The owners/managers were pleasant. The park doesn't seem like much, but is great for an overnight stay, especially for $20. We didn't need the sewer for $5 more. The pool looked clean, showers/bathrooms were clean, the sites were fairly level with gravel. Most of the sites were side by side. We would stay here again if in the area.
The owners were very nice, but the park is a bit overpriced. We were going to take a site with only water & electric, for $6/night less, but they all had a "hump" going thru them so we couldn't have gotten level, plus they were grassy sites and if it rained it would have been a mess. We had to take a w/s/e site for the additional money, and the $39 is after a Good Sam discount. The Wi-Fi works if you are close to the office and the cable was fine, other than that there weren't any other amenities. We would look for another campground in the area, there were several before we would stay here again.
The sites were somewhat level and large gravel pieces. There was no Wi-Fi signal from our hotspot or any cell service (with ATT). Cable and electric were an additional charge. The park was down a steep drive behind a mountain and four miles from the highway. The bathrooms were "being remodeled". We didn't use them, just looked in on them. We would not stay here again, even though we used Passport America.
I was concerned with the other reviews, but this park is very clean and well run. It included an extensive Cable channel line up, the Wi-Fi reached our rig. We were in site #28, site was reasonably level. The bathrooms were very clean and included individual large dressing areas within the showers. We had a pull through site and the hook ups were too far back to have left our tow car attached. It didn't matter to us, since we were here a couple of nights. We would definitely stay here again.
We used this campground as a base camp to visit the Columbia Gorge and surrounding areas. Need to remember that you have to go west on the interstate then turn around to go east. The sites were paved, but most of them weren't quite level. We were able to use our ATT cell phones and our MiFi hotspot worked well. Only a couple of TV stations from the antenna. My husband used the bathrooms/showers and they were clean, but they were cold also. We camped on the row beside the interstate, the traffic was constant but not unbearable. If we had gotten a site closer to the river, the trains would have been louder. Even though no train horns, there were a lot of them. We would stay here again, if in the area.
Paved, level sites with plenty of room between sites. The waterfront sites are extra and they charged extra for 30 or 50 amp service. Wifi and ATT cell service worked great. The staff was helpful and the onsite restaurant/bar serves the best pizza. The park is well maintained and a few permanent residents that aren't an issue as the park is pretty large. Not much in the town, we used it as a base to visit the Oregon Dunes and other drives along the coast.
Beautiful view. Level, grassy sites. No AT&T cell service or TV from antenna. We used Passport America, but had to pay per day for their Wi-Fi and cable, if you wanted a waterfront site. I was disappointed that they kept adding fees to the base rate. Probably would try to find another campground. There are several others on Hwy 101 in that area.
This is a no frills campground. The owners very helpful. Grassy, level sites. Clean restrooms / showers and plenty of room. We were able to receive AT&T cell service, but no TV from the antenna and no Wi-Fi. We would stay again using Passport America.
Friendly staff, level gravel sites. The WiFi is great and includes a limited amount of cable channels. A little difficult to get to but we found it. Our site is shaded and very nice size. We would stay here again and used Passport America.
The staff was friendly. Yes, there was an odor in the office, but we didn't stay there long enough to be a problem. The sites were concrete pads, level, and close together. Ours had shade. The Wi-Fi did not work on any of our 3 different devices or a couple of neighbors. We stayed 2 nights and used this as a base to visit Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Also, used Passport America for the lower rate.
This was a very nice campground, or RV park, for a lot of permanent residents. The hot mineral spring pool & spas were wonderful. Sites were level and no shade. Helpful staff over the phone as we didn't arrive until after the office closed. It was not an easy on/off from I-10 which is the reason I am only rating it a 9. We used Passport America for a lower nightly rate.
Excellent campground, level, paved sites. There were some permanent sites in a different section, used for seasonal winter guests, but not an issue in May. Nice pool, restrooms, and spa. We would definitely stay there again and used Passport America.
This was only one step above boondocking since we had electric. The restrooms were in the 24hr truck stop; didn't use them. The sites were gravel and level. There were a few full timers. There were no other campgrounds nearby, so we stayed here for one night using Passport America.
Friendly staff and easy on/off to I-10. Not much noise from the interstate, a lot of workers but not a problem for us. Level sites, no shade, and the internet didn't reach our site. Would stay there again using Passport America.
Staff was friendly and helpful. The sites had concrete pads and backed up to a small fishing lake, no charge. No shade. The only disadvantage is that it is quite a ways from I-10. We stayed 2 nights so wasn't a big deal. Wouldn't stay for just one night, even using Passport America.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. Our site was not level and there was a problem with the 30 amp electric. The restaurant on site was very good. We would stay here again for an overnight using Passport America.
Paved and level sites, some shade. Their showers were the nicest that I have seen and had to be designed by campers. The rate reflects the average of Passport America and a Good Sam discounts. We stayed 3 nights.
Should have believed the other reviews. The rate reflects the average of two nights, one with a Passport America discount and the other a pricey nightly rate. The site was not level and the wifi was an additional fee. We would not stay here again.
The rate reflects Passport America. The sites were a little short for our tow dolly, needed a couple of blocks but paved. They were also narrow but we were touring during the day. Quite a few full time residents, but not a problem. The bathrooms were older but very clean. Convenient to I-75 exit.
We had a site on the third row, but could still view the freighters going by. Our site was grassy and fairly level. A lot of summer regulars that were very friendly as well as the staff. No sewer but dump station available. Only about a mile from Soo Locks, so convenient to visit them.
We stayed here while touring Mammoth Cave. The rate reflect Passport America. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The sites were sloped somewhat so we had to use blocks, plus it rained and the sites were dirt. Great inexpensive place to stay, only 5 miles from Mammoth Cave so very convenient.
The campground & staff was nice. Several permanent residents. The showers had mosquitoes, the door was always open, maybe since it was hot and there isn't any air conditioning. Also, there was not separate dressing area in the showers. It was clean, level rock based sites. Wi-Fi and cable were good.
It was OK for an overnight stop, and there wasn't anything else. We didn't unhook, and there wasn't anything within walking distance. Looked at the bathrooms, the pipes were pretty old, so didn't use them. The wi-fi worked well and didn't have any problems.
It is fine for an overnight stay, pull throughs are narrow, our slide was on the site next to us, luckily it was vacant. It had a clean pool, we didn't use it. My husband said the bathrooms were clean. The Wi-Fi signal was only in the office area, not through out the park. The help in the office kept us waiting for 5 minutes to check in while she was having a personal phone call with her husband. I can tell you what they were having for dinner! There were quite a few of long term residents, they left for work at 6am. We used Passport America, so it was fine for $14 and one night.
This campground was OK for an overnight stay. Since we didn't unhook, there was no place within walking distance. We used Passport America, thus the lower rate. My husband used the bathroom and shower and said it was OK. It wouldn't have been worth full price of $28.
This was a large commercial park, but nice. Staff was friendly and helpful. We used Passport America, thus the lower rate and only stayed one night. It was easy on and off the interstate. The only problem was the 3 am train horn!
This was a nice park. The owners were very nice and helpful. We used Passport America, thus the lower rate. My husband used the bathroom and shower and said it was clean. I don't know why others gave it such low ratings.
This park would be OK for an overnight stay, no more. We stayed 2 nights to we could go to the Petrified Forest. The sites are close together, we didn't sit outside as we were too close to the next unit. Plus it has a lot of local workers that start their trucks early in the morning. We used Passport America discount, definitely not worth the full price.
This is more of a long term park with permanent residents. The sites are very tight & uneven. The cable on our site was broken, so we had to extend a cable to the next site, luckily it was unoccupied. I would not stay there again, at least the restrooms were clean and the staff was very nice, but that was it!