Far enough off the main road to be quiet, but close enough to be easily found. It is indeed shady, or will be once the leaves have returned (darn late spring!). Sites nicely spaced, pretty level. Very nice employees. They are renovating the place currently, and when they're done it may well deserve a 10.
The interstate runs right next to this place, like most KOA's (which this used to be). The access road to the campground is a bit rutted and dusty (it hasn't rained recently), but I went slow and had no problem. Very nice workers.
The park charges per person, which is interesting. Restrooms were cleaned every day. My spot was muddy when it rained. Lots of road noise, but that is about the only negative (and I don't mind road noise personally). Right on the river. Very nice workers.
Like most KOA's, it's right next to the highway. A restaurant and harness racetrack/casino are a mile or so away via a trail. Sites not too level, there's little shade. Washrooms are inconsistent: one near office is filthy, one farther away is cleaner. WiFi is present, but glacially slow. Has nice workers and a small cold pool.
A nice wooded campground, with some problems. WiFi is sporadic at best. Many of the sites, particularly on the periphery, are not level at all. Pretty quiet, except for a rail line with occasional trains that need to blow horns because of a blind crossing.
Bring an extension cord for your electric if you don't have a very long cord; mine wouldn't reach (the outlets are between spots, and the spots aren't that close together). Mostly wooded, great bathhouses, wonderful beach. Reserve early (and hope) for waterfront, but other spots usually available. Right next to TransCanada highway, so can be noisy.
True, about half the park is a parking lot with really wide spaces, and the sites are close together. But it's in a great location (I walked to downtown in less than half an hour), has a great view, gets great breezes, and I had no problem with the WiFi or power. Would definitely stay here again.
Almost no shade. Paved sites (sites are black and get VERY hot in the sun), fairly level, often with bushes in between. You'll need a bike or car to get anywhere or have a lot of time; the beach and lodge and such are a mile or two away. Weekend activities galore.
If you are sensitive to noise, don't stay here. Between the trains (which do indeed shake your rig, if you're in one of the sites that back up to the river) and the semi's that idle near the motel, it's loud. However, if you can sleep through anything, it's not a bad place to spend the night.
Great location, on a bus route, near stores/restaurants. Sites can be small, only some have fire pits (tent sites and deluxe/premium sites), and bracelets needed to use the pool/hot tub/game room. The planes didn't bother me at all (it's actually quiet for a KOA). Nice people.
Yes, the trains do go right by the campground, but mostly in the evening. There's also an electrical substation (I think) that hums constantly. Neither bothered me inside the RV. The sites are indeed narrow, although an end site might get around that. The people were nice, the store was well-stocked, and the pool had warm water coming into it (it was a bit cool, but they were trying). No bugs as of yet.
Yep, it's expensive, but it's very convenient to visiting Seattle. There's a bus stop right across the (rather noisy, which is usual for KOA's) street, that during rush hours will take you directly downtown. The sites are narrow, there are trees that may prevent awnings from being used, and the roads are narrow. But in my smaller rig I had absolutely no problems. The staff is nice, the place is well kept up, and I'd stay here again.
No showers, no electric, great view. Some pull-through sites, though most back-in and not particularly level. Some long sites as well, but mostly geared toward tent camping and smaller rigs. I was in a site next to Hwy 101, which wasn't particularly loud; very few logging trucks, and much of the traffic was intermittent (I've been at much louder campgrounds). Lots of pets, and dogs are allowed on the beach.
Huge and empty, except for extended-stay (which are all at one end of the park) and on weekends where there's a concert at the Gorge. WiFi is available at the office/general store. Two restaurants within walking distance, but that's about it. Wonderful view of hills and the Columbia. Not too much noise from Interstate.
A nice little park between the highway (not too noisy) and the river (too high to swim in now, but pretty). Lots of extended-stay people, but everyone was nice and things are kept-up. Showers are CA$1, but lots of hot water. Not much within walking distance. WiFi only worked next to the office.
Small and a bit dusty, without much of a view. I wouldn't try to take a big rig in here. There are only some sites that would take it: there are some long sites set up for two smaller rigs, but could take one long one. My 24' rig nearly filled my spot, and most looked about the same size. The restrooms are down the hill in the main lodge, as are the pools (which are nice, although expensive). There is pretty much nothing around, so bring what you need. There is a restaurant on site, fairly fancy. The WiFi was marginal at the site, but improves the closer you go to the lodge.
Most of the RV sites are in an open field down the hill and away from the pool, as are many nonserviced sites (which tend to be more wooded). Showers cost CA$3 for six minutes, which is ridiculous. The pools are nice, if not fancy, and rather expensive. The area is pretty, but with the TransCanada and a railroad running right next to the campsites (I could see trains from my site), it is NOT quiet. They advertise WiFi, but I couldn't find it. There is nothing around for miles, so bring food with you or expect to drive to Revelstoke.
Very large park, with many types of sites. I stayed at a paved deluxe site, which wasn't particularly level. WiFi is pay only, and the machine was not working when I was here. The washrooms were clean, as was the place itself. I did pay for the pools, which were well worth it. But yes, it's overpriced.
The woman at the desk was very, very nice. My spot was level and had a bit of shade, although many others didn't. There was some road noise, and a bit of dust from construction across the road (the wind was strong out of the south), but overall well-kept. Electric was fine, and the water was city water and ran clear. WiFi was good.
Lots of shade trees, some noise from the road and a railroad, but less than many other places. My site was level; the rest look pretty level. Very nice people at desk, new owners? Not sure. Wi-Fi is great if you're close to the office, but they are working on extending it to outer sites. Washers/dryers in process of being upgraded, but are out of commission now. I stayed here last year, and would definitely stay here again.
I tried to stay here for two nights, and was told that they only rent by the week. Another couple tried to stay for the summer, and was told they couldn't for some unclear reason. I suspect the owners are renting to oil workers, and are thus no longer interested in transients, at least for now.
Like most KOA's, it's just off the interstate, but there is a rutted dirt road (in some places only one lane wide) for access. The place was partly flooded due to recent rains; before people could stay, the staff had to check out sites to see if they were underwater or not. The toilets had black shower curtains separating the toilet from each other and the shower area; no real door. Big ruts in the access roads as well as mud. The people at the desk were nice, when they were there (off-season it's only manned morning and evening).
Campsite is on a hill; some leveling needed for my rig. Lots of trees, with a stream running along one side. Close enough to major road for noise to be a factor, and condos are visible on one side through a thin line of trees. Has very nice office people.
The sites aren't particularly level, although I asked for a level site and mine wasn't bad. Nice grass with gravel pads, very few trees. Like many RV campgrounds, it's close enough to a major road for noise to be a factor, also there is a rail line, with infrequent trains. The pool is cold, and could use a skimming for leaves, but is clean otherwise. Nice clubhouse, with a small book exchange, cable TV, some puzzles and such. Very nice man checked me in, and the WiFi worked from my site. And given the weather lately, having an underground tornado shelter onsite is reassuring.