Wonderful park. Nice size pull through sites. The lead you to your site and help you get parked. Great indoor pool and spa. Hookups are very convenient. Internet did not work well. Some trees are getting too big which rubbed our coach when we pulled into our site. The office was very responsive and sent someone to trim right away, but all the trees need trimming. A very nice park, with friendly helpful office staff and field staff. One of the nicest places to stay on the way south or north in southern OR.
Very nice park. Spacious sites. Easy pull throughs. Internet was adequate. The pool and hot tub were very nice. Clean and large. The grounds are very well maintained. Great stop over when heading up or down I-5. One of the nicest parks for spending a night or more.
This is a decent spacious RV park that is very convenient to the Bay Area. The sites are grass. Since we had a 45' motorhome they gave us a double long site with plenty of room. It isn't a place to vacation, but a great place to stay a few nights while attending fairground events or just visiting friends or the area. The internet worked well, the office staff was friendly and efficient. We would certainly stay here again when traveling through Northern Cal.
This is a heavily treed park with mostly permanent residents. The sites for overnighters are large. They are electric-only hookups (30 amp) which were located against the back wall, so you have to back up all the way to the rear of the site unless you carry and extension. No water hook up at the site. There are spigots located near the front of the site, which you could use to fill up your tank. Why they did not make the newer sites like a normal RV site putting power pedestal and water next to the site, I do not understand. The owner/manager was very friendly and accommodating. The Wi-Fi was good. This is a good RV park for a one night stopover.
Nice provincial park 1.5 miles from the city center of Banff. Large sites in a wooded setting. Animals saunter through the park on a regular basis. The restrooms are okay. Usually flooded in the morning, but usable. Nice to have power, water, and sewer. A nice park in a great area.
This is a great place to stop for the night on the way through Salmon Arm (off season). The place has been upgraded to high standards. Sites are spacious and well groomed. The owner is there to assist you in any way she can. The restrooms and showers are perfectly clean. Each site has its own garbage can and recycle bin. The power was good as was the Internet. We even managed to get the satellite to lock on between the trees. Small park, only 13 sites, so during the busy time of year, reservations are a must.
Although there are virtually no other choices near Vancouver, this park has some very bad features. As many said, the sites are tight and they are all right angles to the street so very tough to get into with a large motorhome or fiver. The sites are narrow enough and they plant and let grow wide rows of cedar/ficus type hedges. They could trim them narrower and not let them grow so far to the front of the space. Privacy is nice, but it is so tight you scrape them when parking and leaving and there is no room to sit outside your coach. The power is 30 amp, but not really. We tripped the breaker many times at around 20 amps. So had to be very careful what we had on together. I tried a different receptacle and same problem. Neighbors said same. We finally just ran our generator to use the micro wave to fix dinner. The Wi-Fi is a joke. Barely can log on and when you do, they say you get 4 hours free. That is 1/2 hour every 2 hours or 2 hours every 8 hours. If you want it continual, you pay $5 more. They charge $3 per day for cable. No room for a tow vehicle or towed. Have to park it in a lot nearby. The office staff was efficient, helpful and friendly. I understand the high price, due to location, but the amenities are poor and it is not worth it.
Adequate for an overnight or two. The sites are very long and fairly level, but all gravel. There is a concrete pad with a table at nearly each site. The office staff was very nice. No amenities. Just a pick flat gravel lot with decent power, water and sewer. Cable worked very well. One nice feature was many sewer holes in a row next to your site, so you never need a long sewer hose. The best thing about this park was the restaurant up the street called Mesa Italian Restaurant. Excellent food and service at a good price.
This is a really nice park for what it is. The pads are all paved and the rest of the sites are gravel. Some grass in the back of the sites, but pets not allowed so the grass can recover. Very reasonable. Management is very helpful. Takes you to your site and backs you in. The power and cable is along the back wall on the row we were at. My power cord did not reach and they loaned an extension. It is very pet friendly. They are connected to a mobile home park and in the back is a large off leash park for dogs. Lots of room to walk. Internet is very good, better than most parks, which is a nice amenity. Not much else in amenities, but a nice place to stay when visiting Santa Fe area. The price was $50 when the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta was on. Supply and Demand allows them to do that, so no blame there!
This is a decent park for a few nights stay near Taos. It is only a couple of miles out of town. It is all gravel with a bit of wild grass. The sites are very large and some desert type plants dividing sites. The office is very nice and helpful. The reason for the 6 rating is that it is all gravel, there are no amenities other than a small store in the office, and the Internet is very outdated and slow. We were right next to the antenna and had a full strength signal, but the Internet was so slow you have long waits for a site to come up. We had no connection when we got there and the office called the provider to help. He mentioned that the equipment is very old. Anyway, this is a minor inconvenience. The park is just fine for a few days around Taos, just nothing fancy.
Large pads with space to park extra car / towed. Grass between sites. Lots of room to walk your pet, with designated areas with bags. Kids play area. Each site has a nice table. Quite a few monthly stayers but all have nice rigs. They have a 10 year old RV age limit, although there were a few older that were nicely maintained. The only negative to this park is the Wi-Fi. They have a lot of connections available, but the are all just slow. Too bad, because, for the money they have obviously spent on this feature, it is not up to par, especially for a place that charges what they do to stay. It is the best in the Salt Lake City area, only 7 miles north of downtown.
Very spacious sites. Each site is about 50' wide. Nice paved pad and the rest grass. Site was plenty long to be able to pull in a 45' motorhome and toad attached. Did not have to unhook. Easy access from the freeway and close to Wal Mart for shopping needs. Wi-Fi worked very well. Hosts were very friendly. They bring you to your site. Definitely would stay again on our trips through Idaho.
Nice woodsy park between Seattle and Tacoma. We were in a 45' motorhome and except for one tight turn because of a parked camper sticking out, I was able to navigate thru the park and to the campsite with care, but no problem. The showers do not work (was told by camp host). The place is a bit overgrown. I had to trim a tree as not to scrape going into my site. Site 1 - 4 are best for big rigs. Easy to back in to and easy to pull out. No hookups (as advertised) and a good price. The beach is great. A nice paved path along the waterfront is nice. A good restaurant called Wally's Chowder House a couple of miles away was wonderful. The park is great for camping. Just not very well maintained with the lack of budget in the WA State Park System.
This is a very nice place. The gentleman in the office was very friendly and helpful. The sites are all paved with concrete and each has grass and a picnic table. Small trees divide each site. Roads are asphalt, so the place remains very clean. They load you up with coupons to encourage you to go to the casino. Great Wi-Fi. With Good Sam discount the nightly rate is $29. Overall a nice place and will definitely stop here again on our way through.
An Okay park for overnight or a couple of nights. Spaces are adequate to completely extend the slides and to put out the main awning. Wi-Fiwas marginal. Free for 24 hours but the connection was weak where we stayed. Big rig accessible, no problem there. 1/2 the park is paved. The other is mostly gravel and a lot of dirt. Happens to be a perfect distance to stop overnight between Reno and Palm Springs so we will continue to stay here on our way up and down.
Perfect for an overnight stay. Just a big parking lot. Lots of space. A short walk over to the casino. Has a deli bar and small restaurant. Casino is not much. Price is right. Could be a bit noisy to some with the fuel station next door, but it did not bother us.
Decent park. Check in by friendly and efficient staff. Internet was included and worked well. We entered before a rain storm. Since much of the area is not paved, there was a muddy mess on the ground. If no rain, and any wind, it would be very dusty. I had to trim a couple of trees keep them from rubbing on the side of our coach. The staff came out and offered to help. He took away the trimmings. I thought I was going to be in trouble, but not so! Friendly, nice park and about the only one for about 125 miles to the south of Lone Pine. Since it was our only choice, glad it was a decent park.
Clean, big RV park with large sites. Lots of pet stations with big grass areas and bags. Really a big parking lot with sites in between the roadways. Okay for a few nights. Convenient to the casino. Signage is very poor. Ended up driving the wrong way upon entering the casino parking lot. No signs directing to the RV park and an RV show up front got me the wrong way. The park is in the back of the casino. Office staff very friendly and efficient.
The owners were very pleasant and helpful. Very basic park, but clean, spacious and good utilities. Water pressure is high and guests are warned to make sure and use a pressure regulator. There are two RV parks in the area and RV World appeared to be the nicer of the two. The owners were very interested in making sure your stay is a good one. Good stop over for a night or two.
Nicely kept park. Spaces are plenty large for a 45 foot rig. The pool is brand new. Quite small but very nice and clean. The folks in the office were very pleasant. Only concern is the trees they have planted on each site and along the entry route. The one on the site was in the front and would not be able to pull out of a pull through site without scraping our coach. So I backed out. These will be a lot worse when they mature.
Great park for going to Disneyland. Can see the fireworks from the park at night. The sites are plenty long even for 45 footers. Just a bit narrow. Neighbor's awning in out position came close to our slide out. We could not get our awning out due to tree in the way. Grass areas by each site and a picnic table. The pool was good size and very clean. Office staff were very pleasant and helpful. Coffee provided all day and muffins in the morning. Internet was included and worked well. The shuttle was convenient. $4 for all day use. Better than parking for $15 near Disney. Didn't run that often (they run one shuttle when not busy, so about once every 45 minutes or so.) We would definitely stay here again. A bit pricey, but considering the location, this is what is expected.
This is a very tight park. We had a premium back in site, which is the only one that would accommodate a 45' motorhome. We still had to park our toad on the street as our coach filled up the site. This is a marginal park for big rigs. It is tough turning into the park and getting through the gate without rubbing the side with bushes unless you swing way wide into the oncoming traffic lane. The park is split into the zones separated by a water feature. So if you are in the eastern part of the park, and you want to use the pool and amenities, you must go out the gate, walk down the busy road and into the main park. The one thing this park has is convenience. Close to the 8 freeway and close to the light rail. They give you 4 consecutive hours of Tengo internet free, then you pay. An okay park with a lot of caveats.
Well kept park. Gravel sites, with a small concrete pad. Some sites have table and barbeque for extra charge. Sites are tight. They have some trees which makes it too tight for awning to go out. They have a nice clean (but cold) pool and a spa. Wi-Fi is included but has a weak signal. Even being near the office, barely could stay connected. There is a nice field not far (dirt/sand) which is great to run a dog. Park is very clean and very convenient. Not a great area, but with the light rail and new construction nearby it is cleaning up. We stay here occasionally when we visit our kids in Chandler and will continue to.
This is a beautiful park. It has it all. Nice sites. Wi-Fi works great and is complimentary, the spa is wonderful and the pool is clean and large. The office staff is very helpful and accommodating. Each site has grass, however the grass is mostly weeds with little burs that catch on pet's fur. And they hurt when removing them. Would never go barefoot on this grass! Overall a great place and would certainly return when in the area. The price is fair based on the resort and amenities.
This is a very nice park and considering its location, it makes it even better. The sites are spacious, with some grass at each site. The pool is beautiful, albeit not heated so cold. However the hot tub/spa was wonderful. The office and maintenance staff was very friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi was free but not real strong. Overall a great park. Pricey: but its location, location, location, so they can get away with it.
This park is very basic. Mostly long term and a couple of rows for transients. One row has full hookups and paved; the other grass with no sewer and non-working cable (the cable was there, but did not work.) Site 9A had bad power. Our surge guard indicated open ground. 50 amp and 30 amp same. Power was stopped by the guard, so we had to drag our power cord to the next site and plug into their 30 amp. We got by. Notified the office. They came and checked and said nothing was wrong. Be careful! Great grass field to run the dog. Internet worked very well. Overall for the money, an okay place to stay for a few nights while visiting St. A - only about 10 minutes to town. Convenient to I-95
We stayed here for two nights using Passport America giving us 1/2 price, so $25 per night rather than $50, which would have been steep for this park. Internet was a bit slow, but worked okay late at night and early morning before others got on, I believe. Fairly level site, 50 amp. They were nice enough to ask us if we would like a site that we could get satellite and it was wide open. Quite place. Lots of room to maneuver and park a 45 foot coach and toad. Very convenient to the National Park Visitor Center and to town. They had CD's for sale and rent to do the auto tour of the battlefields. Beats the bus tour price and go at your own pace. Would recommend this place for a few nights to do what there is to do and see in Gettysburg. It was perfect for us.
This is a great little park right on the Bay of Chaleurs. Back in sites are right on the Bay (elevated a few feet up.) Pull through sites have a beautiful view. Paved roads, friendly and helpful staff. Good places to walk the dog. Very grassy, or just walk along the beach. Wi-Fi is very strong. (The office staff said we could not get it from our site and would have to come to the office.) Not true! It has a strong signal as is very fast. 30 amp, water and sewer hookups. No cable TV, but open for good satellite reception. We are staying here two nights. Wish we could stay longer.
Based on previous reviews I had higher expectations for this park than I experienced. The sites were level and plenty of room length for a 45' motor home. Many trees around the sites so had to be very careful pulling in and out (not a big deal). Could not get satellite reception because of the trees. I tried a couple of sites and still not possible. When I called before coming they said satellite was no problem. Maybe on some non serviced sites. We were very disappointed in the internet. Did not mind paying the $10 for the week, but it hardly worked at all. Not just slow, but could not access most websites we tried. Did work after midnight when no one was on it. And then it was still iffy. Was very frustrating. The office did not seem to care. (They did say we could use the office computer, but that of course is not convenient.) Also, don't book any more days than you really expect to stay. If you change your mind there is a strict 48 hours cancellation policy. For the price this campground is not a good value. It is about 11 miles from Quebec City so location is what it has going for it.
This is a large parking lot that has full hookups. The biggest reason to stay is location. The price is quite high for what you get, except for location. There are hookups throughout the parking lot that are below the ground and covered by round steel covers. The power comes from power boxes located throughout the parking lot. Some on poles on the side. It all works fine. The office folks are very nice and accommodating.
This is a decent park. The office staff was very accommodating. Check out time was noon, but they said, don't worry if you have things to do or see, just stay later if you wish. The sites were kind of tight but at a good angle, so pull throughs were very easy to navigate. Good power. Good internet. They picked up garbage throughout the day at your site. Lots of area to walk and run the dog. Based on the review, sounds like a wonderful place. I would have scored it better but it is priced way to high. But they can, because of location, location location and the other two parks nearby charge the same or more.
This is an ownership park that has not been maintained. The sites are not very level. The narrow interior roads are either gravel or broken asphalt. To get Wi-Fi you must go down to the clubhouse. The pool was off limits to guests. Only owners could use it. The check in staff person was very friendly and the camp host was very helpful and very accommodating. Lots of room to walk/run your pet. Lots of open space. Nice setting. Just a run down park. It is adequate for a few nights stay and very convenient to Mammoth Caves National Park.
Folks in the office were very helpful. Efficient at getting us checked in. Recommended restaurants. They led us to our site. Used Passport America, so a great rate for a decent park. Got a nice pull through site: did not have to unhook the toad. Site was level. Had a picnic table, which many parks don't seem to have anymore. Good WiFi and great for walking the dog without leaving the park. Perfect for an overnight stay.
Hard to rate this RV park. Very convenient, and the office staff was very friendly. Sites were quite adequate. We got one of the few pull through sites. A bit of a slope, but got the moho level with the leveling jacks. Front end was very high. Perfect for an overnight stop, especially at virtually no cost, as said in previous posts: $10 for out of staters and they give you $10 fuel credit. I would give it a 10 for value, but realistically it deserves less.
Good location and large sites for big rigs. Grass between sites is nice. No cable and local TV stations were minimal. Good Wi-Fi reception. Not many amenities. No work out facility. Not far from the West Entrance to Glacier National Park.
We have been coming to this park for many years, first in a trailer and of late in motor homes. The park has really not been upgraded in many years. The sites are not level. Most are short for larger RV's. Most sites can handle up to a 38 foot RV. A few sites can handle a larger RV but not room for a tow or towed vehicle. Wi-Fi only works near the office. Dogs are not allowed during the summer months. Beginning on Labor Day they are allowed. We loved the location, just wish they would update the park.
Great RV Park. Nice Staff. They lead you to your site. Our site was a bit un-level. Sloped to the front, so front end of motor coach was pretty high. Very nice and large spa and pool. Very clean. WiFi signal was very strong and fast. Small fenced area for dogs to do their thing. Great place to walk your pet along the river. Would have given this resort a 10 if it had a work out facility.
This is a decent park. All gravel sites. Many are nice long pull-throughs. The office staff (owners) were very nice. Told us available sites and allowed us to choose which one we liked best. Wi-Fi worked well. Not much in amenities. No pool or exercise facility. They do have a basketball court and a large grass area. They were constantly watering the grass to keep it nice. Convenient for Capitol Reef National Park. A good stopover for a night or a few nights.
We were in the premium area of this park. Has very large paved sites. The regular area has gravel. Okay, but premium is worth the upgrade. Great fenced grass area as a dog run. Pool and hot tub very nice. The owners were extremely nice and accommodating. This is the best park we have been in, in the Moab area. Will definitely come again.
Great park. Very large sites. Wi-Fi worked well. Very friendly and helpful staff. They escort you to your site, they point out the hookups and make sure they are reachable. Friendly towards pets (they expect you to pick up after them). Will always try to stay here on the way through Idaho on our way to Salt Lake City.
This park is clean. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. The grounds are nicely landscaped with many animal statues. There is a nice grass area behind the park with a creek flowing through. Not much in amenities. Wi-Fi worked great. Many cable stations and open skies for satellite reception. There is a dog park about a 1/4 mile up the street. Fenced areas to run dog off leash. Nice in town RV park. Definitely will stay here next time we come to Walla Walla.
This was a highly recommended park and we were not disappointed. The front desk personnel was very friendly and helpful. The sites are well done. Paved and long. We had a river view site and the view was wonderful. The dog area is nice and there is lots of area to run the dogs in the outskirts of the park. We found the free Wi-Fi to work very well. My only disappointment was that the small pool was cold. The daytime temperature was in the 90's but couldn't (wouldn't) use the pool. Also a lot of flies were floating in the pool, so not too appealing. No hot-tub and no work out facilities. Would not hesitate to return to this park when we go through Redding and would not hesitate to recommend it to friends.
This park is great for being in the city. The location was very convenient for us. Close to the 101 Freeway not far from the SJ airport. The park is very clean. Not much activity the weekend we were here. The pool looked great, but a sign indicated it was closed. The wi-fi worked very good and at no charge. Since this is mostly for monthly and annual renters there is no cable tv. Was not a problem for us as we have satellite dish. This park is very quiet. Didn't see many folks here but the ones I encountered were very friendly. The manager was nice, although never met him except by phone. He was away for the weekend -- he just left an envelope with our info taped to the office window. There are not many spots for overnighters. In fact they will not take reservations more than a month in advance in case they get long term customers which is understandable. I wouldn't hesitate staying here again.
This park is tight for big rigs. We had to back out of the pull through to leave as we could not pull forward and make the turn onto the narrow interior road. The park has gravel sites with much gravel spewing onto the roads. The wi-fi was not operating. Was first told that they had nothing to do with wi-fi and the independent company charges $10 per day. I came back to get the service phone number and was told they had equipment problems and don't expect it to be fixed for three weeks. We drove to the internet cafe up the street to download our email. The office person was very unhelpful. When the manager was there he (the manager) was better. Apparently it was the worker's last day and she had an attitude. I mentioned it to the manager and he just kind of smiled. This place is okay for an overnight or two. It is about a quarter of a mile to the beach. Fairly noisy due to road construction all night, but I am sure that is temporary. Has only 30 amp service, but due to the mild climate only needed to run one air conditioner. I condsider this just a below average park, but considering Pismo Coast Village had no spots for big rigs the week we were there, it served us fine.
This is a nice park a couple of miles off I-84. The check in staff was very nice and helpful. Pointed us to some good restaurants and things to do in the area. Sites are a bit tight (narrow) but acceptable for a couple of nights stay. Grass, playground, pool, jacuzzi all added to the pleasure of this place. Wi-FI worked well, even in the back part of the park where we were. Was a $2.00 charge per day. Trees blocked satellite but cable had plenty of stations to watch.
The park itself is decent, clean, grass between sights and a nice store. However it really had no amenities. An RV guest could use the facilities at the Casino Hotel, such as pool, workout room, Wi-Fi etc. but you had to drive a ways of wait for the security van to take you there. The sites were not very level. One wheel of the coach came up off the ground when trying to level. The location is hard to find the first time in, but very convenient to St. Louis. Just hop on the bridge across the river and you are at the arch or downtown in a couple of minutes. We were told by the RV office personnel that the food at the Casino was good. We found it poor and pretty dear for a Casino buffet.
This park is very adequate for an overnight stay between St. Louis and Denver. They have large pull through sites. Full hookups and 50 amps. The sites were level. Picnic tables were at each site, but on the wrong side of the coach (since coaches are parked two abreast in opposite directions.) We used Passport America and for the price the park was just fine. Office person (owner, I believe) was very pleasant and helpful.
This park is located very close to the beach. They have some paved sites and some gravel/sandy sites. We had reservations for a paved deluxe site, but unfortunately it was too small for our coach. We then were given a gravel site with full hookups which was fine. Unfortunately the 50 amp service worked for a while, then lost one leg, so were down to 30 amp service. I hooked up to another nearby power source and had 50 amps for a while then lost the other leg. (I had never had just leg 2 before.) Wasn't long and my batteries began to deplete, so I plugged back in to the first power source and got by just fine for the night. The scary thing is that the wiring is bad and it could easily have been the neutral that was bad and pushed 240 volts thru my coach and ruined all the electrical. If you stay at this park, please make sure and have a surge guard or equivalent. It was nice being close to the beach. Since the park was not full it was just fine. If it were full, it would have been awfully tight given the small sites. I consider this a pricey park, given the lack of amenities, but it's proximately to the Gulf and lack of other RV Parks allow them to demand the fees they do.
This is an excellent park. The registration folks were very nice and very helpful. The site was not real wide but plenty long for a 45 foot motorhome. There was a gravel spot next to the pad to park our toad. The grass between sites was not very nice. The pool was outstanding as was the spa. The workout room left something to be desired. The equipment was old and cheap, some broken. Showers near the pool were very clean. They have a lot of rules and they must be followed. This is good, as it keeps the place a pleasant place to stay. Location is convenient to Sea World and close to a freeway that leads into the Downtown area. WiFi (for a fee) worked well, and they do allow you to wash your rig.
Very nice park. We were in the pull through area with 50 amp service. Sites were paved. Very wide and great for a big rig with 4 slides. Did not have to unhook the toad as there was plenty of space to park and to enter and leave the site. The pool was great. The "exercise room" left a lot to be desired. All equipment was outside and pretty basic, old and inexpensive equipment. Overall this was a nice park and would definitely stay there again.
We stayed here one night and used Passport America. Nice office staff. Sites were gravel and pretty level. Pull throughs, so did not have to unhook the toad. They did have an indoor pool, the only amenity. Cable worked well. This is a decent park, near the city. Nothing special, but was clean and convenient.
We were here on Memorial Day Weekend. Place was not very busy. (Off season.) The sites are gravel as are the roads. Office folks were nice. They accommodated our needs (big rig sites, 50 amps and three near each other.) When the wind picked up, it was a bit dusty as would be expected in a gravel park. Wi-Fi only worked near the hotel. After checking the other RV parks in the area, this was the best.
This park has many permanent homes and many RV sites. It is huge. The office staff was helpful. A ranger leads you to your site and helps you back in. All sites are gravel with a concrete pad. WIFI is available for a fee, and had a very strong signal. Golf course was closed due to overseeding time of year. No grass near sites and no picnic tables at the sites. Very pet friendly. A number of pools, spas, boche ball courts, horseshoes. Activity center has about 4 people working in there, so there would never be a shortage of things to do for the longer staying resident.
This is a great park. The office folks are very helpful. The sites are long, but not real wide. Only thing I would add is a picnic table at the site. Nice spa, good continental breakfast every morning, included. Also wireless was included and had a very strong connection at the RV site. All sites were small gravel. Raked after each coach leaves. They take very good care of this facility and it shows.
Stayed one night. Sites are tight. They are having problems with water in some sites. We had a big rig and they put us horizontal along the fence. Site only had 30 amp. No cable, no water, no sewer. (I knew this when I called in for availability.) Owners were very nice. Helped me fill up with water before getting to site. Lead me to site. They had a dump we could use. The roads and sites are gravel. Very dusty as there seemed to be a lot a "traffic" in the park (company ATV and guests coming and going.) This is okay for a night or two if in the area.
We have been coming to this park for over 25 years. All grass except the pads and roads. Very nice place. Lots of space around sites. Most sites are not too long. A 40 foot motorhome will fit in some sites. A 45 in very few. WiFi is good only near the office, but there is a table to sit at and grab emails etc. The swimming area has gone downhill due to lack of maintenance, but still acceptable. Across the street is a grocery store and many good restaurants nearby, a marina, water slides, wineries etc. For summertime, must have reservations as the park is very popular.
This is a well maintained park with a few big rig sites. Forty foot rigs will fit, no problem. Our 45 footer fits in just a few sites. Must reserve in advance or may not get a site. The location is convenient, but a less desirable location. There has been a lot of construction in the area due to the light rail coming down the street. They are building a light rail station near the entrance. My guess is the park's life is limited, since the property may be very valuable for other uses. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They rake the gravel every day and make sure none is on the pavement. The pool is clean. Overall very well maintained park. Wifi works well if you are near the office. Those sites along the back wall don't receive wifi or barely can receive it. We like this place and found it is the best in the area. There is a park across the street, but we would not stay there.
Nice park. Very treed. Some sites could receive sat. TV. Office people/owners were very accommodating. They had an ice cream social the night we were there. Sites were wide and big rig sites available. Good place to spend a few nights.
Very nice park. We did not have a reservation and were lucky to get a site to accommodate our motorhome. Were told they have sold out already four night this year and it is only mid-June. The gentleman in the office was very helpful. Got us a site where our satellite dish would site the bird in the sky and we could get Wi-Fi, which worked very well. I would definitely recommend this place, but would certainly make a reservation.