A great RV park at a great location near the Coeur D'Alene Centenial Bike Trail and to the downtown core within minutes. The facility is well kept with good hosts and lots of available information. The waterfront has a nice protected beachfront for safe swimming and it is clean with chairs and sun umbrellas to enjoy and relax. The only drawback was the spotty Wi-Fi reception from most areas other than those close to the front gate. A very nice restaurant at the end of Marina drive with good service and fine food at a relaxed atmosphere. Will be back here for a longer stay.
If you are looking for peace and quiet this is the place. No sevices at all but water stations are all over the place with long hoses that will reach almost every site so you can re-fill your tank. The water is excellent. No Chlorine!!! The sites are large and most are shaded. Good place to put a boat in the lake and fish for some of the large trout in the deep. Great place to kayak and sail, lots of grounds for all sorts of games, and really pet friendly park. The park manager is an outstanding helper to get you settled in and she can be seen working all day long to keep everything in top shape. The washroooms were spotless every day, all day. Neat place to spend a whole week. Golf is 20 minutes away and nothing much else near by. You must make sure you have all you will need during your stay here. Closest shopping place is Nakusp, BC.
The park has very uneven grounds and site locations. Difficult to navigate through the park and park in the assigned site. Not all sites provide sewer. Very cramped and very noisy all day long and the smoke from the campfires penetrates every RV. It feels like sleeping in a smokehouse. There are hardly sufficient reasons for the nightly rate of 69 or 70 dollars. The breakfast is OK and sufficient.There is nothing for adults to do here other than trying to avoid children on tricycles. The pool is very small, cold and overrun with toddlers and youngsters. The so called "adults only hot Jacuzzi" is a bathtub for perhaps 4 people. The "mini golf" is not even funny enough to describe. Close to Whitefish by car, about 7-8 minutes. Not good enough for us to return here.
Rather poor overall. The sites are ok but the sewer connections are poor and flooded to the top. The washrooms and showers are not very clean. No much attempt to keep the place clean was seen. Rough roads and sites, on the lakefront but the lake is not swimmanble and that is for certain! One only garbage disposal area. The outside sinks for washing up were without running water and clearly have not been used for a long time. Quite nicely shaded sites. This park could become a very nice RV park if the management took some pride and spent the time needed. Not a great place to stay. Would not stay again.
The RV park is very small and it is like a parking lot with grassed sites, wooden tables with a fire ring and electrical supply post that only allows for only one of the two adjacent sites to use the 30Amp service while the next rig can only use the 15Amp. So if it gets hot and you need air conditioning you are out of luck because the rule is "first come gets the 30 Amps" The best thing about this park is the location beeing so close to the "one and only" Front Street for groceries and window shopping. The lake is cold and there is no real beach for the swimming folks. Nothing is truly organized and outstanding to memory. The park host is nice and does a fine job directing trafic and looking after the grounds and facilities. The WiFi was the best we have ever had in any location. Flying fast. The washrooms were brand new and nice. Shower is 1 Canadian Dollar for 4 minutes. No laundry, no pool no excercise room and not much else. Park and play. Good enough for a couple of nights if you have to be in this area.
This is one of the typically nicely well organized and maintained Oregon State parks. It is situated on top of the bluff near the beach with some of the sites having ocean views. Our site was in the "B" section which is mostly heavily wooded and shaded and close to the highway which results into some road noise. The sites are clean with tables and fire rings and most are fairly level. Washrooms are OK, with some aging showing. The main problem with most of the RV parks near the ocean is the water is heavily chlorinated and undrinkable or for use even for cooking. Having a shower leaves you with a chlorine smell for the rest of the night. Definitely a great location, friendly staff and often some music on the weekend at the park theater. I would stay here again.
This is very nice RV park with good and level sites. All hook ups worked well. Nice ocean view sites are excellent and have a couple of small trees near by to put a chair under and relax. There are no shaded sites at all otherwise. They have the cleanest and brightest washrooms and laundry facility rooms we have ever seen. The main issue with this RV park is that you cannot get away from the almost constantly blowing wind from offshore. You cannot have fire or sit outside for long as the wind blows so hard most of the time and it becomes uncomfortable. Good location to visit the sand dunes only a mile away and I would come back just for that. Lots of fun renting an ATV for a couple of hours. Good seafood in all the restaurants nearby.
A good park for a short one night stop over. The park is clean and the park employees are great. Well maintained facility. Good swimming pool, exercise room, clean showers and laundry room and easy walks for older people too. Wi-Fi didn't work entire time we were here. There is little to do or see in Canyonville.
This is a great campground by all counts. The facility itself is clean and well kept throughout. They have gas, propane, air, and a small supply of goods at their small store. The location is far enough from the highway so the road noise is not an issue and yet close enough that a person can walk to the beach in less than 15 minutes. The town is charming and has a multiplicity of stores, restaurants, coffee shops and boutiques for all tastes and budgets. Their tiny museum is also very charming and run by very competent and friendly people who are eager to tell the history of the area. The campground staff are very friendly and go out of their way to make sure you are pleased with your stay there. This is a 10 for sure when all things considered. Mark it on your map and visit as we will most certainly will again and again and again. Thank you to all the staff.
This is very nice state park with all of the amenities other than cable and wi-fi, and who needs it when going camping anyhow. The entire site is paved; the parking sites are large and with plenty of space between sites for privacy. Sewer connections only on sites 1 to 59. They warned us about thefts at the park when we arrived. We did not pay attention as we have traveled for 30 years and have never had anything stolen. Guess what? The bicycle was locked but they took the seat and stem! 100 bucks down the drain for some idiot's pleasure to remove the seat and leave us looking for one at the next city. Shame on you. Will be back at the park and stay again as the park is a wonderful location and so well designed and clean. Next time nothing left to be stolen outside.
A good location for a day or two. The park is a large grassed area around the marina with all the hook ups that are needed for a couple of days. The showers and the washrooms are clean. Pay showers are 25 cents for 3 minutes. Washing machines are OK. The nice thing about this park is the location which is right at the end of the street with all the neat little shops, coffee bars, antique stores, and so many places to sit and relax. The restaurant (Doc's Grill) at the marina is also very good and the prices quite reasonable. It is a quiet place and the sound of the waves on the beach are a nice way to go to sleep. There is not much privacy between the sites, but the space is adequate, and it seems that most people are fairly quiet anyhow. It would be a good place in the summer when the sea can be swimmable.
This is a very nice location by the Oyster River which provides for good fishing all year. We also discovered wonderful trails and nature walks nearby and at least two very good restaurants within 5-8 minutes drive. The park is fairly well looked after and the marina is always busy with boats in and out. The washrooms were clean but have the look of aged facilities. Pay showers are one dollar for 5 minutes. The park store was closed for renovations at the time of our visit. A local grocery store is within 5 minute drive or a 30 minute walk. The golf course is within walking distance, and it is a well designed 9 hole short course. A good area to stay if you are visiting Courtenay or Campbell River as it is the half way point. A meal at the Chinese buffet at Storeys Beach called the "Driftwood" is a must. The food is very good and the price is right.