Spent a night here in late April 2015. Ones first impression of this place is going to be horrible. You drive down a hill behind a self storage lot to see a gravel lot filled to the brim with large rigs staying there for the long term. However, there is a lower campground that is grass covered with relatively level pull through and back in gravel pads. The bathhouse was clean and the owner and everybody I met was friendly. It is a more than acceptable place to park for the night.
Great place for a night or two. On the river, shade, nice sites. Could use a few picnic tables and a few hooks in shower stalls but other than that, a very comfortable and quiet place that we'd stay at again. It is for sale and also the bathroom is not handicap accessible.
Level sites, lots of long term. Power is ok 50/30 amps, good water presume. Sewer. Some sites have hook up on the wrong side, but still close enough. We stayed 1 night in a 38ft motor home. Good for over night but not really a destination park. Did not look in restrooms?
Upper area jam packed with longer term units. Lower lot has been graveled, but not level. Auto level on the RV kept timing out so had to level it's ourselves. Plenty of room on this pull thru for our pickup and RV. Full hook up, water, electric & sewer. Water pressure thru the roof. We had to put on a regulator (which we rarely do anywhere). Easy in and out. Propane refill on site (which we needed) with great price. Very friendly and helpful manager. Only other real complaint (besides the lots being so unlevel) is that all the signs are outdated, showing a rate of $30/night, but the real price was $40. I feel badly for the manager because he has to take the heat and the real owner does nothing about it. Stayed 2 nights in a 41' fifth wheel.
Was only $25 until the pipeline workers started arriving. He's making a killing!