even had 100amp service. Great location for visiting Astoria and we often stay here when visiting friends in Astoria.