Very friendly and helpful staff. We arrived late and they came out to greet us and sign us in. Guide took us to our site. We had stayed here in February on our way to CA and were pleased with the facilities and people, so we decided to make it one of our stops on our way home. Did not ask about activities. Sites were wide, deep and level. Restrooms and showers were clean. We would stay here again.
Front desk was business-like and efficient. Restrooms and showers were average; there was some water damage to walls and ceilings. OK for an overnight; we were passing through and did not ask about extra amenities or activities. Convenient to the freeway, but far enough away to avoid road noise.
I'll make this short - spaces are tight, and your front door faces your neighbor's front door. Virtually no privacy outside. Fortunately this was a quick stop-over for us. We didn't use any facilities. The only positive thing we saw was the friendliness of the person who checked us in. We would not stay here again.
PA rate was supposed to be good for two nights, they gave us the rate for four nights. A very comfortable park in the trees with easy access to Yosemite. Other reviews are right, the owners are some of the nicest people you'd want to meet. When you come DON'T take Highway 49 from the south, it's suitable for cars only! If you'll already be on 49, believe me, it's worth the extra time to head west to Hwy 99 then up along Hwy 132. When you call the park for reservations, ask for directions. At any rate, this park is worth staying at and we will stay here again on our next trip through.
Rate is Good Sam, add $1 for each child (we had a visitor with us). A comfortable park and close to Crater Lake. Most of the sites were side-by-side, we lucked into a somewhat separate site in the trees. Restrooms are cleaned daily, closed for one hour mid-day. Diamond Lake had an algae issue during our stay, couldn't go in the water. Also, this lake must be the mosquito capital of Oregon, bring plenty of bug spray. Despite that, we would stay here again.
A comfortable park with pleasant check-in personnel. We had a pull-through site with decent separation from the neighbors. There was a grass area with table and plenty of room to park our truck. Riverfront sites are a premium and rarely available. Many summer RVers are here and some full-time residents. We found the full-time spots to be generally well maintained. Restrooms and showers are clean. If you come, try to make some time to visit Troutdale; quaint town with nice folks. If you're here to see the Gorge, this is a great home base. We would gladly stay here again.
A nice county park right on the Colorado River. Restroom facilities are OK, but not the best. Quiet setting, off the highway. If you sleep in, the early boaters may be an issue, but we had no problem with it. No Wi-Fi, but our Verizon air card worked well here. The RV area does not allow tents, but there is a separate area for them in another part of the park. We would stay here again.
This is the weekly rate. Close to I-40; an hour from the Grand Canyon. Office personnel were very friendly. We had some visitors for two nights and they did not charge us extra. Sites are all pull-through. It appears that they used to be back-to-back sites, as there are two site numbers, electric, etc., at each site. Now the negative for us. Sites are wide open; no wind protection (there's lots of wind here year-round). Sites are lava-type rock, not gravel and one cannot go out without shoes: flip-flops don't cut it. Most sites do not have a table; we were one of the lucky ones. However, we were next to a permanent RV resident, whose dog used our tires for his duty. More policing by the management is needed to avoid this. We probably would only stay here again as an overnight stop.
I'd give it a 10, except for the sewer location. Well behind our connection at the very back. We have a toy hauler and drop the back down to level to use as a patio. We had to choose whether to leave the back up and connect to the sewer, or open the back and not reach the sewer. We chose to use the park restroom facilities, then backed up and dumped before leaving. Showers are clean, but insufficient in number for the size of the park. Nicely treed sites; we also had a small grass area. This was one of our favorite places; tall trees, stream nearby, abundant hiking and biking areas around Sedona. This was an excellent base camp and we would love to return.
Rate is for two nights at PA rate and one night at Good Sam rate, averaged. Nice park; very wide streets and nice sites. Grass and concrete pad areas at each site. Met the owner and had a very nice conversation. Manager in the office was as pleasant as the owner. We would stay here again.
Mostly treed sites; some equestrian sites available. Nice hiking/biking trails and well maintained restrooms. Fee does not include the daily use fee, which is waived with a state parks pass. We would return here.
One of our favorite state parks. Wooded sites and privacy. Sewer not available, but there is a dump station. Fee does not include the park entry fee of $3, which is waived if you hold a state parks pass. We stayed for two nights and will return to this park.
We stayed here one night on our way out of state. The pool is amazing and is the main draw for this area. Locals come to swim and picnic. RV sites are well spaced. Sites are open (no trees), but we expected as much. We would stay here again.