Just like the previous reviewer, we too had a difficult issue with the owner of this campground. In addition to our truck and fifth wheel trailer, we also have a car. We knew that the car could not be parked on the site, it was not long enough. And that was OK; there was parking nearby. However, we needed to put some things in the car. When we moved the car to the site, to load, we did not think having it there temporarily would be a problem. We could have not been more wrong. He came speeding in his golf cart next to our trailer and started shouting at us and telling us that if we did not move that car immediately, we could just get out! Of course, we moved it, and he left. We completed our stay and left without another word with him. By the way, his wife was nothing but kind to us. I am in my 60's and I have never been spoken to like that in all my life. It was truly frightening. The campground was adequate for our needs...a little tight on the interior roads, but navigable.
Pros: easy on and off Interstate 80. 70' pull thru sites long enough for big rigs. Cons: At check in, more focus on the rules than the welcome. Sewer access will not accept a threaded connector, it is elevated and makes securing the hose difficult. Grounds and landscaping have little grass. Gravel sites are uneven. Low water pressure. Many permanent trailers, some are rundown. Price too high for what you get.
Easy access at the entrance for our big rig. Roads are gravel, sites are dirt and grass. We need a pull-through site at least 70' long and they were able to accommodate us. In fact, the site was closer to 85'. Good 50 amp electric and adequate water pressure. We were able to connect our roof TV dish without any obstructions. Wi-Fi very weak, unable to maintain connection. 90+ temperature: very muggy and buggy. We never use on site laundry or bathrooms, so I cannot comment. Looks like there are a few permanent residents. Park is fine for an overnight, but definitely not a destination park. We would stay here again when passing through the area.
This park is located just a couple of miles from I-90, very convenient and quiet. Except, of course, for the sound of the rushing water of the Boulder River. Even though we usually prefer a pull-thru site, we took a back-in right up to the river bank. It was delightful. Roads and sites are gravel and level. Lovely landscaping, big trees and a pond right in the middle of the campground. Very friendly staff. Good Wi-Fi. We were there for only one night, but if we are through this area again, we will stay longer.
We came to this area to visit Yellowstone National Park and chose this park (14 miles from the park entrance) based on price and its ability to accommodate our large rig. The pull through sites are approximately 70'x 35', gravel and grass. The interior roads are also gravel and narrow. It was a bit tight pulling into our site given the narrow road. The fact that the site is not angled and the 65' length of our truck and trailer. Many of the sites have an evergreen tree at the right front edge. They are of varying sizes. The larger ones could make turning right out of the site problematic. Fortunately, our tree was small and not an obstacle. Our sewer connection was imbedded in the ground and we could not use our one-piece, screw-on elbow connector. So we had to use a rubber donut, not the best solution. The laundry was great. It had been a while since I found one that high capacity machines to launder bedding and scatter rugs. Wi-Fi was reliable and fast. Charge is $1 per day and worth it! The do not accept any charge cards, only cash or check. We stayed here for 11 days. This is a very basic RV park, nothing fancy. It could use some freshening up: new gravel and grass maintenance. But, it filled our need for an inexpensive stay. The bonus in the area is, of course, the magnificent Yellowstone National Park. Next time, we might choose another RV park in the area.
This is a very average park with a wonderful staff. When I made our reservation, the manager told me that our car would not fit on the site with our truck and trailer. So, when we got here, I was not surprised by that fact. Knowing what to expect is important. The park is located on the left side of Montana Route 2 going north. The entrance sign is small and we missed the turn, but there was no problem turning around. If you are here in the summer, look for the lovely flower beds at the entrance. The interior roads and the sites are gravel and level. The sites are narrow, separated by grass, and fairly close together. There are lots of evergreens here, but we had no problem aiming our TV dish and getting good reception. The free Wi-Fi is reliable and quick. The park is located 8 miles from the entrance to Glacier National Park. Being close to the park was one of the reasons why we chose this RV park. We would stay here again.
What a wonderful campground! Nugget is clean, neat, well groomed, quiet and located in a lovely setting. We had an extra long, gravel pull-thru site with parking for our car. Plenty of grass between the sites so that you do not feel crowded. Evergreen trees are scattered around the park, but do not obstruct satellite views. Wi-Fi works great, very fast and reliable. We were here for 3 nights. If we did not have a commitment, we would stay longer. The owners are very friendly and helpful. We had an escort to our site, which I really like and got a very good restaurant recommendation. I would definitely stop here again.
We stopped here to visit Grand Coulee dam, which is about 30 miles north. As others have said, this park is a concessionaire, located at Sun Lakes State Park. The entrance road winds down to the edge of Park Lake, through a very busy area to the office. Our very long rig navigated the tight turns and an encounter with a boat being launched...but not without anxiety! The park has a confusing traffic pattern, and we took the wrong road to our site, only to be "rescued" by a staff member on a golf cart, who led us to our assigned pull-thru spot. The sites are gravel, separated by grassy areas. There is a mix of open and wooded sites. Ours was ideal for satellite and TV reception. They do have Wi-Fi, but only around the office and retail area. We could not access it from our site. Lots of families, tents and campfires...but very quiet at night. The area is remote, nearest larger grocery store is 25 miles away. Stunning views of the Grand Coulee area.
Stopped here for 2 nights on our way to the Oregon coast. When you pull in, stay to the right in the driveway to park while registering. We went to the left of the landscaping near the office and discovered that our rig was too tall (13'3") and almost clipped the edge of the roof line of the driveway covering. Had to back up. Fairly new park. Paved interior roads and sites. Plenty of width and length for our rig. We had a pull-thru. Next to I-5, but noise not intrusive. Friendly staff, good Wi-Fi, satellite friendly site. We would stop here again.
Nightly rate reflects a weekly rate. Park is located right off of Rt. 12, close to the highway but buffered by trees. No obvious road noise. Nice wide pull-through sites, enough to park tow vehicle and car side by side. Located right next to a golf course, our site backed up to a nice green area. Flying golf balls not a problem. We tried to use the free Wi-Fi, but it was inconsistent, dropping out for hours at a time and coming back only intermittently. There are permanent residents and seasonal RVers in this park, but there is no run-down feeling. We chose Yakima and this park to visit Mt. Rainier National Park. It is about 80 miles west. We would stop here again.
RV park is located at the north end of Lincoln City. Has easy access from Rt. 18 from Salem, OR. Located on an incline, the sites are terraced, about 75' long, plenty long enough for our truck, fifth wheel and car. Paved sites are separated by grassy areas and gravel. They are a bit close, but OK. However, the interior lanes are a little narrow and turning into our site was tight! Has good electricity, water pressure 52 PSI, good Wi-Fi, and plenty of open sky for TV satellite dish. Close driving distance to the beach and stores. Very friendly staff.
Located on a one way street right next to I-5. Highway noise is definitely noticeable, even at night. Lovely landscaping, long concrete pull-thrus in addition to back-in sites. Close to restaurants, grocery stores, etc. Very good Wi-Fi. Unobstructed view of southern sky for TV satellite dish.
We asked for a satellite friendly site and were shown to A-1, right on the front row. It was not long or wide enough to park our car, truck and trailer. So, we parked the car in an overflow area. Not a problem. The site was not level. Our trailer has a Bigfoot leveling system, so we do not have to deal with boards. However, once the system leveled the trailer, the wheels on the right side were 4 inches off the ground. They provide free Wi-Fi through Tengo. But we were "kicked off" twice during our week long stay for using too much bandwidth. When we did have service, it was slow. This park is in the woods, so be prepared for mosquitoes in July. Staff was great!
We have a 40 foot fifth wheel, a long tow vehicle, and a car, so we always prefer a long pull through site. This park certainly met our need. Within the last couple of years, the owner converted a portion of a very large pet area into 2 pull through sites that are at least 100 feet long and 30 feet wide. Our site was gravel and very level. Road noise was noticeable, but not annoying. And at night, it was very quiet. Wi-Fi was good. The owner and her family were extremely kind and friendly.
As we were on our way south, this was an ideal two-night stop for us, easy off and easy onto I-35. The owner checked us in and was very pleasant and accommodating. We have a very long rig and he put us in a pull-through site that worked well. Breakfast at the I-35 Cafe was delicious and reasonably priced. Interstate highway was right there, but the noise was not intrusive.