There are three phases in this large campground. The first phase is open and would be good for campers with satellite. Phase two is much more appealing, but it's in the trees, so don't count on your satellite dish working. The resort offers cable, but it's pretty worthless, with maybe 8-10 clear channels. The third phase has a mix of trees and open space and was less crowded than the other two phases. The laundry facilities are not available after 5 PM, which was a disappointment. Overall, if we stayed there again, we'd try to stay in the third phase.
This park is on the Little Hoquiam river and there are 9 acres of river access. The sites are pretty tight and close together, but the staff is friendly and they pretty much insist on helping you get backed in, probably to keep things organized with their tight spaces. We had a level, gravel site. It's a great spot for an overnight or a few nights. The Wi-Fi is decent, but not great. We would stay there again for an overnight.
The only thing that this small park has going for it is the view and proximity to Lake Quinault. The sites are too close together and if the park had been full when we stayed there, it would have been very frustrating. The park is located next to the "World's Largest Spruce Tree," so there's a lot of foot traffic from people who come to see the tree and walk through the campground to get to the lake. The women's shower in the campground was a pay shower, but the men's not. There aren't any sewer hookups so they shouldn't be charging for showers, in my opinion, especially for the price. The "Wi-Fi" does not reach the campground, but you can use it in the office/store.
This park is small and right on the 101, but it's set back so there isn't much highway noise. We gave it a 6 because of the overall appeal. The main road in and out of the park is shared with a small trailer park, and the "grassy" areas between the sites are actually more weeds than grass. However, the park is under new ownership and the managers seem to take good care of the property as it stands now. It's a convenient place to stay and they do accept Passport America on weekdays. The rate is for PA and they do charge extra for pets and 50 amp service. We would stay again on an overnight, passing through the area.
This park gets a 7 because of the natural beauty. There are a lot of residents, but they are friendly. The park does not appear to enforce the residents to keep their sites tidy so it takes away from the overall appeal. Some of the sites are not very level and they are difficult to back into with all of the trees, especially in a class A over 36 feet. The restaurant is closed, but that information is correctly advertised on their website. The "tunnel" is actually a culvert that goes under the 101. The RV park is situated below the main resort area, so the reception, at least for Verizon, was next to nothing. There's free WiFi available at the office/restaurant building.
Of the ten or so RV parks we have stayed at in the past month on our travels up the coast of California and Oregon, this park, by far, was the best overall. The owners live on the property and tend to it well. If there are any long term residents, it's not evident. The showers and laundry facilities are clean and pleasant. The WiFi is super fast. The gym was a pleasant surprise, with all machines in working order. We were offered a cash rate of $33 per night for full hookups, but I would pay more and I have, for much less. We will stay here again.