We stayed in this lovely and well kept park in the spring. It was a nice stay EXCEPT...the was little if any cell reception and so there was very poor data reception for the internet. Too bad.
I just got off the phone with them and the pull through sites are 35 a night if that helps anybody
I was turned away from this park because my cute little restored VINTAGE 1955 Aloha was more than 10 yrs. old. My vintage mini has been in vintage trailer shows and people always tell me how awesome it is...but these 'camper snobs' don't accomodate. I would actually rather give zero stars.
Last hour trip to the area found this nice little campground with very nice staff. The price is $35 and they offer senior discount. It's a cozy place with good full service (50 amp), no extra charge. We'd return if in the area.
As stated previously, Erin is most accommodating and informative about the area. The added touch of giving jam and a flashlight for patrons was appreciated. Clean all around, level sites and yes, it is a small place. Glad to have the lot behind the fire department next door for walking the dogs. Would recommend and return.
Erin the host and manager was awesome! Excellent Wifi, clean bathroom and great shower.
Small park, call ahead. Well kept, very clean, great staff!
Friendliest staff and great amenities! Wish we could have stayed longer!
This is a older park. Most of the spots are full time RVs, very few for short term. We stopped by early and the only spot was a dry dock. We took it because the park is so convenient to the waterfalls. Overall great spot if you can get a space.
DO NOT TAKE EXIT 22 IF YOUR RV IS OVER 26 FEET. The exit is "Corbett Hill" and has a 10% grade (up) and very curvy. Larger RV's could have trouble. Use Exit 18 and follow the Historic Columbia River Hwy. Exit 18 has a 13'10" bridge but any RV should clear that. This is a small, but neat and clean RV park. Most of the RV's are seasonal or permanent but it is not junked up. Each site is tidy. Crown Point RV Park is in a very small town (Corbett) just a little way out of Gresham/Portland. Even though you're very close to the city, you are definately in the country. It is located right on the Historic Columbia River Hwy so, no matter which you drive out of the park, you will have beautiful views and Mt Hood looms in the background. The roads and sites are gravel with grass in between. It does not feel crowded - there is elbow room between the sites. The Wifi worked really well the first couple of days but then started to fall off. Verizon cell signal was really good and utilities worked just fine and were in a position. There is a little road noise from the Historic Columbia River Hwy but not too bad. We would come back.