We stayed here for a week. The sites are a little closer to each other than we like. The roadways within the park are asphalt but everything else is gravel and dirt. The bathrooms were so-so. The men's was inadequate for the amount of people who stay here. There was only one stall and two urinals. We had a good Wi-Fi signal and Verizon signal. They have an interesting museum with lots of movie memorabilia and trivia from the movies that were made here.
We stayed here for a week. The owners were so friendly and helpful. The day we arrived I realized I had made our reservation for an electric/water only site. I called ahead that morning and they were able to move us into a full hookup site. The park is spotless, both the restrooms and the laundry room. They spend a lot of time maintaining the entire property. The only downside is it's all gravel and stone. You'll want to wear sturdy shoes to easily maintain your footing. We had a good TV signal with our antenna and lots of channels to choose from. We also had a good Wi-Fi signal and Verizon cell signal.
We stayed two nights, one night on our way to and from the Rocky Mountain National Park. It was handy because it's right along I-70 but because of the terrain the sites are built on several levels. It was tough going up hill all the time to go the restroom and also to walk the dog. The owners were friendly but don't appear to put any money back into the park for improvements. The bathrooms especially needed remodeling. We couldn't get Wi-Fi at our site but I had a very good Verizon signal on my smartphone. We'd probably stay somewhere else if we go through the area again.
Elk Creek is a very nice park. The bathrooms were very clean. We had trouble getting a Wi-Fi signal at our site so my husband went to the rec room to use his laptop. I got a good Verizon signal on my smartphone. The highlight of our trip were the moose in our site. They even brushed up against the back of our trailer while they were munching on the willows.
We were in K loop where there are no hookups. The spaces are small and close together but with the trees between them, it gave us adequate privacy when we sat at the picnic table. There were three stalls in the women's bathroom but one was out of order and one looked more like a urinal for men. They were clean though.
We had site I-226. It was great because it was on the side rather than down the loop roadway where sites were back to back. It gave us more room and we were surrounded by beautiful trees. They have flush toilets and heaters in the bathroom. The showers are down the road and were the best we've ever seen in a national park.
The campsites are some of the best we've ever camped in. The pads are asphalt and level. The picnic tables were in great condition and they even had separate built-in cooking tables to set your grill on. We had a split rail fence behind our site that gave it such a nice rustic, cozy feel. Beautiful trees surrounded the site. The only problem was that the campground host was negligent in cleaning the vault toilets. They had a strong ammonia odor.
Stanley Lake is part of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area. It's a wonderful campground on the lake. There are vault toilets that were kept very clean and smelling decent. The camp hosts worked very hard on them. There are no showers.
I didn't rate this park any higher due to the lack of amenities. We were here for six nights. It was rather warm that week but we weren't able to use our air conditioner because of their electrical infrastructure. There's no TV service nor cell phone service. Wi-Fi was available next door at the restaurant. There's only one toilet each for men and women and it's for use by all the tee-pees, cabins, campers, and staff living there. The food was good at the restaurant. It appears they focus on that more than the campground.
Staff (the owner I think) was very friendly and said to let her know if we needed anything at all. Cable and Wi-Fi were excellent. We picked this park because of the ratings and after looking at their web site. The pictures of the sites appeared to be very nice. However, where we were located (our entire row and the rows ahead and behind us) the grass was all dead and full of weeds. The utility fixtures need attention. Many were falling apart or taped together. When you walk into the bathrooms you get a very good impression, but they do need attention. The grout and floor moldings look dirty, some areas didn't get painted, and others have the paint chipping off. This was our first time here and I understand there is new ownership so it'll probably get better.
Very nice. Spotless bathrooms and laundry facilities. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The only problem for us is that the spaces are too close together as they tend to be in RV parks. We'd stay here again if we were passing through.
The owner is very nice and friendly. She even came to our site to register us. The bathrooms are very clean and the showers are huge. The grounds are very well kept. Great place to stop for an overnight visit.
We liked it here. It has more of a campground feel than an RV park. Nice wide spaces. Close to the ocean (only 235 steps from our rig. Bathrooms and showers weren't that great but then with all the sand it's to be expected I guess. We chose not to use them. Summer is a busy time of year and people create a lot of trash. They only have one trash dumpster and it gets picked up only once a week. It got to overflowing and the people who were parked close to it were very aware of the odor.
Bathrooms were spotless and the owners and the camp host were very friendly and accommodating. Our only problem was our space was so narrow that we were right on top of our neighbors. We didn't have a picnic table and there was no place to set up lawn chairs. We were there for a week. If we were passing through we'd definitely stay again, but wouldn't for an extended stay.
This park is mostly made up of permanent residents and park model rentals. We were across from the building that housed the laundromat and restrooms. They had six washers and dryers which was nice, but the facility wasn't the cleanest. The bathrooms needed lots of attention. We never saw the managers out taking care of the park. They had some pretty flowers, but the grass was dead. They advertise a tunnel to Whaleshead Beach but there are no lights in it so we drove over instead. It wasn't necessary to have but we didn't have Internet service or a cell phone signal. Their satellite TV was very good. Their restaurant was nice (very good clam chowder) and you could get wi-fi there if you needed it.
This is one of the best parks we've stayed in and would go out of our way to come back. The setting is incredible - you're surrounded by a lush forest redwoods abd fern. The spaces are large and, except for a couple of them, you're not on top of your neighbor. The staff was very friendly. They've put so much time and effort into making this a beautiful, spotlessly clean place to stay.
It was fine as an overnight place to stay but we wouldn't make it a destination. There are a lot of semi-permanent residents there and not all of them take good care of their sites or rigs. It was pretty dusty but that couldn't be helped because the road construction was taking place right outside the park. The staff was friendly.
A very nice park. It was quiet, clean, and well maintained. We had a site with an ocean view and there was a huge gnarly tree and lush green vegetation outside our back window. We had an internet connection but it was weak. The downside was that spaces are close together. But then we're used to national and state parks where the sites tend to be farther apart.