October 28, 2019 - reviewed by Bree
Will Do In A Pinch
Ok, here is the deal this is basics here. There is a few things to keep in mind, no frills, but it's cheap and we pulled in at 0200 exhausted and unable to keep driving. I was so grateful to just have power and be able to stop. The toilet are clean but obviously this is an old place. I wouldn't dare use the showers without shower shoes and they are questionable cleaning. But the water is hot and the bathrooms warm. It's not pricey, we paid $24.95. They have 30 amp and 110 V power. They have sewage but we didnt use it. The view here is lovely, but the place is very run down. There is a combination of trailers and campers, mostly run down. It's very sandy here. I wouldn't stay here unless it was emergent (which it was for us). All that said I was so grateful to have a stopping place that night.
May 25, 2019 - reviewed by Mandy
Stayed for a night, just driving through. I arrived a little late, but owner checked me in and squinted me with the space. Bathroom was clean enough (don’t have KOA expectations though) and can’t beat $22 for a tent site. Especially with an absolutely unbeatable view!
March 29, 2019 - reviewed by Kerry
Just Drove Through
We never ended up staying here, but it looked pretty run down with lots of long term camper living.
June 13, 2018 - reviewed by A. McCord
Really Enjoyed My Stay
I read reviews more than write them, finding most of them a curiosity, and rarely taking stake in any written without valid constructive complaints. Personal conflict are usually just that...personal and having little to do with something constructive. A friend introduced me to this place, and though the actual sign pointing here off of the highway is clear, the secondary sign that you look for once hitting the dirt road should really be upgraded, made larger, be painted in bright colors, and spotlighted with solar lights to make it visible at night, and I arrived during the day. Having said that and missed the turn off the dirt road...after getting caught on a narrow dirt road slanted uphill, with trenches on both sides and a small driveway, that allowed me enough space to park and unhitch my trailer. After getting towed to camp, I couldn’t be happier with the accommodations. I do recommend checking it out for yourself, the view alone is cause to stop. I definitely plan on returning.
June 30, 2017 - reviewed by Dave Johnson
Place looked closed and water/power off. No signs posted anywhere and no night drop I could find. Did not stay.