The only think Redneck Acres has going for it is the price, unless your a carny there for the fair. It's basically parking lot camping, but the services are suitable. For an affordable homebase in Eureka, it's worth it. If you prefer scenery and amenities, keep driving.
Pricey but worth it. The good points: It is the best park in the area for the cost. They've got a great pool, rec hall and workout room. Lots of grassy areas and nice people, super friendly staff. The bad points; Tree shade here WILL block your satellite connectivity. They did just hire a smart networking guy who installed a brand new Wi-Fi system which works GREAT. So skip the dish and go right for the Wi-Fi, which is free. Also, sites can be really tight, even for us, in our 24' 5er. Otherwise though, we're glad we stayed. It definitely has a resort feel, and is nice splurge.
A cozy little park to stay at on your way to somewhere else. Sites were clean, landscaping was neat, and the owners were pleasant. The bathrooms were a little third-worldish, but other than that, it was a fine place to stop for the night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were here in late spring, and it's anything but quiet on the weekends. Weekdays are silent, but weekends are wild here. The best sites are the no-hookup sites at the end of the campground. We had #11 and it's the best! Specious, serene, and tranquil... until all the weekend partyers show up!
This is a great park, period. Beautiful grounds, lots of gorgeous landscaping, friendly staff, super clean bathrooms and laundromat. Sites are big, and we had lots of options for satellite friendly sites. Still, there are lots of trees there that keep the place pretty. Just loved it all around. We'd stay here again in an instant. Forget the competition across the street, Jim and Mary are the best. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you are desperate and want a bargain, I guess this place is OK. I should've been suspicious when I called and the guy asked, "how old is your rig?" I said "what does that matter?" and he replies "because that will tell me what side of the park to put you in." Whatever you do, don't let them put you in a back-in site, as they are ridiculously small. We have just a 2007 24' fifth wheel, and we has SO much trouble getting in the spot. It was insane. The back in area is full of permanent residents who keep relatively clean grounds, but their rigs are old (and some permanent mobile homes too), and the grounds in this part of the park are just depressing. We had to stay in this section so we could get our satellite internet reception, which we did. But sites were so close I could hear kids in the next door trailer, and smell smoke from a smoker next door. The pull through side is OK, but you won't get any satellite reception there, too many trees. Staff was really friendly though, I'll give 'em that much. We had to get out of there though, and cut our Spokane visit short. The sites, the freeway noise, it was just too much.
This park is great! The staff is so friendly, and the sites, although the concrete pads are technically 20' wide, they do seem much larger because of grassy landscaping on either side of each site, along with, get this, privacy hedges on each side too. We got a pull through site, but even the back ins look easy enough to get into. The grounds are so well kept, there are numerous walking paths and a cute little pond, and a terrific library too. Although there are monthly renters here, it's hard to distinguish their sites from overnighters, because most of their rigs are just as shiny and well kept. For being so close to Seattle proper, this place is a great bargain, and well worth the money. We would stay here again in an instant. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a great little park we stayed at on our way to TX from Florida. The owner has put a lot of love into this place, and they have one of the best club houses we've seen. Laundry facilities are neat as a pin and inexpensive. The grounds are neat, but basic. Don't expect a resort-environment here. You make your own fun. The only downside is the sites are a little close together, but that didn't present much of a problem. Residents are super friendly and there's lots of room to roam. A great place to stay for a week or a season.
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This has got to be the worst park we've ever stayed in. Believe the reviews; the spots are so tight that your neighbor has to move their vehicle if you want to set up camp. When we arrived, our neighbor wasn't here, but his Dualie was blocking part of our space. Management insisted that we try to park anyway. We tried to get them to move us, and they wouldn't. We had to sit in front of the office in our rig until the neighbor showed up. Don't waste your money, it ain't worth it. For a video tour of this park visit: http://wp.me/pcxXa-9P