Used to be one of our favorite places to stay on the Oregon Coast. This place is in desperate need of some maintenance and some people to take care of it. Outer rim sites are getting so overgrown with sawgrass it is disgusting. None of the landscaping is watered anymore and is univiting. Park hosts and employees could care less how many vehicles park in one space evidenced by many people parking Boats, extra cars, etc. on landscaping with no respect for the overall facility. Not a very nice place to stay anymore.
Small campground but will fit a 40 footer. Easy access from the south. We had a river front site in the shade that was nice. People who own this are working hard to bring maintenance up and it shows. Lovely riverfront and quiet. Utilities good and TV good. WiFi excellent as well as cell phone coverage. Satellite OK from some sites but not all. Good place to kick back and enjoy the river. Close to Grants Pass and allot has to offer. We'll be back.
Stayed in a premium site and was pleased with the neatness and overall cleanliness of the park. Utilities were very good as well as WiFi and cell phone. Not much traffic noise and easy on and off of Interstate 5. Satellite coverage very good. Good dog runs.
Nice place, good utilities, good cellphone coverage, and WiFi very poor. Easy in and out with big spaces and landscaped very nice. The pool was very nice and warm. It could be very quiet but lots of barking dogs. And, the casino shuttle starts at nine each morning through eleven at night on twenty minute intervals resulting in noise. Really nice paved walking path around RV park. Excellent coverage as well as TV that is available. This is a very nice area to visit. We'll be back again.
Was probably nice at one time but the permanents are quickly taking over. They used to keep the permanents and the overnighters separate but now the permanents are taking over the whole place. Not a resort anymore. Landscaping is a mess and all buildings are going downhill. Wifi bad. Not much if any good to say about this place.
Nicest KOA we've ever stayed in. Paved roads and top of the line rocked sites meaning no dirt or mud to contend with. We have a 40 foot RV and the sites are pull through and about double vehicle parking wide. Really nice office and store, laundry, bathrooms, pool, etc. Utilities are very good. No cell service. Location in trees is very nice and were able to use satellite. Mostly quiet and WiFi good. Small dog run but it is sufficient. Beautiful half hour drive to Yosemite from park. Definitely would stay again.
Due to the size of our motorhome were placed on the top tier of this terraced campground. It was easy to get in and out of but really a dirty place to park. Water was OK, the sewer hookups are, well, weird. Count 'em: 6 TV channels. There are no dog breed restrictions here and there is dog poop everywhere and barking dogs are a regular occurrence. There was quite a bit of trash on the ground that the groundskeepers would drive by and ignore. The Wi-Fi did not work at all and the office could only offer that sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't. We won't be returning here.
First to comment on another review issue. The 6 miles of road to this park is easily driven in a 40 foot diesel pusher towing. This park has outstanding curb appeal with most of the sites nose in overlooking the beautiful Klamath River. Sites are super sized concrete set in a staggered fashion so everyone has a substantial view. There are no pull throughs but all sites are easily to get in and out from. Spacing between sites is about as large as we've seen. It is very quiet with only the river noise. Satellite reception is excellent and the concrete pads are about dead level. WiFi is very slow. Water pressure is good as well as all utilities very modern. Great place to fish if you want, plenty of open areas to walk the dog, bathrooms and laundry modern and clean. Bring food as dining is very limited for many miles; althoughs the resort does have a restaurant that appears to be open April through December. Landscaping is pretty much lawn but a substantial amount of it. This park was well conceived and built properly for large, modern RVs. Will definitely be back when traveling interstate 5 in this area.
Very comfortable little place to stay. Clean and well taken care of. Big sites for any size rig and laid out in a fashion so you're not on top of your neighbor. Utilities in very good condition. Wi-Fi very good. We've stayed here before and would stay here again.
Another of those places that throw the word resort around and is anything but. First thing they do is check you in and once they have your money, provide you with a list of rules a mile long with the last rule being no refunds. This is basically another of what I refer to as gravel pits to park in with no appeal whatsoever. Charged $5 for the dog and my space was full of dog waste from previous campers. Water and electric were at back of the pad and sewer at front; take lots of hose. Water was leaking from underground plumbing at our site and had been for some time. There are river rafting tours started here and they use the campground to drive through for access. Sites are weedy and not taken care of. Some freeway noise; all sites are back in. There are four rest areas in this canyon; any of them will provide a better atmosphere than this place. Save your money and drive on by.
One of these places they call a resort ; it is anything but. Narrow sites, broken concrete pads everywhere, narrow roads, tight sites, noisy, landscaping dreary and poorly taken care of, leveling can be an issue. They have a bad drainage problem here resulting in soggy grass at your site, but they continue to water it into oblivion. There are very few places in Denver to park an RV, so this place is non stop rigs moving in and out all hours of the day and night. Most people take care of their pets, but the usual special people let their dogs potty wherever. Wi-Fi ok, but slow. Cell phone ok. Others utilities ok. Office area and laundry, pool are clean. Quiet hours not observed; stayed here a week and was woke up by many rigs leaving as early as 5am. Wouldn't stay here again unless absolutely necessary.
This is one of those places that tout themselves as a resort and your RV must be 10 years or newer. Sites in upper level which regarded as premium are privately owned and the resort rents them. The sites are very close together with a small unmaintained strip of grass between them. The concrete and asphalt on the sites and roadway are pretty messed up. They have a few pull through sites but the majority are back in or pull in. There are some other sites on two other loops but the roads and sites in these areas are dirt. Very good water pressure. Wifi is very slow. Cell phone ok. As others have said before this is about as noisy as it gets being right next to I-80 and I do mean loud 24 hours a day. Great location for Park City visits. Probably wouldn't stay here again.
This place cracked us up. No check in. You just put your money in an envelope and stick it in a slot in the wall. It is worth staying here just because they trust you. No frills here. You get a parking space of your choice as they are all the same. Utilities good. No WiFi. You overlook a driving range for golf so not bad to look at. Driving range is free if you stay as well as clubs and balls. You have to retrieve your balls or the birds take them or so the sign on the wall says. Dogs love it here with no leash restrictions and they can run to their hearts content. If you just need a place to stop for the night, you can't beat this.
After spending the past several days in extreme heat, this little oasis was a welcome sight. Gravel roads, but for most part you park on the grass. Now about the grass; there is a lot of it and kept watered and cut to a very nice appearance. Great place to walk dogs. Park is adjacent to Snake River which you can walk to. Utilities very good, water pressure high, Wi-Fi very good and cell phone good. Far enough from freeway so noise is not a problem. Office area good.
Newer park. Very clean and well managed. Office area nice and check in handled nicely. Paved roads and round rock to park on which gives the park a very clean look. Nice patios. Utilities top notch. Wi-Fi very good as was the cell phone coverage. Far enough from freeway that noise not a problem. Set up pretty much that the outside spaces are for longer term stays and all the pull throughs are for people passing through. They let you wash your RV and toad as long as you don't leave the water running. Pool and facilities very clean. Would definitely would stop again.
Not a resort but a great place to stop over. Very clean and neat anywhere. Largest pull throughs we've ever see. Enough for two big rigs and four toads to give you an idea of the size. Roads are gravel as well as spaces with manicured lawn and patio for each site. Some trees to give you shade. Utilities very good. Wi-Fi very good and cell phone good. Need a pressure regulator for your water as you won't be hurting for water. Office area clean and the office staff was very congenial. Definitely would stay here again and for a longer stay next time.
This place is really rundown. Definitely not equipped for big rigs. Small, tight spaces. Gravel parking if you can find it for the weeds . I don't think the grass has ever been mowed. Water pressure is good. Wifi very good. Utilities mostly bad. Quite a few people living here and trashy. Won't stay here again.
Old campground made for old time camping. Very few big rig sites. Very close together and a lot of activity as it is only campground in area and popular beach across street. Beautiful beach though and good restaurants. Satellite tv hit and miss. Cell phone ok.
Nothing fancy but very clean and well taken care of. Owners are proud of this place and it shows. Utilites are very good. WiFi excellent; the fastest I've ever had at a rv park. Cell phone coverage excellent. All roads paved and sites paved with grass and some trees between. A little close quarters but the park is laid out on a slope so you really can't see your neighbor on the downhill side as you look over the top of them. Dog facilities are good enough to get you by. Office people polite. No disruptive road noise although you can hear a little now and then when it is quiet at night. Would definitely stay here again.
Great addition to Astoria as far as RV parks. This one is very clean, quiet and easy to get in and out of. Great parking spaces; premium spaces are pull in with your windshield overlooking a well kept 9 hole golf course owned by the same people. Utilities are top notch, great for satellite tv, wifi very good. Easy access to all the sights around Astoria and further. Great dog area. Rental golf clubs are free if you stay in the rv park. Golf is only $15. Cell phone service is excellent. If you don't golf this is still an excellent place to stay. Even without all the "resort" amenities I give it a 10 because of how well kept the place is. Definitely will stay again. Be sure not to follow GPS if coming from north through Astoria; stay in the flat through downtown Astoria and let GPS recalculate when you get to south side of down. Do not take the 7th or 8th Street directions on GPS; you will be sorry if you do.
Awesome park right on Columbia River. Watch ships go by, fish if you want or excellent place just to relax. Away from town and Interstate 5 a little bit so quiet place to stay. Easy to find and easy in/out. Huge mowed grass area to look across from your site to river. Excellent dog area. Benches and chairs by river to relax in. Very clean and well looked after place; owners show that they care. Very large spaces so you are not on top of your neighbor. Utilities top notch. Satellite works well. Staff great and friendly. Definitely on our places to return.
Looks like this is fairly new. Very large park in terms of layout and number of sites. Paved roadways, gravel parking and like others have said the canals/waterfront is unique. Lots of grass and landscaping well taken care of. Utilities good and very good water pressure. Satellite works depending on where you park. Huge spaces so no neighbor problems here. Wi-Fi good where we were. TV is actually HD, which is first. No end of the places you can walk your dog. Great office and staff. Very peaceful. Great access to Mount St. Helens. No bugs in daytime, but need bug spray after dark. Would stay here again.
Everything you could ask for and is resort quality. We had a lakefront spot. The park is very nicely laid out with plenty of room between sites. Excellent hook ups. Easy satellite reception. Fire rings at each site. Great place to stay.
Wow, what a view out the front window. As others have stated the sites are tight, but who cares with the Rogue River at our front bumper. The riverfront sites are separate from the permanent residents with concrete pads to park on, paved roads, and very nicely landscaped. Office area is modern and nice with lots of books to read. Shady Cove is a nice little town with about anything you need and several restaurants. You can use the pool and exercise facility at the hotel next door. Internet is slow, but high speed is coming to town next year. Will definitely stay here again.
This was a nice find. We weren't expecting much, but this is really a nice stop for a night or two. Very clean, huge sites with lots of space between and many you're not even close to anyone. Gravel pull throughs mostly with grass and trees between and very level. Some road noise but quiet in the evening and night. Good water, and we were able to use our satellite even with trees. Wi-fi was OK. Will definitely stay again.
Probably the quietest park we've ever stayed in; no road noise; no barking dogs, nothing. Easy pull through spots. Good water, and you can wash your vehicles if you want. Grass parking but adequate room between sites. Great place to walk your dog. Easy access to Lava Beds NP. Very relaxful place. Nice owners.
Great place to stop over the night or a couple of days. Easy access from I-5. Paved roads and gravel spaces but good spacing between for slideouts and not sitting on top of your neighbor. This place isn't actually owned by the casino although that is where you pay. Easiest check in I've ever had; last name, credit card and pick your own space; took like 2 minutes. No freeway noise. Very clean and neat. Plenty of places to walk your dog. Only a couple of miles from the city of Corning and all of the olive stuff. I gave it a 10 because of the ease to get into and the privacy and cleanliness which is always worth it for us. Nothing to do at the park for children and only the casino for something to do on foot. Definitely would stay here again.
Good for a stop over and that's about it. The park is clean and has many residents but the place is kept up pretty well. Easy in and out from freeway and very quiet. We stayed in the new part but actually the old part is more roomy and has pull-throughs for big rigs. New part has all back-ins with gravel sites. Easy trip to Napa and Napa Valley and lots of shopping nearby. No real complaints. Dogs are a buck a night for whatever reason, and there were no barking dogs or dog waste left around.
Clean and neat park. No trash here. Facilities in very good condition. Pet friendly. Concrete slabs to park on surrounded by grass and trees. As stated before a bit strange to get through a new car dealership but not bad if you keep your eyes peeled for the little sign under the big sign. Easy in and out. Back in spots only but they are big sites. We would stay again. Use a map as your GPS will route you through the downtown area when there is actually very easy access from Interstate 5.
Really nice small campground. Very well maintained. Owner is proud of this and should be as it's one of the cleanest, neatest places we've stayed. Easy in and out for big rigs, great utilities including TV channel selection. Wi-Fi was good and fast. Some permanent residents but no trashy people allowed as every site is neat and orderly. Owners are great people and go out of their way to make you comfortable. If you were thinking about passing up Port Orford: don't. The views from this area are easily the best coastal Oregon has to offer. Eat at Grifs on the dock; quite the place. We' definitely stay here again when passing through.
What can I say. Owners were pleasant, quiet campground, utilities good, TV good, Wi-Fi excellent. Probably the time of year we were here but they don't water the grass. The roads and sites are dirt and very dusty and close together. Nothing nearby. The beach is not one of the better ones Oregon has to offer, but you can walk to it from campground. Big crabbing area so a lot of boiling pots in campground along with the smell. Some long term residents and they show. We won't return.
Clean, modern resort with attention to detail. Great spacing and level sites with concrete and pavers at each site. Pool is average. Nice front desk and a professional staff. Wasn't expecting this type of facility in McMinnville but a great place to stay. Right next door to Evergreen Air and Space Museum which is a must see plus a cool water park with a full size 747 way up in the air that the water slides start at. The water park is inside a huge building so rain or shine you can go. This is spectacular winery country that could easily take several days to visit them all and they are all relatively close to the RV resort. Would definitely stay here again and probably will to go winery hopping.
Nice older resort in a beautiful area off the beaten path. Paved sites and roads. Lots of open areas with grass and landscaping is nice. Has a pool and other amenities for everyone. Still able to have campfires at this resort which is getting hard to find at other places. I would suggest getting a back in site if possible as with all the mowed lawn gives you a lot of open space to relax in. Pull-throughs are very good also but not as spacious. Would definitely stay here again. Lots of very beautiful beaches in area.
Clean, modern resort. Wide sites but on the short side for a 40 footer. Very nice office, showers, etc. The campground is easy to navigate through with big rig. Pretty quiet on the upper levels. There are two gas fire pits that are great to socialize around. Across the street from We would stay here again.
Right by a very nice golf course. Out in the country so not much to do but play golf but wineries nearby. Very clean and quiet. Good separation between spaces with grass and concrete pads. Roads are paved. Easy access. Definitely stay here again.
This place could use some help. Couldn't ask for a better location near Old Town Florence on the river but spaces are right on top of each other, grass is dead and no one mows it, maximum stay is 120 days and many of the people here fish and crab and there spaces overflow with stuff. Only decent spaces on on the river but the waiting list to get one of those is at least a year out and the same people tie up these spaces every year. Other spaces either face some run down boat storage building; that is your view or face a run down community area. There are better places to stay in Florence. The Port of Siuslaw is sitting on a gem of a property but appears they don't want to improve it at all.
Clean, well kept park. Lots of concrete but no long term residents. Easy access, some pull throughs but back ins are easy to get into with a big rig. Right in town for easy access to everything. Great place for a stop over or a few days stay. No traffic noise.
Nice State park. Clean, on site camp hosts that really care. Very quiet in day and no noise after 10pm. Fairly easy to maneuver a 40' motorhome and several more were in the park as well as large 5th wheels. Many pull through although you may have to back into a pull through. Sewer, electric and water available. Showers are clean. Satellite reception can be tricky but who cares; you're camping.
Private, very clean, two swimming pools, concrete pads. Three choices to stay: $50 for a basic site, $60 for a premium site with some view and close to clubhouse, and $90 for ocean view (not ocean front). Easy access to Newport and other places. Some road noise from Hwy 101. Prices are high but the resort is actually a resort.
Easy access. Large sites. Large pull throughs and easy back in, even for big rigs. Lots of room between sites. Enough trees to feel woodsy, but satellite dish still works. Near Highway 101 but noise is not a problem. Lots of room to walk a dog if you have one. Very clean and well kept. Office area is neat as a pin. Mostly paved with some gravel. Great location to get to Seaside or Cannon Beach and several other good places to go. 30 amp service only, but this is on the Oregon coast and rarely would you need air conditioning anyway. Quiet at night. Owners always out and about taking care of things.
Easy in/easy out. Clean with grass and paved or concrete sites with picnic tales and chairs. Fairly quiet. No full timers which makes it quite nice. Looks to be pretty new and well taken care of. Easy access to Eugene, Springfield, Interstate 5. Lots of places to walk dogs or yourself. Would definitely stay here again.
Stayed in the paved area, not the actual RV Park, but had electricity and water, and it was nice and level. A place to empty tanks provided for free. Excellent satellite reception. Clean restrooms. One mile from Corvallis. Nice lawn areas and awesome 100 foot long picnic table cut from one tree. Not fancy but clean, quiet and safe. Lots of places to walk dogs or yourself. Host was exceptional in helping out. The real RV section looks good with grass areas and full hookups. Shuttle to and from OSU football games is $2: what a deal to be delivered to the front of the stadium and picked up there also. Easy parking and lots of room for big rigs. Also a dry camping gravel area that is first come first serve for $10 a night.
Nice place. No trashy rigs here. Only Class A motorhomes no more than 10 years old are allowed. $50 a night is the lowest rate they have up to $90 night for ocean front. Situated north of Newport next to Highway 101 but quiet even though we were close to road. Delivered a morning paper which was a first. You have to walk a bit to the beach but the trail is well maintained. Nice dog area so dog owners have a good place to take their pets to do their business, instead of where you walk as most places let dog owners get by with. Has two swimming pools and a super nice lodge.
Nice location, nice park. Beautiful view of bridge over Newport Bay. Kind of cozy with neighbors. Although there are many dog waste bags left available by the county on poles throughout the park, there is a continual problem with dog owners leavings their dog's presents everywhere. This isn't the park's problem but we have stayed here a few times and this is a real issue to be addressed. Would rate this a 10 if not for all the dog waste people.
I should tell you this place is a real dump so you stay away and leave it for us, but that wouldn't be fair. A really nice RV park, right on river, no road noise, an occasional train but that adds to the experience. Nice level large sites; many pull throughs, all parking paved. Grass is mowed and watered on a regular basis. Landscaping is kept up. No fulltimers with their junk: hooray!!! All facilities clean and well taken care of. Great staff. Will be one of our favorites.
Very scenic place to stay. All gravel roads and sites. We stayed in area with full hook ups but you better like your neighbors as they are very close by. If you can get by for a few days without dumping stay in the "new" part that has only water, electric, cable but big sites and no one close by. Would stay here again. Probably really hot in summer months. Not much to do nearby and a few restaurants to choose from.
Clean park and great staff. Gravel roads and sites but all level and quite a bit of privacy. Very short walk to beach and a couple of restaurants. Quiet at night and can hear ocean if your windows are open. Easy parking, mostly pull through. A few full timers but their places are kept up. Easy drive to Florence. Will stay again.
OK for a night or two. Nothing fancy. Gravel with trees and bushes in between. Can walk to sand dunes on the backside of park. Very friendly staff. Some full timer junk RV's setting around but not too bad.
Gravel roads and lots of grass to park on. Pretty quiet. Walk to Klamath River from RV park. As always full timers get away with just about everything but everyone else is reminded of the rules. Take your groceries with you as there is nothing nearby. Good access to lots of redwoods. Crescent City is good for a day trip about 20 miles away.
Really nice RV park. Rated in top 100 of Sam's Club. Paved roads and sites with about 8 foot tall trimmed hedges between the sites. Definitely the cleanest place we've ever parked. Only drawback we had was that we had to stay in the space right next to the highway and had to use earplugs to sleep. All other spaces quiet enough. Must drive to do anything as nothing is near park but that's OK, the cleanliness and staff were great. Big sites as this was probably once a trailer park and completely cleaned up and renovated to top notch condition. Mostly back in spaces but plenty of room to maneuver. We will definitely stay again.
Mostly clean park. Nice facilities even a computer in laundry room to use while doing the clothes. Gravel sites. Free boat storage available which is a real plus but some of the full timers park their ugly boats right next to their motorhomes/trailers instead of storing them properly which gives the place somewhat of a run down look.