The most "Resort-Like" park with the largest of spaces we have ever been to. You have to park your toad or pickup on the blacktop and not on the pavers parking pad, which seems like kind of a long walk but only because the space is so huge. Each pad is surrounded by nicely cared for lawn. The pad was perfectly level and all the spaces very clean and orderly. We paid an extra $3 for the third dog. There is construction going on next door but we pulled in after the crew had left for the day and were on our way before they got started the next morning. The grounds are lush and lovely as a city park. We barely heard the train, but it does pass through Bend somewhere off in the distance. It is expensive but we would certainly go back.
We rolled in after a long drive, tired and ready to relax but to put it mildly, we were very disappointed. The picture on line was nothing like the place in person. We were told there were 2 spaces available, one being a pull through. When we arrived there was only one very tight space out among the semi permanent, construction crews camping area, and a spot right at the front of the grounds next to the office. We obviously have a higher opinion of what a 10 rated RV Park should be.