Beautiful site--think green meadows with tall trees and picnic tables. We had a river site (back in) and watched 3 gentlemen catch their limit one morning of steelhead, I think. Would definitely return.
We had a pleasant stay here and plan to return. We walked to town and enjoyed the brewery tour and the location is good for day trips to lava flows and waterfalls. The park we thought very clean and the staff friendly. There is a large fire pit that is stocked with firewood for anyone to use (we were camped near it). It might be a little pricey but considering the location I think it was reasonable.
Another gem of an Oregon State Park! All the prior reviews are accurate although I'm not sure about the ability to make reservations, I think it's limited as to number. We went through the Oregon parks system.
Wow! What a great stay in Leavenworth! This campground is a little rustic but we walked to the Bavarian Village daily and did not mind the location which is close to busy highway. The Wi-Fi was strong. One night their (old) fuse blew but we called and they came right out and fixed it. This was self check-in but no problems if you need to use credit cards.
We were disappointed in the Wi-Fi as it was nonexistent. The park would seem expensive if it had a signal that worked. The bird sanctuary was pleasant and the close proximity to Seattle was I guess what you are paying for.
We were able to get the last big rig site that was not reserved for the night and my first impressions (of my site) were that it was not situated in the best location; even though on pavement the dirt is very fine dust. However, you can walk to the lake and you are not packed in. I'm so happy they are accommodating big rigs now, I would not have known that but for this site.
This time of year the coast (of northern California) is free of the summer fog and we were not disappointed. We did not have a waterfront site but were delighted with views of the bay and marina nonetheless. Bodega Bay is a small town and the Hwy 1 driving is not for the faint of heart; you cannot walk along the highway. We always enjoy this town and plan to return to this campground often as it is quiet and close to beautiful beaches as well as Bodega Head, the headlands with spectacular views.
We had a pleasant stay here, the park is located within walking distance of downtown (1 mile) but the road you walk is very busy with traffic and you have to travel over the hwy 80 freeway. This park is well maintained. Our rate reflects $5 extra for 50amp service.
Beautifully situated in the forest surrounding Mt. Shasta, you can just make out the mountain through the trees. The sites are not paved but we were able to choose our own as there is 'self check-in' after hours and you must have cash.
This campground is surrounded by farmland which we found pleasing, however there is construction on Peoria Road where the camp is located and that meant a detour. They did not alert us to the road construction and we ended up taking a road that we could not turn around on, (which is how I know we were in farmland). Prospective campers should inquire about the best route for them as we encountered a very steep railroad crossing that is not recommended to drive a big rig over. The water had an unusual taste to me but is drinkable. If you are fickle about water you might want to bring bottled for coffee, etc. The 8 rating reflects the failure to alert us to the road being closed.