We stayed here in May over Mothers Day weekend, where we got one free night. Well, we were charged for the free night & only got a rebate the next day from the "office girl" because the owner didn't know anything about it or how to fix it. NO MAINTENANCE....tall grass thrown all over after it finally got mowed; weeds around office & everything else; mold in shower stalls; clogged up shower floor; owner never said hello, can I help, nothing but a blank stare. Everything looks run down, weedy & seedy. Store is pitiful. There is good TV and WiFi signal. Water tastes good. Lovely setting with beautiful mountain scenery. Too bad this promising park is not being loved and cared for properly. The $42 is way too high of a price, but it is close to the Victoria ferry (7 miles West and no shuttle service). We would stay here again if the price was cut in half.
Agree with other review that entrance is hard to see and not inviting. Some full timers up front, fairly neat and clean. But once you get in, it is nice near the riverbank with trees and level gravel sites. My Wi-Fi worked fine. Received some TV channels also. Baths are clean and adequate. Office open 9 to 2, so we parked in an open space and paid in the morning. With Good Sam discount the full hookup was about $30.
Closest park to Jackson, WY (25 miles over Pass) & just lovely. Trees, grass, level gravel sites, good Wi-Fi, clean bathrooms & tile showers, surrounded by Teton Mountain, in Victor, Id (1 block long). Here Oct. 3 & 4 & was told they closed on the 20th. Got into 20's at night & had to disconnect water lines so they wouldn't freeze, but fine during the day. Great Thai restaurant in Driggs (8 miles away & also 1 block long) & worth the short drive. Would stay here again & longer next time.
Out in the vast sage brush and canyons of Eastern Oregon is the tiny town of Burns and the oasis of Burns RV Park. Real shade trees, level gravel sites, good Wi-Fi coverage & cable TV, small & clean laundry room, old timer but cute & clean bathrooms with 2 toilets & 2 showers, rustic & cozy office, full hookups & just $32 with our Good Sam discount. A real "mom & pop" type operation (the woman greeter was friendly & helpful) - not a sterile commercial concrete slab. We would stay there again!
Thanks to past reviews, we picked this almost new & spotless park. A lot of care & money is going into making this a top notch spot. The trees just need to grow for extra shade. Level concrete drives & pads, full hook ups, Wifi & cable, large office room with free library, videos for sale, meeting rooms, large bath/shower rooms (yes, plural). Each of the 4 bathrooms had a toilet, vanity sink and glass door shower stall..PRIVACY at last..all for $35! And, near a super WalMart!
The Riverside campground was a little smaller than we expected, so big rigs need to be a little careful getting in & out. This was the only negative! Everything was well maintained and clean, especially the bathrooms and separate shower building. We had Site #2, on the river, with a beautiful lawn in front of us. The apple trees growing there were a banquet for the 4 or more young buck deer that gathered there twice a day. The owners & the office manager were super friendly, as were some semi-permanent campers. Makes us want to "join the group" for part of the year. This August the weather was about 62 and beautiful, while elsewhere it was in the 90-100's. Right off Hwy. 101 and near the lovely Azalea Garden city park and town of Brookings, which has loads to see and do. We belong to the Elks and met nice folks at their Lodge one evening. We highly recommend this little jewel of an RV park.
About 15 miles south of Bandon and 10 miles north of Port Orford, so you're not near anything. However, the park has loads of trees and is very pretty, clean, well maintained and has big pull through sites. We were there on a Friday and joined their ice cream social at 7 pm and then had the pancake breakfast at 9 am the next day. Although we're retired, I rode the little "choo choo train" Friday evening, along with parents and kids and had a great time. Children were playing in the pool and riding bikes, etc., but everyone seemed well behaved and fairly quiet. Very nice park and we would stay here again.
Honey Bear Campground was off Hwy. 101 with easy access. Some sites have an ocean view, but we stayed 2 nights in #1, under the trees, which was very nice. The park is well maintained and has been there since the 1970's I believe. The bath/shower rooms are right next to the main dining room building in the middle of the campground. Since the showers are inside the bathroom, when anyone ran the water or flushed the toilet, the water pressure dropped and the temperature ran hot or cold, depending what was being used. These rooms are clean, but definitely need an update, especially the low / almost to the floor, commodes. When we checked in, the owner just pointed to our campsite and didn't give us any information about the campground or where the baths were or anything. We had to walk around & discover things for ourselves. We did have their German dinner one night, which was very good, especially the potato pancakes. Overall it is a pretty park about 15 minutes north of Gold Beach, Or (where we took a jet boat ride one morning) and we would stay there again.