I am giving this a 5 for a few reasons, good and bad. First the good. Super friendly welcome. The two ladies at the front desk were tops. The pool looked very clean and inviting. A cute little petting zoo. Spaces were pretty darn close to flat. Fire rings and picnic tables in every site. Now the bad. Super dusty roads. Any diesel pusher motorhome in motion was followed by a huge cloud of dust. All cars kicked up a nice cloud of dust even while traveling at a snails pace. My site was of adequate size, but another nearby 40' pusher was stuffed into a really small site and they made their reservations a back in February. Dumpsters were always full. Tremendous potential. Interior road improvements would make this place an 8 or 9.
Nice clean park. All of the facilities were very clean. We enjoyed the soft serve ice cream every evening. We were here during spring break which meant lots of kids and more noise than I like. I'd stay here again.
We enjoyed this campground. Was nice and quiet. Camp host was very friendly and helpful. Archery club meets on Saturday morning at the park next door and you can shoot all day for $5. That was fun for one of my boys. All sites are concrete and interior roads are paved. Hook ups are perfectly located. Great place to stay to visit the Reagan Library. We will use this campground again.
This is a hidden gem for outdoorsy people who like to hike, fish and sightsee. It is very near the Marble Mountain Wilderness and the Russian Wilderness Areas. Lots of incredible lakes to visit. As far as the park goes, it is very nice. Easy in and easy out. The hookups are a 10. Friendly lady at the Shell station will check you in. It is very quiet. Nice play area for the kids. Two horseshoe pits. Small town. Nice place.
Great park to see the Napa area from. Access the park from the Silverado Trail, not 3rd street. Concrete sites are well spaced. Nice grass and perfect paved roads. The host was very friendly. The hookups are a 10. The only bummer is that they don't take reservations, and I never could get anyone to answer the phone. Less than 60 minutes to Fishermans Wharf. Less than 60 minutes to the ocean. Wine tasting up the wazoo. One of the best in the bay area.
We used this RV park as a base for exploring and experiencing "the city". The beach below was nice. The park could use some maintenance. Our electric post was rusted out. Our sewer hookup had a red adapter broken off in it, so I couldn't use my dump (I used my neighbors). Water is fresh and has good pressure. Very friendly and helpful staff. We will be back, but next time I want a bluff site.
Friendly greeting upon arrival. Almost all gravel. Flat sites, but a bit on the short side. Full hookups were nice. Good for overnight, or two. Wouldn't do a long stay here. Go east about 20 miles and take the Crystal Gold Mine Tour: fun.
Friendly greeting upon arrival. Sites are carved out the forest. Very close to West Glacier entrance. I might look for something else next time in the area. It was okay, but not quite as nice as I was hoping for.
Nice place. Huge sites. Friendly and speedy greetings. Quiet, except for train horn in the distance. Elk around the park perimeter at dusk. We've stayed here before and would definitely stay here again. Can make reservations on-line.
The pros: This is a beautiful park in a beautiful setting. Very friendly staff. (Kind of a) restaurant on site. The cons: A hot springs pool is available for $32 per day, for a family of 5: ridiculous. Freight trains pulling a grade on a curve at all hours, right next to the park. I felt it was bit overpriced. Upon exiting the resort, a right turn onto the highway can be quite a challenge and dangerous for a wide turning radius vehicle, such as mine. Wi-Fi available, but didn't appear to work well. I would probably stay somewhere else if in the area again.
Nice park. Very quiet. Right on the lakeshore of Dutch Lake. There are a couple of nice swimming areas. One at the park and one just up the street. Very friendly greeting upon arrival. We would stay here again if in the area. Fire rings. Good Sam discount. Nice.
This is a nice park in a beautiful part of the state. The spaces are nice size. Not big, but not small either. Roads are paved, which is nice. My only gripe is that the sites are gravel and did get a little muddy after a days rain. We walked down to the beach. It takes about 45 minutes, but is very pretty. Definitely the nicest park in the Bodega Bay area.
This park is like a full service forest service campground. Paved interior roads, but the sites are gravel / dirt. Very rustic. It is beautifully nestled in the fir trees. Full hook ups. Fire rings at every site. From our site (W-19) you could see Diamond Lake. Very quiet. Pleasant staff. Great star gazing at night. Quick and easy drive to Crater Lake.
Beautiful park, friendly staff. It is supposed to be a resort, but there is no pool otherwise I would have given it a 9. The freight trains run right thru the middle of town at night and you can hear them quite clearly, that's why I dock it another point. Don't get me wrong, this is a top notch park. The sites are the largest that I have ever seen and they are maintained perfectly. Perfect place to park while you check out Mt. Bachelor and the Cascade Lakes Areas. Will stay here again if in the area.
We used this park as an overnight stop and it worked just fine. Nice little park on a side hill. Nice spacing between your neighbor. Interior roads are paved. RV pads are concrete and flat. Close to the freeway, but remarkably quiet. Friendly host.
Just stumbled upon this place. Very nice, clean and quiet park. Concrete sites are a big plus. Hard to spot from the main road and the sign is so small that they just as well not even bother. If you have a navigation system, program in the park address and let it guide you.
Stayed for a month. Nice, clean, and friendly. Can be a bit noisy with the freeway nearby and railroad tracks on the otherside of the freeway. Concrete sites are a big plus. Sites are angled for easy entry and departure. Would stay here again if in town.
This park definitely has its' pluses and minuses. First the pluses. Beautiful setting. Most sites are right on the shore of the American River. We fished, panned for gold, shot the pellet gun, fed the fowl, built a campfire, checked out Sutters Mill (which is just a short walk away). Everyone had a great time. Now for minuses. They charged me $4 a nite per child, running the one nite total to $42 during the off season. I despise it when parks charge for children, pets, visitors, toads, and long rigs. Second minus is that the road and sites are pretty crude. There is a nice grassy area down by the river, but there was a lot of goose droppings in it. I'd give it a 9 or 10 if it weren't for the "greedy" extra fees and the roads and grounds being so crude.
Two words: run and down. The staff was less than friendly, when they were even there. Apparently office hours mean nothing. They charged my credit card prior to us arriving. I explained to them that this was against the law. They basically gave me a bunch of "playing ignorant" double talk. I got my $$$ back though. We left early and stayed somewhere else. Some sites have concrete pads in the middle of grass. Others you just pull onto the grass next to a hose spigot. Doggie land mines all over. The park is right smack in the middle of town (Packwood) next to a city park, but there is absolutely nothing to do. There are much nicer places to stay up at Randle.
This is one of the most beautiful parks that I have ever stayed at. The sites are all gravel and level. Many are huge and most you can't see your neighbor for the vegetation. The interior roads are paved. It is dead quiet here at all hours. Easy access. My only gripe is that the staff wants to charge you for every little thing, like the site (obviously), your children, pets (even cats), visitors, etc. They charged my cousins $5 when they came in to have dinner with my folks. That's just being greedy. Otherwise, one of the two best parks in Fort Bragg.
This park has tremendous potential, but too many permanents makes the place look run down. The sites are gravel and most are close to being flat. The interior roads are paved. Fire rings at every site. During the long holiday weekend, many fishermen and abalone divers occupy the park and make for a festive atmosphere. Great big open field in the park for kids to ride bikes. Very friendly staff. I'd give it a higher rating except for the permanents. Right on highway 20 and only a few minutes from the ocean and downtown Ft. Bragg.
This park has great potential, but is lacking in many areas. Unfortunately, the check-in area is the nicest area that you will find. The roads are dirt/gravel and can be quite dusty. The sites are dirt/gravel. There are grassy areas for the kids to play. The full hookup sites are designed for 4 rigs each. You had better hope for good neighbors because you are going to be really close to 3 other rigs. Many large trees block satellite TV on most sites. 24 hour security guy rides around in a golf cart creating dust at all times of the day and night. On a positive, it is a nice place to hold up to visit the eastern side of Mt. Saint Helens: which is absolutely fascinating.
Really a nice place to enjoy Reno from. Near the Highway, but still quiet. Easy access. All roads and pads are nicely paved. Grass, gravel and a table on all sites. Light hiking at the park. Really nice pool and spa. 24 hour security. Great park for big rigs. No permanents. Cold in the winter, but relatively little snow. Truckee / Tahoe is only 30 to 60 minutes away for great winter activities.
Nice park right in the middle of a huge redwood grove. The staff was friendly. Sites that back up to the stream are the nicest. 10-15 minutes to the ocean. Just a minute or two to the Big Pines Railroad. The drive over highway 17 is an E-ticket so plan for non-commute time to travel.