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We stayed a week at this campground and loved it. The tubing right there at the park was a huge plus. The grounds and facilities were clean and the park was very kid friendly. We are already planning our trip next year but want to...More
We stayed in a cabin here once before and loved it so much that I said we need to return here to stay in our pop-up camper. We did just that, had a site on the river, and just feel in love completely. The campground...More
This is a great campground. The sites are close together but this is what I have experienced at most campgrounds with full hook ups. We had a premium site with a nice patio and fire pit which was great with little ones running around. There...More
It is a shame that all campgrounds in Townsend charge 100% more than any other campgrounds in the area and frankly even at prime locations like beach campgrounds. You can go to ocean front campsites along both west and east coasts, with every amenity thinkable...More
We usually stay here when we come to the area and it is a very clean campground. They were not full so there was plenty of room between campers. The only thing negative I have to say is the shower house and bathrooms were closed....More
As many said - call. But, FYI, the RV sites are ridiculously small, so even if they did allow, you might not want to! The best sites are actually the tent sites by the river. We didn't have a reservation the first night, but... More
As many said - call. But, FYI, the RV sites are ridiculously small, so even if they did allow, you might not want to! The best sites are actually the tent sites by the river. We didn't have a reservation the first night, but they let us put our truck camper into tent site 124. It was heaven, although no hookups. The second night we moved to another site with hookups, and really wished we had not. If you must have a full hook up site - try for 77-84, or 121. Those are the RV sites on the river. Also, depending on what you drive, be careful. Turning in off the highway you immediately get into a traffic jam. The office, a decorative plant area, the pool, the dumpsite, the parking for towed vehicles, are all within the first 50 feet of the entrance. And there are a couple of really hard turns, and a "one way" segment of the KOA road there that also complicate things for longer rigs.