We stayed here three nights while exploring the surrounding area. The pull-through sites near the grass area were huge. Our site needed a small amount of leveling. Very quiet park with very few people camping. Huge amount of digital over the air TV channels. A basic park but we would stay here again. All hookups at the site worked perfect. Staff at the store was friendly. Mexican fast food was a good cheap lunch.
A little hard to get into the park but doable. As the sign says, find an open spot, park, then go to the hotel desk to register. Saturday is busy, park fills up by late afternoon. Restaurant in small casino is very good and has large portions. The special on Saturday night is steak and lobster. Good price and great meal. This park is a great priced overnight stop on your way across Nevada. We would stay here again.
We found this park by accident looking for the park across the road. The park was newly opened and Wi-Fi only worked at the office. Pull-through sites are long enough so you don't have to unhook. The restaurant at the entrance to the park was good and reasonable. By far the best place to stay in town. We stayed here again three weeks later on our way home. I agree trash cans were hard to find.
OK for a day or two. Gravel sites mostly level. Mostly permanent rigs, but well kept. Some sites with river view. Sites close together with grass in between. Hosts very friendly and guides you to and into your site. Better then most parks close to the ocean.
Third time we have stayed hear, always for multible days. Great location for visiting the area. Portland to the west Columbia River all around. We like the pull throughs on the upper level. Many over air TV channels. ATT and Verizon coverage. Sites may need a little leveling on one side. There is train noise, this bothers some people.
Fairly level gravel sites. Some sites a little close together. Wi-Fi slow in the evenings. Office staff great. Great central location for visiting the the area. ATT and Verizon cell coverage. Many over air TV channels. We stayed four nights.
Our first time here and will definitely come back. Sites are larger than most campgrounds of this type. We picked our own site and got one of best in the park. Even though I had room to park my truck in front of the trailer the owner told me park in the site next to us and said he would not rent that spot. We had no problem with water pressure as others have said. I did not use a pressure regulator. Verizon cell phones will work at the store/office. They have a hot spot there. The owners of this park are the friendliest people I have ever met at an RV park. When I mentioned that if too many rigs were between me and the Wi-Fi antennas I received a very week signal and slow response he thanked me and said he would call the Wi-Fi company and have it checked out. I truly believe he will do this and was not just giving me an answer to placate me.
As the earlier reviews said this park is great. Lots of privacy. Every staff member was helpful and friendly. I noticed that as soon as a space was vacated a staff member came to clean and rake the gravel in the site even if not needed. Cable TV and Wi-Fi both worked great. Verizon cell coverage was week but worked. We stayed 5 nights and will definitely return.
This is a typical near the beach campground. Small sites and not much amenities. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel which was good because we had a lot of rain. Everyone on the staff was very friendly and helpful. I would have expected cable TV and free wi-fi for the price. There were at least 10 over air channels. We planned on spending three nights and stayed for five because of the central location to sight see.
The people who run the park could not have been more helpful or nice. After we set up, the gentleman came by and asked again if we needed anything. Interior roads are gravel and mostly level. We only planned on spending the night and did not want to unhook the trailer and the pull through sites fit my needs perfectly. I'm glad I went to this park.