5th of 12 stops on our 28 day, 7 state camping adventure from California. Washington State Parks are pretty much the "thing to do" in place of "regular RV parks". This place was absolutely beautiful. No sewer hook-ups at campsite, but not needed with very clean restrooms/showers. Just a couple minutes from downtown Spokane and nestled along the river. Absolutely beautiful and very clean. Would definitely stay here again!
7th of 12 stops during 28 day, 7 state family camping adventure. Selected this place based on this site's reviews and close proximity to Glacier National Park. Would definitely stay here again. Clean, friendly, and close (20 minutes) to Glacier's West Entrance. Very nice place.
6th of 12 stops during family 28 day, 7 state camping adventure from California. This site was across the highway from another site (Jellystone RV). This was not the "newer" site of the two, but very nice. Biggest advantage was the amount of trees/shade compared to the newer site across the highway. Very clean and comfortable place and only a few minutes from Missoula. Would definitely stay here again.
This was our 4th of 12 stops on our 28 day, 7 state camping adventure with wife and 2 kids. This was the 1st of 2 Washington State Parks and the place was beautiful! Located in Federal Way (20 minutes south of Seattle), it is a few minutes from town, but located in a very lush park/forest. They have trails going to Puget Sound. The kids absolutely loved it. Only downfall was that there was no sewer hook-up at campsite, but everything else was great! Would definitely return!
Very clean and quiet park. Considering the town/place, this is a VERY NICE place to stay if you are passing through and/or in the area for a short time. Restrooms and showers very clean. Stopped here with family to visit family in Camas Valley. Heading to Portland next, but would stay here again.
1st time visiting/staying here and in Redding. Park was very clean. Restrooms and showers were very clean! This was a two-night stop over as we traveled north to Oregon with family. Would stay again if we come through Redding again.
New park which is very clean and new. Loved the fact it was clean, organized, and had a very nice staff. Downfalls included limited hot water during showers, and the fact that the trees are new, so "natural" shade is not available. We stayed here with our two kids and the fact we were close to San Jose and Santa Cruz was a plus. Would stay again if we wanted to be in area for a few days.
Came over the New Years holiday weekend. No reservations and we were able to find a very nice site with full hook-ups. Pleasantly surprised with the park. Very clean, nice outdoor/camping environment, campfire, etc. Restrooms/showers were very clean, however they are set up more like a camping atmosphere (concrete floors). Would definitely recommend to others and would definitely come again.
We have a 3 yr old and a 1 yr old and we (wife and I) came down for a two-day trip to Disneyland. First time staying in a trailer down here and selected site based on reviews. Simply put - We absolutely loved it! Clean, friendly, and excellent location to Honda Center, Anaheim Stadium, and Disneyland. Would recommend to anyone/everyone.
First RV camp with our new/first travel trailer. Chose Sequoia RV Ranch based on previous reviews and closeness to Sequoia National Park. Overall, a very nice trip. RV site was clean, quiet, shady, and enjoyable. We rated it an "*" as this is the only one we have been to so far, so we figured we better have some flexibility to rate our next trip/site higher or lower. Would recommend to others and we would come again. The road into Sequoia National Park is narrow very "curvy", so we're very glad we did not take the RV into the park (via the Three Rivers route).