First, let me say that this is the only RV Park in the area so they have a captive audience. We were in the big rig back in sites and they are not level. The hook ups are unacceptable. The water is way in the front of the site requiring extra hoses. The sewer is way in the back of the site. In these particular sites there are tent sites at the back of your site, crazy! While we would have fit in some of the sites in the lower numbers, I believe they purposefully place you in the big rig sites so they can charge you more. They also charge an extra $2.50 a day for 50 amp on top of the high cost of the site. I won't stay here again.
This is a nice RV park with long pull throughs. All utilities worked well. The WiFi was new and still being tested, it worked well near the office. The road getting to the park and the roads within the park were no problem for our 43 foot motorhome towing. The owners/managers were very helpful and friendly and checked to make sure everything was good at your site. We would stay here again.
Nice RV Park along the John Day River. The sites are long and fairly level. Great walking along the river and to town. It was a perfect place to park while seeing the area. We saw deer in the park daily. No host on site but we were able to contact the office by phone when needed. We would stay here again when in the area.
This is a neighborhood park with RV sites. The sites were level; they are not real wide, but the park was not that busy when we were there so it wasn't a problem. We parked our tow in visitor parking. The host was very friendly and helpful. It is convenient to explore the Twin Falls area. No road noise. Great hiking through the canyon along Rock Creek.
The staff were very friendly and helpful, and they escort you to your site. The sites were large rock sites with a concrete slab and table. Easy in and out. Very well maintained with paved roads and nice recreation room with pool table. Far enough away from I-84 so there was no road noise. Hosted BBQ on Memorial Day which was a great way to meet your neighbors. Rate is based on a month stay plus electric.
Nice level, shaded sites. No road noise from the interstate. Very pleasant/nice/fun owner/host. They had a prime-rib dinner on Friday evening that was great for $19.00. The sites are shaded with cottonwood trees that had already shed the cotton, but it was all over the ground; wouldn't be fun in the spring if you have allergies. Good walking area through the corn fields.
This is a very nice state park with level, clean, sites, helpful camp host, picnic table, and fire pit. Enjoyed the Oregon Trail Interpretive museum within walking distance to the park. Senior rate is half price Monday-Thursday.
We enjoyed our one night at Hi-Desert. Our site was level. We were in the front of the park and could not hear road noise. Staff were extremely helpful and pleasant. We were escorted to our site, and when we notified staff that we needed a tree trimmed so it would not rub on our slide topper they were very responsive and trimmed the tree. We would stay here again.
We stayed at Rancho California Resort for a month. We had a wonderful site with wonderful outdoor patios and kitchen with a view of the oasis that was wonderful. We will definitely stay here for an extended time again.
We stayed at Holiday Palms for almost two months. We like the location, you can walk to Tyson Wells to visit the vendors via the wash. The park roads need to be paved, the dust is brutal. They continue to have water problems, several times during the time we were there the water was not available. The park host makes this the place to stay. He is friendly, helpful and always around in case you need something. Next time we go to Quartzsite we will look for an RV park that has paved roads.
This is our place to spend a night when traveling through Bakersfield. Sites are level, paved and hookups that have always worked. Sites are long enough to leave our tow connected. Nice office staff and neighbors. We have noticed that more sites are long term, leaving fewer overnight spots. So far that hasn't been a problem because we usually pull in by 3 PM, suggest reservations if you will be pulling in much later.
The park is terraced on a hillside. We were in the back row which seemed to have larger sites than those below. We had no problem maneuvering in our 43 foot motorhome. Nice setting and close to Issaquah and Seattle. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for a week. The park is very clean, tables and chairs at each site, propane barbeque grills available for guests to use, fish cleaning station, and very nice enclosed swim spa with a view of the canal. They have a wonderful deck and pier on the Hood Canal. We will stay here again.
We enjoyed staying in this RV park. We had a waterfront site on Lent Slough which was nice. The sites were level and spacious. It was only 1/4 mile to Waldport so you could walk to town. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice RV park. It was exceptionally clean and well maintained. We visited the Aviation Museum which is a must. They have a walkway to the museum as well as the museum will shuttle you to and from. We loved the surrounding area and all the fine wineries and downtown McMinnville. This is a destination area with lots to see and do.
It is on the bay so it was cool and windy most of the time. Our site was not level. We were one row away from the bay view so we were not bothered by traffic noise or dust from the adjacent parking lots. They have a casino shuttle that will pick you up and return you to your site which was convenient. The RV park is fine for a night or two, not a destination.
This is a great RV park. The location is close to I-5, however we were not bothered by freeway noise. It was close to stores which was convenient. There are full-time rigs in the park however they were well maintained and you didn't feel like you were in trailer trash. The park was exceptionally clean, nice landscaping and level sites. The manager, was a pleasure and if you needed anything he was right there. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. Nightly cost are based on a 30 day stay.
We wanted to stay in this area, close to Mt. St. Helens. After one night we moved to another RV park. This RV park is an island between I-5 and the train. You have a choice of a site by I-5, my husband said he could count the lug nuts on the trucks, or by the train tracks. The clerk at the office said we were better off with I-5 noise, sure glad we didn't take the train noise if that was worse. The landscape is trees, the lawns are dead, our site was littered with garbage, and the pad was not level. We would not stay here again.
We loved Sweet Water Campground. The surroundings were beautiful, very clean and great staff. We were a little surprised that it was so far off of Hwy 12, at least 30 minutes to Hammond. But on the other hand that is what made it special...the solitude, the stars, the horses. If you are looking to get away, to a Campground versus an RV park this is it.
I liked a lot of things about this park, it is small (71 sites), it has a nice beach on the sound, the roads and sites are paved. The things I didn't like were sites that have garbage from the previous tenants, chairs on the beach, the pavilion and the Tiki bar that are dirty; sand on the small beach icky with previous guests garbage; garbage cans in public areas are full and smell. It appeared that "maintenance" did not include inspecting sites as they were vacated, daily inspection of public areas, or cleaning of the pavilion deck, kitchen, floors or bathrooms.