This is a large, secluded RV resort close to Seattle, with fairly preserved facilities. Most sites are level and cleared of brush. The activity center has an adult room and a kids arcade type room, a large, warm pool,and a jacuzzi. There are also pickleball courts, and a nine hole miniature golf course. Lots of activities for the kids, and a very friendly staff, beginning with the manager. No dust to mention at this time, as there has been rain every day since we have been here.
I would recommend unhooking your tow before traveling the last 2 miles, as it is a very rough and dusty gravel road. We stayed here using AOR, and it was a pleasant place to stay, although a bit out of the way.
We stayed here using our Resorts of Distinction membership. This park is right on the freeway, and very noisy and dusty. If you need satellite connection for TV or internet, you will probably have trouble, and they insist that you place your tri pod on your own site. It took me two days to find a path through the trees to the Hughes.net satellite.
This park has recently changed hands, and is now open to the public. The new owners have upgraded several things, including new roofs on most of the buildings, topped all the trees, up-graded some of the electrical, and improved the Wifi, which is available to most of the sites. Several of the sites are rented to long term renters, and some of them look like they have been occupied for months.