This is a terrific park and I would like to rate it higher than a ten. It is spacious with lovely sites, many looking out over their 9 hole golf course.There is a constant cool breeze that made us stay outside as much as possible. They have one 'extra premium' site where we stayed for one week, our second stay here this summer. For $75 a night we had an enormous private patio, grill, glass enclosed, and enough room for a party of 50, even though we were only two. The site overlooking the golf course where we stayed at our first time, for much less cost, was also a wonderfully spacious, clean site with a lovely ambiance. They have a huge oval grass area so that you are surrounded by grass front and back. They have cabins (park model) to rent should you have a large group. Astoria is a lovely place for a several day stay, with Lewis & Clark sites, a terrific not to be missed maritime museum and more. The owners couldn't have been nicer. The husband, a life long resident and ex-dairy farmer gave us a fabulous personal tour of a local dairy, milking operation and a tour of the area to understand the dikes, sloughs and tidal drainage systems, etc. What an education.We were sorry to leave.
We just loved this rv park. The sites are mostly gravel, but are nestled among luscious tall trees. Our site was one of the premium sites that had a gazebo as well as a picnic table and fire pit. It was quiet and spacious. Our only complaint was that the park had gravel interior roads which became dusty. The park treats these roads periodically to control this dust, and after a treatment, the dust decreases dramatically. Our daily rate reflects a monthly rate plus electricity that we paid separately. We checked out the other parks in the area and felt this was the best one. Another park has waterfront, with a view of a refinery. We gladly fore go that view to get privacy, spaciousness, quiet, and beautiful forest. The reason we gave this a 9 instead of a 10 is the gravel interior roads.
This was the worst campground that I have ever stayed in. While the staff at the campground were all very friendly and tried their best to be helpful, the aging infrastructure is beyond just being nice. We first had problems with the power in the park. They have low voltage, and our power management system kept our coach safe, cutting power when the voltage dropped, and giving us the error code. I complained to management and was told that that was common and nothing could be done about it because the campground was old. We then hooked up the sewer lines to dump our tanks and then the problems escalated immediately. Our black water would not drain into the sewer pipe, and backed up in the sewer hose. We immediately reported the problem to management, who came out and assessed the problem, told us there was nothing he could and told us to dump our black water out on the ground. This is beyond disgusting. We did as told, and the employee came back and tried to then clean up the mess with his hands. We gave him gloves and a plastic garbage bag. He eventually figured out a way that we were able to complete the task, but then he mentioned that this was a known problem, and that the previous campers also had a problem. The campground was full, preventing us from moving to another site, so we unhooked all our connections, turned on our generator and left the next morning at 6 am. We would have left that night, but it was already so late we did not feel comfortable leaving at that time. While the sewer problems were being addressed another employee came by and said the sand pump at the pool had gone out and that there were big problems at the pool. The owners of this campground need to invest some serious money in the facility or they need to shut down the campground.
This park has new owners who have widened the sites to 40 feet, put in concrete patios, with tables and fire ring, and carefully manicured gravel roads. There is landscaping and some mature trees. This area is arid, so grass is scarce. They are in the process of creating more amenities. They allow no tents. We enjoyed our stay and can recommend it heartily. The area is rich in activities and the views of the sunsets magnificent.
This is a lovely, quiet park about a mile off the interstate. Pull through site was level, with a covered patio table at each site. The owners support local charities with an ice cream social each night which is lovely. Wi-Fi was good. We did not use laundry, showers, or rest rooms, so cannot comment on those. This is an excellent location for visiting the Little Bighorn Battleground.
We camped here in one of the premium sites. These sites have concrete patios, tiled tables with large umbrellas, patio chairs with cushions, a private stainless grill, and wooden benches around the fire ring. Each site is landscaped with flowers, shrubs, and lush grass. We enjoyed our stay enormously. Campground is off the road, very quiet, and incredibly well run. Activities for children are numerous, with a cafe on site and ice cream at night. Wildlife lectures also at night. Other sites with less amenities were spotless, and most sites had plenty of room. This RV park has something for everyone.