Before we booked our reservation I read the previous reviews and was really skeptical. We were in Eugene for the U of Oregon graduation ceremony so amenities were not important. The receptionist was pleasant and helpful. The area of the campground for short-term stay was very tight for Class A rigs. Use caution! The trees were trimmed back, the asphalt was clean and moss free. The power was adequate. The trains were frequent but not bothersome as others have stated. I guess it has a lot to do with how well your rig is insulated. The park is close to the University. Of course it rained!
We stopped for the evening traveling south on I-5. The receptionist was very friendly and helpful. The sites are rock, and the streets are asphalt. Power pedestals located where they should for pull throughs. The trees and bushes are growing (finally). The shuttle to the casino was a nice touch as we didn't have to unhook the toad. On Tuesdays the Senior rate for the buffet is half off. (their Senior age is 50). Overall, it was a good place to stop for overnight.
Stayed here with a group. Excellent kitchen/meeting room facilities. Employees are very friendly, helpful, and attentive. I would recommend this place to all individuals and groups. The only down side is that the sites are not on concrete and 50 amp service is not available.
We have stayed here many times in the last 15 years. It seems that they always say there is "New Management" but the same people are there. Our Club had a rally here. They said the cable TV worked, it didn't, the room was OK. I had to bite the bullet, bought a portable 50 amp surge protector with LCD readouts because this park is notorious for power problems. Sure as heck, Sunday morning, the thing was indicating low power on one of the 50 amp legs. This park needs to buckle down and just get things right. It is like the Dutch Boy and the dyke! fix something, something else goes wrong. Some of the monthly units staying there should be condemned!
We stayed for 3 nights with a group. The Thousand Trails members were free and some of us had the pay $42.00. The club house was adequate for a small group. We were disappointed that they only provided spots with 30 amp electric and water. The roads are a dirt/rock combination and the sites were rocked.