We stayed at the Driftwood RV Park for two nights in really rainy, windy weather. The park was adequate, but really basic. We did get a discount for Good Sam, although there was a charge of $1.50 for Wi-Fi and $1.50 for cable TV. However, both came in very clear. They do not accept credit cards, so bring cash. While we were here, we did have dinner at Jimellas at Klipsan Beach. It was really good!! We also were toured the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, and climbed up the North Head Lighthouse. We have a 36-footer and the pull-through site was easy in and out.
We stayed two nights at the Mono Vista RV Park. We were in space #10, a pull through space right next to the office. It was easy in and out. The spaces were a bit tight, but totally adequate. The showers were operated by a token, which is given to you when you register. You get five minutes of hot water, and you had better be done with the rinse, because the cold water is an eye opener! I guess Wi-Fi is available, but costs something like $5.00 per day. The check in person couldn't tell me much about it, so I didn't use it. We drove into Yosemite from here and checked out Mono Lake.
We love this resort! It is out in the country, very quiet and has a great golf course. The managers and hosts are very nice. We have a 36' fifth wheel and the pull-through spaces were just fine. There is no cable TV and you are only able to get Wi-Fi at the clubhouse. The golf course was not busy (I think we were the only ones out there), but they do host a lot of tournaments and get togethers in the summer. This was the second stay for us and we will be back. Just follow the signs from the intersection in the town of Likely, and have a good time!
Benton Oaks RV is right next to the fairgrounds in Corvallis. This is a very basic RV park, but very adequate. Don't try to stay there if there is an OSU game scheduled, because it will be totally booked. We didn't see any other RV parks in Corvallis, so this tends to be the place to be if you are traveling by RV and need to spend a night in Corvallis. It was very quiet when we were there, but don't know how it would be if there was something big going on at the fairgrounds.
This is a really nice RV park. The spaces were asphalt with a "green" area next to the rig. Unfortunately, the green area was all weeds. The restrooms and laundry area were very clean and well kept, the marina was great for walking, and the camp host was very personable. We walked to the aquarium and nearby shopping area. We had dinner at Mo's Annex in old Newport and recommend it. Wi-Fi was available, but cost $4.99 per day.
We camped in space #14, located near the front of the park. The park is on a hill, but we went slowly and did not encounter any problems. I agree with a previous reviewer about the trees. At any rate, the managers were very pleasant, the laundry was efficient, and the restrooms were clean. We were only able to get Wi-Fi in the laundry room/community room. Cable TV was good. This is a great location: quiet, close to Gig Harbor, with lots of bike trails. We would definitely stay here again.
The Blue Sky RV Park is located just minutes from I-90, but is so well protected by the trees, that you really don't hear the traffic. We were visiting family in the Seattle area for three days and found it very convenient to have such convenient access to I-90. The park appears to be mostly full time residents, with some sites for travelers. The sites were quite narrow, but adequate. There were several large dogs (labs) running loose, depositing their business wherever they chose. We had reserved a pull thru site (#40),and when we arrived, found our name on the board with the space #, but without directions on how to best enter it. We took the wrong driveway, and ended up backing our 36' fifth wheel into the spot. The driveways are a bit tight! We would probably choose to stay there again for a night when in the Seattle area.
This is a very nice RV park! Even the registration process was pleasant with a very nice, helpful person. The site had grass, trees, a patio, and a picnic table. Best of all, the neighbors sewer thing was screened by shrubbery. The sites were large, easy to pull into, easy to navigate around the park, and everything was so clean. We were able to walk a couple of blocks to town for some shopping and go to the Discovery Center. It was expensive, but worth it. We did receive a 10% discount with our Good Sam membership.
It should be noted that the sign to this RV park says "Greys River Cove RV Park & Tavern". Wednesday night is Karaoke night! The tavern (where you register) is located between the RV park and the highway. The sites were easy to pull into, but very tight. If we had used the awning, I think it may have touched the motor home next to us. The sites are gravel with bits of grass. However, the managers were pleasant and the washers and dryers worked. I just wish the tavern had closed earlier, because it was just too loud for too long.