Rate reflects monthly rate which includes cable, water and sewer. Electricity is billed separately. The park is a very nicely kept park with concrete pads that are quite level and sites up where we are decent size, not huge but comfortable. Grass at almost all sites and all is constantly maintained. The bathrooms are spotless and everything works perfectly. What the park isn't is a destination park with "stuff" to do, no playground or swimming pool or spa. It is a well kept park close in for visiting the greater Portland/Beaverton area. Especially at the monthly rate it is a good value. We will most likely stay here again when visiting our daughter and granddaughter.
Very nice park with paved sites full hookups, and nice landscaping. Not as noisy as we expected being that it's next to the interstate, Quieted down nicely at night. Very close to the city zoo and the Cowboy National Museum. We would stay here again. Rate reflects
Good Sam discount.
The 50 amp pull through sites are a good size with dividers and plantings between sites. Plantings are young but a decent size. These sites are undergoing upgrades to the landscaping. They have a concrete patio and table and chairs also. If you like deer you will love these sites as a large herd of deer including at least one buck lives in the fields next door. The people here are very friendly and while there are several long term units they are kept up and no "stuff" piled around as so often happens. We will stay here if in the area again.
Wow what a rate for full hookups including cable! Off season and GS discount. Now downside not much in the way of landscaping, not uncommon in the high plains, the clubhouse and bathrooms were closed for the season along with the pool. Casino is nice and the buffet isn't bad either. We will stay here again when in the area.
All gravel sites with alternating sites so drivers sides face each other and utilities in-between. On the opposite side bushes and screens separating sites. Sites pretty level a good size. It is a comfortable fit with slides on both sides of our rig. Dog run was one of the best we have seen. They have a board in the office/store with coupons for many local businesses, including a winery and pizzeria almost next door. Short walk for some good to great wines and very nice prices. Wine tasting is free and the pizza was great also. We will stay here again when in the area.
All dirt sites, Huge, especially the back in sites across the back. Downside to these sites is the neighborhood behind with barking dogs at times. Older park that they are doing upgrades on will have to see how they go. Quite a few long term residents, but the sites were generally kept up so the trashy look we are all used to wasn't there. We would stay again if in the area.
Gravel sites that are almost as large as those in state parks but more level and grass at all sites. One neat thing was nose in parking so you can take advantage of the view out over the lake from our windshields. Sewer is set on both sides so trailers can back in. There is a big hill in the middle of park covered in trees which, at his time of year, have turned and made for wonderful leaf peeping. Normal parks would have flattened the hill and put a bunch of pull throughs in to ruin the beautiful setting. We would stay here again.
All gravel sites but pretty level. We had to pay attention to keep from over doing it with the jacks. Pool is closed during this time of year. Very interesting store and wonderful people working here. We would stay again.
As previous poster stated very nice park and great people work here! Paved pull through sites that are pretty level. The downside is the all hours trains. So if train noise bothers you don't stay. If train noise isn't big deal you will love it here. We were able to sleep fine, but just falling asleep was sometimes slow due to the trains.
As far as environment typical TTN/NACO; this is not a resort. Think of it as more like a state or county campground where the sites are spreadout more and the natural fauna is left in place. Lots of wildlife in the campground, kit foxes, deer and some of the largest crows I have ever seen. Staff was frindly and everything worked while we were there. Wi-Fi is at the lodge only. We were in section D and my Sprint aircard and AT&T cell worked from the campsite.
We picked the park for how close it is to the Honda Center, walking distance, since my wife was here for the Women of Faith conference. It proved to be a great choice, clean, friendly staff and reasonable size sites. Remember we are in the big city so you are not going to be spreadout, but compared to several others in the area this is much better. Our motorhome is 36' and has 2 slides. While price may seem a little steep you have to remember this is a tourist area. Our rate reflects having 1 dog with us and an AAA 10% discount.
We have stayed here many times; one of our favorites! As others have stated it is not cheap, but even the state and county parks are getting expensive with no amenities. We especially like the indoor spa for adults only; with it no matter what the the weather there is a nice place to hangout, and we always meet interesting people while at the park.
Great people and a very nice campground. we were here with a group of 30 rigs on the upper level. We have now stayed one row away from hwy 46 and have to agree it was a little noisy. We were 2 rows farther away in May and hardly noticed the road noise. They have built a new adult only spa area on the upper deck also and it is very nice. As always the place was always well kept and clean. The people that work there are all wonderful to be around.
As others have said this is not a resort! What it is, is a wonderful rustic area with tons of wildlife around! We saw deer everyday we were here including several bucks. The lake is low this year, like most CA reservoirs. The sites are not terribly level especially for longer rigs. So if you have an issue with leveling make sure you have something to assist you in the process. We were fortunate and the weather couldn't have been better, cool at night and low to mid 70's during the day.
We were here for a Mother's Day special. They did a great job with the wine tasting on Saturday and the Mother's Day breakfast on Sunday. The campground kept up very nicely and the people are very friendly. Probably get a 10 in another few years when the trees mature and some shade is available. They have "buddy" spots available up to four units.
Sites weren't as level as I would expect for concrete site. They had plenty of room but did require planning when parking with slideouts. Management was very friendly and helpful an the park was clean. Longterm rigs were not easily noticed because of the general upkeep. We would stay here again.
Sites are either asphalt, or grass. We were in an asphalt site which are on quite a bit of a grade and close together. Grass sites appear to be more level. There is an airport near by with takeoff's and landings until 11 at night and starting about 8 AM. So if you are sensitive to noise not a good choice. Amenities are limited, it is a fairgrounds first and foremost, they have bathrooms and shower. They also have 1 set of washer & dryers. Security in some respects is better than most campgrounds. The gates close at 5:30 in the evening and guests have a code for the gate. No code no entry. While the list of Amenities is short it is the only RV park within Monterey and the price definitely beats the alternative at Marina the next nearest park. We would stay here again when in the area.
Campsites are a little small but our 36' with opposing slides fit fine with room for us outside. Sites are all gravel, ours was reasonably level. Was windy the afternoon we arrived the next morning was beautiful though. We believe it was a good value and will stay again when passing through.
Very clean and new park. Sites have plenty of room, we parked a 36' opposing slide MH here with plenty of room. Workers are friendly and the owner is everywhere in the park working on, or checking on something. We will definitely stay here if in the area again. The town of McCall is just a short drive away with cute stores and a beautiful lake where kayaks, which we rented, or boats and jet skis can be rented.
Wonderful people running the campground. They even took my wife down to the see the waterfall in the golf cart since she has a leg brace that could have made the trek back tough. Sites are not huge by any means but our 36' motorhome with slides on both sides fit comfortably. There is a table at the spot, sites are gravel. Ours was pretty level use the legs to stabilize more than level the coach. Would have given a higher rating but they do not have a pool or spa. They do have a wonderful stream with a waterfall and deep pools to swim in however. We will definitely stay again if in the area.
We stayed here in the fall using one of the winery tour packages. Our spot was tight; we have a 36' with double slideouts equaling a 13' width. However, on this trip they have made some major improvements to the facility overall. There is construction going on, but they try to keep as many as possible away from it. Talking with management we found out they have dropped 1-2 sites from a few rows to make more room for units our size. The park personnel is wonderful, very friendly and helpful, and the campground is well maintained. Our fee included 2 adults and 2 teenagers; the dog was free and this was during the Santa Barbara Wine Festival. To put prices in perspective we were in the top site, and the Motel 6 across the freeway was $73.99 for 1 person this weekend.
We used this as a stopover on our way to Idaho for Thanksgiving. You need CASH to pay for spot as the office is closed for the season. Road was tight for our 35' motorhome to negotiate into a spot. No lighting so view of sky is great, but at least a little light so you could find which site has hookups would have been nice. Overall site was better than a parking lot since we had electric. Site was fairly level and only took a couple of minutes to level the coach.