This is the best park in Lincoln City. But it suffers from the same thing that many older parks do. The spaces are too small. It was designed for little bitty RVs. It says big rig friendly, but that's a stretch. Don't be surprised if your neighbor's awning touches your rig, or their lawn chair is two feet from your back window. There may only be only a half a dozen spaces you can fit a 40 ft rig and a a tow vehicle. The problem lies in that if you can't fit your rig in your own space, they don't have room for more than a dozen vehicles in the public parking areas. We had to move our truck several times, just so the neighbors could park in their spaces. Most everybody has to park sideways in their spaces if they fit at all. Great park for little class C rigs and small travel trailers. You could be fine with most motor homes, but big 5th wheels are pretty much shoehorned in. The staff is great, the Wi-Fi is pretty much useless. The facility is pretty nice. Only four washers and dryers, so there is usually a waiting line for them.
Very nice park. All gravel. Wi-Fi was pretty good. Very close to Mesa Verde National Park. My only nit was the flies; they forced us back into our rig. I counted 8 crawling around on our provided picnic table at one time. I would come back if Mesa Verde was on the list, otherwise there is not much to do in the area.
Be warned, the pictures on their website were extremely misleading. They do not represent what your going to see when you arrive. You may very well be placed next to a 1976 single wide mobile home, in rather poor repair. When we checked in we were shocked at the facility. There are rigs there with grass 2 ft tall under them, with tumbleweeds growing in the yards. In fact they did place us next to an old shabby single wide. The office staff was very polite and helpful. The Wi-Fi was pretty much useless, but it did work. There is absolutely no chance we will return.
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.