A quiet park in a residential area. Front section is mobile homes, but KOA signs and office are clearly visible at the entrance and further in. Helpful staff at sign-in. Lots of room, good hook-ups. Gravel pad needed a bit of leveling on set-up. Grass area and picnic table. Disconnect your water lines on frosty nights. Clean washrooms. We stayed here en-route to Bryce Canyon for nearby shopping and refuel.
We stayed here overnight. Easy in/out. Staff were very friendly and thorough. Did not show us to our site, but it was easy to find. Two concrete strips with gravel between, grass area, and table. Local wines are available at the office/store if you miss the near-by wine-tasting sites. Propane is also available. Very clean facility and quite empty this time of year. New trees at sites. A walk-way around the park for a stroll before dark. Only downsides were train whistles as they went through town and Wi-Fi that quit a couple of times. Lots of things to see and do in the town.
Good spot for an overnight stop before crossing the border into the US at the Alderbrook crossing. Easy in/out off highway 13. Manager and staff were very friendly and thorough. Showed us to our site and even offered to help with hook-ups. Water connection was underground to protect from freezing. We had a back-in because there are only a very few pull-throughs - if you can call them that. They require a very tight turn to get out. It is best to back out! A tidy park. Spaces are a bit tight, but we managed. We didn't use the facilities, and our main frustration was the totally unreliable Wi-Fi. It constantly disconnected, going from strength 4 to zero, then reconnected for no apparent reason.
One of several small orchard farm RV parks in the area. Very friendly and accommodating owner. Laundry and pop machines, but you'll need to be self-contained for shower and toilet. Wide open on hillside - spectacular view down the valley. Good spot for a few days of visiting and sight-seeing.
Small, tidy park. Well-maintained. Friendly and helpful owner took us to the site and helped us park. Off-season rate. Tight in and out for a big rig. Sites are a also bit tight for RVs with slides. Trees made satellite reception a bit of a challenge. Located next to a couple of run-down motels, one with it's own trailer park. Walkway along the river to an activities and beach area.
A work in progress! New web site. Apparently new owners after KOA let it get too run-down. Much in need of maintenance: some updates evident. Road is in poor shape, land-clearing going on in development lots behind sites. Treed sites were not good for satellite reception. Good enough for an overnight stay. Basic services plus WiFi and cable TV. Washrooms near sites were nailed shut: only washrooms located at the main building were available. The ladies washroom was closed apparently due to the floor being worked on. Charged full rate, although most parks in the area are still on off-season rates.
Nothing fancy: good enough for an overnight stay with basic services. Caretaker lives across the road. There is only one pull-through, rest are back-ins. The 14 sites are arranged in a circle beside the river. Washrooms are available, but we did not use them. No cable TV, no WiFi.
A Good Sam Park. It's a neat, clean RV park on a lakeshore. We were given a long-term site just across the road from the lakeshore, even though we were only here for a couple of nights. Lots of fishermen with boats were using the park on the weekend we were here. Has pleasant staff/owners. Washrooms were generally clean, but there is a bug problem with the lights being constantly on and poor seals on the bottom of the doors. Some washrooms are locked by management, but no indication of which ones are in use or available. There are lots of ducks and geese. We sat out and enjoyed several sunsets by the lakeshore, but watch out for the geese droppings!
This park is run-down. Expected much better for the only RV park near the ferry terminal. One washroom building is locked up. The other is fairly clean but only one shower on the men's side works. Instead of replacing a nozzle, they screwed the door shut! The third shower has no light. The laundry was in bad shape. WiFi was available but intermittent. Apparently this park was run by the city until it was sold a couple of years ago. Needs some money put back into maintenance! It's a black eye for the community.
Park is located on a frontage road close to highway, but little noise overnight which did not bother us. Easy in & out. Friendly owner at check-in. Free WiFi, however it seemed intermittent some of the time. No cable TV, but good reception on a couple of channels with our antenna up. Gravel pads with rough grass and weeds, picnic tables. Nice view of the mountains. Clean washrooms. Has a wildlife exhibit across the highway and it's a short drive into town. Diesel prices were the same as most locations along highways 97 & 16. Recommended for an overnight stay.
Friendly welcome by owner. Nice, tidy park. Very quiet - no train or highway noises. Basic price for pull-through included cable TV; $3.00 extra for Wi-Fi. Washrooms and laundry were very clean. Some sites are terraced so beware of a steep drop-off. Short drive into town. Cheapest gas is at Extra Foods, but pumps are not RV friendly. I would recommend this park for an over nighter, or longer if you're visiting the area.
Located just off the Trans-Canada Highway, about an hour's drive east of Vancouver, easy in and out. Office staff was perfunctory: register and have a nice stay. Key code access gate to get into park. Several long-term sites, but relatively tidy. Sites are well-treed, level, packed gravel with grass on the side. Hook-ups were in the middle, so no problem there. WiFi and cable TV worked fine. Used MagicJack phone on WiFi and that worked fine also. Some train whistles through the night. It's a short drive to restaurants and shops. There is a golf course next door; and a major RV sales and service center across the highway. Good spot for an overnighter before heading into the interior of British Columbia.
Great for an overnight stop. Easy off/on highway 58. Lots of large, clean sites. Cable & free WiFi worked great. Some traffic noise from Edison Rd, but little from the freeway. Some train whistles, but pretty far away - didn't disturb us at night. Orange trees were in bloom - flowers and bees may be a problem this time of year for those with severe allergies. Free coffee and a doughnut at the office in the morning. Shell truck stop with cheapest diesel at the next exit to the west of the park (2 miles). We would definitely stay here again.
Easy off Interstate 5. Maybe OK for an overnight in a pinch, but a bit "tired" and overpriced for what you get. Prices vary for 30 & 50 amp sites. No Good Sam or AAA discount if you use a credit card. Nightly rate we paid was for cash, 30 amp. No cable, no local air TV, WiFi is not provided by the park: ISP charges $6.95 per day. No handout or local area map. Had to ask for a receipt. Sites were gravel and some coarse grass. Ours was a bit muddy from newly installed water lines. Most sites appear to share utilities posts, so pull-in direction alternates. Can't reach some posts without extension cords and extra hose because they are at the far, wrong end of the site from the rig, not in the middle. Washrooms appeared to be newly renovated, were very nice and clean. Convenience store and gas station were just off the freeway and before you get to the park. We won't be using this RV Park again on our snowbird travels.
Great for an overnight stay - although limited number of spaces. Very nice host couple. Exceptionally clean rest rooms. No cable here (or at the KOA next door) but can receive several broadcast stations. Wi-Fi worked well. Watch out for the very high gas prices in the area - 60 cents a gallon more than Parker, AZ!
It is the best overnight stop we've found so far between Bakersfield and Sacramento. There is easy access off I-5. There are paved roads but rough pull-throughs, psrt gravel, part rough poured concrete. There is limited cable TV. The WiFi worked fine. There are shops and gas stations nearby.
We have stayed here several times travelling through Medford. It is a very good place to stay overnight. There is easy access off I-5. The staff is friendly. There are very clean restrooms, laundry. There is a seasonal outdoor pool. There is a strip mall between park and the freeway. The cable & WiFi worked well. The sign says 5-star, but it is looking a bit worn with some permanent RVs.
Very good for an overnight stop. Watch out: gas prices are very high in this area! Hosts met us on arrival: very friendly reception! Pull-through site was a bit tight for slide-out due to trees. Gravel site with a concrete pad. Lots of bushes and trees for privacy. Some roads are paved, some are gravel.
Very good for an overnight stop. Quiet, well away from the freeway. Paved sites with grass. Nuisance was garbage pick-up truck with back-up beeper at 05:30 am! Wi-Fi is not free, but is available from Safeway on other side of the freeway. A Good Sam park.