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Very well-designed campground, beautifully maintained, mainly open and grassy with scattered trees, but plenty of space between most campsites. On the Columbia River has an 18 hole disc golf course adjacent to the campground and a 3 mile paved trail along the river. The nicest RV park we've stayed…
First time there. Will definitely be back. The outer even numbers for the trailers are in my opinion the better choice as they can be a bit quieter than the middle. The kids loved the playground, the bike trails and the frogs. Very calm water for kayak or paddle board practice!
Great little campground far enough from the interstate to be peaceful. 4 spots available so it fills up fast. About a mile of decent dirt road, a few washboards and potholes, just go slow. Vault toilet was very clean. Verizon was 2 bars, 4g but slow. Wifiranger with AT&T was very fast. Overall…
Some road noise but the campsites are along the river. There was trash service, toilets and water that you can fill up water jugs with. There is a trail if you head North that winds up and puts you on the Oregon trail, I biked it on my ebike, it is pretty strenuous and bumpy. There is also a trail…
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Easy access for either pull through or back in. Fills up in the afternoon.
Great whether into the casino scene or not. We use it for an on-the-way stop over. There is a full RV/truck stop fueling station at this location with a C-store. Pull thru sites. Sites are narrow/small. Full hook ups. Very easy roads/maneuvering in and out. All paved. Very convenient to the…
Spent a fun weekend here. Site was easy to back into. Clean and level. Lots of shade and grass. Allows pets (on leash) fun little park for the kids and nice little beach for swimming.
Camping here is nice on the Columbia River Washington side. Little breezy at times. $40.00 a night for RV $30.00 for veterans $20.00 for tents
This is a really nice and maintained campground but the traffic noise from the interstate was awful. It was sometimes hard to carrying on a conversation because of the noise. I probably will not stay here again.
I just needed a stop on my way to Wallowa Lake. This was on the way. Heard the big trucks going by all night. A safe and decent place to spend the night, I wouldn't want to do more than that.
We showed up for the 4th of July weekend and Peaches the host was amazing. She helped us get an extra site because it was mostly all reservations as there were none left. The lake itself is super peaceful even when we went on the busiest weekend.
The good: Friendly staff and decent playground. Laundry facilities and showers. The bad: Sites are super close together = no privacy. Chain-link fence obstructing view. No pool. Appears that there are many full timers as well. Would not stay here again due to very small spaces.
Looks great on paper. However these people must be into ￼ froufrou type dogs. 40 POUND LIMIT. We travel with our fur kids (over 40 pounds).￼ Shallow minded management.
We’ve always enjoyed this area my entire life. First time here RVing. Amazing golf course, super friendly staff, great clean pool! Breakfast at the course is awesome, within walking distance and great bang for the buck. Did not visit casino, but shuttle is readily available.
We stayed at a cabin toward the end of the park. The cabins are great and super comfortable and the bathrooms are clean. Saw park staff cleaning and taking out the trash frequently. It is about 10 feet from the highway so loud all day/night. Interesting history but the springs themselves have…