September 9, 2021 - reviewed by TARDIS Mary
Unfortunately, this park was unpleasant. First off, we had to cram ourselves into a site that was awkward to get into and too small for our rig. Staff didn't care at all and was not helpful. The sewer pipe was a loose PCs fitted into another pie that was not airtight, allowing sewer smell to permeate the area. There was also an abandoned site next to us that was roughly fenced off but obviously not adequately closed and this also emitted a sewer smell. My spouse saw a big rat run from the laundry to the garbage bin. The "resort" had no rules or quiet time that we were aware of. Neighbors left their dog tied up outside all day and he whined and cried. Kids invaded our site and drew in the dirt around our trailer and truck. Hotspot wifi was terrible. Only good thing was it is located between Crater Lake and Klamath Falls. We will.not stay here again.
July 25, 2020 - reviewed by Scott F
Nice Resort Park
Friendly people, great scenery. Good place for canoeing, paddle boarding, ect.
Only downside is there is not much privacy between sites, but that is pretty common at the RV Resorts
July 20, 2019 - reviewed by Brfsk53
Trusted old reviews. Looks more like a migrant camp from the depression era. People are nice but unorganized. Knew my name but could not find paperwork. Tried to charge me twice when i had a receipt. Fishing and kayaking appears to be good. Nice campers though.
August 10, 2018 - reviewed by Brent
Parking can be tough some easy pull though sites. The more challenging sites pay off with nice views. Canoe trail is a must.
July 26, 2016 - reviewed by Anne Van der Sluis
Very Nice Rv Park
Very Nice located rv park. We had a nice site on the shore of the Lake. You can rent kayaks and boats. There is a restaurant and they make breakfast for you are a bbq in the evening. There is a small shop and the owners are friendly and always willing to help you. Best rv until now and very good value.
October 9, 2015 - reviewed by B.
Some of their sites are "shoehorned in", so look at your proposed site before trying to park. This is right on the lakeshore, and has a small dock. I'd return here just to be here.