This park was really quite nice. It is on a golf course. The manager went out of her way to get us spaces during the kite festival in Long Beach, WA (a must see). They take cash or check only. It is a small park with lots of boats. The laundry is $2 to wash and $2 to dry. We went to a Laundromat on the main road into the park. It was cheaper and quicker. The park is quiet and near all the tourist spots. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed at this RV park while we were on a cruise to Alaska. They provide storage for the RVs with electricity for $3 per day. The regular daily rate is $40, which seemed a bit high for the amenities. However, we would definitely stay here again if in this area. One thing to watch out for. Their signage is very poor, and we missed our turn which meant going up the road to find a place to turn around. The park is on a corner, and the only sign is right there, so if you don't see it, be prepared to turn around.
We spent a week at this park. The managers went out of their way to accommodate us and to make our stay enjoyable. They even found a space for our friends who got there a day early. They were full of information about places to go and restaurants that were good. We love Grants Pass and will definitely come back again. The river-view sights were especially nice.
We stay at this RV site whenever we are in Dixon. Our daughter lives here, so this is our home base. This is a nice site. Sites are gravel, clean, and most have full hookups except cable and WI-FI, but antenna gets the main channels and our Verizon card works great. We find it a good place because everything is available nearby - Walmart, Safeway, CVS, and plenty of good restaurants. There is no weekly or monthly rate, nor do you get any discounts, but for a stopover, it is great.
Nice park at the edge of town. Easy on and off the interstate. The spaces are very narrow, and since we didn't unhook, we couldn't put down our front steps because of the logs lining the space. Used the rear steps, so we were okay. We stayed an extra day due to the wind. We would stay here again. The staff was very friendly and the store is quite well stocked with RV supplies.
We love this park. This our second stay. The sites are cement and level. They are long, and there is a separate space to park a tow vehicle. Reno is close, if you want to go to the casinos. We didn't do much but just sit on this trip, since we were ending 6 months on the road. There is a guide to your site, full hookups, and Astro-turf and a picnic table. Plenty of trees changing color. We will definitely come back again. It is a great park.
This is a very clean RV park, even though there are lots of full-timers. Those we met were very nice. Lots of young couples. Traffic driving around in the park did speed, but didn't bother us. Nice and quiet except for the trains, but they don't bother us at all. Laundry room was reasonable ($2.50 per load), and nice and clean. The park is not well marked but the driveway is just past the Comfort Inn on Idaho Street. There is a sign up next to the freeway, but it is past the entrance. We would stay here again. Only drawback to Nevada is the wind. We had to stay a few extra days so we could continue west, and it is a bit pricey.
We loved this RV Park. We had a great spot, under trees, and with a view of the Snake River. The staff was great, and we extended our stay. The park is a little far to visit Twin Falls (40 minutes), but the town of Burley is nearby for anything you might need. We drove out to Minidota, the Japanese Internment Camp, and of course, saw the Snake River Canyon from several views. Unfortunately, there was very little water in Shoshone Falls and Twin Falls, but still has beautiful views. The golf course at the bottom of the canyon looked like a great place for a round of golf. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice RV park on the edge of Pocatello. Even though our space was at the back, against the fence, next to a parking lot, it was very quiet. We never heard the cars come or go. There are some permanent RVs, but nice people, and very quiet. The laundry is very cheap - $1.00 to wash and $1.50 to dry. Recommend you visit the Museum of Clean and the Fort Hall and early Pocatello town that has been recreated. Also a zoo and Museum. In town, there is a Costco, Walmart, and Fred Myers. Drove out to Masacre Rocks and Inscription Rock, which are out past American Falls and are part of the Oregon Trail and very interesting.
This is a nice mom and pop RV park, with shade from lovely Weeping Willows. It is actually in the town of Thornton, which is outside Rexburg. The park is quiet, and has gravel sites which we needed to level just a bit. It is easy on and off Highway 20, but don't follow Mapquest. We came from West Yellowstone, headed towards Idaho Falls. Turn left at the Shell Gas Station on 20, go over the tracks, and turn left at the stop sign. The park is on the right between two fences that say RV Park! Hosts were very nice and helpful. Yellowstone Bear Park is a must-see. Only 30 minutes to Idaho Falls - be sure to see the falls. There is a Walmart in Rexburg (not a Super) and an Albertson's with good produce. Would definitely stay again.
This is a very nice campground with wonderful staff. It is right on Hebgen Lake, and it is just down the road from Quake Lake. The drive to Yellowstone is about 15 minutes. It is quite dark at the RV park, so the stars are amazing. The laundry is clean ($2.00 wash and $.50 dry). Quiet at night, the spaces are quite large and spaced nicely to allow privacy. There are no trees, and it can be quite windy in the area. Yellowstone is amazing, and we spent most of our time there. Bozeman and Montana State University are a 90-minute drive up the beautiful Gallatin Canyon, which is a must-see. Three Forks is near Bozeman (Missouri River Headworks). There is a Walmart, Costco, etc., in Bozeman. We would definitely stay here again.
We enjoyed staying at this park. It is clean, relatively quiet, and the staff is great. They have a chicken restaurant on-site for take out. The food is very good. We had a large, pull-through site with full hookups. TV is okay - no cable. The pool looked nice, and the laundry is very clean. It is $2 to wash and $2 to dry. The sites are gravel, but are level, and the park is near all the stores. If you are in Butte, be sure to take the Trolley Tour. It is very informative. Butte is a very interesting town. We are planning a trip back in two years and will definitely stay here.
We stayed here on C2C. This RV Park is really quite nice. The sites are level, the cable is great, and our Verizon MiFi worked great. There are no trees for shade, and it is awfully close to the I-90, which made it very noisy. The noise didn't keep us awake, and I'm a fairly light sleeper. It is easy in and out, and is not far from Butte and Helena. We also went over to Phillipsburg and Anaconda, both old mining towns. The Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge is a must-see. So is the automobile collection. We would definitely stay here again, if we are in the area.
Wonderful place to stay while in Missoula. The park is on the outskirts of town and away from the interstate, so very quiet. Lots of pine trees and hundreds of flowers. My husband is a plant nut, so he photographed the flowers - kept him busy! Nice, clean laundry and rec room with TV and loads of cable stations. Gasoline nearby, and lots to see in Missoula, including Fort Missoula. Cracker Barrel right down the highway for good food. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a great park to stay in while visiting Glacier National Park, Hungry Horse Dam, Whitefish, Flathead Lake and Kalispell. The owners are very nice. The laundry is clean, a little expensive ($2 to wash and $2 to dry), but all appliances were working well. The meat market that is next door is fabulous. When my husband got sick during our stay, the owner arranged for us to stay as long as we needed - great hospital in Whitefish - North Valley. Recommend it highly. Fortunately, no surgery was needed, and we were on the road with just a short additional stay. Can't think of any negatives except maybe the spaces are a little close, but that didn't both us. We had a back-in (#29) and loved the shade. We will definitely go back anytime we are in the area.
This is a lovely RV park. The spaces are spread apart, so it feels like a park. Lots of trees and grass. We were up on top. And yes, there are trains that go by, and they do blow their horns, but it is mostly during the day. We didn't hear any trains at nights. It was not a level site, but easy to level up. The river is close by, as is the state park. Beautiful mountains. We would definitely stay here if we are in the area.
This is an amazing find on Lake Pend Oreille. It is not a huge RV Park, but cozy, well-kept, and one we will go back to again and again. Both of our neighbors come back every year. We were in Site No. 2, which is in the front row, facing the lake. While you don't have an open view of the lake, you can still see the lake and the sunsets. It is just a walk across the road and you are at the lake. The deer are an added bonus. Just loved the place and recommend it to everyone.
Ponderosa Falls is the best of the KM properties that we have stayed in. The park is about 5 miles out of Cheney, and 15 minutes out of Spokane. There is a Walmart nearby. We had a "problem" with our reservation, even though they had confirmed them, so they put us up on a hill that was all dirt and weeds (it would be a great spot if they just took care of it). We have gotten spots like this before at other KM parks. We have been told that KM reserves the good sites for members only (we are C2C). At $10 per night, it was fine. It was a large space, and we did have full hookups, but every time a car went down the road, we got hit with a lot of dust. The laundry was clean and cheap. There is a nice mini golf course, and the park is gated, which is nice. We would stay again, but I would definitely reconfirm reservations the next time, probably several times and ask for them in writing! If you are in Spokane, can't say enough about Anthony's Restaurant overlooking the falls. Food was great and atmosphere superb.
The only reason I didn't rate this park a "10" is there is no shade. It is a lovely, clean park, with four hookups for each site, allowing you to customize your setup and concrete pads. We stayed only 3 days during 4th of July weekend, but could see the fireworks from the high school from our site. That said, people in the park were shooting off bottle rockets and fireworks, which they weren't supposed to be doing, and it was a concern that one would land on an RV roof. We did not find it at all noisy from the road and the Snake River is right there. Our site was supposed to have a water view, but a huge motorhome pulled in next to us and blocked our view of everything. The staff is very nice, the pool is indoors, as is the hot tub, and the laundry is very clean and only $1.00 to wash and $1.00 to dry. The store is lacking in supplies, but Krueger's RV is right down the road for RV parts, and there are several grocery stores in town. Just a note - when coming into Clarkston down Highway 95, there is a 2,000 foot drop, making the road very steep for about 10 minutes. I was driving, and we made it, but very happy when we got to the bottom. We would definitely stay here again.
O'Sullivan's is a nice RV Park. There are plenty of shady sites. Each seems to have a picnic table and the sites are wide. We stayed here on C2C. It is a membership park and a lot of the sites were "reserved." There are no pull-thru sites; only pull-in sites. Some of the sites can hold 2 RVs, but in order to pull your RV in, detach, and pull your tow vehicle out, you have to drive on the grass, which they tell you not to do. We had a long, back-in site that was quite nice. The people next to us, who were members, had a truck camper, which they dropped, two or three tents, jet skis, and a boat. There are boats and kids everywhere, but not a problem. The only real complaint we had was the woman at the front desk. She was very curt and unpleasant (kept asking me if we were members), and the number of golf carts being driven by kids going really fast up and down the roads. Also, there are lots of speed bumps, which the kids hit very fast. Quiet at night. It is 12 miles to the nearest bigger city, Moses Lake. There is a small store that has the necessities and a Union 76 gas station with diesel. We would go back again if we are in the area.
We actually liked this park even though the town of Umatilla really doesn't offer much to do. We arrived on Landing Day, a celebration of the town, and were treated to amazing fireworks on the river. We were able to sit in our RV and watch them. We had a pull-through, which was on the opposite side from the river. It was quiet, easy to get into and out of, and the people at the park were very nice. The town of Hermiston is about ten minutes away and has a Walmart and other shopping. The town of Umatilla has a grocery store, gas (diesel), and easy access to Highways 82 and 84. The RV park does not have a laundry, so we went to Hermiston to wash. It was very expensive, but clothes came out clean - all that mattered at that point. We would stay here again if we were in the area. TV was very spotty, but Verizon MiFi worked great.
We were quite happy with this park. It is a beautiful park. It is well cared for, with fairly level asphalt spaces. Our rig is 32 feet and we fit quite nicely. They let us park our truck in the small space next to us (we were in 27). There are a lot of trains that go by - no whistles, and we backed up to Highway 14, but we had no trouble sleeping, and I am a light sleeper. We drove over the Hood River Bridge to get there, which is great because it is a right turn at the end of the bridge and an immediate right turn into the RV Park. However, that said, if it had been windy that day, the bridge could be a challenge. It is a narrow, two-lane bridge. We did drive 14 over from Vancouver one day, and we found the road to be just fine. It is a two-lane road, and the minimum height at the tunnels is 14'1". We met a number of motorhomes and trailers driving across 14, so apparently the tunnels were no big deal. We will definitely come back here anytime we are in the area.
Winchester Bay is always a 10. Beautiful park, clean restrooms and great laundry facilities. It took a little too long to dry ($3.00 per load instead of $1.50), but that is the only fault I can find with this park. We have stayed here before and just love it. It was raining, so we ended up staying 5 nights. Umpqua Lighthouse is right above the park, a very short drive, and so are the Oregon Dunes Recreational Park where ATVs abound. We will always come back here when we are in the area.
This is our second time here. The park is clean, with lots of beautiful flowers. We stayed here for a week, visiting Eureka, Avenue of the Giants, Rockefeller Grove, an absolute must-see), and Ferndale, also a must-see. Close to Eureka and the Samoa Cookhouse, which is a must-eat. Best food ever. Grocery and restaurants close by. We will definitely stay here when in the area. Good cable and Wi-Fi worked great.
This was our first time at this campground. The Redwood trees in the park are beautiful, and our space (No. 40 - nice and long) was right next to two of them. This is an older park and had not been cleaned up since winter. Our main complaint was that it took us close to an hour to level our RV. Space needed gravel, told staff, and they added it to the list of sites to fix. We were just below 101, but noise didn't bother us at all at night. Our Verizon MiFi worked, but slow. No TV. Lots to see including Chandalier Drive-Thru tree. Confusion Hill, and Avenue of the Giants. Would definitely stay here again.
We spent 10 days in this park. Just below I-5, but not much noise. Certainly didn't bother us at night with windows open. Nice park with friendly hosts. Sites are narrow, but are tiered, so we had a fabulous view of the mountains and valley out our windows. Cement pads and very level. Great cable and Wi-Fi. Would definitely come back again.
This resort was lovely. Lots of trees, deer in the early evening, and a lake to die for. We even had use of a boat and saw a bald eagle pick up a fish for dinner out of the lake and fly off. It is quiet, peaceful, and I would have given it a 10 if the sewer system had been better. Most of the sewers are uphill from the RVs creating a dumping problem. Also, lots of yellow jackets in September. There are only two washers and two dryers for the whole resort, which includes a number of cabins. Verizon WiFi worked very well. We would come back again. Had a very enjoyable time.
This RV park was very nice. The spaces were large with room between. There were two dinners while we were there for very reasonable amounts and were delicious. The laundry is larger than most with 6 washers and 6 dryers. Hosts were very friendly and helpful when we added more days with our Coast to Coast. Lots to do in Silverton, and don't miss Mt. Angel for lunch or dinner and a beautiful abbey. Close to Salem for shopping. Used Roth's while in town - great produce and meat department. Would definitely stay here again.
You cannot beat Casey's for a place to relax and wind down from a trip. Right on the river, Casey's just demands a chair by the river and a good book. Trains do go by, but not bad. Laundry has 3 washers and 3 dryers. Showers are huge, family style. Restrooms are always clean. We stay here anytime we are in the area.
We stayed here two years ago, and don't remember the noise from the road. Also, it is on the approach path of the Portland Airport. Other than the noise, we love this park. It is close to the Columbia Gorge, Portland, and the Columbia River. There is a Camping World right down the road. The park is clean, neat, has a lovely pool, and nice sized sites. This time we were in a back-in at the edge of the park, which may mean more noise. If you were parked further into the park, the road noise might not be so bad. Noise does die down at night, as do the planes coming in to the airport. We would definitely stay here again, but would ask for a space further into the park. Nice paved roads and level sites.
Nice campground with huge spaces. Lots of room between sites. Little to no shade. We stayed here two weeks. Close to Bend and lots to see including a beautiful waterfall just up the road from the park. Restaurant was good, but has a very small selection. We woke up every morning to a view of the 3 sisters and Mt. Bachelor. Some noise from the highway, but not enough to keep us from sleeping well. Some dust on the main roads, but none on the side roads. Laundry was cheap: $1.00 per load. Would definitely stay here again.
This is a lovely park, situated off the freeway, with large spaces and lots of trees. We stayed here for 8 days, visiting Lassen, waterfalls, and Lake Almandor, all within an easy days drive. The owners are very nice, and take pride in their park. Shopping is nearby, as is gasoline. We would stay here over and over when in the area. We stayed in a travel trailer.
Very clean campground with helpful staff. We planned to stay only one night, but ended up staying an extra day to see Springfield. The roads were a bit bumpy from lots of potholes made by recent rain storms. We stayed on the top level, which was a bit dryer. The upper level is all back-ins, but very spacious. The only complaint was the train. It runs right next to the park, and at night it sounds like it is going to come into your trailer. We don't mind trains, but this one was loud. We had a wonderful dinner at Ariston's Restaurant in Litchfield. Lots of people there - always busy. We would come and stay again, even with the train.
This is a lovely park in the Amish area near Mt. Eaton. The staff is very helpful. I went up one morning to find freshly made Amish baked goods for sale in the lobby including the best bread I have ever had. On Friday and Saturday nights, an Amish couple comes to sell their homemade baskets, which are very reasonable. The park was full on the weekend, but emptied out on Monday. There is an indoor pool and play yard, and I saw a volleyball pit. We were very comfortable here and would definitely come back again and again.
This is a very small RV park just off the freeway. There was no one there when we got there; just instructions to pay and pick a space. No bathroom code, but got it from another camper. No toilet paper, so take your own just in case! Office finally opened about two hours after we got there. A little noisy at night, and not easy on and off, but a clean park and fine for an overnight. We would stay again when passing through.
This is a very nice, clean RV Park. We stayed 2 nights. The staff was very friendly, it was a little noisy from highway, but not enough to keep us awake. Lizzie Mae's Gift Shop is a wonderful place to shop and pick up souvenirs and other collectibles. We toured Palo Duro Canyon. Definitely worth a visit. We also visited Route 66 stuff such as the Cadillac Ranch and old buildings in Amarillo. We would stay here again and again when visiting Amarillo. Very easy on and off highway.
We camped here with Coast to Coast. It is a smaller park with tiered, back-in spaces. We have a 30-foot RV, and they put us in a 31-foot site. Damaged the front of our RV when trying to get out. Sites are level, and most overlook the river. Nothing here for kids. Water has fast current. Staff is friendly. No store on-site or nearby. Had to go to Fort Mojave for groceries. Would not stay here again.
Park is located about 4 miles out of Lone Pine. It has gravel sites that are level. When wind hits, the park can be very dusty, but otherwise sites are spacious and easy to access. View of mountains is spectacular. Staff is friendly and store is well-stocked. Usually quiet at night. Pool and laundry were clean, but washers weren't working properly. Would definitely stay here again.
This is a very clean park, right off Highway 99. We only stayed one night, but would definitely stay longer if in the area. Restaurant on site and very good. Staff was friendly and led us to site. Do not follow mapquest instructions when leaving. Turn right out of park and go to Panama Lane (signal). Turn left for freeway access. No U turn necessary. Camping World right up the road on Wible.
This is a very clean park and reasonably quiet. The owner takes great pride in his beautifully manicured lawns. There is no need for mats because the grass is thick and lush. The bathrooms are always clean, as is the laundry room. This was our second stay here, and we would definitely come back again and again. We had plenty of room for our awning and two chairs the first time we stayed here. We didn't get them out this trip because of the weather.
This is a lovely park in Fortuna, near Ferndale, Eureka, and the Redwoods. The only complaint was the showers, which should have been a lot cleaner. Restrooms were fine. If you come here, be sure to take the Lost Scenic Drive out of Ferndale. It is amazing. Park had a little noise from Highway 101, but not enough to keep us awake at night. There are a number of full-timers here with older rigs, but everyone seemed very nice. We would stay here again.
We love to camp here. There is so much to do for kids or grandkids. The pool is clean and the staff is very friendly. We have family in the area, so we camp here often. Some spaces are a bit dusty, and with all the kids it is a bit noisy at times. However, the restrooms are clean, the showers are clean, and it is way off the main highway so nighttime is very quiet. No railroad trains or freeways nearby as with many KOAs.
This RV campground was very clean, very quiet, and a total pleasure to visit. The staff is helpful, and the amenities are clean. The restrooms are clean and some are completely remodeled with huge showers. Lots of trees for shade. We would recommend this to anyone who wants to "camp in the woods" and still be within driving distance of Jackson Rancheria and the gold country. We even took one afternoon and drove over to Lake Tahoe. Not a bad drive at all. Definitely a 10.