We have stayed here often and may again. This is a nice RV park in an excellent location. The staff is friendly and mostly helpful (see below) and it is well kept. While there is little grass there is clean gravel and privacy hedging. Our one complaint is that their enforcement of quiet hours was unsatisfactory. We were kept up by a drunken party right behind us who ignored the quiet time deadline and continued well past midnight. My complaint resulted in the assistant manager going to the site, but then greeting the occupant like an old friend and asking him very nicely to wrap it up in the future by "around 10 or 11" - supposed to start at 10 PM. Needless to say, there was no enforcement during the evening. Very disappointing in an otherwise nice place.
The staff were friendly and helpful. The park was middle of the road in design and upkeep. It did seem a bit crowded, especially the big rig pull-through area. No real complaints nor specific praises. We would stay there again, but would not go back to it in preference to another adequate park. However, there is little competition in the area.
The only full service park in the area. It was reasonably well laid out and is clearly being improved. Set into a hillside, it still featured level sites and adequate space. However, some areas will be preferable to others dependent upon individual preference. We liked the lower area better due to its being easier to access and proximity to the laundry. It is a quiet park at night, while in the daytime a close by small arms range was a constant (but not very loud - especially for a retired soldier). The staff were helpful and quite friendly. A good feature was its close proximity to town - a relatively short walk - which for those who are fit an easier option than looking for parking. We will return here when visiting Gig Harbor.
This is a clean and well run park. Facilities are new and well maintained, although the electrical connections may require your full cable to reach, as they are at the very front of the sites. In addition, I was surprised to see that sites were a bit narrow (but separated by shrubs) and not completely level. The park has two significant drawbacks, firstly a lack of pull through sites (not my issue) and secondly proximity to a very busy highway that blasts noise 24/7. If you have any choice, stay at the back of the property were it is somewhat mitigated. Staff were friendly, grassed areas nice and it was overall a pleasant spot. I would stay there again.
We stayed here twelve days and believe it the best choice in the Edmonton area. The park is well laid out and reasonably well maintained. Staff were efficient but only available in the office on a two hour a day routine (possibly due to operation by a service group). The sites were well laid out, reasonably spacious and there was lots of attractive grassed area. Other peoples' comments that some sites had soft gravel are valid, although we escaped that issue. There are walking trails just outside the fence, it is quiet except for the rare train (I love to hear them) and close to one of the best areas (St Albert) in the greater Edmonton area. As for amenities, the Wi-Fi was the best I have had in an RV park while the lack of cable is my one real complaint. I will return. If you want a site reserve early, as the park was full most nights.
The price likely reflects proximity to Jasper Park, but it is worth every penny. This was a well laid out, well maintained and attractive park. Staff were excellent and quickly helped with a minor technical issue. This level of service would be especially appreciated by the many Europeans who visit the area in rental units. While near a major highway and rail line, it was far enough away to be unobtrusive. The wide open siting helps discourage nocturnal visits by the many local bears. I look forward to staying there again, a pleasant spot.
We stayed here two separate times, about two weeks apart when passing through, but mainly because of the paucity of reasonable competition. If this park were not helped by KOA affiliation and in a popular area I feel it would be somewhat empty. It was expensive for the level of amenities, and I was less than impressed to have neither cable nor usable WiFi. Sites are basic, not well laid out, and vary greatly in quality from average to poor. No pavement and dirty gravel at sites. The laundry was not clean nor well maintained. There was no supervision of the inconsiderate and noisy campers. I see another person has commented on the "bear fence" and believe it not to be electrified nor capable of keeping out any healthy bruin. It might make the European RVers feel better. I would stay here again as there is no other choice for a quick overnight stay at Clearwater.
This park has the feeling of being cramped. There are a couple of tighter turns for big rigs and the big rig sites are essentially a gravel parking lot. Other sites seem randomly situated and somewhat close together. On the other hand, there is a spacious and grassy off-leash area (the best we have yet seen in an RV park) and a very nice fish/duck pond. Just off the highway, this was our choice prior to catching a morning ferry. We would not stay here on an extended basis, due to the overall size and comparative quality of the the park. But, we had been here before for one night. Staff were friendly and helpful.
The rating of 8 relates to the excellent location, the killer view, and the friendly helpful staff. In addition, there are two restaurants and a pub on the grounds - where locals eat. We tried one and would eat there again. The park is a part of the marina complex and the whole area is wide open to the public. I would not leave things outside while away from the site. At the same time, it is super convenient to town. While fully serviced, the sites are basic and in some areas very close together. The grass was sparse and uncut, gravel was the norm and sites were poorly situated in some aspects. If facilities are important, this is not the place. Moreover, if you want to replace an awning just leave it up overnight as the wind can be impressive. All said, I will return for the location and the view - but carefully selecting my site.
This park is a great choice for a quiet night away from the I5, while easily accessable and close. The staff was excellent and the park is well laid out and spacious, with many pull throughs. There were a number of seasonal sites occupied, but they were all on one side of the park and were clean and well kept. Laundry facilities were clean and maintained, with lots of machines. The park is large and open, with an excellent walking trail along the dyke on one side. We had been there a few times before, a few years ago, and it was as good as we remembered. It is the first really nice park off the I5 north of Portland and close enough to drive to after a day in the city. We shall return when next passing through.
We had been here before and will return. The welcome was warm, the manager knowledgeable and helpful. The park was well laid out and very well run and maintained. Sites were well laid out and facilities were excellent. The park was fairly full even on the first of June. I would think a reservation prudent later in the season. One word of advice, get a site away from the I5 if you want quiet. Having been here before, we did and slept well. One of the better places.
We had stayed here about five years before and returned due to the quiet, secluded (yet convenient) location. This park is mostly occupied by seasonal or monthly guests, who seemed to be generally of retirement age. These guests are the type who wave as they go by and are helpful and friendly toward overnighters. The park is divided into different sections, varying from a sunny, grassy loop where we were (our preference) to a wooded area that seemed a lot less desirable in terms of site quality. An average park in general. It was a good choice for a night, with spacious sites and concrete patios. The staff was friendly and accommodating. We would stay there again.
We used this park due to its proximity to the ferry for Port Angeles. The overnighter section of the park is consistently quite acceptable and a good base for local activities, as it is centrally located. Staff were friendly and efficient. We will return when we are passing through, but would pick another park for extended stays to the area.
This is a reasonable park in a dreadful location. California Hwy 1 is the route from either direction and in general it is an unsafe nightmare for a rig of any size: mine is only a 30 ft Class C. We will NEVER take that route again, and I have seen some hairy places. That said, the park was clean and spacious with an open central area. The staff was friendly, helpful and flexible. Most sites were quite shaded and private. As to the park itself, I would return.
The manager was friendly and helpful. The park was generally run down in the area not used for overnighters and looked to be occupied by seasonal workers. Our site was newly renovated and satisfactory, but younger teenagers at play raised the noise level in the early evening. The laundry was very basic and not as clean as it should be. Security could have been an issue if we had left our rig unattended. Getting out was a bit dodgey due to sharp and narrow corners. Not likely to return.
The staff were very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. The location is an excellent choice to leave your rig while going into San Francisco. While in an industrial type area, it seemed adequately secure, but overly so. This park has no grass, no space and no charm. It is a parking lot of gravel sites and a paved street. However, we could walk to the commuter ferry and it was still a good choice to park and ride from.
This park was highly rated, but we found it merely a high average. It was not as spacious as others in the Premier chain that we have visited and while well maintained, is not really at the excellent standard of their parks that we have visited. It was the only good RV park in the Redding area that was not right beside the I5, so it was quiet. The laundry facility was cramped and not well maintained. Staff were helpful and friendly. But all in all, a decent park that we would stay at again.
This is a well run park in an excellent location north of the passes into California. Facilities are satisfactory, but nothing special. It was very close to the I5, but partially shielded from the noise by a small strip mall. We were greeted with charm and courtesy. There are a number of long term sites, but they were well maintained and away from our area. It was our third time there and we would return.
This is our third or fourth stay here and we will return. While a municipal park, it is well maintained, well run and of a modern standard. The staff are efficient and friendly, going out of their way to be both welcoming and helpful. The location is excellent, right on the harbour, and yet it is a quiet secure area. There is a bus service to town, with free tickets available from the office. It is also located a short walk from the Aquarium (can't recall the exact name) which is well worth a visit and a must see for families.
This park is a regular choice and never fails to deliver. The well planned layout and clean, well maintained area are complimented by a friendly, knowledgeable staff. This is not really a family type park and we appreciated the quiet. We will be back.
This is the only place I would consider if going to Cannon Beach. It is a well run municipal park (that doesn't look like one) with good facilities located only a 10 minute walk from town. Clean laundry facilities and a helpful, friendly staff are a constant. Good and cheap bus service to downtown and as far away as Astoria. We have been back again and again.
We stayed there on the way south and again on our return. Really not much for kids (fine with us), but a gem due to the quality of the facility and the knockout location - terrific view of the Hood Canal. We had a site right on the water (most are) and enjoyed just being there. Staff were friendly, helpful and efficient. A great spot to relax, but not much to do. We stay there every time we go by.
Friendly, helpful staff. Despite being over a hill, sites (while gravel) were reasonably level. A good spot when passing through or seeing Victoria (transit right to park). Train tracks right through park, but the rails are rusty. Nothing really special, but nothing really negative. Pricy, but right in the city. Will be back when passing through.
A nice quiet place a few miles out of town, excepting the noise of a rushing river. Helpful staff, guides to site and reasonably well maintained (a busy place in summer). Get one of the sites with a concrete pad as the other sections are so-so in quality. Sites were close but not too close. Marginal cell reception. A lot less expensive than the KOA and we will stay there again when in Leavenworth. Have a reservation. Final note, parking for RVs in Leavenworth is iffy. The town's signed RV parking is a dust bowl. We found a quiet non-residential street.
Friendly cooperative staff in a spacious park. Roads and sites are gravel and basic, but hookups were good quality and sites reasonably roomy and level. Prices vary due to location and view. Some sites had shelters while others were drive-ins, for motorhomes - much appreciated and rare. Excepting the view, location doesn't matter as long as you are away from the road (and noise). We don't like the pet fee, but they never asked! Would stay there again.
The office staff was very helpful and went out of their way for us during the reservation process. The maintenance staff proved a bit clueless when asked about cable connections. The park itself features a nicely maintained pond/park area but the sites are very narrow (but with hedges) and very few are even close to level. If leveling is a challenge for you (luckily not for me) you will be in for some frustration. The WiFi did not work, but the area we were in was down the hill from the busy road and surprisingly quiet.
We spent two nights here because the friendly clerk oversold the place. We got one of three pull throughs, however insist on a site in the 'circles' and away from the busy road. Most sites (not ours) were spacious and the park in general is well laid out, well maintained and spacious. Not having been here in the area before, we thought it was close enough to commute to Leavenworth, not the case. Worst, it is between a busy highway and a noisy railway. OK for one night passing through.
This was the nicest spot on a two week trip, during which we moved a lot. If it had sewer and Wi-Fi it would be perfect. Huge and well tended sites in a beautiful spacious park. Lots of responsible parents and well watched kids, although some loose dogs after the maintenance staff left for the day. No gate staff, but a workable self check-in (have cash or a cheque). The staff during the day were evident, helpful and professional. If anywhere near, I would go here.
Friendly staff and easily accessed sites, with guide, it was a good park for a night while passing through. Did not like the extra charge for dogs, as no extra services were provided and my dogs are better behaved than most kids. Nice open locale on a shallow river, it is miles from anywhere. Would stay there again.
We stayed here twice, two days each time, on a two week trip. The staff is great, it is quiet (excepting trains 1/4 mi away)and almost everyone there is grown up. Super convenient yet out of the way, there are relatively few transient sites. In the summer, get a reservation. We will be back again and again.
This time we stayed six days, and we will be back. The road in is rough and therefore mitigates against casual one night stays. Also, while there is a new playground, this is essentially a park for adults who want to have a quiet stay in a fantastic place. The scenery is simply terrific, cruise ships so close you can see the on-deck movies, whales going by and sites right on the water. Moreover, this place is kept up to the nth degree and everything is new or as good as. Great clubhouse and new guest cabins this year (got the tour: very, very nice). It looks better than even their own photos reveal. Lastly, their floating restaurant has been redone completely: we had two dinners there. No better RV park on Vancouver Island.
Our second time there, we stayed six days and will be back soon. Depending upon site, great views of the water. Very well maintained and friendly, helpful staff. Sites separated by tall hedges, spacious and well laid out. Some could be more level, they slope, but not many. Roads nicely paved and sited are gravel. Everything is new, hook-ups, picnic tables, etc. Best park in the Victoria area, but a bit isolated for city focused tourism. If you want fishing, this is the place. Reasonable rental rates and knowledgeable and helpful staff at marina. Launch site and moorings also available. The ONLY negative is that it is just out of cell phone range. OK for kids, but great for adults. We will be there again this year!
Well-kept middle of the road campground. Friendly staff. Mostly grass sites and gravel roads. Quiet and relatively spacious sites. Suffers in comparison to nearby ocean view parks, but only regarding location. Will stay there again.
This is the third time we stayed here and it has improved from the aspect of maintenance and upkeep, being nice enough to begin with. A friendly, secure and quiet park with a lot of semi-permanent sites, but with a nice section available for over night stays, we were made to feel quite welcome. Sites are spacious, well-graded and clean. Staff were helpful and went out of their way. Not too far off the I5, but you can barely hear it - even at night. It is close to shopping and yet secluded off a secondary highway. We stayed five nights and will camp there again.
Large park in the city. Friendly staff and the park is reasonably well maintained. While transient sites are fine, some sections of park could use a clean up. Overall OK, but location is the main plus.
Good option at end of a long day, but not a place to stay long. Reception was friendly and helpful. Sites spacious but rustic. Sort of level sites, 'well-used' hook-ups, charge for Wi-Fi, laundry not clean. Would not seek this park out but would stay one night while passing through.
An oasis in the flat desert. More expensive than some and worth every penny. Great staff and excellent service attitude. Very well maintained and well designed. Will most definitely camp there again. Best option for the Sisters/Bend area.
Back again to a favorite place. Friendly helpful staff and a clean, specious and well run park. Free shuttle bus around town a nice touch. While not on the water, very close to harbor and a great view.
Best RV Park in area. Friendly staff, well run and clean. We had a terrific view site the first night, but moved to escape high winds the next. Has a group gas campfire, no smoke within park and a good place to relax.
This was a welcome surprise at the end of a long drive. Management was friendly, sites were clean and spacious and everything worked well. Would drive a few extra miles to stay there again, even if only overnight.