Best kept secret on the East Coast. Very nice park. We camp here at least once a year. Very wooded with a natural look. Most sites are divided by natural growth. 50 amp sites are limited, but we have had our 40' on most of them. Some sites are not level but are doable. Facilities are dated but are maintained well. Restrooms and showers are also dated but kept clean as long as you remember you are on the beach and sand is everywhere. Sand gets tracked into the restrooms. Best part is how quiet the park is and how close you are to a fabulous beach. Staff and host campers are friendly and do most anything to keep campers happy. There is a small store. Close to all supplies, restaurants, groceries, movies, etc. Military BX and Commissary within a mile and is off base. Excellent value especially if you like the beach.
We have camped here twice, but will not return. No site is level and both sites we have had, we have had to raise a wheel or two off the ground to get level. The overnighters are stuck out on the "back forty" and a long walk to the amenities like the pool and store. The employees are not friendly. This might be a good destination campground if you want to spend a lot of money.
As others have said, this park is way overpriced. All sites are very small and mostly concrete. One way in one way out. No turn around. Have to unhook your car at the gate and back up to turn around. Like camping in a parking lot with hook ups and a view. We will NOT go back.
Friendly staff. Long, flat pull through sites. Very close to busy I-95 so the traffic noise is loud. AC power went off 6 times in less than 12 hours. No extended outage but had to reset everything. Wi-Fi was strong but dropped out constantly. Was not usable and no help from office. Park and all facilities are very dated. We would not stop here again.
Clean, quiet, well groomed park. Primarily a long term park (most in Florida are) they have 20 pull- throughs for short timers as well as back in mixed in with the long term residents. Most long terms are neat, some are old but clean and neat. Common areas are very nice including the pool, spa, laundry, and club house. Good cable with lots of channels. Wi-Fi drops out sometimes. Some sites have cement pads and some have shade. Rate is Camp Club USA. We would stay here again.
Nice park. Lots of room. Kid friendly. Staff was indifferent. Over night lots were not level and I had to lift one dual off the ground to get level. Good cable TV and WiFi. Quiet park. We will stay here again but will be more selective about a site.
Nice clean, quiet, convenient. Sites level. The sites near the office have best Wi-Fi signal, but toward the back the sites are much larger. Good cable. Friendly staff. Only "fly" was a very strong sulfur smell with the water. So bad we elected not to wash clothes. Restrooms and laundry are well built but in need of a good cleaning. Rate is Camp Club. We would stay here again overnight.
This is a very beautiful park. We were the only overnighter there and most of the sites seem to be permanent and occupied on week-ends. The pool was closed. There are only 18 full hook ups. They do have their own sewer treatment plant but no sites were close enough to notice it this time of year. Our pull-through was long and we leveled easily. Wi-Fi is very good and antenna TV is good also. Our rate was CCUSA. We will stay here again.
The is a large attractive park with three sections. A gated permanent section, a nice section for "monthlies" (section B), and a pull through section for over nighters (section A). The "lakefront" sites are not for transients but I asked for and received a nice wide site on a pond in section B. The pull throughs are not very level, the "all paved roads" means main roads, and copious amounts of animal waste litter many sites and common areas. The most undesirable aspect of this park is the foul water which has a metallic odor, taste, and look. One of few parks in the area. Near I-90. Restrooms are adequate but not clean.
We have been on the road for 4 months. This park is positively the best value we have seen. Pull-throughs are pretty, long, wide, and shady. Very convenient to interstate but very quiet. Owners are friendly and helpful. WiFi is adequate. TV by antenna is minimal. No amenities but a great place to rest. Rate is Camp Club. We would definitely stay here again.
Beautifully planned and maintained park. Very long and wide grass sites with gravel roads and pads, but no shade. Good WiFi and over the antenna TV. Cable TV is planned. Only thing missing is a pool/spa. Close to interstate but little noise. GPS directions were wrong. Very friendly host/owners. Rate is 1 night Camp Club and 1 night Good Sam discount. We would stay here again.
Friendly owners, escorted us to the site. It is very close to I-90. It features, shady, attractive, and grassy sites. There is a nice pool. The WiFi was marginal but we were in a far corner of the park. There is TV over the air for about 3 or 4 channels. The GPS instructions are wrong and there are no signs at I-90 exit. Trust the campground book directions as campground is just south of Interstate. We would stay here again but would ask for a site in the back away from interstate noise.
Beautiful, quiet campground 1 mile off interstate. Most others we saw were right on the roads. Stayed in the upper campground to be level. No one else was here Labor Day weekend. Short walk to lower campground and amenities was worth the beauty. Got 2 or 3 channels over the air. Good WiFi. Wide variety of sites from tents to concrete pads with bar-b-que and hot tub. Great hosts. We will stay here again.
The only two things we didn't like about our stay was the weather and the side by side hook-ups. This caused the driver's side to be pretty close to your neighbor. Parking to the far right can help. The owners and the host campers were very friendly and helpful. Our beautiful view was blocked by only clouds and rain. The restrooms were always neat and clean. Owners stated that the campers who were asked to leave because of flooded bathrooms were caused by their kids removing shower heads and having a water fight. No TV or phone, very quiet.
The office sent us to two sites that were occupied, then one without water before we picked out our own site and told them where we were. Our "Grandview" was a large metal building and a big pile of dirt. The sites were level and average size. WiFi was slow but cable TV was good.
Clean, neat, crowded park. As other have stated, has narrow roads and sites, rocks guard the grass, trucks and cars crowd the roads. Quiet if your are in the back. Excellent cable TV. Camp Club USA rate. We were able to park 40' Class A and dingy.
New park. Large but neat and clean. A variety of level sites. Quiet, wooded area although most sites don't have shade. Good Wi-Fi, "minor" cable but good reception. Friendly staff. 40 miles from Mt. St. Helens.
Beautifully landscaped and very well maintained: a very attractive park. The full hook-ups are in. No other amenities except for the golf course. Bath rooms looked to be almost finished. WiFi only worked with Windows 7, not with XP. Good cable TV. We were put in a "premium, golf course view, pull in site." Another motor home was backed in next to us and 8' away from our door. Price was higher than we were quoted on the phone. We were told $54 on the phone for two nights but were charged $64. Nice, but over priced.
This is a well maintained, busy campground. All areas are black-topped except for a few strips of vegetation between sites. We were assigned to a site near the road and always heard traffic noise. Our site was 40' long and 30' wide with an eight foot high hedge on three sides so we didn't have to look at the dirty, poor maintained trailers on either side of us. The folks who ran the park were friendly and accommodating as we changed our reservations twice. Our picnic table was broken and unusable. Our rate was half priced as we are Camp Club USA members.
Quiet and off Hwy 101, 3 miles, easy to find. Has a half mile rock road to campground from the office. Sites are mostly level. There were no animals in the campground. The 50 amp sites are all rock. 30 amp sites have grass. Some shade. Typical of the Oregon coast, campground was windy in the PM and chilly for July. No internet or Wi-Fi in the campground. Some cable TV channels had very poor reception. Walking trails needed much TLC. "Golf Course" was a lawnmower path 5' wide ran through a pasture of grass 18" high. They called it "Pitch and Chip" and charged extra. Had docks and a boat ramp. Nice fish camp but we weren't here during fishing season. However, we would go back if in the area.