This RV park is more of a long-term park with about a half dozen pull-through spots in the center. You "self-register" as there is not a staffed office, as such. The one person we encountered on the grounds ("Bob") was very friendly and helpful....
We were grateful to have a stopping point after driving all day on hwy101 AND the camp host was delightful and took pride in her job. She even gave us a lot of tips However, this place was a dump. There was dog poo all over the place . When...
This is not too far off the beaten path and may be accessed from hwy 101 with a fair amount of ease. The sites are mostly pull-through. It was quiet at night.
Thats it. That's all the positive....
-There are NO...
745 days ago
We had to move to another boondocking location (Cabella's) due to the foul smell or human waste.
BTW, there was a water spigot on the west side of the parking lot
This park was staffed with very friendly staff!
The park was well maintained really, with the exception of the shower (single, unisex shower room) being grimy (bring quarters for the water-you will néed 50 cents per shower).
The was a huge...
NO POTABLE WATER, but it was a easy access, free dump station with a water hose for flusing black tank.
Dry camping here was super easy as the parking lot is LARGE. We arrived at 9pm, parked on the eastern side of the complex. There was one other boondocker there.
The impact of the aircraft lit up at night makes this an extra fun stop!
Incredible views and directly off the Hwy-so very convenient access. However, being directly off the highway there is some traffic noise pretty much around the clock, most if which we consider white noise. However, it is,common for big semi rigs...
"This is a pit stop RV park "
"We were desperate for water...."
"What a LETDOWN many levels..."
"Filthy parking lot with rif-raff"
"Nice location, best in the area."
"Easy in and out with a circular drive"
"Excellent location on the way to the coast"
"Beautiful water/mountain view"