This park is just as previous reviewers described. It is essentially a parking lot with hookups. Sites are very close together. But if you are looking to explore Seattle, and don't really care too much about aesthetics , this park is just fine. It is very convenient to the freeway, and a quick drive to downtown Seattle. You can walk to the grocery store and a few fast food restaurants. Noise from the freeway was pretty loud.
Wow! This park is so nice. It is steps from the Historic Bayfront so you can walk to many attractions (the Rogue Brewery is only 134 steps away). Our site had views of the bridge and the bay, just beautiful! Sites are paved and large. Internet is $5/day, but when you are in a setting this pretty, you won't want to use your computer. We liked it so much we extended our stay!
This park is really the only game in Seaside. We looked at a few other parks, and Circle Creek was MUCH nicer. All spots are paved and you get a generous grass area. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Sites are set away from the road so it is very quiet. The location is very convenient to town. I would stay here again in a second.
Super nice park. VERY friendly and helpful staff that pride themselves on customer service. Has the nicest store/gift shop I have seen at an RV park. They even sell beer! Property is well maintained, sites are level and paved. Great spot for kids: has pool/spa. Close drive to Zion National Park. I would stay here again for sure.
Don't stay here if you are camping in a travel trailer. You will feel like a second class citizen. The park is divided into two sections. The South side is an "ownership" section and only allows 5th wheels and Class A motor homes to rent the space from the owners. The South side is quite lovely: large paved sites, a nice pool, a fountain, and brand new bathroom facilities. But don't expect to take advantage of any of that if you are staying on the North side (which is your only option if you are in a travel trailer). They actually give you a map and cross off the South side and write "restricted area" in red ink. How can you be staying in an RV park and not have full access to all of the facilities? The Wi-Fi was down for a day and a half. When I finally went to the office to inquire about the connection, the unhappy staffer explained that she wasn't told what to do if the Wi-Fi went down, and I was simply out of luck. The campground is actually clean, level and in nice proximity to town and the National Parks. But this whole segregation thing just leaves you with a bad feeling.
This is a beautiful RV park. The scenery is phenomenal, and they do an excellent job keeping the grounds in great shape. Great laundry facilities and well-stocked store. It is the perfect distance from the heart of Durango. Very dog friendly - they have fenced off-leash area for dogs that is several acres. Sites are wooded and well shaded. I would stay here again in a heart beat. Just be prepared to work very hard at leveling your rig. The park is on a bit of a hill, and sites towards the top are not very level.
Very overpriced campground. Our site was very dirty (cigarette butts, dog waste, lug nuts, a soda can and pieces of plastic covered the site). Laundry is very expensive ($4 to wash, $3 to dry) and there are only 2 washers and 2 dryers for the whole camp. Staff was unfriendly at check-in. Sites along the river are pretty, but they don't have full hookups. No shade in full hook-up area. Wouldn't stay here again.