Our second visit to this park but this time in a smaller oceanfront site, which was waaaay too close to the neighbors, I mean inches!!! I will go back only if oceanfront sites 12A, B or C or #23 or #31 are available. The owner's wife runs the office and is not overly friendly, whereas the owner is far more pleasant. The park itself is old and the hookups and general demeanor of the place reflects this. The sewer, cable TV and water are at the front of drive in sites, so be prepared for extended sewer, water and cable connections. The sites are mostly level, with dead grass, so lay down your rug to avoid tracking it inside. If it rains, good luck. The best thing about this park is the dike, complete with firepit, and an awesome view of the bay. What a pleasure to sit out there in the evening with a glass of wine watching the sun go down. A very nice location, with a mom and pop, 9-hole golf course on the other side of the street and an old hotel with decent food if you want to eat out. If this park was in better condition with wider sites it could be worth $50/night and the best in the area.
This RV Park is big rig friendly as advertised. We had a golf course premier site which was well maintained gravel with grass alongside and a view out over the golf course with little or no chance that a golf ball would enter the site. The site services are all relatively new and worked as expected. We found the site to be wide enough but with no privacy hedge which would be a plus. The owners are very friendly but as previously mentioned, they DO NOT TAKE CREDIT CARDS so be prepared with a check or cash (we were not). There is some truck traffic noise from the Hwy, from early morning through the day but not enough to make a huge impact. The golf course is an honor system setup, with astro turf greens, but fun if you are not a serious golfer. As for the previous review, our neighbors had pets and didn't have any problems with the rules. I think this is a great little park and with lots to see in the area I would recommend it as a clean and friendly spot for the more mature RV'r.
If you HAVE to go to Lincoln City this is a good, centrally located park. We went at a busy time and ended up with one of the shortest sites for a big rig on the upper level. However, their "short" sites are more than ample to back in and squeeze the toad in next to you. I would recommend the upper level as opposed to the lower level if you hope for a view and less traffic noise from the Hwy. The staff was very friendly and guided is into our site. We liked the cleanliness of the park, the site was well laid out with the usual full hookups that functioned as they should, and privacy was not a big issue for us, although an additional hedge on the other side of the sites would help as they are pretty close together. There are no individual firepits here but there was a communal gas fired firepit, complete with seating around and a view of the ocean just steps from our site. It was fairly windy and grey when we were here so not much incentive to make use of this firepit. We didn't participate in the free continental breakfast but sure liked having the newspaper delivered each morning. This park, overall, is very pleasant, if it has a drawback at all, it's that it's on the opposite side of the Hwy to the beach so be prepared to cross a very busy road or else drive to a different access point.
Please note the park name change to Blue Valley RV Park. This RV Park is very well kept, neat and tidy with modern, clean facilities. If you don't mind a lot of concrete and blacktop with a small area of grass between sites, which themselves are ample enough to park the toad at the side of your rig, then this could be the place for you if wine tasting or golfing in Walla Walla. There is a security barrier for exit and entrance and all services were as advertised. Be aware that the "pull through" sites are suitable for big rigs in tandem so be prepared to back into your spot if the park is full and you get assigned a "front end". We enjoyed it here, it was quiet and friendly. We would stay here again without hesitation.
Very pleasant people at check in, and there it ends! I guess the best thing about this campground is its amenities for kids. Thank god we only spent one night here. The sites are narrow, the WiFi is non existent and the staff feign surprise and "no computer knowledge" if you ask them about it. Also, they apparently have a problem with gangs of teenagers stealing beer coolers after dark, or so we were warned by the staff. We felt it was what we imagine camping on a busy street corner in any city USA would be like. Avoid this place unless you are desperate. No recommendation from me.
People at the front office were very friendly and guided us to our site. We had a full hook up with plenty of room for the toad. The sites were wide enough and we had a pull through on the left side of Grass Drive (see website map), complete with a privacy hedge and a view across the drive aisle to a huge farmers field. All services performed as advertised but with no cable TV service I can't give it a 10. All in all, we were very happy with this RV Campground and it's proximity to the Tetons is great. We would stay here again in a heartbeat. If you do stay here and don't want to cook one morning, try the little restaurant on the left side of the street after exiting the campsite, the breakfast here is worth it.
This RV Park is in an awesome location for easy access to Yellowstone. The staff at check in were friendly and we were guided to our site and helped to locate the rig. The park has two levels and we were located on the upper level which we were very happy about as the lower level seemed more cramped and everyone entering or leaving the park would drive past those RV's parked down there. We had full hookups and all worked as advertised. If you are a big rig I would opt for a drive through site on the upper level. All sites are fairly close together so hope for a quiet neighbor. One word of caution, do not leave your awnings open if you leave the site unless you have automatic closing when the wind comes up, as it does most days here. Also, be prepared for the afternoon thunder storms. Despite being way overpriced, it's convenience to Yellowstone North entrance makes it worth considering.
Stayed here for one night only on the way to Yellowstone Park. It's basically a gravel parking lot and very close to the highway so quite a bit of traffic noise. The people in the office were super friendly and helpful and we were happy with the full hookups and the fact that we could stay hooked to the toad. Since this was an overnight stay only, we did not use any of the other facilities. I would suggest this is a good overnight stop but can't imagine staying longer. I rated it a 7 because it was clean, friendly and well priced.
Our first time at this park and we got a great site right on the river. The facilities seem to be in good shape and clean. If you stay here, read the rules, do NOT put out a doormat they patrol regularly and will move your mat if it is on the grass which is kept green but not necessarily short. We found it to be quiet and the site services worked ok most of the time. If you don't have a towed vehicle be prepared to call a taxi to get to town. The staff were pleasant at check in but did not offer to guide us to the site. My overall impression is that this facility is somewhat overpriced.
This was a second visit to this park after visiting many years ago and my good memories were confirmed. This time it was for an overnight only. A pleasant staff at check in and a guide to the site with help to park. The pull through sites are very long and we were able to stay hooked to the toad. All services worked as advertised and it was noted that the park has a resident police officer who provides additional security. If we were staying here for a lengthy period we would take a riverfront site. The reason for the rating of 7 is we did not use any facilities beyond the site.