This campground is in a big, open, graveled parking lot. There is plenty of room to back into the narrow spaces, as the space in the middle is huge. Each space has a tiny picnic table, and a bit of bark. When your neighbor puts out the slide, you have a backrest for the picnic table! (slight exaggeration) I camped here with a group, otherwise it isn't a place I would choose, since I like campgrounds with a bit more grass, trees, views, etc. Folks were very helpful and nice, but you just can't get past the fact that this is a parking lot.
This is one of the best campgrounds I've ever stayed in, and I've stayed at lots. The sites are large, level, and clean. Nice picnic table and fire pit at each site. Utility sites have the utilities in the right place and are easy to back into, even for big rigs. Some of the oceanside spots have great views, and on stormy days, incoming driftwood! I've camped here in clement weather and in bad, and never had a bad experience. Town is nearby with good restaurants and shopping. No phone or Wi-Fi here, but you can go to town for that where the restaurants are used to it and let you hang out as long as you want. The whole peninsula has that cool beach vibe I really love. Enjoy!
We've stayed here 4 years in a row with our RVing group. They treat us very well. Usually we have about 80 people, so no wonder they go out of their way for us. If I were traveling alone, I would still like this place, as it is close to the Westport Marina, and there are quite a lot of things to do here. The sites are all back in, and pretty narrow, however. Sometimes the little trees can get in the way. There is another area that is back in the trees with much more privacy and lots of shade and trees. That is best for tents and small RVs. There is a small store, and the owners are friendly and helpful. My only complaint is how packed it is, and how noisy on weekends. It is like camping on a school playground. If you have kids it is a great place for them. Not so much for older adults, however. Or people who don't care so much for parking lots. If you plan to spend much of your time away seeing the sights then this is a great place to leave your rig and then come home to sleep since it is quiet at night. If you want to hang around your site during the day, them you'd better love the sounds of kids screaming, and being able to hear the folks next door talking about what to have for lunch.
My dog rated this a 10+. She skipped her afternoon nap in favor of watching rabbits run by. Ask her and she'll tell you this is the best RV park in the entire world! This human thinks it is pretty good, too. Lots of trees, which are (mostly) trimmed up enough to get a tall rig in. We had a water and electric pull-through, but we had to choose between putting our slide out or reaching the 50 amp with our 30' cord because the sites are so narrow with lots of trees. The pedestal for our neighbor is right next to our picnic table, as are all the sites in row E. The other sites are also very, very close together. These are grassy sites, and quite uneven. Thankfully, we had no next-door neighbors on a Monday night. The Wi-Fi is pretty spotty. The dog run is HUGE, like 2 acres, and there is a mowed path around it, and access to the Tillamook River/creek, a sweet spot to take a chair and listen to the water. There is a gate, so you could let almost any dog off leash to run/play. As I said, rated 10 for dogs. Small store has some snacks, drinks, very basic. If the sites weren't so narrow, I would have given this place a 10. Peaceful and pleasant.
This park is just north of Garibaldi on the Oregon coast. It is a large park, with RV and tent sites spread over a large area. Tent sites and small RV sites have a lot more privacy than the larger RV sites. Some are quite close to the beach. We camped in a pull-through site, which, since it was not angled from the driveway, and because of tree branches rather low overhead, was not that easy to get into. The driveway was quite long, and there was a decent amount of space between rigs, but no privacy at all. Since we were there only overnight, this wasn't a big deal. There were lots of places to walk, and the sites were clean. What bothered me the most, however, was that the $34.00 rate didn't include more than $20 of "extra" fees, like the $10 transaction fee, and the "other" fee of $5.00, the tax (Oregon doesn't have sales tax), and then they wanted $4.00/day for wifi, which we did without. $54.00 for a parking lot-style pull through on a gravel pad seems a bit much to me. I'd avoid this place because it just isn't worth the price. I've stayed in fancy resorts for less.
Neat and tidy. Super clean restroom/shower with free toiletries (!). Big pet area. Not much traffic noise, but watch out for the nearby rooster, goats, and lots of songbirds LOL! Pull-thru spaces were nice, but narrow. Glad it wasn't very busy. We would stay here again.
This is an oddball place. The casino and hotel grounds are nice, with a huge pond with ducks. There are two burros and a goat, and lots of antique implements around. Lawns, gazebos, outdoor seating. Looks like the rooms are nice. But, the RV park is an afterthought, if that. Dusty, very dusty, and while the owners can't help it that the wind blows, it seems like nothing has been done for dust control. Thank goodness there were very few rigs here to raise more dust than the wind. Sites were rutted even tho they've only had rain once the entire winter. The few small trees there were didn't have enough water and were dying. On a positive note, the WiFi worked well, and the hotel property was pleasant to walk around in. No tables at the sites. A big dusty gravel/sand parking lot. At least it didn't cost much for the full hookups.
Neat and tidy best describes this RV park a few miles east of Kingman. All the sites were well-maintained, and the shower was spotless, and included a toilet and sink. The trees between most sites are smallish, but well-watered and healthy. Two pet runs also nicely maintained. The pull-throughs are long enough that you don't have to unhook. Friendly folks, helpful. Propane on site. Good Wi-Fi reception, didn't try the TV. Only downside was some wind, and highway noise. Great for a night or two!
We camped here last year, too, on the way from Oregon to AZ. We loved going down to the horse area and seeing them. Room to walk all around and in the wash. The thing is the size of the pull-thru sites. And that includes the ones at the upper part of the place. Very, very tight. We stayed 2 nites, and the first nite the MH beside us was about 20 inches from our stairs. Today, a MH pulled in next to us, and I had to pick up our folding chairs so they could get in. Fortunately, they pulled up so only the tail end is right by our rig. Besides being packed in like sardines, there are trees, places to walk, animals to see, both in the wash and down by the horse area, a small store with sodas and ice, and fairly good service from people who sometimes seem overwhelmed. They could use a good computer person to make things simpler. We loved it last year, and this year we're thinking we might not want to come back.
They tout themselves as the best resort RV park in America, but that is pretentious, IMO. They've spent a lot of money making it a destination park, and perhaps it is. They have a RV wash, great showers/restrooms, 2 pools and spas, an high-end restaurant, a wine-tasting room (which must serve many more wines than the tiny vineyard on site could possibly provide), 2 pickleball courts, laundry, etc. If you camp in the pull-thru areas, you have a nice view of the desert. If not, you're in aluminum city. What was lacking was reliable Wi-Fi, a big sign at the entrance (we missed it and had to do a u-turn in a tight spot), someone who cared about the Wi-Fi problem (I need it to do my work), an outdoor table, and a clean pad. Dumpsters were totally lacking--only on the way out were they available. The sites were a bit narrow. The price was right, I've got to admit that, but somehow I just didn't care much about this place.
You know how sometimes you find a place you just love and you don't know why? This is it for us. We love this place! It seems mostly for off-road 4-wheelers, but there is just something about it, even for folks who don't care about 4-wheeling. The sites are large, there is a lot of room to walk, lots of junk and rocks to look at, everything works, even the WiFi, it is close to the highway but out in the country at the same time, and we simply look forward to spending time here. On the way for snow birds, but next year I want to take 3 days just to relax here with a good book and an internet connection. A bit funky, but please don't tell anyone about this great place, OK?
From the pictures on the website, we thought we'd have a waterfront site, but we had to walk or drive down to the day use area to see the water. It was really nice down by the water, and I enjoyed seeing the ferries along with the historical sites. Our site was nice, but very dark, whether the day was sunny or not. We had some nice fires, but didn't expect such darkness. It is a nice place, and the facilities are great. The rangers are very helpful, but now only work part time because of budgets. Good, yes, but not what we expected from the website.
This is not a destination RV park, but is quite nice for a KOA. There are a lot of mature trees, and the sites, while small, have some grass between them. It is dog friendly. All sites have picnic tables. It is clean, has a swimming pool (for summer visitors), a little store, and a gas station which includes diesel. The employees are pleasant and helpful. We stay here on our way to the SW for the winter. This is the second time we've stayed here on our way to the SW, and we'll probably stay here again next year. It is convenient to many stores and restaurants.