BIG RIGS do NOT come here. Nice park for small rigs. We called this park and told them we would need two sites big enough for two 40 foot coachs with slides on both sides. We also need at least 30 amp or better. They checked what they had and said yes they could accommodate us. The park is hard to maneuver in and we almost tipped over going around a curve. Stayed only 1 night at a Passport America price. Went to Provincial Park where at least the sites were big enough for us. Sadly no hookups. We also looked into the campground in town, which we were rudely treated and saw that only one site would fit us there. Managers were friendly at Knnikinnick and tried to help us but couldn't. They were young and had no campground managing experience.
Park is an older park which is great for smaller to mid-size rigs. We were traveling with friends and was looking for 2 big sites where we hoped to get TV. We have AT&T and Verizon Phones which both worked. Also we have an AT&T internet card which was slow but did work. The trees are beautiful and the park is very rustic. Staff is very friendly and helpful.
GREAT park for a stopover or even a few days. Host was very friendly and helpful. Great cement pull trough pads, 50amp, good water pressure and sewer. Clean pool area & Cable TV! We were really happy with this park and other then a HUGE sandstorm all was great there. Can't control mother nature! We would stay again.
We called and questioned the bad reviews this park had, and was assured that things had changed. Bad choice, but you never know! Do not stay here EVER if you have a BIG rig! It was off of Hwy 101 and hard to get into with a narrow bridge at the entrance. (FIRST CLUE) Then we were greeted by the manager who was a little cocky to put it mildly, "Move your coaches so our regulars can get by." But there was no place to move 2 forty-foot rigs with cars in tow, or even turn around. (SECOND CLUE) Then he told us we would have to unhitch even if we wanted to turn around and leave. (YIKES) Might as well stay if we have to unhitch. So finally, we found 2 back in sites, (they said they had pull throughs for us, they didn't) that would fit us and we set up. Park has thick woods and a lot of regulars in travel trailers from the 60's. What a junky park, but we all agreed it that it was only for one night. So after a night of restless sleep (because the regulars were up BBQ'ing around midnight) we headed out carefully. Pulling back on to Hwy 101 was just as dangerous as pulling in. Oh, and even with a Passport America discount, this was still 23 dollars a night! Rip off.
We pulled in around 2:30 and the people working the desk helped us get registered and couldn't have been nicer. Our site was plenty long (we are in a 40 ft MH with 3 slides), and we were perfectly level. The sites and road are gravel but did not cause any problems. We almost didn't come to this park because of the reviews, but decided to since none of the choices sounded any better. I am so glad that we did. This is a nice campground and except for some noise from the interstate, which wasn't unbearable, I would come back here in a heartbeat. It was also great that they have a restaurant (Roadrunner Cafe) right in the campground and the food was pretty good with a good price too. The only thing I would have liked was cable TV, but with satellite we didn't need it. We stayed for 2 nights and had no problems. .