The sites are small and first come first serve but if you are lucky you can get a spot that backs onto the river. It is a beautiful area but if you don't get by the river it is just a rv park. There were also slugs everywhere. There are 2 small towns around and about 40 min to Seattle.
The cost is not $16.00. It's $45 a nite for rv and a very nice park.
The campground doesn't appear to be well maintained and it's very expensive for what you get. We paid for 50 amp site and the 50 amp plug had been ripped out. But it's hard to find TV parks in the Seattle area.
Great exercise area for pets. Lots to do at the park and in the area. Very friendly staff.
It's a Thousand Trails (TT) Campground not a resort. As campgrounds go, it's 5 star. As a resort, maybe 3. The campground proper is FHU. The river sites are W/E only. The amenities are not riverside. We have port a pots. But walk across the road and two pools and hot tub; showers, etc. If you're a Thousand Trails member, it's free with your annual maintenance fee. So far this year we've stayed 22 nights at TT parks. We will average $20 a night for a trip up the west coast. Had we just used TT parks, it would have been half that. So the older parks look pretty good at that price. I just wish there were more of them!