This park is easy to get to. Spaces are gravel as are the roadways although in one area there is asphalt. When I asked at the time I was booking what space number we would be in we were told that when we arrived we would find out. That was different but OK. Wi-Fi is different; you have to use coupons provided by the park to log on to Wi-Fi. They are good for one day at a time according to the office staff. The Wi-Fi reception was not that good. We didn't use the bathrooms but according to our friends who did use them they were, shall we say, rustic. Staff was waiting for us and showed us to our site when we arrived after office hours. Overall the park is OK but not worth the 8.5/9 rating that Woodall's gives it.
I had heard allot about this campground and decided to try it. I was very disappointed with the park. They only have 3 spaces that were 50 amp. The spaces are very tight. Had another motorhome been next to our space I would probably have not been able to open my awnings. The spots were asphalt and no grass around them for being a so called resort. The staff was very helpful and attentive to concerns that were voiced to them. The Wi Fi they had didn't work most of the time and I found out the entire Casa de Fruta complex uses the same Wi Fi system. There were sewer vent pipes sticking out of the ground and you could smell the sewage at times quite strongly. Although they had notices about no motorcycles on the property we did see mini bikes and smaller motorcycles riding around. I think the resort they are talking about is their restaurant and other stores on the property . We were in space number 49 during our stay. We were there with another couple in their fifth wheel and we both agreed we would not return there .
This park is by far the best of all of the ones we have stayed at. The view can't be beat and your looking at Vancouver Island across the water. The entire park is outstanding. Even saw bald eagles and the sunsets are great. The only thing that needs some mention is not enough bathrooms or showers. Also be careful of your cell phone service and or wireless modem use. We have Verizon and found out we were hitting cell sites in Canada from the park. When we got home we were told we owed over three hundred dollars in roaming. The service is good in an around Port Angeles though. Check first before you use your cell phone with your company and see if you might be hitting cell sites in Canada.