We spent four nights here. It was a great base for exploring the park. The bus stops at the campground. The campground was neat and clean. There were ranger programs and walks available. The best halibut and chips we found in Alaska were at Denali Nat'l Park.
This is a membership campground on the beach. It is a short walk out to the ocean and a bike path passes in front of the park that goes from Cape Disappointment State Park to Clark's Tree north of Long Beach. They have an old lodge that is scheduled to be replaced. The laundry has 4 washers and 6 dryers and was very clean. They offer meals during the "season" and on special weekends during the winter. There is a lot to see and do in the area and this park is a nice place to base from. There are lighthouses, sandy and rocky beaches, saltwater fishing and the Columbia River jetty. Many interpretive displays about the Lewis and Clark expedition. We would have given the park a higher rating but it needs the new lodge and the sites need updating.
The park is old and run down. The bathhouse looked like it had not been cleaned in months. Paper products were full but cob webs, dirt and mold was every where. It's an R.O.D. park so we stayed for free but I doubt that we will return even at no charge.
This park is beautiful. Sites are spacious and laid out well. Sites on water have concrete pads and many have docks and a couple have private decks. The non waterfront sites have a gravel parking pad but are still spacious and easy to get in to. The staff is very friendly. Restrooms are clean and have a laundry room too. It's a Corp of Engineers park and if you have a Golden Age Pass camping is half price.
The staff is very friendly. We were camping in our toad and they gave us a site near the restrooms. There are no tables at the sites or campfires. The laundry and restrooms were clean and the dial up modem in the laundry room worked fine. The clubhouse was ok, they are supposed to install cable in the next day or two, there is no heat (we brought a space heater to keep us warm) and the water is turned off. I would stay again in the future we belong to ROD and there is no charge to stay for us.
We spent 3 nights here. Staff was very friendly, wi-fi did not work for us so the phone line was turned at no charge and we had internet. Cable tv was free and worked great. We are not members of KM Resorts. We came in under our Resorts of Distinction Membership but were given a large grassy site. The park feels like it's in the country but you can be in downtown Spokane in 10 minutes. We loved the park and will return again.
We stayed at this membership park using RPI. The park is located between a lumber mill and a busy highway. Very noisy. The buildings are old and run down and I was surprised to see that RPI still offers this park to it's members. I doubt that we will ever return.
Cascade is a very nice membership campground. Located close to Snoqualmie Pass is a good base camp for skiing also close to Seattle area and shopping. The park is nicely maintained and offers many activities during the summer season but is very quiet in the winter season.
Seaside is a very nice membership campground. Large clean sites, near shopping and short drive to beach and tourist activities. Well stocked camp store and year round activities offered at park. Large playground for children.