We stayed in this park for 4 nights while visiting friends in Hendersonville. The park is located in a desirable area near the interstate but without any noise from it. The park is also home to numerous residences. The transient sites were in the lower area and were gravel pull throughs for the most part. There are many guests who come up here for the season. The sites are level and wide enough. The staff was very friendly and available 24 hours by phone if need be. The park has a workout room, meeting room and very clean rest rooms and showers. The Wi-Fi by our site was marginal but we were able to get our email. Sending it was slow. I would come back to this park if in the area again. The park is well maintained and clean.
We stayed at this park for one night. It is located by a river and is very well maintained. The sites are gravel and of a good size. The location is beautiful and one can sit outside if the weather permits and enjoy the beautiful area around you. The Wi-Fi is at the office and works very well. The restrooms are immaculate and the laundry is also immaculate. The laundry is very reasonable with two washers and two dryers. The staff is very friendly. If I come back to this area I would like to stay here for several days.
This is a beautiful campground. We have been on the road for three weeks on a cross country trip. This is one of the nicest and well maintained camps we have stayed at. The Wi-Fi is excellent at our site. The physical beauty is a ten. The sites are grass with a combination of pull throughs and back ins. The staff is friendly and efficient. We stayed here a few days after the Labor day holiday so we had the camp to ourselves. There were several other rigs but we never saw anyone else. There is no cable TV, however the antenna brought in about 6 channels with very good clarity. I would definitely stay here again.
This park is part of a hotel that has a water park and restaurant associated with it. The RV park is gravel with no trees or barriers and has some grass between some of the sites. it is along Interstate 94 not far from Fargo ND. The staff at the hotel was friendly however not knowledgeable about the sites hookups 50amp and 30 amp. When she gave me my site assignment the map said it was a 50 amp site. i asked her it if also had 30 amp and she said it did not. She informed me I would need an adapter. She then reassigned me to a 30 amp site. When I parked I checked the original site and found that while it was a 50 amp it also had 30 amps as most RV sites will have if they have 50 amp. The Wi-Fi was excellent and videos on YouTube could be watched without problem even in the early evening when most people would be on their computers. If you are looking for a one night stay along the interstate this is not a bad spot for one night. Certainly not a destination.
When we pulled up to this park it looked very nice from the sites we could see out near the street. We were assigned a site towards the back of the park in sort of a wasteland. The sites were spacious enough but the area had a sleazy feel. The staff while friendly, were very unkempt in appearance and were wearing the same dirty t-shirts both days we were here. The Wi-Fi worked well in the morning but poorly in the afternoon and evening. If I were to return to this area I would stay at the national park campground even though it doesn't have hookups.
We stopped at this park for one night. The sites are adjacent to a hotel where you check in. For one night this is a nice park. The sites are in the open and very large. The surrounding area is all grass and the sites are gravel. The laundry room was very clean. There were two washers and two dryers. The Wi-Fi worked very well. The park was clean and seemed well maintained. Not the type of park I would want to spend more than a day or so in. I would return.
We stayed at this campground for one night while passing through. The park is rather large and has a large amount of full time residents. The transients like us were put in an open area without any shade. The sites were large and level. The park is convenient to shopping, gambling, if that is your thing and overall not a bad place to spend a night. The staff was friendly however they were rushed due to a large amount of check ins. The Wi-Fi was almost useless even in the early morning when most people aren't using it. I would stay here again if only for a night.
This is a very well maintained park that sits adjacent to highway 20 in central Oregon. The sites are large and level gravel pull throughs and back ins. We were in a site near the highway, but for one night it was very nice and not too noisy. If I were to be staying longer I would ask to be moved further away from the road. The staff was pleasant and accommodating. I would stay at this park again without hesitation.
This is a very nice park. It is very well cared for, the lawns are cared for very well. The sites are either gravel if you are in a full hookup site or grass if you are in a water and electric site. I found the full hookup sites to be very close together and not conducive to eating out at the tables provided. The back in sites along the river are a good size and if I returned I would request one of these. The Wi-Fi was adequate and worked best early in the morning when most people were not on their computers. There is a walking path that is across a bridge on a small island near the sites. The physical beauty of the campground is what we liked best about it. There were many campers here who come to stay for several weeks and enjoy the local area. There is much to see around Salmon ID and North Fork ID so if you are in the area take advantage of it. The staff in the office was very friendly and helpful. The office has a gift shop of all sorts of items from jewelry to clothing. There were very limited RV supplies however there is a store in Salmon that sells a better selection of RV supplies if they are needed. All in all a very good park and one to which I would return.