Don't be deceived by their website, this place is basically a parking lot in the woods. It's shady and nice, but if you rent a cabin you will have a Cruise America RV right at your campfire. No privacy anywhere. Also, one end of the campground has a playground and the other end has a basketball court. If you want quiet then forget it. Friendly staff, super clean restrooms and redwood shade, but that's it for the price. Next time I'll stay at the state park up the road.
I thought the sites were adequate. The main distraction at this park was the ever-present maintenance staff. They were always under foot, making a lot of noise and not very pleasant. They spent several hours in the early evening power washing the pool deck with a very loud compressor. They decided to clean the pool as soon as we went swimming. Items in the store are very pricey. The staff at the office were very accommodating.
Huge park across the street from the Fairplex, where off-road races were happening. A bit noisy this weekend. Nice pool and spa, where kids ruled. Under 14 year olds in the spa and yelling until the pool closed. The park was very noisy with kids running about after dark. Inconsiderate travelers and perms with wind chimes. The lady across from us had her chimes hanging from the edge of her huge awning. Effectively making the chimes closer to our windows than hers. She was inside the whole time with her windows shut. Very close spaces.
Great location for bus and trolley to SD and Tiajuana. Nice pool and spa. Well stocked store. It gets a ^ for these reasons: 1) I called to change reservation and was told "If you do this again, you will lose your deposit." I felt like I got slapped on the wrist. 2) I asked for a quiet space when I filled out the online reservation. This was confirmed upon arrival. I was given a space next to the pool and office, right next to the path leading to the parking lot. 3) On noise, I'm always amazed at the inconsiderate travelers who park their coach, put out annoying wind chimes and then go inside with the windows and doors shut. The people across from me had those especially loud metal chimes that they hung right in front of the pool area. They spent the whole time locked up in there RV, while everyone at the pool and nearby sites listened to metal banging together 24/7. 4) The spa rules specifically state that 9-10pm is adults only. At 9pm about 20 middle school and high school age kids showed up and the staff that was around did nothing. 5) The place has a horrible odor. At about 6pm, I was informed the sewer had backed up and I could not dump tanks until the next day. My black tank was full!. 6) A group of homeless people urinating and fighting in the dog walk area.
Incredible park! Close to downtown, quiet, great pool and spa. They are a little strict about dogs, but the area outside the park is ample for walking and safe. Big rigs actually fit in the small, back-in sites. Each site is lined with shrubs for complete privacy. I noticed that they let some people park tow vehicles in empty sites. They have the most incredible hummingbirds and feeders at the office.
This park would have received a 10. It's nice and clean, has a great laundry room and friendly staff. Pool looked great but had leaves floating in in it. It gets a 9 because website says directs you to the JCT of 93 and 40, but the park is not visible at all from the hwy or exits. I had to call for directions. And the big reason for a 9. They had plenty of sites available, but put us right in front of the office with all the traffic, etc. And right outside the office door, a set of those annoying bamboo wind chimes. I have yet to understand why anyone with an RV would hang those annoying things within 5 feet of another rig, but the office should know better.
Very nice facilities and ample space at the site. Two things nearly spoiled our stay here. Local families apparently come to do laundry and allow their unsupervised children to use the pool area. I saw this happening throughout our stay. One father even told his kid to follow us in through the keyed gate. The child then proceeded to urinate in the hot tub. Also, the landscaping crew arrived at 7:30 am with shovels, rakes and weed whackers. Not what I would expect for price.
Very tight spaces. Slide out was 3 inches from neighbor's slide out. It is a huge park with little grass and no laundry facilities. The trash bins at the front of the park were always open and stunk like rot. Even with the sparse grass, the mower ran endless right through the sites at 830 in the morning. Nice staff and close to town.
Busy roads with cars, rigs, carts, bikes and walkers. Hot tubs are huge but so chlorinated that it bleached my swimsuit. We paid about $30 a day for the first 5 days and decided to stay one more day. They charged us $51, claiming their rates had changed. Fire ants all over site. The big positive is the pool area, activities and closeness to Sarasota and services. The big negative is the park is mostly mobile homes and park models with the RV sites sort of mixed in. Would return if we had to.
Very nice park with hiking trails, nice store, big sites and well kept. My only complaint. We made it all the way from Alaska and this was the first time we were charged for early arrival. The park was nearly empty.
Great park and very quiet even on Labor Day weekend...nice paved trails along river that lead to downtown and over to Moorehead. My credit card was charged for 2 nights before we arrived and they had lost my reservation, but they still gave us a site. Dump station is conveniently located on the way out of the camping area. No kids, but great playgrounds.
Great location for tourists. Lots of great restaurants nearby. Unique campground since it's really a marina. The water pressure is 110 psi, so bring a regulator. Free washer and dryer in the harbor house. Dump station requires that you use their hose and it's right at the entrance gate. I was little surprised when I asked if I could stay an hour longer and was told no...there was only about 3 other RVs in the RV area and lots of spaces for newcomers.
Nice quiet park with lots of trees and not really in St. Paul...it's in Woodbury and very close to lots of shopping. Pool was closed for the season. Friendly staff; but don't rely on cab rate information from the office. I asked how much cab fare would be into Minneapolis and was told $20...it was actually $50.
A very nice park. Very friendly owner. Excellent sites, but a little noise from highway. Right across the street from the Coeur d'Alene paved trail system. No park rules were given to us when we checked in, probably explains why someone ran their generator at 630am.
We stayed here twice. They have three pools, but we're not sure why they don't make one of them adults only. Nice sites and near everything. There is a huge mega mall across the street, downtown Vancouver, Washington is a short walk across the bridge, bus routes to Portland at the mall and a bike path all the way into Portland or Vancouver. The only reason this place doesn't get a 10 is the constant noise from everything: constant boat horns, long lasting and blaring train whistles day and night, airport and military jets right overhead. As soon as there is a moment of quiet, the lawn mower crew comes through (early in the morning). They mow constantly here. The maintenance shed is right by the pool and many of the sites, a lot noise coming from inside too. The sprinklers come on in the middle of the night and shower the outside of the RV and spray up into the trees. If you want peace and quiet, not a good bet.
A giant parking lot on a cliff overlooking the foggy ocean. The beach below was the filthiest I've ever seen. Reasonably quiet and clean, but very tight. We decided to stay an extra night and had to move sites. We woke up one morning to an entire family reunion having breakfast right in our site. Very tight spaces. We liked being so close to San Fran.
This park gives the Good Sam discount, but is not a Good Sam Park. A lot of perm residents and run down trailers. Nice place if you like shade and we washed our rig on site. A lot of cars driving through into the night.