Expensive RV Park in suburban Vancouver. Basically, it’s a big cement parking lot with drive-through slips for RVs. Full hookups available, but nothing very scenic about anything in the area.
This is one of those places you could crash for the night and then keep on moving, were it not for the fact that it’s near $80 an evening. You could do better at a nearby motel.
Update: As of June 2018, the RV park is under new management. I was recently quoted $85 for one night for a mid-sized RV. For that price, I'd expect an ocean view and a hot tub, certainly not a parking lot in the middle of Vancouver, Washington. For about half the price I'd suggest any number of nearby parks instead, including Tri-Mountain, Jantzen Beach, or Columbia River RV Parks.
Original Review: This is basically a cement parking lot for RVs off an ugly busy road in Vancouver. Large roads and several large pull-through spots make parking for RVs easy. Spots closer to the entrance are larger (and more expensive), while spots toward the back are often smaller and sometimes have grass and/or large bushes between sites. Bathrooms were clean, though the trash dumpsters were completely overflowing and there were signs threatening a $25 fine for each bag left outside the dumpster. A tiny spot for dogs is in a corner, while a somewhat larger grassy area is marked as "no pets."
Tips: Only Cash and Checks taken. No credit cards.