This campground is NOT big rig friendly. The interior roads, while paved, are narrow and winding. Backing into our site was difficult due to very tight access. Our site was barely long enough to take our 38' motorhome and it took quite a bit of work to level our rig. Apparently the large majority of rigs in this campground are full time residents or long term. The sites available for shorter term visitors seem to be relegated to the outer edges of the park. While the full time and longer term residents appear to be taking care of their sites, mine was unkempt, with bottles and cans in the fire pit along with many cigarette butts. The Wi-Fi was strong even at the outer edges of the park but you have to ask for the password, it is not offered. Similarly you must ask for the Good Sam discount when you register, it too is not offered. The park seems primarily oriented to long term or seasonal residents not those of us who are just passing through. We will not return.
This is one of our absolute favorite RV parks. Clean, nice paved sites with full hookups. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Just a great place to stay and see the sights in the Olympic Peninsula from. We will definitely return. Only minor issue is that internet is only available directly from the park modem using an Ethernet cable you have to run through your window. Otherwise the connection is excellent. We will definitely return.
This is a new campground with a lot of potential. Nice large level sites. Very family oriented. Only concerns no cable even though it is wired for it, train noise, track is very close by along with apparently uncontrolled crossings in the vicinity. Trains blow their horns for these crossings at all hours of the day and night. Some work needs to be done on the sites such as putting in grass instead of weeds. Would return for a short stay.
This park appears to date from the 70s or 80s. Nice shady sites but a big rig will have to do some careful maneuvering in all but a few of them. Many residents appear to be permanent or semi-permanent, some quite run down. Security appears to be a problem in this part of the city as the park is surrounded by a chain link fence topped with barbed wire, and the access gate closes at 11 PM with no access in or out. In the future we will look somewhere else to stay.
This is an attractive setting for a campground with a lot of potential.Our site was a good size for our 38' motorhome. Downside - no sewer connection, no 50 amp, no cable, no antenna TV reception and the power was out at night due to CP Rail doing something to the power grid. Not good for the price. Better value at other campgrounds in the area. Will not return.