January 11, 2018 - reviewed by LFree
Pretty, rustic campground. We had planned on staying here a few days to explore gold country but have decided to move on. No cable as advertised and the RV park has a ton of permanent residents. Seems fairly quiet in spite of having so many living here. Some road noise, wifi works okay during the day, but not well at all when the folks are home in the evening. Wasn't terrible but won't be back.
October 19, 2017 - reviewed by Roger
Rustic Yet Comfortable
We have been coming to this park since 2008. We continue to visit the area now that we have moved to Oregon and began full timing. The park can accommodate big rigs. Numerous sites with 50 amp although most are 30 amp. Wifi isn't that good but most parks are the same. The advantage to this park is walking the 1/2 mile trail to Columbia State Park. They also have another trail to Marble Quarry. Fire pits are around but we have our own. They honor Passport America Sun - Thurs at $22.50 a night.
The park has a swimming pool, horseshoe pits and grass area for play.
The park is rustic, could use some TLC and the burr stickers are killer on our dogs. Only reason for 4 stars.
October 15, 2016 - reviewed by Andi
Full Hookups. WiFi doesn't work reliable, when it works its super slow and censored. Columbia is still in walking distance. Quiet at night. No firepits or BBQ.