|Daily||$66.00 - $66.00|
Not being a member of 1000 Trails, we didn't know what to expect. We were very pleased with our stay. Pool was fab and clean. Sites are all nice with lots of trees and space. There is no wifi nor sewer hookups, but the nearby bathrooms were well maintained. There is an onsite dump site if you need it. Tributary of the Deschutes was fun to play in and raft around. Staff was helpful. Do not park in a spot with a yellow chain - its privately owned. Lots of park activities for the Grands.
There are very limited 50 amps, no sewers anywhere in park. There are dump stations. As a result, many people were observed washing outside and dumping grey water on ground. Full of kids. Many sites are narrow and we had to careful to find one with clearance for our MH. That said, it was cool in the woods and we got some TV by anrenna. We will not return. Our friend stayed in a yurt. No insulation, we could hear the 5 kids next door stomping around inside! A swamp cooler with no thermostat made a cold wet room. Located on the main street, so extreme traffic noise of trucks as well as kids headed to pool and store.
Took the kids camping for the weekend it was great. The nice people made it worth the trip. The rude people can kiss my butt. Yes there is a mixture of good and bad but that is to be expected. To those of you who choose to be stuck up and rude please try to remember what camping is all about. I'm proud to have the opportunity to raise my kids to be respectful RVers. Lead by example people it's a free world and just because you are members doesn't mean you are entitled to anymore than we are. I'm a national member. Thank you. To sum it up. The place is great. Take the time to meet people and make friends. Don't be rude. No one likes a jerk.