Nice, quiet shady park. Potholes in the access road have been filled in. Manager thought we might not get satellite from our site (44), but we got DirectTV with no problem. We opted for a non-sewer site. I marked it as "not pet friendly" due to their policy of no pet pens - an policy on which they were not at all flexible. One of our Bichon Friese's is a very nervous puppy mill rescue, and the pen is her safety net when outside the coach. Getting her to do her "business" outside the pen is next to impossible. I asked if I could set up the pen just long enough for her to do her thing, but that was not possible. This may not be important to non-pet people, but it is very important to us. It's also for that reason that I did not rate this park higher, and the reason we will not stay here again.I
Excellent park, excellent service. Our assigned site was in the trees, so no satellite. Staff readily agreed to move us elsewhere, and gave us a choice of five other sites with fewer trees. This is a beautiful, well-maintained site. Had no problem maneuvering my 39' coach with toad to the sites.
Outstanding park, beautiful setting. The sites are long, wide, easily accessible and the nearby town of Alma with its view of the 35' tides is only about a kilometer away. I had no problem with my 39' coach and vehicle. The experience was made so much more pleasurable by the young park employee who greeted us and signed us in. She answered all my questions and provided much-needed travel information for exiting the park. Her sunny disposition and smile made for a perfect welcome to the park.
Beautiful, well-maintained park. Rate is with a KOA card. Long, very wide level sites, lots of grass. One of the best KOAs we've ever stayed at. The owners obviously take great pride in keeping up the park. We'll definitely stay here again.
Nice little park under the trees. Rate if for a 50 amp and water site, no sewer, with a KOA card. Site was plenty long for my 39' coach with toad, and very,very wide, grass on both sides of gravel. Several wild turkeys wandered through the site. English hosts are very friendly and accommodating. The store is stocked with many British items and my British Bride spent a small fortune there. We transit this area often,and this will be our stopping point.
According to local newspapers, the park is still closed and may open on a limited basis by Labor Day. It will not be fully operational until next spring. We were in the area a week ago staying at a camp nearby.
This is a large, well maintained RV resort and marina. Located on the Straits of Georgia, the waterfront sites provide an excellent view of the Straits, the Coastal Mountains across the water, and the various types of sea life. We have been coming here for an extended stay for several years. In previous years, there have been virtually no vacant sites; however, such is not now the case. Management seems to have lost sight of the customer and is now focused on the dollar instead. Many who have been coming here for years are now going elsewhere, and even some staff members have re-located. When we first came here, there was a discount for weekly and monthly residents. All discounts have been discontinued. At $45 per night, it is not an inexpensive park. It is worth that, but unless management changes its attitude, we may well look elsewhere as well.
Well-maintained park. Sites are long, but at 60' total, couldn't leave the toad hooked up. Price is for CCUSA member. Cable TV was great, Wi-Fi great; however, I was next to the office, so that may be a factor. Staff was very helpful. Had a dead battery on my toad and couldn't move it, so I had the drive blocked. The park advertises that it is pet-friendly; however, there are so many restrictions that made it difficult for our pets. The reason I rate this park an 8 instead of a 9. In addition, when reading the park brochure, I was hit with 28 prohibitions or "do not's" right off the bat. In addition, I was given an additional list of pet rules, much of which was in bold type and underlined. No need to shout at me.
Very large back-in sites. The park is on the banks of the Missouri River and allows easy access to Omaha and Council Bluffs. We have stayed there three times, and will again. The only reason we don't stay there more is that I use the nearby military FamCamp and only use Haworth if the FamCamp is not available.
This was our second visit to Salmon Point. The first time, we only stayed two nights, this time for a month. Going back again in 2007 for a month. We had a waterfront site overlooking the Georgia Straits. This is a beautiful park, well-maintianed and very user-friendly. The grounds keepers are out and about every day and the results are obvious. We've camped in every state west of the Mississippi and two Canadian provinces, and this is one of the best.