1 Park near Wilsonville, Oregon
Apr 2015 - $40.00
Having read earlier reviews, I will say this ... Most criticism comes from the fact that this park is extremely concerned with appearance and behavior, to the point that it can feel stiff and unfriendly. If you have no requirements that go counter to their rules and can resist being offended by signs, it is an extremely nice place. The entire thing feels like a well-tended high-buck golf course.
As far as the 40-pound limit on dogs, certainly that is their right. Some people feel threatened by large dogs. Go somewhere else if you have one. They have some no-pet areas where you are not supposed to even walk down the road with a dog. Since I perpetually have poop bags in every pocket, that seemed a little extreme, but I know some dog owners aren't so responsible. There are many signs, everywhere, telling you what to do and not do, to the point that it is a little comical. For example, there are multiple signs pointing to the night bell, and one that says something like "If no one answers the night bell, wait two minutes before ringing it again." Uh ... Okay.
All that said, the facility is spacious and beautiful, with roomy, spotless, concrete pads and nice grass. From other reviews, I expected a gruff reception, but the staff were very welcoming and nice. There is a well-stocked store, a separate laundry room for rugs and pet items (that was a first for us!), exercise equipment on the back porch of the office, and places to play horseshoes.
We would definitely stay here again. If it's just too sanitary for you, go somewhere else. - pompomgirl
Nov 2014 - $56.00
We enjoy staying at this park because of it's close proximity to great shopping and restaurants. The park is well cared for and it shows. There is a pool with a jacuzzi to relax after a long day of site seeing. The rv sights are decent but there are no picnic tables to enjoy sitting outside. Cable tv is a pain to set up requiring the use of a converter box. When we arrived we did not receive a "welcome" just sign here in a terse manner. Wifi could be better. - turbopilot51
Aug 2014 - $44.00
We really like this campground and the site where we stayed (99) was long enough to easily accommodate our compact car. This section of the campground appears to be newer and is well maintained. We have been here before and this time we stayed for a week and availed of the discounted rate. During our stay, I noticed we had a serious ant problem on the concrete by our motorhome. I went to the office to report it and they said they would have someone out the next day. They did not and the problem was neither acknowledged or taken care of during our stay so they lose marks here. I wound up taking care of the problem myself. Aside from that, there is a pleasant atmosphere at the park which is nestled between lush farmland and a large shopping mall. We appreciated the convenience of Costco and Target, only a short walk from the campground. There is no shortage of things to do in the area, especially given it's close proximity to the city of Portland. - The Chouters