You must be an Elk to stay here. Most of the sites were filled with long term permanent residents or units in storage. A bit disheveled but OK for one night. Close to shopping, nice park in back of the Lodge, fairly level gravel sites, friendly camp host, places to walk your dog, WiFi worked great and hook-ups worked great. Big negative for me was the road noise and, until 11:23 pm, the National Guard airport (across the street) flying their helicopters over our heads. Hard to get used to the noise if you are only staying one or two nights. We usually love our Elks Lodge stays but this one we will pass up next time through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Another fine Elks Lodge RV park. Plenty of room for largest rigs. Gravel lot. City park behind RV park with plenty of room for walking or just looking at the grass. Stores and restaurants nearby. Normal Elks amenities, Bingo on Mondays. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from I-5. Entrance to park is on the north side of the lodge and around to the back. Road and sites are large gravel and level with little shade. Camp host is friendly and helpful. Service at each site varies. Some sites are full hookup, others only water and electicity, and 50/30 amp varies according to site. Dump station. Some sites have a small concrete patio. Some I-5 freeway low hum noise, as well as aiport noise in the evening. Costco, WalMart, and Lowe's are all within a mile between lodge and I-5. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You must be member of an Elks Lodge. This park is easy to get into and the sites are large. The best thing is the water ponds that allow our 2 dogs (Labs) to swim. They loved it and we did too. We camped here in a Motorhome.