This is our first time here, upon recommendation of friends. Great park with a suitable location for touring the redwoods. Large pull through sites, numerous back ins. Park is isolated from any large towns for essentials, so make sure you have everything you need. Limited cellphone service, no cable, but who cares! We came for the peace and quiet and got lots of both. We stayed for a total of 5 nights, already planning our next trip here.
We stayed in 7th Ranch RV Camp four nights while visiting the Little Bighorn and Custer museums,sights and other historical places. The park has a unique setting on a hill with each site slightly higher then the one below it. Additional, this is a working ranch and we enjoyed watching the horse graze and work their way back to the barn in the evening. All the sites are pull through, with lots of space between the units. Quite a view of the horizon and surrounding area. The operators have planted trees, and once they mature will definitely improve on the available shade. The staff here is great, free ice cream on arrival, and will escort you out to your RV site. A very friendly courteous staff with great knowledge of the area, just ask. Yes, there is a train, about a half mile distant and it does travel through the area on a regular schedule, but we didn't notice it at night, and is fun to watch during the day. There is a bit of wind also due to the exposure, but that makes for an inviting breeze in the evening. We would gladly come back again, on our next trip.
We spent a pleasant evening at the Holiday Hills RV park while traveling to South Dakota. While we didn't take advantage of the park features, we found it to be maintained and unique. The staff was very pleasant on check in. The sights are pull through, but done with a crescent shaped pad. We had no troubles with our 23' TT but larger units may have some difficulties getting in and out. A very quiet park with good access to the highway, along side a fairly significant stream. We have placed this park on our list of possibilities for future stays, or at least a stop-over.
This is our first visit to South Dakota, arriving from California. Beyond doubt this is one of the quietest RV parks we have ever visited. This park is convenient to most major attractions in South Dakota and the Black Hills. Operators are super friendly and helpful and checked to make sure our visit was all it could be. Propane is not available in the park, but is just 5 minutes away in Custer. We would gladly stay here again. Nice wide sites, plenty of room between, lots of grass and beautiful view.
Caspar RV Park is situated off a frontage road from Highway 1 south of Fort Bragg. The RV park is built near the site of the old Caspar Sawmill, and remains can still be seen of the old waterworks for the mill pond, as well as piers from the greenchain. It is our understanding that the mill site is private property and is still owned by Caspar Logging Company, although there are no signs posted, and the mill site is frequently visited. Park is normally very quiet, with no road noise, and the soothing sounds of the ocean permeates the sites. Beach access is wonderful, one of our favorite long term visits. Due to the popularity of this park, we reserve our visits during the off season. Park fills up during holidays and abalone season, so plan accordingly. Park was designed for smaller RVs, and can be quite crowded when the larger units show up. About 1/2 of the sites are pull throughs. Hookups vary with the back in sites. WiFi is available and works well. There is no cell service available in the park, at least with our provider. The park has recently remodeled their restrooms and showers and they are quite nice. There is a great fish cleaning station available. We enjoy our visits to Caspar RV Park during the off season. Did we mention that there is great beach access?
One of the better RV parks in Fort Bragg. Beautiful grounds, with lots of local flora. Almost all the sites are back ins. Most of the sites are secluded from each other with the use of the native vegetation for screening. The maintenance people there work their tails off, as each site is fully swept before the next arrival. Although there are campgrounds with better beach access, one would be hard pressed to find one with better accommodations. Pomo RV park gives a new meaning to the term clean restrooms.
We have stayed at Riverwalk on numerous occasions. This is one of the easiest of parks to gain access to. Almost all the sites have pull through available, with the semi-permanent people using the back in sites. We have yet to stay at an RV park that has a greater level of service or cleanliness. The restrooms and grounds have always been immaculate. The people who stay here are usually a quiet friendly group of people. We look forward to our next stay in Fortuna.
Our first visit to Oregon with an RV was very enjoyable due to the staff of Turtle Rock RV Park. Everything you see on their website is quite accurate. Looks to be an old mill site that has been refurbished into quite a comfortable park. Many pull throughs available, as well as numerous back in sites. Sites are heavily graveled and level. We would advise to park away from the highway. Where we were, the road noise was not noticeable, but we could hear the ocean quite well. The restrooms were immaculate, as well as the laundry center and shower facilities. The store is fairly well stocked for those last minute or forgotten items. Beach is available from the park. Thank you Turtle Rock RV park for making our visit so enjoyable. See you again
First time here. We enjoyed our visit immensely. Road noise in the background but not penetrating or disturbing. Park facilities are well kept up. Restrooms and showers spotless and well maintained. Staff and management very friendly and helpful. Park residents very quiet and friendly. Would gladly stay here again. Older park with smaller sites compared to some of the newer parks. Easy access to Hiway 17, and to the coast. Easy access to Roaring Camp Railroad, (highly recommended).