Privacy of sites nestled among trees and a cheerful manager are the pluses for this park. The semi-paved roads are steep and have sharp curves (enough that my tail dragged). The semi-paved sites are narrow, short, and not very level. The water and electricity hookups are inconveniently on opposite sides of the site. The electricity had reversed polarity. The bathrooms were rather dark and dingy. The WiFi was almost unusably slow.
This is a typical urban park in an industrial setting along the highway and railroad. Most outstanding thing is the friendliness and flexibility of the owners. Sites are gravel and small but fairly level. Electrical, water, and sewer hookups are convenient. Wi-Fi is free but slow. Bathrooms are clean but a bit cramped. Laundry is especially convenient and relatively inexpensive.
The namesake glacier view is lovely, and there are enough trees and greenery to give the park a natural feel. The gravel roads and sites are plenty long and wide. The bathrooms, with plenty of hot water and soft music, might be the most peaceful and soothing in BC, despite being a bit small and dark. Water, sewer and electrical hookups are convenient. The Wi-Fi signal is strong, but the Internet connection is very slow.
Typical park along the highway with a bit of road noise and gravel roads and sites. Sites are not very level. Sewer, water & electrical hookups are convenient. WiFi is free, but slow. Bathrooms are freshly painted, clean, spacious and offer plenty of hooks and shelves. This is an OK place for a night along the way.
Host/owners are exceptionally cheerful, helpful, and flexible. The roads are gravel with a fairly tight turn. The pull-thru gravel site was plenty long and wide. Water, electric & sewer hookups are convenient. Wi-Fi is free and modestly fast. Bathrooms are clean. Showers are free and clean, but look a bit dated. Fires are allowed, and free firewood is provided.
Lovely views of snow-capped peaks were a treat. The roads and sites are paved and level. Electric, water & sewer hookups are convenient. The sites are plenty long, but a bit narrow. WiFi was strong and fast. Bathrooms were exceptionally clean, and showers were large and comfy. There is a cafe on-site with breakfast and sandwiches. The staff was very cheerful and helpful and flexible.
Location is lovely, overlooking the ocean, and close to Tofino and not far from Ucluelet; lots of trails and beaches nearby. Roads and sites are gravel, rather narrow, and not very level. Water and sewer hookups were fine, but electrical had reversed polarity. Bathrooms are clean, but open to the outside (cold) and kinda dark. WiFi was fast, but it costs extra; fortunately, they gave it to us free due to problems with the electrical hookup. Showers cost extra so we didn't try them.
Beautiful harbor side location, out of town yet close enough to visit. Quiet except during height of weekend, and hedges between sites give a private feel. Paved roads and level, gravel sites with excellent water, sewer, and electrical hookups. WiFi was very fast except during height of weekend. Very friendly staff.
The staff and other campers (about 1/2 are long-term residents) are very friendly. The level, gravel sites are narrow, but separated by strips of grass. Electrical, water and sewer hookups are very convenient. Wi-Fi was mostly very slow, but reasonably fast late at night. On top of the rather steep $40 per night price, they charge for showers, making this a fairly low value proposition. Convenient laundry facilities were a plus.
The gravel sites are long, level, smooth, and separated by grass strips, but just a little on the narrow side. Good electricity, water and sewer hookups. Good WiFi. Convenient to shopping, and even close to big stores like Costco. Bathroom is meticulously clean and large, but shower is unavailable after 9:00 pm. Owner is very friendly and helpful.
Location is great for exploring attractions like Pike Market & the Seattle Underground Tour. Park itself is a tight, paved parking lot, and none too smooth at that. Water, electricity & sewer hookups are just okay. WiFi is ok, but Internet connection is slow. Bathrooms are older, but they are clean, spacious, and have a good complement of hooks and shelves.
For an urban park, the location is great for exploring everything from downtown to Multnomah Falls. About 2/3 of the park is filled with permanent residents. Paved roads and paved, level sites are a plus, although the sites are a bit on the narrow side. Water, sewer, and electric hookups are well placed. Wi-Fi was pretty good. Rating gets dinged for the bathrooms & showers which are old, small, and lacking hooks in the shower stalls. Price reflects Good Sam discount.
This is a simple park with level, pull-through, gravel sites and good electricity, water and sewer hookups. The WiFi worked well using network "hotspot". The bathroom facilities are older and well used but clean and neat. The showers require quarters. The noise from Hwy 101 is pretty noticeable.
Roads and sites are paved and clean. Utility hookups are well designed and convenient. Showers and bathrooms are clean and spacious. However, the park is sandwiched between a rather industrial-looking waterfront, Hwy 101, and a casino (which wasn't interesting to us). On balance, the rating of 7 reflects high praise for the design and amenities, but tempered by the pedestrian location. Rate reflects AAA discount.
Although there is nothing fancy in this park, everything here is done right and done well. The location is convenient both for attractions like the redwoods and for the conveniences of town. Our pull-through site was level, and all hookups were well designed. Showers and toilet facilities were clean and spacious. The laundry and rec room are open 24x7. The only thing that keeps this from a higher rating are lack of some "high-end" features like paved roads and community activities.
Handy location in the midst of winery country, and extremely well tended grounds and sites are big pluses. Electricity, water, and Wi-Fi worked very well. Sewer dump station is easily accessible, well designed, and clean. It's a shame that such an otherwise lovely park has dingy, dirty restrooms and no showers. (Apparently showers are available during parts of the year, but not now). Staff was exceedingly friendly and helpful. Price reflects Passport America 50% discount.
The ocean view here is fantastic, but be aware of how windy it can be. This is more of a campground than an RV park, so don't expect your site to be flat or level. The restroom was a porta potty, so non-flushing. Fortunately it was clean. Sites have no hookups; there are spigots near the potties to fill your water tank. There is no cell phone service in the area, but you can make a phone call from the office for $1. There is no Wi-Fi service. If you enjoy a pretty view and don't mind roughing it for $24 a night, this is a good spot.
Location, location, location -- That's what you pay for here. The place is showing it's age for a park with such a high price. The bathrooms were clean, but with only two toilets in the men's room, sometimes there was a wait. Freeway noise was noticeable. Most of the sites were a bit tight for our 33' motorhome with 2 slides and a car in tow. Wi-Fi was slow but serviceable. I'd have rated it a 7, but the high price dropped it a notch.
This park is sparkling clean and neat as a pin! Easy access to the site on well maintained paved roads. Excellently placed electricity, water, and sewer hookups. From our RV, we had a view of the sun setting over the ocean and enjoyed lovely walks along the Pismo Creek and into town for dinner. This park is a bit pricey for our normal tastes, but it's nice that sometimes you do get what you pay for.
This campground is filled mostly with residential campers. The staff was very friendly, but none too efficient. Had to pay in cash as the don't accept credit cards. The bathroom/shower was bare-bones, not very clean, and lacked toilet paper. Water, electricity (30 amp), and sewer connections were all okay. The site was wide, with room for the RV, a concrete patio, and our car side-by-side.
We stayed one night on our way through, and enjoyed the easy access, good WiFi, and clean bath facilities. This is a simple, flat, gravel patch that does a very good job of providing easy accommodations for a short stay. Although we were not here long enough to interact with them, many signs suggest that there is probably also a vibrant community of long-termers.
This is a bare-bones park that served us well for a single night passing through. The rate reflects $22 for the site (including electricity) plus $8 for 2 adult entry fees. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
This park does a wonderful job of providing excellent accommodations and good value. Although it is not a "luxury" location, what is provides is pretty near perfect. It gets top marks for cleanliness; paved roads and pull-throughs; convenient, large, clean restrooms and showers; WiFi. We stayed here one night.
Cost for our four-night stay was high, but the site was 33' wide, had a concrete pad, shade trees, and was close to the bathrooms. Owners and staff were incredibly warm and helpful. Wi-Fi worked great. Showers were clean, if a bit small for a premium-priced park.
Clean restrooms & showers and good laundry facilities enhance this basic gravel lot campground. We were welcomed, checked-in, and escorted to our spot by an extremely friendly, helpful employee. Very good value for the price, which reflects a Good Sam discount.
RCW is a superb RV Resort and retirement community. Numerous activities are available, most organized by the long-term residents themselves. The only reason I do not give them a "10" rating is the poor WiFi service. Nightly rate reflects a 63 day stay (including separately charged electricity), and is net of a discount offered because we volunteer three days per week with Habitat for Humanity Tucson.