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11/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Changes since our last stay. Wi-Fi now covers the entire park, rather then just the area around the club-house and costs $1/day/machine. But appears solid throughout the park. The hot-tub has been shutdown as the county wants it upgraded to a commercial type install. The clubhouse is currently undergoing a minor remodel and due to reopen by Thanksgiving. The drain-field near the clubhouse and all spots nearby is being redone.
10/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice. Right on the river, a couple miles from I-5 and the railroads, reasonably quiet. Did hear ships going by and could hear then train whistles, but not too bad. The pull-through slots are all designed to allow you to park the rig in either direction, to maximizes your view (of the river) from your rig. The only down-side is they were remodeling the bathrooms and about half the facilities were torn apart. We certainly would stay here again.
10/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Not the place we had planned to stay, but we would stay here again. The only down-side is that the showers are coin operated, well, that and no cable TV. The facility is generally clean and well maintained, the dog-park is top notch. The store and office is open about 12 hours a day. It is far enough off I-5 to be very quite, but still close for good easy access.
10/2013
rating [ 5/10 ]
Overpriced is probably the best word to describe this park. It is not bad, it is actually reasonably clean and maintained. It is certainly better then many parks that are majority "long term" tenants. But for the price I would expect more. TV was by OTA only, the Wi-Fi was bad to marginal. The office (and main building) was only open from 8 to 5 (bathrooms 24/7). When I compare it to the park in Nevada where we spent the previous night it really comes off bad at 2.5-times the cost. The cheap park had an office/store that was open 24-7, on-site 24-7 security, a bar, a restaurant, cable with 50 channels (about half a dozen premium ones, HBO, etc), multiple Wi-Fi hot-spots, etc, etc. I can't see ever staying there again and could not suggest it to others.
10/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
It's not what I would call a "Resort". It's a gravel parking lot, the only offering beyond the RV connections is the Casino/Bar/etc. But it's not a bad stopping place. The $20 rate reflects no extra discounts. Plus they gave booklets with discounts at the Casino (discount of food, free drink, etc.). The Wi-Fi is great and the cable TV offers many, many channels. It's not a resort, but it's not a bad stop, we would stay here again.
10/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
A good stopping place to the west of Death Valley. Yes, it's mostly gravel, but they have excellent facilities and are great people. The gravel (that they use everywhere) is extra fine and tracks into the rig way too easy. But it's a fine facility and we would consider them again.
10/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Possibly the finest "Gravel Lot RV Parking Lot" we have ever visited. Yup, there is not a speck of grass anywhere, well, except for some that accidentally is growing around some of their trees. Really this is a fine facility run by nice people, it's just that everything is gravel and the gravel is so fine it's almost sand, which tracks in terribly. If we were in the Owen Valley we would stay there again.
09/2013
rating [ 5/10 ]
First time we've stayed here and likely the last. Previous trips we stayed at the "other" campground. First, to say it was quiet means you must be deaf. The freeway noise is very high. The park is clean, the WiFi reasonable. There are many (MANY) long term folk, but their sites are not too ugly, not all real clean, but most are free of clutter. Over all, we will spend the extra miles going to the "other" place next time, and strictly over the noise
10/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
This park has great access to Dead Horse SP, Arches, and Canyonlands NP, along with the general Moab area. It is used heavily by the off-road crowd, which the Park does not allow to "ride around" in the park. The "view" sites offer more of a peek-a-boo binocular view of Spectacles Arches and Arches NP in general. It may be the best place to stay in the area. Rate includes discounts
09/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
We have stayed here before and would so again. The campground is quiet. The bugs noted by other posters is due to the nearby, fresh water Utah Lake. It is a good campground for visiting the Provo area.
09/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
It's not a quiet as we had hoped. The Interstate has a bridge nearby and when Semi's cross that they make more noise than on pavement. The campground is not "close" to the freeway, but the bridge noise is high. It's a nice site, clean, shade (but with open areas for Sat TV), the usual mix on long-term, that appear to all keep their area's neat and un-cluttered. They also have a small fast-food restaurant that will deliver to your site. The food is acceptable and reasonably priced. Price reflects discounts. We would stay there again.
10/2013
rating [ 7/10 ]
Sites are reasonable, area is acceptable. Bathrooms, store, pool are all acceptable. This park is excellent for visiting Monument Valley. They provide (at extra cost) tours through the Valley area. They also have an on-site restaurant with frankly the best fry-bread I have had in years and years. They also have a store, a gas station (with the cheapest gas I've seen in all of Utah), a museum and theater (free) and a tourist trap-shop.
10/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
It's a place to stay while traveling between say Moab and Monument Valley, or to go to the nearby National Monument (ruins) It's clean, it's quiet, it's OK. Nothing special, nothing bad, just solid OK
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
Let's see what I can say that is bad about this place. Wi-Fi sucked. It was up and down (mostly down) the entire time. That's pretty much it except hat and there is no place to swim or wade. This is, without a doubt, the cleanest, best maintained military recreation campground I have ever seen or been in. They have RV camping, tent camping, cabins (from no bedrooms on up), and a lodge. There is dog walk areas, hiking trails, and recreational equipment to rent (boats, bikes, etc, etc, etc). Don't come here expecting a night-life. There is almost no cell-phone service and the only TV is off a satellite. Mid-week (when we were there) it is quiet, quiet, quiet. Weekends it can be busy: more-so, if the Sea-Scouts are there. You can check out the new national web-site for the site reservation number. http://get.dodlodging.net/.
07/2013
rating [ 6/10 ]
This is a large state park and can be very crowded on long week-ends. When one considers the wear-and-tear on a frequently used facility this park is in good shape. The lawn around the campsites are beaten flat, the lawn in the open common area is in good shape. The showers get very sandy by the end of the day, due to people tracking in sand from the beach. The only sites with sewer are the "host" sites and not generally available to the public.
07/2013
rating [ 9/10 ]
The only reason(s) this park is not getting a "10" is the club-house does not have A/C (nice in 100+ weather) and does not have a pool (nice in 100+ weather). The campground is quiet, well-run, clean, orderly, not given to stupid rules and a reasonable value for the money. The shower stalls are really 1/2-baths, with a private room for showering and using the sink. They are large and well maintained. The entire park is well thought out. The setup of the park is such that each unit's door faces east, thus the rig shades the door area, with the provided table and chairs. A large plus on a 100+ day.
10/2012
rating [ 5/10 ]
We've been coming to this campground since the DoD opened it as an MWR facility, which is nearly 20 years. Unfortunately they have been spending their dollars on things other than maintenance. Almost all the RV power pedestals have been backed into and about a half-dozen no longer have power as a result. The bathrooms and laundry need refurbishment. The men's outside door no longer closes, nor would you need the "key" to open it as the latch is rusted through. Both the women's and laundry need TLC also. The covered causeways (between the central buildings) roofs have failed and some are closed. PNW-MWR has obviously not been spending the kind of money here they have, for example, at Cliff-Side at Whidby Island NAS. Cable TV is no longer provided from 1 Oct to 1 May (?) The $15 rate is the non-holiday, winter rate. At the current time, do NOT call the 1-800 (national) number for reservations, call the local number. The national system couldn't find any of my reservations when I need to make a change, only the local office could.
09/2012
rating [ 6/10 ]
The K/M web-site calls this a "fish camp" and it really is. If you are a fisherman, great. Not so good otherwise. At the time of our visit both the TV and Internet were down due to the bankruptcy of the provider. Large sites, quiet.
06/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
Large spots, easy access. The only downsides are highway and train noise.
10/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is one of our favorite campgrounds on the coast. Easy access to the beach from the dune camp sites. This campground has a hot-tub, this is only open during the "season", basically April to Oct. Wi-Fi only really works near the club house. Minimal facilities, well, other than good easy access to the beach.
10/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
First, this campground is ONLY available to Military Personal, their families, employees of the DoD and retired (Military and Civilian) The Wi-Fi is only available in the main building The tent-sites are separate from the RV sites, but tents may be allowed in the RV section. The camp-site count is for the RV section. The tent section has no power, the RV section does. Easy beach access, restaurant, game room, hot-tub, bowling alley, and first run movies in small theater.
09/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Nice mix of sites, open full serve, nice shaded sites. Everything you could want Golf and a in-side (heated) pool. Good access to Mt. Rainer and Mt. Saint Helen's.
08/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good basic campground, not much of a "resort". We usually only stay here when we have something in the area to do. It's not a place we would go and "stay".
07/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Nice state campground, hard to get into as the campground is very popular.
10/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
As stated, this campground needs help. There are two complete roads blocked and the sites overgrown. One additional road was blocked and overgrown when K/M bought the campground, this has been cleaned up as over-flow camping. K/M has, to date spent over $100,000 on repairs and improvements since buying the campground in April. This includes the pool, hot-tub, dump-stations (a new 4 stop station) and interior work. The "stated" 351 sites have not been available for many years. K/M has a large (for off-season) crew working on the campground this winter. Select sites will be upgraded to include sewer (Pacific Coast Deluxe). The previous owners closed the campground in winters and just let it go. K/M is keeping it open and is going to work on maintenance and improvements all winter. Wi-Fi is available, in and around the lower clubhouse. The $1 price is wrong, my class of membership is free.
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