This park is definitely NOT big rig friendly. We have a pull-thru site that has our awning in the road and we are only 36' with a tow car. Our biggest negative is lack of power. We got a 30 amp site which does well to pull 107 volts. Our power shuts down if we are underpowered and that happened as soon as we got set up in the heat. We need to run our a/c and power is fluctuating between 106 and 109. This park is really inexpensive which is not the reason we camped here. We only needed electric so it was less than a full hook up site. I suggest they increase their prices and make some much needed improvements. We definitely will not stop here again and if our power goes off again we're outta here today!
We paid a premium price plus $14 for a reservation fee and we did not have a premium site. We have the dirt entry road within 20 yards and an interior dirt road about 6 ft outside our front door. Other sites look spacious with lush grass, but our "premium" site is anything but. We are terribly unhappy about this since we seldom splurge for such expensive spots. There are no amenities, no pool, no activities, just a dirt road and a dusty narrow spot. We definitely would not return. We saw many nice looking parks in the area. I would advise anyone to explore other options. It's spot was hugely overpriced! We definitely would not return.
This a great city park adjacent to a wonderful, historic park area with nice walking/bike paths. Our spot was a bit snug with little room to park our car, but the setting was worth it. Lots of grassy areas and nice foliage. We would definitely stay here again.
We booked this reservation online which was our first mistake. No Good Sam discount if booked by internet. This is an old KOA. You can tell by the office building. It's dusty, lots of grassy areas except where we are parked. Very little room for our tow car. Overall not a good experience especially considering how much they charge for this place. On the good side, we got satellite just fine, and internet worked as well. Looks like a nice pool and probably a good place for families. We definitely would not stay here again. Not worth the very high price tag for what we got!
Now, this is my idea of an RV park. Grounds were beautiful with tons of fresh flowers everywhere. We were in a pull-through site that was huge. It appears that they are installing a watering system for other parts of the park that are more shaded than where we were but this is a great park. Nice big laundry, clean rest rooms, a big lounge area with big screen TV. We had good internet and satellite reception. It was quiet and spotlessly clean. Wonderful stop. We would definitely go out of our way to stay here again for more than an overnight stop.
We stayed here with Passport America. It would not have been worth the regular rate for us since internet service was non-existent unless you were parked at the front which we were not. And we could not get satellite since there are tall trees lining each site in the direction of of satellite access. If you want to play golf and camp it's a good location. The course looked nice. We would not stay here again
Nightly rate stated is based on a one month stay and we wish we could be here longer. This park is unique in our twelve years of full time RVing. It's a small working produce farm with very nicely landscaped and spaced RV sites. Our pull-through spot overlooks fields of tomatoes, beans and other veggies. We're positioned on a hill which also overlooks the verdant valley below which is dotted with orchards and vineyards. We are a five minute drive from all the necessary amenities of town, groceries, banks, shopping mall and movie theaters. If you're into overcrowded, huge parks with tired and outdated facilities and clubhouses from the 70s with a pool filled with people, this is not your spot. It is quiet and peaceful here. There are no planned activities. You have to be content with sitting in your lawn chair with a glass of wine and enjoying the view. However, we are very close to all sorts of activities. Hiking and biking trails abound in the area and there are lots of wineries for tasting. A perfect setting for our lifestyle.
This park is literally on the border but quite convenient to Vancouver. It is very well maintained. It has a nice indoor pool and is close to restaurants and other conveniences. Sites are narrow, some more so than others, but all have a bit of a grassy area and picnic table. One word of caution; you must have a water pressure regulator or you will have water problems. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is my personal favorite. It's always well maintained, views are great and service is friendly. This trip we opted for a deluxe space with a cabana which gave us more room and a place to sit if it's raining, great for our bikes.
This is a small park but with all we needed for an overnight stay, clean, well-maintained sites with quality hook-ups. It's at the north end of A-3 highway and US395 and was convenient to get in and out. No traffic noise even though it's at an intersection. It's a great overnight stop.
We are not KOA fans. They're usually older campgrounds with too many sites and feel crowded and messy. This KOA was a pleasant surprise. Immaculately maintained and run by friendly and helpful people. It's a small park, perhaps part of the reason we found it to be so pleasing. Nice grassy sites, near Highway 97 but no traffic noise. Good Wi-Fi, nice little store with excellent selection of all sorts of items, clean laundry and nice pool. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
What a find in what could only be considered a stretch of highway that has little to offer the RVer. It was clean, well maintained, had a helpful and friendly host and was in a picturesque setting. There's even a nice little Safeway grocery within walking distance. We would definitely stay here again.
A great park for overnight or longer stays. Immaculately maintained, long, level sites. Showers even have individual fabric bath mats for each user and all are private rooms. Staff goes beyond helpful. There's a nice big swimming pool and access is convenient to I-84 but far enough away to make this spot nice and quiet. We will definitely stay here on our next visit. In this day of overpriced and run down RV "resorts", it's great to find gems like this one among the thorns.
This is a park about which I cannot think of a single criticism. It is spacious, manicured, lots of space between sites, bricked area for patio tables, even the utility and sewer areas are bricked. Our site was a pull in looking at the lake which is well stocked with trout. It is immaculately maintained, management is friendly, roads and sites are nicely paved. If I were constructing a new RV resort, this place would be an excellent guide. Obviously we loved it and will definitely return.
We were in a site overlooking the mighty Columbia River and loved watching the massive tankers and barges floating by. There's a nice big grassy area along the river. Sites are well maintained, roads paved, a very nice quiet spot to relax and enjoy the scenery. Office staff were helpful and friendly. We would definitely stay here again. If you come, check out America's Family Diner for breakfast or lunch. It's a little gem of a place.
We first stayed in this park back in 2001 and loved the setting, right on the bay with water views on three sides. This year marks our 4th visit and each time there are noticeable improvements, a new additional building with showers and restrooms, updated laundry, picnic shelters with tables sprinkled at sites throughout the park. Sites are level with grass between and picnic tables. Staff members are friendly and helpful. My only criticism is the funky sewer setup which doesn't have a screw on fitting. Sewer hose simply sits on top of the pipe-not good. Everything else we love here. There's a great bike/walking path that goes all the way into Anacortes which is about a mile. It's a great park in a great part of the USA.
The nightly rate I've given is based on their weekly rate so it would be more for nightly. This little gem of an RV park is in a beautiful setting just south of the town of Eugene. There's plenty of grassy areas and trees throughout. All sites and roads are paved and we have found it to be the perfect spot for enjoying the sights and sounds of Eugene. We stayed here when it opened several years ago and it's just as nice as it was then. Well maintained and what an RVer would hope to find.
Oregon State Parks are an excellent alternative to paved parking lots that call themselves RV Resorts. This park is excellent indeed. It has a path down to one of the most beautiful beaches on the West Coast. Our site was well manicured, spacious, and beautiful. I highly recommend this park for its location and excellent sense of the beautiful Oregon coast.
This park was like a breath of fresh air after having stayed in parks with high ratings in RV campground guides only to find them sorely lacking in many areas. Marina Dunes has a helpful, friendly staff. The park is in a very pretty setting and close to all the best of the Monterey area. My only complaint is that sites tend to be a bit tight although we managed just fine. Parking can be a challenge in big rigs due to greenery on the boundaries of each site. Also, the rate was a bit steep in our view. There's a path to the beach right across the street and access to the miles long bike path that goes along Monterey Bay.
I wish I had read the last review before coming. We try to avoid parks where most sites are occupied by full time residents. It tends to make parks junky and run down which this definitely is. Our site was dirt, (road is paved) old hookups and lots of junk around. Won't bother to stay here again. For a traveling RVer this isn't the type of place we want to stay. The Trailer Life rating is way too high.