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09/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice RV park. Staff very friendly. Well kept, close to shopping. We toured Mt.St Helens and Fort Clatsup from here. Wifi ok. Paved sites a tad narrow but easy in and out. Close to I-5 but far enough to get away from the noise. City park next door. Call for directions to avoid using the wrong entrance. Would stay here again.
09/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Paved with gravel pads. Wifi worked ok. Large park with lots of permanents but keeps them in mostly in a separate section. Convenient to Portland and Gorges areas. Shopping close. Easy access from 84. Would stay here again.
09/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
Great park. All paved and concrete pads. Pool, playground, hot tub, nice laundry, free wifi worked well. Friendly staff. Close to everything, but away from the noise. Enjoyed our week here. Would stay here again.
09/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Big paved parking lot. Sites big-rig friendly. Clean, secure, free wifi worked well. Close to beach. No playground or pool. Friendly staff. Shopping nearby.
09/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Nice new all paved clean. Mostly pull-thru. Free wifi but slow, great laundry, big clean showers. Helpful staff. Good location for exploring the area, we crabbed in Charleston from here. Nothing for the kids, casino within walking distance. Rates dropped to $18 in Oct. Also has large gravel lot next door for FREE boon-docking with shower access for $5. If we'd have known we would have not paid for full hookups.
09/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Small gravel/dirt park. Cater's to tents with nice sites tucked away under tall redwoods. RV sites are mostly out in the open, sat. reception was good. Free wifi was unusable, even after moving to a new site to get better signal. Had to go to rec room to get any work done. Park is very tight, sites are large enough but the drives getting in and out are tight and not clearly marked. Great location for exploring the northern redwoods, Cresent City has all services (small Walmart). Good food at the Chart Room on the south beach.
09/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good stop for exploring the area. Park is gravel, half permanent sites but well kept. Staff friendly. Free wifi, excercise room. No playground for kids, but state park is 1 mile up the road. Very limited options for shopping, gas up and fill the fridge before heading out. We visited Prairie Creek and Fern Canyon from here.
10/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
Good overnight stop. Great price! Big gravel parking lot with free wifi, full hookups. Little difficult to find in the dark but watch for small white signs at turns. Easy in and out.
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Packed and tight. Was able to get our 40' MH backed in after unhooking the tow. Seems to be a good price for the area. 25 mins. to Golden Gate Bridge in low traffic. Costco, Safeway, Starbucks close by. No playground for kids but nice park 2 miles nearby (Pioneer Park). Other pluses, all paved, close to 101 but don't really hear any noise, heated pool but most of all convenient and feels safe.
04/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is the only game in town if you want to be close and have a little hand holding for a D.C tour. Stayed here 2 weeks while touring D.C. Park is large so look at the site map before choosing a site. Very accommodating staff. You can check out early with full remaining refund and can move to another site if you find a better one while there. (They have many different types of sites so ask questions.) Metro bus and gray line tours stop at the campground, very convenient. Staff was great with directions, tour info, etc. This is a very busy park that caters to D.C tourists. If you have a touring question they probably have the answer. They also conduct a "how to" class in the evenings on touring D.C. Good laundry, good pools, cafe on site, overall good place to stay. There are some negatives. Biggest is traffic noise, this park sits in a semicircle of I-95/I-495, interstate on 3 sides. After a couple of days we felt like we were sleeping under an overpass. Second is site condition. This park gets a lot of use and is very crowded, our gravel site was sloped heavily, soft gravel and generally rough. Wi-Fi was OK but not great. It was free so can't complain too much. Although the park has a security guard shack and gate we rarely saw the guard, and the gate was broken (open) the majority of the time. Don't let these negative sway you from staying here. Overall it worked out very well for us, and we would stay here again.
02/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
No frills gravel slips next to interstate. Great for a quick overnighter. Park is new and still under construction when we were there. Large with plenty of room to maneuver. Staff was friendly. Would stay again. Felt safe.
02/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Nice overnight campground outside of Houston near Camping World. Park is tight but accommodated MH with little effort (had to park toad in front of MH) Slips are gravel and mostly level. Wi-Fi was intermittent and mostly too weak to use. Staff was very friendly and helpful, they had our LP refilled while we were out shopping (@$2.85 pg). I-10 is close by so may not want for a long term stay. Big plus is location, just outside of the metro area but close to all necessary amenities. Would stay again.
03/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Easy access, all amenities. WiFi was weak (unusable most of the time). Park is very tight but accommodated many (12-14) MH's when we were there. Good for anyone going to Opryland or traveling around the north side if Nashville. Felt safe and comfortable (except for Wi-Fi). Park is located next to Camping World and couple RV dealers.
03/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Park is big and well maintained and looks like gets a lot of traffic (not surprising given the location). Lot's of large slips in the back, all gravel with concrete patio (big rig accessible). Located yards from Hwy#441. Was a good overnight (we stayed 2). We were looking for a quick stop for a hike in the smokey's without taking the MH all the way to Pigeon Forge. If we were going back to the area this would be our second choice. Sprint had good coverage but park CHARGES $6 PER DAY FOR WI-FI which is a big neg for us.
03/2008
rating [ 5/10 ]
Park looks very poorly maintained and old but has all necessary hookups. Location (500 yds from interstate and 5 mi from Roanoke) makes it good for an overnight while traveling I-81 but wouldn't want to stay much longer. All gravel slips, very close together, needed to park MH so slides would open around the tree. On thing to note is most slips have the hookups at the very end, we needed 35' of hose to reach the sewer. 1/3 of the pull thru's were nice and long (50' plus). Looked like about 10 or so permanents were set up (not well dressed). Internet was good except for peak times, offers propane refill, and has dump station, staff was friendly. Would stay again for an overnight in lieu of a parking lot.
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