Check-in is easy with parking at the office for only two rigs. The roads are a little narrow which makes for difficult two way traffic. There are a lot of sites which are in the trees and are heavily shaded. Others with a water view and the remainder on the water. There are long-term residents located in the centre of the campground and some of the rigs are looking old/dirty. The area we stayed in had rigs facing the water and the rigs behind would be tiered higher so they also had an unobstructed water view. There are about 10 sites with 50 amp service but none at the lower sites facing the water. There is a new children's park area with camp sites scattered around so parents can watch their kids. Staff runs around the campground on golf carts keeping on eye on things. We will definitely stay here again
This is a beutiful park in a quiet area of rural Courtenay. The gravel sites are level and large with plenty of space in between sites. The existing CG has large shade trees. A new part of the CG has 2 locations with about 12 sites centred around a large fire ring (think wagon wheel). These sites are primarily for groups that camp together. It will take a few years for planted trees to mature in this area. There is excellent WIFI for $2 per day. There is also a stocked trout pond where there is fly fishing for a fee. The owner has nearly finished a large communal building complete with a fireplace where groups can gather in the summer or fall. The doors roll up like a garage allowing the space to be almost outdoor. There is a great area beside the CG for nature walks. And CourtenayComox and the Military Base is close. We will definitely stay here again
The check in was easy and staff was friendly. There is a common room with a pool table and Ping-Pong table. There is a very small room with some exercise equipment. The sites are mostly pull through and are wide, long, level and concrete. They can easily accommodate a bigger rig and tow vehicle. There is plenty of room between sites but no real privacy between sites. There is some noise from trucks working at a warehouse behind the park, and on the opposite end of the park there is an endless stream of homeless males walking/biking along a bush path to an older RV park next to this one. There is a nice outdoor seasonal pool and covered hot tub. The showers and washrooms are used by swimmers and although private they were not in order. The washrooms had been used all day by swimmers. The only thing that struck me as missing was live plants and some shrubbery among the sites. There are a lot of full timers here who are friendly and keep their sites in order. There is noise from the I-5 and a train which runs at night. This is a good park to stay overnight.
Would have given a 10, but the pull thrus aren't long enough to hold our 5th wheel and pick up. The sites, concrete and level are pretty close together as well, but there is full size picnic table and lush green grass with shrubbery. There is a very nice pool and hot tub. The staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. There was about 30 plus cable TV stations. There is a movie shown each evening in the resorts media room and the laundry is open 24 hrs and at a reasonable price. The washrooms are very clean and have about 6 private and roomy showers. Although there is a little noise from the main road, considering that the park is minutes away from downtown Salem, it is hardly noticeable. There is a path on one side of the park which was full of blackberry's ready for picking. We will definitely stay here again.
This is beautiful park in the Willamette National Forest. The owner met us and actually remembered us from last year. Registration was quick. Our pull thru was plenty big with a concrete level pad complete with a large grassed area with a full size picnic table. The front pull thrus face the Willamette River, which apparently has fish. The washrooms and showers are clean and the WIFI is very strong. There are about 12 cable channels. There is a common covered area complete with fridges and BBQs where families and groups can gather. There is also a soft ice cream machine which the owners have provided on the honor system ($1). There is also a pool. There is plenty of off road mountain biking, hiking and other outdoor activities. The longest covered bridge in Oregon is located minutes away in Westfir. There is a small town close by with access to groceries and other minor services. There is train that rolls thru a couple of times a day, but it didn't bother us. We stayed here in a 5th wheel.
Everything about this RV park is first class. The registering was quick and although there were a number of large rigs registering there is plenty of parking. The staff escorts you to your site. The sites are large, level concrete and most are shaded. The indoor pool is clean and the equipment in the exercise room is very good and modern. The washrooms are very clean and and each washroom contains its own toilet, sink and large tiled shower. The laundry is located at either end of the park and are very clean and inexpensive. We didn't use the WIFI. There is a shuttle that picks folks up and drives them to the nearby casino/hotel.
This is a first rate resort surrounded by water on 3 sides. The staff were friendly and helpful getting us registered and to our site. The sites are large, concrete and level with both good sized pull throughs through the center of the resort and back ins on the perimeter. The washrooms/washer/dryers are located in one of two large and bright buildings located strategically to serve the resort. The cost of washing/drying is a little on the high side of average. There are no noisy ATV's permitted to drive through the resort. The WIFI is good. There are some great things to do around the resort to keep busy.
We made our reservations in January and arrived at the Campground to learn that our reservations had been cancelled at some point. We had requested a specific spot which was now gone. The staff was very friendly and accommodating and found a spot for us, but it was near the road. The resort roads are tight but manageable for big rigs. The pull thru we were placed was short and near the Coastal Highway, so there was some noise. Wi-Fi was very good. The washrooms were clean, but the shower floors were stained and in need of a scrubbing. The Friday afternoon appetizers at the fire ring were a nice touch. We stayed here for three nights. We would overnight here again.
Great camp ground and friendly staff. The office has a minor amount of groceries for emergencies. We stayed in a pull through overnight. Site was concrete and level. Park is very nicely treed and clean. We didn't use the washroom. There is no pool. Very close to shopping at Anacortes, the WA state ferry terminal, and LaConner.
This a beautiful RV park next to a world class air museum in wine country. There a large number of pull thrus which are level concrete pads. The park is exceptionally clean and organized, and the staff is friendly and helpful. There is a pool, but we didn't use it. The surrounding towns have good shopping and are just nice to walk around in. This is our second visit to this park and we will definitely return.
This is a great park located near the I-5, but very quiet. The pads are mostly pull-throughs and are long, large and level. The area is surrounded by a berm with a path on the top which runs next to a river. We stay here every year before beginning our annual August trip. We didn't use the washrooms or other services. We will stay here again.
There are a lot of permanents/seasonal rigs in the park. The permanents appear to occupy the back in spots around the perimeter of the park and the rigs that show up for a day or two get assigned the pull thrus. We were given a pull thru with all the services at the rear, well away from our sewer opening. The sites are about 60 foot long concrete pull thrus but ours was way out of level front to rear. There are bushes and mature trees that provide some screening. There are no picnic benches but there is some grass to sit out at night. The washrooms are clean but in need of updating. There are only two showers which are not very wide. There was a common room but it was locked. The WIFI is strong and cable is good. This is good park for spending a night while travelling thru. We would stay again.
This is first class park with courteous staff and wide, level concrete pads. The WIFI is excellent. There is a large outdoor pool and the washroom/showers are private and very clean. Laundry is $1.25 for both and the machines look newer. You can walk (5 minutes) to the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum and literally spend a day checking out the exhibits. There is a huge indoor waterpark which is part of the museum which is a must see for kids. The area around McMinnville has lots to see and do. This is a first rate CG. We stayed here in a 5th wheel.
When we went into register the blonde older lady taking our registration was not the friendliest. The Campground is surrounded by water on 3 sides and we were facing the water. The water front sites provide an amazing view of the ocean. The sites are concrete and level. The Wi-Fi is spotty with 2 bars at best. The bathroom vents in the ceiling need a cleaning but other than that, the washrooms were clean. The showers are odd, in that you have to press a button every 45 seconds to continue your shower with no control of hot/cold water. The camp hosts keep the sites immaculate, cleaning each site after the camper has left. This is one of the few CG that do not allow ATV's in the area.
This is a first rate campground. Staff is courteous and meet you when you are registering and escort you to your site. The pull through sites are large, the showers private and clean. Laundry is $1.25 for washing and $1.00 for drying. The sites are concrete level pads with strategically placed services allowing for any rig to hook up easily. Many sites have shade trees. There is a free shuttle to run campers to the casino located about 3 minutes away across the highway. It will also drive you to nearby local restaurants and grocery store. The Wi-Fi is perfect. There are no activities, other than swimming at the pool, for children. This is one of the best RV Campgrounds we've stayed at.
This is one of best parks we've stayed in. Staff was excellent and guide you to your site. Most of the sites are very large pull through which can accommodate the largest rigs and toads without an issue. You have a choice of which side to hook-up your services. Everything in this park is first rate. The pool is large and the common areas well appointed and clean as were the washroom areas which were located at two ends of the park. I look forward to staying here again.
Park is next to the I-5 but not much noise is heard, none in our trailer. Staff are very friendly. The park is very clean and well maintained. There are 3 washrooms with large showers which were clean and there are 3 washer/dryers costing $1.75 per load to wash and same for drying. The sites, which are narrow are on a terraced hill which makes for great privacy but there was no real place to put a chair out and sit as we were 3 feet away from the edge of our pad. The Wi-Fi is very strong. We were woken up at 7:00 am by a garbage truck picking up a bin which was located next to our site. We would stay again, it's a great place to overnight.
This is a great RV park. The sites are asphalt and level with lots of room between sites. We stayed at a large pull through in front of the river. There are BBQ's and a covered area for larger gatherings. There are 3 washers/dryer costing 1.25 and !.00. The park is very clean and well maintained by staff.
Well maintained with extremely helpful and friendly staff. They allowed us to change sites without complaint. Only down side is there is no cable although Wi-Fi is good. There is a walking path that leads you to a viewpoint of the dam which is in the process of being dismantled to allow salmon to return to the area. Our site had 30amp only but was wide and long enough to accommodate our 38'fifth wheel. We will stay here again when in the area.
This is a new RV park with 50 amp service and lots of pine trees throughout the park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Each RV site is back in but we had no troubles backing our 38' 5th wheel into our site. The sites which are graveled are narrow and we had to put our rig over the water tap and sewer hook-up to have enough room to get in and out of our door comfortably. There was also as separate gravel pad for our truck next to the trailer. The space between sites is huge making for a lot of privacy. The cabins are new and some have a porch at the rear. When we stayed here the washers and dryers had not yet arrived. They will be in the same building as the pool change rooms and shower. Although there is a nearby highway above the camp site there was no noise in the camp. The site is a little off the beaten path but well worth the extra time which is still close to amenities. The Wi-Fi is spotty.
The staff was very friendly. This RV resort was treed with lots of shade trees. There are pull through sites with lots of grass through-out the park. There is a river next to the park. The dryers and washers are clean as are the washrooms and showers. We will be coming back for a longer stay next time.
This is an older but well maintained RV park with large pull through sites. The park has lots of mature shade trees which help with the hot weather. The staff was very friendly. The Wi-Fi was very good. There is easy access into and out off the park during the day. We stayed here one day in a fifth wheel while our truck was being repaired. The staff allowed us to leave later in the afternoon when our truck was repaired.
This is a small RV resort located between a rail line and highway. The RV resort is very clean and each RV site has a nicely grassed area with a concrete pad. A number of the sites are large pull throughs. The washers and dryers are very clean. The area is home to a lot of birds which soar overhead. There is some highway noise and the odd train. The Wi-Fi is spotty. The staff is friendly.
The park is nicely treed with lots of shade. We camped with friends and tried to get a site side by each, however the staff was inflexible and not accommodating: refusing to allow our friends to camp in the empty site next to us. It remained empty for the 2 days we stayed here. The sites were nicely grassed and generally level, with some overflow parking near the area of our trailer. The resort has an indoor heated pool and hot tub.
We stayed in a pull through which easily accommodated our 38' 5th wheel and pick-up. All the sites have a view of the water. The sites have grass and are clean with plenty of space between sites. The bathrooms are modern and clean and placed within easy walking distance. The W-Fi is spotty. The camp hosts are helpful and polite. The washers and dryers are clean but a little pricey. There is lots to see and do around this RV resort with very close by seafood shacks.
This park is next to the I-5, which is noisy. The sites have grass and are clean, although there is no screening between sites. The lake looks like a man made small lake, is quite small and is located at the furthest end of the park. If you are not parked there its unlikely you would visit the lake. The lake area sites look newer than the area we stayed in. The pool, located at the club house near the front or the RV resort, always looked a little cloudy, not crystal clear. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi was average.
The park is extremely well run with friendly helpful staff. The washrooms were large and very clean. The majority of sites, which are long pull-throughs, are a little close but each site has grass and a picnic table. We stayed in a super site which offered plenty of room for our 38 footer. The resort shows a movie each night at the club house and the day we arrived they were serving root beer floats. There is a great dog walk and off leash area. We definitely plan to stay here again.