This is a small park, but it can handle big rigs. We are 62' long including our car hauler trailer, and we fit perfectly in site #5 with 2 feet to spare. They do have 50 amp service, and free Wi-Fi that is blazing fast. I am writing this review using that Wi-Fi. There was no wind today. There are nice restrooms, but no showers, and no laundry, which is fine; we have our own. This is a first come, first served park--no reservations. There appear to be several permanent rigs here, but all are in nice condition. There is also a dry camping area with long pull throughs for $9/night. A nice overnight spot, especially when the wind is not blowing. Walking distance to town, and nice sandy beach where swimming is allowed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just way too windy here because it's right on the river. Rocks the RV like crazy. Sites are surrounded by landscaping rocks that are about 2 feet high and very narrow making it hard to even step out your door in a 40' RV. I'd rather boon dock somewhere else. Not really big rig friendly IMO. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Because of the design and width of the pull through spaces, I would say that this place is NOT big rig friendly. I can't put out one side of my slides because the site is too narrow. Since this place is next to the river, the wind is a constant 35+ mph and it's dusty! Better off finding a rest stop or a WalMart . Way over priced for what you get. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice spot for an overnighter. It's right off of the freeway and near a train track, so it can be noisy. But it's a nice clean, well maintained RV Park with full hook-ups. Self-pay honor system. Next to the Columbia, and overlooking a Marina. Adjacent to Earl Snell Park, which is a beautiful park with a swimming beach. Walking distance to small grocery store. Would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.