This is a huge park that is set up to feel open. A great place to stop and visit the Charleston area. Huge sites that are easy to get into. While the rest rooms are clean, they have a strong perfume smell which is very unpleasant.
This is a beautiful park located on a gorgeous stretch of beach. There are several excellent hiking trails near the lighthouse parking lot. However, it is very crowded and can feel congested. The smoke from the campfires is thick and unpleasant. There were a lot of insects, so maybe that caused the extreme smoke conditions as people tried to repel the insects. We left a day early to get away from the smoke.
The park is nice but an odd configuration which could cause big rigs problems. While the park is dog friendly, the beach is not. We would not have stayed here if we had known that our dogs could not walk on the beach.
A very spacious park. The WiFi works well. Our site was well away from the river but we could still see the passing boats. The river sites are wonderful. I drove through the Soo Locks RV Park and found it to be rather crowded. I will stay at Aune Osborne again and try to reserve a riverfront site.
Great WiFi. Large pull through sites with all the hookups. Right next to Svenson's RV Sales. Not a pretty campground, but convenient to Minot. Amazingly quiet as it is near highway 2 and a train track..
This campground does not have WiFi. It is a well kept campground. The pull thru sites are wide and lovely. The only problem is the train. There is railway crossing very near the campground and the trains blow their horn several times when they cross. So, it is very hard to sleep here.
A fine park but the sites are very close together so only a few sites have good views. WiFi was fine but cost extra. Staff was friendly. The Hamly leather store and restaurant in Pendleton are worth a visit.
While it is located on one side of an access road, there was little traffic. The gates are closed at 10 pm, so it is quiet at night. The morning traffic starts at about 4:30 am and is heavy near 7 am. Most sites back up to a forest so there is afternoon shade. Very close to historic Eureka. We will stay here again.
The RV park is not much to look at, but it is next to the Pomo Bluff Park which is magnificent. A fog horn is constantly sounding which is either romantic or annoying. We liked it. Very close to the town. For this park, its all about the location.
A lovely park. Lots of trees and near the river. The staff was helpful and friendly. The WiFi was weak. I actually rebooted it several times to get it to work. We had full hookups in a pull through site. There is a good winery with an excellent gourmet restaurant (The Grove) just outside the park. The downside, in addition to the WiFi, was that the north end where we stayed was very noisy. On the other side of the fence were lots of barking dogs and noisy cars. The guinea hens added to the cacophony. Stay in the south end.
An extremely clean RV park. Most of the sites are shaded. Lake Tahoe is right across the street ( highway 50) with lots of available picnic tables. Dogs can be on the northern part of the beach. The park staff is very helpful. Only 4 miles to the State Line Casino area. One huge drawback is that many of the lower sites are next to Highway 50 with lots of traffic, including trucks, which is very noisy all day and night. Also, are a lot of exhaust fumes from the trucks.
This is a Forest Service campground with shaded sites near the creek and upper sites with a spectacular view of the Owens Valley. Most sites are small, but there are a few big enough for a 30 -- 40 ft. motor home
This no longer a KOA and is now called Shady Oasis. A shady nice park which is next to the I-15 freeway and near the train track. The park is old, but everything works. The staff is friendly and helpful. The reason for the lower rating is the very loud freeway noise and train whistles.