This park is near the airport and right next to the interstate highway. The pull through sites are further from the interstate than other sites. We had one of two 50amp pull through sites available at 7:30 p.m. the night we stayed. The roads are broken pavement with gravel. There is more gravel than pavement. There is a concrete pad, but only our back wheels were on the pad. There are trees, but many need trimming. We had to scrape through trees in order to get around vehicles parked into the roadway to get to our spot. We were under a tree and had no satellite TV. Arriving late, we didn't have a WiFi code, so didn't have that service. Over fence from our site is a salvage yard of some kind. Not the best neighborhood. We stayed here because it was closest to our route of travel. We likely won't stay here again.
We made reservations on-line. When we had to change them there was a $5 charge. We stayed three nights. The park is quiet at night, a little noise from the traffic on McKinney Falls Parkway and an occasional bit of jet noise from the airport that is about 2 miles east. The park is not in the approach path for the airport. We paid $24 for 50 amp service. The pull through site is a crescent off to the side of the road with the water/power post between the road and parking. I almost scraped the power post with our 40 foot motor home, backed up repositioned and got into the site with a few branches lightly brushing the coach. Some tree trimming would help. We were able to level on this site, the campground is on a gently sloping hillside and may not be as level on other sites. Our site was near the top of the hill closest to the parkway. There is a low hanging branch (10 ft) over the sewer dump so we were unable to use it. Power is good and there is shade at least on one side. Even with trees we had satellite TV on our site and good AT&T phone and T-Mobile hot spot coverage. Staff was friendly and courteous, after hours check in not so convenient, but available. We will stay here again.
When I called for reservation they didn't ask for a credit card, the reservation was there when we arrived. Friendly, efficient staff, nice grounds, a few trees need trimming. We had a pull through site and found it to be quite nice. The site was small gravel, utilities well located about halfway through a long site. The site was reasonably level. This is an excellent park, close to our favorite RV Service Center and also the regional service center for our diesel engine. We will stay here again.
This is a great overnight stop. Easy access to the highway, concrete roads to and in the park, concrete pads, lots of pull through sites with plenty of room for a big motor home and a toad. We're not casino fans, but found everyone friendly and the park very well maintained.
We enjoyed our stay at this park. Campground is on hill overlooking Hood Canal, part of Puget Sound. Dock with benches across the road is part of resort. Hoodsport is just a mile south with the entrance road to Staircase area of Olympic National Park. Several state park beaches not far away. The only complaint was that our pull through site put our motor home at its limit to get level. We had a neighbor who was unable to level his motor home. Highway 101 is busy during the day but nights were really quiet.
We stayed here for 10 days and found the park to meet our needs. We had a back-in site on gravel with satellite TV and good Wi-Fi. Shopping is across the road. Forks Visitor Center and Logging Museum 1/2 mile south has excellent mill and logging tour. Many Olympic National Park attractions within an hours drive including beaches. We found the town and the area to be very interesting and friendly. Owners friendly and park clean and neat.
This park is on a hillside. The pull through sites were level and newly landscaped. We received a warm welcome and plenty of tour information upon check-in. The map showed the many park roads which fork here and there. Be careful to take the proper road as some roads are not suitable for big rigs. The pull through sites are new this year and signage is lacking.
Rate is a weekly rate. This park is a bit unusual in that our site and nine others opened onto a city street. These nine sites are the only pull through sites in the campground. It was not a busy street but there was no security barrier around the park. The park is well kept with nice landscaping and a park like area with a large fire pit and firewood. We liked this location for exploring the Port Townsend and Port Angeles area as well as the northeastern part of Olympic National Park. The Olympic Discovery Trail (paved bicycle and walk/run) is a few blocks from the park.
This is a large park with full facilities. There were plenty of empty spaces when we arrived. We had several negative interactions with the office. That and the high price resulted in my lower rating. Wi-Fi was not working as well.
We arrived late, 15 minutes before closing. The owners were waiting for us and we were quickly registered and escorted to a nice level site with full hookups. The owner even helped line up utilities and advised us about the soft ground. We have air leveling so we didn't have worries of those with jacks. We could tell when we drove the driveway and site that it was soft underneath but with a good layer of gravel we had no problem. Good electric, good water. We put this one on our list for another stop.
There are lots of long term residents here, only a limited number of transient sites. Office staff helpful and efficient, gave directions for entry and exit. Grounds staff very welcoming, started moving border landscaping stones from around tree to assist with our entry into site. This wasn't needed but he indicated that previous user had difficulty with the stones. There is plenty of room for a big rig and toad. There are little patches of grass that is watered and green. We were unable to get DirecTV from our site due to the numerous large trees. The cable service has about 26 channels, no weather channel, only one national 24 hour news channel.
We had a pull-through site which offered only 30 amp electric. Most of the time we were only getting 114V to 116V. When we were the last rig in our end of the pull through sites we finally got 120V but when an air conditioner ran it dropped to 118V. Clearly the wiring in the park is inadequate. Young staff had no idea of difficulty of driving a big rig. We had to check in at office then return to the highway in order to move to the pull-through locations. Staff directed us to a hairpin turn shown on the map. Thank goodness we questioned this and didn't drive and try to make it. Friends got hung up trying to leave pull through sites. They had to unhook their car to get around a building that is close to the driveway making the turn almost impossible for a 40' rig. We exited through a vacant site rather than try to get around the building.
This is a community park which is right on US Hwy 2 at the main entrance to Coulee City. There is also another park which uses the name Coulee City RV Park but it is not owned or operated by the town of Coulee City. The Community Campground has a beach on Banks Lake and a boat launch. We arrived the 5th of July and stayed for several nights. We left for two nights and then returned for another 3 nights. We loved this park. The only negative for us was the lack of internet service. Friends were able to use their Verizon Hot-Spot but our T-Mobile Hot-Spot had no signal. Only a few of the pull through sites have 50 amp, others have 30 amp. There are back-in sites with 50 amp. A very busy park but very orderly. Friendly camp host a real plus. The entire town is within walking distance and we found everyone in town very friendly and helpful. We will stay here again in the future.
You get what you pay for in most cases but we thought this was a real deal! It really is free, pull in take any empty spot. The sites are a little rough, some are not too level. We didn't park in an official site but it was level and easy in/out. We stopped min-afternoon July 4 and found sites available. Some have 30 amp electric. We had a good meal in the restaurant for the equivalent of the cost of a night at other parks.
This park was dusty and dirty. I found trash on our site. We had a difficult time getting into the pull-through site. We made it without unhooking the toad but it was really close. The park was reasonably quiet considering the date we stayed.
Humble park, price is high for quality of grounds. We were welcomed, given tour information, even loaned a CD with guided tour of Little Bighorn Battlefield. Our pull-through site required pulling through an empty site and then making a 90 degree turn into our site. The park was quiet.
We had to request a different site as we were unable to level the motor home at the originally assigned site. When we hooked up electric at the second site we found only one leg of the 50A electric was working. Both these issues were resolved in short order. We were level with working electric within 30 minutes of arrival. They have a nice pool.
We had to maneuver a little to find a spot on our campsite where we could level the motor home. We had nice shade and our granddaughters enjoyed the playground. We had a very pleasant afternoon at the lake, swimming and playing in the sand. This is a very quiet park, no road noise at all.
This is a busy family park during the summer. Our grandchildren thoroughly enjoyed the playground. Our site was reasonably level, almost completely shaded, and quiet even though we were not far from a busy highway.
We stayed here with a rally. There are very nice facilities for rallies. The rate is a group or rally rate. This is a busy family park on weekends. We arrived late and were met at the office and accompanied to our site. We would stay here again.
The park is on hilly ground, but the sites seem to reasonably level. The staff is friendly and efficient. We were guided to our site and given instructions for the exit route. He pointed out a rack with a large number of bicycles which are available for guests to use for riding in the camp. Wi-Fi works well at our site which is a considerable distance from the office.
This park has nice trails for hiking and biking around the lake. Security is excellent with on site security personnel on duty around the clock. Sites are paved but the material is soft and our site had holes from jacks that had sunk 4 or 5 inches into the ground. We will stay here again.
There is friendly staff. The park was empty and quiet. It has gravel roads and sites. The sites were level. There are easy to get in and out of pull through sites and park in general. We stopped one night and left early the next morning.
This is a high-end park with paved streets and sites. We stayed just one night and the park was nearly empty. The staff was very friendly. We arrived late and security met us directing us to the proper gate for entry. Once checked in it was easy to find our site. The park is very well kept. We enjoyed a quiet night and left early the next morning. There was already a washing/polishing crew working quietly on a motor home down the row from us. Full service and Beaudry RV is adjacent for maintenance if needed.
We arrived late, after dark, and we greeted as we entered the park. We didn't have to get out of the rig, got directions through the drivers window and parked in a spot. Trees were too close to the rig and we weren't unhooking so took another site where trees weren't a problem. Checked in at the office, paid and got a good nights rest. A very nice park. Gravel roads and sites, friendly staff, very helpful.
Huge campground at a float trip outfitter. We stayed on a summer weekend. Floating is a zoo on a warm summer weekend. Even so, the campground was quiet and hundreds of young campers were under control. Sites are not level, trees are very near parking sites. We had to adjust our location to get level and clear of trees. Computerized check in, very organized and well staffed. Campground is poorly marked: we had to unhook, back up and try again to find our site. I would recommend visiting during the week or in the off season. Floating the streams here is great when the crowds are smaller.
We stayed here three nights. We were able to make reservations and get sites across the road from friends. Water was available across the road and others did fill tanks from that source. There is a dump station in the campground near the entrance. Shade is good, access to major highways is nearby. We had a very quiet stay with the exception of a few barking dogs in a neighboring site. Roads are wide and access to the nearly level concrete parking pads near the entrance is easy. Visit the web site for photos and descriptions of many of the sites. From here we visited the Botanical Gardens in St. Louis City, played golf at a Gary Player golf course and attended a Cardinals ball game.
We stayed two weeks and found the park to be quiet, well run, convenient and reasonably priced for an urban park. There are seasonal sites here with many long term residents. Most sites are pull through and side by side. We had a fully paved site with enough room to extend our two slides on the drivers side and still be able to put out our small awnings on both sides. Beyond that, there was little space. Our toad was parked in the overflow parking at no additional cost. The park has two entrances with no entrance gate or security and is located behind a commercial strip mall.
We have been staying at this park for six years usually for a month long stay. We typically have to trim a few branches to slip into our site with our 40' rig. Park personnel are always helpful and willing to trim as needed to make the site suitable. There is plenty of shade in the upper campground. There are also RV sites available in the mobile home section of the park. Those are usually given to longer term stays. We enjoy visiting the gold hills region of California with its mining heritage and newer wine country heritage.