July 28, 2019 - reviewed by AMY
TRAINS MAKE ME SLEEPY
I like the sound of trains and at this camp expect to hear them as they curve round the outskirts of this camp otherwise quiet. Commercial camp. Little privacy. Nice river. Modern bathrooms on the RV end. We use a truck camper and liked it. Nice fire ring. Mini shop more like convenience shop with limited but helpful stuff. Firewood and propane for purchase. Showers and laundry available for purchase. Dump station. Needs some work in the tent areas. Residential homes surrounds and intermingle with camper traveled areas.
July 18, 2019 - reviewed by Fred
We stayed there last week on the way home to Tacoma, traffic was terrible so we stopped in. This place is awesome. Quiet and clean
July 17, 2019 - reviewed by Chris S
I stayed for three nights while traveling for work. Nice and quite except for frequent trains nearby, but they did not bother me. Nice run roomy pull through spots. Coin showers a hassle and big negative.
September 5, 2018 - reviewed by Fran DUFFY
Speeding in The Campground
I would like to start by saying that the grounds are nice and if you are a fisherperson this would probably be a great place for you. You might ask why then would I give them only one star in my review. Here you go....
1) Speed limit in the park is a joke, it is supposed to be 10 MPH but people are going double and triple that. Small children and pets are not safe here!
2) The park is geared towards permanent residents not short term guests. There are only 4 short term sites with full hookups and they all are directly across from a very loud children's playground and right next to the main road (that everyone speeds down). I do mean right next to it, the end our our rig was within 2 feet of the road.
3) There are trains running right by the campground constantly day and night.
4) If you want to sleep don't plan on it here. In addition to the trains, and fishermen speeding past your rig starting about 5am. There are roosters that start in well before dawn.
July 29, 2018 - reviewed by Me and Not There
$180 a week for Tent camping?
May 19, 2018 - reviewed by Janet & Hans-FL
A Real Gem
Best, most well kept, safe and reasonable combination of owners, weekly, monthly, overnights we've seen. We stayed 2 weeks, walking to the bordering Nisqually River nearly daily, as it's like a state park-huge trees. Staff is friendly, accommodating, and there are playgrounds, laundry, propane.
October 6, 2017 - reviewed by James
Pros: spacious, quite (trains are close tho) very friendly staff, easy pull in
We got the rear space right next to River..
Cons: no sewage hook up on rear space.. (other spaces are full hook up mind you)
June 20, 2017 - reviewed by North Dakota
I don't know why they call it Riverbed? I walked around for over an hour and never found any river? What I did find was a few nightly rentals in a trailer park, a kid mowing the lawn a few minutes after we pulled in, and showers that are coin operated.
May 16, 2017 - reviewed by Namaste
One Night Stay
Pros: Out of the way, plenty of spaces available. Had section d to ourselves. Quiet.
Cons: llamas next to campground so semi strong farm smell. Very busy train line passes well within earshot throughout the night. Many long term residents.
October 17, 2016 - reviewed by Jillian
Safe And Sound
After hours check-in, open year-round, friendly staff, large campground with many RV sites with various hookup options and ample tent sites that are on the river. Safe with assigned key code at gate. Dog friendly. Only con is that restrooms are limited and locked after dark. I'll be saving this campground for next time!