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08/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
A really awesome state park. Many big rig friendly sites, as well as sites for smaller rigs. One of the few state parks I have seen with Wi-Fi service (fee). Caution on picking your site. There is NO cable TV here, and antenna will bring you ONE channel. So if you bring your satellite dish, bring the portable one, so you can move it out of the trees to get a signal. Great berry picking in season (August), and river trails along the Rogue River. Very friendly staff too. We love this place.
08/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
We stayed here for almost 3 weeks and loved it. Site #12 is an awesome back-in site that will accommodate a large rig, and fronted directly on the river. Nicest site in the park. This site rates a solid 10. Many of the others were not nearly as desirable. Only about 5 sites directly front the river, and #12 is by far the best. Nice friendly folks, guide you to your site. Quaint little town of Rogue River is walking distance from the park. For the record, this park is NOT in Grants Pass, but in Rogue River. Mailing address is Grants Pass, but not location of park.
07/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
The Ritz Carlton of RV Parks. From the moment you arrive, until the day you sadly have to leave, they treat you like royalty. Wonderful large sites, with ample width for the biggest coaches, and still room to park a tow comfortably. Many sites front a beautiful grass and forest area. Some face the oceanfront, and the least expensive are along the highway 101 access. Superb WI-FI connection at each site is available complimentary (they used to charge, but it was complimentary on this summer's visit). Excellent cable service, and they even deliver a daily newspaper and newsletter to your door daily. "Room service" is available from their deli in case you don't feel like cooking. Huge indoor pool, as well as outdoor pool, indoor and outdoor spas, exercise facility, and state of the art laundries. I always love visiting this place. My biggest disappointment is having to leave.
04/2008
rating [ 1/10 ]
An old KOA park that has been allowed to totally run down. Could be such a gem, as location is wonderful, close to shopping, restaurants, and clubs. Dirt sites with some renovated electric work done. We had to use a power regulator. I wish some group would purchase this park, and upgrade it.
05/2008
rating [ 3/10 ]
Extremely tight spaces. Ocean view is not really ocean, but more a small bay inlet. "Bayfront sites are outrageous in price. This place calls itself the "Ritz" of RV Parks. That is a supreme stretch. Would not stay here again. Overpriced, to stay on a dirt lot. Big rigs beware. Very tight. Our 40' rig barely fit into our deluxe site, and there was absolutely no room to park the car. It had to be parked in a lot next to the RV park. Wi-Fi worked well, as did CATV. The rest of the park was a huge disappointment.
07/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Fairly roomy sites for a in city park. Nicely grassed areas, many trees, lots of shade. This is a plus and minus, depending on whether you use a satellite dish. Many sites block access, and the park cable system is only the basic networks, so keep that in mind when reserving. Excellent Monthly and weekly rates too. We have camped here the last 2 summers, and love this park. Nice pools, friendly staff (though once parked, they don't like to move you to another site). Exceptionally clean and well run. Many very large sites for big rigs. Other pluses are shopping center across the street, EZ I-5 access, close to downtown Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR. Only minuses are plane and train noise, and when there is an event at the auto racing track nearby, it can be noisy. If you are here on the 4th of July, it is an awesome place to view the fireworks.
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