Date of Stay: June, 2014
We loved staying at this park. We stayed 2 weeks as a family (kids age 2 and 4) while my husband worked in Wenatchee during the weekdays. I felt very safe here with the kids by myself. Beautiful RV park and very friendly and helpful staff. It is right next to highway 97/2 so depending on your site there can be a lot of road noise. We were first in site #32 in loop D and the road noise was very loud but the WiFi signal was great. Due to a full campground we had to move to site #7 in loop A. Here the road noise was much quieter because we had the sound of the rushing river, but the WiFi signal was weak. This site was amazing as it backed up to the river and a little rock pathway down to a small beach area. The kids and 2 dogs loved going down there to play. Lots of trees everywhere but they are well maintained so they don't get close to the RVs. The center of each circle is full of beautiful huge trees with grass everywhere. Laundry facilities were very clean. All the rigs in here were very nice - back loop C is for guests staying May-Sept and they were all very nice people. No tents allowed and everyone is quiet and respectful of one another. Mostly classy motor homes and nice 5th wheels/travel trailers. Since each site is on a loop you are not staring at the side of your neighbors trailer when you look out. Each site has a nice open view. Loops A B and C are close to the river but loop D is not. Our kids enjoyed the playground and riding bikes in the park. We truly got the best park here. It is very close to Wenatchee with lots of restaurants, shopping and riverfront walking path. Would gladly stay here again.
Date of Stay: June, 2014
We stayed here 7 nights with our two kids (ages 2 and 4) and had a pleasant stay. We were in site #22 which is the first site closest to the main highway. Road noise was very loud but bearable. Wifi signal was very fast and cable TV was good. On site managers were available and friendly. At the time we stayed (early June) lots of fluffy white seeds from the cottonwood trees that lined the northwest side of the park were everywhere. Not the RV park's fault, but it got pretty annoying as they floated down constantly. Park is mainly 3 straight rows of sites starting closest to the highway and going towards the rear of the property. Sites are a little close together but not bad. It was a fine park but nothing impressive or notable about it. We would probably stay here again. Woodland is beautiful as it is in the trees and there is a creek.
Date of Stay: May, 2014
This is a very well maintained RV park with very friendly and accommodating staff. Our family stayed here 3 nights (site #298) and it was very close to the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park as well as all the shops in the town. The restrooms/showers were amazingly clean and very fresh. Wifi signal was good as was cable TV. Park was very quiet. Our kids (age 2 and 4) really enjoyed the playground and the kids game room in the main office building. The office also has a neat selection of gifts, trailer supplies, and foods if needed. We were mostly impressed with how friendly EVERY staff person was and they truly care if you are having a pleasant stay. They are very helpful to suggest places to see in town. We would gladly stay here again.