We stayed here over night. The view was great and the park was adequate. This is an older park and the grass is plentiful. The owner meets you as you enter the campground so no need to go into the office which is not manned. We have two small dogs and there was plenty of area to walk them. We have an RV with a tow. The spaces were very long so it was no problem to stay hooked up. I would stay here again.
This park is older and is not large. There is a nice space between each site with plenty of room for your tow. We stayed here for two nights and would stay here again. We have two small dogs and had no problem with walking them. The restrooms were very clean. Don't miss touring the Moss Mansion located within a few miles of the park.
This is a great RV park. We stayed July and August 2013 and paid a monthly rate, which is much cheaper than the daily rate. There is no swimming pool or play ground, therefore, there are few families with kids staying here. It is very dog friendly, and the workers are all super. The park stayed full during the time we were here. We would stay here again.
This is a very clean RV Park. The sites are somewhat close to each other. It is very close to Portland and is very easy to access the major freeways. They allow RV washing for a $5 charge, which is not bad. The people working here are very friendly ,and the park is also dog friendly. My AT&T hotspot worked great as did my AT&T cell phone.
This park is a grade 2 at most. Very tight on all sites to the point of dangerous. I saw a 5er almost take off a mirror of a large 45' Beaver which was 2 coaches from me. It is not clean due to many kids and low end RV's. It is very overpriced. I would NOT stay here again.
Very nice and close to Mt. St. Helens. Trains go by almost every 15 to 30 minutes, and they were very close to our site (within a half block). I like trains, but in the middle of the night it interfered with our rest. I gave this a 9 because it more than served our purpose which was to see Mt. St. Helens and not be in a really rustic RV park. We stayed 3 nights. People were friendly and knowledgeable of the area. I would stay here again.
Great park, large sites, back-in is no problem. I was able to get Direct TV using my portable dish. Lots of trees. Enclosed dog run; this is a really nice feature for dog owners. The daily rate is high, but we stayed a month for $999 which is 33 per night. There is a lot to do in the area, and staying a month was no problem for us.
Paved sites, and paved streets. Very clean with grass between each site. No enclosed dog run but a good area to walk them. This would be a perfect 10/10/10 if only the Internet would work. Oh well, what's new. A good number of RV Parks have trouble with their Internet. I would stay here again, no problem. Staff is great and friendly.
I echo the last review I read. I gave them a 7. Washboard roads, a bit run down. Deep ruts in front of some sites. It is close to Rocky Mountain National Park which is a plus. Verizon does not work well but AT&T does. Satellite is no problem. I would stay there again.
I was told the park was in bankruptcy and because of this some of the facilities are a bit run down. It is a great place to see the sites around Colorado Springs. I would stay here again. It is a little expensive for the park at this time. Satellite reception does not exist at most sites. Verizon and AT&T work well.