A key factor in planning an RV road trip is selecting RV parks and resorts.
If you’re looking for a five-star RV resort with all the amenities including 50-amp electric, water, sewer, cable TV, and Wi-Fi, there are several things to consider before making your decision.
An earlier post on Vogel Talks RVing detailed the nine characteristics of a five-star RV resort: quality customer service, adequate space between sites, pull-through sites that are spacious and well maintained, utilities are centrally located and up to date, quality Internet at all sites, convenient way to dispose of trash, clean and well-maintained laundry facilities, picnic tables, and pet area.
During the past several years we’ve had the pleasure of staying at numerous 5-star RV resorts. In an earlier post we detail five such parks. In today’s post we offer five more memorable RV resorts.
The RV Park at Rolling Hills Casino is easy-on, easy-off (I-5 at Exit 628); a 5-star park with long pull-through sites (up to 75 feet in length) with 30/50 amp-electric service, water, and sewer conveniently located; no tall trees to interfere with obtaining satellite. Security patrols the park on a regular basis.
Known as the Olive Capital, Corning is home to the largest olive processing plant in the U.S. Nearby, Lucero Olive Oil is an informative, tasty stop.
Hee Hee Illahee RV Resort, Salem, Oregon
New in 2006, Hee Hee Illahee RV Resort is situated about a mile east of I-5 (Exit 258). The name literally means “A Fun Place to Be”. Big rig friendly with fairly wide paved streets, long pull-through paved sites in the 75-foot range, and conveniently located 30/50-amp electric service, water, two sewer connections, and cable TV (69 channels). Wi-Fi signal worked well from our site (#56). We would return to this 5-star resort in a heartbeat.
If your passion in quality artisan cheeses, check out Willamette Valley Cheese, 13 miles from the resort on SR-221.
Toutle River RV Resort, Castle Rock, Washington
Toutle River RV Resort is a 5-star resort built in 2009. The utility hookups are centrally located with 80-90 foot sites and adequate Wi-Fi. No large trees to obstruct satellite. The only negative is the park is located near train tracks and trains run all day and night. However, we would return in a heart-beat.
Conveniently located near Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, Toutle River RV Resort is located off I-5 at Exit 52, easy-on, easy-off.
New in 2008, Jackson Rancheria RV Resort is part of a casino complex. Big rig friendly 50/30-amp electric service, water, sewer, and cable TV are centrally located. Wide, paved interior roads with wide concrete sites. Back-in sites over 55 feet with pull-through sites in the 70-75 foot range.
We would return in a heartbeat. Reservations over a weekend are required well in advance. Jackson Rancheria is conveniently located in the heart of Gold Country.
Expect to find an upscale Class A motorhome ownership resort. Daily, weekly, and monthly stays welcome. Lot sizes range from 3,500 to 4,500 square feet with paved pads approximately 16 feet x 75 feet and a paved patio. Select from pull-in facing the nine-acre lake, pull-through, or back-in sites. Paved streets. Cable TV, Wi-Fi, telephone, and 200 amp service capability.
Once settled in, consider the “Grand” clubhouse and zero entry infinity pool with Jacuzzi and various patio overlooking the lake. Inside you will discover the great room with large screen TV, movie theater room, fitness center, dry sauna, pedicure/massage room, and lounge/bar area.
Vogel Talks RVing selected this list of 5 star RV resorts from parks personally visited.
Please Note: This is part of an on-going series on 5 Star RV Resorts
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