We enjoyed this park. The staff was friendly. They have free coffee and cookies in the office in the morning. The showers and laundry area were spotless. The park is near the interstate but the traffic noise was surprisingly low. The only reason we did not give this park a 10 was lack of pool or hot tub. Cable and WiFi worked great. We would definitely stay again.
We are staying here for a week. A couple of nights we will be spending in a room in downtown Seattle. I think otherwise a week here would be too much relaxation for us. The park is deep in the woods and was made to seem even deeper for us because we had to take the long way in due to the bridge that has weight restrictions at exit 47. Our 39ft 5th wheel is at the maximum length of anything I would want to take in here. Be sure your water tanks are full and holding tanks empty before you before you get there. There are many popular and beautiful hiking trails here to explore. The is not even a satellite signal to be had here because of the trees.
I have to agree with the last review, this is an oasis in the desert. Nice mature shade trees to relax under, many sites are right on the river. There are a couple hiking trails in the park. This was a nice place to stay to explore the Columbia River Gorge area. The trains are a little annoying at times but I would stay here again.
The is a small park with very limited amenities. The property is very well maintained. Sites vary in size and a couple will accommodate larger rigs but they only have 50 amp service on a couple sites. The free canoes are still available for use on the little creek. There is not much around except Crater Lake, which made it a nice place to kick back and relax.
I agree with previous reviews, this park seems to cater to it's permanent residents. There were many long term residents here with too much clutter outside of the trailers. Otherwise the grounds were clean, great shade on almost all the sites but we did find many of the trees needed to be trimmed. We didn't use the showers or restrooms but the laundry was clean and reasonably priced. This was a nice location to explore the surrounding areas.
This campground is convenient to Moab and Arches National Park and inexpensive. It has the necessities but was nothing special. The sites are short as mentioned. The WiFi worked at our site but I saw several people carrying their laptops up to the office to use.
In our opinion this is the best place to stay to explore the park. The sites have electric only but there is a dump station and fresh water close by. It is a short walk to the visitor center and the shuttle buses. The park is great from hiking for all fitness levels. The site we had was a horse shoe shaped pull through. Plenty of space between the sites. A great park.
We loved our stay here. The sites are a little tight for larger rigs but manageable. We had no trouble with our electric here like I had read in a previous review. This campground offered only the basics and is typical of what I've come to expect from the government run campgrounds. That is, they all seem in need of a little TLC. That said, we loved the area and as far as we are concerned it is the nicest place in southern California to get away from it all. We would definitely return here.
We stayed here for a week. This is a beautiful park with lots of trees. There seemed to be fluctuating water pressure during our stay, I am not sure if they were working on the water system or this is an ongoing problem. This and the fact that there is no pool is the only reason I did not rate this park higher. Good WiFi and cable. Walking distance to some shops and the bus route. Would definitely return.
I have to agree with the other review I read, this park is not worth the $40 per night they charge and would have not stayed but we stayed with a camp club USA discount of 50%. The bathrooms, laundry room, and showers did not look clean enough, but we did not use them. Most of the sites are dirt. I had made a reservation and they could not find it but on our 2nd day the office called my cell phone and asked if I was still coming. I don't think we would return here.
This was by far the most beautifully landscaped park we have stayed in so far. We enjoyed our stay here. The park is convenient to San Diego attractions. Nice pool and clean showers. Our only complaints were no internet and cable only has about 8 stations with poor reception. The gravel sites should be avoided if you have a larger rig. We have a 40' 5th wheel and couldn't get in the site that was given to us. They moved us to a large, pull through site and the rest of the stay was wonderful.
We have been here for 5 nights so far and really like it. The park is clean, well maintained, showers are spotless, staff has been very friendly. WiFi is free and has worked well. We have used pool and hot tub almost every night, nice to relax in after walking the strip all day. The only thing that would have made it better is cable TV. There are many long term RV's and park models but all are well maintained. We would definitely return here.
The park itself was well maintained, staff was friendly and the showers were clean. We were charged $3 a night extra for electric even though the weather was too cold to use out A/C. We also were charged a fee for pets even though we did not have any. They did fix the mistake as soon as we brought it to their attention. The pool was small and the one night it was warm enough to use the hot tub it didn't work.
We stayed here for a couple of months this winter. The sites are small and patios crumbling, the picnic tables were falling apart. Showers and bathrooms are old and not very clean. The laundry rooms needed cleaned and washers broke frequently, the dryers were over priced. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
We stayed in this park using a Camp Club discount for one week and Good Sam for another. The Manager was very accommodating, friendly and informative. The restrooms, shower and laundry area was spotless. There was no pool and the WiFi (which was free) worked about half the time. Half the park is 50 plus and the other is open to anyone. Sites were large. There is a free library and video collection in the laundry area