Very nice park along I-5. Lovely mature trees give shade and the sites are well-spaced with grassy areas between them. Restrooms are clean and the Wi-Fi is WONDERFUL (after having been in so many parks with Wi-Fi that is all but unusable, this park is a real treat). We only stayed for one night but would definitely return to this park in the future.
Very nice little park. The internet signal is really too weak to do much, and there are coin machines for operating the showers, but management is really super nice and the spaces are well spaced with grassy areas in between. Quite a few permanent residents located along the perimeter spaces but all is clean and neat and quiet. The countryside surrounding is just gorgeous. Would definitely stay here again.
Nice little park, convent to I5, not noisy, clean and well-maintained. The WiFi was unusable. We had full signal indication, but were unable to use it. The person in the office was no help at all with this and so we had no Internet access at all during our stay. This is the first time this has ever happened during any of our stays. We are not sure if they have made changes to their internet system or not, but if having internet access is important you might want to test access there before committing to a stay of any duration. We have stayed at this park several times and find the staff friendly. You will want to skip the complimentary breakfast rolls, however. They are cellophane wrapped vending machine style pastries which are way too sweet and probably loaded with preservatives. Otherwise, the park itself is quite nice for a small, just off the highway park. We would stay again
We have stayed at this park several times and we have to say that it has recently gotten better. Nice level paved pull-thru sites divided by grassy areas. The WiFi works great and now they have installed regular cable TV at the sites. This is a clean and well-kept park. We would definitely return for future stays. It is not a destination park for us but for an overnight or even a few days resting up it is very pleasant.
This park is very much like an RV parking lot. Sites are packed in about as close as they can get. When we called for reservations we were asked what year our RV is and the condition of it. We were also asked if we could email a picture of it for inspection. When we arrived, we were asked for drivers license numbers, our birth dates, the license tag numbers of both the RV and the towed car, our phone number, our address. All this, even though we were paying cash. They don't accept credit cards. Apparently they don't want any old RVs in this park. We were accepted, however, and found the park to be fairly quiet. We stayed in our coach and did not use the facilities other than the WiFi which seemed to work ok. We have never been asked such invasive questions before at any park in the country. These questions made us very uncomfortable as though a 2000 year RV, and ourselves by extension, is somehow substandard. We will not be staying there again.