Park is for Escapee members only. The office is run in a very business like manner. But this was the least friendly Escapee park that we have visited. Although the park has a large fenced area for dogs, all other grassy areas are posted with no pet signs. One of the lease holders complained that I walked my dog in the wooded area directly behind our site, said that dogs could only be walked in the dog run on the other side of the park. The park has a very nice club house with library, game room, pool table, craft area, iron, and ironing board. Many events are scheduled, but park visitors are not invited into conversations with most lease holders. The grounds are beautifully maintained. Electric voltage varies throughout the day. Our clothes dryer burned out, probably as a result of low voltage. Our neighbor on the lot adjacent to ours was outstanding. They provided local knowledge and even drove us into Port Angeles.
Passport America and Escapees discounts available. Office check in was quick with a map given to direct us to our site. Site was graveled but sufficiently off level to keep our entry step from opening. Park is adjacent to what appears to be a sewage plant. Rate was reasonable for facility provided. Shower and toilet were clean, rest of park showed lack of maintenance.
This is an Escapee park and provides discounts to Escapee members. We received a prompt call back after calling to see if they had a vacancy. We were assured a pull through space as we planned to be there only one night. We were warmly greeted upon our arrival. The owner directed us to our space. 50 amp, water, and sewage hookups were conveniently arranged on a pleasant grassy site. She recommended a restaurant within walking distance. All staff were helpful by answering questions. A Museum and the town were within walking distance. I would have enjoyed spending additional time in this well maintained friendly park. We will return. The park is family and pet friendly.
Dusty and muddy at the same time. Pick your own site after paying. The highest sites are the least level. Small trees beside campsites provide no shade but are close enough to contact the sides of the motorhome when slides are extended. Plan to block up sewage hose to the height of the connection. OK for overnight. Not a campsite we plan to return to.
Neat clean park. Very pleasant husband wife owner managers. Very close to I-29 but no disturbing road noise. Newly graveled roadways and campsite parking. Easy access to campsites. All sites are pull through. Conveniently located hookups. Picnic table for each site. Small clean office/camp store. DVD's to rent for $1. Books to loan or trade. A place we hope to revisit.
Speed bumps in driveway disturb everything in the motorhome even if you stop on approach as the front wheels make initial contact. Office staff were friendly although hurried. 30 and 50 amp are available, but there is an extra $2 charge per night for 50 amp even though each site is wired for both. There is an additional $3 charge if you pay by credit card. It rained from the time we got parked. The ground in the narrow camp sites had standing water and mud even before the evening rain began. Some campers were barefoot to preserve their shoes. Camp sites are close together with tight turns into the narrow (approximately 9 foot) gravel driveway. The entrance to ours had a large rock adjacent to the entry point.
Friendly manager and office staff. One of the cleanest most pleasantly laid out parks we have visited. A crew of approximately 12 persons was there mowing the lawns when we arrived. Large grassy area between campsites where campers met, talked, and played with their dogs. Large easily accessible concrete paved sites with all hookups appropriately placed. There were shade trees at most sites. We wish we had more time to stay to enjoy the park, other campers, and the town.