We stayed here based upon the other five star reviews. We were not disappointed.
The price I posted reflects the $25 per night plus the $7 per day entrance fee. If you are going to be in North Dakota state parks for more than 5 nights, get...
Like another reviewer said, this campground is very basic. It has full hookups and that's it. We stayed here because it was mid September and the city campground in town had closed down for the year already.
You show up and pick a spot. It's...
Beaver Creek is the type of campground meant for someone that really, really wants to be off the beaten path. It is also barely big rig friendly.
The entry to the campground is a winding, paved, almost single lane road. Be careful. The camp...
I will confirm what others have said. You come to this RV Park because of its proximity to the city, not for the park itself.
The staff was friendly. When I initially made the reservation, we were told we had to move after the first night. ...
We really enjoyed our stay here. It is the MOST we have ever paid to stay in an RV Resort. But you do get a lot of amenities.
The pads are large and spaced out. We were in the row along the road, but didn't find the noise too bad. All...
This being our second visit to the Portland area, we were looking for someplace to park that gave us easy access to family in Beaverton. The RV parks north of Portland don't do it, there is just too much traffic to get back and forth. This...
Let's start with the bad. This campground is located right between cell towers. If you have Verizon and need a constant cell connection, go further west to the Cascade RV Park in Parkwood. There the cell tower is directly across the street. ...
This campground is basically a flat spot on the side of the hill that was turned into a campground with approximately 20 spaces.
If connectivity is important to you, this is what you get...you are just on the fringe of the Verizon cell...
This KOA opened up the summer of 2018. When we were there in August of 2018, some of the sites were still under construction. I suspect it will all be finished by the end of the 2018 season. Note: you pay an extra $5 per night on the...
"Brand new Big Rig RV Park"
"Good for an overnight or if in the area"
"Nothing special - but good location for western suburbs"
"Small, newer RV Park - good for a night or two"
"Lovely location, but too many downsides"
"Come to be close to the city"
"Lovely Resort, a tad pricey"
"Excellent location to get to Beaverton"
"Nice location and owners, horrible cell service"
"New KOA - not up to par yet"
"Older Campground, friendly staff"
"Good for an overnight stop "
"Unique, but not easy to get to."
"Not for big rigs, mostly seasonal"
"Typical seasonal campground, great Passport America rate"
"Another great CoE campgroud"
"Added star for beach access"
"Stay here to be close to Chesapeake"
"Throughly enjoyed our stay"
"Location, Location, Location. "
"Nice RV Resort away from the crowds"
"High Price, Little Value"
"Excellent value for the money"
"Wonderful site on the Lagoon"
"Convenient for an overnight stay"
"Good base camp for visiting Mesa Verde"
"It's another nice KOA...nothing exceptional."
"Best Campground WiFi EVER!"
"Campground has reopened"