My home park. Easy access off US 101 with gravel roads, grass sites, picnic tables and fire rings. Verizon cell service is good but park wireless weak. No trees to interfere with satellite. Good access for all size rigs with pull through sites. Five minutes from Neskowin Beach. Playground, grass and pool for kids.
Nice location close to town. Friendly staff at check in. Dirt roads and spaces. Table and fire ring and good cable. Satellite may be hindered at some sites by trees. Verizon service is good. Laundry room has two washers and dryers. Small park but would stay here again.
Nice people in the office. Roads are dirt and gravel and some are very narrow. NO Sewer hookups at sites but dump station is available. Sites are fairly level and grass. Lots of trees and they might interfere with satellite in some places. Nice meeting room and patio for groups. WiFi was extremely poor and Verizon service is bad. Park was nice and tent camping area is nice. Dedicated dog areas to let your pooches run. I would definitely stay here again.
Small family-owned park with very friendly owners. Paved roads with level gravel sites and grass. Sites have picnic table and recycling bin. Great landscaping and very quiet. Excellent Verizon and Wi-Fi service. Morning coffee and afternoon get-togethers. Most sites are back-in but a couple of pull-throughs. Park is close to town, the Cape Blanco Lighthouse, and a great little seafood restaurant (Griff's) on the Port Orford dock. I would definitely stay here again.
Nice park with paved roads and paved sites that are fairly level. Grass around sites. Friendly staff in the office. Good Wi-Fi and Verizon cell service. Close to many activities in Eureka and surrounding areas. Cable TV available if your site has too many trees blocking satellite access. Some noise from the freeway on the east side, but nothing major. A great walking trail along the Eel River just down the street from the park. I would definitely stay here again.
Stopped without a reservation and found the office staff very nice. Was given a "pull thru" site but they directed me to the next row over to pull through there and straight across. The sites are gravel, narrow and the longest is 40 feet. The roads are paved but VERY narrow in the lower pull throughs. I had to ask the site next to me to move his truck so I could get out. The park is across the street from a marina and down the street from a shopping center. I would stay here again.
Small full-time RV park that takes occasional travelers. The roads are paved but very tight if you are in a rig over 30' and you will have to unhook at the office. Sites are very close together and NOT pull through. People are friendly, but I wouldn't recommend this place if you have a rig over 25 feet. On the highway, close to the local amenities.
Friendly camp host at check-in. Sites are well shaded but it's real tight for rigs over 38 feet. You may have to unhook to get to your site. Wi-Fi is marginal - two bars at best. Cable TV is mostly news and sports channels. Had to request a channel line-up. No satellite service due to trees. Beautiful lawn and fire ring area. Verizon cell service is barely three bars. Tables at sites and some have brick patios. No activities or play area for kids. Great location for checking out the McKenzie Highway area.
Friendly staff at check in with escort to pull through site. Sites are concrete with artificial turf and picnic tables. Easy to maneuver the largest of rigs even if towing. The park is very well maintained and has good wireless. Cell service (Verizon) is 4G in Reno area. Small dog run with sand and clean up bags. Airplane noise from Reno airport not disruptive. Large outlet mall with lots of different shops and eateries down the street. Sparks marina across the street with a nice walking path and bike rentals. Clean beach with nice swimming area. A great place to stay for a day or a week or more.
Friendly staff at check in. Site was reasonably level with table and fire ring. The grass needs some attention and mowing but the overall ambiance is nice. Lots of trees to provide shade. The cell phone service is bad if you have Verizon. I was unable to get any signal. The small restaurant has a nice menu and the "chile verde rice bowl" was great. The small lake is catch and release. A nice place to stay if you are going to Lassen National Park or Burney Falls. I would stay here again.
Great park off a main highway and right on Lake Wallula. Campground has direct lake access. Sites are paved and fairly level. There are lots of shade trees (forget satellite TV for most spots) and green grass all around. Two camp hosts are available for assistance and half the sites are reservable. There is a boat launch and the location is great for swimming and personal watercraft.
I was invited by some friends who own a space The park was fabulous. Although I am not an owner, everyone in the park was extremely friendly and welcoming. Level concrete pads with lots of grass surrounding all the sites. Great dog park for off-leash exercise. Wonderful clubhouse with a pool, hot tub and free laundry. The golf course is great, but challenging and there are walking paths throughout the property. There is shopping within about 15 minutes of the park. The only downside is spotty cell and wireless service. I would definitely stay here again.
Very helpful staff on check-in. When I asked for a space with shade on the awning side they were very accommodating. I was escorted to my site and they were quick to bring a picnic table. The sites are fairly level gravel with concrete and grass on the side. Sewer hookups are a little challenging for large motorhomes as they are more in the middle. The Wi-Fi is great if you don't have a wireless card and the cable has about 30 of the basic channels. The park is close to the freeway, the water park and Camping World. The park is very clean and I like it when people aren't allowed to over-clutter their sites. I would definitely stay here again.
Very helpful staff on phone and at check-in. Asked for a shade spot and they were very accommodating. Lots of grass for dog to lay around. Easy to negotiate in a motorhome with a tow vehicle. Roads and sites are gravel with grass and tables. Right on the highway but not noisy at night. Depending on your site, your satellite might have problems but the cable is excellent with about 60 channels to keep most people very happy. It's a great stop-over between Bend and Boise. I would definitely stay here again.
There is no formal RV park, but a dry camping area for RV's in the casino parking lot. There is a shuttle that runs to the RV area every 15 minutes or so, or you can call the casino and they will send the shuttle out. It's a good spot for an overnight stop when traveling from one end of Idaho to the other. No amenities other than the casino. Not a bad deal for FREE.
This is a membership co-op park for SKP members only. It is situated in a quiet area on the south side of Sutherlin about five minutes from the I-5 freeway. The park is extremely clean and well manicured and sits in a valley with beautiful trees all around. There isn't much shade at the individual sites. Verizon wireless cards work well and the cable TV is very good. Laundry is large and spotless. Clubhouse is very nice. Staff is extremely friendly and helpful. There are lots of activities on the premises and the beach is only an hour away. This is a great spot to stay for a day or a month.
Park is on the west side of I-5 but the noise is ok for one or two nights. The staff at check-in was great. Sites are terraced with grass between them. Big rigs towing can get through without problems. The sites are fairly close together but managable with slides. There is a small store inside the office with a decent selection of ice cream. Verizon wireless card works well, but WiFi is marginal at the far end of the park. The rate is Enjoy America and I would stay here again.
Not a bad spot for one night, but difficult to navigate the local streets with large rigs towing. Campground is off I-80 on the east side of fairgrounds through Gate J. Get phone number of caretaker off the fairground website and call him when you get inside gate. There are only about 10 full hookup sites with shade. I camped on a large grassy area with electric and water, which was fine for one night.
Great park right off the Hwy 101 south of Salinas. After hours, use the envelopes and money drop. Lots of trees and shade if the weather is warm. Great farming museum and equipment displays to entertain the kids (big and little). Fairly easy navigating for large rigs towing. Use the outside loop to get a grassy spot if you want satellite. Inside area is great for riding bikes and walking with pets. Verizon wireless card works well. Good spot for day trips to the coast.
The location is perfect for visiting the south rim of the park. There is a shuttle that stops near the entry ranger station and will take you just about everywhere in the park. Good shopping and the market in town has food and a large selection of camping and hiking equipment. The sites are not real level but there is cable TV that is adequate. The access is somewhat narrow but manageable in large rigs. The sites are dirt with some gravel and can be muddy if it rains or snows. I would definitely recommend this park and would stay here again. The staff at check in was very friendly.
Great RV park with friendly staff. Rate was for CCUSA. Sites are huge (40x80) with lots of room between you and your neighbor. Very level but sewer hookup had extension which raised it up so the hose doesn't drain straight in. Laundry room very clean with lots of machines. Club house was nice and they had a singer who did old-style cowboy ballads - absolutely fantastic. Close to Tombstone and a number of other nearby sites. If you like stars, there is no light from nearby towns, they were fabulous. I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to anyone.
Check in was a little slow (had to wait 35 minutes) due to the office being closed while the registration lady went to the bank. The sites are rather small and close together. Site #2 (ours) went one direction and site #1 went the other, so we had our slideouts within 18" of each other. The site was fairly level but the concrete pad was toward the rear of the site. Our Verizon wireless card worked well. This is a good place to stay for a few days but not a destination.
We stayed while dealing with some medical problems and I appreciated the clean, paved surfaces while dealing with a cast on my foot. Check-in was easy and our site was level and had a great little patio area. The laundry and bathrooms were spotless. The bathroom had a great handicap shower that had stools and was easy to use with a cast. Everyone was very friendly and the park hosted a Mexican BBQ one night that was great. I would definitely recommend this park to anyone.
Very pleasant staff on check-in and sites were pavement with gravel next to them. No grass and sites are very narrow with no privacy. Pavement site we stayed in was level. The WiFi they have is not accessable unless you go into the clubhouse. Our Verizon wireless cards barely worked and constantly disconnected. According to some guests we talked to, the management doesn't want to spend any money to put a WiFi antenna outside. In this day and age, a park without good WiFi will lose many returning customers who depend on the WiFi for business and staying in touch. The cable TV had a great selection of channels. The laundry facilities were very clean. I would stay here for a short stay but nothing long term due to the WiFi.
Easy check in with an escort to the site. Has fairly level gravel sites with asphalt roads. There is some grass next to the sites but it's not in great shape. Some sites have shade trees. Appears about 25% of sites are full time residents. Not too much junk, but they could be a little cleaner. Decent tent sites in an adjacent grassy area. Nice pool and rec room. Laundry room was in good shape. Store had some basic stuff but had to make a trip to the local RV shop for sewer hose. Had good satellite reception and strong Verizon signal. Cable TV in the park was ok but nothing special. Park is situated next to a lumber mill which could bother some early in the morning. Foster Lake is across the street but no real access to the water from the park. Not a destination, but a nice place to stay a couple of days.
The man in the office was friendly at check in. I was assigned a dirt pull through which was ok for one night. There are lots of blackberry bushes near the sites and since the berries are just getting ripe, there were plenty to be found. My Verizon WiFi card didn't work very well and neither did my cell phone. It was easy to get in and out in a large rig and I would stay here again if passing through.
The lady at the front gate was very nice at check in. The park has both day use and camping areas. The RV area has lots of sites under large mature trees and open sites on the grass. The access is easy to drive in a large rig. It was a great place to stay for overnight but could be a staging point for the Monterey Peninsula area.
The staff was very friendly and efficient at check-in and they escort you to your site. They make sure everything is OK before leaving. The sites are wide with grass on both sides and concrete pads. The roadways are wide and easily navigated. There are no trees for shade. There are two very nice fenced dog areas. The pool and amenities looked well care-for, but we didn't use them. The sites are long enough to leave your tow vehicle hooked up if you are just staying one night. I would definitely stay here again.
Staff was very friendly at check-in. Sites are gravel with no grass. Many have shade trees around them. Each site has a picnic table. I had trouble with my cable TV and after calling the office, one of the managers sons came to the site and resolved the problem. The park has a pool and bikes you can rent. We stayed only one night but I would stay here again. The price is a little high, but if you have a family, it's worth it.
This is a small RV park on the Douglas County Fairgrounds property. The sites are gravel with some pull through and some back in. There is grass around the sites and the park is adding sprinklers to keep the grass nice. There is a bathroom and showers next to the RV park. There is a park host on site who is very helpful. There is a large park adjacent to the RV park which has great play areas for both dogs and kids. A natural history museum is also right next to the RV park. This is a nice place for a overnight stop or for a couple of days. There is a sewer dump on site. We would stay here again.
While waiting to take possession of a new motorhome, I stayed at this park. The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating, as I had to extend my stay several times. The grounds were clean and well maintained and the sites marked with numbers on the concrete pads and on the lights next to each site. The park is set up with short time sites up front with the longer term and full timers on the lower level. There is a mainline Union Pacific train line directly behind the park, but the train noise is very tolerable in the front sections. The bathrooms and showers are spotless and the laundry room is very clean. There are two designated dog areas with signs to clean up after Fido. They have an activities director and schedule different types of events during the day and evening. The game night is fun and the people very nice. This park is very accommodating to the largest of motorhomes with mostly pull-through sites in the short term area. I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to my friends.
Stayed here for four days and it's close to town and the beach. There are numerous walking trails that take you to the beach. Bathrooms and showers are clean and spacious. Staff is very friendly and helpful. When I requested to change sites to one that was sunnier, they were very quick to help. For those traveling with children, there is a great playground area centrally located and different Ranger programs. I would definitely stay here again.
Front desk staff was very helpful during check-in. Sites are all dirt or packed gravel. Hookups are poorly designed because the sewer was further forward and spaced too far from the rear of our RV. The showers and laundry were very clean. The Wi-Fi is spotty except if you are close to the main building. Verizon has good reception, and my wireless card worked very well. The location is less than five minutes from the Bryce park entrance. I stayed here for for four days.
Office staff very helpful at check-in. They only accept cash and checks - no credit or debit cards. The sites are good sized and hookups are easy to access. The bathrooms and laundry are clean and well-maintained. This is a great park if you don't need amenities. They have a dog area with trash for waste disposal. Close to the freeway and shopping. We stayed 6 days and would stay here again.
The staff was friendly and helpful at check-in. The location is on a hill overlooking the valley. The sites are paved and gravel, and they are well maintained. There are two small enclosed dog areas with trash receptacles for disposal of dog waste. The gravel sites have strange hook-ups as the sewer is about 30 feet from the electrical and water. It makes it a challenge to get hooked up. Very quiet in the evening, but next to a commercial business that has early morning start up hours with diesel equipment. Close to town and all services. I would stay here again.