Four days over a weekend. Did not see the problems associated with previous reviews. There is a bar/pizza parlor on premises, but it is away from the sites behind the office. Did not hear any noise from the place. The RVs we saw were clean and up to date, especially those for long termers. Place was as clean as could be expected, Wi-Fi was ok. The cable good and views of the lake wonderful. I personally like the idea of the large garbage truck at the exit rather than several trashy dumpsters located in the park. Would stay again.
The park is older with mature trees and shaded sites. The exit roads on the west are tight and in bad repair. My wife was knocked off her feet by two large dogs unleashed, belonging to another camper while walking our 16 lb Chihuahua. The owners should enforce the leash laws. The pool is good, the services are good. We would stay there again.
Large park with many full timer residents. Some are homes. Good park, but large groups gather for reunions and such. Services are great, good Wi-Fi. A short walk to the beautiful beach. The Pacific City area is secluded and hard to reach, but wonderful when you get there.
Sites are hilly, but wooded, some grades are steep. Good park for access to Glacier West entrance. Owners are great and actually helped us with dog walking due to our day long trip to glacier. No sewer, but dump station. Wi-Fi was no good far from the office.
Two nights in a 35' fiver. Internet very poor strength and kept dropping off - more aggravating than if not there at all. Short spaces for some rigs. I had to park tow vehicle sideways on the grass, but plenty of side room. Very expensive for the amenities offered.
Great spot 35 miles from the entry to Yellowstone. Great owners and very helpful. No sewer, but a dump station. Owners make cinnamon rolls in the morning and the best pizza in the area. Great, laid back operation. Stayed for ten days and would definitely come back.