This park is okay for a night or two. It is a gravel parking lot with hookups. Mostly permanent residents here. It was very quiet and the views are nice. It looks as if they are working to clean the park up, putting in grass & trees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Adequate campground. One shower, 2 stall bathrooms were clean although men's shower could use a new floor. Wi-Fi was good and water pressure was adequate. The owner is in the process of updating things. At the passport rate this is a good deal. At full price I'd go up the road to the other Crooked River Ranch RV and for $10 more get a more deluxe value. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I wanted to register that we are the new owners and managers.We have a quiet scenic park in the beautiful Crooked River Ranch canyon. We offer amazing views, great walk for you and your dogs,hot showers and clean restrooms.Stargazing and a view of the river that will take your breath away; seriously it is a 300 ft drop. Plenty of wildlife to see like rabbits, deer, Mountain Moulan Sheep and Golden Eagles soaring near the cliffs. Come and join us for a night or a season and relax. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The swimming pool is a long walk over to the Golf Lodge. Kids are barely tolerated with numerous warning signs and notes around the camp. The WiFi as advertised was non-existent. It is clear that this park is intended for the guests of ranch subdivision land owners or prospective land owners. Access from the highway is not well marked when southbound on Highway 97 and traverses numerous country roads with intersections requiring sharp turns. Restroom and shower facilities were "clean enough". We camped here in a Motorhome.
Immaculate Restroom/Shower. The entire park is gravel/lava rock. There is a nice cement pad for the picnic tables and each site has a lantern light post with the number of the site on it. Leveling blocks are required but the leveling required is nothing that an experienced traveler couldn't handle. While not the worst customer service experience, certainly one of the more terse encounters I've had. "Trish" will tell you that she sick of having to go over the rules with each and every guest. She goes through the litany of regulations and you may feel that you've just signed up for service boot camp...sir, yes, sir! For example: no walking by the edge of the canyon cliff, no walking on the nearby golf course, else a mean little man with funny shoes and a hat will yell at you. I only accept checks and cash, you'll find that that is what all RV parks around the country are switching to...it's just too much hassle. Oh and I charge extra for your dog. Wow! This is a clean, well run location. Just a little too regimented feeling for my taste...but of course that's just my opinion. We stayed one night and I have to say that the scenery was beautiful with the sunset over the canyon. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.