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rating [ 7/10 ]
Happy to find an RV park that is close to the grape vine when traveling south on I-5 towards LA. I like to go up the pass first thing in the morning so very convenient for that. It's 9 miles east of exit #239 on Bear Mountain Blvd. and Union, close to Hwy 99. Nice clean newer park, very quite and well laid out. It's mostly all large pull throughs so plenty of room for our motorhome slides and car in tow. Streets are paved, sites are level and gravel. Has some green grass on ends of streets and inside dog run. Manager was nice and courteous. Wi-Fi worked good (average) also has a few cable channels and local HD channels are available over airways. I will stay here again.
rating [ 9/10 ]
Found this campground on Passport America's website (price reflects 50% off). We did not know what to expect but we were pleasantly surprised. Small friendly park in a forest-like setting. Mostly back in sites with a couple pull-throughs on one side of the camp ground and remote tent/RV camping on the other side. The host was great, he found an extra dish receiver for us and was able to hook us up with over 100 channels on Direct TV. The Wi-Fi was spotty (off and on) and was somewhat usable. There is no cell phone service with AT&T but Verizon had a tower nearby providing an excellent signal. The log cabin clubhouse recently burnt down and according to the manager will be rebuilt soon, but don't let this deter you. The 3 day weekend we spent there was fabulous. The fresh caught salmon dinner on Saturday night is the best I've ever had. Live entertainment was awesome. This park may not be for everyone, 38 foot plus motorhomes will find it difficult to maneuver.
rating [ 10/10 ]
Beautiful, peaceful and quiet. This park is a hidden gem. Found out about it while we were staying at the Northern Lights Casino near Anacortes. The host was gracious on the phone as she found a spot for us during a Canadian holiday. The park was very full! She put us in an oversized pull through end site (B-17) with 15/30/50 amp service. Some sites have 100 amp service. We also had 99 cable TV channels and 100% signal with the parks Wi-Fi at no additional charge. Satellite TV may be difficult to set up depending on which site you have. (Most sites have lots of trees.) The park is nestled inside a large wooded area about half way in between La Conner and Anacortes. Close enough to drive to the store, but far enough to feel like you are lost in the woods of a beautiful state park. Whale watching tours are popular around this area, a must see!
rating [ 9/10 ]
Notes on Nov review below are accurate except the WiFi has since been fixed and works well. This is a great place to stay for a week or longer to explore Tombstone and surrounding area. Only a couple negatives. The dog run is stark and claustrophobic, my dog refused to go inside, no grass for dogs anywhere in park. Park is about a 1/2 mile away from train tracks, traffic is heavy and noisy during the day, lighter traffic is tolerable at night.
rating [ 3/10 ]
Called on cell phone to reserve space, person that answered phone talked very fast and was hard to understand, but I was able to get directions. Check in was quick, first impression was this is an older, somewhat dirty RV park. Has nice pull throughs, I was assigned space 108. Sites are gravel with a cement patio pad. Took dog for a quick walk and found nothing but thorns around campsites. I had to walk the dog on the pavement all the way to the front office to find a small part of some what dead grass for him to do his business. When I got back I hooked up as usual but found the sewer pipe had no room to screw on the adapter. I found a couple of rocks and set them on top and opened my black water tank. All of a sudden it was a Robin Williams moment, the adapter started to take off because the drain was completely plugged! I shut off the valve but it was too late, raw sewage everywhere! By this time I was livid, I then looked at other campsites and found they had a different types of septic hook up. I found a stick and dug through the thorny weeds to find a hidden hook up. There is no excuse for this. Why wouldn't someone keep the weeds from growing around the sewer hook ups!
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