No credit cards. Although they say they have Wi-Fi, it was a very poor signal. Bathrooms had dripping water & signs saying the floor was wet--no kidding! No Cable tv. Signs said to keep doors closed in the restrooms to keep out bugs. Only one garbage dumpster by the exit considering that it is a rather large park there should be more--it's a long hike and certainly not convenient.
No electrical outlets in restrooms nor did any of the doors lock (stall doors or the outside doors.) Cash or check only, no credit cards. Restrooms were clean but had very small showers. Driveway and roads were not paved. Some sites had picnic tables which didn't matter in January, but you might want one in the summer. This was good for an overnight stop, but not recommended for longer.
This is an old KOA park with some upgrades. The bathrooms have been refurbished with tile but the shower stalls are KOA "snug". Park was near full with what appear to be long stay sunbirds. As an overnighter, we got placed in the back of the park in the original section. The internal roads are paved, but the spaces in the old section are grass with many of them not particularly level. New section has concrete pads and seem roomier. Services are split with sewer on opposite side of water and power. Web speed was okay once you navigate Tengo system. Good selection of cable channels.
Nice park. Mature landscaping but narrow pads (and we have a B!) Showers needed update and a sink didn't work in the men's room. Not one of the "top 10 resorts in the US" but still pretty good considering how few RV parks there are near Spokane.
Restrooms had not been cleaned over the weekend: mud, mold, beer cans, were evident (there had been a "great" party per a resident). Garbage dump was at one end but we observed that garbage was picked up at the site as we were leaving: no one had told us! Dogs played on the tennis courts but signs said no dog could be on the dried up grass. Wi-Fi was non-existent even though they claimed Wi-Fi. Old sites have trees, new sites have none.
Ok but pricey, sites close together, only 3 showers stalls each (M & F) for 320 sites! Nothing else around and/or available due to the fair at Pasa Robles. Wi-Fi good but cable quality is poor. Everyone on staff was friendly & effective.
We got in on a promo "best available" for $50 till end of March. For a so called "resort" facility left a lot to be desired. We travel in a Roadtrek so restroom and shower quality important--only give them a 3 for their effort. Facilities older and show little signs of maintenance. None of locks to restrooms worked in entire resort. Showers small and tacky. No hot water in restroom sinks. Location is what they have going for them and after that, have found far better at half the price.
Can't beat this place for location and cost. It won't win any prizes for cleanliness but really wasn't bad. Local bus transportation is a block away and Freemont is close. It is very close to the highway but at least there were no trains going through!
This park was on a dirt parking lot--very dusty. There were messy ducks near the pool and entry to the casino--where the showers are. You could have skated in! The showers were clean but the general overall property was "tired." It was very close to Death Valley.
Compared to other parks in Bend, this park provides a great choice. Stayed 4 nights while on business. Park always clean, garbage picked up, facilities top knotch. The "older" part is just as clean even though it obvious that some folks have been there a while. New, spacious restrooms and "huge" showers--always clean. All spots are paved. GREAT wireless the entire time (multple towers to choose from)and good cable menu
Owners describes his place as designed for Boomers--no pools/play grounds etc. Peter (the owner) is very engaged in making sure his customers are happy and keeps a spotless restroom. Was in the men's room picking up before 9am--changing out a shower curtain one visitor mentioned was showing some mildew. Gave great lead for dinner at a Rib and Chop house in town.
This park is a frequent winner of Good Sam's best park award. Would have rated a 10 if showers were a bit more user friendly and larger. No hooks or place to put shower gear while using sinks post showers. Park was probably at 50% occupancy but when we arrived without a reservation, they made out it was a BIG deal they could find us a place--pretty mechanical at front desk. Large laundry room with up-to-date equipment--quite clean.
Despite a large number of monthly plus residents, the park overall is quite pleasant. Owner asked us to move after getting setup due to an error he had made. He comp the stay for the night. Spots of reasonably level gravel sites with a few concrete pads. Don't let all the modular homes at entrance scare you off. The restrooms were among the larger we had in a three week trip--clean with everything in good working order
Nice park with mature shade trees. Showers are fully tiled and well maintained--great water pressure and plenty of hotwater. Park has indoor hottub, outdoor pool and large laundry facility--all well cared. High water pressure so be sure to use a pressure device at the faucet--they sell at office if you do not have one. Office mgr said they get water at 125 psi if not irrigating. Only real negative is proximity to mainline train track--frequent trains esp in early am
Convenient, clean park just off I-90. Had no problem with cell during our visit but it is spotty in the area. Free entertainment, and ice cream social mid-week. New restrooms (all tile)for new spaces and "old" restroom being remodeled. Were on the edge of park and still had workable wi-fi.
All sites paved and well serviced. Less than mile from I5, and near major shopping. Showers and restroom very clean. Great place to use as a base for Oregon Pinot wine country visits or overnight heading N/S on I5. Reservations may be necessary during the summer--got one of last two places midweek last week in May
This place is a contrast in extremes. Great location just across the street from a great public beach and Haystack rock. Sites are level gravel and have full services--although I could never connect to the free wireless. The restrooms/showers were a joke! Plastic stalls dropped in the various corners of a concrete block building. Walls constructed with what looks like scrap lumber and OSB board. Plumbing is exposed pbc piping. Hope you do not want to control your water as everyone gets one volume and temp--operates off timer switch. No hot water at sink (in Mens). If we were not paying "resort" prices it might be so striking. At least the floors and rooms were clean even if unattractive.
Paved sites with good access. Easy access from I5. We did not have any problems with any smells. Bathrooms a bit dated but clean. One of the best showers in awhile--great pressure and plenty of water--none of those drizzle water saver heads. Entire campground was tidy and well kept. Wifi suppose to be available but did not try Had an interior site since were only in for one night but those sites looked great. Spaces are a bit tight but seen a lot worse.
Very attractive park with paver sites so all level and dry. A well appointed park with nice workout room and baths BUT only available during limited times. Showers/Bath are locked at 8 pm and do not open till 8 am--these may be winter hours but still not very client friendly. Exercise room only open when office is so it is closed at 6 pm. For most folks who are doing anything during the day, the available hours make the features pretty unavailable.
One of the cleanest, well designed restrooms and showers. Concrete pads with full services. Convenient to I-205. Nice clubhouse with free coffee in the morning and continental on weekends (did not try). Cash and check ONLY for payment. Wifi not working when we tried it.
First time visitor. Had high ratings in Trailer Life ratings books, but we were not impressed. Showers/restrooms were clean but showed wear and deferred maintenance. Overall restroom experience impacted by strong sewer gas aroma whenever visited. Spots were level and had concrete pads. Overall appearance attractive, as long as you did not go into restrooms. Staff somewhat indifferent to clients. We arrived after manager left at 6, and even though people in office they refused to take any payment until their official opening at 9 am. Had to kill 30 minutes in order to pay for the night.
Exceptionally nice park. Lots of trees, with spaces under large cedars if you don't mind back in. Reasonably level dirt with interior paved--not sure how it would be when it gets wetter. Open areas have gravel. WiFi worked well. Handy for accessing the National Park and peninsula attractions but distance from PA over 40 miles.
Good location for checking out Sequim and the NE Peninsula. Large shopping center across the street including large supermarket and Staples. Hosts helpful and pleasant. Units are a bit tight for long term. Restrooms outstanding with sitting and plenty of hooks for showers.
Bring your extensions for connecting to the sewer, cable connection also took 15' of wire. Space level gravel--just long reaches to some connections. Restrooms/showers functionally clean but also showing serious needs of updating.
Note the review from 2005--Ditto--overrated in Trailer Life. Restrooms/showers functionally clean but have obvious "deferred maintenance". Namestake rabbits are all over park so watch where you walk and where you put stuff on ground. WiFi above average.
While not your most attractive park, it is a GREAT value. Trees are on the river side but rest of park is basically a gravel lot with hookups. Very convenient if you are passing through or need a short stay in the area. While no sewer at site, the park (city runs) has a dump as you leave. We arrived mid-day on a Friday and most of the slots were taken. River side spots are a bit more ($3) but still a great bargain. Entire park is gravel but level. Never did really find restrooms--appear to be the facilities in the city park nearby. No restrooms directly in RV area.
Great alternative to the higher price spots in Reno (approx 25 miles). Home town casino nearby. Attractive place with large restrooms and spacious showers--maybe not elegant but certainly lots of rooms and plenty of hooks and bench to make it an easy trip. Park is still pretty young so trees are not large so do not expect major shade from trees.
One of the few parks convenient to Bellevue and Seattle. A lot better choice than the Kent KOA which wants 45+ per night. Entire park is paved and rigs are parked next to each other like a big parking lot. Not a lot of aesthetics but functional.
This was our third visit in the last couple of years. Each visit, the park has gotten better. Still the cleanest restroom/showers you will find anywhere. Buy your wine at the store instead of the winery--prices are better.
Would give this park a 10 except of freeway noise. Still a fairly new park and all buffer vegetation has not grown to block the sound. Has to have the cleanest and most complete bath/showers of any park in price range. Separate private rooms with sink, toliet and shower. Wifi is RVAccess and cost $5/day--less/day for longer purchase. This is wine country and owners have a great selection in store priced at prices less than wineries in area. Nice people with great location to see the wineries in area.
Agree with early post--good but not a top 100 campground. Clean and good repair. We were in an upper space (90) that backed to the road--some road noise in early am and early evening. While the park had wifi, it did not reach the upper locations--had to take the puter to office area. Their brochure advertises shuttle to town (4 miles) but when asked the office to use, they did not offer. Lots of kids in campground but not really much for them--in fact number of "rules" baring under 14 from spa and putting green.
Weekend full park but not unpleasant even though spaces are close. Reservations made easily. Water pressure in camp showers very low. Showers clean but show age. Wifi decent with separate attenna for upper and lower lots.
Attractive park but weak infrastructure. Registration included warning regarding circuit breakers flipping and caution against use of AC during busy weekends, etc. Only 30 amp service that is at its limits. We were at end of row and water pressure varied. Nice grass level parking. Promoted as being on ocean but in fact is a probably a quarter mile+ along a rough path and brush to actual beach area. Park was full with family reunions and summer camps. Showers were not dirty, but also were not inviting.