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The owners are truly customer oriented. They are a hard working couple and are now operating a really top notch park. The park is very nice with shady spots if you like, or open spots if you want to hook up satellite. The WiFi is excellent. We enjoyed our stay here.

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Really enjoyed our stay here. The campground is very nice, excellent showers and restrooms, and the continuous casino shuttle is nice, although it is only a short distance to the casino - less than 1/2 mile, and there is a nice walking path. Casino restaurant is very good. The only problem is that when the park is quite full for special events (and almost every weekend), the WiFi slows down and is often times unavailable. Other than that little glitch, we enjoyed our stay, and will return.

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Really enjoyed our stay here. The campground is very nice, excellent showers and restrooms, and the continuous casino shuttle is nice, although it is only a short distance to the casino - less than 1/2 mile, and there is a nice walking path. Casino restaurant is very good. The only problem is that when the park is quite full for special events (and almost every weekend), the WiFi slows down and is often times unavailable. Other than that little glitch, we enjoyed our stay, and will return.

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This little Alaskan gem is a great place to stay. The sites are staggered, and the whole place is wooded. Your neighbors are fairly close, but you don't see them. The park owners are great people. The restaurant on site with breakfast and dinner not to be missed. Pancakes, reindeer sausage, and the works. The pancake toss every night is a hoot, and you might win a free breakfast. Checking in, there are fresh pies in a case right on the counter. It's tough not to leave the office without a couple pieces of pie ala mode. We thought it was the best RV park we stayed at in Alaska. They also have an RV wash right on site.

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We called the park for reservations on the morning of our stay. The manager said they were quite full, but told us to come anyway. He said he would find a spot. And he did. He led us into a nice long pull thru with full service. They genuinely care about their customers here. Electricity 30 amps worked well the whole time. WiFi connection was good most of the time. Just a couple of times it slowed down a bit I'm sure, because so many people were on. But we never lost connectivity. Our spot was shaded, but enough open space that our satellite receiver worked well. It is 13 kilometers from Kenora, which has Walmart and plenty of other businesses. The park is in a nice setting and traffic noise from the Highway is not a problem. We enjoyed our stay here.

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This is a good little overnight park going to or from Alaska. Level, long pull thru's, fairly close, and only water and electric available. Sewer is installed, but not yet operational. Even though you are next to the highway, there is basically little traffic after 9 p.m. The convenience store at the gas station has a good selection, and the little grocery next to it has a good stock, including yummy fresh baked goods every day.

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The park was very nice. It is newer, and very well cared for. Staff was friendly and very helpful. The only downside was the WiFi was non-existent for the three days we were there. The excuses were typical of most parks: 1. We've been having problems with it, and someone is coming to look at it tomorrow. 2. I just work here, and don't have the code to reset it. 3. Try it again in an hour or so. It might be up by then. (Of course, it never was.) It never did work. I don't think most parks with poor WiFi realize how much future business they lose by advertising it, and then not telling you it's not working until you inquire if it's working or not, after you're set up. My wife and I keep a list of parks with good WiFi, and it is not very long. Those are the parks that get our repeat business. Although Diamond Grove is a very nice campground, we will not be back because of the poor to non-existent WiFi. When on the road, it's how we RV'rs keep in contact with friends, family, business, and finance.