Pristine campground with a TON of rules. Many areas that were "No bikes, no skates, no skateboarding, no scooters, no pets." Early quiet time. No clotheslines, NO campfires (Fortunately we had a propane fire pit), no outside appliances. The RV park shared property with an over 55 community. We r/During our stay, there was a very unpleasant manure odor the whole time. The most awesome thing about this park is the path from the park to the Evergreen Aviation Museum.
This was a pleasant surprise for us. The positives outweigh the couple of minor things, so we gave it 5/5.
- Walkway to Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum. Clearly marked and paved for easy stroll over to the museum.
- Pool on-site, but no hot tub. I did use the pool, but for someone like me who has extremely fair skin, only in the last hour of pool time, 8-9 p.m.)
- Spaces are long enough for big rigs, as long as you get the 65 foot sites. They have two sizes: 50 foot and 65 foot. I'd recommend the 65 foot sites for a big rig, so you have enough room to park your vehicle. There were no gravel sites - all sites were concrete pads.
- More than one laundry location. Main office building has two washers, two dryers. We didn't check out the other laundry building.
- More than one restroom location throughout park.
- Wifi was pretty decent, though spotty at times.
- The picnic table is modular. If you didn't need the table, it was easy to separate the two halves and have bench seating if seating was needed.
- While they had recycling containers in our section, there was only one trash receptacle clear across the park. And it was a trash compactor, so when you used your key code to open it, the stench was almost overwhelming.
- The entrance to the concrete pads was a little steep and might result in bottoming out. It was not a gentle slope, but a sharp incline.