Close to freeway, easy in/out. Roads are gravel, paved sites. Dead grass between sites. Mostly permanents, run down rigs, no shade. Park is next to truck yard, some noise. Restaurants, shopping, etc. 10 - 15 miles. Probably look elsewhere next time through. - kmgulf
An older campground, filled mostly by full time residents. Many older, run down trailers. Accommodates big rigs. WiFi is $1.00/night extra and a pain to deal with. Works sometimes and sometimes not. Propane sales on site. Small store with basic necessities. 24 hour laundry, reasonably priced. Local TV access only, no cable, or satellite. Nothing for the kids. A decent overnight stay. New Camping World and shopping available about 10-15 miles, south on I-5. - Mike F
Good for what it is. Makes a convenient overnight at one of the best rates (even without any discounts) I saw in this stretch of I-5. Primarily long term residents but pull-through and others available for transients. The park is kept up, but some of the units are on the older more cluttered side. No problem, I'm not going to live there. Road noise noticeable but not bad. Couldn't get in to wireless but there is a good Verizon 4g signal. - fulltimer121
This park is under construction. According to the check in office this construction will continue at least another year. The driveway is one way in and the same way out, dead ending in front of the registration office. This requires you to unhook your tow vehicle, turn your rig around in a confined area. Then go park to your assigned pull thru site and hook your tow vehicle back up.
Park spaces are fine, utilities are good, some of the concrete pads are broken/breaking. - C and T
Current reviews are accurate. We experienced significant construction. Cable was basic, not HD. Wi-Fi was average. There is very limited access to the river. Hot tub was available. The sites were paved and level. Good rate for an overnight. Utilities were good. This would be a nice economical spot to visit Eugene or Corvallis. - Craig H
As others have said, the parking pads are cracked (probably due to lack of rebar). Being built on ex-farm land, it's not too surprising. Virtually all the pads have cracks in them, but very few are unusable because of it. I only saw three that I wouldn't be willing to park in, if my rig fit. Some did have gravel filling in the depressions in the concrete. Otherwise, the area was well kept and the lawns between sites were mowed weekly. There are zero trees, fire pits or picnic tables. On site propane sales were the cheapest I found anywhere ($2.25/gal). There was construction going on that eliminated the use of many of the pull-through sites. Most will be permanently eliminated since the church being built is going on them. Still, the park was never full while we were there for a week and there were always pull through sites available during that time. Staff was friendly. We would stay again, if we were in the area. The reason it went into bankruptcy earlier is probably due to being so far out of the way from freeway access. - donpen