When I read in travel catalogs that this was "Washington's #1 RV Park", I had a certain level of expectation. Sign at entrance was faded, hard to see, went right past entrance. The park is clean, utilities well located for rigs of all sizes. If you have a satellite dish (for TV or internet) you shouldn't have any problem getting a signal. Most sites are wide open with just short trees. The biggest detraction is the train noise. I have never been in a park that had so many trains, passenger and freight, go by in a 24 hour period. I thought they would stop at night. No luck. It's just a small thing, but with all the "one way" signs in the roads to sites, there isn't a single "Exit" sign in the whole park, as large as it is. In the future we would look for an RV park farther away from these train tracks.
Chinook RV Resort is strategically located,right on the Klamath River, about 1/4 mile from the mouth of the river, across from an island and from part of the Redwoods National Park. The Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park is south of Klamath and Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park is north. It's a quiet park, where the staff are very accommodating. Every night the staff prepares a fire in the ring on the deck overlooking the river. There is no longer cable TV. Apparently the cable company pulled out of Klamath. However, with most of the sites out in the open, a satellite dish gets great reception. Speaking of reception, there is little, if any, AT&T phone signal in Klamath, but Verizon is strong. You have to go north about 20 miles to Crescent City to get AT&T phone reception. The other utilities in the RV park are excellent. There is a tackle shop and fish cleaning facilities close to the river's edge. We wouldn't hesitate to return to Chinook.
This county RV Park was a very pleasant surprise. Has remarkable facilities for families (a water park, fishing/crabbing docks, climbing walls), for RV owners with dogs, and for big rigs. The park is only 10 minutes from the historic district of downtown Charleston.
This was our first stay at this RV Resort. The name "Resort" really does fit this RV Park. It is one of the nicest facilities in which we have ever (7 years of RV'ing) stayed. We stayed in a premium (waterfront) site, which was not really that expensive, given the lovely grounds, large size of the concrete pads, room for our toad, and a deck overlooking the intracoastal waterway. Access to this park is quick and easy. The staff provided us with a golf cart to look at the available sites and decide which one would best fit our needs. We haven't been afforded that opportunity very often.
This park is about 12 miles south of Athens, GA. It is heavily wooded, but accessible, even for bigger (~36') rigs. Owner family lives on site and is very accommodating. This is a good place to stay if you want to visit the University of Georgia and/or are interested in visiting the historic town of Madison, GA.
This is a very nice park, only a few miles from the Outer Banks and Nags Head. Many sites front on the lake and are open for satellite signals. The WiFi is good. The only drawback is the resident Canadian Geese Population (about a dozen geese) occasionally "deposit" near your coach, forcing you to be cautious when walking around it. We will definitely return to this park in the future.
This park is about 12 miles south of Brevard up a winding, mountain road. Access into the park road is a difficult, very sharp left turn (for 36' or longer motorhomes). RV sites are scattered along steep graded trails. A large, fairly open circle is available for big rigs. The listed WiFi is only functional if you take your laptop near the office or the laundromat. No signal at the RV sites. The owners are pleasant and accommodating.
This park is easy to reach from I-95 without having to deal with small city streets and tight intersections. The RV sites are arranged in an "L" and are wide open, unobstructed, if you want good satellite coverage. The family owners live on the plantation and take pride in maintaining and improving the RV park. Good WiFi, but no cable TV. The Savannah Trolley Tour comes right into the RV Park at 9 AM and drops people off at 4:30. Very convenient.
Although relatively small and compact, this is a unique campground: extremely well designed to allow a maximum number of RV's in a small area. Each site is paved and has it's own roofed shelter/deck with picnic table, grill and view of the river channel that bisects the Keweenaw Peninsula. Adjacent to the campground is a very interesting and unusual child's playground and a public boat ramp.
This campground was a pleasant surprise: located right on the St. Mary's River, just east of the the "Soo Locks", with enormous freighters steaming right in front of the campground in both directions. When one checked in, you were given an informational sheet that showed the identifying profiles of each type of ship, their length, tonnage, and an explanation as to what each carried. The campground was clean and well-cared for. We would definitely stay there again. Coming from the south there is a "short-cut", eliminating the need to go through the middle of town, but if coming from Ontario, you must cross the international bridge and go right on the main business street to get to the campground, which is just 2-3 miles east of downtown. That said, there are no sharp turns necessary for big rigs. Our 36' motorhome pulling a car had no difficulties.
Despite not being "waterfront" this park has several sites with excellent views of the north shore of Lake Michigan, as the sites are elevated above the road and just across the road from the lake. A short path takes you directly to the rocky shoreline, affording views of spectacular sunsets and of the Mackinaw Bridge (at five miles long, is one of the longest in the world). Extremely convenient is the fact that the ferries to Mackinaw Island provide a free shuttle service that comes directly to the Lakeshore Park Campground and will also take your personal bicycles to and from the ferry. If you have your own satellite dish on your RV, many of the sites provide clear access.
For being way up in the wilderness of the Yukon, this campground is a respite for the weary who are going west from Ft. Nelson or east from Whitehorse. The organization of the sites in between the spruce trees is a bit confusing, but the map helps a lot. Most sites have full hookups, and are quite level.
Hidden behind the motel, many of the sites were in mud puddles. Otherwise, it was clean, sites were level. Diesel fuel sold in front of the motel was the highest ($6.08/gal) I've paid in Canada. It's big-rig friendly.
For an overnight stay on your way to Prince George or Jasper National Park, this is a good place to park your RV. It is completely high-fenced, with "entrance" and "exit" gates. Easily accessible and visible from Hwy 97, about 2 miles east of the junction of Hwy 29 and 97. No trees, clean stone sites within 100 yards of Charlie Lake.
This is a very nice campground, nestled in large pines, aspen and spruce. Most are back-in sites, but there are a few pull-throughs available near the front of the park. Laundry facilities are clean, reasonable ($1.25 wash, $1 driers), but small (only 2 of each). Previous reviewer was right on the money: Owners are genuinely friendly and helpful people. Very little traffic noise noticed, due to tall trees, slow speed due to being on edge of town and distance from the highway.
We have a mixed impression of this RV park: The view from the bluff overlooking Cook's Inlet is impressive; the pull-through sites were narrow, but our wide-body (no slides) 36' class A and towed car did just fit. However, to use their cable TV, you have to go through a real hassle: you have to put a $225 deposit down (credit card impression) to obtain an 18"X12"X3" converter box that has to be connected inside your RV to your "antenna" cable, then another cable to your TV. For those of us with built-in TV's, it means that we had to pull out the TV, hope that the cable is long enough to connect to the box, a place to set it, then attach another cable to the TV. It finally worked, but was a real pain. Laundry was clean, as were the showers and the bathrooms.
In the middle of red (sockeye) salmon fishing territory, on the Upper Kenai River, this CG appeals to fishermen who want a convenient place to stay. The electricity (30 amp) and water were good and there is a dump station. It could use a laundromat and Wi-Fi. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again while fishing.
This park is big-rig friendly, is three miles north of the Denali National Park Entrance. The electric service is weak; they have generators, but as the number of RV's increase, overloads occurred and one generator shut down. It took 30 minutes before the owner arrived to start the bigger one. The staff was very helpful and cooperative.
We enjoyed our stay at this park. The owners and staff are very friendly and helpful. They just finished (in June) expanding to 49 sites, including many pull-throughs, and upgrading their electric to 50 amps. I didn't rate them higher because they don't have sewer, a dump station or site water. They have tried three times to get good water, but although potable and safe, it is full of iron, and, to their credit, they warn you openly about it. The location is beautiful, with a small glacier descending right down to their property.