September 17, 2021 - reviewed by Guest
Not Bad Need To Come Down On The Price!!
Beds were comfortable, the sleeper couch was worn terribly & needs an upgrade, plenty blankets and pillows provided, stayed 3 nights and for a family cabin need to stock more than 2 rolls of toilet tissue!! Had one empty box of tissue -3 left in the box ! Clean place though. Lots of room for the kids to play out front, Centrally located for all the beautiful sights,we made many memories ❤ I posted the tall tree pic.
July 23, 2021 - reviewed by Blair Tabor
Shade And Quiet
Away from Hwy 101, so almost no road noise. Nice tall trees for shade. Our space was between two cabins and didn't hear any noise.
Staff was a little stressed. Bathrooms were closed.
Easy drive to Founders Tree and Rockefeller Grove.
We stay two nights.
August 20, 2018 - reviewed by Happy Camper
Spent 4 nights meeting our kids, as they have cabins as well. Small spaces and woodsy atmosphere. Clean bathrooms. Definitely not a "resort" as advertised. Horseshoe pit but no horseshoes. Swings are rickety. Extremely worn ping pong. Make sure you have all the food and everything else you need as they don't have anything for sale except tourist gifts. The nearest store is 10 miles or more away. Lots of mosquitoes.
February 3, 2018 - reviewed by fliss
OK For A Night
Not much space for RVs, difficult in and out, gravel sites not level, 30 amp only. Clean bathrooms, nice showers, no winter rates - website rates are incorrect. Wifi utterly terrible, everything closed for winter, wish I had gone to state park.
July 12, 2017 - reviewed by Pauly
Just passing through!
Spent one night, it's a quite nice place. Children playing around and having a good time. We would come back again just for one night! The grocery store has been closed for over 10 years. There is a gift or souvenir shop and a small cafe across the street. If you're going to see the tall red wood forest then that is the place to be. Enjoy!