Nice park in the eastern suburbs of Portland. Large, level spaces, wide roads, well places hookups. There is significant road noise on the upper level of the park, and there are train tracks at the back of the lower level of the park. Not many trains came through during the four days we were there, but all came through in the middle of the night. The wifi isn't free, so we didn't use it. The park is well maintained and landscaped, and although there is a significant percentage of permanent residents, it's a still a very nice place. Fairly per friendly too. We'd stay here again.
The park is very well maintained and landscaped, there is a large field adjacent to the spaces that is designated as a pet area, the bathrooms are easily accessible and very clean, and it is super convenient to everything in the Willamette Valley. We are probably moving to the area next year, and we'll definitely start by living here in our RV, if possible.
Nice park, clean and well kept. It's all gravel, but that's not unusual up in Alaska. They also have a fish cleaning station that is top notch. Walking distance to everything in town. Excellent staff, almost all seasonal people. The wifi was a bit problematic, until I fixed their configuration. Would I go back? Absolutely!
Very nice park, close to great fishing. It's a little off the beaten path, but extremely well cared for. They have a number of folks that stay the season, year after year. The sites are easy to get in and out of, and most are level. They have some trees, but the location at our site made for a little back and forth to get the slides free from limbs. I'd definitely recommend the place, but be prepared to drive to find just about anything.
This listing needs a clarification. There are two completely different sections at Colter Bay, one with hookups and one without. The area without hookups is what I'll discuss. They allow generators between 8am and 8pm, and the sites are very large, easy to get into, and very clean. The sites are mostly pull throughs, and some are more level than others. well maintained, very clean throughout, nice little store nearby. The only complaint/issue is that they only have one dump station, not well placed, for 200 campsites. The morning I left,I was third in line to dump. The previous morning, there were 10 people in line. We did drive through the campground section that had hookups, and it's not bad, but not nearly as nice or as spread out as the section without hookups. If you can do without the connections for a few days, the no hookup section is far nicer. We ended up staying for 6 days, and dumped once in the middle, and once at the end. We'd definitely stay here again.
The park is the nicest municipal campground I have ever been to. The sites are very large and well laid out. Every space has a picnic table and a firepit. A previous comment indicated site 33 had too many trees to get satellite. This is only true if you have a roof mount. With a ground mount you can put it where the sat comes in. This park is exceptional, and the only negatives I can think of are that the town is dinky, and has no decent restaurants, and the rail line is somewhat close to the campground, and has a fair amount of rail traffic. Not loud enough to keep us up at night or be particularly annoying, but it is there. We would definitely stay here again.