Nice, small and rustic campground. Pretty quiet beneath towering pines. A little pricey but there is not a lot to choose from in these parts. The camp ground is very convenient to Mt. Rainier, which is why we chose it. The owners are very friendly and helpful. The park is a mixture of RV's, cabins and tents. We would stay here again.
This park is just OK. It is about the only decent choice around these parts that is near Crater Lake. It is showing its age. The sites and roads are all gravel. Most of the place is gravel. The picnic table pads are concrete and most of them are cracked and falling apart. Ours was situated right beside our neighbor's sewer drain so it was not appealing to sit next to it and eat. The sites are a mixed bag. Some are crowded (which our area was) and some are more spacious, and I am using that term generously. The better sites are around the perimeter. Most of those sites are all 30 amp service, which is probably OK most of the time but on this trip Oregon was experiencing record-breaking temperatures and so we need to use both of our air conditioners and needed 50 amp service. On the brighter side, there are lots of trees and an easy walk down to lovely Diamond Lake and Crater Lake is just a short 5 miles away. So, I just want to set your expectations properly as some of the previous reviews were much too glowing, in my opinion, and we were expecting a much more upscale RV park than we found.
99 RV Park is not a resort or a destination place. It is a nice little park, clean and well kept up, a little tight on space, but convenient to the Interstate and shopping. We made a 3 night stop here to rest, do some motor home cleaning up and replenish some supplies. I would recommend this park for its convenience. We would use this park again.