We got a 10% discount for being AAA members and I didn't add the tax in the amount I input. This resort is wonderful. The sites are concrete, level and roomy. The pool and hot tub overlook the man-made "lake" and are very well kept. The managers are quite helpful and friendly. There is a large grocery store nearby and a restaurant on the golf course (across the street), which has a extensive menu (but closes at 5:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday). The dog run is one of the nicest I have seen. Grounds are well groomed and landscaped. It is a brand new resort, which is a treat. Laundry is $1.25 for washers and $1.00 for dryers. There is a little store that carries the essentials and RV items. It is very secure. One is given a remote to operate all the gates and such. It is located in a high-end neighborhood amongst several gated communities. I would highly recommend this resort. We didn't golf, so I cannot rate the course.
This park is very quiet and safe. It is primarily occupied by young, working full timers who keep their sites tidy and are very respectful and friendly to guests. There is a nice dog run and the cable TV is excellent with several HD channels. I gave the park a 7, because it is overpriced. There are resorts in San Diego proper that are quite a bit less with nicer amenities. Nor do they offer off-season rates. While I enjoyed staying here, I was put off by being charged more than the park is worth.
First of all, the rate I listed is for a prime location - riverfront space. There are many sites available for $38. This resort is truly a resort. They have an excellent massage therapist available at a very reasonable rate. The grounds are incredibly beautiful and "green" with drought-resistant landscaping and water conservation practices. The pool is huge with roped-off lanes for swimming laps. There is also a hot tub and an lovely area for BBQing with a large group. The clubhouse is elegant with huge leather chairs, a large flat screen TV, a big kitchen and dining area for parties. The laundry facilities and showers have a balcony that overlooks the river with Adirondack chairs and a fire pit. There is a small basketball court, a pet area, and easy access to the Sacramento River with areas where dogs can swim. The sites are level and very wide. The staff is so kind and helpful, more so than any other RV park we have visited. It is located very close to a little shopping center for groceries, movie rentals and such. There are several espresso shops nearby as well. This resort was so welcoming that we stayed extra nights in spite of a tight schedule.
This park is pretty much the only one in Bellingham. The laundry is $1.25 to wash and $1.00 to dry, which is a nice change (no pun intended) from many of the parks we stayed in this summer. The wi-fi is free, and there are always fresh (free) cookies, coffee and fruit in the office. It is located right off the freeway with gas stations and espresso within walking distance. The reason I rated it a 7, however, is that the sites are not level and very close together. And, I'm not sure how to express this any more clearly, but there is an overall bad vibe about this place. The owners are clearly trying to make it nice with cookies and such, but it just doesn't have a very welcoming feel to it beneath the surface.
From the moment we rolled into this park, we felt welcome. It is also very, very well kept. The restrooms, showers and laundry room are worthy of an upscale hotel. The sites are level, staff SO friendly and helpful. There is a beautiful park right across the street for dog walking, running, or walking. They have a continental breakfast with a large variety of pastries. We stayed in a deluxe site, so the price I listed reflects the higher rate. There is an RV sales and service center next door (just in case). I would highly recommend this park. Friends of Bill W.: the meetings are excellent. Check out the Lighthouse club.
The best thing about this park is its trails for dog walking and biking. We have big dogs who require two-hour walks, and we don't like to have to get in the car and drive to an area to walk them. This park had access to a number of beautiful trails with a river running along the edges. Downside: the sites were not as private as we had hoped, they charge for cable, and our site required leveling. If you are visiting Crater Lake, this is the only park with full hookups. I was not impressed with Beckie's Cafe, which previous reviews cite as having wonderful food. It had "bar food" and the pies weren't great. But, the trails make this park worth a visit if you are in the area.
We landed in this RV Park after getting a blowout on I-5 nearby. The staff was amazing. Over the phone, before we even arrived, they looked up towing services for us, and it only got better once we were there. It is a beautiful park with lots of trees and elegant landscaping. The sites are level, cable TV is good, and they even serve a Saturday morning breakfast of eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage and coffee. We stayed for a week because of the damage to our trailer and loved every minute of it largely due to this park. It is located south of Eugene so you don't have to go through the city at the end of your drive. There is an excellent espresso drive-through two miles away and a Ray's grocery with lots of organic food. Also, there are nice hiking trails a couple miles from the park. WiFi is available if one is willing to pay. We used our Verizon broadband card. We couldn't have chosen a better place to breakdown. It was a haven.
We had planned to stay one night, but this RV park was so nice that we extended our stay by four nights. The landscaping is beautiful, nice exercise room, putting green, level concrete sites, clean showers, and it even has a trail (not long) on which to walk dogs. The staff is very friendly. I highly recommend this park. Friends: good meetings in Grants Pass!
This RV resort is truly a resort (unlike many who use the term). Concrete sites are level and spaced well. The restaurant will deliver to your door and has good food. Everyone who works there is extremely friendly and helpful. The pool is clean and resort-like, and the exercise room has the same feel. Kids are welcome, but they do not dominate the resort. There is a city park within walking distance to take dogs (though there were many off-leash dogs there). It is located in an urban area, which is safe and near a Wal-Mart and Starbucks (about 1 mile away). This is by far one of the nicest RV parks we have experienced.
If you are visiting the Bay Area, this is RV park for you. It is 20 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge, and 10 miles from the Richmond Bridge. This park houses about 50% full timers, most of whom work in the area and are very respectful and friendly. The owner is very friendly as are the staff. The spaces are tight, but given how expensive land is in the Bay Area. It is situated near a nice neighborhood, and there are trails nearby to walk dogs (though there are foxtails). There is a good deli on the grounds, but the espresso machine is broken so don't count on it. There is a Peets Coffee about a mile away, though. Trader Joes, Target, Costco, and many other stores are very close. It is also bike friendly. Friend's of Bill W.: meetings are excellent in Novato.
I would not recommend this "resort." The highway traffic is terrible (especially in sites 38 and 39). Exhaust from trucks and cars permeated our trailer and the noise kept us up at night. There was construction right across from the park with a nonstop jack hammer (not their fault, admittedly), but this killed any peaceful experience we might have had from 7a.m.- 5:00p.m. When we tried to walk our dogs around the sites, full timers had their dogs off leash, which made it impossible to exercise ours. Getting a refund was unpleasant -- staff did not know what their policy was, then refunded incorrect amount, and when we attempted to rectify it, they gave us attitude. Just 20 miles north on 101 in Garberville, there is a much nicer park with an espresso/gift shop across the street. I wish we had stayed there.
This was one of our favorite RV parks. We had planned to stay one night, but changed our stay to three nights due to our positive feeling about the park. The owners are incredibly friendly and helpful. They helped us park our trailer, find a vet in town, offered insider's advice on what to see and what to avoid, even made suggestions for our next destination, and were available around the clock. Overall, they made us feel very welcome, as if we were locals. Additionally, the park is very dog friendly with a big field for dogs to run off leash. I would highly recommend this park.
This brand new park is worth visiting. Everything worked beautifully (internet, cable, laundry facilities, etc.), and the staff was very, very friendly and helpful. The only reason I gave it a less than perfect score is that we had to level our trailer and there were no nice areas to walk our dogs. Even so, I recommend it highly.
There is a wonderful park only 7 miles from this one in Lynden, WA, which is a much better choice than this one. It is called "Hidden Village RV Park." I would highly recommend it over this one. But, here is my review: If you do not care about internet access, this park is fairly nice. They have good laundry facilities, relatively level sites, nice staff (except one grumpy male manager), and great cable television. However, the WiFi is nonexistent in certain spots. After two days, we moved to a spot that was supposed to have better access, and it was in and out constantly and very slow. When we asked the office, they said that it was due to customers in the hotel next door using it and had no solutions. We took our laptop into the office and still had a terrible connection at best. The staff was not helpful at all. Another disappointment was the lack of a nice area to walk our dogs. The best part of this site is its access to great stores and a beautiful college town.