This is the first time we have stayed here in our fiver. We were originally supposed to be in a pull-through site but chose a back in site across from the office that provided more privacy. LOTS of trees in the park but we were able to navigate around with no problem. The only downside to the site we were in is that the pad was full of water and muddy from the rain. There is no drainage from that site but overall we were OK with it since we were there just a few days. Free firewood was provided and the staff was friendly and assisted us with backing into our site. We would return here again.
Not a bad place for a short stay, but too many permanent residents for my liking. It was clean and close to attractions. Our site was level and they offered free Wi-Fi which didn't always work all that well. They advertise Good Sam and Passport America rates, but honor neither on the weekend so we received no discount at all. They do state that on the website, but I thought they should at least offer a Good Sam discount. All things considered, we would probably stay there again.
Pulled in after the office closed and were able to use the after ours check in to secure a pull thru site. Site was gravel and level. The downside.. The restrooms near our site were padlocked and the next nearest facility was quite a walk away. Also, this not your typical KOA friendliness with yellow shirts everywhere. The employee at the counter was not rude, but not overly friendly either. The store did not seem all that well stocked and they didn't have the lights on inside. They also lost points with us for what I feel was a misrepresentation of the Wi-Fi. They clearly advertise free Wi-Fi on their literature, but there is NO free Wi-Fi within the park. We paid $11 for 24 hours of access. When I inquired at the office I was told that the free Wi-Fi was near or in the office only. This is the first KOA we have stayed in that charged for Wi-Fi. The upside? Lots and lots of trees, a very beautiful and serene setting. All things considered, we would return again.
Very nice campground, has all the amenities you would expect to find at a KOA. Well stocked store, very friendly staff and an on site kitchen that served free pancakes. Sausage,bacon etc is extra but very reasonable. We had a 60' pull thru gravel site which was not level but had lots of shade. Clean bathrooms and showers. Only downside is the price. $61 a night is pretty steep for a basic campsite with full hook ups. The Ft Stevens State Park is right across the street and may be a better value especially for a longer stay.
Arrived after hours, contacted the camp hosts and were able to get into a pull through site. The next morning went to the office to pay and they were very accommodating when we asked to stay an extra day. Very nice park, well manicured. No dedicated pet area, but the staff wasn't too concerned about where we walked our dog as long as we picked up after him. Nice and quiet here; no screaming children, seems like its favored by the retired crowd. Would definitely return here again.
Nice park in a great location with easy access off Hwy 101. Friendly staff offered suggestions for things to do in the area. We had a pull-through site which was mostly level with ease of access in and out.
We were placed in the overflow area. Since there were no pull thru sites available this was fine by us since it was much easier to get in and out of with our 36' TH. Management was friendly and being right inside the very large city park meant lots of open space for walking our dog. Would definitely stay here again.
We were looking for a campground on a return trip from Texas to Montana in late Nov. At that time of year there are very few open, this one was so kudos to them for that. Not only were they open but they stayed open late to accommodate our late check in. Very friendly staff and since we slept with the windows closed, train noise was not an issue. Also there is plenty of room within the park to walk your dog.
Probably a nice place to stay in the Summer when the entire park is open, but a large part of it had been closed for the season on our arrival in late Nov. Not one of the nicer KOA's we have ever stayed in, there were piles of gravel everywhere and some junk strewn outside some of the trailers gave the park an unkept appearance. Didn't really like being parked under the high tension power lines but it was only one night so no big deal. Park is located right beside I-25 so easy access, but lots of road noise.
Nice enough RV park, lots of trees and well manicured. Very quiet during our stay. Very large rigs may have trouble navigating the narrow roads with all the trees. I wouldn't call it a luxury park either, but it is nice. They lost points for not being able to receive an important fax for me, and having to pay for WiFi. For what they charge, it should be free.
Very nice park, lots of trees and big rig friendly. Pet area was outside the campground and a bit of a walk but not bad. Nice and quiet no road noise. Rate published is with Good Sam discount. Would definitely stay here again.
There are two different areas in this RV park. A large well manicured grassy area and an area next to the lake with gravel pads. We were placed in a pull through site close to the water with some shade trees. No issues with the park at all, except as mentioned in a previous review about the distance to the dog walking area. Other than that, it's a decent enough place.
Arrived in the latter part of September. Didn't seem to be much lighting throughout the campground at night so we had a bit of trouble finding our spot, but overall we really enjoyed the campground mainly for the beautiful location. We had some trouble leveling up, due to the slope of the site, but the hosts were gracious enough to bring some wood blocks to our site.
Pulled in very late, did not register just occupied a site. Walked into the office right after they opened to pay. Very rude woman working that morning. Restrooms were dirty, mold in showers. Campground was ok. Won't stay there again.