Monday, August 29, 2011

Dow Creek Resort, Hoodsport, Washington

We are staying at Dow Creek Resort for a few nights using our RPI membership. This campground definitely has it’s good points and, shall we say, areas in need of some work.

Good ~ well forested with lots of mature trees – gives a feel of a state park; sites are large and private (in fact, Brad’s been enjoying, shall we say, watering the shrubs instead of using our facilities) :-) ; very quiet; clean; staff (the one guy we spoke to) was nice; sites have picnic tables and fire pits

Not so Good ~ the “clubhouse” is an old, musty single-wide trailer that just gives off an “icky” feel; the dump station (not all sites are full-hook ups) is nearly impossible to get to – a narrow road outside of the main campground that has huge potholes and standing water; although as we said it’s clean, it’s a bit rundown




1 comment:

Erik's RV Blog said...

Love the trees, so many RV parks take the trees down so the SAT users can watch TV. Watering the bushes can save some black tank space over time for sure or is he just marking his territory? :)

Have fun!

Erik

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