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The sites are a little closer than I would prefer and leveling is a must in most of them. However, there are so few campgrounds in the National Park system that provides full hookups, it was nice to have them here. AT&t cell service is poor to non-existent but the proximity to the various canyon overlooks is easy by either the shuttle, your toad or your pickup. I would stay here again.

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This is my third stay at this RV Park. The owners really know what they are doing and manage it well. It has nice level sites, good spacing, security, great utilities and friendly and welcoming owner/managers. Whether headed East or West on I-40 I would drive an extra hour to stay here again.

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Very disappointing park given its name and the golf resort. The sites are plenty big enough for rigs of all sizes, but it seems that maintenance is way behind schedule. The weeds are abundant and the cobwebs suggest that not too many folks stay here. The 9-hole golf course has not had any irrigation for a long time and it is not playable. The I-5 is visible but not a significant noise problem. The location of this park closer to Sacramento than Redding and south of Corning should make it desireable for many heading south from Oregon, or from SoCal folks going north who made it through Sac and need a resting place. However, new management, money and/or some promoting of this park may be needed to make it work in the long run. I hope that this place gets turned around. I want to return.

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This National Park has so many sites that there's bound to be something for everyone. I was told that reservations are a must for the best 50% of the sites and they fill up fast. About 25% are not so good, either being really unlevel or not enough vegetation buffer between the sites. I saw quite a few 32 to 38 foot motor homes in the sites so most rigs will fit. Agree with previous poster about signage. I missed the sign and travelled 15 miles up hwy 10 before I could unhook and turn around. The problem is the sign to the campground is so busy with other things that a newbie to this park can easily miss the turn. Nice little town to stroll around, stop in the visitor center and or have an ice cream. The biggest improvement I think is needed, is another dump station. The lines were quite long on Sunday morning with people checking out. Also, I think quiet hours should be after 10pm, not 11 pm. It was quite noisy from 9-11pm on Friday and Saturday nights and nobody doing anything about it. Even so, this is another of Canada's nice national parks.

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The check in procedure was uncomfortable for due to the unfriendliness of the staff. The Wi-Fi was awful despite the assurances to the contrary. Next door is a theme Park with lots of loud speaker noise and music that travels into the RV Park. The sites have reasonable spacing and the utilities work well. However, I didn't experience enough positives here to warrant a return visit.

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No problems to report about this RV Park, except it was too pricey for what we received. The site was fine, the power was consistent and the water pressure good. I agree mostly with the comments below. Would consider an alternative RV park or campground next time due to price/value.

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Pleasant park with caring owners. Flowers are everywhere making it very pleasant. The few big rig pull throughs aren't as nice as the other sites, as they are close together. I will stay here again but will unhook and back into a better site.

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Very nice National Park on Lake Superior. The campsites are spaced well and are mostly woodsy with good privacy. Wi-Fi is available at the visitor center. Really helpful ranger/warden with lots of good ideas, suggestions and answers. There are trails to walk and explore including a boardwalk on the way to the cove. Both of my GPS units failed to get me on the right road here so for routing purposes take hwy 627 south from Hwy 17 near Marathon and it will lead you to the park. No store, so bring provisions. I would return here.

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The rate reflects a weekly rate. The sites are really close together. Your neighbor's sewer hose is next to your table. It is noisy due to I-5 road traffic. There is no Wi-Fi and no cable TV. No reason for me to come back here.

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I really like this RV park. We were here a few years ago and the owners have added so much more ambience in the interim including plants, flowers and the trees have matured to allow for additional shade in the summer. This is a great stop over spot as well as a place to stay a few days when anyone wants to explore the city of Missoula and its surroundings. Costco, Wal-Mart, Lowes, Home Depot and great Super Markets before you move on to the wonderful sights and places in this area. Staying here is quiet and within a few mile of everything. Almost forgot: great Wi-Fi.

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Located 7-8 minutes away from shopping and located 2 miles south of the junction of 17 and 69. New owners in the past year and they are working hard to make this a really nice place. Very accommodating and friendly. They were finishing up with the installation of a new dump station and because it wasn't going to be operative for a few hours, the owner came over and pumped me out an no charge. I could have waited but he insisted. The sites are grass and long enough for big rigs but probably need to be rolled to smooth out some of the bumpiness. Some tree work is needed also. New high speed Wi-Fi was being installed while we were here. I would stay here again and would expect it its rating to increase after the improvements.

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This Provincial Park was disappointing for me but has the potential to be very good. The best sites in the park are at the lower level along the river. Most aren't big enough for 5th wheels and motor homes and none have electricity. The sites higher up have virtually no view of the river and are way overgrown. These have electricity but the electric posts are so far away from the site that an extension is need. I rented one from the park and it and my regular cord just barely reached the post. Many of the pull-throughs are among the most unlevel sites anyone could imagine and the tree limb growth scrapes the top of any rig taller than 10 feet. There is no Wi-Fi, no store or no services other than firewood. If you have a tent, a pop-up, a B-van or a small camper, getting a site on the water may be rewarding for you as the views are nice. To be a really good park, much tree work is needed, the electric posts need to be moved closer to the site, the pull-throughs leveled and maybe 25% of sites along the water having electricity would be the steps to take.

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This RV park was a disappointment to me. The sites are close together and are basically unleveled grass. Some are difficult to negotiate given the trees. Wi-Fi was awful. The owner was friendly and gave me choices of sites but there weren't any good ones of the five she offered. We moved on after one night and would not return.

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This is a terrific RV park for those with children. So much to do. See the website. If you want peace and tranquility this is not your place, however. The park has everything for families, is well run and even though many of the sites are quite close together, it is a place for kids of all ages. I would not stay here again, but would be if I was with my children or grandchildren. I give it a high rating because it is an extremely well run park for children.

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Well run park with approximately 50% seasonals but lots of nice sites for visitors. Site spacing is good, pads are level and many sites have views of the St Laurence River looking East. Wi-Fi is excellent but there is a $5 per day charge. Should be included for the daily rate of $36. It seems that most sites do not have shared connection posts quite common on the Gaspe. Another positive is that I did not see any side-by-side hookups. Other than a teenager at the check-in kiosk, nobody speaks English. This could make it difficult for some who speak no French. Would stay here again.