Nice KOA. Check in was straight forward. Sites have a reasonable amount of space between them. Number of sites have shade trees. Good looking swimming pool and hiking trails behind the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed two nights here. It is approximately 5 miles from I-5, thus evenings and nights are quiet. Level sites, pull-throughs are nice. Office staff is very efficient and knowledgeable with lots of handouts including a county map. Wi-Fi available, although we didn't need it. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here three times in the last month. The place is well taken care of. My only question would be why the price is different every time we come. One time $34.00 next time $35.00 next time $36.00. This is for the same spot all within two weeks. I was there to go to the hospital for treatments. There is a train in the distance and the WiFi at 9:00am is difficult to get on to. There are some long term residents. The miniature golf needs major work. They should not be charging $$ to use it. I would definitely go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for two nights on our way back home from WA. This CG is quite a ways off of Hwy 101. It's nice and quiet and well kept. It has good size spaces with plenty of room for our total rig of 51'. There are lots of interesting places to explore around there. They were just cleaning the pool and painting the fence. There is a min golf course for kids as well as a small playground. The laundry was clean and had plenty of machines. There seemed to be no full timers here. The WiFi and cable worked pretty good. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Lots of grass to exercise our dog. Nice nature walk too. This is a family owned park with owners onsite. It is much improved over 5 years ago. Not so many permanent people in rundown RVs. They seem to have lots of family activities. A good place for families. Nice space between slots and well maintained gravel roads. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was hesitant to try this park because of previous poor experience with KOA, but this one is very nice. Office staff was friendly and helpful. It is easy to find, although might be slightly tricky after dark. Our site was on an end with nobody else nearby. Overall it was very quiet, although a distant train did pass through at least once during the night. When we first hooked up, we couldn't get the electricity to work. The maintenance person came over right away to check it out, but my husband had already determined it was a problem with corrosion in the electrical outlet and was able to get it working. I'm not sure why corrosion is a problem in this area of the world, but the locks on the showers had the same issue. We would gladly stay here again and may seek out other KOA campgrounds based on our experience at this one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a KOA, however we have stayed here several times. The staff is helpful and friendly. The facilities are good. However on this trip they had some electric issues. It was hot (in mid to high 90's), not normal Corvallis weather. The 30 amp section was having problems and we were moved to the 50 amp section. We have a class C. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is almost 5 miles off the freeway, so it's quiet and the access is good. Level sites with table. Friendly staff. The park is actually half-way between Albany and Corvallis. Have been here before and will probably stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is your standard KOA with an easy late night check-in. It got very noisy very early in the morning with loud talking, people walking right through our site, kids screaming and riding bicycles, dogs barking, etc. Probably the most commotion we've ever experienced in an rv park. The clerks in the office were frantic. Fortunately this was just an overnight and we were glad to just get on our way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After reading the reviews we decided to give this KOA a try since it's only about a 90-minute drive from our house. We enjoyed it as it kept our three kids busy between the playground, mini-golf, swimming pool and they could ride their bikes, although some of the roads are gravel and not paved. The sites were pretty level and wide with grass inbetween. We had a pull-through site which really was not that long. If we were towing a car with our 35-foot RV, we would have to unhook to fit. The staff was friendly they showed a movie Friday night and Saturday night was an ice-cream social. There is some road noise but not too bad. Overall a clean nice KOA that we would probably return to. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff is great and friendly. They shared ideas of what to do and see. Wi-Fi was included and very good. Their grounds are well maintain; however in January and February be ready for lots of rain in the Corvallis area. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
My husband and I stay at this KOA every time we are in the Corvallis area. We stay at numerous KOAs across the nation and this is one of the best KOAs in the system! The lady that runs it is so nice and a great conversationalist and is genuinely interested in making sure that you have a great time and know where points of interest are. It is a very pristine park and very quiet with friendly, respectable neighbors, even though it is a 'family friendly' park. We have always felt rested when we leave and will go back every time we return to Oregon. Thanks for a great stay, KOA! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We changed our route at the last minute and needed to find a RV site before hitting I-5 in the morning. The KOA sign was a welcome sight. It wasn't very busy but quiet despite its proximity to the freeway. Just what weary travelers needed. It met all the KOA standards, clean, flat sites, full services, and friendly staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is what I expect from a KOA RV Park and will pay a tad more to get what I expect. The park is very clean, well laid out, friendly staff, and the restrooms are top notch. At check in the guy was willing to work with me to find the site that fit my needs, not his. We had a back in site, near the office, near the restrooms, near the Wi-Fi towers, e/w only for $26.33 with their KOA card. It was quiet. Never heard a train. Best of all the Wi-Fi worked great. The OSU golf course is about 4 miles west and needs to be played. We will the next time we stop in this nice RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is conveniently located close to Corvallis and for Oregon State events. It is very close to both a highway and an active train line so those noises are noticeable. The pull-through sites need to be longer; if there had been many more campers using our row of sites, we would have had to unhook the car to have a clear road. On the positive side, restrooms were clean, staff was friendly, and blackberry bushes were abundantly full in September. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was nice and clean. The staff friendly and helpful. The sites were wide enough and park easy to drive through. We stayed here for 5 days and did not have any problems. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very happy with the park. Open enough for satellite and wifi was adequate. Sites are well laid out and wide enough to be comfortable. Good walking on the local road. Water smelled like sulfur. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Clean. Staff when we called for reservation and when we checked in were terrific. Only reason did not get a 10 was there was highway noise but not enough to ruin the stay, and hey you are in a trailer pretty much on the highway. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Although this is not the best RV Park ever, there is nothing wrong with it. Staff were great, sites and grounds clean. Pools was refreshing. Best place in the area to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spacious, paved sites with wide grassy areas between. One of the cleanest and nicest KOA's we have ever stayed at. Some noise from nearby highway but much less than freeways. Would definitely recommend this campground We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice KOA, friendly and helpful staff, nice store with game room, they show movies in a barn, have a nice mini-golf course, and rent 3 and 4 wheeled bikes. No complaints at all with this park. Also a basketball court, large grass field, and nice nature walk by the river. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Very nice KOA, one of the nicer ones we have stayed in. We got a 25% discount because of a relative in a local hospital which was very nice of them. Pool is heated but the weather was too cold to swim in it. The showers in the restrooms were not the cleanest. Staff was very friendly. There are some full timers, or appear to be. But their sites were very well maintained. The park is close to Hwy. 20 but the trees blocked most of the noise. We will stay there again in July. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Was parked in between two permanent rigs, both rather ratty. Had problems with the TV cable and they said that it had to be my system. Several others also were complaining and lo and behold it started working OK. The park was otherwise clean and was convenient to Corvallis. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice clean park in a good location. Very busy; we were lucky to get a reservation at the last minute. Roads are wide enough for a 45 footer. They do need to trim their trees to accommodate the taller rigs and their satellite dishes. We did not use any of their facilities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. It does have, however, a lot of "out of control" kids (running through other RVers' sites, skateboards, some young girls ran through the mens bathroom while my husband was in it, etc.) and dogs not on leashes. I don't think I would stay here again because of it. Staff is very nice but late getting in in the morning and late coming back from lunch. Several RVs had to wait past the lunch hour to check in. Doesn't set a very good "tone". We camped here in a Motorhome.
Back at the Blue Ox and found it much fuller than in past years, so definitely make reservations. Some past reviews say bad things about the rest rooms and the likes of Beer Can Bob, but don't believe them. There are lots of permanents living here but park management is doing a great job of keeping the park up. My rate reflects a monthly rate for the summer. What I find strange is the monthly rate is the same as the park I stay at in AZ and that park has six tennis courts,six pickleball courts, two Olympic size pools, "good" Wi-Fi and lots of planned activities. What's wrong here? Blue Ox really is a good park though and I will always come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an easy on/off the interstate. The park sites are level with concrete. The hook ups for electric/water/cable are centrally located but the sewer is toward the rear and you may need an extension. The WiFi is great. We have stayed here a couple of times and have never been disappointed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at this park several times in the past. Close to hospital. One time there was no TV and no Wi-Fi. Asked for compensation - we were told sorry. Many times the lights are burned out in your parking place. When the TV works there are only about 12 channels. People who run it are not well informed. Many long term residents and many are not maintained at all. Many beer cans and old garage sale items are visible as you drive around the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It Is under new management and they are green. I believe the old owner had a bank problem and now there is a section 8 property firm running it. Mostly monthly residents from appearance. Some very unkempt rigs and tacky yard ornaments. Plenty of room to maneuver. Both 30amp/50amp still available, but staff lacks critical knowledge on the difference. Restrooms dated but clean. Easy to find,don't trust Gps. Entrance very confusing and poor lighting at night creates a hazard. We have scratched this old favorite from our list. We have a nice RV and didn't care being placed next to "beer can bob". We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Rate is for a 50 amp FHU, back-in site. Roads and pads are are concrete in excellent condition, and most sites are pull-through. Sites are not large, but there is enough room to extend your slides and awning. Grass between most sites, and ones not grass have gravel between them. Commenting on a recent review that called this park "a shabby old park," that person must have stayed at one of the two other parks in the area and erroneously posted their review to this park, as it is anything but what they said. Nice laundry and shower facilities, and the pool is indoors for year around use. In season you can pick wild blackberries along their entrance road. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is located with an easy on/off the interstate. All sites are paved with concrete so no need to put something under your tires. The sites are level with good hook-ups. The rest rooms are clean. This is the second time we stayed here and would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Staff was very helpful with reservation and check-in. Very convenient to park where we attended a dog show. Lack of grass was the big disadvantage of this park. Sites somewhat close together and not a great deal of shade. Very convenient to I-5. Would certainly stay here again although a one night place rather than a destination. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a shabby old park that is Not well maintained. We can’t understand how anyone could give it a 9 or 10, it certainly does not deserve that high a mark. The Wi-Fi is nonexistent and their cable TV can’t be accessed through the utility pole like everyone else. You practically have to tear your TV apart to make it work. We decided to skip it. If you must stay in Albany, stay somewhere else. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean, well maintained park. All the roads and sites are paved and the roads are easily navigated. The sites are level and there is easy access to the utilities. They have robust facilities, including an indoor swimming pool. It is right next to a large park that's great for exercising pets. The workers are all friendly. It is also convenient to shopping and local attractions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New managers and owner and we have seen a lot of older rigs that were stored here moved out to make more room for travelers and long term rigs. Park looks much cleaner than it has for years. Good small inside pool but spa is out of commission. Very close to Lassen RV if you need repairs. Nice park, restaurants and shopping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park! Wonderful warm swimming pool. Spa not working. Sites roomy with nice spacing between. All concrete pads and pretty level. Tidy. Mature trees but trimmed nicely so no problems with/ hitting them. NO freeway noise even though it's close to freeway. Easy access. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice road leading into the park. Interior roads were decent. The sites were mostly level concrete pads. Wi-Fi might be good if you are really close to the office. We could not get it. We were pretty far from the office. Overall it was a nice park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Been here before and will come back, but would like to see picnic tables and would especially like to see better WiFi. WiFi coverage is extremely limited by trees growing in front of antenna and it is on the opposite side of the park from the space I stayed in. For some reason, the Verizon service is also poor in the park. The bars are there, but the Internet is very slow. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean. We had made our reservations at this park because of the indoor pool and hot tub. The pool was closed and the hot tub was not functioning. Wi-Fi was good and included in the rate. We had a monthly rate. Easy access from highway. DO NOT USE GPS instructions from Garmin or Tom Tom. It will try to divert you to a back road that is no longer in service. The laundry and shower rooms were clean and in good repair. I am learning that is as important as level parking spots! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice Park. Concrete pads, concrete roads, indoor pool & spa. The free Wi-Fi has a very limited range. The lighting could be better. Quite a few pole lights were dark. Bathrooms were very clean. Only drawback, motion activated lights in the bathrooms. When the women shower, the lights went out. I had to step out to get them to come back on. I was told it was creepy. Other than that, it is a great park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed at this RV park several times. Everything is nice except there is no shade. This did not bother us because it was raining. I would imagine that in the summer that it would be warm. Cement pads and large enough to be comfortable. Bathrooms were clean. The signs on the road are not visible until you have almost past the turn. The park is far enough away from the Interstate that you do not hear any road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of concrete and the little bit of grass is yellow. This has been one of the greenest years in Oregon so it looks like they are not watering. No dog area in the park. There is an adjacent field that is a city property within 2-3 blocks of the park. Wifi is very, very weak. Only one antenna to service a large park. Verizon is very weak here. This is not a good park for anyone who has internet business. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. The person in the office was very nice. This RV park is very clean. It looked like many people live here full time. But their RV's are clean and their spots very well keep. We enjoyed our time here if only for a night, hope to return for a longer stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here many times over the years and found the park a very nice place to stay and still do, but are starting to see a downtrend. Some of the long term older rigs are starting to look bad and and upkeep around them are looking trashy, especially site 113 that has potted dead and alive planters all around it, even extending onto the site next to it. One site has a storage shed in front of it. The sites for overnighters are kept very nice, but young trees extend over the RV site making it difficult to park and extend slides. The restrooms are a highlight as they are immaculate. My rate reflects a monthly rate. Overall, the park is the best place to stay in this area, but some general site rules and restrictions for the long term residents would help to improve this park greatly. It would help if these residents would take more pride in the park in which they live. The people who run the park are very nice and helpful, and even with the above comments, I still feel very good staying here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this a very nice, large, clean, and well organized RV park. Site have level concrete pads. Lots of pull throughs. It's a great location close to the freeway for a quick overnight stay (or longer), but far enough so you can't hear it. A couple of items may be slight negatives for some: 1. It's right next door to a small airport so you'll get some propeller driven aircraft noise during the day. 2. There are no picnic tables at the sites, so bring your own. 3. No shade trees at most of the sites. However, all this is more than made up for by all the wonderful things about this park. We'll most definitely stay here again when passing through. Price reflects a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice place to stay for overnight or few days. There is a large grassy field next door that is a great place to run your dog. This was our fourth time at this RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a lovely park. Clean with super friendly helpful staff. 24-hour indoor heated pool and hot tub, good Wi-Fi and clubhouse with exercise room with satellite and huge big screen in the main part for everyone. Quiet and pet friendly. Close in, nearby restaurants. Many people stay year round, it is that nice. We'll be back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have been staying here over the past 5 years and visit 6 or more times each year. In this time the Wi-Fi has improved if near enough to the antenna and the price has remained about the same. Only concern is that a couple of years ago, most of the grass was removed and replaced with round rock. I know maintenance is easier, but not as attractive. Easy access on and off the freeway. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very clean park close to a large recreational park. This park has a nice setting and a nice swimming pool. The management is friendly and co-operative. It is very close to all amenities. The only thing missing is that they do not supply any picnic table on their sites. A very nice place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a clean and inexpensive place to stay, no matter if it is for a day, week or long term. It is right next to a large park where you can let your dogs run off leash (please pick up your dog's messes as it it a soccer field for kids). Great park for riding bikes or walking also. It is too bad most other RV parks don't charge rates as fair as this park does. One change in the park has been the grassy areas around some of the spaces. They used to be nice and green and they are no longer watering them. Too bad, because the grass was more dressy for the park. As a whole though, this is one of the better and most reasonably priced parks we have stayed in. We have stayed here many times and will do so in the future when we come back to our home town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean well kept RV park that has easy access to I-5 yet it is quiet. Many pull through sites with wide streets. The internet signal at our site was weak yet worked well. Cable TV had 20 strong channels. The pool not hot enough for us and the hot tub was warm but not hot. Price reflects Good Sam Club discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is my first choice to stay when I am working in the area (Albany/Corvallis). The grounds are clean, level and quite. The proprietor is an absolute swettie. Big stores are very close. Indoor pool and spa are a little small but much appreciated after a hard day on a jobsite. Many people who stay here are transient workers like myself. I have found this to be a good indication regarding the quality of a park. Multiple bathrooms, showers and laundry buildings throughout the grounds. Very easy after hour check. Don't drive under the roof next to the office as it is a little low. Be sure to be quite if you come in late and you will love this place. Dump is at back of pull throughs so you will need a long hose to reach. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Stayed overnight at this park. Nice park, far enough away from Interstate 5 that is was quiet, yet not to far to the freeway. Pull through spaces were large and easy in and out. We will stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
For the price this is more of a 9. Very clean - QUIET enough to sleep. Mixture of seniors and youth without being obnoxious. Wi-Fi can be spotty buy air cards work well. 40' Motor home Ok 45' maybe to tight for comfort? We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is conveniently located close to I-5. The sites are cement and level with pull throughs and back-ins. If you hook up to sewer in a pull through you may have to unhook your tow unless you have a pretty long sewer hose. The hookups are near the back of the site. If they have WIFI it's not very strong as I couldn't connect to anything. There are small trees between most sites which are more an inconvenience than anything else. They either rub your slideouts or prevent opening your patio awning. It was fairly warm on the day we stayed, low 90s, and found that the electrical was lower than it should be for the temperature. Overall it is a nice RV Park and could be used for long term stays. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Located next to a large city park which is easily accessible for walks, etc. Very clean and neat RV park, with concreted sites throughout. Some noise from I-5 and light planes at the nearby airport, but the park itself was very quiet in spite of being fairly full. WiFi service was erratic and unreliable, threw our computers off every few minutes throughout the stay. Office clerk when we arrived a few minutes before official closing was unhelpful, wouldn't check us in though did assign a site. Different clerk the following days was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Quiet RV park about a 1/4 mile off I-5. Free Wi-Fi (get code from office) and cable TV. Restrooms and showers were clean. Level asphalt/concrete sites. No shade, but not hot this time of the year. Friendly staff; punch code for restrooms, but you need a key for pool area. Quite a few long-term RVers here, but all areas were clean and well kept. We just stayed over night, as we were passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is located just short of a mile off Interstate 5. There are sufficient and adequate signs to direct you to the location. Although the park is located in somewhat of an industrial area, the park has good landscaping around the perimeter so you aren't aware of the "industrial" location. RV spots are on concrete pads, which may or may not be level. Spaces are somewhat close together, but there is some "breathing room." I did notice that their sprinkler lines (for their landscaping between RV's) were extended on a "T" connection from the same lines as the water connection for the RV's. This makes me wonder if RV's get enough water pressure when sprinklers are run in the summer. (I only gave "8" because of this.) The park was about 3/4 full when I checked in, but it was very quiet! The literature for the park indicates there is a pool, spa, and small RV supply store; but I wasn't able to check them out. In order to use the pool, spa, and even the laundry room, you have to check out a key during office hours. (Which means you would then have to remember to RETURN said key before you left.) WiFi worked well, but I was in a spot near the center of the park. Very good cable TV, lots of channels. Great park for an overnight on the way north or south on Interstate 5. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here as a central location between Salem and Eugene with Coburg in the area also. We found this to be a very nice park. We stayed both on our way to Seattle for an overnight and again on our way back from Seattle for 3 nights. It is convenient to the freeway but with no noise. The park is very clean. Our only negative comments would be that they have no fenced dog area however, they are in back of a large park/soccer field and we would let our dog run there if there was no activity there or no people in the park. Also the spaces were a bit narrow. They were adequate so you did not feel cramped with your neighbors but they did not have very much patio room. We would absolutely stay there again either as an overnight or an extended stay to visit the area. The staff was friendly and helpful with suggestions for restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with paved level sites. We had grass between the sites in our row. The pool was open but the hot tub was under construction. We could not use the WiFi in our row back by the pool as the signal was too low. But overall a great place for a short stay or to headquarter for exploring the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful park with great employees and owners. We had no problem getting a WiFi connection. The signal was low but we had no problem getting email or surfing the web. The spaces are a great size and paved (that always gets our attention). There are two laundry rooms. The pool is indoors. We would have preferred an outdoor pool, however, being indoors makes the pool usable year-round. They are still having problems with the spa hot tub, but that did not deter our enjoyment of the park. The park is situated between Portland and Eugene and there are lots of wineries and other sightseeing adventures in the area. Even the Pacific coast is a relatively short drive. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here four times. It is one of our favorite parks. We use it when we attend the motorhome rallies at the fairgrounds. It is close to town and stores. The people that run it are very friendly and helpful. The spaces are great for a bigger rig. We recommend it to all our friends that are headed to Albany. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely park, next to a large park (great for kids), quiet, large pull-throughs, nice-sized spaces. Inside pool and spa and clean rest rooms. Small exercise room and rec room. Concrete pads and cable TV. Phone lines available at sites for longer term residents. NO WIFI, that's the only drawback here. This is great for exploring the area or just an overnight. Easy access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Knox Butte is a very old and tired “RV park” that needs a lot of TLC. The park is full of permanent residence who for the most part have let their rigs detonate to the point that some require tarps over the roofs. Most don’t keep the area around their homes clean and tidy. Although the owners are very personable and go the extra mile to make you feel welcome, they need to put some of that energy into cleaning up the park. I have to say that the bathrooms and laundry facilities were kept spotless during our stay. But, at $35 a night we expect much more that just a parking site. We will probably go somewhere else next time we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We made weekly reservations (for my brother and his rig and ours) several months in advance but upon arrival, the sites were occupied by part of a group that stayed extra days. They put us in temp sites with all the amenities but it was disappointing to say the least. Fortunately, we are adaptable. A lot of long term residents. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place should really be disclosed as a trailer park versus an RV park. Many more long term spots versus vacationing RVers. Very disappointing sites. We reserved a pull through but ended up with a back in. We will never stay here again. We cut our stay short. Only positive comment is that the office lady was very nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here for one night while passing through. Only have 2 sites for overnights. Mostly monthly spaces and all rented. Sites kept clean though. Our $28 for the night was Good Sam. We had a 30 amp site with full hookups. The 50 amp sites don't have sewer. Lady in office was very nice. Weak Wi-Fi but our Verizon was strong. Would stay here again if passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our very first extended stay at an RV Campground. I had contacted the owner earlier by email to reserve a space. When we arrived, we were welcomed like we were old friends. We stayed two weeks and three days and enjoyed every bit of it. We were able to visit the coast and go in to the interior from Knox Butte and were always given helpful advice. We also had wonderful neighbors. We will definitely highlight this part of our trip and hope to get back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park with mostly monthly residents. Only had about 5 sites for daily use. Only 4 pull through sites, with 3 occupied by monthlies. Most sites are level asphalt. Park is split in 2 parts with a stream between. There are showers and laundry units on both halves. Owners are very friendly and helpful in setting up and giving directions to local attractions. Sewers have multiple connections between sites. Ours was 20 feet away. Owners have lots of hard pipe to help with the connections. Our Direct TV satellite and mobile broadband worked well. There have a store at the office. Complaint: Restrooms were out of hand soap. Asked to fill. They put in a bottle with antibacterial soap, but it was missing the next day. We were here for a week and the rate is reflected. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.