Not a bad spot if its raining. If you go during the dry months there is quite a lot of dust because everything is gravel. They really want you to drive 5 mph, and if everybody did, the dust wouldn't be a real issue.
Beautiful setting for an RV park. If not for the train, it would be a solid 9-10. When we made our reservations, we actually drove up to look at the park first. Didn't see a track, and we looked for one. Now keep in mind its the main line from California up to Canada. And they use it. The track is just across the river, and its loud. You will know that its a main line.
The good new is, it's a very nicely maintained clean facility. One of Oregon's best. The bad new is, its noisy, don't plan on getting a good nights sleep. There are kids on bikes screaming at the top of their lungs, as they speed within inches of your rig on their bikes, from daylight to sundown. There is a night club just feet from the back fence, with loud booming music till 3 AM, on Fridays and Saturdays. And, barking dogs that yap and yap seemingly endlessly. But no freeway or trains. If, your a light sleeper, for goodness sake, don't go.