A very nice park, lots of grass, great dog walk area. Only negative was that the sites were narrow, and fairly short. A nice camp store, and book exchange. And a great cafe attached to the office, for breakfast and lunch. A mile out of town. Great WiFi and decent cable. We camped at Indian Creek Recreation Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Just long enough for my 5th wheel (had to disconnect)
Probably the most unhelpful, not friendly people we've ever dealt with in an RV park. And we've done the whole country more then once putting 160k miles on 2 coaches. They don't give you good directions to your site, use a pencil on a black & white map. Make you wait while they take phone reservations instead of helping you 1st. Sewer not well marked, someone walking around indicated the wrong one, we thought he worked here. Site put your step out right at a drop off where you could get hurt coming out of coach. We always clean up after our small dogs, we were told we could take them nearby for little potty. But instead we got chastised for taking them close. No way they'd make it across a bridge and a distance to the dog park. Total harassment every day, which is just too much. We are very respectful toward any place we use treating it as we would our own. And we do own part of a resort on the coast. We camped at Indian Creek Recreation Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $25.00
I like this park. Considering how crowded it is, I am a lot happier than I thought I would be when we first pulled up. Had to detach our trailer tow across the street because they only had room for our 36 ft. RV in back in. The coach backed up to a cabana type structure where we could clean fish and barbeque if we wanted. Dog walking area is across the street where our trailer was parked. The park does support mostly fishing groups and many boats are parked on the property. The wifi was very good and channels (about 20) were not very clear. The staff in the office were very nice and they have a game room with ping pong and billiards plus a couple video games. There is a café open until 2 p.m. and we had a nice breakfast there. For the price, based on staying one week, it was good, especially being so close to town. We camped at Indian Creek Recreation Park in a Motorhome.
This is a clean, quiet park. The 8 pull-throughs are near-level asphalt, narrow, in good condition, separated by narrow strips of grass. Some have shade. The back-in sites are grass and gravel, and can get muddy. Many have shade. Roads are asphalt, from adequate to wide, in very good condition. Staff are friendly and helpful. Verizon data service works well. Wi-Fi usually works well, but can drop out. I had no VHF weather radio reception. I measured 101 volts with the microwave on. The water pressure is low. We camped at Indian Creek Recreation Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $27.00
Mostly a fishing camp for regulars. Only three sites for travelers. Not friendly. Sites too narrow; with our slides out there is not enough room for even a lawn chair. Trees need to be trimmed. Will not stay here again. We camped at Indian Creek Recreation Park in a Motorhome.
Beautifully landscaped with trees, flowers, and manicured grass! Sites were blacktop and level. Park is shady, quiet, and on a creek. They have a large rec room with pool, ping pong, and a cafe on site for breakfast and lunch. The owner is very nice. Our only down side was the bathrooms looked old and dark, thus appearing unclean. Had a good nights' sleep. Will return. We camped at Indian Creek Recreation Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $26.00
If we weren't expecting mail we would have left right away. very crowded, can't park vehicle at site we weren't informed of that when we made reservations. small sites, weeds, little gravel,windy, site we had was very dark. we won't return or recommend this to anyone. We camped at Indian Creek Recreation Park in a Travel Trailer.