Clean park, spaces are a bit narrow. Long way from Boise, but that is what we needed due to family commitments. Gravel spaces with narrow lawn separating spaces. Trees could be an issue if you have a satellite, but we were provided a good spot for satellite reception. Lots of green belts to "pottie" your dog, but no fenced area. Once you come off HWY 84, you will travel down Eagle Rd (Hwy 55)and depending on time of day, could be lots of traffic.
We had reservations, site unseen. Once we saw the park we moved on. Short pull thrus, very bare bones park. It looked like a lot of long time residents. I would imagine this park is a good place to stay for an overnight and move on. Right on Hwy84 "Overlooking" the freeway. Can't really comment on the ammenities because we didn't stay.
Clean, effiecient RV Park. Nice hookups, easy to find and negotiate inside the park. Several long-time residents, but not a big deal. Nice fenced in dog park. Pendelton charges a hotel tax, so be prepared for a tax fee in a state with no sales tax! Stayed two days and explored Pendelton.
Beautifully maintained park, clean and nicely groomed. Lots of room for your pet and places to walk. Used the laundry room which was clean and nice, 3 washers and 3 dryers. We are driving a 38 foot motorhome and towing a car, the bridge was tight and required a lot of concentration, but we made it! There is another bridge further east that is wider and easier to navigate. (The Dalles Hwy 197) Went to the Bonneville Locks and Fish Ladder, which is West of the RV Park (approximately 26 miles), worth the trip. There is some train noise, but not bad.
Beautiful park, great location, but it can be difficult to find if you don't know where you are going. Basically follow the signs to the Oregon Coast Aquarium. Lot's to do in the immediate area. Lighthouse, aquarium, Public Pier (crabbers actively catching crabs), Hatfield Ocean Research and Agate Beach. A tsunami dock from Japan was on shore when we visited. If you are going to the Bayfront, get there early because the parking is difficult. Park Host was great! He introduced himself and gave us some helpful tips on sights to see. Front desk clerk is wonderful. If you are looking for a dog park with fenced dog run, there are none, but plenty of places to take the dog.
Friendly staff, clean office and overall a nice park, easy access to sites. Gravel roads that are well maintained. We used this place as a home base and drove to Salem, Portland, Stayton and Silver Falls. Nice location for diesel, groceries (Safeway) and propane. Lovely laundry room. We were able to park in a site with no trees to block the satellite dish. Twice our site #42, threw the 50 amp breaker, but we were always able to get power back. Quiet and lots of places for us to walk as well as our dog.
Helpful friendly staff. Clean park. It is easy to miss the driveway on Jean Street which would be a problem for those who are towing because it's a dead end. We were taken to the available sites and were able to choose one that we liked. It was one row off the water. Beautiful view of the water; however, all the waterfront sites seem to have permanent or semi-permanent residents but nicely kept. There are lots of trees. If you have a satellite, it's hard to get a southern exposure for your dish. The residential streets off of Highway 126 had some low hanging tree branches which skirted the roof. Things were pretty quiet on the day we were here. No Wi-Fi, but my Sprint Air Card worked beautifully.
Lovely, clean park. Friendly staff. Convenient to Reno, Tahoe, Virgina City. Sprint Air Card worked well here. If you have a pet, there are two dog areas, which are not fenced. I would have like to had a fenced area. Shopping near by. We stayed 3 days and were completely satisfied.