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Review Count: 5
States Visited: 4
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Hi Country RV Park, Whitehorse, Yukon

Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $35.00
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This park has many trees providing shade but restricting parking. Our slides were about a foot away from a tree on each side. Still, once you get fitted into a space, it is a very pleasant place to stay. Despite being listed as a 50 Amp. park, they only have 30 Amp. All facilities are very clean. WiFi worked very well but they block gaming and movie steaming sites. The WiFi is only available between the hours of 7:30 AM and 10 PM. We camped at Hi Country RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 5
States Visited: 4
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Montana Creek Campground, Willow, Alaska

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $45.00
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Nice folks at the desk but not well informed. They claimed they had "standard" electricity but didn't know if it was 30 or 50 Amp. The one night fee of $45 seems out of range when you consider there was no WiFi at the site, no water at the site, no sewer or dump site at all and no cell service. The check-in parking location was on a dead-end so everyone who checked in, had to back out. Some one-way interior roads sent you the wrong way for the angled back-ins. When asked about it, we were told to drive front-in into the back-in site. When asked how we would get the tow vehicle out, we got a shrug. Interior roads have large river rock: the kind that get stuck between dually tires. Electric pedestals were oddly located with some correctly placed at the back left side of a back-in, while others were placed at the street end of a back-in and on the right side so the cable had to be routed under the camper and the camper had to be parked at the street end of the site resulting in no tow vehicle parking space. It should be noted that while the campground is situated adjacent to Montana Creek of the Susitna River, about half the park is below flood stage and protected by a rock berm. We camped at Montana Creek Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

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States Visited: 4
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Lakeside RV and Campground, Provo, Utah

Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $29.00
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This was an attractive park with grass and trees. But even with the trees, there were sites that were satellite friendly. The dog loved the grass and river walk but the river side sites were plagued by mosquitoes. When walking in the evening, we avoided the river. The park is mostly inhabited by permanents but it appeared that the management located the overnights in their own section. The sites were situated back to back resulting in very close proximity street side and a large shared front yard curb side. WiFi worked well and was free but no cable TV and off-air signals were weak and snowy. Staff were very helpful with finding a satellite friendly site and with sightseeing suggestions. We camped at Lakeside RV and Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 5
States Visited: 4
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Gold Ranch Casino & RV Resort (formerly Terrible's Gold Ranch Casino), Verdi, Nevada

Date of Stay: May, 2007 - $28.00
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The first thing I noticed about this park were the stunning views of the mountains. Sites were wide, paved and level. Every site had grass area and gravel area. Very clean, well maintained, excellent staff. There was plenty of grass to walk the dog. The park is associated with the adjacent Terribles Casino, Fuel and Restaurant within walking distance. This parks unique feature was emergency poles located at the end of each row. These poles light to help emergency personnel find you quickly. Only the pool/spa appeared to need more cleaning attention. We camped at Gold Ranch Casino & RV Resort (formerly Terrible's Gold Ranch Casino) in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 5
States Visited: 4
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Sparks Marina RV Park, Sparks, Nevada

Date of Stay: May, 2007 - $42.00
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On first blush this park looks great. Paved, faux grass with full edging for a very sharp appearance. Everything is excellently maintained to pristine, almost sterile cleanliness for an expensive $42. The faux grass presents some additional rules. No dogs on the grass and no grilling. They provide a grill on the second floor of the office building - not the same thing. We needed to extend our stay from three days to one week but they wouldn't grant us the weekly rate because we didn't ask for it on our first day. No retroactive rate adjustments. We had our dog leashed just outside our open door while we watched from just inside that door. That prompted a phone call from the manager admonishing us for not watching our dog closely enough. They didn't care that we were in sight and only five feet away. We moved to Gold Ranch RV Resort just on the other side of Reno in Verdi and were much happier for $28 without loss of amenities. We camped at Sparks Marina RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

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