Date of Stay: May, 2016
This particular KOA really caters to families. You can tell the owners really like their jobs and go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. We had a slight mix-up in our reservations (we had a group) and instead of getting all flustered, we just worked together to find the problem. The names were just mixed up. This park is on a terraced lot, some spots are tight, others are not. They had a scavenger hunt for the small kids as well as s'mores by the playground. We will definitely be back to stay.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
PROS: Location is fabulous and it is the only campground close to the village. It is a 5 minute bike ride into town. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Park is family friendly and pet friendly. Showers and Washrooms are clean (fee charged for showers). The staff in the front office will help you with reservations for all activities. Great cable TV CONS: Some sites are very dirty and the grass needs mowed. We were in site D-3 and it was all dirt and gravel. Made for a dirty campsite lots of mosquitoes so bring lots of bug spray. They will not let you request a site. They do not assign your spot until right before your arrival. They charge your credit card 14 days prior for your entire amount. Wi-Fi is sketchy as it is satellite. It has not been reliable each time we have camped here. Final Comments: They recently completed an expansion project over the river on the hill. I hope that they now turn their attention to the original campsites and do some housekeeping. Overall we love this campground, even though it is spend y, and are already planning our next trip.
Date of Stay: August, 2008
This is an excellent resort because of it's location, location, location! It is a 5 minute bike ride to Whistler Village and you do not have to be in great shape to make it. The only downside is that they are currently expanding and they took out the game room and are going to eventually put in another game room, gathering place and it is rumored, a pool. They are very strict on any food left outside ($100.00 fine). I am glad they are because we had a black bear in our campsite one night. As long as you follow the rules, you should not have any problems!
Date of Stay: June, 2006
This was our third time at this campground. Overall, we really love it. There are paved roads through out the campground and nice, level sites to park. Campfire rings are at each site and tables as well. A word of caution, do not be fooled by their site map that is on their website. The sites are close and tight both sideways and backwards. If you have a back-in site in the middle of the park, you will most likely be opening your door to your neighbor's. If you want more privacy, request a exterior back-in site. Otherwise, it's a really nice place to camp that is within a bicycle's ride to both the beach and the town of Cannon Beach. The pool is indoor and very nice and clean. A large hot tub is also available to use. The family that runs this place is very capable and friendly. We will definitely be back for more fun!
Date of Stay: June, 2006
We camped here for 1 night. We were supposed to stay for three, but our site was accidently given to somebody else and the site we were moved to was so unlevel that we chose to move. The campground overall is really nice, but rustic. A lot of the sites are on grassy, unlevel sites. About 1/2 are in the trees and the rest in open area sites. There is no TV reception and no internet access at your campsite. The family activities are great! Nice pool and hottub as well as a well-stocked small store. They provide daily hayrides in the summer and have a unique jumping pillow that you have to see to believe. Our daughter loved it!
Date of Stay: May, 2005
This is a great campground for families! It is in a quiet, farmland setting. It is very close to the Canadian border. The owners are some of the nicest people we have met. They have a lot of activities during the summer! The sites were clean, level, and as described in our camping book. We will definitely be back with our friends.