Large pull-throughs, fairly flat with full-hook and 50 Amp service. Park was nothing fancy and a bit rundown. Owner was very friendly and helpful: showed us to site and assisted with hook-ups. It is a great overnight stop and a good price. I (38 foot rig) would stay here again.
Large flat gravel pull-thoughs. Easy in-easy out for 38 ft. 5th wheel. All utilities work well. Cable TV with good channel selection. Very vice pool. Camp host showed us to site and assisted with helping us park.
Rate reflects PA rate: excellent value. Park well maintained. Wide, shaded flat pull-throughs with small patios by each site. Plenty of space for 38 ft. 5th wheel. Beautiful setting with red sandstone cliffs behind park. Utilities very good: cable TV with lots of channels. Laundry on site: very clean.
Beautiful shaded flat pull-throughs. Easy in-easy out. Plenty of space for 38ft. fifth wheel. Park well-maintained. Nice pool. Surrounded on 3 sides by small river: shaded walkway around it. In the evenings have snack shack open for shaved ice treats and ice cream. All utilities worked well: cable TV with lots of channels. Some channels are a little fuzzy but not bad. Surrounding area very pretty.
Main park full so stayed in annex which is older and across street. Had a back-in which was a little difficult for a big rig due to location of small tree and sewer outlet. We have a 38 footer with 4 slides. The roads and sites are gravel. Site level. Not as well-maintained as the main park but was OK. Did drive through main park and as far as I could tell all site asphalt with good roads. Good walking paths near park and close to some of the areas sights such as the Aquarium. Did enjoy our stay here.
Very nice well-maintained park. One of the best we have been to on or Oregon coast trip. Pull through big enough for 38 foot 5th wheel with 4 slides. Easy in-easy out. Lots of TV channels on cable. No laundry but nice laundromat across street. Host very nice. As previously stated in other review they brought us a goody basket and a local paper. Hardware and grocery store close. If you like a longer walk, walk to the port and watch the fishing boats come in and see the boats lifted from the water by a crane.
Very basic with full hook-ups. Back-in sites up front across from office. Pull-through near back of park: grassy with some gravel. Pull throughs were easy-in and easy-out. Staff helpful with pointing out area sights. No TV with antenna and they did not have cable. Our site was in need of mowing: grass/weeds grown up under picnic table. Upon entering the park, I noticed many old RVs/cars in disrepair. Several with tarps thrown over their roof. It was a little scary at first. Then I noticed that they were not occupied as far as I could tell. Many had "For Sale" signs on them. I don't believe they were a part of the park.
No frills campground but well priced for Seattle area. Sites were grassy but level. All services were at the back of the sites. Campground was not full so we had plenty of space. If it had been full the sites would have been very tight. Convenient to mass transit. We went to Tacoma and took express bus to Seattle--45 minutes and didn't have to fight the traffic. If you are looking for a base for sightseeing this is a good place. Only issue was TV reception--seemed to be dependent on location in park.
Very nice campground close to town. Beautiful grounds with flowers and pond. Several areas to sit around the water. Good area for dogs--fenced so they can run without leash. Camped with 38' 5th wheel. They did have good pull through sites for larger rigs. Our site was the last one available and was a little difficult getting into. Hosts helped us get in. Laundry was extremely clean and priced well: $1.25 for washer and 1.00 for dryer (40 minutes). Close to Walmart and other services. Would definitely stay here again.