This is a great park and close to what ever you would need. Easy on and off the I-5. We stayed here overnight in the back (newer) area where it accommodates large motor homes and 5th wheels. (We are 44 feet long.) All are pull through spots with easy access in and out. You have an incline on the spots but once you get on top, you have nice level concrete pads with great hook ups. This park also has an area for anyone wanting to stay in the woods. On the other side of the park, you feel like you are in the middle of the back country. The staff was helpful when you have questions or need help. I would definitely stay here again when in the area.
We have stayed here once before 2 months ago, it is worse. The price is very high for what you get. The cable has been out for 2 months and I was told that it had been out for over a year. The person checking did tell us that both cable& WIFI didn't work. At these prices I would think a price reduction would be in order since they could not provide the services they advertised. It is hard to get a big rig around in the park " WATCH OUT FOR THE VERY LARGE YELLOW BOULDERS" The park wants you not to drive on the grass if you hit the rocks it will cost you a lot more then the darn grass!!! The hook ups may be fine if your rig was built in the 50's or 60's but if you have a newer rig the set up is all wrong we don't carry enough sewer hose to reach 30ft and still pull the car off the road. I would keep on trucking rather the stay here again.
The park has good access from the Hwy 84 and the sites are easy to get into, but... the problem is the hook ups everything is set up at the rear section of the pad so you need extra hoses and extra cables to reach all of the hook ups. If your just passing by for an overnight you have to unhook the car or you will hang out in to the road. I was told by the manager the I needed to unhook or get a ticket $150.00 from the fire dept. No quick turn around at this park, the funny thing is that it is a nice park but the layout to hook ups is all wrong for big rigs
Keep driving past this one! They tell you they have cable and WiFI but don't, no water available this time of year and no staff on site the manager shows up at 5pm to collect We didn't feel safe in the park the sites up front are very tight for a big rig. If you do choose to spend the night, stay in the back rows.
At some point this campground may be OK but... right know they are doing a lot of work on the sites they offer limited parking sites maybe 17 the spots are very soft we are not able to level as the jacks just sink into the ground even using 15" pads. The cable and Wi-Fi are great as well as the hook ups. The park right now is very muddy in a month it should dry out.
The site are OK easy pull thur for big rigs that is the good news and the staff are very nice. The "Bad" don't use the WiFi first it won't work but it will also load a new front page on your computer lots of fun with that one. The cable was very bad on all channels
Wow I thought gold was expensive try a night at this KOA! The Park has some nice spots but the regular spots at 62 bucks "Stop the Wagons" The staff told me that's the price take it or leave. It had been a long day or I would have taken the latter. The hook ups are good the park is not Pet Friendly with a play pen size walking area very bad as some of us do travel with pets. I don't plan to stop here again.
Watch out for the tight entry from the road, it's really to tight for a big rig and if you do this at night you may have damage to your rig. The park is very dusty this time of year, the site have good hook ups but are very tight for your slides. Wi Fi was OK. We would not stay here again.
We have stopped at this park many times, they are set up for Big Rigs with the best sites back-ins. The only sites with cable are on the south end of the park (25-30 sites). They keep the park in good shape and hook ups are in the correct location for newer rigs. We like spots 97,98,99,100,and 101 these sites are away from the frontage road and very quite. You have lots of things to do if your planning to stay for a week or longer. The park offers a great value, we will stay here again.
This park is in very bad shape. The section we stayed in did not offer 50amp service. Sites are too narrow and pulling into the site was difficult. We dug a 15ft trench with our right rear wheels pulling into the site. I thought we would need a tow, but we got out OK. When I looked at other sites in this section of the park, every space had the same problem. I went to office and pointed out the problem to the staff. They told me if I had a problem with the sites I should not stay with them. This park has never updated for big rigs and overcharges because it's the only game in town! KOA is really not in touch with the customers.
The park is in a very bad part of town, its also not in the best of shape. I have used the park for 12 years and will not stay here again. I had a run in with the manager about washing the rig, I have washed the coach many times in this park and never had a problem they have an added charge of 5.00 if you wash, I have no problem with the fee but sometimes they charge and some times the don't the office indicated the manager was the issues, I would agree. If he had told me of the fee I would have had a choice he just came over and told me I needed to pay 5.00 I offered to stop washing but he told me that since I washed the dirt from my car I needed to pay. I think it would have been more hospitable and professional of the manager to have informed me of the rule then given me the option after all the nature of the RV Park is to be Hospitable no one likes to be hit with nickle and dime fees. I will avoid this park from now on due to the very unprofessional management to bad the office staff are very nice. You have better parks just south of Portland.
If you are heading north on 101 this is a NICE PARK for Big Rigs, the rate is good and the staff very helpful, they even took us to our spot and helped with hook ups. The park is showing some signs of use but its set up well with EZ hook ups. The cable is very basic but Wi-Fi is fair not good enough to stream Netflicks. We would stay here again.
It's a great place to spend a night or two, EZ hook ups and nice pull through sites. The buffet on Friday and Sat is over priced and the food was over cooked. Lots of interesting shops just done the road to keep your interest. I would stay here again.
"NOT BIG RIG" friendly. We called on the phone after 5PM and had no idea what we bit off. Do not go to this park in the dark! The road is about 5 miles of very tight turns, some hair pins. The 5 mile trip took us 45 minutes at night. Once you get on the road you have no way out. Once at the park we took a look at some of the spots but didn't feel good about taking our rig into any of them. It was dark and the parking spots are gravel sites. They are very narrow, in the dark it was not possible to park. We parked next to the office with no hook ups. In the morning the office opens at 8AM, we hung around hoping to get a break on the $60.00 rate since we had no hook up/no Wi-Fi, and didn't use anything in the park. The owner gave us $15.00 off the full rate, what a deal! I would advise anyone with a rig of 35-45ft to go elsewhere. I know this was somewhat our own doing, but how would anyone know about the road or the management of this Park? Trust me, you won't find this information in the KOA book. My advise: keep on trucking down the road.
The Park is almost big rig accessible!!! Be very careful pulling into the new area. They have a large ditch on your right side, the road is too close and your rig will dip into this ditch in the turn. The park needs to fix this or change the route as it's just too tight. I did talk to the staff about this problem. The new area will be good in a few years. It really needs to mature, right now they have new grass but all of the new area is really a mud hole. The sites are all back-ins, the hook ups are good. The sites are very soft. We dug holes in the gravel parking site about 5" deep so they have not been compacted well, or they didn't remove the top soil. The sites are really a little narrow. You can get your car next to your rig but the passengers' will be stepping into plantings as they get out of the car. You can not park in front of your rig as this will block the road access.
The park is old but in good shape, they are really not set up for big rigs, we are 44 ft, the sites are around 30-40ft we pulled in facing the river so all the hook ups are backwards we did get 50 amps from the site next to us, but if they are full you may as well take a site not on the water. They are pet friendly and you have a lot of park to walk in. The park is about 5 min. from town in a car. No sewer available, they do provide a fair dump station.
This is a great park, located just off HWY 99 next to Camping World. The office staff was very hospitable and provide a follow me car to your site! The sites are level and hook ups are Big Rig Friendly. They have a great restaurant bar with entertainment on the weekends. This is really a great stop!
This is a nice park in that it is close to the downtown, 5 miles. It is predominantly a retirement village, with long term residents with lots of trailers a few RV's for the snow-birds. They do rent some spots for short term RVers. The short-term area is very adequate and well maintained. I would not recommend this park to anyone with a pet. They have rules preventing you from walking a dog any place inside of the park. You must walk outside of the park, so unless you have a stroller like the full time residents, you need to carry your pet a long way or drive. They don't advertise this rule nor tell you this until you check in. This is very bad policy, and had we been told of this we would have found other accommodations! The other issue is the front gate. On arrival you are stopped at a front gate with limited space; you don't have sufficient space to clear your tow car from the street. No one form the office came by to open the gate for us. We are only 65 ft long (44ft coach plus the car). One of the residents came by to rescue us form this dangerous situation. It's just as bad when you leave; you have to pull out into traffic or risk the gates closing on your tow car. The Wi-Fi was very poor. I also felt the staff in the office to be inhospitable to short term renters. I feel you're better spending a little more and enjoy the park next door; plus you can enjoy the golf.