Camped in a 40' Motorhome with 3 slides. Very tight sites, Cedar shrubs line the sites and were against one side of rig. Park is located between of Canada Hwy 1 and a busy railroad. Trains are very loud and will shake your rig. Park is well maintained and desk personnel very helpful. Easy access to Vancouver and surrounding area. Nice pool and hot tub.
Good one night stay over location. Restrooms were being renovated and temporary accommodations were minimal! Park was far enough off the Interstate so traffic noise was not a factor. Beautiful mountain scenery. Of course you're next to the Casino if you want to invest some $'s.
Was given a "Pull-thru" for the one night stay, but could not pull thru due to tree branches hanging low. I was able to back out and go around. Wish the rating system rated the actual campsite and how they accommodate either motorhomes or trailers / 5th wheel.
Manager was great and very helpful. Although the campground borders the freeway noise was not a big factor. Surge Guard protector gave messages that there was electrical problems on periodic bases, talked to the manager but he could not find a problem. Detector did not show problems before arrival and no signs since departing. Well maintained park including bathrooms and showers.
Manager is rude!! Park has tight turns and pull-thru sites will accommodate a large Motorhome. Space for towed vehicle is along coach and does not leave a lot of room between. I parked my towed vehicle in the vacant space next door so I could access my storage and the manager was not kind. Park is between I-84 and busy railroad tracks. Park is well maintained and office staff and workers are very friendly.
We stayed at this park for 3 weeks, 5/23 - 6/13. Cable TV did not work upon arrival and they tried to tell me it was our rig. Got it working intermittently over the 3 weeks. When they worked on it, they never informed you especially when it did not work, you were surprised when you tried to watch TV at night! They finally ran new cable during our last days so I assume the problem was theirs and not my rig, I have plugged in at other parks with no problems. Pool was down for repair the entire stay. Workers were very friendly and helpful. Spaces are long and narrow with trees. After extending slides, our lower compartment doors could not be opened fully do to trees. I was very disappointed that the owners didn't offer some kind of compensation. Hey, throw in a free pancake breakfast ($3.00) to acknowledge their problems and show customer appreciation.
Older park, I was able to park my 40' Motorhome without a problem, but spaces are not wide. My MH system would NOT acknowledge 50 amp service when plugged in. They worked on it but said it was my system. So we lived with the 30 amps. They have an RV Park, Motel and restaurant. Many of the RV spaces are workers for one of these areas. All the workers were very friendly. The restaurant had good food, especially pies!
Stayed over July 4, 2011. When making the reservations I was told I had a 50 amp hookup. Upon arrival was informed only 30 amp hookup was available. Electric service was poor ranging down to 103 volts. Views of St Lawrence was fabulous. Owners were very customer oriented. Very well maintained landscaping.