This park is very rustic, to say the least. True, they have to truck in the water, false, you can't take a shower. Jacob Lake is more like a "spit hole" than a lake, pond or a mud hole. The park is very nice and quite with cool temps to sit out and enjoy nature. If you are concerned with no internet, then check with your internet provider and tell them that you are going to a "dial up park", and you need to get instructions on what you need to know & do before showing up. No cell phone service, just pay phone (one of the last in the country). 40 miles from the north rim of the Grand Canyon with spectacular views at sunrise. This was our 3 time there and what a hoot. Will stay here again. . and again. Be sure to bring your supplies since the closest grocery store is at least 40+ miles.
Howdy neighbor. First, I would like to say that this is a very nice park. They even sell pie-ala-mode and it's pretty good. The staff is here to help you and will answer your questions in a prompt and courteous manner. No cable, but great antenna. You have to pay for WiFi, shame on them. The spaces are pretty close but lots of grass. If you're looking for a quite park, this isn't it. It has a water park and families with kids that are . . . kids. And most of all, this park is in Kaysville, Utah. Not Fruit Heights, Utah. So be sure that this is the area you want to come to. Access is right off of hiway 89. So heads up and stay safe. Happy Motoring.
As you have read in the last couple of reviews. Some folks have to nose in behind another vehicle. Now that's not bad if the guy nosing in is a motorhome, but if it's a 5er or trailer, you're stuck and can't get out. So if you're going for only one night, no problem but if the stay is longer and you want to see the town. . . Other than that, the spaces were a little close, the WiFi was a little slow but the cable was great. Close to many restaurants and grocery stores.
Howdy Neighbor. What a park. One of the other reviews said that there are plenty of spaces and that just ain't true. We called to get 6 days and all we could get was 3 days but it was worth every minute there. We kept going up each morning and nothing open, not even for one day. The Manager said that we should have booked a few weeks in advance and then book for a week and if we wanted, we could cancel any days when we got there. The cost to get into the park was $25 for the week and was also good for Yellowstone. Even without the cable and WiFi it was a 10. You could go to the cabins and use their WiFi. Just to sit looking at the Tetons down by the lake was great. The cost was a little high but it was a GREAT park and the restaurants on site were also. . . GREAT. Happy motoring and stay safe.
This is a great park off the beaten path. It's nice and quite with a real kicked back feeling. About 8 miles to West Yellowstone. The sites are large with great views of the surrounding hills and mountains. It is right next to the National Forest, so you can take some real long and enjoyable nature walks. A lot to see and do in the near by area. The staff is real helpful and keeps the grounds clean & looking real good. No cable but you get to put your antenna up for the 4 local stations. The WiFi is real fast. I'd stay here again.
This is a very small park with a big heart. The staff of one is very helpful and will try to answer your every question. The shade trees surround the park, but mostly not much shade. There are a few resident sites but the rest are open to all. A real nice little river is next to the park a great to walk along. Just a hop, skip and a jump to all the local attractions. The only downfall to this park is the grounds are all gravel and no WiFi. Fortunately, someone close must have had a receiver because we had great internet reception. We would stay here again. Stay safe and happy motoring.
Howdy neighbors, Neat retreat is just that. It's a very clean park that has great facilities. There are a lot of resident RVers but the pull throughs for the rest of us are big and lots of room. The only drawback was the WiFi, not very fast. But the trees had lots of shade. The staff was very helpful and courteous. Lots of room for the dogs to run. We would stay here again in a heart beat. Stay safe and happy motoring.
Howdy Neighbor. Scandia RV Park is a good park. They have a large area for "resident RVers". The spaces for the "transient RVers" is very nice and is in the 300 series or new part of the park. The Wi-Fi was on the blink while we were there but it worked great after 9:00 PM, go figure. The community has a lot to offer and many activities. Well worth a couple of days stay. The park is kept up quite well as are the restrooms. The ride to or from Bend from the coast is BEAUTIFUL. Never knew that there were so many different shades of green. Happy motoring.
Howdy neighbor. What a wonderful park. Located at the Southern end of the I-205 and I-5, real close to Portland and all kinds of shopping centers. The staff was wonderful, very helpful in directing you to your destination. The park has a gang of BIG trees that give you plenty of shade. They don't mind if you clean your rig in your space. The Wi-Fi was kind of miss and hit (other wise it would have been a 10). Almost all sites were pull-thru's. Cable TV with 71 channels. The restrooms were handicap accessible. Nice nature walk next door. This was a really wonderful park. Happy motoring.
What a great park. Real new with paved roads and gravel lots. On the way (45 mi.) to Mt. St. Helens. Lots of room to let the dogs run and the kids play. Saw a couple of deer walking through the park. The nights are real quite. The trees at the sites are still young but big ones are all around the park. The only thing preventing a 10 is no WiFi at sites. WiFi at the office. Try it, you'll like it.
What a wonderful park. One of the cleanest parks I've ever seen. The owner is working very hard to improve any and all problems. Far enough from the Interstate to not be noisy but close enough to the town to explore. The staff was VERY friendly and helpful. You get one free bag of ice per day. The WiFi was very strong. I'd go back in a minute.
Beautiful campground located close to the Evergreen Aviation Museum (which was a 10). We were told that it is a stones throw to the Museum, but you better have a very strong arm, you will need to drive. The pads are very large and the staff is more than happy to assist you. Close to the airport so you will get aircraft noise. WiFi was very strong from the site. Most sites had small trees (if you need shade, take along a chair).
This R.V. park is wonderful. It is located close to the coast but far enough away that you don't have the cold wind blowing down your neck. The spaces are a little close. The staff is very helpful and keep the park very clean. 3 very large dog walks with tall grass that the dogs can run and play in. Many points of interest and back woods roads to explore area. 5 miles to Tillamook. Wake up temperature is in the mid 50's and daytime temperatures are in the mid 70's. This is a great find. We started at 4 days and we've been here for over a week. WiFi is real strong. Gravel roadways with grass everywhere else. Bathrooms and Laundry are clean.
This park is very large with lots of concrete pads with gravel in between sites. The staff was very helpful in directing us to points of interest in Newport. Many sport fishermen were there and from the looks of things, they were reeling in the fish. Many great restaurants near by with the best sea food that we have had on our trip. Great WiFi, very large laundry. Not very good dog walk areas.
This RV Park is right on the Pacific Ocean with spectacular views. The afternoon we pulled in we spotted whale spouts off shore. On one of our early morning beach walks, we saw a bald eagle on the beach. The RV spaces are very large with excellent WIFI. They have a new clubhouse with a game room, fitness center and lounge area. The staff was friendly and went out of their way to answer all our questions about the area and help us with any problems we had. We would definitely stay here again.