Not quite in the redwoods as they describe in their web site, but there are big trees in the park. Sites in the deepest woods are also right on 101 so there is road noise. We were back into the park in a more open area, but no road noise. You are on dirt or grass for a sight, not too badly spaced. Acess was easy and the staff very friendly. Close to Crescent City and the parks near there. Good cell service with Verizon. Would stay again if in the area.
Dirt roads and pads, some very unlevel. One shower and bathroom for this many sites and some very tight spots made me give this a 7. Pretty area with lots of trees. Due to the drought, it was very dry and dusty when we were there. It is close to Crater Lake park, 15 miles from the campground to the lake, 3 miles to the north entrance. Wifi did not work for us that the park provided but got some signal with Verizon so my phone hot spot did work at times.
Beautiful park on the Columbia river in Eastern Oregon. Easy on and off I-84. Trains go by on the south side, so you may want to ask for a north side sight. River sights are on the north side. Large sights with grass and a great view of the river. Would be tough to be outside if it were very hot or windy which happens on the river. Would have given it a 10 except that the sites are gravel and our site, 21, had the table and fire pit on the wrong side of the trailer.
If you like trees, you will like this park. We were in section F which is like being in a coastal rain forest. Paved roads and paved spot, fairly level and OK to back in to. Interior roads are very narrow and some are two way, so if you meet someone with another unit, some one may have to back up. There is cable TV in some sights, section C I think. Good play ground for the kids, rest rooms were clean and well maintained, lots of park Hosts. You walk to the beach under highway 101, so no sights are ocean front. We will stay here again. Would have rated it higher if the access roads were a bit wider.
5 full hookup sites and 7 water and electric only sites. All back in and tight fit. OK for a stop for one night. Clean area and a playground for the kids but pets not allowed. We wouldn't stay here again
We were in a ocean front spot. If you aren't there you don't know you are at the ocean the rest of the sights are in the trees or small sights next to the access road. Sights are gravel and fairly large. They are fairly level. Staff was helpful. We would stay again
Clean well kept park right on the Flat Head River. We were in section H at the end, so not a river front sight, but looking at the river all the time. The river front sights near us were very small, good for tent trailer or 20 ft. or under RV. Everything worked as advertised. Gave it an 8 because the bath/shower facility closest to us was closed for some reason, no explanation was given as to why and the only trash cans were by the registration/bath house as you came in, a long hike from our sight or most sights. Sights are gravel or grass, roads are paved, view is great. 30 minutes to Glacier and Big Fork. 5 minutes to all the Kalispell shopping. 30 minutes to White Fish. We would stay again.
Really nice COE campground on the Pend Orielle river. As has been said, large sights, lots of shade, lots to do in the park. Would have given it a 10 if there were sewer hookups. Park closes the end of Sept. which is a shame since it was almost full the three week days we were there. Will stay again.
We had a sight backing on the Yakima River. All sights are gravel and seem fairly level. The river sites are water and electricity only with a fire pit and table. If it was a busy weekend, you would be close to your neighbor. Shade trees all around. Main complaint is location. I-90 is right there so you hear road noise all the time. Access roads are dirt, so dust is a problem. If you have kids, they have the typical KOA kid stuff with pool, play area, etc. Bathrooms were spotless. Not only typical of this park, but most we have been to lately, why are there so few garbage cans and located far apart in the parks? Long walk to dump your trash. We would stay again for a night.
Price is for a water front site. Paved roads, sites, and table pads. Green grass between sites and always well kept. We have stayed here many times and keep coming back. Right behind the Costco, but quiet; don't even know it is there. Bike/hiking trail at your front door; golf close or a driving range next door; food, wine, starbucks within 3 blocks. Not a lot of shade, so it will be hot here in July and August. It can get windy too, so be prepared. We would stay again obviously.
We were one of about 12 units in the park. Roads are dirt and would be dusty after a dry spell. Shade on all sites; some easier to get into than others, so take a look first. We found it strange that there was but one dumpster in the park, and it was near the entrance, so if you park out away from the entrance, you will have a walk with your garbage. Sites were mostly level with good hookups. If there is a dance going on in the dance center, it could be busy. It is not very kid friendly; not much for them to do. Creek is on the south edge of the park with not much access. Nice stuff too see and do in the area. We would stay again.
Good: It does have shade and not very expensive. Bad: It is in serious need of upgrading; power does not work in several spots, but not marked as such. We set up in one only to find out the power stand did not work. Roads are dirt and with the rain they are a quagmire, as was the site. Some permanent residents were in junky trailers. Road noise very evident unlike what their web sight says. Entrances to bath and shower were wood and slippery. No fire pits or very many tables. Most sites did not have picnic tables at all, and ours was old and about to fall apart. Another park down the road looked a lot nicer and was the same price. We would not stay here again.
We stayed here last fall and loved it, found out this year why. We were in an interior site away from the road and it had rained some, so dust was at a minimum. This year we were in one of the lower numbered spaces, which are right above the hiway, so road noise was very apparent and it has been dry, so dust was also an issue at times. Big rigs fit, but it can be tight, lower numbered sites are better for them, but then you have the road issue. We would stay again, but request a higher numbered site. Folks weren't as friendly as last year either. No issues with garbage as noted by some and security patrolled the area off and on all night.
Rate is for three people and two little dogs; they charge for folks over two and pets. Park is as described by others below. Sights are somewhat tight, and with the trees, you may have a long run for either water, power, or sewer since they are not usually together. Very nice folks, very clean, beautiful setting. Gave it a 9 for the tight fits and dirt interior roads. large units would have some trouble getting into some of the sights. We will definitely stay here again, Rainier is close and restaurants are also close. Get gas in Ashford or Elbe; no gas in the park. Ride the steam train in Elbe.
Great park, large spots, green grass, paved roads and easy access. We were facing Puget Sound and could see all the ship traffic going in and out of Seattle. Very quiet at night, close to local attractions in Port Townsend and the Olympic Peninsula. Would have given it a 10, but no cable or wifi. We did get great TV with our trailer antenna from Seattle, even hi def.
Great park. Close to Glacier, large sites mostly, WiFi is weak unless close to the store. We had a full hookup site with none close to us. Only one restroom here with mens and womens: is very clean and well taken care of. the Park is very clean and well managed. I would have given this a 10, but roads and sites are packed gravel, no dust when we were here, but if weather had been dry, dust could be a problem. There were large motorhomes moving through slowly, but not hitting anything.
OK, this is a nice place, but it is right on the highway, so get a sight with a high number in one of the rows that will put you further from the road. Also, the south side pull through sites sit in the sun and have a construction sight behind them. It is well taken care of and the flowers are nice. I didn't use the showers, but the bathroom seemed clean as were the grounds. The interior back in sights are all in the shade, some deep in the shade. We would stay here again, but it isn't one of our favorites.
Nice park if you don't mind camping in a field. The spaces are large with room between you and your neighbor, but no separation for privacy. The ground cover is field grass and weeds, the roads are gravel, but no real dust if people keep their speed down. The rest rooms and showers were clean and well kept. We were here three nights for a manufacturer's rally. The wind blows, which can be a good thing because if it didn't, you would fight the mosquitoes. Very pretty part of the high desert of Eastern Oregon. Lots to do in the area if you are a history or outdoor buff. We would stay again.
Great "woodsy" camp ground, large trees, ferns, narrow roads, but paved. We stayed in sight 56 which had water and electricity, pull through site but not very level, our trialer is small and we had a hard time finding a level spot. Large trailers and fifth wheels would have trouble with the roads and some of the sight wouldn't be very easy to back in to. Sights one through 76 have power and water, all others are dry. Bowman bay is close to the sound, but sights are small and a tight loop to drive around to get in and out. Rest rooms were clean, but you need tokens to use the showers, so ask at the front booth when you enter if you plan on using the park showers. Beautiful park with lots to do outdoors, we would come back.
Nice campground run by the Army Corp of Engineers. Newly paved roads and electric and water hookups. All sights have gravel pads with a large table and large metal fire pit. Showers and bathrooms are clean and well maintained. Lots of room between the sights and all are in the trees, so lots of shade. A bit of a walk to the boating and swimming area, campground is on the Pend O'rielle river west of Sandpoint Idaho. Lots to do in the area too if you don't want to just sit and or swim. Good bike paths in the park.
Rate is for water and electric sight near the restrooms. All other sights are dry camp only and are $8 per night, no flush toilets for them, no showers at all and no dump available anywhere in the camp or area. Nice park, oasis in the desert. Right on the Deschutes river for easy fishing access. You get to listen to the trains go by at night (day too) but they are not all that bothersome. We would stay here again, great access for steelhead and salmon fishing in the late summer and fall.
Large well spaced sights in the trees with lots of grass and paved roads. Great family park with play areas, swim area, and good bike riding. Be prepared for the wind, if you haven't been here, you will see why this is the sail board capitol of the US. The wind blows most of the time and at around 20 to 40 mph each day. Didn't use the park showers, but the rest rooms were clean and well taken care of. We would stay here again on the way to the Oregon coast from Eastern Washington.
Overall the park is clean and appeared to be well run. We stayed in the 14 area, paved and nice sights, but most of the sights are on the dirt and very tight. We saw several large 5th. wheels and motorhomes that had to really struggle to fit in and then were very close to their neighbors. There were lots of families with small kids and dogs, so if this isn't your cup of tea, you might want to look elsewhere. Showers were OK, not great. You are close to downtown Cannon Beach, about 4 blocks and about the same to the ocean beach. I am not sure we would stay here again.
A surprise park, the park is on the back side of Ice Harbor dam 8 miles east of Burbank. Large pull through and back in sights with lots of shade and green grass in the sage brush of eastern Washington. Very large sites with lots of space between trailers. The area was very well kept and clean. Swimming beach is a long way off, but sandy area with roped off swimming area. Large marina is here also since you could boat all the way to Portland, Or. from here or east to Lewiston, Idaho.
Clean, well cared for park. We took a water front site, but any of the sites were close to the river and the bike path in front of the park. One block to Costco, but no road noise from there. Grass was green and well watered. Some type of screening between sights would be nice, but this appears to be a fairly new park, so trees haven't had much time to grow. It would be a hot place to stay in July and August since Clarkston gets to about 100 degrees many days in those months and no shade. We would go back for the bike trail if nothing else.
Nice state park, many sights scattered over at least 50 acres. There is a Lewis and Clark history center at the entrance of the park, cabins for rent, lots of trees, good paved roads and easy pull through sites off the Snake river. River sites are back-ins. Nice beach and picnic area and large play areas. Trails leading up the roadless east side of the Snake river make good hiking and biking. Large boat ramp and marina for boating and fishing access. The park is about 1 mile south of Lewiston with all the stores and services you could want. Very quiet, but summer months are much busier than the fall when we were there.
We have stayed here two times visiting our kids in the area. Very nice, quiet and generally clean park. The sites are paved and some grass in each site, bushes separate the sites so you are not looking right into your neighbor. The spaces on the east side of the lake are the most quiet since you are farthest from the road, but none of the sites could be called noisy. Staff was business like, but no bones about the fact you will follow the rules, which are many. We will stay again and would recommend it to anyone staying in the Seattle/Bothell/north Seattle area.