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What a gem! Almost a 10. One of the nicest NF campgrounds we've been to. The sites and the road from the highway is paved. The southern loop is flat with several pull through sites large enough for big rigs. The trees are juniper/ponderosa mix. The northern loop appears to be older and the sites are not as flat, but it has lots of big ponderosa pines to keep your rig cool in the summer. At least 75% of the sites were not taken or reserved when we arrived at 3pm.

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Way overpriced for what you get. You will scratch your vehicle. If you want shade only a couple of sites will have it. Bring a shovel. Trying to get level, even with 4 inches of boards a blocks, took us an hour. Half the sites have a very steep entrance or exit to them. We would not not back. Campsites are reservable, and the lack of reservations should have been a clue.

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The park is 6 miles west of town. The other RV park was full so we stayed here. It is very high priced for what you get. All sites are pull-throughs. Many sites are occupied by seasonal workers. Facilities are minimal; 2 men's and 2 ladies' rest rooms with shower. Washer and dryers are in the ladies room. No office and no supplies for sale. There is grass between the sites and a few have picnic tables. Water hookups might require a extra hose. RR tracks are nearby but trains are not frequent. One of the most spartan RV parks we've ever seen.

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The biggest negative is tightness of the sites. Big fifth wheels will have problems parking if the place is full. No Wi-Fi. Wired Internet service is in the rec room and it's fast. Mosquitoes can be a problem in June. The office staff was helpful when we needed to extend our stay one night. The location was right for us.

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This RV park is the most cramped park I've ever stayed at. It took several attempts at parking our rig to avoid hitting the awning of our neighbor. When finally parked our steps encroached on our other neighbors territory. There is only 1 men's toilet. They use Tengo Internet which gets disabled for you 4 hours after you initially connect. With the park 1/2 full we had trouble staying connected. Most sites are 15 amp back ins with no circuit breaker. The best part about this park is it's location as once you're parked you don't need a vehicle.

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This park rates a 5 at best. The sites are very tight. We could not put down our awning because we have to park our truck very close to our rig. No water at each site as 4 sites have to share a water tree (4 outlets on 1 pipe). We were lucky in that our sewer connection was close to our rig, some had to run a 30 foot sewer hose. The sewer connections were not threaded or sealed in any way, so just stick your hose into it and hope it doesn't come out. No cable TV in the $42 price. The back-in sites are on the blind side for the driver. The location was good. A Costco is across the street. A supermarket is close by. The city paved trail system is 1/4 mile away. It's not far from tourist attractions. I would have picked a different RV park, if the reviews for Anchorage said there was something better.

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We stayed here because there were decent supermarkets for us to stock up as our next stop was for 8 nights and a long ways from shopping. It's basically a gravel lot with hookups, just off exit 255. Take your own paper if you want to use the toilet. Most sites are vacant except for the occasional long term tenant. No credit cards. Self registration is likely.

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We stayed 8 nights and used the weekly rate. We chose here because we were too large to use the NF campgrounds. I was hoping for shade as the campground in a national forest, but the campground was in a clear cut, so we were glad we had A/C. WiFi was available only near the office. There are only 2 washers and dryers that worked, but they're not available on Sundays. Showers cost $5 for 8 minutes. There is only one men's toilet and it was 300 yards from our RV. The gravel for our site was soft, making it difficult to get level. No cable TV and over-the-air TV was spotty, except for Retro TV network. 30 day cancellation notice required if you stay over a weekend. When we checked in we were never told that the restrooms were locked and we were not given the combination. The office closes at 6pm. Not a good value for what you get.

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If you arrive from east of the Cascades and want to leave going east, there is not much choice. Due to its location next to a river that frequently floods, there are no sewer hookups and the electric connection is 6 feet above ground at the top of a stairs. There is a dump station. We stayed here a week and it appeared that the bathrooms were never cleaned, nor soap ever provided. Toilet paper was provided. There are only two men's showers for the entire RV park. We stayed here 4 years ago, and it's a lot worse now. I'm not sure I would stay here again.

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This is a brand new RV park. They were paving the entrance road while we were there. The interior roads are paved but the pads are soft gravel. As time goes by the gravel should pack down. Many pull through site and some back in sites. A convenient location in a business park in the Edmonton suburb of St. Albert. Very clean bathrooms. No laundry at park and the only laundry in St Albert is very expensive. It is overpriced considering there is no cable TV, no laundry, no swimming pool, no internet (Wi-Fi). There is a very nice paved bicycle trail just outside the entrance that we used several times on bike and on foot.

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We stayed here because of the golf course. The RV park is quite small. The entrance road is narrow and a bit steep in places. For once the back in site was on the driver's visible side not the blind side. Lots of shade late in the afternoon because of the big hill with tall trees to the west. There is nothing special about the RV park other than it is on the golf course which we liked.

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One of the nicest places to stay anywhere. That it's a little far from Spokane, is about the only real complaint that I have. If you like to golf, then it's a really great place as the golf course is pretty darn nice, and less than $20 for RV park customers.

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There are very nice and clean bathrooms. A good place out in the country but not too far away from town; a 5 to 10 minute drive. There are very friendly staff that seems to be always working on the park somewhere. We would stay here again.

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Quite nice RV park that was convenient to Salt Lake City. The negative points would be freeway noise, ugly oil refineries (but it is located in an industrial area), and it's impossible for 5th wheels to avoid running over sprinkler heads in the pull through sites. There is a very nice bike trail just 200 feet outside a side gate that we used several times. The park was very well maintained, the bathrooms very clean, and the staff very helpful and friendly.

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It's the location!! The RV park itself is poorly maintained and is crumbling apart. It's tight for big rigs but doable if they know you have a big rig. It's evident that they replaced the electrical system not too long ago and added some cable tv. The location at the Grand Canyon give it a rating 3 or 4 levels higher than it would have otherwise received.