August 31, 2022 - reviewed by Mark Brandt
The vertical pipe sprays water on you while
Your trying to dump!
The water hoses are old, kinked & starting to
Leak! Not a pleasant experience!
The Russian River was low but was a great
June 9, 2022 - reviewed by TDI Runner
Off the Grid
Truth in advertising: not all spaces accommodate 45' rigs. In fact, you have to be a really good backer to park here. TT needst to update the online map. They need to spend some money to upgrade the park navigation, and repair the site pads. Some very narrow spots are almost on top of each other. Most sites are small and on an angle. WIFI was unavailable on our stay. 3 stars at best.
July 31, 2020 - reviewed by Bruno’s
Kris at the front reception was very nice and accommodating! The place is JAMMED due to Covid but she’s all smiles. Thank you!
December 6, 2019 - reviewed by DiconJco
Ok For a Short Stay
This park is outdated with small sites, close together on hilly, twisty roads. The few “great” sites are taken by permanent campers and the other big sites are hard to get into or narrow or stacked onto your neighbors. The club house and bathrooms are dated, but kept clean and tidy. They also have fast internet throughout the park for a price. Free internet is up at the clubhouse.
February 24, 2018 - reviewed by Brian
In The Forest
Nice park, friendly staff, a LOT of hills, no antenna TV, no sewer hook-up, just a dump station. Nice bathrooms, in the forest so if you're looking for shade this is it. Stayed in February so didn't get to go rafting.
May 24, 2017 - reviewed by Andrew E
Nice For A Short Stay
It's a well kept campground and the staff was very nice. The Russian River runs through the property which is great, but we were there in mid-spring so it was still too cold to jump in and enjoy. There really are no hiking trails on the grounds and there really weren't too many amenities. These limitations ultimately made the campground feel rather small, but I bet it's a way different story in the summer when swimming and water activities are more available. So all in all, I think it's a good place for an overnight or two-night max stay.
March 8, 2017 - reviewed by Tammie Groeneman
Beautiful, quiet area. It's on the side of a hill so it's difficult to maneuver around, but it's nice. We only stayed one night, we did not see much of it though bc it was raining pretty heavily.
July 17, 2016 - reviewed by George Vu
Right On The Russian River
The campground is around 40 acres and is first come first serve so that means you have to find a spot that your RV will fit in. Sine there are plenty of sites you just drive around until you find one. They offer 30amp service only and one dump site so plan your water usage wisely. The bathrooms and showers are very clean and the campground is well kept with nice campers. Quiet time is strictly enforced and pets must be leashed at all times. They also have nice cabins for rent.