A farm field turned into a "resort"? Pros: Lots of grass. Most sites are above average in size. Wide interior paved roads. Nice hookups. Amenities are above average. Panoramic view of area. Cons: Not a tree anywhere or any shade. Windy area so awnings are a problem. Trains, though in the distance, are noisy. Freeway noise, though not severe, is always there. Very "sterile" layout. Not cheap at around $50. Lots of "rules" to keep the park "nice". Wi-Fi not the best – seems to be intermittent. If I stay in this area again I will probably look around before staying here again.
A benchmark RV park that others should be gauged against. When we went in the host that showed us to our site said "Ya get it all" and pretty much you do. Some sites do have some flaws like an obvious electrical transformer or the big plastic sewer cover in your front yard but overall the best privately run RV park I have ever stayed at. Very well maintained, paved roads, concrete pads, lots of grass, plenty of spacing between sites, nice landscaping, great facilities including pool, spa, weight room, laundry, etc. and a very concerned and friendly staff. Light background noise from the freeway and truck facilities. If your here on Thursdays, take the free shuttle to the casino and do the "Sea Food Buffet", you won't be disappointed.
Nicely done state park. Large sites, lots of grass/trees/bushes, room to roam, a river, wildlife, trails, etc. Everything a state RV park should be EXCEPT the park is too close to I-5. The sites nearer the freeway can be very loud. NO site in the park, even the furthest from the highway is immune to roar off of I-5. Bummer - a super park except for this one major flaw. I would stay here again but only in the sites furthest from the road.
A lot of sites in a small area: good thing they are terraced, which gives the impression of a little more space. A valley view from most sites is OK but definitely not spectacular. Not a blade of grass anywhere: paved interior roads, concrete pads with gravel and some young trees and bushes for landscaping. RV park is newer, clean and well kept. Most sites are narrow, only a few sites have picnic tables, mine and many others didn't have room for one. No fire pits. They charge 2 dollars extra for each dog. Two dog areas are basic and dusty. Park is very close to I-5, sites furthest away are best but all sites have at least a low and constantly there freeway din. Wi-Fi good, cable tv good. NOT my type of place. I like some grass, no road noise, a little room to roam and enough space to put out my awning and relax. While some sites do have a little width many do not. Mine had 4 feet of space outside my door before the slope/terrace started. Would not stay here again.
An interesting RV park. Pull thrus are long but too close together for me. Some of the back ins are also cramped but there are some nice sites here. Good wildlife viewing from the northern edge of the park overlooking the river. Most sites have MINIMAL grass, a picnic table and some have fire pits. Interior roads paved, concrete RV pads with surrounding gravel. It appears at some sites they are removing the surrounding gravel and putting in grass. Good free Wi-Fi - Good cable TV - no road noise - a quiet peaceful area. You will get a charge out of the only driveway in and out of the place - very steep - a little long and definitely VERY narrow. Ya just got to hope no one is coming the other way!
Very nice county RV park and beach area. A wide variety of sites all up the hill from the beach - some very small and some very large. First come first serve only, except for groups in a special area which can make reservations. Park sits high off the beach with a great view of the beach from their main day use parking area. No Wi-Fi but good cell phone coverage with major carriers. My type of place - lots of grass, room to roam, things to do and peaceful.
Good private beach RV parks in my experience are tough to find but while not spectacular this place is OK. Most sites have ample room with enough space to relax and some sites are very close to the beach though none have a beach or water view. Interior roads gravel/dusty with gravel RV pads, each site has a picnic table and firepit. Ground cover varies between sites from sand, to dirt , to dry grass and some with green grass. Overall park has light landscaping and minimal grass but with an interesting non-cookie cutter layout. WI-FI OK - cable TV poor quality.
This RV park is handy if your planning a visit to Silverwood Theme park. Easy walking distance to the theme park entrance and you can get your hand stamped for return so you can use your rig for lunch, etc. Sites are large with plenty of space between rigs and laid out well. Interior roads are gravel but dusty, sites pads are gravel but dusty, ground cover between rigs is almost non-existent. Only a few sites near the entrance have any ground cover at all. There are many pine trees but most seem stressed by lack of water or disease. There is no irrigation except for small areas by the store and central bathrooms. Park is located next to US Highway 95 which is a very busy road. We stayed in a site as far as possible from the highway but the noise was still excessive. Silverwood Theme park is a nice well run park but their RV park need major upgrades.
This campground’s name implies that it is a resort – well hardly. It’s biggest asset is that it close to Keystone and although next to the main road into town relatively quiet. Park is in rather rough shape, not overly well kept and some site parking pads are uneven. Site widths are in the 25+ range and long enough for most all big rigs. All sites are pull thrus. Pads and roads are gravel with grass between rigs. Nightly rate seems high for what you get.
I've camped here a few times and it is one of my favorite WA state park campgrounds. Fantastic view of the Columbia River, beautiful large sites, great park layout, nice day use area. Very quiet and peaceful if the wind is not blowing. The wind is about the only drawback about staying here. It will blow, just hope not too much during your stay.
Newer smaller "cookie cutter" type of park. All sites are drive thru. Sites are 21 feet wide – not wide enough for today’s larger rigs. My slide out would of ended up under my neighbors awning if they would of not relocated me to another site. Located on highway 93 – a high speed highway – no noise buffer between the park and highway. Highway noise can be an issue if you like it quiet. Park is well maintained and clean.
Park only has about 50 sites available for travelers. Pull thru sites have dirt pads that can get dusty. Sites are mostly not irrigated so late in the year grass can be non-existant or dry. WiFi reception is poor and only the first hour is free. There is lots of road noise off the Guide Meridian which is a highly used highway. There is a small lake on the property that is not well maintained and scum filled. A quiet setting is important to me so more than likely I will not stay here again. We stayed in a water/power only site for $21 - they wanted an extra $5 to use their dump station.
Park layout is on the bland side with little shade. Nice pool/hot tub/office/store area. Most sites are larger with grass but there is no irrigation so now in September grass, if still existent, is very brown/dry. Dust could be a problem. Train tracks to the north but not overly used. Overall a very quiet and restful place to stay at good rates. WiFi is free and works well.
Park does have potential but most sites are very basic and un-level. Nine hole par 3 golf course under construction but will not be playable this year. When we stayed a large group of tent campers (45+ people) moved in across from us that had a "real party" till after 2 am in the morning that no one on the staff tried to shut down. We left the next morning to get some sleep. Interior roads gavel and VERY dusty. Mosquitoes were very hungry and plentiful. Over priced for a very basic site with only water and power.