Our first time at this park. Even though it is next to the freeway, the noise wasn't bad. We were very pleased with the park. Very clean and the staff was helpful and friendly. We will use this park for our "Week Out".
We have stayed at this park many times in the past few years. We used Coast to Coast this time, thus the rate of $10 plus a $3 park fee and tax. The park was only about 1/3 filled. The park has changed owners this past year and some club memberships are not honored now. The sites are not level, but workable. We will continue to use this park as it is easy access on our East/West travels on I-10. The staff is very friendly, as are the campers.
Very clean open park. We were in a back-in and had plenty of space for the MH and tow. The staff at check in were very helpful and friendly. We watched the Disney fireworks show from the coach one night and outside another. The park has easy access from I-5. The only significant drawback is the road noise from I-5. If we are in need of a spot near the tourist attractions here, we would stay here again.
This is our third time at this Oregon State Park. It is showing some wear from a very active summer. We enjoy this park with the proximity to the ocean and the great food in Newport. We found a site that allowed our satellite dish to work which is not common in this park. We will stay here again.
This is a beautiful park that covers a large area. The sites are very private, spacious and clean. Most are grass. The buildings are clean and maintained. The only downside is the lack of sewer, but with proper planning, is not an issue. We would highly recommend this park.
This is the second time that we have stayed in this park. The sites are close and MH longer than 38 ft have to use center sites and extend over grass area. This blocks the site behind it, if the MH is 45. Some empty sites were occupied with toads even though that was against the rules. All facilities are clean. Only 2 dryers out of 6 were working. We use this park because of the proximity to La Conner and Anacortes.
The only negative of this campground is the afternoon wind as it is in the mouth of a canyon. It is clean with updated utilities. It is next to a highway, but the traffic is slow. We felt it is an excellent value and is under utilized. We will stay here again.
This is a very good state park and is convenient to the freeway and Provo. The sites are very adequate. We used a pull through with our 38 ft MH and tow. The campground filled after 5:00 PM. It was quiet except for the birds and frogs which we really enjoyed. We used it for an overnight stay.
We purchased a park membership to gain access to AOR/RPI/CtoC and this was our first stay at the park. We were pleasantly surprised. We were also startled as to the number of things to do in the area such as old mining areas, National Park, fossil digs, rock hounding, etc. We will go back and stay for 1 plus weeks to take in the sites and activities. The rate for nonmembers was $25 for Good Sam. Our rate was "Zero" and the web site will not accept that number so we put in $1.
We stopped at this park for an overnight stay to Central CA. It is an ok campground for this purpose. The entire facility is in need of some serious clean-up and maintenance. It really shows its age. The rest rooms, showers were clean, but some light fixtures were not working. The utility connections all worked as you would expect. We were surprised to have 50 amp service. We would stay here again for an overnight stay, but probably would not make it an extended stay.
This was the second time in 2 years that we stayed at this park. It is under new ownership since November. They have undertaken a huge project in revitalizing this park. Much has been done and they have a 5 year plan developed. We will stay here again.
We stopped at this park for an overnight stay. The office is located in the service station convience store. We were told to just find a spot. The clerk was not friendly. Some of the slots were poorly designed. Some of the electrical hookups didn't work. The restrooms were covered with litter. We will bypass this park in the future.
The campground and facilities were clean, and the facilities were up-to-date. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites were level and large and will accommodate large rigs. We chose this campground as a base for a tour of the Big Bend National Park. This was a long trip of over 300 miles for one day. Fort Davis is only 24 miles away and well worth the trip. We would recommend this park.
This was our second time at this park. It is an excellent price/value park. The park was clean and well maintained. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The history of the Fort is great. We were not able to locate an acceptable restaurant in the area, so drove back to Del Rio. We will stay at this park again if we are in the area.
This park looks very new. The spaces are very large and they can handle the largest of the big rigs. It is very open and does not have shade trees that mess up the satellite reception. The swimming pool was not in service. We are very pleased with the quality of the park and especially the cost. There were no surcharges for wifi or 50 amp! We definitely place this park on our repeat list.
A very unique small campground. The manager had a sense of humor and made us very comfortable. They had a 4th of July BBQ. The park supplied the meat and the campers brought pot luck dishes. Great food and a great time followed up by the city fireworks show that we could watch right from the campground. They normally have a BBQ every Saturday night during the season. The sites were a little tight for our 38 foot MH, but we were able to get parked without difficulty. We will stay at this park again.
This park is operated and managed by two great people, (husband and wife). They were very helpful and ready to meet any need you might have, if it is possible. The park is close to the freeway and we did have some road noise, but not excessive. A railroad is also nearby, but is also was not an issue at night. We will return to this facility.
This a small very friendly park under new ownership. A portion of the park has paved streets and a small part has gravel streets. It has easy access off of State Route 100. Close proximety to South Padre Island and Brownsville.
This Club Park is really showing its age. The laundry rooms are in need of serious repair. One has a door that is broken and was nailed shut. The dry rot is evident throughout the building. The roads have serious potholes and haven't been repaired in the past year. We stayed here last January. Very few of the people staying here obey the speed limit. Vendors drive thru the park in excess of 20 miles per hour. Some of the spots have concrete pads, ours didn't. With heavy rain, we were wading in mud. We returned to this park due to a club membership and another location is not available in the area. However, in the future I will strongly consider a public campground. The campers staying at the facility are very friendly. I can't say much for the staff, as they only staff I saw was in the office when I check in. That interface was OK. We are fulltimers in a motor home.