We liked this campground which not only provided parking for our RV, but tent sites for other family members. The sites were shaded and well maintained. The camp ground had friendly personnel and we felt very safe. WiFi was good and cable TV worked well. Fox News Channel was one of the options so we appreciated that. The facilities included a walking trail around the perimeter of the property and wiffle golf and horseshoes were available for entertainment. We weren't dancers, but were encouraged to watch the proceedings and the dancers were most kind to us. We stayed for 5 nights. There were plenty of things to do for all the family in the area.
A small, well maintained campground, with helpful staff who made every effort to please. The cable and Wi-Fi worked just fine at our site. The site was level, well shaded and there was little traffic noise. My only concern is that the bathroom facilities seemed to be limited for the numbers of sites.
This park offered easy parking with shady, level, gravel sites. The operators had made an effort to make the park attractive with a few flower beds. I thought it was very quiet, with no traffic noise, until the early hours of the morning when 3 trains awakened me. A railway line runs along the ridge to the north of the park. Good cable, including FNC, and Wi-Fi were provided. There were too few washers and dryers for the demand. Folks had to line up to use them.
Views? None! This campground is like none other run by a government entity that we have visited. The sites aren't nestled in the trees, but line the roads in each loop, and on both sides. The sites are shallow pull throughs, so one is parked end to end along each side of the road. Each site has a fire pit and table, but if you follow the direction signs on the loops, those on the left hand side of each loop have doors opening onto the road. I tried to provide some input as to the type of pad I was looking for, but was chastised for leaving our rig. This campground isn't what we had expected at all, but there isn't much choice in a national Park in the middle of the summer season. We were lucky to get a spot at all!
This park met our needs well. We had a good spot, shade and reasonably attractive surroundings. Our evening was quiet, but in the middle of the night we were awakened by a train, and two more. We hadn't realized that there was a line at the top of the ridge to the north of the park. The laundry was pressed. 4 washers and 4 dryers for the entire park meant that people had to line up in the late afternoon. WiFi worked well and there was a good cable selection, including Fox News Channel.
Efficient and welcoming on arrival. This RV park is immaculate and we were very comfortable. When we needed help, we received it instantly. The facilities include the use of a gas grill in the gazebo which was a nice touch. The showers require coins. The park was very quiet, thankfully.
This municipal RV park worked well for us. We were out all day and spent little time there. Chehalis is a noisy place with trains passing through at all hours. We had the windows open at night and were able to sleep well. We were one of two campers in the entire park which was well maintained and had shady trees. We did not use the bathroom facilities. Good value for money. We will us the park again when next we return.
The fee reflects our Good Sam's discounted rate. This park is close to downtown Anacortes and there is a bicycle trail into town should you wish to use it. Before booking, I checked out the site map and asked for a site in the East Park. Sites 1-16 were on the water and very nice. Ours was away from the water and adequate. We could hear the road, but slept with the windows open and were not disturbed by it. The bathrooms were nicely appointed and very clean. Reception personnel were well organized though lacking in warmth.
We were allocated a spot in the area closest to Interstate, and weren't moved, even under protest! There was plenty of space elsewhere. Be warned, when booking ask for a quiet spot, because I was told that "once the computer selects a site, it can't be changed! There's no cable and the antenna reception was extremely poor. It was better in the middle of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. When the boys hooked up with the Internet they found that they were not allowed to use their Play Station. No other RV park had imposed such a limitation in our 3 week trip. It is likely that other reviewers had not used the bathrooms. They were nice and clean, but the showers were interconnected, limiting privacy, and water was with an on/off button and cold. Quite hopeless. I was going to wash my hair, but gave up on it. There are 2 redeeming features to this park. Its grounds are immaculate and the trees and flowers are healthy and pretty. A credit to the gardener. The pool complex is large, clean and imaginative with several shallow pools and the largest hot spa I have ever seen. It isn't for serious swimming, however, but is great for children.
Our $62 rate includes tax and was far too much for this park. Yes, the web site photos are misleading. They were taken X years ago when the park was new/refurbished. Now the trees are large and the place is a touch scruffy. The covered picnic tables were appreciated, but the park was difficult to get around with a big rig and the space between sites was limited. Cable selection was just fine, but Internet wasn't consistent. At one stage all power and cable went out. The laundry had adequate machines. The bathrooms were dated. This park is about 8 miles south of Rapid City so it is quite a drive to get food supplies.
This campground is a disappointment. We feel that it is very poor value for money. Had we known the limitations, we would not have stayed here. For the money we paid, we only got 30 amps, poor and variable Internet service and cable, and few cable channels. We needed a 50' cable to hook up to the cable, and it wasn't on our post. Our gravel site wasn't level. The pool area was nice and innovative and would be terrific on a cool day as the main pool is heated by a spring. However, when the temperature is knocking on 100F one really needs a good cold pool. One of the garbage dumpsters was overflowing. Having said all of this there aren't many decent RV parks in this area, and one has to make the best of what is available. At least it is miles away (7+) from the Interstate so one doesn't have that noise.
We gave it a 6 for value for money and its convenient location to a supermarket. Otherwise, it was a disappointment. We were greeted by an abrupt woman, who dispensed with us quickly. Movement in the park was tight and parking for a vehicle other than the RV itself was inadequate. There were small amounts of grass between each site and ours flooded with water from the irrigation. No cable and few stations available by antenna. Laundry was fine and reasonably priced. Bathrooms weren't good. It isn't cool to just have a curtain covering a toilet (no doors) and the showers, too. I've never seen it before. Certainly inhibited use! The men's bathroom area had 1 toilet and 4 showers only. Inadequate for the number of rigs.
We had a good level pad beneath large, shady trees, but only had 30 amps and no dump. We were given a warm, efficient welcome and were escorted to our site. The facilities were "tired' and the bathrooms seemed to be inadequate for the number of campers. Never before have I had to line up to get a shower. They only had 3 for females. We ate dinner at a camp table, but not breakfast because of the flies. Lots of them! The campground is next door to a farm with cattle. We received a discount because my husband is a vet, but we still thought it was a little overpriced.
This campground is in a great location on the shores of Lake Superior with a few sites backing up to the lake. It has spacious lots, but sites for tent camping and RVs are mixed together. It must be wonderful during the week, but we were here on a Saturday night and it was packed. Folks were a little noisy early in the evening, but at nightfall things quieted down. We did not use the bathrooms. The toilet block needs renovation and the showers were few.
This is a terrific campground with well maintained, level asphalt sites and greenery all around. The rate was good and the amenities, also. The pool was enjoyed. Restrooms were clean though the shower/changing areas could have included a little more space and an additional hook for hanging clothes. For those who enjoy gambling, there is a regular shuttle (every 20 minutes) to the nearby casino.
This campground was a real treat. A little more expensive than some we have stayed in, but with beautifully maintained grounds, good sites and facilities. We would highly recommend this campground to anyone wanting a very pleasant camping experience. We stayed there in our motor-home. For those who like gambling, there is a frequent bus service to a casino not far away.
There were few visiting rigs at this park and we soon understood why. It was very expensive and the facilities and ambiance just did not relate to the cost. The check in staff were a delight, but the campground did not not meeting our expectations being unattractive to adults, but more enjoyable for children. The Internet access was was fairly good but a fee of $5 was levied for the use of 1 device. Toilet facilities were fine, but the laundry had several machines which were not operable. The park is very close to an interstate and was extremely noisy. We will not be returning to this location in our motor-home.