If you are looking for a fancy place to stay this is not the place. If you are looking for a place to stay where the sites are level and the staff goes out of the way to make you feel at home this is the place to stay. The campground host, is a very friendly guy and is a wealth of information about the area. Pool and restroom are closed so you have to be self contained, but that aside we enjoyed our overnight here. We never use the restrooms anyway. This park is as nice as others in town we looked at and the rate per night was considerably less than the others. Yes, we would stay here again.
We stayed here for 5 days. While they advertise they are big rig friendly, the roads and sites are pretty tight. But, we did see a couple of 45 footers. Our RV is 40 and we felt like we were too big for the park. Probably wouldn't stay here again.
Read the warning on the Hood River Bridge website before deciding to cross the bridge in your RV. They do NOT recommend the bridge if you are in a large RV. The park is very nice, staff very friendly and helpful. Would have given the park a "10" but there are a LOT of trains that pass just below the park and the Columbia River and the price is high. Would stay here again.
Campground name must be because this place is on a slope. All sites slope 2 directions. Had to use several blocks under the jacks and still could not get level. We could see where several rigs had sunk into the mud at least 6 inches. Would not stay here again.
Very nice campground run by the City of Erie. Would have given this campground a 10 if it had sewer at each site. There are 2 dump stations. Every site has a wide level asphalt pad with plenty of room between sites, picnic table and fire ring. Roads are asphalt too. Located across the channel from the Coast Guard Station on Presque Isle.
Rate was for a dirt 50-amp site without sewer. Another over priced KOA. Park is going downhill and needs some TLC. Doesn't appear to be any recent landscape maintenance. Grass needed cutting, roads are full of pot holes and need grading. Our site had mud on one side from the recent rain.
Our rate was Coast 2 Coast. Would not recommend this park if you have an energy management system or use something like a Progressive surge protector because the electrical at this park is BAD! During the day we had 103 or 104 volts and could not run the air conditioners. Had the park electrician check the voltage in several sites for us the second day we were here and he told us they were aware the voltage was low. Said the only thing they could do was ask electric company to increase voltage. Park charges extra $5 a day for 50 amps. They did refund the extra $5 a day we paid for 50 amps when we complained about the LOW voltage. Do not approach park from the west as there is a VERY tight turn into the park if you do. Follow the directions on the park website. If you follow GPS you may be directed through a tunnel with only 10 foot clearance. Many of the sites have nice views of the lakes. Most of the sites are wide. This is an older park with many permanent residents.
We were assigned a pull through site near the back of the park. Site was very muddy so we called the office to ask to move to the site next to us that wasn't muddy but were told they would not move us. Interior roads are dirt with a little gravel on them and were full of pot holes and muddy. Park is overpriced. Would not stay here again.
When we arrived we were told they didn't have our RPI reservation even though we had the reservation number and email from RPI. Had to sit down with park manager while she called RPI. Manager finally assigned us a site even though she really didn't want to. Manager had attitude that she was doing us a favor even though we had a confirmed reservation. We left office feeling like we were the bad guys. Management needs some training in their "people skills". Site we were assigned was along back row with 30 amp power and not very level. Most other sites in the new area are 50 amp. Nice pool but is always full of kids so we didn't even bother. Internet is almost worthless and expensive at $3 a night. We were able to get satellite reception. However, they have signs everywhere that once they assign a site they won't move you if you can't get reception. Full hookup sites are $48 plus GST a night making them over $52 a night.
Stayed here using C2C. Unless you are a member of park you won't get 50 amps and no sewer. The site we were assigned was so out of level we could level our motorhome even using blocks under rear wheel and jacks. We asked office to move and both sites they said we could move to were just as bad as the original. The others would have required navigating a narrow road with trees close to road a several tight turns that would have been difficult for a 40 foot MH. They also have placed a lot of large rocks close to the roads. Many rocks don't seem to be there for any other reason other than damaging RV's as many had paint on them from being hit.
Very nice park. Lots of trees and grass. Paved interior roads with grass sites. Like another reviewer said watch the bridge clearances carefully. Coming from Manhattan Island area use either Highway 9 or 9A. Although either road is mostly four lane, the outside lane will be a low as 10'1" but the inside lane will be 13'+. Also being from the west coast we were not aware of the restrictions on the Parkways being for cars only.
Nice park not to far from town. Staff was friendly. The gnats were terrible when we were here too. Park is close to north entrance to the Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive, and Appalachian Trail, and Skyline Caverns. We would stay here again.
We had requested a full hook up site but C2C doesn't get sewer sites. The only dump site is nearly impossible to get to on a narrow tree lined uneven road. The road we were supposed to use to get to our site was terrible! Trees close together, needed grading badly and sharp turns. The paved road into the park is bad also. Pavement is breaking up and is full of pot holes. Would not recommend this park unless you are in a Class C or other smaller RV. Would not go back.
Like the other reviews above, we found this to be one of the nicest RV parks we've ever stayed at. We took some scenic pictures of the park with the motorhome in front of the little creek that runs through the park. It is only 15 miles from Interstate 77 and well worth the couple of extra miles to stay away from the Interstate. It was really quiet both day and night. There is a lot of space between sites. Tom, the owner, is a walking Chamber of Commerce for the area. He was very helpful to us and made sure we had plenty of things to see and do.
We stayed here using Passport America. Had stayed here the year before but we were very disappointed with RV park this year. We parked next to a travel trailer and the site was full of junk! A lot of JUNK! Would not stay here again - period!
We stared here using Passport America. Recommend getting one of the large premium sites in the back. They are huge pull thrus. The sites up front are really close together and in many slides would almost touch the neighbor. Activities were planned and either canceled without any posted notice or very poorly attended.