Convenient Park for our destination, but not really a destination park in and of itself. We will be off to the San Juan Islands so it worked fine. I love the bike path to town and the people are nice enough. The ocean view isn't much of a view. There is a huge refinery in front of us that takes away from the ocean serenity. If you just need a clean park to stay at while you investigate the San Juans, I would recommend it.
Dry camped and tight for big rigs. Couldn't find a private park this late in the season, but were tired and couldn't make it to our destination. It was a good overnight spot -better than a rest stop, that's for sure!
A very convenient park. Not huge in width, but it was perfect for our destination: Seattle. We wanted to see Seattle without having to drive it, and this worked perfectly. We drove to Bainbridge Island and walked on the Ferry. It was great. The people running the park were nice too.
We loved this resort! Easy access, big rig friendly, and quiet. I've never seen more accommodating owners too - super nice folks. They said they had renovated the entire park last year and it shows. Lovely flowers, beautiful little walk along a little lake with places to sit. The site was very large and we picked up our satellite and Wifi nicely. Easy out too. Although all parks in N. Idaho seem to have trains nearby, the line by this park runs along the highway, not inside the park, and is not heavily traveled- maybe 6 trains went by in a 24-hour period. It didn't bother us at all. This will be the place we return to in North Idaho.
Besides the 3-mile hairy one-lane steep grade down to the campground, it was very nice. I was scared half to death all the way down. Nice people and beautiful setting though. Lots of children, which is nice if you have little kids. We are just two adults, so prefer a more adult park. Like all parks in North Idaho, you could hear the trains running all the time, but they were more distant than the ones in Sandpoint.