We have stayed at this park for the last seven years while returning from Oregon. It's disappointing to see the steady decline in the park. The roads in the park are getting worse each year. Pot holes, etc. Our site was half full of water. The biggest disappointment is the lack of any management on site. Finding a site and hoping it wasn't already reserved was challenging. We called the previous day to make reservations. Had to leave a message but no one called back. The park is within easy walking distance to Walmart, many restaurants, and of course the Cabela's store. The Wi-Fi worked great. With just a little care on Cabela's part this could be a very nice park once again.
Nice clean well maintained park. Just fine for an overnight stop. Sites were large enough and easy to pull in and out of. This is the kind of park we enjoy, well laid out, friendly staff, and not overloaded with amenities not needed for overnight. The Wi-Fi worked great also. Enjoyed watching a pair of bluebirds care for their young as a bluebird box was placed just outside of our window.
Beautiful park. The largest campground that we have ever stayed in during our 7 years of travels! The lakefront and bridge view is awesome, especially at night. Check in is a little different but nice people. Being so large, a nicer campground map would help and as mentioned before the Wi-Fi is spotty at best. We would stay here again.
Attendant was very friendly and helpful. We were escorted to our site. Most sites are terraced into the hill. This is ok but the sites are narrow so it doesn't leave much room around the rig. We paid for a pull through site but the attendant cheerfully told us we would have to unhook! We were going to anyway but still. The interior roads are rough pavement, fine gravel covers the sites. Wi-Fi was advertised and the attendant told us there are three connections to try. All three are very weak. For the amount charged, we felt overcharged for this campground.
In our opinion this is how a campground should be laid out and operated. This was a great discovery. After spending a month in Eugene we decided to spend another couple days in central Oregon before heading north. We usually stay north of La Pine, nearer to the local attractions, which is the only downside to this park. We were signed in by two of the nicest folks and they walked us to our site which was a long level pull through. All the pull through sites (12) seemed to be as such. Hook ups were sensibly located. WiFi worked well. There is a walking trail that met other trails through the woods. Nothing fancy here, just a nice quiet, thoughtfully landscaped park that invites you to relax. I also noticed they also offer very attractive weekly and monthly rates. We will be spending more time here next year regardless of the additional travel time to many of the northbound attractions.
This is one of the top 5 RV parks we have ever stayed in. A relatively new park every detail has been thoughtfully planned out. Large level sites with long pull throughs. Close to I-84 but very faint traffic noise. Thee hookups are placed where they need to be. The Wi-Fi works excellent once signed in. We have stayed here for the past three years and have never been disappointed.
Wonderful campground. The paved pull through lots, logical location of hook ups, and in the brutal heat of southern Utah the beautiful shade trees were a godsend. The staff was courteous and helpful. The only slight negative was the Wi-Fi was slow at times but they had several servers to choose from so switching back and forth solved that problem. This is on my "stay again list"
Park is not well managed. Does not come close to The Trailer Life campground ratings in their book. We were given a pull through site near the road because the park was near capacity. This was of our choosing but the trees were not trimmed making it difficult to pull into the site. The water connection valve leaked terribly. This was a 30 amp site. We lost all power about one half hour after setting up. After finding the manager, I walked with her to the breaker panel to reset the breaker. I noticed the 100 amp breaker provided the power to seven sites! We have been traveling in our motorhome for 3 months of the past three years, I rarely complain about a park but this place takes the cake! By the way we were recently informed about the RV park review website and I think it is a wonderful way to share park information. Thank you!