Nice, clean park. Seems popular, glad we made a reservation. Good Wi-Fi, CTV only covers the major networks. Interior roads of the park are very nice, wish I could say the same for the access from I-40. Slight smell of diesel fumes, not sure where they originate. Could be trucks with engines running in the nearby Petrol station. Fenced dog play area. Overall, a nice park with friendly hosts. We would stay here again if we need a over-night stay while traveling.
Very nice park. Paved roads and sites. Picnic tables on every site. We stayed in the "old" section with trees, "new" section has no trees. Easy access from I-40 via access road. Free continental breakfast. Cable TV (50 channels) and Wi-Fi (limited bandwidth for video streaming etc.) worked OK. We would stay here again.
Our second visit; first visit was in 2009. Dirt roads and sites. Cable TV (20 channels) and Wi-Fi worked. Easy in/out from I-40, but could easily hear the trucks on the interstate all night. Airport nearby with jets flying over maybe once or twice an hour. Park is clean but showing it's age.
Narrow sites leave no room for awnings, picnic table or fire ring unless you have a small rig under 32'. Water pressure very low. 50amp sites for long term stays, most sites 30amp only. Park seems friendly until they have your money, then they think they can say whatever they like to you and if you don't like it you can leave, and no refunds. WiFi ok for web surfing and email, but will not support streaming movies or Skype. We will not stay here again.
Military discount applied. Park was full. 50 amp was missing one leg, mgr said "It worked last night" and didn't offer any help. CableTV did not work, again mgr offered no help. All sewer connections were missing lids. Pull-through site #49 was obviously only for pop-up tent trailers, we had to back out of the site. Park is for sale and apparently is not being maintained. Wi-Fi was intermittent. When checking in we got a receipt and verbal directions to find our site (that were wrong) and when we asked for the Wi-Fi access code the manager said "there it is on the whiteboard (barely readable), I don't know nothing about computers". Access road is directly behind the Loves Travel Park and access is single lane, I had to move for an entering school bus. We would never stay at this park again!
Our site was not clean. There was a sewer cap on our door side with a broken lid. Getting out in the morning was very tight. Most rigs I saw leave before us, drove through empty sites to get out, we didn't have that option. Wi-Fi was slow but steady. Did not eat at the restaurant after seeing its condition from the office. Dog run was filled with waste. We would never stay at this park again!
Clean park with many activities. Overnight pull through sites very tight. Palm trees, site width, and pedestal placement make parking difficult. WiFi was free for first 3 days after that you pay for Tengo access. We would stay here again.
Great park. Orange trees with plenty of fruit for picking. Good free WiFi. Level sites. Quiet location. Park is dark at night as there are no lights on sites. Easy on/off from CA58. We would stay here again.
Our second time staying here. Appears to be neglected, access roads had huge potholes, bath rooms were borderline clean, grass not mowed. WiFi good but slow (128kbps down/28kbps up). Great water pressure, good power. Very busy park with fairground events almost every weekend. No playground or kid items, no pool. There is a small pond where kids under 12 can fish.
Pull through sites not level, all appeared to have some slope. Nice cement pads. Overall clean appearance. WiFi was good. Appeared to be some permanent campers. Golf course looked exceptional. We could hear lawm mowers on the golf course in early a.m. Log trucks on main road could be heard easily.
Very clean park. Direct ocean access. Good 20/30/50 power at all sites, CATV and WiFi included. No tent camping, but they do allow small 2 person tents behind your rig. Pet friendly. Great location for razor clamming. Friendly and helpful staff. All sites are back-ins with 10' buffer between sites. Meeting hall available for groups. Laundry room with 2 washers and 2 dryers. Clam cleaning room.
Stayed here as a guest. Road is dirt turned to mud after rain. Back-in sites very tight for MH or large 5ver with limited space for toad parking. Cable TV $3/day! Wi-Fi not available in sites, only at club house. Access to beach requires walking across highway 101. Protected from wind by trees. Some walking trails. One way loop road in park means all traffic passes your site. Will not stay here again.
Very friendly park, hosts very helpful. Sites are close but level. Easy access to beach. Wi-Fi excellent. Best cable TV selection we've seen. Very dog friendly. Park is clean and well maintained. Stay 7 days for price of 6 is a great deal. Propane available. No pool or spa. Plenty to do and see in the area.
City owned park that is next to Walter Johnson park. Roads and sites are gravel and very soft (and muddy) after rain. A few sites were completely flooded after heavy rain. Some side-by-side sites with utility hook ups in the middle, requires class-A's and C's to nose in the right hand site. Wi-Fi was $50/month and coverage was spotty. Showers & restrooms available at the Walter Johnson park (near fairgrounds).
Sites range from primitive to FHU 50 amp. Rate quotes above is FHU site, . CG has frisbee golf course and many hiking trails. All roads and sites are paved. 83 sites W/E only (some are 30 amp), 11 FHU 50 amp sites, and 56 primitive sites with no utilities. Park is busy on weekends. Wi-Fi costs $45/mo. Super Wal-Mart within 5 miles.
Steep entrance. No showers. Clean restrooms. Free wifi with good coverage. Friendly hosts and owners. We workamped here summer of 2008. Umpqua river provides good fishing and rafting. Ideally located midway between I-5 and the coast. Highly recommend this park. Monthly rate was $400.
Like a parking lot with hookups. Windy almost every day. Dog run is not fenced. Dog run in town has a gang problem. Only recommend for overnight stay. Easy on/off from I-10. Air pump available. Park is very dusty when wind is howling. Park is in need of some attention as things appear to be neglected. NO WIFI. They say you can piggyback on the LaQuinta but I couldn't get a signal.
Tight quarters for maneuvering a big rig. Stay right at the entrance to bypass low overhang. If heading east on I-40 there are no signs to lead you back to interstate. Friendly hosts. Lots of lights in the park at night.
Busy road with trucks, passes very close to park, so expect some noise at night. Security was visible, but no issues during out stay. Wifi worked flawlessly. Easy on-off from I-40. Storm cellar if severe weather threatens. Only 1 road in/out and no cross-over, may require driving thru a field to get headed out. Friendly host. Office has ice maker. Laundry room was clean. I recommend the park.
Very tight quarters for a motorhome. Mostly long term campers. Monthly rate $450 + elec. Relocating power lines underground caused some campers to experience power problems. Extended stays need to reserve early to ensure site will be available.
Monthly rate $599 includes electric. Charge for wifi $35/mo for one computer, $38/mo for 2 computers. Wifi speed is good, coverage is excellent. Casino, Jack in the Box, Taco Bell within easy walking distance. Security patrols campground. Panic buttons located in park as well. Road noise from I-80 is not a problem. Park is located at exit 2.