We have stayed at this park 4 times to attend Ashland Theatre Festival. The staff are very friendly and set the tone with great, fresh baked cookies as you check in. The bathrooms are spotless. The pool area is nice and refreshing on warm afternoons. Hwy 99 is about 1 block away and serves as the route back and forth to downtown Ashland. Nice local market nearby and lots of seasonal fruit stands. Wi-Fi works great and nice trees and nice chairs along stream. Easy on and off I-5. Nice Dutch Bros coffee kiosk at entrance to park and small outlet mall adjacent. Always enjoy our stay at this park. Many sites have nice tree canopy.
This park is another gem in an area without a lot of RV parks. The sites have a lot of grass between them and there are a lot of shade trees. There are many long terms guests. The park is very quiet. The restrooms are unisex and very basic and clean. We did not use the showers or laundry. Nearby there are stores to stock up such as Trader Joes, Target and the wonderful Cal State Fresno student farmers market - all seasonal fruits, veg, meats, nuts, wine and ice cream and olive oils - a must visit in Fresno. Follow the RV campgrounds driving instructions as the road is divided in front of the park and you can not turn left for entrance or exit.
This park is a small gem in an area that does not have a lot of RV parks. The manager was one of the nicest we have have ever met. The entrance is small, but the park is large once you leave the narrow entrance driveway. Lots of friendly long term guests. The bathrooms and laundry were immaculate. The shady trees were a relief on the hot, summer afternoon. The Wi-Fi worked great. You can walk to a Dairy Queen for a cold treat. We plan to stay at this park again as it is just off Hwy 99 a major north-south California route that has lots of fruit stands.
Location, location, location. This park is oceanfront. The sites are back-in and side by side with a bench and some bark. The sites back up to dunes with grass and trees. The sites are close together but the access to the beach make up for this. There is a very short trail through the dune grass to beach. This is not a swimming beach. The tides are amazing and there are a lot of small tide pools to explore. There is a large grassy area with seating and lawn games near the office. The staff were exceptional - very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The bath rooms were very beach basic. Wi-Fi was erratic and we were forewarned that the peninsula has low band width. We will definitely go back to this park. The sunset and dawn walks on the beach were spectacular.
Nice tree shaded park with grass and space between sites. Pull-throughs are reserved for big rigs. There is a great walking trail along the berm that is along one side of the park. Excellent Wi-Fi and laundry facilities. Bathrooms were clean - did not use showers. Easy access from freeway. Close by is a small mall with stores and markets and dining options. We used this park for visiting Mt St Helens (allow full day for this). Good location for going north or heading west to Washington coast.
Really convenient park for Portland visit. Park is 1-1/2 miles from Expo Line which is the light rail line serving all of the area. Excellent parking at Expo Line. The park is 1-1/2 miles west of Salty's restaurant with great seafood and view of the Columbia River. The river is across the street from the park and the park is very close to Columbia River bike-ped path entrances. Nice grass between sites. Wi-Fi worked great. Good restrooms and laundry facilities. We were gone during day and did not notice any air traffic from airport at night. We did not travel with pets but there were many in the park. There are two off leash dog parks a short ride from the RV park that we noticed each day as we left the park. We plan to use this park again as a base. The office staff were very helpful. Would have rated as a 10 but the trees need to grow a bit bigger for more shade.
Good park location. Slightly west of downtown Salem. All facilities excellent. Bathrooms were new looking and spotless. Wi-Fi worked great. This park is in a great location to visit wineries, hop farms, roadside fruit and veg stands and cheese factory. Also, there is a Safeway that is close by to stock up. They even show movies at night. Very helpful staff.
Beautiful park. Great grounds for walking. Too cold (in July) to use the pool. Bathrooms were like spa bathrooms - gorgeous and clean. Staff at office were helpful. Wi-Fi worked great. We had a pull through. Pet owners looked very happy with facilities. Good place to base for sightseeing.
This was our 5th stay at this park. Perfect stopping off point before heading to North California, Oregon or east to Nevada and Idaho when traveling from Los Angeles. Staff are friendly and good Wi-Fi. Can walk almost next door to Mahogany Smoked Meats for sandwiches and iconic smoked bacon to stock up RV. Great shade trees when Bishop gets over 100 degrees. Good place to base or just for one night. Park is very quiet.
This was our 4th stay at this park. Wonderful views, beautiful golf course and practice range. The grill serves great breakfasts and lunches - nice wine selection. The staff are very friendly and helpful with local sightseeing and history. Lots of forest roads and lakes nearby to explore as well as Alturas (great historical museum in town). This is a place to get away and relax and star gaze. Wi-fi works best on their gorgeous deck next to the office. New nature trail added and geo-caching for the non-golfers who want to ride the course. Bathrooms are spotless. Did not use showers or laundry. Would rate as a 10 if wi-fi available at site.
This is a lushly landscaped RV resort. Mature landscaping with plenty of shade, level concrete pads and incredibly large pool with beautiful sun deck and pool towels for guests and great workout room. Very peaceful park. There are pitch-putt golf areas and an area for driving balls. The on-site approved RV wax detail vendor was the best we have ever experienced in an RV park. In the time it took us to go to the local grocery store (plenty of stores, open air weekend market and dining options nearby), our RV was detailed to look brand new. There was highway and train noise that we noticed when we hooked up the rig but we did not notice it later. The Wi-Fi worked great. There is a dog walking area. We thought the rates for a premium site toward the end of high season were reasonable. We will definitely plan to make this an annual stop.
This park is a great stopoff when coming in to or out of the Southern California area. The staff were extremely polite and helpful. The entire park is surrounded by trees and the spaces are separated by trees. The rec room is huge and has a big screen TV so kids can mingle. Coffee and muffins are served every morning. The pool area is very nice. The small store stays open late and has essentials and ice cream. Kids have a playground and lots to do. It gets very hot in the summer in this area and the trees and pool were welcome. The early morning views of Mt Whitney are great. Will definitely stay here again.
This campground is in a great location to visit Lake Tahoe. Even though it is near two highways, it was very quiet. Trees separate the sites. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We arrived late and all of our information was by the office door. The bathrooms and showers were sparkling clean. The pool area is very pretty. Would definitely stay here again.
Almond Tree is a great park. All the facilites are immaculate. The huge shade trees at each site were great for the hot summer afternoon we camped there. The pool area was great. The owners were wonderful. Will definitely return there. WiFi was being installed the day we left.