Very unusual park. It's owned by the municipality and sits immediately adjacent to the marina. Grass sites, gravel roads. There was a mix-up with our reservation and we had to move after the first night, but they didn't charge us for that night. Very friendly management. Spectacular views across Puget Sound to the Cascades. Sites on the loop are easier to get in/get out. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a gem of a small park. Beautifully maintained, with the cleanest laundry room I have seen. Very friendly and very helpful park employees. Excellent fenced dog park with toys and a plastic swimming pool. Gravel sites which are generally level. There is a certain level of road noise as the park is adjacent to US 101. We will definitely stay here again.
If you don't like dogs, you may want to stay somewhere else. Dogs are not leashed. That said, this is a wonderful park with a stunning setting. Our site was directly across the interior road from the beach. Gravel interior road, gravel sites. There's a small grocery store on site, as this park is 14 miles from Forks.
This is a very quiet park (next to a cemetery) with lots of shrubs and fences separating the large sites. Ours was a pull-through with dead-level gravel. There's a sizable area behind the last row of sites which makes a great place to walk dogs. Laundry room was clean and tidy with large capacity washers and driers. We will definitely stay here again.
This park is set on a hillside, but the gravel sites are level with paved interior roads. Their permanent residents are in one section of the park and the traveling folks in another section. Very helpful and friendly park manager. Definitely plan to stay here again.
Very pretty large campground close to I-29. Helpful management. There seem to be a large number of permanent/semi-permanent residents. No off-leash area. Do not try to use street address to navigate to it via GPS systems; use GPS coordinates only. Rate is with Good Sam discount.
This campground sits directly on the banks of the Missouri River. There is a boat ramp available and the park seems to attract a lot of fishermen. Gravel sites and roads. No off-leash area. Rate is with Good Sam's discount.
This is a small campground close to I-29 which makes for an easy stop-over. Management is friendly. Gravel sites and roads with room to maneuver. Restaurants and fuel are within a block or two. Rate is with Good Sam discount. Nice shady off-leash area with 4 foot chain link fence.
This is a very nice park. Large level sites and room to maneuver. It's quite close to I-40 so it's noisy. Although it's "pet friendly" it has a full page of "don'ts" and the fenced-in dog play areas are at the far corner of the park and dirt. Would be solid mud if it was rainy. We will probably stay somewhere else next time.
Quiet small park close to I-40 on the east side of Albuquerque. Friendly staff. Sites are quite close together. Many permanent residents. Nothing fancy but it's convenient. We will stay here again when we visit Albuquerque.
Nice park with beautiful views away from the road. Passion Play Road carries a fair amount of traffic, especially motorcycles. The lowest numbered sites are next to the road; ask for something above 30.
Stayed three nights here. It's a small park with mostly permanent or semi-permanent residents. There is space for travelers, though. Park management is very friendly. NO traffic noise. Plenty of room to maneuver inside the park. We will stay here again.