I really like this park also. Been here 3 different years on our way up and down Highway 97. We plan our trip with a stop at this park. Great owners. They take special care of the park. Many large pull-throughs. Most fairly level. Camped in 40 ft coach with toad. Backs on pine forest with great walking trails. Very pet friendly. Try it, you'll like it!!
Overall pretty nice park. Dirt sites and a dusty due to little rain. Number of pull throughs and wide, large, back in sites. We stayed in "E" site between large trees, nice shade, good satellite reception. Freeway noise and truck stop noise is noticeable. Constant drone in backgound but not overly objectionable. We would stay here again. Close truck stop makes refueling very convenient. Nice view of Shasta from our side window.
Concur with other reviewers. Overall nice park. No bugs in late September. Cold nights, pleasant days. Only park close to Crater lake with full hookups. Sites pretty level, nice wooded setting. Many sites allow satellite reception. Would stay there again.
Very nice State park. Superior to California State Parks in general. Weather great during our stay. Spacious pull through site for our 40 ft coach. No cable, or WiFi. 30amps at our site. Picnic table and fire ring at site. Very helpful at check in. Stayed in a walk-in site, did not make reservation. Camp nearly full but very quite in the full hook up area we were in. Bat wing antenna reception good but only one network channel. Satellite not likely due to trees. Lots of day time activities available. Hiking, fishing, beach combing, wind surfing, bird watching. Great shopping close by. Well equipped RV supply store in town. Stayed three nights. Would stay here again.
Nice camp ground. Many full timers but all very neat. Well cared for grounds. Camp sites a little close to each other but nicely laid out and plenty of room for a 40 ft coach and dedicated spot for a tow car to park. Concrete parking, asphalt drives, rock patio areas with table. Nice pet area. Spent two days in town and this was the nicest park we saw. Would stay here again.
Nice camp ground. Grass and gravel sites. WiFi intermittent. Lots of good sites for big rigs. Smaller rigs, under 30 ft can camp in the red woods area. Even if you can't camp in the woods, you will enjoy a walk through a beautiful new grow (probably 100 years old) forest. We camped in a 40 foot rig, about 75 feet from the edge of the forest in an open area with scattered trees. Short distance north of town was not a problem for us. In fact, it was an advantage. RV parks in town were parking lots, combat camping, and in the fog nearly all the time. Would choose this park again.
Overall nice park. Easy access from freeway, short drive north of Eureka. Nice seperation from other campers, pleasant souroundings, easy in and out for 40 foot coach with toad. Pleasant staff. Nice Mexican restaurant next door. Would stay here again.
This is another very nice COE park. Although they list pull through sites, you need to unhook because the sites are not long enough and entry is at a sharp angle. 50 amp sites are listed as pull through. Warning: The map shows the park at the wrong location. The directions are correct. I used three different GPS programs including Trailer Life and Streets and Trips and the all give the wrong directions and have the park located on the wrong side of HWY 6. The park is located SOUTH of WY 6, not north. North is a gated community with poor turn around for a 40 foot coach. We finally called and got the correct directions from a park employee. If heading east on HWY 6, the park is located to your right and is an easy entry. If heading west on HWY 6, take the off ramp to the right for Midway Park. Continue straight ahead and the road bears left UNDER HWY 6 to the park. Sites 1 to 4 are great with a lake front access but only 30 amps. Long level parking areas. We like #2. Large covered picnic areas with tables on slaps. Fire rings and free standing BBQ. Lots of shade trees. Nice boat ramp. Very nice, helpful COE employee. We only stayed one nite but would recommend this park for long or short stays. Wish the Federal Parks would take a lesson from the COE parks.
Beautiful wooded park with full hook-ups at sites. Many sites on the water with a place to tie up your boat if you are into fishing or water sports. Great separation between sites. Sites have long concrete pads with grills and fire pits. Most sites are shaded. We will be back when ever we are in this area. Park attendants are friendly and helpful.
A great campground! We will return when in this area. It is nicely laid out with plenty of room between camp sites. Tall trees with shade at nearly every camp site. Water access for boaters is available and many sites have water access. It is a great place to walk you dog and enjoy the country setting. We are seniors and the fee was only $9.00. We travel in a 40' coach with tow car and most camp sites would accommodate us without any trouble. There are only a couple of pull through sites but the campground is worth the trouble to unhook, if you need to do so. If you are looking for game rooms, pools, spas, planned recreation and activities, don't come. If you are looking for a beautiful setting, quiet camping, wooded area with lots of shade, big camp sites and friendly atmosphere, this is it.