We stayed only one night to attend family function at the Trinity Alps resort. Residents were very helpful as was staff. There are many seasonal units here but also room for we transients. We parked on a grass site with plenty of space for a patio. You can walk to the river for fly fishing. There are a few restaurants in town. This is a great spot for the fisherman in a beautiful area. We would return again.
No upgrades done at this RV park in the 10 years we have visited. This was the first time we had stayed in August. The dirt landscape was unbearable so we headed without staying our third night. They do a great business for two months of summer and folks return each year for a month at at time. But not enjoyable for us.
We expected no pool, no cable, no sewer hookup. Park is a 10 for us based on site space, privacy, asphalt roads and pad, cleanliness, and information on reservation site being accurate. Access to tidal pool area, views of South Jetty, great place to walk the dog. Quiet, reservations provide for no refunds so be prepared. The best we've seen between Depoe Bay and Coos Bay now that Pacific Shores is in decline.
Great RV park. We do not need a pool or rec hall and horseshoes. We do need space, Wi-Fi, good hookups, and easy access to our site. A nice creek runs through it, the dog had plenty of places to walk, the staff was very helpful and pleasant. The railroad just behind was not noisy. Great park. Neat town.
We tagged the last full hookup site on a summer Saturday night and then stayed an extra night. Saturday there were 150 units in the campground. Our site was about 25 feet wide with dry grass and leaves in the table area. With most rigs parked back to back, it seemed crowded. Everything worked, the staff is friendly, the dog had a great walking area in the surrounding community. We enjoyed the gentleman and his lady who sang bluegrass and country western songs until 10 PM. They have been doing this for 27 years. No green grass and density of units on the first nights prevents a higher rating, but 150 units filling the campground on Saturday says something about their attraction. We would camp here again.
Very well organized RV park. Staff is very helpful and park features are complete. There is no cable TV but they disclose that situation on their website. We stayed for two extra nights for a total of 9 nights and enjoyed the park very much. Yes the pads are narrow concrete, and you step into green grass from your door, but this is red dirt country. The design of paved roads, paved pads, good grass cover, and rock cover in other areas mean no red dirt in the rig. There are very few RV parks that we have enjoyed more than this one. We will return if in the area again.
We rely on this rv park as an overnight stop when passing through Bakersfield. All gravel area means some tracking into your rig, but sites are spacious, and everything works. The WiFi is excellent. The oranges you can pick in season are excellent. There is an excellent dog walking park. It is a very satisfactory experience each time we visit.
Very well groomed with large sites for motorhomes only. This is a high quality resort, vs RV park, with excellent facilities. Lot owners were friendly but not engaging. So do not expect a lot of social contacts. We stayed here three nights and enjoyed the convenience.
We planned on one night and stayed 5 nights. Great forest and river campground with water sewer and electric hookups and nice level blacktop pads with comfortable space between sites. Camp hosts and Rangers were great. You can get Satellite reception if you chose the site carefully. Stick those bounce sheets in your pocket and the mosquitoes will not be too bad.
We planned to stay here again in August and Sept 09. We have stayed multiple times. When attempting to make a special requests reservation with the campground office, I encountered an extremely rude agent, who made it plain I would not receive consideration from him, long before I completed my request. I had already been prepped by the central reservations office that I might not get what I needed. Do not even attempt to arrange adjacent sites if a rude agent answers the phone. Call again later and speak to someone else. We stay 5 to 10 nights a year at this campground and enjoy the park. Yep, you have to clean everything after you leave to remove the dust, but spring is better than summer.