Stayed ten days over 4th of July. Activities were great and nearness of Rocky Mountain National Park was outstanding as was the general setting. The FHU "meadow" was a dusty parking lot right on top of your neighbor. We opted for W + E site, which were more spacious (almost as dusty, though) and with a bit of a view. Dump station was handy enough and good. Laundry facilities were minimal with 2 washers and 2 dryers for 150 sites! As dusty as everything was, this was woefully lacking. Wi-Fi was almost non-existent. The staff was generally good with a couple of clinkers.
Stayed 2 nights-1 on a weekend. Packed in tight, but back from the road so fairly quiet. No satellite access from our site and poor Wi-Fi. Our feeling was that the park facilities are over-run on the weekends and not-too-bad weekdays.
A nicer state park, but not great as RV parks go. The rate reflects the 9/day access fee putting this park financially on a par with most other campgrounds in the area. The park setting has its points with biking, boating, and walking right there and the feeling of being in the country (while actually in the city), but there is road noise from Parker and the interstate nearby. Unlike many state parks, the availability of treed sites is terrible. We biked around the campground and, despite many trees around, very few provide any shade to campsites. Local knowledge of the few that do is definitely needed because, once you have picked a site on the on-line system THERE IS NO CHANGING OF SITES ALLOWED. A slightly treed site near ours was open the entire time we were there, but no, we couldn't move.
Great owners! We stayed an extra week while our toad was fixed. They really took care of us with rides when we needed them and videos to watch. Our site was near the back and very quiet though a major road passes by the front. Nicely treed and utilities were good. Decent Wi-Fi and good cable. Would definitely stay again.
Level sites, wide enough for rig, slides, and tow car. Excellent people and setting. Get a site on the river, if possible. Has good Wi-Fi, cable TV and is very quiet at night. Steep entry driveway, but not a problem in our 40' rig. My only gripe was that there was only one trash spot for the whole park, otherwise a very good park.
The low rating is mostly for value. Poor Wi-Fi that gives you a short time free, then charges. No cable TV. The sites not very level. The road in from the north winds and twists. They say the road from the south is shorter, but open only seasonally: call first. There are some kid's activities, though it seems as though they charge extra for a lot. A decent park for about $30, for more than twice that is a rip-off.
Level sites, though not real wide (good enough for our slides). Friendly people. Train noise exists, but minimal impact. Not much freeway noise either. On the flight path for Portland airport and that was somewhat bothersome. Close to all sorts of shopping. Generally a good place.
This is a great RV park. Large sites, well wooded, fairly level, great manager,excellent water and sewer. The sites are so private that it feels as though you're alone in the woods. A deer visited out site this morning. Still, there is a mini-mart/video store a short walk away, fine dining within a short drive,and major shopping within 20 minutes drive. There are well-marked hiking trails all over the place. The only down side is no cable TV and satellite access is marginal, though the Wi-Fi is the fastest I've experienced in an RV park. Also very strong cell phone signal. If this park had CATV it would get the only "10" I've every given to a park.
This was a good park with level sites, though somewhat close together (just enough for the slides). No real view of the river. Some train noise, but not really enough to disturb us. Close enough to both Portland and the Columbia River Gorge for easy access to either.
A nice park nestled back in the woods. The Wi-Fi was non-existent at our site. Someone said that it was receivable near the office. Our Verizon air card worked fine, so I never tried. Some train noise, but it usually doesn't blow it's horn at night, so it was just background noise at our site.
This is a nice park in a wooded area with level, well spaced sites. The rate reflects a discount for staying by the week. The only gripes are that it is north of the naval air station at Whidby Island. The Navy flies until around midnight, a night or two a week. The fighters are noisy. Also the front desk staff doesn't like to accommodate campsite changes. A site we were interested in, was open when we got here, but we were told that it wasn't available for our two week stay. It was used once for a short overnight during that period. Otherwise, everyone's friendly and helpful. Has good cable TV and Wi-Fi.