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12/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
We were here on a very low attendance time, so getting in and out of a drive through spot is easy. This is not your typical drive through. It is more like parallel parking type drive through. So if you have the spot in front and or back filled, you will have a hard time parking. The permanent residences are very low percentage, and they are neat and tidy spots. This spot is perfect for group camping, since you are able to share large grassy areas, if you pull side by side. Sites are gravel and level, but you have an adequate patio with a table. No fire pits. And the utilities are in the right spot. Lots of trees and centrally located for nearby sites. Though it is right off the 101, it is a very quiet place to stay. We would come here again for a 3-4 day lay over. Staff is very nice. And again, the free internet WiFi is available, but not reliable. They too say they are working on upgrading.
11/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
The campground host greeted us upon our arrival and was very informative. This is a very dog friendly park. It is a very neat and very clean park. The laundry room was perfect and the staff was friendly. It rains daily here so be prepared. You will need water proof clothing. We saw the the sun for approximately 3 hours in the entire week we stayed. It is a little hard to find. Once you are on 101 follow the signs to the Aquarium, and then you will have RV park signs to follow. We did not stay in the annex parking but know it is very muddy. We don't recommend that spot. It is not worth the savings.
11/2008
rating [ 5/10 ]
Bring your earplugs! We scored this so low due to the FREEWAY (Hwy 58) noise and proximity is 10 feet away. The staff claims they cannot hear the noise, no site is free of the noise, you can't hear each other talk outside your coach so sitting outside will be tough. Although you will get approximately 2 hours of no noise between 2 am - 4am. Website photos are "snapshots" and you cannot view the whole park. The office and laundry are converted mobile homes. The sites are blacktop and you have grass at each site. There are lots of trees. And of course you are in Oregon so be prepared for rain everyday! The rate is low because we mistakenly stayed for a month!
10/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good place to stop over. A few seasonals but not bad. Lots of elbow room. Nice paved streets, stone pads are nice and lots of grass.
10/2008
rating [ 6/10 ]
It is clean and neat, but the sites are not completely level, you are on stones...not pebbles! And the TRAIN OMG! Every 15 minutes. You will need ear plugs to sleep
10/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Everything was perfect! The only reason we give it a "9" and not a 10 is because of the gravel sites. Utilities are in the right spot. You really have Wifi at your coach. Very quiet, way off the main roads and close to ALL attractions! We would definitely recommend this site and come again!
09/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Overall a good place to come. Lots of trees but beware of the low tree branches in fall. Be prepared, most sewer connections are higher than your sewer outlet. Slight interstate noise, the loud trains do not obey the "quiet times". Close to everything you want to do in Wis Dells. Grounds are well groomed. The owners are a bit gruff, not very personable. The seasonals are very well maintained and in a seperate area from most of the vacation spots.
09/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
All workers were friendly and helpful, clean and well maintain park. The only reasons we didn't give it a 10 was, no water, no sewer, no wifi. Do not camp by the comfort stations the fans are extremely loud. Lots of places to ride your bike, there is a nature center and tons of stuff for all ages. Beach is close enough to ride a bike or walk. Beware the entrance is not included in daily fee...if you are an out-of-state resident the park entrance fee is double. Also, weekend nights (Thurs-Fri-Sat) fees are $25 per night, week days (Sun-Weds) are $17.
09/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Great place to come! Super clean laundry & restrooms. We didn't give it a 10 only because of the advertised and told on phone WiFi "free"...what they don't say is, for the first 15 minutes then pay as you go, very inexpensive though. Level sites, no "seasonal" (live-ins) RVers and close to everything to visit in Shipshewana. Management very nice, lots of space between spots, really no bad spots here.
09/2008
rating [ 2/10 ]
BEWARE! We are not kidding a "1" is being nice. This place is completely falsely advertised. No "working" wifi at site or in a common area. The 50 amp doesn't exist in a big rig access, mostly 20/30 amp. Laundry room were not open. Restrooms were full of bugs, unclean and peeling paint. There are a large number of very long time resident trailers in this park. We stayed in site 207 because the others were not level enough for self leveling, it took us 2 hrs just to park our 5th wheel. No we are not newbee's, we are 20 year veterans. The site water line broke had to fix it ourselves, the water pressure dripped out of our water faucets. The grounds are not desireable, the lake (pond) is not for swimming nor edible fishing. The owners are rude and don't exactly tell you the truth on the phone! We reserved a 50 amp, full hook up space with a non-refundable deposit and received a 30 amp full hook up space and still had to pay full price. No refunds for any reason. BEWARE!
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