Nov 2019: A small but extremely well maintained rest area facility, tucked into a hillside covered by dense forest. The rest area grounds have some small open areas, but is mostly kept in an approximation of the surrounding natural forest. Meticulously maintained gravel paths meander through the trees, creating a pleasant and relaxing place to stretch your legs after a long drive, or walk a dog. The bathrooms are not new but are well maintained and clean. The Pet Areas (one at each end of the rest area grounds) are small but very clean. The dump station is well designed and maintained. There is one waste inlet set well below surrounding ground level in a concrete apron that’s part of a concrete island. Rinse water is provided, but there is no hose at the rinse water spigot, just a valve with hose threads. The freshwater spigot is located about 30 feet forward of the waste inlet, on the concrete island. At the time of this review the rinse water and freshwater were both turned off for the winter. The freshwater spigot is spring loaded, so water would normally flow only when the spigot is held open manually. There are no threads on the spigot, so using a hose would be a challenge. A “water bandit” or similar may not work well because the spigot is so skinny. The rest area is posted “8 hour maximum stay”.
Posted Nov 02, 2019 by DanC from Oregon . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.