We arrived back at Lakeside RV park for our fourth winter with a broken main leaf spring on our front axle. When we arrived we did not get that warm homey feeling that we use to get here. There has been some management changes. The park was not the neat and clean park we had been accustomed to. The desert gardens looked a mess and some of the trees/bushes looked like they were dying from lack of water. The horseshoe pit had a trash dumpster in the middle of it. The rent had been raised without any notification so everyone coming back for the winter was in for a big surprise. They should have notified those who had made reservations. The new co-manager was very rude to my wife. And overall the managers were not very friendly. After only two weeks we could not stand the tension in the park so we moved out. We told the manager we had a replacement spring on the way from Indiana. We found out from a friend still at this park that our new spring had arrived. The next day we learned the manager had signed for it but did not call or send us an email; then the co-manager sent it back to Indiana. So here we sit still with a broken spring. I contacted the owner of the park: he apologized and said he would pay for the extra shipping. However, the sorry did not sound very sincere. I am very saddened at the direction Lakeside RV park is heading and we will not be staying here any time soon.
This was a very nicely laid out park with lots of big, pull through sites. The rec area had a large covered area for grilling and things. The restroom and shower are were large and clean. I liked the open country setting with lots of walking trails and a private fishing lake. The road back to the park is a little rough and dusty but worth the drive. I would stay here again if we were in the area.
We were looking for quiet park off of I-80 when my wife decided to go to Ft Bridger. There we found Ft Bridger RV camp just 3 blocks from the fort. The park had very large pull through site which was nice for our double we were pulling. The owner was a nice old cowboy who knew a lot about the area. The area was clean and very quiet. A nice park to stay when visiting Ft Bridger.
This looked to be an older park but still neat and clean. The sites are nestled in pine trees but still plenty of room to maneuver around. The park in just across the road from Diamond Lake and about 15 miles to Crater Lake. Due to the elevation it can get cold at night. The park is very quiet and there are lots of stars at night. We would stay here again when we visit Crater Lake.
This is a small park in the Wallowa valley. The owners live next to the park and are very friendly and helpful. They were able to give us some good places to see in the area. We asked the owner to trim a tree that was rubbing next to our fifth wheel and they were more than accommodating. We will be staying here on our next trip to the Wallowa valley.
This was our second time at Columbia Riverfront RV part. It is very clean, and the staff was friendly when we arrived. The new chest set was fun and watching the big ships go up and down the Columbia river was fun. The sites were level which is nice for our fifth wheel. It is a very quiet park. It would be nice if all of the guest scould use the upper club house. We will definitely stay here again.