Here on a monthly rate. Nice park with great views of the mountains. The laundry room and restrooms are spotless. Great staff and lots of things to do. We love the pool area. The town is cute with nice people living there.
Fun place to spend a night. When we arrived at 4:30pm no one was in the booth so we just pulled into a site. The county runs this park so they came around later in the evening and collected our fee. Some of the sites aren't very level. They had a big flood there last year and are still doing repairs. Real quiet place. When you stay in the campground you get to go into the ghost town free. Cute place with great people working the shops. Much more fun then your normal RV campground.
Beautiful little park right on a little river. Nice wide sites with fire pits. Saw deer and great blue herons all 3 days we where there. The people that run the place are so friendly. We wish we'd had more time to stay longer. Good location to get into Sequoia National Park.
So over priced. Not many choices for big rigs going into Yosemite Natl park. The sites at this KOA are real tight and not easy to get in and out of. The front desk people where so rude. In the three days we stayed there several other campers complained about how unhelpful they where. The drive into the park was about 45 minutes. I would not stay there again.
We wanted a park off I-5 and this worked out well. It's all gravel with no restrooms but the rate is good for an over night stay. Nice fairgrounds but they don't allow the dogs to be walked in the fairgrounds.
Beautiful setting overlooking the town with mountains in the back ground. Restrooms and laundry room spotless. All the sites have a little grass. We thought the price was a little high but it's a good over night stay.
We stayed here for 3 months while helping my parents for the summer. Great location to get around the Portland area, right off the 205 freeway. The park is kept real clean. Our site had grass so it was nice for the dogs. The older sites are tight and no grass. This place has the cleanest restrooms and laundry rooms we've ever come across. Just up the street is a wonderful 33 acre park for walking the dogs. The couple that run the place are so friendly.
We enjoy this park for all the trails to walk the dogs or ride the bikes. If you don't want to be around tons of kids this is not the park for you. It's a huge place with great wildlife. We stayed a week and still didn't have enough time to see everything. All the sits have lots of bushes and trees around.
The setting for this park is a beautiful meadow with a big river next to it. Lots of colorful birds and great blue herons. The employees are all so friendly. We saw elk in the meadow a couple different times. They have done a wonderful job making trails to walk the dogs. When the rain comes the trails get muddy but there's enough roads to get a good walk in. I thought the laundry room and the bathrooms a little dirty. Stayed her for a week and found it to be a great spot to explore Lincoln City and the beaches. We'll be back for sure.
This is a huge park, but in June they had about half of it closed. Lots of sand dunes in the park. A lot of people using ATV's so it can be noising in parts of the campground. We enjoyed the park but if you don't want to be around tons of kids this isn't the place. Make sure you get to take a ride out on the dunes, that was a blast.
We stayed here for 6 nights due to the beauty of the park and the whole area. The workampers are so friendly there. There are lots of trails to walk the dogs which have great views of the ocean. Don't miss Simpson Reef with so many seals.
This is a beautiful park that sits up on the bluff over looking the ocean. Brown pelicans are everywhere. Most of the sites are surrounded by foliage. Due to all the trees don't expect your satellite to work. I fell in love with the town.
This place has an awesome setting, right on the river.It is one of the cleanest parks we've ever been to. Had it not been for our Passport America discount we wouldn't have stopped here. Now we will go back every time. They have nice trails for walking the dogs.
This park is old and run down. We had a trashy old trailer next to us that no one was in. For the price with our Passport America discount it was OK, but we wouldn't recommend more then an over night stay.
Beautiful setting and worth the drive into Santa Barbara. The RV sites have some broken cement but are huge. The lake was busy with a fishing tournament when we were there. We are planning on returning there at some point.