Beyond Hope Resort
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
A great visit
I would give this place 5 stars if it had sewer or at least a dump station. The lack of this facility is the biggest problem.
Do you want to stay at a campground next a lake? Check
Do you want to stay at a campground that is quiet and surrounded by nature? Check
Do you want to stay at a campground that has deer roaming around through it? Check
Do you want to meet friendly people while camping? Check
Do you feel like Steak dinner, a glass of Red Wine and beautiful views over a lake? Check
Beyond Hope Resort is not the nicest resort in the world, but it sure has everything one could really need. We arrived Sunday night and found the campground was only 50% full during. Our back-in spot was quite spacious, the hookups were close, and it was level. The spot had lush green grass that our two girls spent the next three days rolling around in, playing in, and enjoying.
The bathrooms and laundry room were clean and functional. They won't win any awards, but you won't go home with a new infection either. The beach is the place where you should plan on spending a lot of time at, we spent 3-5 hours per day throwing rocks, swimming, relaxing along the beach.
Overpriced and DANGEROUS Electricity!!!
We decided to route down Highway 200, and at a previous park a neighbor had recommended Beyond Hope as a great waterfront park to stop in at. After not being able to score a spot at neighboring Sam Owens National Forest campground, we came here and were at first happy to find anything available for a Friday night.
The plus - due to a last minute cancellation, they had a front row spot available for the night which gave us a decent water view. The staff was super friendly and helpful. We did enjoy a swim in the lake, and the gourmet restaurant & bar onsite was a pleasant surprise. And the sunset here was amazing.
- They have a major electricity problem. Our pedestal was 30a, and at times the voltage sagged down to 98 volts. They asked everyone to not run more than one A/C because of their old wiring - but we could not even run our A/C. This is dangerous and is enough of a sag that it could damage your RV equipment. Word is they have electrical renovations planned for this fall.
- This is a vacation resort - especially on weekends. Our spot was right in the middle of several families enjoying a weekend campout. I don't care how well behaved kids are, when you have bunches of them around with their parents on vacation too.. well, that's a lot of rowdy parents. Thankfully, the bar and sunset kept us occupied until bedtime. But wow, all those families were up way early puttering about underneath our windows. So much for sleeping in.
- No sites have sewer, and there is no dump station onsite. If you're here long enough to need dumping, it's just their honey wagon service.
- Their WiFi was down during the time we were here. They said it was a regional wide thing as the internet company was doing work.
All and all, the sites here did not impress us - they are rather close together. Particularly one ones in the upper area. The marina looks really nice. And the onsite upscale restaurant was a complete contrast.
At a rack rate of $45/night plus tax - we expect at least working electricity!
No working WiFi during our stay, AT&T was barely usable but our Verizon LTE was able to stay online.