We got a package deal in which two adult train tickets get two nights free at the RV park, we stayed a total of five days so I'm not sure what the nightly rate works out to be. This is a brand new park so the trees aren't grown in yet. A freight train rolls by four times a night. Over all its a very nice park.
There is an extra charge for almost everything. I made my reservations online and paid by credit card, but when I checked in I was hit with additional charges for my child and pet, both of which I included in the online registration. There is a catch-all clause to let them do this but its in the fine print. When I questioned this policy I was given the option of a partial refund and taking a drive but with no place else to go I didn't have much of a choice. This park is populated by a mix of Snow Birds and full-time residence, it is quiet but not really a 'vacation' destination. There is no shade at all, the few trees still alive are just tall leafless sticks.
First the negatives. There is a lot of freeway noise, train noise, and small airport noise at sunrise. The park is very spacious with plenty of room to navigate and nice size spaces. The miniature golf course is worth the price, especially if you're drinking! I'll stay there again next time through.
We had business in Tacoma over the weekend and made reservations by telephone. Specifically, we requested a site long enough to accommodate our trailer and truck together so that I would have minimal set-up at night in the rain. We also let them know we would arrive late in the evening. We arrived about 8:00 pm, after the office closed, but a security guard handled check-in and a KOA employee led us to our site, a pull-though barely long enough for our trailer - forget the truck! The guard guided me forward until my trailer was deep enough for his satisfaction, which left my truck completely blocking the pull-out lane. I asked about the site I requested and the answer given was, "Yea, we got one but it'll cost you more!" (Followed by snickering from both the guard and KOA employee!) I asked 'so what do I do with my truck?', and was told to 'unhitch and park it perpendicular to the trailer off the pull-out lane, or, upgrade to the larger site.' Then I took a look a closer look at the trailer position and discovered there was no room for the slide-out to extend, its path blocked by the electrical post. I asked the guard about this (he guided me) to which he replied 'if I back up any I'll be in the traffic lane.' All this took place in a heavy downpour. The entire situation stunk so bad of 'bait and switch' there was no way I was going to let them get any more out of me so I just dealt with it. I backed up a few inches so the slide-out had clearance, unhitched and parked perpendicular. That was last night. This morning in the light, I found the paved pad to be only about 9' wide, most of the RV utility posts in the park are knocked over, and everything going underwater. Now its evening, I just got back a couple hours ago, most of the park is under an inch or more of water, (this is a normal rain for this region.) Added to this experience all night I heard trucks, trains, and jet airplanes in very close proximity...