This RV park was an oasis for us. Our tow vehicle broke down in Redding and we stayed at the Premier RV Redding campground for two nights over a weekend while our truck was repaired. The park was great. Very clean, quiet, and great amenities. Our two kids loved the pool and we loved the clean grassed sites ( many pull throughs). The restrooms and showers were spotless and extremely well taken care of, best i've ever seen in fact. On the Monday that we were due to checkout the Ford dealer was not able to complete the repairs until 3pm and the owners were very accommodating and understanding, allowing us to stay in the site well past check out, without extra fees or even a worry. Thanks premier RV Resorts, Redding, for a wonderful and pleasant stay! The park is also behind a water slide park which kept the kids busy for a full day...
Stayed here one night and wished we hadn't. This is a very large RV park that caters to the water sport crowd. Very noisy, lots of partying, and way overpriced. The featured pool was not usable by us because it closed early in the evening and didn't open until 11am, well past when most people are checked out by. Although it seems well run, the sites are very close, and there are lots of drunks walking around. We did not feel safe here.
We stayed her for an overnighter, check-in was fast and friendly, and pull through sites were welcomed. Beyond that, it's not great. The sites are level and long enough but are gravel and pretty narrow. There are no picnic tables or any site improvements. There is a children's playground, but it's rather limited and old and tailored for toddlers. It's about 5 mins off I-5 so it's convenient. There is a bit of road noise off Hwy 12, and there are trains that run occasionally on the other side of the highway. The internet Wi-Fi works well. It was good for a night, but it needs more trees and grass.
We've stayed here 3 times now, each time for 3-5 days. It's a great campground in the Oliver area set amongst tall pine trees. Most of the sites are nicely spaced and the park is kept very clean. The private lake is quite nice, but the KOA access is a fairly small beach. The park is good for kids, it would receive a higher rating than an 8 if it had an updated payground and a pool. Other than that, it is a beautiful park, and does not feel like a private campground. The location is wondeful for winery tours and walks. Be careful with the tall grasses because 3 kids with us had ticks on them after a short walk. (Not the KOAs fault)
We've stayed here twice and have found this KOA a good weekend or overnight stop. It is clean and pleasant, the sites were a little old but not bad. The kids enjoyed the indoor pool and the playground. We stayed here also at Easter in 2007 and the campground put on a real fun egg hunt for the kids. The campground is convenient to I-5, but 5 mins away, so it's nice and quiet.
Our family loves camping for long weekends at the Lynden KOA. The family that owns it cares about their campers and it shows. They offer wonderful activities, the kids love the mini golf, the pool (which is spotless), the pond, the playground... They have a small cafe which serves lunches and coffees. Many weekends through the summer they have special events for families. The small dutch town of Lynden is very quaint and pleasant to walk around. Mount Baker is a half an hour away and the campground is on the doorstep to the Canadian border. Highly recommended!