First, beautiful location. HOA is basically privatizing this RV park. WiFi is virtually non-existent & the HOA is letting it go away with their switching to cable for both TV & internet. But, this only works for the owners. As for TV, if you can get behind your TV to plug in the loaned "box", you're good to go. But, if like our RV, you cannot access the back of the TV without taking apart the wood surround, you're out of luck. Maintenance is getting shabby. The plantings on the ocean front have been butchered for improved view lines for a couple of owners while the rest is overgrown. Rather than mulch or dispose of the planting waste, everything including concrete chunks, pavers, dirt, dug up sod, etc. has been piled up in a section of the park that is very visible and an eyesore. This is not what it was before as the HOA owners struggle to keep this going while a large number of the owners have their lots for sale.
We stayed for a week and really enjoyed every day. The park is exceptionally clean - we saw the employees carefully wipe down the picnic tables when guests left, run their leaf blowers at low speeds and sound and never near parked guests or those walking by. Spaces are generously spaced apart and many backing to beautiful open space. The dog parks are huge and doggy bag dispensers are all over the park. We have camped here before and will definitely be coming back.
For an excellent place to stop while traveling either north or south on I-5 in Oregon, this is it! Courteous escorted check-in, clean and quiet. In addition, they have a large and well priced gas/diesel station and store on the frontage road leading into the RV park. Mostly spacious pull-through sites that are great for the one night stop.
We chose a prime view site facing out over the cliff to the ocean. Of the 90 sites, perhaps 10 were occupied. We felt like we had the park virtually to ourselves with one sunny day setting a local record for April with 88 degrees. The owners are trying to repair all the deferred maintenance that the prior corporation neglected. Having said that, I'm giving this resort an 8 as it is very over priced for the amenities offered.
Absolutely a great place and our site was a beautiful pull-through facing the Sacramento River. The park is clean and quiet and far enough from the freeway that the noise we were hearing was the river and local birds.
This is a very nice and clean park. The prior visitors' comments accurately represent the quality of the park and its amenities. The only drawback was the proximity to the freeway and commensurate traffic noise. Otherwise, this was a great place to stop.
I can say a few things positive - it was clean & quiet. It also was packed with full-time residents with few available spaces. We were crammed into a narrow short site between two full-time residents. Couldn't extend our awning & couldn't walk around the RV with the door open or anything else left open. Also, couldn't go around to the back of the rig as the tow hitch was touching the small dirt cliff along the back. This is not a resort or even what you would want in a "vacation" destination even if only passing through.
We stayed here last year in September and rated the stay a 10. Because of the experience, we came back to the same upgraded "ocean front" sites that we stayed in before. Surprise! After a couple of days, a security guard delivers us a message stating that we must move to a non-view site because the owner of the site we are staying at has chosen at the last moment to come here. In their fine print on the back of some of the site maps, not the one they gave us at check-in, they maintain the right to move renters if the owner shows up and wants their site. Beware! It can ruin your experience here immediately.
This is the best RV park we have ever visited. We have stayed at another Outdoor Resorts location and expected this to be comparable. However, this location was outstanding. We chose an ocean front site and the pricing was accordingly higher. The site was perfect and the views were even better, especially the whales just off the coast.
This was a clean and well organized park. However, the freeway located next to the park was so loud that even with running the ac all night long, we could still hear the traffic, especially the trucks. We would not come here again.
We only give this location a rating of 4 because of the friendly service and clean location. Traveling from Lake Tahoe to Jackson Hole, this looked to be the best middle point to stop. However, starting at 12:30 in the morning and every hour thereafter trains came past the park with loud and continuous air horns sounding. Do not stop here without earplugs if you plan on any sleep.
We really enjoyed the five days here. We had a beautiful site backed up to a greenbelt. Many sites, including ours are tight to turn or back into. Interior sites lack any privacy. Great lake related activities are across the street. However, for the Tahoe area, there were few hiking opportunities other than the camping, beach and picnic areas.