If you don't care about sleeping through the night, the lack of grass anywhere, the tiny swimming pool or the small, dirty, out of date bathrooms, you should be fine. If any of those things matter to you, you should find someplace else to go. The playground is decent size but the ground cover is plain dirt, as it is throughout the campground leaving our kids dirty after just 5 minutes of play. The bathroom was constantly dirty with bits of toilet paper all over the floor. The showers looked like they would not be out of place at the grungiest state park. But worst of all was the train. Constantly, 24x7. Even at 3am. The train is literally next door to the campground. Probably only 50 feet away. The noise from the whistle in indescribable. This is not something you get used to. When the train goes through, as it does at least 10 times a day the entire campground shakes.
I've often stayed at state parks. When you pay $14 a night, you don't expect too much and so I never fault those campgrounds. But when you pay more than $60 for a cabin you expect a little more, and usually KOA delivers. Not this time.
- Also Known As:
- Cascade Locks Koa Hotel Cascade Locks