A little difficult to access in large rig as you have to maneuver around some large trees. Park is small, gravel, dirt roads, with some pretty sorry looking trees that need lots of pruning and trimming. Staff is very friendly but they haven't cleaned up the park nor filled the pool yet. Wife's iPad had difficulty accessing the Wi-Fi (my laptop did not). Trains running through the night was a little disturbing and woke us up a couple of times. We had an excellent Italian dinner at Mike & Toni's. I seriously doubt if we will ever stay at this KOA again.
This is a fairly nice park, right off of the main drag with easy access and egress. Staff was very friendly; however, a receipt was only given upon leaving which required us to re-visit the office upon leaving. In addition, the trees had not been trimmed yet (which hit the slide out), and camp tables were covered in bird poop. Due to the convenience of access, we probably will stay there again in the future.
W spent one night there. We were told that it was a 50amp site, but the utility post only had a 30amp outlet. It wasn't a problem since we didn't need the ACs. Park shower was clean, but it had a timer on the lights and evidently it wasn't fully turned and the lights went out during shower. Park was clean with concrete pads, a small grassy area and a medium size tree with a picnic table. Site was sufficiently large enough for a one night stay. We would have liked a little more room if we were to stay longer. One word of caution, access to the road to the park requires going over an sharp incline at an angle and will cause a motor home to rock violently side to side if you are going more than a creep. We will definitely stay there again on our next trip through that area.
Due to the size of our motorhome, this RV park is the only game in town. Otherwise we would not stay here ever again. They are over priced and even charged $5 for our pet. Told them I'll just leave the dog waste on the ground for that price. Sites are under trees and on dirt with no asphalt driveways; therefore, dusty and dirty. Had to take off our shoes outside so that we wouldn't track in the dust/dirt into the motorhome. Access is doable, but must be very careful of large trees with overhanging branches. Electric pedestal outlet is on the bottom (facing straight down) and a little difficult to use: especially if you have a large surge protector. We love Mammoth, but this RV park is not recommended. Sure wish we fit in the several state camp grounds in that area.
This is an excellent rv park. Large, spacious, clean, with easy access to all sites. Shuttle to Casino with an excellent restaurant inside. Showers and rest rooms were excellent, but one downside was that the water pressure was down a little bit from what we are used to. Most definitely will stay there again on our next trip through that area.
We stayed here for a week in the lower section. The following is a little bit of background info on this resort that I learned from some of the owners, that may shed some light on the poor review mentioned below. The previous owner: Outdoor Resorts of Oregon (not Outdoor Resorts of America BTW) declared bankruptcy and the court awarded the resort to the HOA. I understand that while ORO was in bankruptcy, they did not do anything to the resort for maintenance, repair, or upkeep; hence, the golf course, pools, trails to the beach were all left untouched for several months. Only the basic needs were taken care of. Now that the resort is under the mgt of the HOA, they have rectified all of these misgivings that were listed below. The resort is fully functional and is pristine clean. I have also been informed by some of the owners here, that the lots that were previously owned by ORO that were selling for around $50k each, are now being almost being given away for the modest price of $7K each. We enjoyed some of the activities that the HOA provides (pot lucks, BBQs, and miscellaneous get togethers) and will definitely come back again. We also enjoyed the game room, pools, and club house as we were invited by one of the owners to join them in some card games, food, and wine at the club house. We had the large fire place going and had a great time. As mentioned by another review, the owners were very friendly as were the security guards and maintenance people. My only negativity to this resort is that whereas each site is provided with a picnic table, I noticed that many are in need of repair and/or painting. Also the area to the south of the resort looks really rundown and is weed covered. I understand that this area is an "overflow" area and will be cleaned up in the near future. Right now it really distracts from the rest of the resort. If you have a motorcoach and want to stay at a very nice resort on the Oregon Coast, this one is for you.
Our motorhome is 36' and we had a little trouble with overhanging trees scraping the top and sides of the motorhome as we tried to navigate the very narrow access roads. Once at the site, backing in was very easy, but the site was far from being level. Lifted the rear as much as possible but to keep the rear tires on the ground the motorhome was still tail down. Lots of kids on bikes, so you really had to be careful driving in or out of campground. With the tall trees, satellite TV was out of the question and no wi-fi...had to use our hotspot. Staff was friendly, campground (and facilities) were clean and well kept. With the motorhome, I don't think I would use this campground again, but smaller motorhomes/5ers/travel trailers with families...this is a great spot.
This is an older park, sites are fairly close together with tight access. Many tall cottonwood trees that totally blinded our satellite dish and the park did not have cable TV. There are sites that the trees are not a problem, but you need to tell them that you want a satellite capable site. Fortunately, Draper is close enough to SLC that over the air TV is available: with many Mexican channels. Camping World is about a block away. Park is very quiet in spite of being close to the freeway. Some permanent sites and a nice little park with a water way and plenty of grass for kids and pets to play. Nice pool and nice pet "restroom".
Wow! This is an absolute 5-star RV park, but you pay for it. Sites are large with pavers and a large grass area between sites. The entire park is immaculately clean and pristine. You could put two more rigs between the sites, talk about privacy. It is a little difficult to get to the park, but by calling the office, they provided us with turn by turn instructions and arrived without mishap. If you come by the directions given by most RV magazines, you'll have to go under a very low overpass that may or may not be too low for your rig. We didn't go that way so I don't know what the height is, so be aware. This is our 2nd time at the park and in spite of the cost, we will stay here again in the future.
We stayed as Passport America members and the price was only $11.99 as opposed to $22.99. Restrictions included paying extra for Wi-Fi and showers. Extremely friendly staff, met us at the entrance and guided us to our spot without us getting out of the rig. Site had a medium sized Globe Willow that interfered with our slide out and he immediately got some clippers and cut the limbs that were the problem. Park was clean with gravel sites and grass yards with more than sufficient space between sites. Now the bad part. The park is located adjacent to the railroad and we were about 100' (or less) from the tracks. Need I say more?
This is a very nice "old" park. While the restroom/showers were very clean, there was an old musty smell. The sites were gravel with grass yards with sufficient space between the sites and each had sufficient access. Shade trees did hamper our satellite dish, but was really not an issue. Some "permanent" rigs were there. We initially were scheduled for one night, but while on the road that day, our small Shih Tzu came down with some illness and we had to extend one day. The staff was extremely helpful in our concerns of our pet and recommended a local Vet to come in on Saturday to help us out. They even called us twice during the next day inquiring on our pet's health.
Nice park, clean open, friendly staff. Would stay again. Only thing we disliked about it was that there is a fee for WiFi and the dog run was outside the park with no access from the park except back out the entrance and down the street. A park of this caliber (and price) should have all the perks free.
This is a Class A/C (over 25') RV park. No trailers allowed. Also, park has no pull through sites and some of the back in sites are at a 90 degrees from the access roads which makes backing a 45' MH difficult. Overall, the park is very clean including laundry rooms (2), Shower rooms (2), game room, meeting room, spas (2), kitchen, and an indoor and outdoor heated pools. All sites come with 50/30/15 amps (and yes, some outlets do have some rust on them: next to the ocean, you know), high water pressure, WiFi, cable TV, and of course sewer. Pads are concrete that sometimes "look" dirty, but I think are just the nature of the type of concrete finish they have here. Each has a nice lawn with hedges and other plants sometimes separating one site from an adjacent site. Some sites have been "fixed up" by their owners with wind deflectors and larger pads/pavers for more outdoor entertaining. Those along the north end, have nice retaining walls, patio pavers, with lots of flowers and other plants. Staff is nice, but not "real" friendly. Security at the gate and roaming throughout the day and night. Little highway noise if located at the sites next to Hwy 101, and ocean wave noise if located at the sites closest to the beach. It seems like there is always something going on at the clubhouse or out on the small golf course. Lots of activity that everyone is invited to. Potlucks, entertainment, rallys, and such seem to be the norm here. Most definitely will stay here again next time through this area.