The campground has a nice location on the river. The sites themselves are not that great but mine was level and I had a view of the river. I was only traveling though and only was looking for a place to spend the night. The fee was high for just a quick overnight stop. I think this might be nice if you wanted to spend a few days. I still think it is pricey. I have camped all over out west and never paid anywhere near this much. The east coast is high priced for what you get.
This is a very well maintained and operated RV park. They have a laundramat with large capacity washers and gas dryers. They have a very nice gift shop and there is a restaurant adjacent to the park. The riverfront is park like with benches and grass along the bank. You can also fish here if you like. The sites are small and closely packed but typical of this kind of campground. We did not use the park Wi-Fi but it was available.
Quartz Lake does not have any hook ups but there is a dump station. Quartz Lake is very popular among locals for fishing. We saw large catches of salmon and trout come in all weekend. It is a very busy place with boat launching being the major traffic. There are several parking lot type campsites by the lake with picnic tables and fire rings. The loop campground has gravel pads and are heavily shaded. There are also several hiking trails in the park. This is a nice spot for those of us who like being out in the woods and not afraid of not being connected to services. We enjoyed our stay. Weather was sunny and warm. People were swimming in the lake and tubing.
We stopped here because it was late, and it was the first thing we came to after coming through customs. It was cheap but very muddy. We thought we were going to get stuck getting out. They do have a dump station. This place is OK in a pinch.
Campground is located 7 miles east of Floodwood on Rt 2. This is a new campground which is kept in very nice condition. All the sites are grass covered and offer shade. It is a very peaceful place set among a perimeter of trees. The owner states that they want to put in utilities in the future. At present this is a dry camp but still a good place to overnight. This is an on your honor business. You pick your site and leave payment in a box. The owner lives nearby and comes by daily to check on things. I give this a 5 only because they do not have hookups. With hookups I would rate this much higher.
We stayed here to visit our son who is stationed at Cherry Point. If it had not been for that we would have left for a campground outside the base. The place was infested with ants that invaded your RV. It was necessary to spray a barrier around your home to keep them out. There was a huge nest of copperhead snakes in the hedge behind our site. Each night they were out looking for snakes. Ten were captured while we were there. They seemed more interested in preserving the snakes than the safety of the people staying there. Small kids played near the hedge daily. Many snakes escaped back into the hedge before the game warden arrived to catch them. The park hosts did not want us to kill them. We stayed 4 nights. The people staying there were very friendly as were the camp hosts. In a commercial campground the problems listed above would have been taken care of immediately. That is my major complaint. The campground is located in walking distance to the commissary and other base features. It was priced right too.
Very nice, friendly park near the interstate. It was very hot when we stopped. It was a welcome site to see our site was heavily shaded as most sites are. We were just in and out for the night but the lake looked inviting for fishing. It also had a roped area for swimming. The Wi-Fi worked very well from our site. It is password protected. A feature not found at many parks. I would stay here again when I am traveling through.
This is a very well kept park. The sites are level and shaded. There are many resident units in there but not a problem as all are well kept. This is the best choice in this town as the other is in a truck stop parking lot. My only negatives on this park are noise from the highway, a train that goes by on occasion, and no wi-fi. It is a good overnight stop if you are in the area and need a decent place to stay. It also has a nice laundry.
We heard that Oregon has wonderful state park campgrounds. It is true in this case. We have a truly wonderful ocean view, unlike the over priced place we stayed last night. The campground is very well managed and very clean. All the sites are large with lots of privacy from foliage. There are several nice trails to pursue. The beach is beautiful. The scenery is eye popping. Wonderful place. I will check out more Oregon State Parks. The WiFi works good: you pay by the day or week.
This park was a great disappointment from the spacious ad they had in Woodall's. The ad shows ocean overlook sites, but when you get here you can see a little patch of water between some trees and the roof of someone's house. The site they gave us was way too small for a 30 foot motorhome. I was right up next to the utilities on one side and their rotting deck on the other. You couldn't get out of the motorhome without wedging yourself between the deck railing and the motorhome. I had a heck of a time getting out in the morning. You had to pull up a steep hill and make a sharp turn to the left but there wasn't enough clearance for the rear of the MH. The grounds are neat and well kept. I don't know what they mean by a super lot. The WiFi was very good. The walk to the beach sneaks you into the state park through a trail off the highway. The park people should put a toll booth up there. It was a very long walk to get a look at the ocean. This was the most we have paid for a campsite anywhere, and we have been in some real nice ones.
Nice park with concrete pads. Water, electric and sewer hookups all worked well and were in good condition. They have a very clean laundry with up to date machines that work very well. There is lots of shade and many squirrels and birds around. They have extended stay sites also. Staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. This park is right off I-80 and easy to access.
This is a Corp of Army Engineers park. It is a dry camp. They have a two dump stations on the grounds. This is a very large park surrounding a very picturesque lake. Wildlife abounds. We had turkeys, rabbits, deer, geese and a large variety of birds come by out site. This park is a hidden gem if you like being in the outdoors in the midst of lots of wildlife. Many sites sit on a hill overlooking the lake. The campground host and hostess are very nice people. We enjoyed visiting with them. This is off the beaten path and quiet. It does fill up completely on weekends. It is very popular with locals.
We found this to be a very nice park. The staff are some of the most helpful and friendly we have come across. We were on lot 24 which has a concrete pad, water, electric and sewer. WiFi was available at the site. We enjoyed our stay here. We used the Visalia Sequoia shuttle to go to the National Park. It did not stop at the park, however. We had to go catch it elsewhere. We would definitely stay at this park again.
This is a good overnight park. We had a water/electric site. The park is easy to get to, and the sites are well marked. The site we had was only 30 AMP service. The WiFi was the best I have found at any park. It actually works at a good speed and doesn't keep dropping you. The park is very clean. I would stay here again.
We stayed here over the Memorial Day weekend because everything else was full. This campground filled up also. It had about 60 to 70 sites. It is located on Rt 313 before you get to Dead Horse Point State Park. The park had lots of ATVs but they were respectful and drove very slowly through the park. The park was very dusty and the wind blew all the time we were here. The camp host is very helpful and actually does his job. He is a very nice fellow. He also maintains a hiking trail adjacent to the campground. It is a beautiful walk. I would stay here again in a pinch but it wouldn't be my first choice because it is completely dry. There is no water, dump or showers. It has pit toilets. Well maintained, however.
We stayed here three nights. The canyon is beautiful and staying in the campground made you feel a part of it. There was an abundance of wildlife around. The sites were fairly level with a grill and picnic table. The regular rate is $15 but I have a senior pass and go half price. They have a dump station with fresh water. The park is well kept and patrolled. Shuttles run every few minutes throughout the park. You can catch it right at the campground and go anywhere in the park. We would stay here again.
This park was neat and clean. We used the laundry and it was clean. The machines didn't seem to work as well as they should. It took a very long time to dry clothes and the washers didn't seem to spin out the water enough. The WiFi would not work at my site. I had to go into the office to connect. The staff was helpful and friendly and overall it was not a bad place to stay.
The full hook up sites are by reservation and they didn't have any available for drive ins. We dry camped here. It was nice enough for the price. It was quiet and we saw lots of wildlife around our campsite. They have a dump and water available also. The WiFi only works in the parking lot of the camp store. It was slow but was sufficient to get things done.
We loved this campground. The narrow gauge train runs right through the park. The free trolley picks you up at the campground so you can go all over town without use of a car. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We rode the Durango to Silverton Railroad. It was well worth the fare. We used the laundry here. The machines worked well and were fairly priced.
We pulled in and no one was around. A list of available sites was posted on the door and prices. Left money in lock box and went to site. The services are in good condition and no complaints there. The roads and sites are all dirt. Expected a little more for the price. What was unbearable however was the loud truck noise next door. We might as well have slept at Flying J with the big rigs parked all around. It couldn't be any louder. Would not stay here again because of that.
When I turned off the interstate to head to this park I thought I had made a big mistake as the road is very rough and narrow, but upon arriving at the gate I knew this was going to be a good stop. The RV sites are all level and paved with picnic table, deck grill and fire pit. There is a laundry and waste dump available also. We took a bike ride around the park and found it to be a very interesting place. There are many nature trails and other amenities. There is a fountain water park for the kids to play in and a playground nearby. The camping cabins are not the typical "cabin". They are small stilt homes with air conditioning. Each is painted a different pastel color. The 11 mile ride off the interstate seemed much farther, but the trouble was well worth it as far as I was concerned.
We were very pleased with out stay at Falling Waters. It was just a short distance off I-10 making it an ideal one night stop on our way through the area. It had the added attraction of the waterfall and nature trails. The park is very well maintained and clean. There is a waste dump station and dumpster for trash. The hook ups looked like they were all new. The sites weren't paved but they were fairly level. I would stay there again.