We stayed here Oct 17 thru 21, 2018. We won't return nor will we suggest it to our friends. Every morning the same three run down trailers would cruise through the park numerous times. It was a little unnerving to leave our RV unattended during the day to enjoy the surrounding area. While we were at our RV the people in the trailers would yell four letter obscenities at their kids and they allowed their dogs to bark which was very annoying. I walked our dog in the designated dog area in B loop at 5:45 a.m. and one of the trailers was parked in the nearby parking lot which had a sign stating "no camping". We won't be returning. I think it is sad that the park is being taken over by the homeless.
September 28, 2018 - reviewed by Tlj
State park, big, nice and clean. No sewer or dump available.
May 6, 2018 - reviewed by Christie
Peaceful And Quiet Park
Very peaceful and fun park. Friendly campers. Water and electric hookup. Currently, the don't have a dump station at the moment. But doesn't bother us! Camped here in order to visit Portland and the surrounding area. You can come in after hours and if they have availability you can take the spot and pay for it via little slips.
September 18, 2017 - reviewed by Ben
This is a good little park. Lots of good trails, but not terribly interesting otherwise.
June 30, 2016 - reviewed by Dinoc
This is a great park if you need to visit portland. Sites are large and semi private. There is a museum and hiking trails. We needed some rv repairs in tualitin and this was a perfect place to camp so we could show up bright and early. The history is also fascinating.