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Pheasant Ridge RV Park
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Reviewed August 28, 2012

This resort did not tell me their charges for no show --- This was my first attempt to stay in an RV park . I am a disabled Vet that just needed to be told the no show rates instead a suprise bill in the mail. The manager was very rude and made no atempt to understand my side of it. Be aware of hidden fee that they don't tell u about.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled on business
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5  Thank Larry G
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Reviewed May 27, 2009

We choose this campground as a "pit stop" down I-5 between Seattle and southern Oregon. The park is very pretty and very close to the freeway, but without feeling like it. The sites are a little on the small side in terms of width, but are all quite level and paved and many are quite long for buses. Unfortunately, the sites are very close to one another, there was not much room for our child to play. Because the park is on a hill, the sites are terraced, leaving the spaces between them uneven. Which means if you enjoy outdoor dining or relaxing, you had to just chill out on your cement pad. Understandably fine for some, but not really our idea of camping. The pool is lovely and very warm. All the common areas were very well maintained and the bathrooms were spotless . This park had a lot of rules to obey, but none that are unreasonable and all the long-term tenants had very well kept sites, no clutter. One concern I did have for extremely large rigs was they have put in large posts at the ends of the sites so that you don't drive on the grass when you pull out, but the park is tight. It was clear that many of those poles had been hit as people navigated the park. This park was fine for a one-night stay, but I probably won't stay here again as there isn't much to do except hang out on your cement pad.

  • Stayed: April 2009, traveled with family
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8  Thank krustypup
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