Very close together sites. Typical of Canadian RV parks. Good WiFi. Bathroom doors slamming til 11:30 pm and beginning again at 4:30 am limited our sleep. Tent area adjacent to our site, and tenters slamming car doors also contributed to the noisy atmosphere here. Good for overnight, as there are no other parks in Cache Creek.
Very Nice people running the park. Park is very neat and clean. Spaces are pretty close together, with most all available space devoted to RV's. Freeway is right across the river, about a 100 yards away, so freeway noise is significant. WiFi is frequently slow. Appears to be an all adult park, so noise of children is not present. Nice grassy dog area with pickup tools provided.
Probably the noisiest RV park I have ever stayed in in 350,000 miles of RV travel. Trains in back, boulevard in front. The Wednesday night motorcycle races were particularly noisy. I don't know why the local cops let it go on for over 3 hours, but it was NOISY!
This park was built by an RV'er, and it shows. The park has all the amenities, it's quiet, and it is pretty. The huge spaces are far apart, and have nice, big concrete pads. The owner is very cordial. He is justifiably proud of his restored plantation house and offers free tours to show it off. Has three laundry areas, a large community room, and nice pools. The WiFi worked well.
This park is a year old. It has nice buildings and a pool. Pleasant, helpful, and friendly owner made us feel welcome. Situated in a grove of Cypress trees on a lake. Free WiFi works most of the time. No cable or off air TV reception. We happened to be in a spot where our dish worked. We were put off by noisy (apparently) permanent residents coming in and leaving late. Also, if there is a quiet rule, the park operators are not enforcing it. Barking dogs were irritating.
Sadly, this once peaceful country park has been surrounded by industrial yards. There is a Fed-Ex truck terminal across the street that runs 24 hours a day, and a huge oil field supply company just down the street. Many other industrial yards are adjacent and across the street. Constant truck traffic up and down the street, back-up alarms on trucks, exhaust brakes, passing trains, and new construction make this is quite possibly the noisiest park you will ever stay in. In addition the park is almost full of oilfield workers who all fire up their diesel pickups at 5:30 am to go to work. This is sad for us travelers, because otherwise it’s a nice park with wide spaces, free WiFi, clean facilities, and a friendly staff.
This “resort” lacks many of the amenities normally associated with a resort, or upscale RV park. Hookups are shared, putting you right next to your neighbor. There is an extra charge for a sewer hookup site. No cable TV is available, and there is no local off-air reception. Free wifi is available. If you don’t mind camping directly below an earth fill dam, this park is very quiet and good for a night or two. Cell phone reception is poor. Friendly staff.
This park is very neat and clean and quiet. We extended our stay because it was so nice. Wifi is pay, but there is a 3 day free trial available. Polite and friendly staff. Gravel sites with a concrete patio.
This park is not as neat and clean as it used to be. There are many permanent trailers here, surrounded by the usual accompanying collection of junk. The management does not enforce their rules, specifically the noise rule. We were disturbed by tent campers with loud car stereos. Ok for an overnight stay, but too noisy for a longer stay.