Beautiful grounds under the pine trees and exceedingly well maintained, in a convenient location that is fairly quiet (there is some train noise). Staff really have the concierge mentality down. Extremely helpful and around in the evening to help,with spa or BBQ. Even suggested I call a 1/2 hour ahead so they can warm the seats in the steam room. Wi-Fi was great for me but hubbie had problems keeping connected on Saturday evening. Good cable TV. Sorry to hear of the restrictive dog policy. That may eliminate us next time. Complimentary coffee and newspaper and individual trash can. You can use credit cards in the laundry. Liked the spacious sites and didn't have to put our sewer into someone's yard.
Best small (our preference) independently owned park we have ever stayed! Wi-Fi never failed us. Strong. Lots of good cable T.V. Channels, but we almost didn't get that. She remembered to tell us the site we were assigned, did not have cable so we changed. Yes, there is the train (no whistle like in the southwest) and yes, a five minute shower cost 50 cents, but it is a well run place. Extremely helpful staff. Bathrooms large and very clean! It would be nice to have shelves in the shower (and of course a hand held shower head) but not a deal breaker! Bridge to Hood River costs $1 every time, which was annoying, but not the RV parks fault.
Wide sites. Lots of grass areas. Being on the Columbia all good. Walmart nearby. Lots of channels on cable TV. But they gave our site away and we had to move. Not even an apology. We had to move and they didn't even offer a $5 off since it was THEIR mistake!!! Wi-Fi was very frustrating and always knocking us off. Bright night light right in our bedroom. We had tons of flies in our unit plus hubbie said there were lots of flies in the mens room. Should have two showers. Shower area rather small to move around in. The snafu about making us move really soured us on this place. We will never come back. Lots of other nice RV parks in the area.
Very lovely setting. Bathrooms very clean. Good hot water once I switched shower stalls. No hand held shower head and not enough shelves for all my shampoos and soaps, but o.k. I did report it to management. Very nice folks. We came in on an uncrowded Sunday night and was able to pick our spot. We picked the one closest to bathrooms and laundry. It had a nice slab patio and flowers and grass. The only site that did. Has an air hose which is unusual for parks. Didn't try the heated pool, but would have liked to. Weather kinda crummy and we don't fish, so we moved on. Laundry clean. Two dollars to wash. I picked a crowded time to do laundry on Sunday afternoon so had to wait a couple of hours. No biggie.
It's a great place to bring kids. Lots of activities. We came on the 2 for 1 night special so the park was completely booked...all 300 plus sites. The sites are big and level. The staff is very friendly...from the person who cleaned our bathrooms to the person giving out popcorn for the free movie to the fellow helping us check in and taking down our license numbers... Koa definitely knows customer service. Cable TV good. Lots of wireless, but still spotty at times. Free pancakes - a nice touch.
Check in was with the best guy: most helpful and friendly in all of the 170 parks we have been in. Bathroom/showers immaculate. Handicapped shower had my hand-held shower head that I love. Sites close together but had flowers and nice landscaping between them. (Although our grass was a bit barren.) The breakfast room very warm and inviting and large. Free DVD rentals where many places charge. Nice book exchange and well stocked gift shop. Spa is a wonderful feature and everything was clean. Nice unique touch no where else: free morning newspaper delivery to your porch. Premier is really doing it right!!
I like rustic feeling parks with campfires and all the amenities so gave it a nine. Hubbie got use to beautifully modern and decorated premier and sea perch. Bathrooms are more like a state park, but the handicapped facility does have a hand held shower and the strongest hot water pressure I have encountered in a long time. What turned my husband off was the check in process. Rather abrupt and not very friendly. (We've been spoiled along the Oregon coast with their hospitality). No bathrooms in the pool area so we suspect that the kids just pee in the pool rather than get out and go outside to the toilets. Lovely setting and I'm thrilled to be able to have a campfire. Very, very quiet!! Great cable TV reception and LOTS of channels! Strong Wi-Fi.
Location is Great! The private beach is wonderful to watch the sunset, and just take long walks! Park is small, but we didn't have any problem backing in or out. A few trailers did. Office staff very friendly and very helpful and informative. Super club house. Nice decor. they keep it immaculate. Lots of places to visit close-by. Loved Cape Perpetua.
We chose this one because we wanted to be in walking distance to the Old Town Bandon. I'm glad we were close to town like that. It's a wonderful little seaside town. The park had very small and tight spaces on rock. There was a very nice manager; she had lots of great ideas on what to see and where to go. She had all the answers to my questions. There was a good strong WIFI. Rate reflects 25% off for calling ahead and making reservations. There were only two toilets and one shower, but they were clean and not a problem. Lots of cable TV channels to choose from.
I give this park a 10. Strong wireless, but only those parks that have immaculate showers/bathrooms with hand-held shower heads get a 10 from me. Also, I love that they accept all breeds of dogs. We are not currently dog owners, but want to get another Rottweiller , but many RV parks do not allow them. That's rather arbitrary in my opinion. Office staff was excellent and very helpful and friendly. Pool was cleaner than ours at home. Very refreshing! Nice touches like a porch swing on the river bank to relax and watch the river flow. Very very nice facility. Hubby gives it a 9 because he could hear the highway noise.
Location great. Short walk to ocean and town of Pismo beach. I'm not sure it would be so enjoyable on a busy summer weekend. Well maintained and a great free Wi-Fi system. Lots of channels on cable. Bathrooms were "California clean." I'm a native Californian who has traveled extensively throughout U.S., and standards of cleanliness in almost everywhere else is much higher. Grout on floors dirty and I realized the little white tiles on the floor made it look like tissues were there I thought. Sites close to each other, but the park has lots to offer. Restaurant closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays so we didn't get to try it although it would have been convenient for us to use.
Narrow sites. Good paved road. Caters to seasonal retired folks. Staff and residents seemed nice. Three pools and 3 shower areas so that was good and accessible and very clean. We only stayed two nights. Lots of activities offered. We had problems first day with TengoInternet, but the 2nd day, connection and getting set up much better. No way to buy TengoInternet code for a second computer. At other parks, I paid $5 so that we both could use our computers at the same time. The lady checking us in, said there was no way to give me a 2nd code even though she had a clipboard full of the slips. Very quiet spot.
Big sites. Lots of lovely palm trees. Toilet , showers for overnight folks not quite as nice as main facilities. I wish all parks would charge for wi-fi to insure a nice strong consistent connection. With the reasonable rate, paying $2 for wi-fi was still a good deal because it WORKED! Great paved roads to ride bikes around. We got there for movie day. ARGO was showing, and they even had popcorn. Very friendly folks. Tennis courts, warm pool. Lots of activities. Great park.
The bathrooms were old and dated but clean. I like that they had paper towels. Yes, friendly and fast check in. Level campsites, good hookup, easy in and out of sites and campground . Nice long pull-throughs. Very helpful staff. Good strong Wi-Fi. Lots of good channels on cable TV and good reception. Wi-Fi better than a lot of the fancy expensive parks. We will be back when traveling through. We used discount card from another campground, 20% off.
Just the size of park we like. Wonderful setting on the river. Big flat sights. Friendly managers. Strong wifi. Hubbie thought it was a bit slow. Cable tv great picture but it had some fuzziness. OK, clean bathrooms. Great hot water and strong in the individual showers. Only drawback is roads not paved, but not a big deal. The pool looked well maintained, but we didn't use it. We will definitely stop there again. Junction doesn't have much to offer but there are nice people in the thrift shops and a nice city park at the river.
This is our 2nd stay here. Last May there were very few folks there. February was a bit crowded, but we were very happy to get a nice, close space to the bathrooms. 3 nice clean separated showers. Strong hot showers. Manager not the friendliest, but nice enough. I appreciate the morning Zumba and exercise classes and the Tuesday night cowboy jam session. Location is the best to walk to town. That's why we will stay here again. Good rate also. Good strong wi-fi and good cable TV!
Pretty basic park, but multiple showers and toilets. They were clean and modern. No paper towels or soap in the toilet/shower units. Community room was very inviting. Free coffee. Only gets a low rating because no WIFI. Must go to commons to get WIFI. Did not use the pool. Level sites. Best cable TV transmission that we've had. Water not an issue for us, but thought it was a nice touch that they gave us a gallon of water to use. I'm sure their well water is fine; it just tastes like well water.
Gets a 9 because of no good WIFI. They suggest you do your computing in the commons area. They are on TengoNet. If we had a Verizon or AT&T data plan, then we would probably stay there forever. My husband thought he didn't like KOAs, but this changed his attitude. Every staff person was friendly and helpful and attentive. They immediately came and checked our TV reception. Also, came and repaired the picnic table right as soon as we reported it. We enjoyed the Friday night music on the deck, and my husband loved the $3 breakfast. Best pancakes ever! Loved being able to walk to Pier 19. Great food and cheap drinks and loved Cactus Willie live music. Lots of clean, modern shower stalls and toilets. The guests were also nice. Easy to bike to the county park and to town. Yikes,Texans don't seem to like bicyclists! We called to get our site, and so we had a great bargain I think for South Padre Island--only $44. She seemed to try and discourage us because they were small, but we were fine for 5 days. Husband says he would upgrade if we were there longer. Great park. Pool warm also.
It gets an 8 for its location. This is an old, rustic park with very small sites. Hard to maneuver. However, grass at most of the sites, and flowers and plants are a nice touch. There was only one bathroom and shower combo. Man checking us in did not mention that it needed a key and a $5 deposit so I had to go back to the office. This was the most we ever paid for a site. However, husband does not like to stay in the big 1000 unit large parks like the ones in town. People staying there seemed very nice and friendly. Bernies on Wednesday night is fun. WiFI was nonexistent. We were able to get on an unsecured wifi from another source for most of the time.
Close and convenient to Alamo and River Walk. The Walmart close-by on Military Highway was HORRIBLE! Crowded both times we were there and NEVER any carts inside or out in the parking lot! It was crazy! Sites were very close together. Used the propane that was on-site which was a good convenience. The bathrooms and showers were nice and modern. WIFI was very good. Very crowded on the presidents birthday weekend so we were lucky to get a spot, and of course, couldn't choose to be close to restrooms like we like.
Everything was great. Just got a "9" because husband noticed road noise. Showers and restrooms were good and modern. The two shower stalls need a curtain to separate them. Laundry room was clean. There was always someone around who was cleaning the washer/dryers. There was a lot of pride in the maintenance of the whole park. Loved the bird viewing area. If we were staying longer, we would have used the hiking/biking trail next to the park. Wi-fi was very good. She forgot to tell me it was $5 extra for a 2nd computer with TengoNet. It was worth it to have consistent strong wi-fi. Cable TV also good. Del Rio had nothing to offer us. They need rehab funds to save some of their old buildings downtown.
An excellent park from the first experience. The people registering us, camp helpers, were extremely enthusiastic and helpful about what to do in the area. I really like and appreciate that. It was very well laid out, easy to get in and out. Bathrooms were immaculate. Shower area good and had strong hot water! As in most everywhere we go, wifi is weak, especially in the evening when others are downloading their Skype and movies. Enjoyed the new bar at the hotel downtown and Big Bend is in the area.
Very well maintained. Paved. Convenient. Some freeway noise. Great individual showers. Very, very clean. Didn't offer any info at check in, but pleasant enough when asked. Didn't know about coffee in the morning, but a nice touch. New and nicely furnished common room. For that price, wifi should work better. They don't tell you to put up antennae with the cable TV for network channels. Too windy to put up antennae. When I made reservations, they unnecessarily put us in a large corner premier pull through. There were lots of regular pull throughs we would have fit. Guess we are still learning about making sure I ask all the right questions.
This is a bank owned property, but check in staff working for the management company and are very nice and helpful. They allowed us to use two back ins as a pull,through. Like the other comments, it is not well maintained. No soap in the bathrooms. No heat in the bathrooms. Paper towel dispenser coming off the wall. Both female and male bathrooms marginal. One of the pools and spa closed. It is convenient to town.
We were very appreciative of the owners to fit us in. They were very full. They seem to cater to rally's. They are planning to charge for their one shower. They expect only Independent units and people to use their own units toilets and showers. There was no hot water in the one shower. We are used to using the facilities shower so that was surprising to us. Nice big TV in the club house and a hard wired Internet in the clubhouse which was used to pay bills. It was frustrating that there was no WiFi in our unit. They block big downloads like Netflix. Very very nice owners ...just run differently than what we expect.
This is basically a copy of another review. This is one of our favorite parks. It is excellent. Very clean and tidy smaller campground. Each space has a cement pad and a little landscaping with plenty of room for rigs with slides on both sides and a tow car. There is also a pretty little cactus garden with a picnic table. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful and pointed us in the direction of several sights we would have missed otherwise. Strong Verizon and Wi-Fi signal.