First we were booked 10 days at Deception Pass State Park, when we realized we had no sewers, TV or internet. We were able to cancel and get a spot here, we do not regret it. Some sites are small but there is ample parking. The park is under new management and has improved over the last reviews. Everything has a fresh coat of paint, very nice dog park, new fire rings and new picnic tables. The grounds, laundry and restrooms are clean and orderly. The staff is friendly. The internet is like any other RV park, just ok. However the only thing that needs major work is the cable tv reception, on the site we had it was intermittent. We spoke with the manager and she was aware of the problem and was working on it. Keep I mind this place is less expensive than the state park.
This is a very nice park. I have no major complaints, very nice landscaping, friendly staff and convenient to almost everything. We rode the bus to the city, the 522 express, to keep from driving the truck downtown. It worked out great, suggest checking into it. NOTE: The entrance to the park from the GPS is wrong, you need to turn on 242 st. or you will end up in a oil change business. The only things that could be improved are better Wi-Fi, more cable channels, and a bigger dog run. Small stuff, really. Would stay again.
We were looking for someplace to stay to visit the Portland area, our stay was 3 weeks. We found the park clean and well kept. The sites are maintained and full concrete. Wi-Fi is what I expect for free from the campground. We had no problems during check-in and the staff has been pleasant. The park is convenient to downtown and local attractions, we used ten MAX trains and trolley. There is one thing I do not understand about the rules: bicycle riding is not allowed, I understand some one was injured. The speed limit is 10 MPH, I noticed the permanent residents not abiding the rules. Note that it is in the flight path of the Portland airport; this did not bother us. We enjoyed seeing the military jets take off. There are several good restaurant/bars close by. Things we did not like and would stay away from: No apparent limit on the number of dogs, site 122 has at least 9. Some long term residents are pretty cluttered, e.g., sites 100 and 101.
Price is with Good Sam discount. After a long day this was a little corner of paradise. The park was clean with gravel sites. The office makes and delivers pizza to your rig. While not gourmet, we did not have to cook. The park has a great dog walk, with plenty of room to let our pups burn some energy.
This park is excellent. The staff and owners are very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The park is located 25 miles from Mt. Rushmore with shopping and dining very close. We stayed 2 weeks. Cable TV would have been nice, but we did not miss it.
The park is older, we have 3 slides and 32 ft. long. We fit in the site but it was a bit tight. There are limited services: Internet at laundry, limited cell service, no TV. Great location for the Tetons and southern Yellowstone. Groceries and fuel were available.
Nice little park. The sites are level, with reliable electricity and good water pressure. Not much to do other than Craters of the Moon National Monument. The park provides free breakfast for guest, 2 eggs, 2 pancakes and coffee. The Cafe does have a full menu. The cafe is closed Sunday. We stayed 2 nights and would stay here again.
Caution on this park. The best RV entrance is not off highway 41, call to get the directions. The other reason I rated the park low: there is no turn around for anything larger than a small Class C rig. For most sites, you would have to back the length of the park to get to the sites. It is more like a one lane road with sites down one side and a hill on the other. The park was clean and the workers were nice.
Level sites off I-15, easy access to the strip. Great adult and family pools. Wi-Fi iffy in the back corner, site 649. Our only issue was a full timer left their barking dog tied all day. Park did call the owner. Laundry was clean. We stayed 5 nights. We would stay there again.
The campground is centrally located between Zion and Bryce. The owners and host are great. They go to lengths to bring fellow campers together. We stayed 11 days and had 3 community campfires. Wi-Fi was great, but no cell service like a lot of southern Utah. We would stay here again.
Excellent park to stay at for one or two nights. The owners are very friendly and willing to help. They have a complimentary continental breakfast each morning. It is right off the interstate but noise was not a problem. Sites were level and easy to access.