I have no idea why this place gets so many high ratings. I suppose if you compare it to a inner city park it does Okay, but compared to other parks it is poor. Very narrow spots, not room to even put your awning out, no picnic table, grass as brown as the dirt and they still don't want you to put your mat on it! We have a 40 ft MH and I would stay at the Camping World close by if it was only for a night. The bathrooms were spotless though.
A very nice park, some trees to watch out for getting into the upper sites. The highway noise never stops. Kids love the pool and the next door water slides. This is a membership park, they don't bother you that much, and you can tell the members, they are the ones looking at you!
Not a great place to pull in for the night. Even though this is "big rig" friendly, watch out! We could not get into our site with our 40 ft even after unhooking our tow vehicle. After finding a site with fewer trees and a little better access, we could not put our slide out without having to ask an irritated neighbor if she could move her car. She moved it over 3 inches then hit our new coach with her door trying to get out and told me we shouldn't have bought such a big RV. Also very noisy, way to close to the I-5. Would never stay here again
If you just need a place to park while you are gambling I think there are better choices in the area. Very low class stale smoke casino to match the low class parking lot with hookups. A very lengthy check in procedure that added to the average rating.
This is truly a park that allows you to feel you are still "camping" even if others laugh at you for calling it that when you have a 40 ft rig with 4 slides! A very well maintained park with tall trees and generous sites.
This park has no competition in the Pacific Northwest. Just a class act all around. Great beach, nice staff and very quiet neighbors. Our 9 year old twins had a blast in the pools and on the beach. This was the long weekend in September so more kids I was told then usual. The kids we did see seemed to be with their grandparents, definitely an older crowd but a great experience for us and our new rig.