User Map


Reviews

Date of Stay:

No frills, perfect park. All concrete with rock, shrubs and trees in between sites. Fairly close together but very easy in and out. Very clean. Decent Wifi early in the day. I would stay for longer if in the area again. If you want a secure, clean park for exploring the area, you can't beat this one.

Date of Stay:

Beautiful park. No fancy pools, etc. But very clean! Paved roads and sites. Some gravel, some grass patios. Cannot beat this park for clean and just plain nice. Separate from the fairgrounds, but a part of the Deschutes FG.

Date of Stay:

Beautiful park! I would have given it a 10 if Wifi were better. Seems parks want to say "we have WIFI," but lately we have been given a disclaimer as to how well it works. We have been in parks where the WIFI is awesome. It can be done. Paved roads, with paved and gravel sites. Slight higher charge for paved site. Very spacious with beautiful lawns. Well set up park. Boutique store/office. Would stay again for sure!

Date of Stay:

Set on the Spokane River this park is on an Island. Very pretty. If it had more gravel on the sites or if the sites were paved, I would give it a 10. She of the roads were paved, and some were gravel. There are nice adirondack chairs set out near the river for you to use. We were in site 54 with awesome views of the river, trees, and manicured lawn. The rate is their view spot, off season rate. $39 for non view, off season.

Date of Stay:

Beautiful CG. I would have given it a 10 if there were more gravel on the sites and roads, or if paved. Pool. Basketball courts, etc. Lovely setting. Grass, mountain and tree views out every window. Central to all we wanted to see in the Black Hill area.

Date of Stay:

Gravel roads, grass in between. A good place to stay and see the Badlands. We enjoyed the park. Pool and Cafe closed for season.

Date of Stay:

Very basic park. Pea gravel and grass. Perfect and safe for a night or two.

Date of Stay:

Our 50 amp did not work. They offered to move us but did not offer to fix. We were already set up so made due with 30. Did not offer any refund. A really nice park with a great fenced dog area. Beautiful views of lake from site. Gravel walk all the way around the lake feature. A really nice clean park. I read reviews and requested that my site have a sewer that was down hill from MH. We had no problem with sewer. We would definitely stay again. Wifi was spotty.

Date of Stay:

Some of the interior roads are paved, some are white gravel. Interior roads are narrow in parts, but doable. Some of the sites are paved, some are white grave and grass. We stayed one night. It was a nice park. I would stay 2 or 3 days to see the area.

Date of Stay:

An awesome Resort. The rate was their "off season" rate minus GS. This place was prefect! All roads are paved...no dirt/mud anywhere. The only reason I rated it a 9 was the Wifi was spotty/inconsistent, and we were close to two repeaters. Wifi first thing in the morning is excellent. It is by a water feature and mosquitos early morning and after dark are fierce -not fault of park.

Date of Stay:

Very well thought out campground. I would give it a 10, but we had one of three sites (out of many) without a section of gravel under the picnic table. The grass was very thin, needless to say we had a muddy mess most of our stay. I mentioned this at exit, they just smiled, when I expected a park like this one to ask which site and to say it would be fixed. We would stay there again in a heartbeat, but we would make sure to get a pull through, which were lovely and spacious. Book ahead, as they are booked with weekend campers so it is difficult to stay for a whole week if you would like a weekend included in that stay too. Empty sites all over until the weekend came.

Date of Stay:

Large campground on the Little Salmon River. Great, very shallow river for kids to play in. Lots of kids activities. Only about 16 with full hookups. Other sites with water and electricity and some with water only. Owner was very nice and cut some branches down so our MH would best fit. Large space. Voltage dropped to 108 volts occasionally. We just needed a couple nights and would not normally pick a park oriented toward kids, but it was a nice stay. The park was pretty full too.

Date of Stay:

Cons: Had the lawns (really mostly dead grass, weeds and dirt) been green between sites, as shown in photos, we would have given it a 10. They had not had rain in three weeks, and there was no irrigation in place. It would have been nicer, at this price, if someone already had a picnic table at our site instead of having to drag one over. Some of the $100 sites RIGHT on the water are worth $100, but I feel $70 was steep for our site. That is, $60 and a $10 per day charge for 50 amp service. $5 a day for 30 amp service. I have never ran into that before. Pros: Boat launch is right there and trailer storage is there too. Very clean. Majority of sites had a paver patio, ours did not. Majority of sites were very spacious. We did have a tiny view of the river. Pool and Tiki Bar is a nice touch. Couch swings on the water's edge was a nice touch. Overall it really is a nice CG, but the yellow lawn areas were just not expected and at 93 degrees, dry yellow lawn areas put a damper on our thinking about this park, at this price.

Date of Stay:

Pool, huge playground, great store, mini golf, river view, river swimming upstream, rec hall. Spacing is close. Wifi was inconsistent. Nice staff. Well ran park. Separate fire pit area on many sites. 10 miles from the city of Lake Placid which was nice, so the area was not quite so busy. $2 one time dog charge, but in all fairness, they do maintain a pretty long, nicely wooded dog walk through the park. Kids would especially enjoy it here.

Date of Stay:

It is an "ok" park for one night. Branches drug across our MH and really should be cut. They were very low. All grass sites. We had no sewer. Wifi was NOT free. Showers were free. Only one exit/entrance and not wide enough for another car to pass. That is bothersome to us considering it is very woodsy here. Careful how your GPS brings you in. "Waze" brought us up a steep,short, sharp turn at a RR track. The hitch hit the ground there and I'm not sure how we even did it without more damage. I'm not sure I would stay again.