During our stay, the trains came every 15 minutes, mostly long freight trains, day and night, most sites are pull thru with grass. While sitting outside in the morning, maintenance turned sprinklers on at our site and the neighbors who were packing to leave - we had to move inside due to sprinklers - they did not even ask, sprinklers are manual. There were numerous empty sites that did not have sprinklers going, almost like they wanted to have us leave. The park is clean, the speed bumps and hills within the park make it questionable as big rig friendly, depends on your experience.
We found this park over labor day weekend by referral. They do not advertise or have a website. Very friendly owners; they keep everything neat and clean. The park is all gravel, otherwise this would be a 10, without the amenities. Lots of shade trees and large pull-through sites, big rig friendly - we are in a 45'. Easy access to the Columbia River and surrounding areas of Washington Oregon border. We would stay again.