Woodward Reservoir has a lots of RV parking. They have full hookups for $23 or partial hookup for a smaller fee (I think it was around $3 less). The park has quite a few full-timers. We stayed there for about 2 weeks; it was nice and quiet except for one Saturday night. The locals camp out here. Pets are an additional $2 per day. No one (pets or people) is allowed in the water during the winter times. The park is a few miles out of Oakdale and about a 15-minute drive to Modesto. We didn't use the facilities as we had our own. The staff is very nice and helpful.
Rate is Passport America. We stayed here for 3 nights as it is very close to the Canadian border. Yes, the laundry is in the rec room, but it's nice because you can hang out there while you wait for your laundry. It had apparently rained a lot before we arrived because the grass was all soaked and squishy. The Wi-Fi was amazingly fast (we have stayed at several parks lately that haven't been so great). The park is nice and quiet and everything is pretty clean. Restrooms and showers looked clean, but I didn't look that closely because I never planned to use them. The lady in the office said they are getting ready to do fresh paving on Tuesday.
Rate is for Passport America. For some reason this park hasn't been reviewed in almost 3 years. When we checked in we asked for a site with grass. She said there was no grass, however there were some grassy sites, so I found that kind of annoying. I hate being nickeled and dimed, so it bothered me that they up-charged: an extra $2 for cable, and an extra $2.50 for sewer. Antennae doesn't work out here, so opt for the cable if you are going to be bored. They say they have wifi, but you can only get on for 1 hour per day, and if you log on for 1 minute once, you're done for the day. The laundry area is basically outside (can you say gross AND cold?) and there are only 2 washers and 2 dryers. The bathrooms and showers are really old. We did not use them, so I didn't pay too much attention to cleanliness. If you decide to stay an extra day, make sure you get to the office before checkout time or she'll be knocking on your door. The good news is, this park is only about 25 miles from the Space Needle and downtown Seattle. I'm sure it's also more fun when it's warmer. They have canoe and row boat rentals for a minimal charge.
Someone stated that there is cable hookup. There is NOT. It's a lovely park for beach-going, and it's close to Tillamook, so it's a nice clean place to camp if you're cruising through to taste some cheese! Full hookup site for $16. Parking spots are a little backwards, so if the park is full, you'll have to go the wrong way in order to park. They also have Yurts available for rental for $45 per night. Very cute.
Rate is for Passport America. Amazing value for the price! If you stay close enough to the office, you do get Wi-Fi. However, we requested to stay in the back because we didn't want to hear any traffic. The manager was very nice and accommodating. It was nice and quiet. Very pet and kid friendly. They have a bounce pillow across from the office. (Pretty cool; I had never seen one before). There is also good cable TV.
The rate is for Passport America. I would never pay full price ($34) to stay at this park. We heard a lot of traffic noise from where we were parked and, although they advertise wi-fi, there is really no wi-fi. You have to go in and ask the lady at the desk to "turn it on." They don't leave it on because they say "people abuse it." Apparently people try to watch TV on it (there is no cable here!) so they sit there and monitor it and if they see someone spike the usage, they turn it off. STRANGE! We only stayed for one night because I was bored. We enjoyed the Avenue of the Giants, but that's about all there is there, so after that (and having no cable and really no internet) we moved on.
Our rate was Passport America. The manager is very nice. The park is clean, and the laundry facilities are nice. You can wait in the rec room while you wait for your clothes. Yes, the back of the park does look like people have been camped back there for 40 years, and if that bothers you, just don't go back there! We felt safe. However, the spaces are very close together and we heard our rude neighbors all throughout the night. We did not complain though, so that's our fault. The park is pretty hard to get in and out of. It's really tight. Overall though, for the price, we couldn't beat it and we'd come back.
There are no hookups, but there are nice wide back-ins available and a dump station with fresh water. There are 30 RV sites and 10 tent sites. The facilities (restrooms and showers) were older, but clean. It has a wonderful view of the bay, and it's only a few miles from the aquarium and cannery row; very convenient! Staff is very nice. You can use a generator (we have a home-made system on the back of our travel trailer). Just remember to be courteous and obey the quiet hours.
Rate is for Passport America. We stayed here for 3 nights. You're basically sardines by the freeway--sites are extremely close together. Wi-Fi is available, but there is an extra charge, so that brings them down a point. For being between the metro rail system and the interstate, it was surprisingly quiet. Clean park. There are perm residents who live here. Not too bad though. Very friendly staff.
We stayed here for almost 2 weeks; 2 weeks is the maximum camping stay allowed. The are only 2 downsides to this park. 1. There aren't any sewer hookups available, (however there are two dump stations). 2. Only CBS is available via a TV antenna. The bathrooms are really old, and the showers were clean, but a bit scary. There are several trails in the park which are easily accessible for walking or biking. There is plenty of wildlife including many different species of birds. The park is very quiet and private. There is a big shopping center with a Super Walmart and other stores just across the street from the entrance to the park. Very convenient!
We camped here using the Passport America discount. Good park for what it is: literally just to park. It's about the only thing at exit 212, besides the convenience store and gas station owned by the same people. You cannot get any reception on a TV antenna because it's out in the middle of no where. However it was worth it just to park and sleep for the night and be able to hook up to water, sewer and electricity. As close as it is to the interstate, it was pretty quiet.
We stayed here using Passport America. If we had been able to use our discount for an additional night, we would have stayed! This park has beautiful trees, friendly people, and excellent facilities. Very clean. One of the showers has two shower heads which was excellent. Overall, a very nice, quiet, and tranquil place. Very comfortable!
We camped here using Passport America. This RV park is basically a paved circle with gravel sites around and inside that circle. The night that we stayed here it rained pretty good. With two dogs, it got really dirty really fast. There aren't any trees to speak of and there aren't any good places for dogs to use the restroom. The RV park does however, have a lovely view of the river and downtown Little Rock.
We stayed here using Passport America's discount. Easy to get in and out. Staff is very friendly. They have a restaurant and bar on site. We didn't use it, but they give you a free drink ticket when you check in. Riverfront, with a decent view. It's not the prettiest park you've ever seen, but it's better than some. It's about 5 miles or 10 minutes from the French Quarter. Good location.
We had never camped here before, so we didn't know which site to choose, so we let the reservation girl chose for us. When we arrived, everyone had gone home, but they give you a gate code to get in after hours. That was nice. However, we had arrived after a pretty good bit of rain, and the sites were flooded. Not just a little flooded... you could go swimming in the one we were supposed to camp in. We drove around the park and found another site (that we hoped wasn't reserved) and we camped there. We called the next morning and they switched us to that site for the following night as it was open. The views are beautiful and the wild life at the park is awesome... we saw a couple of deer and an alligator crossing the road. We kept our small dog inside! :) There are not full hook ups and that was a little inconvenient. Otherwise, nice unless it's going to be raining a lot!
We camped here using the Passport America rate of $22.00. The staff was very helpful. They helped my husband back into our space (even though he was perfectly capable of doing it himself); they were very kind and friendly. We didn't use any of the facilities, because we only stayed here overnight. However, I can tell you that we were comfortable, felt safe, and it was peaceful.