An OVERPRICED RV park with sites for larger rigs in back of the mobile home park. Poor maintenance, showers/restrooms a long walk, mediocre river access, no cable or wifi, poor access to the sites if other RV's were there. We were there four nights and were the only ones in the back section. Speaks volumes. Poor signage for the park. Clean restrooms but needed a separate key for men and women. Park needs a lot of work before they can expect to have much business.
A basic campground with full hookups--many sites along a small river. Unfortunately, very little water in it while we were there. Virtually no amenities with minimal maintenance. VERY OVERPRICED! Quiet location near entrance to Sequoia NP. However, road to park is steep, narrow, and currently under construction. Unless you want to make a long drive up the mountain to Sequoia would not recommend this place. Restrooms clean but in the permanent mobile home section of park.
Unless you come here for fishing only, just keep on going. Poor facilities. All facilities are extremely old and in poor condition. Restrooms have never been upgraded. The wiring is overhead in the trees, there is no recreation room, sites can be difficult to access, sites are all dirt, and 30 amp power only. Resort is not a resort. It is simply a RV park that is not worth the money. Staff is nice but rumor has it that the manager is not here much.
Second trip to this great RV park. Simply outstanding in every way. Great facilities with anything you could want. Casino near park--shuttle will take you there. Professional staff--other RV parks could use ths one as a guide in how to develop and manage their facility. Well done Seven Feathers!
Very quiet park about 7 miles off Hwy 5. Concrete pads, clean restrooms. Along Klamath River--should have a boat for successful fishing. Restaurant on site. No other amenities. Very overpriced for what you get. Owner does not enforce their own rules--dogs run loose despite their "dogs must be on leash rule". Will not return.
Family operated park on highway with lots of noise during day. Most parks near park seem to be close to road. Park operators are friendly and helpful. Home made pies available daily with breakfast served daily. Good Wi-Fi--no cable TV. Sites are close together with little room to be comfortable outside and awnings are very difficult to open. Older park as owners have had it since the mid 1960's. Nightly campfire. Overall this is a nice park and is a good choice if you want to be in the west glacier area. Located about 3 miles from the Glacier NP entrance.
Mixed thoughts about this park. Some nice recreational facilities: a short golf course, pool, exercise room, pool. Very popular with snowbirds. However, RV sites are tight and difficult to get in. Had no room at side of trailer. One restroom only for over 500 sites. We will not return.
A good stopping point while traveling. Oregon state parks all seem to be very good, and this is no exception. Very quiet spot with sites in the shade and nicely spaced. Several campground hosts but seldom saw any of them. This is a no reservation park. Would stay here again if passing through the area.
If you were here for crabbing it was a good spot. If not do not waste your time. Weather was poor while we were here and there is nothing to do in Waldport except play their 9 hole golf course. No restaurants or anything else. We drove to Newport for something to do. Their web site looks good but does not accurately reflect the quality of their park. Sites are very close together, and we had to back our trailer nearly 50 yards to get into our site. Will not return.
Simply the finest RV park we have stayed in as this place has it all. Spotless RV sites along with an indoor pool and spa, plus an exercise facility, showers, and a wonderful staff that greets you with courtesy and professionalism. Shuttle bus picks you up at your site and takes you to the casino. We could not have asked for a better place to stay. Will definitely return.
Stayed five nights and enjoyed it thoroughly. This is a real surprise as it is in the middle of nowhere (about 20 miles south of Alturas). RV park has gravel pads and driveways with a grass strip in between each site. Has one shower and restroom at one end of park, and depending on where you are camped can be quite a walk. However, staff was friendly and the golf course was another surprise. Has work to do on it, but considering its location is really quite nice. Course is 6900 yards from the back tees, and if you want a challenge give the back tees a try.
This is an old RV park near Columbia. Very convenient if you plan on visiting here. Park is in a pretty setting, but sites are very close together and units with slideouts may have difficulties. We also noticed rigs having to back out of their sites to get out. We were in #29 with full hookups. It was very crowded and the site next to us made it impossible to park our truck without it being literally at our door. Very few upgrades over the years as owners have had the place for over 30 years. While the setting is nice, I would not recommend it for big rigs or large trailers.
This was our first visit to this park. We were pleasantly surprised with the park. Although small, it has long pull through sites that will accommodate any length RV. Concrete pads with grass in between sites was nice. Restroom and shower facility was very clean. The camp host was very helpful and pleasant (and chatty). The park has no recreational facilities so does not rate a 10. However, it is a good place to set up camp for a few days as it is close to the wineries. We would definitely come here again.
We stayed here two nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. Park is three years old and well developed although not large. Great security, has concrete pads with grass and shrubs in between each site, very clean restroom facilities, a nice swimming pool and hot tub, a small convenience store. It is a bit pricey, as you pay between $40-$50 depending on where you stay (around the small lake is the most expensive). However, if you are a golfer it is a great deal as you get two free rounds of golf (cart is extra) for each night you stay. We will plan on returning again.
A busy RV park. Sites very close together along a busy street. Good spot for stopping in this area, but we were never very comfortable because of everything being concrete and asphalt. Has a nice pool and decent shower area. Lots of "showbirds" staying there for longer stays. We will stay in Palm Desert next time at a more comfortable RV park.
Basic campground in Death Valley--the best one in the valley without many amenities. No hookups, but a good spot for sightseeing. Next to the golf course. Sites are very busy due to the demand in the valley.
Has lots of facilities-pool, workout room, showers, on-site restaurant and bar. Very nice--trees are small and will be years before any shade is available. Staff was very nice. Located in a busy area near the freeway and was noisy. A good destination if you are visiting in Bakersfield.
May be the finest state park campground in California, with a great setting. Located near Highway 1, but no road noise, is simply a great vacation spot. Near many places to see. Walk to the beach is fast and easy, although must hike down the hill. Electric sites are in demand and hard to get: must reserve your spot many months in advance. If in the Santa Cruz-Capitola area this campground is not to be missed.
We stayed here three nights in a travel trailer. The description of the campground sounded nice, but when we arrived we should have turned around and left before registering. However, decided to stay since we were there and were sorry we did. Old campground with lots of permanent residents in the RV section, no restrooms or showers near the RV section, the lake level was so low we could not launch our kayaks, RV section was located away from the other camping area. Would not recommend this to anyone.