September 4, 12:25pm - reviewed by Nancy
One Word For The Site: Signage!
For some reason, the laundry machines require a card to work. Convenience for TT, I guess, but there are NO instructions in the laundry room. I walk to the member center which is a ghost town at 10 am in the morning. So I walk to the entry gate. They are friendly but tell me that I have to purchase a card from a machine in the member center (why not the laundry room???). I find that I need a debit or credit card to purchase this card. Walking back to my RV, I’m wondering why there is NO signage about this (remember the ghost town). I get to the machine, which is difficult to read because it is outside with the morning sun on the lcd reader. Finally! I have the damn card, BUT, after trying it into the wash machine, I learn that my $5 has only a value of $1. Why? Because TT charges a fee of $4 for the card. Wow. For those fees, maybe they could improve the place a bit.
The location is lovely, but TT, print a simple sign informing (and I mean all of it). Seriously!
November 3, 10:22am - reviewed by Roark's Ventures
The Park Got Some Upgrades...
My wife and I were staying at this park just before the floods wiped out the main entry bridge in late 2016. It closed the park for about a year. Back then, the park was definitely run down and invited some pretty beat up looking RVs which negaitivly affected the feel and look of the overall park.
Having come back after it reopened recently you can see some park improvements. New bridge, remodeled bathrooms, classy looking family and adult lodges. Level sites with new gravel make the sites look fresh against the dry fall background. Wi-Fi is still spotty in the lodges and the TV channels in the adult lodge are far and few. The huge pool looks about the same and the playground nice and tidy.
Difinitely increased scrutiny on the RVs allowed to enter. I had a small piece of discrete black tape covering a hole in a vent cover which I had to climb up and remove before entering.
High park standards are good but hopefully, people don't travel too far to get turned away.
October 31, 3:53pm - reviewed by Meredith
We're Not Good Enough
Apparently their standards are too high for us. We travel full time with our kids in a 2009 travel trailer. Inside is fully renovated. When we pulled in to check in, they turned us away. WE ARE MEMBERS! They told us our rig was too dirty. We needed to have it washed, scrape the stickers off that are peeling and fix the small door on the back that broke. Beyond pissed.
July 24, 9:48am - reviewed by Wendy
closed until September 30th 2017
September 11, 8:11pm - reviewed by Dih
Unfortunately Jane is 100% right. The place is over run by full time broken down looking trailers and their vehicles, homeless does describe it.
Bathrooms are leaking but the showers are hot (if you get in before midnight) they turn off the hot water from midnight to early morning from what I understand.
Another negative is no sewer so you have to dump yourself or pay for them to come around and pump out your tanks.
Staff seems pretty nice.
Rules are a little over the top, for example "you can't be away from your rig overnight or you will be charged a $32 fee."
5MPH even for bicycles and they say staff uses radar guns...
All dirt spots, the dust is everywhere!!!!! 2 days and you stuff will be covered in dust.
And they try to get people to pay thousands of dollars to become a member....
March 21, 6:49pm - reviewed by Jane Madison
Many "full-time" campers,looks like homeless people took over a large area of the park.