The only reason I did not give it a higher score is that the area around the park was OK, but someone was fixing a car in the lot next door and racing an engine for several hours. That was not a huge issue, but the surrounding area was just not as we would have liked it to be. Lots of shade trees. Most all sites are pull-through. Pool was OK. The grass areas were mostly weeds. There were not many people in the campground when we stayed. It was fine for one night, but not much to do for a longer stay except swim in the pool. It was an "OK." place for a night in passing through.
The park seemed to be divided (there were no physical boundaries) into one side of the park for overnight campers and the other side for long term stays. The long term stays were, it seemed, without rules. Maybe we should have not gone for a walk around the whole park, but the long term tenants had junk everywhere outside their trailers, it was a little disgusting and a little sad. We passed by one trailer with three scary dogs chained to the picnic tables. The dogs nearly drug the picnic table to the street trying to get to us. Seemed like the people at this end of the park did not have to follow the rules of the park, even though their area was every bit as nice as where our trailer was parked. On the side where we stayed, it was neat, and tidy, with ground cover and nice concrete pads. Trees are new, but shade should be in the not so distant future. Not much to do there. I would not stay more than one night.
The park is very clean. Restrooms are very clean with wonderful woodwork and charm. Grass at each campsite--we felt like we were in a park. The host was sweet and helpful. Our site was right on the Rogue River. We were about 20 feet from river's edge. The river was beautiful. I would like to go back and stay for a whole week. Make sure you go into town and walk through the park, a lovely park, that rests on the Rogue River, it was beautiful!!!
This campground is impeccible!!! Family friendly! Dog Friendly!! Two dog areas for pups to roam. It is close to the highway, but is a huge park, so request a site on the west side of the campground if that bothers you. The highway in no way interfered with our stay. There was not one single motorhome or trailer that had to use blocks to level...sites were all level-- Paved with grass along both sides of each site. They request that you put your trash at the curb as they pick it up each morning at 10AM...that is really a nice touch. There is a large living area with a fireplace that they light each AM. In addition, there are two other large outdoor fire pits that they light each evening...one near the pool, the other overlooks the river. Great place to relax in the evening. We could not believe all there was to offer...lap pool, hot tub, spa (yes you can get a massage), work out room, basketball court, bouche ball court, tetherball, a dog grooming area with a real dog bath tub at waist level, shampoo, etc., available, dryer for the pooch too (cost $5). It was an amazing and very, very clean place. Lassen Volcanic National Forest was 55 minutes away. Great for a day trip. There is even an outlet mall in Red Bluff. We loved this park...and the extra for the sites on the river were worth it!!! The park is new, so the trees are only a couple years old and do not provide much shade at this time, but that's why we have awnings, right?
This campground boasts that it has been around for 40 years...so true. It appears that they are beginning to repave the blacktop sites, but many are quite rough and unlevel. Many sites are a mixture of blacktop and dirt. The grass is weedy, and although somewhat nice, dirt patches are mixed in, too. The trees are large and full and provide nice shade for summer heat. The have a small pond with a fountain in the middle which is quite nice. There are cabins that look new that you can also rent. There are also several permanent mobile homes --very nice ones. I assume these are for employees.? If you like a nice campground, but more on the rustic side, this is a great little place. We would stay here again...it is quaint.
This is an older park with refurbished mobile homes and a few sites for overnighters. Some owners have bought these older mobile homes and gutted and refurbished them. Made them really cute vacation homes. There are a couple that could use some updating, but for the most part the mobiles are nice. The sites are gravel with concrete slabs and grass. There are picnic tables, and a few have views towards the bay--nice views. Town and beach is about a 5 minute walk. You will probably not find a "spur of the moment " space as many store their trailers there at the park, and they are moved in when they come. But we have been two different times now and will head back in November. It is a small, little known park...but a cutie!
Its $65 plus tax. If you want a great experience then park here. Yes, it is blacktop, but it is also right on the water. Yes, spots are close, but again it is right on the water! We had ocean views from three sides of our trailer out all windows. We sat in our dining area and watched surfers, and pelicans dive for fish. From our bedroom windows, comfy on our pillows, we watched the sun rise over the waves crashing to the shore. A three block walk North to shops and restaurants, a walk that is along the ocean, and it's paved. We also walked south along the water. You could walk on the beach or on a path from above. If you want a grassy park for your kids to romp, this is not the place. But for any other reason, there is a lot to do and great places to eat (don't miss Pasta Moon). It is very close to the highway, so paying the extra to be closer to the beach is worth it. The traffic noise was close to nothing at night, when it matters. We camped in space 32.