Nice park, level pull through sites and garbage pick up at your site each day, a bonus. There was no negatives about this place other than the distance to Freeport. It is a good ten miles away and there is road construction going on and the signage is not great. We could have missed it. If there was better signage, that would really help. You are driving for so long and on several different roads that you wonder if you are lost. But nice place and it was quiet. Big sites. Pull through sites have no shade. But there were back in sites available that did have shade. Didn't use washrooms so no comment there. It is a well kept place so likely they would have been just fine too.
This is a nice place to stay. People who run it are very nice and when you register, they even give you wrapped chocolates! You need to show vaccination papers if you have dogs traveling with you which is fine with us. They have great pull through sites, level and very neatly organized. Nice laundry room. Wi-Fi is in a building near the front of the park so everyone is in there with their laptops. It would be a real bonus if you could access it at your trailer but glad they had it. It is nice, quiet and very tidy. A big place with lots of space, big sites and certainly big rig friendly, we saw quite a few there. And friendly people certainly do stay there as their ad says. Wi-Fi at the sites would make this place a 10.
We stayed in the terraced area called the villages, and the site was level and the location was fine. There was a pool. The low ratings comes from the attitude of the people who run the place. They have a really poor attitude toward their guests. If you ask them a question, every answer has a bite to it like you are inconveniencing them. Like when you ask where the garbage bin is - it was night time and very dark so it wasn't obvious. The simplest of questions are regarded as stupid. The view of the mountains was lovely but the attitude of those running the place just make you not want to stay there again.
Another day in paradise: this is what our neighbor said to us everyday when we saw each other. And we couldn't agree more. We each spent three nights here and we loved it. How can you not love waking up and looking at the ocean? Watching the tides come and go. The town is just fantastic and the food is excellent. The sites are all level and gravel. There is grass and beautiful flowering rose shrubs there as well. If we weren't a couple thousand miles away, I would have a seasonal site here. It is just spectacular. We stayed here last year for a night and knew we had to go back. Even three nights still was not long enough. There is so much to see and do. This is a very nice campground, the bathrooms are all newly renovated and there is a separate laundry facility beside the washrooms. And there is WiFi at your site. It is just excellent. But if you want privacy, this is not the place for you. If you are used to wilderness type camping, again this is not the place for you. But the views are out of this world. And it was very quiet. And the people are very friendly that you meet here. Lots of seasonal sites that are well kept. Can't wait to go back again!
This place was a fine place to stay. Easy to get to off the highway, near a good local diner, and a variety of sites to choose from. We stayed here twice on this trip, going and coming, and we had a decent river side site the first time but the second time, although we could have had a river front site, there was a mound of soil at the back of the site toward the river, which prevented us from backing our trailer into the site. It would have worked with a shorter trailer or tent trailer, but not for ours nearing 30' plus our truck. So we asked to move to a pull through site and they were fine with that. That site was level and it was very quiet in that area. Many big rigs here which usually means a quiet night. The site we were first given was beside a large group with trailer and several tents and many vehicles too, so we sort of had an idea that it would not be a quiet spot. So happy to be able to move to a pull through. The park is neat and organized well and had a nice clean pool. We didn't use it but it looked very nice.
We loved it here. If you are like us, adults with dogs and no kids, it would be perfect for you. We actually changed our travel plans in order to stay here again on our return trip. The owners are very helpful, giving you a packet of information listing places to go, things to see, restaurant suggestions, churches in the area, veterinarian, etc. You couldn't have more hospitable hosts. There is an office with a big covered porch with big wooden chairs, some rockers, and people just come and sit in the chairs and visit. There are great level pull through spots, as well as most sites are alongside the river, which is just beautiful. Nice level sites all around and those who are seasonal keep their places beautiful. We would highly recommend this campground, as much for the beauty that surrounds it as the people who welcome you there. It is a gem. The store has many interesting items for sale and everything here is moose! You'll understand when you go. There is also a collection of antique tractors on the grounds. Beautiful flower beds also make the place feel very well cared for. There may not be much there that would attract families with kids but they would certainly be welcomed here. They also have free Wi-Fi good for 90 days. As they say, they cater to adults and it's true. It's a great spot.
I don't think I can say how bad this place was. The drive there was very long from the main road. Made you wonder if you were on the correct road. They charge your credit card as soon as you call to book, which was a week ahead for us and we had planned to pay cash upon arrival. There are no refunds no matter what. Our site was on a steep hill which we were supposed to back up in to, which we were unable to do as the trailer became stuck into the hill. We did damage to our trailer while trying. Thankfully our nearest camper neighbor showed us another route. The owners do not show you to your site nor offer any help. Big rigs have a really bad time as they try to get parallel parked beside the entrance. The entrance and exit are bad as they have big dips in them as they meet the road. For atmosphere, we got to see and hear a bunch of resident campers there, drinking and swearing. The more they drank, the louder they got. Their trailer had a large wooden structure (unpainted) attached to it along with an assortment of trucks and boats out behind it. Imagine the movie deliverance and you are pretty close. I told our next door neighbor as we were pulling out that I felt sorry for him because now he was in full view and ear shot of them. He said that although he was sitting on the wrong side of his motorhome father away yet, he could still here them cursing and swearing. It was no treat staying at this place and we will not stay there again. We were also in full sun with no shade. And we have repairs to do to our trailer including repairing the steps which got caught up in the hill and forced open which bent them so that they would not close unless you pushed them sideways with your feet. Needless to say, we have been fuming ever since staying there.