This is a very nice campground located approximately 12 miles (20 Km) of of Highway 1. There are not a large number of sites that are big rig friendly we reserved ours on line and it worked well. Some of the corners are tight for a rig of 40 feet but certainly are doable with care. We would return here again. Out site was only a short walk to the beach.
The $20.00 price was based on the Passport America rate and was too much given the facilities. The sites were not level and with our slides out we were on the edge of our site on both sides. They had just topped all of their trees so there was absolutely no shade. The park has very limited amenities and was noisy due to the highway and train tracks. We would not stay there again.
Sites can be very tight when they have cars parking across from your site. We were able back in but it was not easy with our 40 ft 5th wheel. It was close to most activities but far enough away from the road such that road noise wasn't bad. I think that I would look for a park with a bit more room the next time.
The roads are narrow, and the speed bumps certainly slow you down. There isn't a lot of room between sites, but what there is, is grass. The staff is very friendly, and the sites are angled such that there was little problem backing in our 40 ft 5th wheel. The rate I posted was the Passport America rate and includes 50 amp and cable TV.
As other posters have said, nothing special, but very friendly staff, and a nice field to walk your dog in. Our site was a pull through with not much room on either side but OK for an overnight. One plus is the laundry room was only $1.00 for wash and same for dry. Our price reflects the Passport America rate. We would certainly stop here again.
We had sites about 50 meters from the lake: power and water were very good. The host was friendly. The sites were level and might have been tight if they were full. As it was, we were told we could pull through a double site, which worked well. Enjoyed a wonderful tour at the Sherbooke Village. We would stay here again.
The staff in the park is extremely helpful, guided us into our sites, and made sure that we got out OK. We all had pull-through sites, but the position of the fire pits determined the way that you pulled out, the host was there in the morning to make sure that you made the correct decision. We certainly would stay there again.
The park is very well kept up. The staff is very friendly, but their English is limited, which we felt was OK since we are in Quebec. We had a large back-in site; the 50 amp power was good as were water and sewer. We only needed a short walk to have a great view of Perce'Rock and Bonavista.
The closest park to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. A very reasonable place to stay for a couple of nights in order to visit the museum. Staff were very friendly and the camp host has planted a garden that campers are able to sample. Free WiFi and quiet, lots of space for our large dog, certainly value for the money.
Very few full hookup sites available for short term use and those that are are far from level. Electrical hook-up can be two extension cords away depending on your site. Our site was a difficult back in for a large 5th wheel because of trees and firepit. We were promised sites together, but were scattered across the park. WiFi is available but is expensive at $25.00 a week or $5.25 a day.
We had a water view level site, the park was well maintained, the clubhouse was well looked after, and the pool and spa were clean. The park was quiet other than noise from the air cannons that are used to scare birds out of the cherries. We would definitely stay there again.
A nice small park in Pincher Creek, we were a little surprised to find that the sites did not have water at the site. We came in with little water in our tanks; we were able to fill our tank before we backed in. The park is located next to a nice walking trail and close to the local museum. The camp hosts were very friendly. We would stay there again.
An overnight stay for us, the grounds were excellently maintained and the site was level. Limited amenities, very friendly owners both in there 80s that keep the park in excellent condition. A little pricey for what is available on site, but I would pay their price to keep this park open.
As most others have said it is an easy in and out of I-5. The available sites are pull throughs which makes it nice for those of us on the road and don't want to unhook. The WI-FI does work well and water pressure is reasonable, the access to the outlet mall certainly made my wife happy. The desk staff was very friendly, we have stayed in this park four times, it is expensive for what you get, but if you shop in Oregon there is no sales tax, so LOL my wife said we saved money.
Flies and ants can be a problem. The flies are primarily on the western side of the park; ants are almost everywhere. Flies were only a problem for 2 days of our 14 day stay. The ants I now would take preventive measures for. Overall we enjoyed this park there are some nice hiking trails at Sana Rosa Plateau about 10 miles away. We will stay here again.
We are Thousand Trails members so this park is reasonably inexpensive for us. The sites are large for most membership campsites. We have 50 amp service at no extra charge. There is lots of great hiking just out of the park. The park is about 40 minutes out of San Diego. Within the park we find the people very friendly and the staff is also very friendly and helpful. We will definitely be back.
As an overnight stay with good water pressure, good 50 amp power, free WI-FI, lots of over the air TV, it certainly looks after all of our needs. The office staff was very friendly and replied to my email promptly. We had a nice fairly level pull through site which allows us to not unhook. We certainly will stay here again on our way south. The rate we payed was using Passport America.
Not a 5 star park but the sites are level, the people who run the park are friendly and helpful, there is Wi-Fi in the clubhouse or occasionally in your rig. Power is good, water pressure is high, but why wouldn't you have a pressure regulator on you hose? It is close to shopping and also the market at College of the Desert. I think it is great value for the money.
Located in a rural area next to a farm, nice to hear roosters in the morning the park has only a few sites open for overnighter's the rest appear to be either for storage (saw few people) or a few people staying for long periods. The place was clean and the owner helpful, the WiFi worked and the power was good. It is far enough of the interstate to reduce noise, but not a problem or a long way back in the morning. The site was a bit off level and required us to unhook but was very quiet. We would certainly use this place again as a stop on our way south.
A very nice park with river access. Facilities were very clean and the park is well looked after. We would certainly stay there again. When we made our reservation on line they phoned to confirm, which I thought was a very nice touch.
This is a typical Alaska/Yukon gravel pit. The sites are all gravel with pull-thru down the middle and back in's around the perimeter. This is the only park in downtown Dawson City, which makes it nice as you can walk to many of the attractions. Our site wasn't very level and you are close to your neighbor but other than that an OK site. The owners are friendly and do try to help make your visit worthwhile.
We filled up our truck, about 7 gallons which was about 60 cents more expensive than Tok where we had filled up previously so the park cost about $5.00. For that we had a pull-through and free Wi-Fi. The park is located on the highway that becomes the top of the world highway so it was an easy on easy off. We found the staff to be very pleasant.
This is a typical Alaska park, a gravel pull-through, but they are super friendly. The washrooms are very clean, the laundry is also. The hosts certainly do everything they can to make your stay enjoyable and take time to greet each person that enters their park. I would certainly stay here again.
As most reviewers have stated, this is a wonderful alternative to the campgrounds in Anchorage. Anchorage is only 15 minutes away so the distance isn't a problem. The sites are large and easy to back into. This is the only park we would stay in close to Anchorage.
This park is on the spit in Homer and is located on the same road that the small boat harbor is on. The sites are long but not wide, will accept a rig of any length but once your slides are out there isn't a lot of room either side. Basically you back in 15 feet off Freight Dock road. This park is basically a place to back in and spend the night. We used it as a base and spent our time away. Not our first choice for a park in Homer, but not bad given the choices available.
A typical Yukon campsite. We had a nice pull-through that was mostly level. We would have loved to take advantage of the free firewood but it rained from the minute we arrived. We would probably return to this campground.
The park isn't great but the owner and the barbecue certainly make up for a lot of what the park is missing. The owner is quite a character and if you are thin skinned, I suggest you go elsewhere. We enjoyed trading barbs, the barbecue was $12.00 for more steak or ribs than we could eat. We will return there on our way back from Alaska.
One of the things that you have to remember about Yukon Territorial parks is that they are self-regulated. This goes for fee payment but also for security, there is no one patrolling the park. We parked our 5th wheel here and went into Teslin for 3 hours to visit the museums. We came back to having someone pry open our bedroom window and snap off the rod that extends the window out (this is one of the "escape" windows in our 5th wheel). We were luck in that is all the damage that was done, but we learned our lesson, won't leave our 5th wheel alone in an unsupervised park again.
This is our second time in this park, the first time in January. The park is spotless, check in staff are very pleasant and the facilities are excellent. Most sites are 50 amp, free wi-fi and even in Nov the oranges are edible.
The people in the park were very friendly. Our major complaint was how out of level the sites were. I could have lived with that except that the roads were built up much higher than the sites. Had some scary moments backing into sites as the trailer dropped down over 6 inches while the truck was still on the road, too close to the truck rails for comfort. In one other attempt we found that the landing legs of the fifth wheel (up as high as they will go) were making contact with the ground when the truck was on the road while backing in. We spent over an hour find a place to park and ended up using blocks to raise us 6 inches side to side and 5 inches front to back. They are working on the problem but certainly need to address the problem of the "levels" of their sites. Wi-fi was available at $9.00 a night. No thanks
The site for AOR members were two linked sites, I doubt that I could have gotten out if another rig pulled in. The main problem was the noise, trains ran all night, you would have sworn that they were coming through the middle of your campsite. There appear to be only 16 sites for non-owners. The loop is not made for anything much over 32' looking at the trees on some of the tight corners you could see where there had been collisions. We crossed this campground off our list. This is one lake that should remain lost.
One of the things that stand out for us in this park was the staff. I couldn't get over how friendly they were, they helped us back in our 5th wheel and did everything they could to make our stay enjoyable. We had close access to Crater Lake but came back to a quiet well looked after campground, the bathrooms were spotless as were the grounds. We would highly recommend this campground.
This is an older park and doesn't cater to anything over 30 feet, some of the corners in the park were questionable for anything larger. The sites are close together and the hookups are at the very back of the site meaning that you needed longer sewer hose and electrical cords. The people on site were great, I had an issue with a low hanging branch, I asked they fixed immediately. If you have a boat and want to fish they have a great marina. This park was designed primarily for a fishing crowd so the roads are tight in parts of the park.
A very nice ocean side park, yes there is beach front but I'd rather be back away from the wind in the tree where we still have an ocean view of passing cruise ships. The staff is excellent, kept a close eye on all things. Stopped me when I was walking my dog (on a lease, but he's big and excites some people) and asked about him. We live close and will go back. They have a games room and an adult only hot tub.