This is a nice wide open park with long, level and easy in and out pull throughs. Most were side by side. WiFi works better when fewer people are using it. It was quiet at night. They serve fresh muffins in the morning. Just what we needed for an overnight stop.
Friendly hosts, long level sites but side by side. They have a restaurant and will deliver breakfast or dinner to your site! We had the ribs which were ok. Quiet area. Our only complaint is the price, but we were only here one night so it was worth it for the convenience. There were lower priced sites without all the hookups.
We really enjoyed our stay here. Sites were grassy and mostly level pull throughs. Has all the necessary amenities. Next to a par 3 golf course, you can golf for $5. Fishing pond a short walk away. Wonderful championship courses just down the road. Easy to get to off OK-33 but far enough off the road to avoid the road noise. We would definitely camp here again.
Nice campground adjacent to the new Hampton Inn, which is now the owner. Deer and turkeys visited our site. It was a quiet place to camp. The office is manned by a lady that did not tell us the driveway was under construction with very restricted entry which meant we could not negotiate a right turn. But we were able to turn around at the Holiday Inn down the street and then make a left into the park. WiFi did work but was very weak in the back where we were camped.
A good place for overnight. Located behind the Conoco truck stop and the 4B's Restaurant, which are all owned by the same people. There is a 2c/gal discount on fuel at Conoco and 10% discount on meals at the 4B's with your RV park receipt. It was easy in and out, pull through site was long enough we did not need to unhook. Some freeway noise but it was not excessive. The WiFi worked well. We would stay here again.
There are no restrooms or showers in this park. The casino has restrooms and the truck stop has showers but we didn't try to use them. I think you have to pay. Basic park with all the necessary hookups, long wide pull throughs. Perfect for an overnight stop.
This is a camping experience, not an RV park. No TV or internet service available. Sites are nice, large, some pull-through. A few were flooded in places when we were there since it had rained recently.
We paid the weekly rate. A nice clean park with large pull-through sites. Weekly rate includes 18 holes of golf for two on the adjacent course. The course just opened its second 9 and could be in better shape, but it was fun. Blue Lake is about 18 miles away and people were limiting out on big trout while we were there. A very quiet relaxing place to stay.
We camped here at the weekly rate. This is a very quiet out of the way place with basic but adequate full hookup sites. Many deer come through the park every evening. There are a number of scenic drives in the area including the Lava Beds and Glass Mountain. The park Wi-Fi was a little to weak to get to our site, which was farthest away from the office. The road into the area from the main highway is paved but needs repairs.
Our price was based on the weekly rate. Good golfers campground. Excellent, reasonably priced golf course and you can bring your cart to your site. Pool and restaurant are at the golf course, a short walk from the campground. Some sites are better than others. Ours was level, large and had a view of the course and lots of privacy. We were there over Labor Day and the campground was full, with many people stating they made reservations 2 years in advance to get their special sites. We would camp there again.
We used the special Thousand Trails rate on the weekdays. Almost all campsites are large and in the forest so using satellite TV is usually not possible. This has more of a campground feel than an rv park. Lots of walking trails, nice pool and playground. We would stay there again.
This is a family campground and is used by many overnighters. Many sites are wide enough and long enough for big rigs. Everything was working properly, including the sewer system which has just been repaired. They have free WiFi and it has a good signal. The gravel roads are dusty. The restrooms were not very clean due to the many kids in the park when we visited. We could hear the train at night. Management was friendly and accommodating. They gave 2 for 1 coupons for the wildlife park and that was worth a visit. We didn't see many other RV park options near Kamloops except at Knutsford, and this park has smaller sites and had a "boil your water" notice up.
This membership park has lots to do for the kids: horseback riding, fishing, climbing wall, mini golf, swimming, and playgrounds. They advertise 477 full hookups and 375 power/water sites. We noticed quite a few electric boxes taped off with electric problems. Our site was supposedly OK, but in fact the power would drop to 103 volts at times, causing our motorhome to go on battery power. We were on the hill in the D section, which is where the satellite and phone signal is best. A portion of the campground was closed, but they were cleaning it up in preparation for the upcoming camping season.
There were 4 sites with sewer hookups against the back of the building. These were sloping and narrow (forget using awnings if someone else is there) and the sewer must go uphill to empty. The water and power sites were much more level. OK for overnight stay. 30 amp power does not permit full use of air conditioner in the heat. Friendly staff and officers in the lodge.
We love this place so we spend the winter here and pay the annual rate of $2400. In January and February the park is usually full, so advance reservations are a must. We enjoy a site on the 18 hole golf course watching all the players go by. We have a screen in front of the motorhome to protect us from errant golf balls. There are lots of organized golf games for every skill level. In addition they have a wide variety of other activities from cards to crafts to water aerobics for the non-golfer. There is a special area for people with pets with a grassy 2 acre dog park. People here are very friendly. It is a very upbeat happy place to spend the winter.
On the plus side the sites were large, had a cement patio and full hookups. On the negative side, the roads and sites are just rocky leveled desert, not too attractive. Each site has a little palm tree but it would take more than that to dress this place up. Since we used the RPI membership the price was right, but they put us way in the back part, quite a ways from the pool and clubhouse. It was quiet, no road noise, close to shopping and only about 3 miles from the AVI casino.
This is a great campground, especially for overnighting. The long wide pull-throughs make it possible to stay hooked up. There are orange trees at every site and visitors can pick any that are ripe enough. The WiFi is free and worked well. It is a peaceful place and the managers are very helpful. Some of the nicest restrooms I have seen. We would stay here again.
Access road is off the levee so it is steep, but manageable. Sites are large, but many are on soft grass that heavy motorhomes sink into, both jacks and wheels. Grass campsite area is very uneven. Restrooms should be swept more often. Since there is a marina associated with the park, they have parking for boat trailers and many fishermen use this park. They have a play area for children and planned activities on the weekends. We would not return, mainly because access is only by Highway 12, a very busy truck route with a high accident rate, and the narrow congested Brannan Island Road on the levee.
This campground is in the woods with paved interior roads and paved campsite parking pads. They have room for big rigs in some areas, although getting around the narrow roads between the trees can be a challenge for big rigs to access some sites. There is a nice trail to the rocky beach. The campground is built on a hill but many of the campsites have a level parking area. This is a good place to get your exercise walking up and down the hills. It was very quiet there and we saw deer and many acorn woodpeckers while we were there. It is convenient to the many wineries in the area. We would stay there again.
Sites were narrow. Ours accommodated a 40 footer with 3 slides, but there was no room left over to put out chairs. We were in a pull through and were able to get our satellite TV from the rooftop antenna. Since no one was camped in the back in sites across from us, we had a nice view of the field where both the European white fallow deer and the other deer were almost every day. The area is quiet and a good place to walk and enjoy wildlife. We would return.
The view from our site was wonderful, worth the extra $5, and it was peaceful here. Our site was quite narrow and we had people on both sides, so really we were inside the motorhome or would have had to go to the common area to relax. They have nice chairs there to enjoy the river view. The site was level and we did get satellite reception from our rooftop dome. We did see people catching big salmon and a bald eagle fishing so the river is entertaining. Getting into the park requires a U turn from the road into the driveway, but we did manage with a 40' motorhome towing. It is worth taking the coast drive if you have time - the mouth of the Klamath River is where the Native Americans have their nets out fishing for the salmon. We saw whales and sea lions from the viewpoint.
We used a campclub membership for a discounted rate. Park was full and typically the discount programs cannot be used here except October through May. This park was clean and all paved, and sites were large enough, but did require parking your vehicle in the site, which took up part of the usable area. Directions in campclub book take you up Newmark Ave, a narrow, steep uphill turn off 101. The better way to go is with the signs off 101 toward Ocean beaches (Virginia Ave).
We had a wonderful site (A37), a pull through with a huge area that included a fire pit and picnic table. We were in the open so satellite reception was good. The majority of the sites in this park are in the trees and would have no TV reception. The park website does identify which sites are in the open. Our site was level, but many others were not. It is a short walk to Fern Ridge Lake from the campground. We would come here again.
Nice park with paved level sites. We had grass between the sites in our row. The pool was open but the hot tub was under construction. We could not use the WiFi in our row back by the pool as the signal was too low. But overall a great place for a short stay or to headquarter for exploring the area.
We love this park. It is very scenic with wonderful big sites. Unfortunately it is so popular the full hookup sites are usually booked 9 months out. We had a water/electric site this time. The B loop is best for bigger motorhomes and satellite TV reception is good. Don't miss the Spruce Goose in nearby McMinnville.
This RPI/Leisure Time/Thousand Trails campground has great amenities for kids with two fishing lakes, nice pool complex, mini-golf, playground, sports courts and activities, which is why we stay here in spite of the many small, unlevel sites. Full hookup satellite sites are limited to # 153-160. In the overflow non-sewered sites in the lower area there are some reception sites 185-187. All the other sites are in the trees. Kids love this place, so I highly recommend it if you want to entertain your kids or grandkids. We camped here in a 40' motorhome with 3 slides.
Used the Campclub membership. The sites here were adequate for our 40' motorhome with 3 slides. They were wide enough for a small grassy campsite next to the motorhome. The train only ran once that we saw, very slowly, during the day. The fishing pond is covered with a green growth that did not make it very appealing. The rec room was only open during office hours and was locked after 5 pm. The children's playground was minimal but there is a nice park in Silverton just 2 miles away. The signed exit takes you down a dirt road through a construction area, so many people go out the "in" driveway.
We used the resort special of $70 for two riding 18 hole green fees and 1 night at the RV Park. Course is fairly challenging and worth a try. Some holes are under construction, but most are in good shape. The RV Park is basic with good hookups and free WiFi. Pull through sites are long enough to stay hooked up and fairly level, but could use some landscaping. Didn't notice any road noise. Owners were very helpful and mentioned they were working on new landscaping.
The best campground we have stayed at yet. This new park has large, level, landscaped pull through sites with all amenities including free Wi-Fi and cable TV. There are paved walking trails, indoor pool and hot tub. Shuttle to casino runs every 15 minutes and picks up at your site. Freeway exit and park entrance are still under construction and should be finished this fall. We stayed here for a RV Rally at a Rally rate and they went out of their way to accommodate us. Would highly recommend this park to everyone.
We stayed here one night on a Campclub membership. Our 40' motorhome plus tow Jeep with bikes on back did just fit in the pull through site. Sites accommodated 3 slides but were a little narrow as a useable outside area. We didn't notice any noise from the road. We were about half way back in one of the center rows. We would overnight there again.
Quiet, clean park with many nice sites, but the pull through we were assigned (155) was not long enough to accommodate our 40' motorhome with tow car attached so it was necessary to unhook. Also, to pull into the site we had to cut the corner of the adjacent site, scraping against a hedge and scratching the bay doors. Sites in the 153-166 row are hard to access with a big rig. We did enjoy the weekend complimentary continental breakfast and strawberry shortcake social in the nice clubhouse.
We used our RPI membership to camp at this KM Resort. They also accept Coast to Coast, aor, and ROD. Our site was a little narrow for our 3 slide rig, but there were larger sites in the park. There were great activities for kids, a nice mini-golf course. This was formerly Yogi Bear Park Resort.
Large graveled sites adjacent to a great 27 hole golf course. We were part of a group of 8 rigs spending the week golfing and socializing. The pro shop was very helpful and accommodating to our needs. The restaurant was reasonably priced and good food. A very relaxed atmosphere.