Shore power is 50/30. Electric is in the middle of the site making it a bit of a problem connecting if you have a short power cable. Sewer is good. They used 3" sewer pipes and can connect in two places. Water is good at 40 psi, but does drops some when being used. Sprint Air Card is poor while Verizon 3G is very good. Sites are very good. Level, wide enough for our 3 slides. You can pull into the site, stay hooked up and still have room around your RV. Restrooms are easy to find and are very clean. They are in the middle of the park. It is easy to find the sites. You drive in just past the office. The sites have large signs. This is a nice park. I disagree with the previous review. The park is clean and we would stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The previous reviewers obviously arrived before dark and before the office was closed. It is VERY hard to find this place after dark due to poor signage. When we finally arrived, the office was closed, and there was a long list of rules, and also the very firm statement that no discounts are given. A plain white envelope was provided for paying the nightly rate. There were no maps anywhere of the park to indicate where restrooms were located, how sites were laid out, etc. Gravel and mud spaces, plus this is as close as you could get to the busy freeway without actually being on it. Very noisy. We were not at all impressed and only stayed here because the county park on the river was closed. I cannot recommend this place at all. You'd be better off parking at one of the nearby gas stations. We got electricity for the nightly fee, and that's about it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice little park with friendly staff and guests. The sites and roads are gravel with grass and small trees between. You have a picnic table and barbecue on a stand at each site. It is satellite friendly. The park abuts the Interstate Highway so it is fairly noisy. However,It didn't bother us all that much and we will return when in the area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park sites are a good size with good space between adjacent sites, and plenty long enough for our 39 foot MH with tow vehicle to park without unhooking. The shower floors were not clean when I used them in the late afternoon, being nothing more than painted concrete. The lights in the washrooms work on motion sensors. I ended up in the shower when the lights went out, and no matter how much I waved my arms around the lights would not come back on. I told the owner and she said that I had to learn to yodel! The Wi-Fi is terrible and only works from the gazebo adjacent to the office. I and a fellow camper spoke to the owner about it and she advised that since the tower they were homed in on was changed a week ago their service has deteriorated significantly and she will be working on getting it improved. This RV park is right against the highway and was very noisy all night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would agree with previous reviews that this park is a gem. The wine in the gift shop is Idaho wine, not Oregon. The prices are reasonable so we got two bottles. I was a little worried coming down the street to the park because we passed a run down trailer park which I thought might be Country RV Village. Happily it was not. This park is well manicured with plenty of space between sites. We would stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful, very well maintained park. Each site has a nice grass area and picnic table. Park is easy to find and get to and is good for big rigs. The owners are super sweet and very informative about the area attractions. The store is fun with many local items. We would definitely recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great overnight for the rate. It is clean and neat. Like a little oasis. We didn't have to unhook in our 37' class A towing a Jeep. Very friendly and accommodating manager. No TV. Wi-Fi was OK for checking e-mail. You do get freeway noise but we ran our AC, so not a problem. Great stopover location. Will definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, clean, small park. Very nice owners. Small gift shop selling Oregon souvenirs and wine. WiFi worked great. Small area in the office to use computer if desired. No cable TV. Close to highway, but I didn't really notice much noise. By the way, they no longer take Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The Park is pretty much as described by other reviewers. Level gravel sites with gravel roads. The pull through sites were more than long enough for our 42' towing a Jeep Liberty. The check in was quick and the clerk very helpful. The rate equated is with the Passport America discount. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice clean park with very nice people running the park. The only drawback was the noise from the nearby freeway. We stayed for a week on short notice having a reservation in another park being denied. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Yeah, OK, it is next to I-84. No biggie. It is not a destination CG & does not pretend to be one. Our rate is the PA discount rate. Absolutely wonderful office/gift shop/supply shop/guest coffee shop. Roomy pull thru sites. Strong WI-FI. I like the S/Ps but for this type of private CG you can't ask for any better. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice small park with easy access from I-84. The gravel sites are level and the pull-through was big enough to take our 40 foot coach with our tow attached. The park is well maintained. The office has a nice little gift shop and the managers are very nice. The only drawback is the park is right next to I-84 and noise might be a problem for some. It was so windy when we were here we couldn't hear the road. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.