The location is excellent if you want to be in the area. There are other famcamps in the immediate area but they were all booked up for the weekend. The entry to the park isn't as bad as others make it out to be. You can pull forward enough to see in both directions. There is obvious signs that some work is being put into the park and I talked with the park manager and they are making an effort to move out some of the homesteaders. The showers do need work but if campers would cleanup after themselves it would help. There are no amenities or facilities here and it's a drive to Langley. The value is dependent on your reason for staying. It was valuable to me as I had friends near the park. My overall experience was good. We would definitely stay here again.
We stopped here again on our way south and spent 2 weeks. The office is now located on the campground side of the recreation facility, so you don't have to take a long walk to check in and pay for your site. Isaac and Bill are friendly and responsive, however the base facilities took 2 days to replace a 50 amp circuit breaker. The base needs to put some funds and effort into supporting this campground.
We are one week into a three week stay here and so far not bad. The staff is friendly and helpful. The door to the office is closed but it looks like that is just to keep it cool and there is an "open" sign on the door when there is someone there. The bath and laundry facilities could definitely use some upgrades. The city street leading to the campground is pretty narrow and curvy so if you have a big rig, be careful.
BIG change! Homesteaders are gone!! We stayed here in November on our way south and again in April heading north. In November we were told changes were coming, and they now have limited length of stay which has made the homesteaders move on. There were 7 sites available, when we arrived. The staff is friendly and responsive. There are improvements that need to be made to some sites. Drainage is an issue for a few sites, but not so bad that some gravel and dirt couldn't fix. We hope the command will support the ideas the staff has for improvement.
D.B. left this review using the Directory software: - Fairly nice campground. All sites are in the trees. The only way that a satellite will work is if it is detached from the rig and moved to the street. I did not see all the permanent residents as previously mentioned.
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