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Paved streets and sites. You get a grill at your site. Cable was very good. Grass between sites. Roomy fenced dog park. Beautiful pond with a water feature. Two pools and two spacious laundry. Lots of hard working people stayed here but there were plenty of spots for transients like us.

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Only good for one night. It's basically a dusty parking lot with some sketchy residents. There is a cafe at the entrance that served passable food.

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The positive side of the park is that it's within walking distance of fabulous downtown Bandera. Lots of cowboy shops, bars and restaurants. There's a nice fenced dog park. The negatives are: the sites are a little narrow and set up as a buddy system where you face your neighbor. The town and park are overrun with stray cats. The park doesn't enforce the leash rule because our long term neighbor had a cat that constantly roamed the park. Making it unpleasant to set outside.

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Be aware of their no refund policy. The winds blew consistently here, one day reaching 45mph. We would have left early except for that policy. It's a little more than we usually pay. Too bad the winds blowing off the dunes often made being outside impossible. It's a perfect spot for folks with quads who are into riding miles in the dunes. The staff is obsessed with watering the struggling grass which causes a low water pressure. We will pass on this park.

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The park is close to Twin Falls and some terrific dining. Lots of full time residents. Try and get in the back row 67-76 which gives you a good open view. Some road noise. Fun water slide for kids and a cafe that served burgers and beer. Would have given a higher rating but no cable and our satellite didn't have a clear angle because of the many trees.

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One of our favorite parks! Close to Boise and lots of restaurants. Laundry was very nice. Pool area was very nice and they were good about getting kiddies out by 8:30. Our lot had ample room for our 42 ft rv plus our hauler. It was nice to have some green grass between lots.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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The best park in the area. We needed a stopover on the way to Boise and this park is nice enough to stay a couple of days. There are deer everywhere! The park borders a farm with horses and goats, so peaceful. There are restaurants and a Safeway in town. The sites are roomy with mature shade trees. You need a cable box from the office or make sure your satellite is unobstructed before you unhook.

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One of the best parks we've stayed at. Although a bit on the pricey side, it was worth it to stay in Bend. Very quiet, despite being on a busy road. Sites are large and beautiful. Mature shade trees throughout the park. Clean laundry facilities. Very busy, so be sure to make a reservation. We didn't have the best site because we waited too long to make a reservation but they worked hard to get us into a spot where we didn't have to move. Most spots have patio pavers and a nice table with chairs. Be aware of a 12' 10" obstruction if you're coming from the east.

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This is a near perfect park. Immediate access to the beach with large sites. The only downside would be only two machines for laundry for the entire park. The park was very quiet at night and close to town.

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Even though our site was a back in, we still had room for our fifth wheel, hauler, grill and atv. I would have rated higher but there were only two machines for laundry in the park of 68+ sites and the cable was poor. They have excellent access to a fantastic beach, shopping and restaurants.

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Avoid this park unless you're 28ft. We barely fit our 42 ft fifth wheel on our pull thru lot. Our back door opens up over the boulder landscape. We are extended so far over in order to get our slider out that we're on the grass. The patio is useless for us. Because the lots are so small, the streets are full of vehicles. We may have to back out of our pull thru site.

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Would have given a perfect rating but it was not satellite friendly. However, the cable was very good. Good Wifi. Inner roads were gravel and tended to get dusty. Staff was very friendly and arranged for a wash job for our rv. Nice woody park with good sized sites.

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I would have given a higher score, but no cable. We loved the park golf course, the short drive into the quaint town of Astoria and all the seafood and surrounding sights.

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Don't let the name fool you. Park is NOT by the sea. It's a half mile from the sea and isn't accessible from the park. There's a service (Fairway Shuttle) that will take you into town for $8.00. Lots of speed bumps.

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Lots of full-time residents. We barely fit our 42 ft hauler on our 50amp site. All pull thrus were 30 amp. We had several occasions when our power monitor tripped for low voltage. Lots of kids with nothing to do.