We were caught in an unexpected snowstorm and had to stop around midday. We were so fortunate to find this park, and would have stayed just about anywhere! So we were especially pleased to find such a terrific place. The people were really nice,the sites are large, level and there are beautiful trees everywhere. The bathrooms were spotless and they even had washcloths rolled up in a basket for the guests (we've never seen that). This is on the way to visit our family, so we will keep this on our list of overnight stops.
This is a fabulous place to stay - right on the Klamath River and centrally located to visit all the Redwood State & National Parks. The staff is super friendly and helpful. Sites are level and paved - grass everywhere else, so it's a very clean environment. We have AT&T, so no cell or internet service and the park doesn't have WiFi. We were able to back our 5th wheel right up to the river's edge - watch the tides, the birds and the sunsets. However, those sites were set up for motorhomes, so the utilities were on the wrong side. Since it was a slow time of the year, we were able to hook up sewer in the next space over, which was empty. Our rate is Passport America. We started out with 3 days and ended up staying 9 - and we'll be back.
The park is very clean and well-staffed. The manager was rather abrupt and not very friendly. The sites are very close together, as it is an older park. The sewer connection on some of the sites are higher than the sewer hose outlet on our RV, and we had to ask to be moved (they were not happy about accommodating us). We've stayed here before, as it is convenient to our RV dealer, although quite expensive. WiFi is great. And they do come around an pick up your trash every morning - never been anyplace else that does that
This is a fabulous RV park! Without a doubt one of the best (if not the best) we've ever visited. We came for 3 days and ended up staying for 10. We had a great back in spot perched over the estuary with a view out over the bay. We watched the harbor seals, gulls, and herons as the tides came in and went back out. Our 50 amp site was roomy and level, the free wifi was fast, cable was excellent, and we had good cell reception. Staff was really nice and very helpful and accommodating. It's not a fancy park, but has a small store, and the grounds are beautifully maintained (one of the workers is a master gardener), and the setting is sublime. While we were there they installed dozens of huge planters and hanging baskets stuffed with gorgeous flowers. They have boat rentals and supplies for crabbing and clamming - also will cook them for you. There are several beaches close by for long walks on the sand. We really didn't want to leave. Our rate is with a Good Sam discount, and we also got 1 free night with our weekly rate.
Beautiful park and nice people. Very clean and well-maintained. Level sites that are paved and grass everywhere else. A good amount of space between sites. Good wifi, but you have to log in every time you use it, and sometimes even while you are using it. Our only issue was that they put us in a 30 amp site (they didn't offer us a 50 amp) which has never been a problem for us, as long as we don't need the A/C. But here it kept tripping, no matter what we used. They even came out and installed a new breaker, but it still kept tripping. A couple of other folks in the park were having the same problem. We had to use LP for furnace and water heater. No AT&T phone coverage. Rate is with Good Sam discount.
What a terrific park - a beautiful setting, impeccably maintained, beautiful views. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. The sites are spacious and nicely arranged along a winding road among the trees. We had a great spot overlooking the river. The Wi-Fi is blazing!! Even though they didn't have 50 amp service at our site, we still rate it excellent. We just have to be conscious of what electrical we use. Everything else makes up for that!! There are some nice restaurants and shops just outside the park, the lake and state park are a short walk away, and the tram up the mountain is across the street. We drove around the area and didn't see any other parks we would have liked better - definitely a winner!!
The Xanterra staff here is super friendly. The sites are tight and the turns are, too. They really pack them in, but the arrangement and the trees somehow make it ok. We were sure we'd be looking in our neighbors windows, but not the case. The park was very quiet, even though quite full. The water is outstanding - fill your tanks before leaving. FYI - you MUST have a fully hard-sided RV - it's bear country and they will turn away anything that isn't completely hard - no tent trailers or pop-ups that aren't hard.
This campground was adequate. We were early in the season and they were still doing work on the sites after the winter. There are terrific views of the Tetons as well as the surrounding areas (rolling hills, pastures). Unfortunately, the sites weren't arranged to take full advantage of them. They were mostly unoccupied, so we had a view, but if they were full the view would be mostly the other RVs. Most sites were pull thru in our area and good size, fairly level. There were sites on the Teton view side, but they wouldn't accommodate our RV - I think smaller and 30 amp. We didn't use any of the facilities, as we were out in the Tetons every day. There is nothing else around the park - everything is a drive away.
Nice park for our overnight stop. Super friendly manager just took over and they are upgrading the park. Some full timers, but park is kept up nicely. Level pull through spot and not overly crowded. We would feel comfortable here for a few days. It's not the fanciest place we've ever stayed, but certainly nice enough and great for the money. We are getting a brand new fifth wheel and we would absolutely stay here with it. Blazing Wifi and didn't even need a password.