If you want a quiet campground, this is your place. Most sites are very deep and wide, suitable for a big rig, with shrubs providing some privacy. No Wi-Fi, no TV, no newspaper and no sewer (and no dump station, either), and the nearest store is nearly ten miles away. Visually, this place is very pretty and it is a perfect spot to get away from it all.
Stay away from Loop D: it is right on the edge of US-101 and the constant big rig traffic takes away from charm of this otherwise great State Park. Sites have lots of privacy and have a rain forest feel. The beach is a visual treat. We'll return.
This charming little RV park is perfect for the older set (which is what we found here in September). No playground - not terribly kid friendly. The landscaping and decorating are the nicest we've seen in a long time, and the owner/operators are helpful and charming. Great Wi-Fi and cable TV. Nice sites with small concrete patio and grass or gravel under your rig. Very quiet location.
Nice park, and easy walking to dinner at the very elegant Benbow Inn. Pull-through sites are spacious and wide. Our back-in was wide, but shallow, barely accommodating our 23 foot travel trailer. Highway noise from US-101 is audible, but not bothersome. Good Wi-Fi, good cable TV, good utilities.
This place is truly an oasis in the desert, with green grass at each site and plenty of trees. It is very quiet, a half mile or so from the interstate. This place is so restful that we spent two nights, just enjoying the serenity. Friendly and helpful staff, good Wi-Fi.
We've stayed here every time we've passed through the I-70 corridor. It is great when it is uncrowded, but when it is nearly full, it is not. Side by side hookups make for narrow sites and lack of privacy. Nice and helpful staff, and plenty of shopping for basics within a half mile.
This city-owned park is excellent, and an outstanding value. We stayed four nights. Sites are very, very large, with level concrete pads wide enough to include the picnic table. Some sites have a nice view of Scott's Bluff. Very friendly staff. Tiny (two washer, two dryer) laundry room, and the Wi-Fi sometimes got a little wobbly.
We stay here every time we pass through the Denver area - it is one of our favorites. It is very clean and well kept, with fairly level concrete pads. Good Wi-Fi, and they even have a telephone modem available for doing banking and such. Very friendly staff, and on-site newspapers. There is a biker bar across the street from the park's entrance, so if noise is not your cup of tea, ask for a quiet site. We did, and we got one on the back which was very quiet. Pull-through sites are side-by-side, and not very large.
Location on the edge of town, with restaurants and other businesses nearby. Easy access to US-83 and I-80. Spacious sites, with trees. Newspaper available at the office (USA Today). Good Wi-Fi. Lots of noise from I-80 - this is not a quiet country RV park.
This is an old (decommissioned) KOA. Sites are side-by-side and would be tight if the place was full. It was not when we stayed there, and through was very comfortable. They sell pizza, and the Wi-Fi worked well. Staff (owners) are very kind and helpful. We'd return (but off season).
We got one of the (extra cost) premier sites, and we're glad we did. The regular sites are packed in very tightly. Our premium site had a nice wooden deck with patio furniture and was quite comfortable. Very popular place for October! Nice staff, very kid friendly. Wi-Fi worked well.
Large park, mostly treeless, with a weird setup. Sites are set up in groups of four, two side-by-sides, back to back. Not very nice if the park were full, but it was not when we stayed. Friendly and helpful staff found us a four-group to ourselves, with the bin of free firewood nearby (nice touch). Wi-Fi worked well, and the Amana Colonies are a half mile away.
This is the most visually pretty campground we've seen in a long time, on a par with our other two favorites, River Park Campground in Menominee, Michigan or the Rockport State Park in Washington. No Wi-Fi, no laundry, no kid's playground, no store, no newspaper stand and no map on-site (which made it tough for us to find Loop A), but it is a delight. We wish we could have stayed two weeks and soaked up the serenity. Very spacious sites. We stayed in Loop A, with a full hookup site and enough room to set up a suburban home. Dirt road, paved site and paved patio. $25 if you arrive without reservations, $30 if you make reservations on-line. Loop B (no sewer) is $19/night. This county park is wonderful!
Nice place, with grassy sites (wet when rains) and mature trees. Helpful staff, good WiFi, and they sell propane. The terrific RV/MH Hall of Fame is nearby, a must-see. We've stayed here before and will again.
We liked this very quiet and heavily treed park, and would have stayed longer (to linger) if we'd had the time. Nice staff, very rustic setting, good Wi-Fi, good (if small) laundry room. Beware the directions in Trailer Life Directory - they make reference to taking highway M-108. The state has taken down the signs. Look for Nicolet Street instead.
Visually nice park, with grassy sites and some trees. Very close to that dreadful all-year Christmas store, Bonner's. Very kid friendly. We were there off-season, and the park was about 1/3 full. Despite that, the Wi-Fi ran at dial-up speeds, and finding the log-in web page (so as to enter our user name and password) was very difficult. I had to enter the search term "22.214.171.124" to find it. You are issued a card to open the security gate at the entrance. Do they have a big crime problem in Frankenmuth???
This is the most visually attractive RV park we've found in 45 states. Lush lawns separate the level paved sites. The park is located on the Menominee River where it empties into Green Bay. Wi-Fi worked well. There is a mall located a ten minute walk away, with supermarket, laundromat, bank and liquor store. Our only gripe is the noise from the train at night.
This is a very nice RV park, with comfortable spacing between sites and a helpful staff. Wi-Fi worked well, despite the fact that every site was occupied. Kid friendly, with a playground and pool. Downtown St. Cloud is a short drive away, with some nice restaurants and an interesting walking tour of downtown.
The streets in Summit are being torn up and the place is a muddy mess. When we made our reservations, our host offered to drive out to a truck stop to meet us and guide us in. He was most helpful. The upper part of the park, near the office, is left for RVers, while the lower part is for transient workers. We liked our end of the park, with large sites and grass and the nicest picnic tables we've seen in seven years of RVing. Wireless Internet is slow, but otherwise this is a nice place to stay.
We liked this place. The WiFi is feeble, there is no cable TV and the 4:00am freight train sounds as if it is coming through our trailer, but the place has its charm. Staff is warm and friendly, the many trees give the park a country charm and the sites were large and grassy.
I agree with the comments made by the previous reviewer. PRO: Long, spacious sites. Good location, near a Wal-Mart, good supermarket, auto parts store and such. Nice laundry room, with new machines (but only four of each). CON: No store on site. Wireless didn't work, and when I went to the office, they told me that only so many people could be on it at any time (park was about 30% full at the time), and they didn't even bother to look into it. The sites are deeply rutted because of the sand which underlies the thin layer of gravel - leveling a travel trailer here is a trick. There are some semi-permanent people living here, some in beat up trailers dating to the forties and fifties. Unlike other RV parks where those folks are grouped together, here they are scattered through the park, helping to give the impression of a shabby RV park. We would have been better off staying at the nearby KOA.
We like this place - it has everything but shade. Sites are spacious, Wi-Fi worked well, staff was gracious. Nice little store on site, with a DVD lending library. $38 for two nights is an outstanding rate! The nearby Montana Roadhouse serves up a pretty good steak.
Parts of this park were nice - we stayed at site 85, near the entrance with a nice shade tree. Further down, near the showers and bathrooms, it was crowded with long term residents, with a lot of congestion and noise. Where we stayed, it was a nine. Down the lanes, it was a three. Wireless was slow, and no newspapers are available at the office.
Nice sites near the office, but not back where we were put. Old vehicles and junk golf carts detract from the appearance of the park. Wi-Fi didn't work the first night, and ran at dial-up speeds the next day. Our site was on tall grass - that insured wet feet when it rained (as it did). We were met by a nice gentleman on a golf cart when we arrived, and he took us to our site without our going into the office. Cash or check. No receipt, no park map, no written information. We won't return.
We like this place: this was our second visit. Clean gravel sites with grassy patches between, and very friendly staff. Free WiFi works great if you are in a site near the office, but it gets wobbly in the sites farthest away.
I like this place. Pull-through sites are grassy and the back-ins are on clean gravel. Our back-in had a nice, grassy "yard" in back with trees and picnic table. Wi-Fi worked great. Owners are helpful and friendly. You can walk to the supermarket and a nice pizza place.
This place is neat and clean, with excellent laundry and great staff (campground hosts). Nice location in Sequim. Quiet at night. The only downside is that they don't have Wi-Fi. Internet access is via a cable run through the window of your RV. I worked as an engineer at Hewlett-Packard, and I could not get it to work. The nice folks in the office could not help me, as much as they tried. After a week, driving to the local Internet Cafe to do email got a bit old.
This older park has sixteen full-hookup sites. That is the good news. The bad news is that they are jammed in too closely, rank and file in an open area, offering no privacy. If you can live with electric and water only, they have some nice sites. Beware some of the interior roads - they are dirt (mud when it rains, which is often). This place is actually closer to Silver Lake than to Castle Rock.
Very pretty park, with nice spacious sites offering some privacy. No Wi-Fi except for a few sites close to the headquarters. No newspaper. All in all, an excellent example of Oregon state parks (some of the best in the nation).
This is the most kid-friendly RV park we've ever visited. Yeah, it is spendy (especially for kidless older folk such as we), but it was quiet and clean. Had very nice staff, and good WiFi. Had very tight security, which made us wonder why it was necessary. Can you imagine having to wear a KOA wrist band when walking outside your site? Willits has more than it's share of dead-enders and such, but this seemed a bit startling.
Very tidy place, immaculately kept. Level concrete pads and lush grass strips between sites. Newspaper on site. A pretty good location. The only downsides: The wireless (WiFi) varies in speed from slow DSL (top end) to dial-up speeds. This would not be so bad, but it cost $5 a day! No picnic tables at sites. Airport noise can be distracting (conversations outside suffer from the Portland Pause).
This is one of the most peaceful and serene RV parks we've encountered. No railroad tracks, airport or freeway nearby: the silence is absolute. Has nice wide spaces, with a thin layer of gravel, and excellent paved roads in the park. Good WiFi (free). Has a nice staff, and located in a pretty wooded location.
We are retired and travel a great deal, and we travel to see nature and wilderness (rather than cities). This is our kind of park - we love it. It is heavily treed, with lots of shade, and it has a nice rustic feel to it. WiFi works well, staff is warm and helpful, the laundry facility is super clean, sites are large - what else could you ask for???
Good place for a golfer or a geezer (we fit the latter description, but not the former). Nasty, neat park, without so much as a leaf out of place - very tidy. Half the park is very nicely treed - good shade. The WiFi stinks - we were not on the edge of the park, but could not get a signal. Otherwise, it is a very nice RV version of an upscale suburb.
We spent a single night there, per our travel plan. We are retired and travel a great deal, and this is not our kind of park. The staff is helpful and warm and friendly, and the facilities are neat and tidy (if the sites a bit crowded), but this place caters to hunters and fishermen. Some of them love loud music - we do not.
This park gets mixed reviews, and for good reason. Sites are dirt - the gravel is long gone. We were here in dry weather and found the place to be quite pleasant, but rain would turn the site into mud. Since our rig is small, we were put into the "B" row, which (along with "A" and "C") has spacious and shaded sites. The same is true of the "F" row, but "S" and "K" are the RV equivalent of tenement living - very crowded and nasty. Is this a good place? It was for us, thanks to dry weather and choice of site.
The upper sites, near the road, are okay (a bit crowded in, but okay). Since we have a 23 foot travel trailer, they shoved us off down at the bottom of the site, near the river. It was a dump - dusty and very noisy (that is where they put the families with children). Never again!