The park is great, lots for the kids to do and plenty of room. There are two loops, A and B. A is the older loop and is wooded with lots of shade, its also the loop most used by tenters, so it can be noisy. B Loop has less shade, but the site are farther apart, less tents, and quieter. Nothing against tents, but in this park they can be 4-5 tents in a site, so its usually groups accompanied by noise. Bike trails, hiking trails, frisbee golf course, boat dock on the river, 4 mile bike/hike to the country store, as I said, lots for the kids to do.
This park is located in th middle of Oregon Wine Country. We stayed 3 nights, full hookups. It was quiet and very clean, our trailer was surrounded by larger MH and 5th wheels. Sites are nice, concrete pads, with a table and room to park your vehicle. We'll be back when visiting wine country again.
We didn't actually stay here, but drove up to see if it is a possibility next time we come to Sauvie Island. Its a nice clean campground. The RV sites were close together, but adequate. It also has tents and yurts to rent. Its across from the Yacht Club on a small inlet and about 2 miles from the public beach. Spaces were not as far apart as at Reeder's, but less permanent residents.
This park is hard to rate, on the plus side, there is a lot for the grandkids to do. Its still a working farm with plenty of animals to see, feed, and play with. The staff are extremely friendly and the park is quiet. Lots to do on the island, since a majority is wildlife reserve. The park is rustic, with lots of permanent or what look like permanent residents. Lots of stuff stored on the sites, metal sheds, etc. Definitely not your typical RV "resort". But we enjoyed it and the grandkids are already asking when are we going back. Berry picking in the area, petting farms, beaches, including a clothing optional one, so lots of entertainment. River fishing at the park. Lots of small lake fishing on the island.
Took our new trailer trailer here on its maiden voyage. Camped in a standard W&E site. These sites are close together and the entire park is in a forested area. We have a 25' trailer and it was tight getting it through along the roads. More room over in the "T" section with full hookups, but those sites are really close together. All-in-all, its a nice place, we have been here many times and will be back again. Our previous 5er was too large for the standard sites, so this is our first time to stay in them. Many pull-thrus and nice wooded areas, The grandkids loved it.