Can't disagree with previous review. US Cell and Sprint cellphone will work. We have amp and outside antenna and got 3G Verizon internet but wife's phone didn't work. There are several gray water disposal basins so if you pick your spot you could run "gray" hose without moving. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Nice fish cleaning house which we used a lot! Most spots are big enough to have a tent plus an RV. Will return again. Price reflects senior discount of $2. In park WiFi is available if close enough to source. The name Hells Canyon has a lot to do with the temp as it was 111 degrees day and 70+ at night.
Would have given 10 except for no on site dump. Observed bathrooms with free showers. Used boat launch for fishing. Fish cleaning station. Used "reserveamerica.com" to reserve site which was really nice. Would stay again.
I gave this park a high rating mainly because it is there! Off river front sites are $20. On river front $25. Pretty quiet even though near I-205. Close to fast food and other shopping. Park gates locked at 10 pm to 6 am, so no drive through traffic during the night. There is a dump site for an additional $5. Friendly camp host. Would certainly stay again.
This is a small city owned RV Park. Most spots taken by long time users. We were here on gold mining outing and home of "pack-washer" dry washers. Fee breakdown is; FHU with A/C $14, w/o A/C $12; W/E with A/C $12; W/E w/o A/C $10; Weekly $75; Monthly $150 plus elect.
This is a city owned RV park with wide grass spots. Large open grass field with back-in spots on north and south sides. At $240 a month = $8 a day. Two washers/dryers @ $1.25. Excellent free Wi-Fi and cable. Fire-rings, open southern sky. I would stay here again.
In mid August 2011 we went to Minot to assist my aunt, whose house was flooded along with 3100 others. We called the Fairgrounds to see if space was available. Yes, we could have spot for $30 a night or $600 a month. No water or sewer, electric only. Asked about $15 rate last year only to be told it was $20 last year. Upon arrival in Minot we drove by Fairgrounds to see 20 of 200 spots being used. Keep in mind that 3100 homes were flooded and residents were parked in school parking lots for 2 month running generators. We will never stay at the Fairgrounds while they ignore their own citizens.
Appreciated the reviews prior to arrival as they influenced our check-in requests. End of September there were only 20 units in this 350-unit park. We could drive around and pick our spot. I faced west (into afternoon sun) to lower entry step height do to sloping sites. Not a big deal in our evaluation. Do need long sewer hose which I had. Lots to do in park: mini-golf, two pools and hot tubs. Because of the timing of our visit, there were few planned activities. Staff friendly and pleasant. We took several day drives to see the geology and fall colors. Would come here again.
Friendly office personnel. Stay was under C2C. Level back-in site with table and fire ring. Park was starting to close down for winter. Pesky squirrel dropped pine cones on coach roof and entered sewer bay and made nest of foam insulation. Great location, laundry $2 for wash/dry but cheaper than in town. I would stay here again.
This is a small park behind a convenience store gas station. Even though right next to I-84 found it to be fairly quiet. All pull thru spots with water and electric. Dump station on property. All gravel with young trees at every spot. Great stop with great price. I would stop here again.
This is membership park only. WH or AOR. Photo in book very deceiving. On side hill and spots are somewhat challenging to get into space. Spaces are not level and many blocks needed to level. Most are shared hookups. Trees can make satellite reception interesting but do have cable TV. This is older park that wasn’t build for big rigs but does accommodate them. Several long term member spots. Against tall hill and sun doesn’t hit park until mid-morning. Park is well maintained and clean. Daily activities. Park is on frontage road to Interstate 15 and does have traffic noise. Nice pool, hot tub. Nice laundry and club house. Does accept mail and packages. Management very friendly and cordial. Nice shopping. Excellent base camp for visiting National Parks. Follow directory directions to park NOT computer mapping. We would stay here again.
This is a well run small RV park that has many folks staying on monthly rates that are interested in gold mining. Spots are large and well graveled, some trees. Mostly clear southern sky for satellite dishes. Gravel interior roads. Large, clean laundry. Playground for kids. Propane available. Very well stocked store with snack bar. Very reasonable monthly rates. Some I-80 traffic noise. Within one mile to full service truck stop and casino with excellent buffet. Plan to stay there again.
We stayed here two years ago and new owner has made many improvements. Others talk about mud; give me a break, this is Oregon coast, it rains!! Staff helpful and friendly. Cleaner and dryer than two years ago and new owner making things better daily. Like access to fishing and leaving boat at dock, extra charge but is reasonable. Restaurant offers special meal deals for RVers.
Stayed here two years ago. Many new big (RV and two vehicles) spots with full hookup. WiFi marginal if long distance from office but scheduled for update. Great laundry room and second under construction. Some traffic noise but liveable. Only way could be better is if friendly managers brought coffee and doughnuts to coach. This park part of five park Canadian chain of parks. Recommend to all.
5 mi north of town on US-165. Pull in between the Best Western and the Casino. Dry camp free in back of casino parking lot. Straight back to a Coushatta Campground, very nice Full Hookups w/cable: Concrete pads, grass between large site, table, 50 amp. Also rental park models. Free shuttle to casino. Pool, Lodge, Bathhouses, Laundry, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Horseshoes. Check website or Trailer Life Directory for coupon 5 nights/pay for 3. We paid $49 for 5 nights. Used 1-07
We there on $99 a week special. W/E only. Could have upgraded for more money. Three pools. Many weekly activities. Accept mail. Paved roads, some paved pads. Clean and well run park. There are two entrances and sides; Oak and Palms. Oak is quieter. Close to shopping and entertainment. Would stay there again.
Nice open spots. Need leveling jack bases some soft sand. Activities hadn't really started. Cold water in pool from recent fill. Several clothes washers broken for all two weeks. Long distance to stores but quiet. I would stay there again.
We stayed under C2C. Required cash payment but did accept internet reservation. Mostly grass pull thru but some concrete pads. Very clean and neat. Pleasant managers and staff. Not computerized park. Recently bought by Thousand Trails and is on their website. Mostly clear southern sky for satellites. Clean laundry. Would have higher rating if cable and modem. Would stay there again.
I can see that train noise might be bad if parked in one of the back-in spots. We were on other side and didn't find noise over whelming. Very nice personnel. We would stay there again. Just ask ahead for spot away from tracks. There are a couple of sites where you can get clear south sky for dish.
We looked at all RV Park in Minot before looking here. Quietest of all, yes some train noise but not overwhelming. WiFi weak but there. Staff was pleasant and helpful. Limited satellite spaces, ask ahead if important. Would stay there again.
C2C and AOR spots are close to RR Tracks. Only some sites can get free WiFi. No cable and too heavy treed for satellite service. 24hr security gate. Fitness room equipment broken. Nice pool - small hot tub. Limited laundry (2 W/D). Would use again.