We spent a month at this park last year and decided to spend one night there this year on our way home to California. The park is under new management and some improvements have been made. WI-FI works well. Several pull through sites are available. The park is next to the Benton County Fairgrounds. It is quiet most of the time. You have to have a box to get cable and they usually don't give out the boxes to over night guest. We used our digital antenna and got all the local network channels. We love Corvallis and will return.
We have always enjoyed staying at this park in the past. It seems that the WI-FI is not as strong as it used to be. Only local networks are available through their cable connection. The park is clean and the bathrooms very clean. Easy on and off of the freeway. Walking distance to Safeway and the Olive Pit. Friendly staff.
This is the oldest RV campground in Golden, BC, but the only one that has full hookups and sites to accommodate long rigs. (We stayed in a 34 foot Airstream). There is very little maintenance done at the park. The main thing this RV park has going for it is location. It is near six national parks. The price we paid was based on a monthly rate. The normal daily rate is $38. This RV park is way over priced for what you are getting here. Without satellite we only got one TV channel. Wi-Fi was not as strong or reliable as some reviewers have stated. We would probably make it a much shorter stay next time.
The RV park is next to the Cactus Pete's casino. It is a self registration process. We parked our Airstream in pull through site # 60, a short walk to the casino. Cable TV & WiFi worked well. The RV park is a good place to stop for overnight on your way to other places. There is not much to do here unless you like casinos. We had a very good dinner at the Canyon Cove Buffet. Would stay here again.
We had requested a pull through site, but didn't realize that the row was closest to the highway. Lots of traffic noise. We stayed in site #63. Would suggest getting a back in so you aren't right near the highway. Cable and WI-FI were good. We stayed here 3 nights.
This is our second stay at this park. It is very well maintained. We camped at back-in site #B5. They were having problems with the WI-FI on our side of the park, but it was repaired after the weekend. WI-FI is available in the community room also. Cable TV was good. Would definitely camp here again.
The RV park is in a beautiful setting, but nothing fancy. The Pot Belly Cafe on site has wonderful food. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. We stayed in pull through site # 11. No TV reception unless you have satellite. WI-FI was good at our site. Would definitely stay here again.
We camped here in space #66. Cable and WI-FI were good. Do not follow the Trailer Life directory directions. They are not correct. Correct directions are N-bnd, I-93 N to Hwy 30. Follow Hwy 30 east, it will turn into Kimberly Road. Continue east. When you see the John Deere company, just past the cemetery, the entrance is on the left. Slow down when you get to the cemetery and start to get into the middle turn lane. We had two wonderful Mexican meals at Janitzio's just down the road from the RV park. The staff was friendly and very helpful. Very convenient location. We ended up staying two weeks due to some inclement weather further north. Price reflects weekly rate of $115. Would definitely stay here again.
There are only two RV parks in this area. We self-registered and never saw the manager. The park was very quiet. We were in site #18 and had very good WIFI. We were able to get TV reception with our antenna. The rate reflects a 34 foot travel trailer. It is a good place to stay to explore Great Basin National Park. We would stay here again.
Would rate this park higher if we had realized that some sites don't have cable. We did get PBS and CBS with our TV antenna. Next time we will be sure to ask for a site with Cable. This RV park is a good place to stay for a couple of days while in the area. We stayed here 3 nights in our Airstream. Would stay here again.
We loved the relaxing, park like setting. It was fun to walk along the river. An occasional deer came into the park. Everything was sparkling clean. We had no TV reception. Would definitely come back again. We camped here for 2 nights in our Airstream travel trailer.
This is an excellent RV park along the Hood Canal. The motel is very nice and the RV sites are slightly removed from the motel. There is a spa and a private dock which you can use during your stay. The normal rate is $33 per night. The price listed is based on our monthly rate of $500. There is some shade but the larger pull throughs have no shade. This isn't really important as the weather is very mild, with some foggy mornings. The resort has amenities to cater to RV groups such as BBQ facilities and a large common room for meals and meetings. Cable TV and WiFi are excellent. It is a great location from which to explore the eastern side of the Olympic Peninsula. We spent two months at Glen-Ayr in our Airstream and will definitely come back again.
This is a nice, clean park on the Columbia River (no access from the park). Enjoyed exploring the Columbia River Gorge from the Washington side. The park is near the Hood River bridge so you can go back and forth between Washington and Oregon. The park seems a little small, but somehow everyone fits. There is quite a bit of train noise. The trains runs on both sides of the river so you can't escape it. We ran our fan and it covered some of the noise. We had fun watching ospreys in the trees across from the park.
This is a very clean, well maintained RV park, close to the Umatilla River. There is a marina and a swimming pool nearby. TV reception via our antenna. Water pressure approaches 80psi so use your regulator. We stayed here one night in our Airstream. There is not a lot to do in the area unless you have a boat or are a fisherman. It is good for an overnight stay. Would stay longer if there was more to do in the area.
This is a nice RV park, but the first week we stayed there it was completely full due to a softball tournament. Our site was on the end under some trees and after two weeks there was a lot of bird poo on our trailer. The maintenance man loaned us his ladder so we could clean the trailer off at the end of our stay. The trees were sappy and fortunately, we were able to park our truck along the fence to avoid the trees. The Cable reception was not the best. Wi-Fi worked pretty well. It is a good location for exploring Hell's Canyon, the Oregon trail and gold mining history. The price reflects the weekly fee, pay for six days and get the seventh free. We would stay here again but will request a site away from the trees.
At first glance you might have reservations about staying here as the RV's seem crowded together in the front of the park. We stayed in space 64 in the back near the manufactured homes. It was very quiet. There is a train track which runs along the park but we only saw one train the week that we spent there. The park has Tengo Wi-Fi but is converting to their own servers. At the end where we stayed we were able to use the park's server and had broadband internet. The park is quiet and the restrooms and laundry very clean. We found it a good place to stay for the National Fiddle Championship competition in nearby Weiser. Price is based on weekly rate (daily rate is $32): stay 7 days and pay for 6. We enjoyed our stay here very much.
This is a beautifully designed RV park. The entrance has a beautiful rose garden. The management is very friendly and helpful. The cement pads are off set so that the rigs are not side by side. The sites are pull thru and very roomy. The only drawback is that they have Tengo Wi-Fi (free). Tengo is never very reliable. Our suggestion would be to get a site close to either end of the park as that is where the Wi-Fi towers are. They allow washing of rigs at this park which is a big plus. Would stay here again if we are in the area.
This is a nice quiet RV park with a rural setting. We could watch horses in a pasture as well as a family of marmots. The park is behind the Chevron station and well off the road so there is little noise from traffic. Manager was quite nice about letting us move to a different site as the original one assigned did not have 30amp electricity. We used our antenna to get TV reception. The Chevron station has a WI-FI hotspot which was powerful enough for me to upload some photos to our website. We could park outside and check our email. Good location for visiting Soda Springs or Montpelier. Would definitely stay here again.
We spent a week at this park. The sites are spacious. There are trains nearby, but it did not bother our sleep. The rate stated is based on a weekly rate plus $1.00 per day for WiFi and $1.00 per day for cable TV. Cable TV and WiFi were excellent. We enjoyed walking to the Evanston River Walk. It is a paved walkway along the river. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice RV park, clean and neat. The bathrooms are sparkling clean. The sites are tight and require great care when parking or leaving. When we arrived the cable was being changed to satellite cable. At our site (16) we could not get the local network channels. We told the lady in the office twice and she said she would tell the manager. Seven days later nothing had changed. My husband complained again and finally the manager came to see us. Evidently other sites were getting all the channels and we weren't because of a pedestal problem. He had a bad attitude and basically said we could leave and go elsewhere. He said the cable was "FREE"... not in my view, that's part of what we pay for. The WIFI was fair. We would not stay here again.