The sites are gravel and flat. Kind of narrow with about 15 to 20 feet between the sides of units. There are 30 RV sites with about half with 50 amp power. Rest are 30 amp. Thirty amp voltage is reading 121 with no load. Tent sites about 20 +/-. Good WiFi and a clear shot for DirecTV. The signage coming from the north is non-existent. Barking dogs are not controlled and there is a lot of US 101 traffic noise. Campground is neat, dogs might be a problem?? I cannot compare this park against any other as this is our first trip on this route.
The best KOA we have been in in 15 years of travel. There are dozens of cottages, hundreds of ten sites, deluxe sites with trees, 80 to 90 85 foot pull throughs in an open fields. Super Wi-Fi, good DirecTV reception. Free pancake breakfast on weekends in the summer season will many other food choices for cheap prices. Great staff, clean, dogs and people well controlled. Excellent laundry, playgrounds, game fields, an internet cafe. Every site is flat. Most excellent in every respect but pricey. We will come back again.
Some would rate this campground a 10, and others much like I have. We got the last site at noon on a Thursday, and could only book for one night. That was no problem. There is no clear sky for DirecTV, poor Sprint phone service and our site was much like most state parks and tipping in one or another direction. Not all sites this park are like that however. It was very quiet with no barking dogs as in many parks. We are in a 38 foot motorhome. As travelers and not campers - we would not come back here or stop at any Oregon State Campgrounds.
Very Good. About 20 sites on good gravel [back ins] and the rest long grass pull throughs. Very quite, excellent WiFi [at least near the office] Did not check further out. Suggest a person inspect the sites before committing to one. Some look at mobile homes of low income wage earners. Two sites [12+13] can't get DirecTV but others look ok. Across 101 from a super ACE/clothing/food store all in one. Good eating places all less than a quarter mile. On returning on that route it would be my choice again. Laundry room clean and host above average.
This is one of the best run, cleanest RV parks we have stayed in during the 15 years of motor homing. In 2007 we visited every park in Port Angles and Sequim. This is the only one we would long term camp in. Have been here three months beginning in June. The hosts are the best. Most are retired military and go way out of the way to help and serve you. The internet is DSL - just hook up and it is on. No passwords or hassle to get it running. Is included in the park cost. Great senior center several hundred feet away that has all kinds of programs going on. A good small restaurant in the senior center. Great selection of restaurants within walking distance. Nearby is a good gym and the towns recreation center has a huge pool, many types of work out rooms and activities. Many good "visiting" places around the bay and on the islands. It is rain forest land so many days of broken rain and sun. Many good hiking trails in the nearby National Forest. We are in a motorhome. Probably will not come back due to 3000 miles from winter quarters and not because of the park or area.
200 FEET FROM I-90. Site 6/7 has a reversed 30 amp polarity. Owner notified but still rented it out. Owners dog has free run of campground. Noise is very bad. Picnic tables in too bad a shape to use. Not able to use DirecTV. Trees.