Staff was very friendly this place is more of an overnight or long time residence. Not nice neighborhood. Best thing I can say is we barely fit and the staff were great. Warning signs all over about break ins and theft. Bathrooms were clean.
We stayed here 2x over night. Trip north we were very impressed with the cleanliness and staff reception; even had staff with golf cart escort us to site and guide parking. Lots of lawn. Pet friendly. Dog areas ok. On way back stayed another overnight first told internet was down waiting for part may not be back on, seemed strange for higher end park but again the service was great everything was clean. Bathrooms were very nice with large showers. About every 20 minutes there is a shuttle to take you to the casino or their restaurant. If you wish. Also has welcome large truck stop.
Price very reasonable. At first look it appears to be an old drive in Movie Theater. Staff is friendly and helpful. Hook ups are all in the rear of our 5th wheel; we did not hook up sewer for 2 nights and when leaving dumped at their dump easily. There is a large grassy area which also appears to be storage for many Airstreams. Park was fairly empty; understood it was going to be full the following week fine for us. Good location for Rainer and Olympia. Great Cabalas in Olympia; you have to check out.
We really liked this campground. If our friends had not told us of it with our big rig we might have driven the road there but it was fine. The sites are large and spacious 36’ RV with crew cab truck. Could have had 3 trucks there. No sewer but had water and electric. World’s largest Cedar tree. Water falls, rain forest. Staff is friendly and helpful. A real surprise for us.
Campground was OK for overnight, hook ups worked. Staff was very friendly. Internet was not. There is a shooting range very close which can be loud. There are other campgrounds toward La Push for longer stays looked appealing. Beaches were fantastic, Twilight series Fans tour the town.
We stayed 5 nights. Very nice campground and long time family owned. May be going thru ownership change in near future. Sites rustic and clean. Great location for Olympic National Park which is what we wanted. Also ferry to Victoria right there did day trip.
This is our 6th+ stay here. We always find the staff friendly and helpful. I do not know what happened to the previous person but I can assure you that is not the norm; they are great. Sites are clean, the hookups work, like all campgrounds the Wi-Fi can get a little slow especially holiday weekends. You always see staff busy raking and cleaning. The trash is picked up several times a day, they do the recycle sorting. Location, location, location, view of the Morro Rock and smoke stacks from every site. The dog friendly beach is a very short walk. We love it there and will return.
We have stayed here previously and did not write a positive review. We decided to give it another shot and glad we did. Our previous stay was soured by a male check in clerk. This time I avoided him and the girls were great. Check in was smooth, the park is clean, and easy to navigate. The sites were of good size. They have almost 1000 sites and it was quite. Location is great, just south of town, and clean area. Dog runs were clean but well used. We will gladly stay here again.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park in Santa Rosa is a great place to stay overnight. For us it was just an overnight and wanted a safe place to stay. We have stayed here in October and will return. Check in is easy the staff is friendly and helpful. The gravel sites (the whole park is gravel) are clean and level all good size, all pull through, big rig friendly. Do have to drive some surface streets in and out, but not bad.
Moss Landing KOA RV Park, we have stayed here last year, returned and will return again. Check in is easy the staff is friendly and helpful. The sites are clean and level all good size some wider than others some longer than others, no pull throughs, all back ins but big rig friendly. Walk to dog friendly beaches that go to harbor with many birds and the otters, although to see them best to dive short distance to Moss Landing State Beach. Great restaurants and town across the street is the Whole Enchilada Restaurant and Market Place, at the harbor is Phil’s fish Market Restaurant, and breakfast you cannot beat the Moss Landing Cafe. What more could we want? We stayed in October.
KOA Redwood RV Park in Crescent City, we have stayed here in October and will return. Check in is easy the staff is friendly and helpful. The sites are clean and level all good size, all pull throughs, big rig friendly. Good dog yard. Walk to dog friendly trails of redwood trees right out the campground and short drive to harbors or to many dog friendly beaches. The redwoods and coast line is incredible, 30 minutes to Oregon coast again many dog friendly beaches.
Bodega Bay RV Park, we have stayed here in October and will return. Check in is easy the staff is friendly and helpful. The sites are clean and level all good size, many pull threws, big rig friendly. Good dog yard. Walk to dog friendly trails and adjacent harbor and state park. Or drive to many dog friendly beaches. Bodega is fun, Alfred Hitchcock’s the Birds filmed here and the town is well preserved honoring that. We were here 40 years ago on our honeymoon with a beat up camper shell, when we were more flexible. Big Rigs rule!
Morro Dunes RV Park, we have stayed here a number of times and will return. Check in is easy the staff is friendly and helpful. The sites are clean and level all good size some wider than others some longer than others, many pull threws, big rig friendly. Trash pickup at your site they sort the recycle. Walk to dog friendly beaches that go to Morro Bay Rock and harbor with the otters. What more could we want? We stayed end of September and will return.
Hitchin' Post was fine for overnight and security. It is not in the best area of town but it was secure. Check-in was easy, staff was helpful and friendly. The sites and facilities were clean and cared for. Sites were level enough, tight but you are inside with the AC on anyway. Pet areas were average. The described steak house in front is a smoky bar. Food was very greasy. We will return to this park.
This KOA was OK for overnight. Check-in was easy, staff was helpful and friendly. The sites and facilities were clean and cared for. The gravel sites were not level, but had adequate elbow room. Pet areas were largest we have ever seen but they were sand, and in the desert that gets too hot for dogs' feet. We will return for overnights.
Grand Canyon Trailer Village was great. Check-in was easy, staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The sites and facilities were clean and cared for. Sites were not level but had adequate elbow room. Elk and deer wandering through the camp sites several times a day. Pet areas were as large as a forest. We will return. Camping was in the National Park, walking distance from the South rim and village, worked great for us.
Portal RV was great. Check-in was easy, staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The sites and facilities were very clean and cared for. Largest we have ever been in. Sites were level plenty of elbow room. Pet areas were the best we have seen. We stayed here in a 5th wheel and will return. Access to the National parks was very central and worked great for us. NOTE: I saw other reports describing the owner as preferring to sell sites than help. Our experience was not at all like that. If you asked him any questions he offered his friendly knowledge of the area and did not PUSH sales.
Zion River Resort was great. Check in was easy, staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The sites and facilities were very clean and cared for. Sites were level plenty of elbow room. Pet areas were very good. We stayed here in a 5th wheel and will return. Access to the National parks was very central and worked great for us.
This campground is brand new and very clean. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It is a great stop for overnight. It was pet friendly. For us there was just not much to do outside the park. There is access to a river, Zion National Park, and casinos. We were just traveling through and it worked for us great.
We stayed here twice up and back from Yellowstone. I think this campground we will go back to and stay longer our next trip. The staff was helpful and friendly. The grounds were very clean. The trip north our sites cable TV did not work, it was a holiday and there were no maintenance people to fix (oh well). The trip South everything worked fine. Sites are large and you have lawn. There is a great jogging trail near there. We will return.
OK I'll try to be fair. The grounds were clean. We needed a place to stay overnight with 50 amp. We wanted just outside Las Vegas on the south end. We got that. Their web site advertised this date as winter rates. The not so helpful man behind the counter's response was to shove a rate card in my face and say, "See see." Someone else on staff said they heard there was a problem with the web site. My check in person said well you should not believe everything you read on the internet. When I called on the phone they described the site we would get. What we got was nothing like described; we just barely fit. If it was more than just overnight and we were not tired from a long drive, we would have left. We will not return. The pet friendly really is NOT; there are too may restrictions. In fairness the group next to us that was there for baseball tournament seemed to fit better.
This park is more of a over nighter in an emergency. While the staff was very friendly and helpful the sites are tight and run down. They say pet friendly but the restrictions are too much. The stuff did work. It was just OK. We probably won't stay here again. The location is very nice. In fairness it was the end of a long trip and they had a serious fire above Jackson that kept mostly smoked out (not the camp grounds fault). We may have been more appreciative if we had not had to cut our trip short due to the fire. The campground was very nice about refunding our no stay due to the fire.
We stayed 7 nights and loved every minute of it. The camp ground was clean. Great access to the National Park (1 block away) and the National Forest trails right into the campground. The staff was very friendly and helpful, the sites were all with lawn and large enough for our 36' rig and truck. Town was close for all your other needs. Of course the National Park is the draw. We will for sure stay here again.
The staff was extremely courteous and helpful. The camp sites were clean and deep. Our 36' and truck fit end to end, and had room to spare. It could be a little wider, but had plenty of room for our 3 slides and a table. Wi-Fi is advertised but only worked 1 of 4 days. They blame this on over usage by guests, but it is advertised and should work. This is probably the only reason I did not give a 9. It also is pricy but location, location. We will stay again here.
You get exactly what is advertised. The staff was helpful and friendly. The sites were large enough and clean. We came for Yosemite and the access to the park was easy plus the luxury of a full fuctioning town of Oakhurst right there. We will stay here again. The stream was nice, for our dogs the fox tails are a little brutal.
Reservations were very helpful. Check in easy. Staff was helpful and pleasant. Our site was as advertised. Clean, the staff was constantly emptying the trash cans and cleaning all the grounds. The pet friendly beach is right there. During an off shore wind there is a sewage treatment plant close where you get a slight odor. We would and will stay here again.