The entrance is not welcoming and somewhat confusing. The staff are friendly, one was a little bit ditzy but generally did a good job. Trash was emptied daily. The bathrooms are old and could have been cleaner. They didn't follow the published schedule for honey wagon service so be sure to ask what the schedule is when you check in if you think you will need it. There was no noticeable damage from flooding. It is an older park. Appears to be a family place. Youngsters enjoying fishing from the stream banks and many had ATVs so there must be access nearby but not allowed to use them in the campground. Roomy sites, nearly level, lots of trees (big rigs beware) and open grassy areas. Some mosquitoes, not enough to chase you indoors. There is a nice group area near E19. There was an area separate from the campers for long term residents. We will go here again.
I thought this was a scary looking place from the street but only because they are next to an industrial business and a shabby old motel. They appear to allow any size, age or type of rig for overnight or long term. We were in a pinch and took a chance. No regrets. Most of the sites were on dirt but had trees for shade. We got one of the few with grass and a gravel pad. Everything worked great! There was some train noise but I have come to believe that is standard. We did not use the bathrooms so can't comment on them.
Nice parklike green grass in center of sites. Camp hosts were friendly. Plenty of shade. Very quiet. The only downside is many of the sites are "doubles" and the fee is based accordingly. Perfect if you are traveling with another rig. Otherwise you pay for both. There isn't a way to pay for half. Even if you could, the other half is parked very close you. In fact if you were traveling with another rig, there isn't enough room on the pad to face your doors at each other (like we usually do). If you wanted to put out your awnings you would have to be back to back. Then set up your shared tables at the end. Kind of funky in my opinion. This must be a popular spot though as many of the sites were reserved. We were able to get satellite but only because we were a single in a double with lots of room to maneuver into a position where there was a break in the trees.
Nice park on the Snake River. Sites were spacious and some were shaded. Must be a popular place as many spaces were reserved for the upcoming weekend. Fenced pet exercise area is too far from the camp area to be at all useful. Would have rated it higher but the mosquitos were vicious! I expected some since camping near water but a control system needs to be instituted.
A very nice park. Shaded forest, 13 pull-thru sites. I only heard the train once, early in the evening. Otherwise a quiet area. Convenient to Cascade Locks and Multnomah Falls. No reservations so stop early for best selection.
This is a busy place because pools and grounds are beautiful attracting tour buses and other groups for day use. There is an office for raft trips here also. The RV sites are nice and some have wide lawns. The water system is lacking. The gardens seem to be well watered but the sites have low water pressure and several had broken lines. At our first site mud flushed into our water lines so we changed sites. We stayed 2 nights. Before we left they started digging up the line next to us requiring we bring our slide in and disconnect. The fee for more than 2 people per site is $8 per person and there is a 9% lodging tax.
Beautiful park! Friendly staff. Spacious sites, grass, trees, paved and nearly level. Only draw backs were site was soggy from watering the grass and not positioned well for satellite access. Wi-Fi access is available for $2 per hour, $4 per day or weekly/monthly rates. River is not seen or heard but easy access. We will absolutely stay here again.
We enjoyed our visit here and stayed an extra night. We liked our site (#R15) even though it was a tight fit for our 32 ft MH. It was right on the Virgin River with access for swimming and tubing and right on the Zion National Park shuttle route. The scenery was wonderful. We had dinner across the road at the Spotted Dog Cafe (connected to Flanigan's Inn) and I highly recommend it. The only draw backs were the staff (they didn't seem to know what they were doing), internet access was only available in the lobby, the dirt and after the rain storm - mud, our site was far from level, even the dump site leaned sharply away so we weren't sure our tanks emptied completely. We did not use the other facilities.
I felt the staff here were less than friendly. We had one of the few sites that were semi-private (#153). It was a pull-thru where rigs were parked end to end. Their map looks as though one side is not near the road. This is not the case. The roadway is next to the site on both sides leaving only enough space for the awning and picnic table. There is a small forested area on the other side of the roadway separating the site from the next group of sites. There were enough trees for comfort but we still could get satellite tv. It is, as others mentioned, dusty! There is not Wi-Fi in the campground. There is pay for access internet available in the laundry area. The laundry area was dirty. I did not use the other facilities, they seemed over run by a group of teens in a tour group. I agree with others, the best thing about this park is the location, so near to beautiful Bryce Canyon National Park.
This is just an average park. The staff was not nasty or overly friendly (a plus for me). The sites are mostly dirt/crushed rock and not very level. Hardly a blade of grass anywhere. There are trees but not shade. A parking lot with trees as mentioned by others. The pet area was muddy from the irrigation of the orange trees with standing puddles that smelled. Appeared to be an after thought or way to discourage pets. The facilities appeared clean but I don't use them. The tap water was a strange cloudy color but tap water in California is frequently not pristine. There was noise from the farm road and freeway and trains. It was only about a third full but everyone was bunched together. Presumably because of the Wi-Fi access that was poor even though we were very near the office (space 137). The uniqueness of being able to pick oranges December to March maybe attractive for some. I would stay here again for the oranges perhaps or if I was passing through and really needed a place to pull off.