Gravel RV sites that are fairly level. Lots of permanents. When we were there the only available toilet was clogged and remained so during our stay. The door to the other restroom was locked. We don't know where the owners were. One checks in by filling out an envelope and putting it into a box. Took a while for the hot water for the shower to kick in. We stayed here overnight and would not consider staying any longer.
Attractive, clean, pleasant park. Good Wi-Fi but TV reception is spotty. Shower curtains open into the main part of the restroom so there's no privacy for dressing and undressing. Bring your quarters for the showers are 50 cents. We stayed overnight.
We spent three nights here. It is dirt and gravel with lots of trees. The restrooms and showers are clean and well maintained but not new. There is no TV, period, so bring a good book. We parked in our spot and were kicking back when there was a knock at our door. It appears our spot was previously given to someone in a motorhome who had gone sightseeing during the day. When they returned, there we were. They were given a different spot which solved the crisis but it seems management tends to be a little sloppy. Very kid friendly with a nice playground.
When we found out the RV park we were planning to stay at was closed we went Googling for another and landed on this one. We were tired. We'd already had a flat and a long day. The owner met us near the highway and lead us in. We would have never found it on our own. The park was gravel and level but dumpy. The owner was very pleasant and even helped us back our trailer into the spot. But this is an overnighter when you are tired and need to stop and nothing else.
Free waffles and coffee got this park a high rating. Of course the level, graveled sites, very pleasant manager and general cleanliness of the place helped. The bathrooms and shower look somewhat old but are well-maintained and clean. However, it will cost you 50cents for a six minute shower.
Very nice well-cared for park with many permanent residents. Being on the river is oriented to boaters and it has its own boat ramp. It is shady with lots of trees. We parked in a pull-through on well-kept lawn. The sites along the river have great views, but look cramped. We had a nice time sitting along the river eating ice cream sandwiches purchased from the general store. We'd stay here again.
When we got there the manager was not around albeit she did finally show after about 15 minutes. We went to the pull through overnight space which was very narrow when trying to avoid parking on the concrete slab which is a patio I guess. It is all dirt and the sites are uneven. Many permanent residents there. The most appalling thing is the restrooms and showers are literally unisex. If you don't mind taking a shower or using the restroom with an unknown member of the opposite sex, fine. I went back and used the one in our travel trailer.
The park is easy to find being right on the highway. It has a thick layer of gravel with no dirt showing through. The restrooms/showers are clean and look new. The view of the cliff overlooking the park is awesome.
It might have been to our detriment that this was the first real RV Park we stayed at. (I don't count the one in Tonopah, NV). That is because this is the best one we stayed at on the whole trip. It is not a Passport America park but the rate is very reasonable. We were especially impressed by the showers which are actually private 3/4 bathrooms.
The host was friendly and the restrooms and showers were clean. But if Wi-Fi and cable are important don't stay here. But if you like green grass and shady trees it's for you. It's fine for overnight although there is highway noise.
Finding the park was challenging, but a phone call to the host solved that. The host and hostess were very congenial and helpful. The park itself was spacious. The laundry and bathrooms were both very clean. And the showers were hot which has become a relative luxury on this trip.
It is a very good overnight park because it was close to the freeway and has convenient access but the noise was not a problem. It is a very pleasant park, but we couldn't get the cable hookup to work and the showers didn't get very hot.
I wish I could give this park a higher rating but it is rundown. The restrooms were out of toilet paper and did not look very clean and the trash cans were full. However, the elderly lady who runs the place was very nice and friendly and the setting of the park is very bucolic. Also the park itself was clean with no trash laying around. Cell phone service was spotty and, unless you have a satellite, there is no TV. We were able to get two stations on the radio, however. We enjoyed our stay here. It is certainly out of the way and quiet. And about the only park for many miles.
We found the park to be clean, friendly and well-maintained. It is a bit awkward to get to. Going on Hwy. 75N taking exit 45 you must immediately get into the left hand lane because you must make a left turn almost immediately out of fast traffic. The turn is almost impossible to spot on a dark night. We stayed here 5 nights for a nephew's wedding festivities.