Beautiful park with a lovely, private beach. Great hike from park to Humbug Mountain summit. Loop A has good big-rig sites, but they are close together. Loop B is much more open with good Verizon and satellite TV reception. However, Loop B has many tent sites close to the big-rig sites, so if the park is full, you could have campers ten feet away. We were here mid-week, off-season, so the park was empty. Yes, there is logging truck noise from nearby Hwy 101, but as soon as it gets dark, the trucks stop and the park is delightfully quiet. Griff's On the Dock in Port Orford, a funky little place nestled with the fishing boats, has great seafood at reasonable prices with an ocean view. We would definitely stay here again.
The two previous reviewers confused this area with nearby RV parks. This is essentially a huge parking lot in the middle of the harbor for dry camping only. Many people rent the neighboring site to park their boat/trailer. The view is spectacular - right on the water. The dump is now $10 and limited to only 20 dumps per day, so plan accordingly. Fresh water is free. We would definitely stay here again.
Per previous reviews, the sites are extremely narrow and sloped forward - we needed 6-inch blocks to level up. It is best to arrive before 5pm when cars start to park across from the sites, making backing in even harder. Despite these drawbacks, the location is perfect for visiting Bend for a fraction of the price of nearby parks. The Lodge is very welcoming and has great activities and food throughout the week. We would stay here again.
Excellent location for visiting Park City area. Beautiful views of lake. Beware - while many sites are long enough for a big rig, they are impossibly sloped. Apparently, the ReserveAmerica website knows which sites are level, but our rig and car barely fit. Wi-Fi signal was too weak to work at our site. Given its proximity to Salt Lake City, it's very, very busy in season and on weekends. Would definitely stay here again when visiting the area.
Beautiful campground. Quiet (at least during the week). Easy drive to Steamboat Springs. At trail head for great hike to Rabbit Ears Peak. While many sites are long enough for a big rig, most of the back-in sites are not level. Pull-through site #8 is the best. Sites 1, 2, 5, 9 and 20 also good. Three trees at the main loop's entrance can be avoided with care. Would definitely stay here again.
Rate reflects Escapees Club discount. Perfect location for visiting downtown Fort Worth - world-class museums and great restaurants all within walking distance. Park is old but well-maintained. Sites are very tight, but acceptable. Hostess was very friendly and helpful. Great WiFi. If you don't like urban environments, don't stay here. But if you want experience downtown Fort Worth, the park's deficiencies are offset by its location. We stayed here four nights and would stay again.
Rate reflects AARP discount. Perfect location for visiting Tulsa. Older park but very well-maintained. Even though right next to I-44, park is in a little valley, so noise is muffled. Owners are very gracious and helpful. Great WiFi. We stayed here six nights and would stay here again.
Price reflects PA discount. Great location to visit Albuquerque/Santa Fe area. Older park but well-maintained. Gracious hosts let us pull through two back-to-back sites in the upper area, which made our stay enjoyable. Most sites are very, very close together with no room for a picnic table, much less side-by-side rigs with slides. WiFi was not available in the upper area. We would stay here again, but not in season.