A very nice find along the coast. Level sites with full hookups and nice landscaping. Pet friendly with a secluded dog walk in the woods near the entrance and a small fenced area next to the bathrooms. Only negative for us was that the table had to be moved to the driveway to be usable, but it wasn't too heavy, so no big deal. Will definitely stay here again.
Nice oasis with green lawns and shade trees at most sites. Excellent cable, but no playground or dog walk. However, it's within walking distance of McDonald's and Subway, and the Pilot station has the lowest gas prices in the area. The park has added more back-in sites since the last time I was here, so although the pull-thru sites fill every night, there's still room for late arrivals. Will definitely stay here again.
Very nice park with mostly shaded gravel sites with brick patios for full-hookups. Good tent area and open W/E sites. Very dog friendly with a large field near the dog's potty where the dog can run and explore. We stopped while going both north and south on I-5. Signage from the north is lacking so if you have GPS, take advantage. Excellent cable and Wi-Fi. Would definitely stay here again.
I agree that the sites are tight both in width and length and all sites are back-in. I needed help to get into mine. However, once you're in, they're very private and include a brick patio and nice table. Cable is available and internet, which is free for two hours a day. Very close to public transportation, too. Would definitely stay here again if in the area.
The section of the road between the office and the RV park was unpaved and very rough, but once you arrive, you can choose a site facing the ocean with great views. Unfortunately, there aren't many sites available for campers. Most of the area is filled with cabins, so you might want to call ahead.
Rather rustic campground with the basic hookups. (Sewer is only available if you stay two or more nights.) But it's a good jumping off point for a visit to the Hoh visitor's center if you need water/electric which isn't offered in the NP campground.
Most sites are narrow and close to one another. Some shaded, some not. Limited sites have 50 amp or cable, but the over the air stations are numerous. Close to a bike path and river. Not far from Seattle. Would consider staying again if in the area.
A bit pricey for what's here. Gravel sites that are almost level, grass between sites with small trees that offer no shade, some sites with tables, some not. Good list of cable channels, but with poor reception and a Wi-Fi that I was never able to log on to. Not what I expected for this price. Probably won't be back.
There are two sides to this park. The front section is concrete with small trees, and the back section (w/cable) has grass, trees and gravel sites. Very dog friendly and under new management. Remodeling is underway, but thus far does not affect the campers. The price quoted includes an extra fee for cable, but OTA stations are plentiful. Have stayed here before and will again.
Nothing fancy, but the price is right. Had complete hookups and a very level site. Dogs are welcomed, and the Wi-Fi is free and strong. No cable, but 20+ stations over the air. Have stayed here before and probably will again.
This is a large snowbird park. Rate shown is with PA discount which is good for three days. As said in previous review, the office is closed on Sundays, but self registration is easy. Overnighters are asked to park in the two rows closest to the highway, but that's not a problem because there is very little traffic. Sites are fairly level with a small concrete patio, and there is some OTA television for those of us without satellites. I will come again.
Very pet friendly park with full hookups. Can be miserably hot in summer, but the manager always tries to find you a site with some shade. There's no cable, but stations from both Phoenix and Las Vegas come in over-the-air.
The price reflects the Passport America rate, including tax. Nothing fancy, but full hookups and free Wi-Fi. Only one site has any shade, but for the price, it's hard to beat. Very good access to open country to hike and walk the dog. Only drawback is that there is no cable or OTA television reception. :) So beware if that's important to you.
One of my favorite parks. The sites sit between orange trees and the smell of orange blossoms hit me as soon as I stepped out to walk to the office. Since the trees no longer had oranges to pick, I was given a bagful at check-in. A nice touch. Large park so there's plenty of room to walk the dog and there's good off leash area. The rate reflects an extra discount for paying cash, and I will definitely stay here whenever I'm in the area.
Have stayed here before, but this time there was no one in the office even though I arrived during the posted office hours. Overnighters are restricted to one row in the park and when I pulled into a site, I found that the utilities were so far forward that I would have been sticking out into the street. Since there was no one there for advice, I moved on.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. Clean and well landscaped, but some of the sites are pretty close together and all that I saw were very narrow which made backing in a bit of a challenge. Has a small off leash area for dogs with scented waste bags, and is within walking distance of fast food establishments. May stay here again if in the area.
Not fancy, but offers shade which I needed. The manager was very attentive and even asked about my medic alert bracelet. She wanted to be sure that I had the info I would need in case of an emergency. This is the first time that has happened, and I appreciated the gesture. Would stay here again for the shade.
Although this park is listed as Hood River, it is also only a few miles from The Dalles. You can only access the park from westbound I-84. I really enjoy this park. Lots of shade is available and very strong over-the-air television from Portland. The park is very popular with locals, so be sure to check site markers to make sure the site you select isn't already reserved.
Not the prettiest park, but it has all the basic amenities, including cable. Very dog friendly, too. You can see the effect of the economy here with quite a number of "permanent" rigs, but they are not obtrusive. Would stay again if in the area.
Paved wide level sites with green lawn. Only thing missing is shade, and it can be quite hot here in summer. Very pet friendly with good WiFi and cable TV. Easy on/off freeway and close to shopping and gas. Have stayed here before and will again.
Partially shaded pull-thru sites with full hookups, including cable. I could see the Snake River from my door. You can have a meal delivered to your RV, and the large salad I ordered was very fresh and quite delicious. Easy on/off freeway. Would definitely stay here again.
Campground is a bit rustic which I like. Had a full shade site which was appreciated since my AC wasn't functioning. Very complete cable. Deer walking past my campsite. Very nice tent sites along the river. Would come again.
Would be hot in the summer because of the lack of shade. Long list of cable channels and very close to Grant-Kohrs national historic site and just down the road from the old Montana Territorial prison. Easy on/off access from freeway. Would stay here again.
Price includes senior and cash discounts. Sites are gravel, each with an orange tree or two. Not a lot of shade, but some, which is helpful in the heat. Excellent cable TV and Wi-Fi. Would love to be here when the oranges are ripe.
A welcome respite from the desert heat. Asked for a little shade and was assigned a site with full shade. Much appreciated in the heat that day. Sites are gravel with full hookups on the east side and partial hookups on the west side of the park. Friendly staff, good Wi-Fi and OTA TV signals.
Excellent park with grass and shade trees. Over the air television from the tri-cities includes all the major networks, including PBS. Great walking/bike path and views of the Columbia River. They take reservations and can get pretty full, especially on the weekends. But a great park to which I'll return again and again.
Can't beat that rate. $20. for a FHU site. They've begun taking reservations here which took me by surprise. As a result, your choices of sites may be more limited than it used to be. Close to the highway, but not enough noise to interfere with sleeping. It's always cooler here because of the elevation, a real plus in summer. The park is actually closer to Meachem than it is LaGrande, though.
One of my favorite parks. Very quiet and had a river view. Pulled in a few over the air tv stations from Boise. If you have a boat, this is one of the places to be. There are so many campsites from which to choose that I've never had to make a reservation.
Had the only true pull through behind the office and parallel to the river. Very nice. There's a cute old west town facsimile that kids might enjoy. The cable is very limited, but the WiFi is good. I would stay here again if in the area.
Can't give a 10 here because of the price which reflects a site facing the ocean with the beach just feet away. Inner sites are $65. Good WiFi, but limited cable TV. Sites are very large and arranged so you can choose to either pull in or back in. Will probably not stay here again, but my nephew really wanted to be close to the beach.
This park is almost 5 miles off the freeway, so it's quiet and the access is good. Level sites with table. Friendly staff. The park is actually half-way between Albany and Corvallis. Have been here before and will probably stay again.
I don't know that I've ever awarded a 10 to any other park, but can't find fault here. Cement pads with table, good cable TV, lovely green grass and plantings between sites. A small creek designed to help salmon spawning runs past some of the sites. The park is close to the Indian casino, and you can call for transportation to and from both the casino and the small town for shopping. The price includes tax, plus discounts for GS and a casino card. Would be less for a back-in site. Will stay here again.
I, too, had difficulty finding this place so be careful. The lanes in the campground are narrow, but the sites are fine. There are some cement driveways and some gravel. TV was good and staff was very friendly. They even had fresh produce from their garden free for the taking. Would stay here again.
Facilities are good - cement slabs for parking, good hookups, cable, a few trees. However, WiFi is only available inside the "clubhouse," and the traffic noise from the freeway and the truck stop right across the street was almost unbearable. Have stayed here before, but will not stay again.
Price is for full hookups. Good cable TV and strong over the air stations, also. Strong Wi-Fi and cell phone reception. Gravel, almost level sites. Some long-term campers, in a separate area. Although the lanes are narrow, the sites are wide. Perfectly fine for an overnight.
The price quoted is for full hookups w/ GS discount. Graveled mostly level sites, with shade trees and grass, which would be especially welcome in summer. There are semi-permanent guests in the back of the park, away from the overnighters. No cable or WiFi, but there are many over the air stations in the area and good cell phone reception.
Price reflects GS discount and no cable. The non-cable sites are concrete and double. It's like having a huge patio or parking space next to you. There are 20+ over the air TV channels. Across the street from McDonald's and a small grocery next door. There is little shade and can be very hot in the summer.
Fee represents both a GS discount and additional discount for cash. You really are parked in an orange grove. Too bad it was early for the fruit to be ripe because the trees were full of oranges. A bit noisy because of the proximity to the highway, but not too bothersome. Very well groomed and mostly level sites with shade from the orange trees. Excellent WiFi.
Hadn't been here in years. The trees and bushes have been trimmed so that although there is still shade available, it is more limited than before. Sites are fairly level with some shade. Pets are very welcome, and there's a nice, though limited selection of groceries and RV accessories in the store. WiFi is available for a fee.
Pull-through sites are very narrow, cement slabs with patio. Well maintained and groomed every day. If you need propane, as I did, be careful. I had about 12 inches on each side and needed help to get into position without hitting either a wall or a post. No shade, so the hotter months could be uncomfortable.
Cash only, but an inexpensive rate depending on the length of you rig. Strong Wi-Fi and major television networks over the air. Some pull-through sites, some back-in sites, some shaded. Sites are gravel and pretty level and far from freeway noise.
Stayed here once many years ago when the sites were tight and very close together. What a difference! Sites are now wide enough for both your rig and your tow. Mostly pull-through sites with some back-ins that are also very wide and easy to get into. Very pet friendly with a fenced dog run available. Excellent cable and Wi-Fi and quite a bit of shade.
Rate reflects water and electric only. The person at the front desk didn't think we'd fit in a full hookup site. We're just under 31' and she decided we couldn't have a 30' site. But walking around, it wouldn't have been a problem. Over the air TV was limited to PBS and one Spanish station. Site was level and shaded and the campground is definitely pet friendly. And the price was certainly good.
Small campground with full hookups. Rather rustic, which we like, with horses just beyond the fence. And the price is right. Base price was actually $23.50, and it's half that on CCUSA and you stay two nights. Even with $2.00 extra for cable, it's a great price.
Large park with both back-in and pull-through sites. I was surprised that they didn't have cable, but there are a number of over-the-air stations in both digital and standard formats. Most of the sites face the setting sun which would not be good in summer. Wi-Fi was especially strong and fast.
Very quiet park. We like the Catfish loop the best because it has good views of the Snake River. Water is incredibly low this summer though, so was a bit disappointed. Horses kept wandering though the campsites this time around. Fun! Water and electric are good, no sewers, but there is a dump.
Lovely city park with full hookups, grass and trees along the Columbia River. Can get pretty hot here in the summer, but there are many shaded sites to choose from. Strong over the air television reception from the Tri Cities, free WiFi and a paved path along the river for walking and biking. Very popular on summer weekends, but they do accept reservations.
Fine park for an overnight. Nothing fancy, but has full hookups, including cable. Children and pets are welcome, however, there's no playground. Just off the freeway for easy access but signage is minimal, so you might wish to check the directions before taking the exit.
Grass and trees at each site. Paved sites and streets, just off the interstate. If you're looking for a more pastoral setting, choose the KOA in town. But if you don't mind a large park with rigs lined up in rows, you'll find grass and trees between sites plus a table. Pets are welcome.
Great little overnight spot. Just off the freeway, green grass, full hookups and tables. Road and sites are all blacktop. There are both back in and pull through sites to choose from. Price is with GS discount.
Small, quiet city campground. Located right along the Nehalem River. Price quoted was for W/E, $22 for full hookups, has a dump station. Some long term residents, but they were not a problem. Can choose sun or shade. No cable TV and no over the air TV. Lots of hiking opportunities. Makes for a very peaceful stay.