910 days ago
We fully expected noise as we were staying here during spring break...but the camp site was thirty feet from the main drag and across from an entertainment facility that boomed music long into the night(bar closing). But what we didn't expect was...
At lunch and again at another rest stop we saw two other motor homes stopping as well. When we pulled in at Andersons...there they were. None of us traveling together. We all agreed that this campground is a gem. Clean, grassy sites, close-but not...
Our site was the best in the park...room for a big rig, tow and more. It was an end site so it had a uber-wide, treed lot right out the door. Adorable chain saw art, courteous and friendly staff plus, plus, plus. It was very clean and...
When we saw how easy the access was from the highway we were concerned about noise. The lush treed setting made for a quiet oasis. Pleasantly surprised by the extra long pull through sites...didn't have to disconnect the tow vehicle. 97 channels...
Peaceful, easy feeling....Easy to find,clean...good overnight stop. With the motorhome buttoned up, the noise was typical for an easy on/off park. We stayed in December so of course pool was closed. The manager made us feel welcome and offered...
Paved long pads and very friendly staff about sums it up. Stopped overnight on our way from Seattle to Phoenix although I didn't use the facilities, I did a quick walk through and found everything to be clean and user friendly
Sometimes I think pictures say more than words ever can.
You couldn't ask for a cleaner well managed location. Between to Seattle, Anacortes
We probably had the worst site in the parkas it was next to the street, but would still give it 5 out of 5. Within walking distance to many attractions and a very friendly staff.
Quiet. Trees. Crazy woman is a good name, owner just a little strange
"Wish we could clone this campground."
"A million stars all around"
"Well kept stop along I-5"
"Drone of logging trucks"
"Stayed on way through to yellowstone"