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Booked for a week then extended another 3 nights because of family needs in LV. We were in the no-pet area. Had no grass. Our site was very tight to get into for a 45' motorhome because of a fire hydrant on the right entrance corner of the site and a tree on the left back of the site and no space to swing. I am sure they would have given us another site if that was a problem, but I got in with some maneuvering. The hot tub and pool were clean and nice. Lots of folks using them, but that is what they are there for! The putting course was horrible. Not worth using. The work out facility was marginal at best. The TV is ancient. The remote would not work. The equipment is minimal. Two treadmills. Only one worked. The rest of the equipment was okay. Not too inviting, but better than nothing. Most front desk people we encountered were very helpful. One was not so much. Just going through the motions. Insisted I walk outside and get the license # of my toad. I was tired from driving, but she had to have it immediately to process us. When needing help, just went to the ones that we knew would be helpful. The restaurant had great service. Breakfast food was okay, nothing great. Watch out for the person trying to entice you into buying a travel package. Was warned by a guest in the hot tub. When in the lobby, we were approached to "spin the wheel" and win free nights at the RV park. Politely said no thank you and she gave up on us. This is a very convenient RV Park, literally right off the freeway off ramp. A few minutes to the strip. Close to grocery stores and outlet mall. Good and very friendly security staff. Not noisy, except for a bit of freeway noise, but not an issue.

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Very nice park. Spacious sites. Easy pull throughs. Internet was adequate. The pool and hot tub were very nice. Clean and large. The grounds are very well maintained. Great stop over when heading up or down I-5. One of the nicest parks for spending a night or more.

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This is a decent spacious RV park that is very convenient to the Bay Area. The sites are grass. Since we had a 45' motorhome they gave us a double long site with plenty of room. It isn't a place to vacation, but a great place to stay a few nights while attending fairground events or just visiting friends or the area. The internet worked well, the office staff was friendly and efficient. We would certainly stay here again when traveling through Northern Cal.

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Wonderful park. Nice size pull through sites. The lead you to your site and help you get parked. Great indoor pool and spa. Hookups are very convenient. Internet did not work well. Some trees are getting too big which rubbed our coach when we pulled into our site. The office was very responsive and sent someone to trim right away, but all the trees need trimming. A very nice park, with friendly helpful office staff and field staff. One of the nicest places to stay on the way south or north in southern OR.

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This is a heavily treed park with mostly permanent residents. The sites for overnighters are large. They are electric-only hookups (30 amp) which were located against the back wall, so you have to back up all the way to the rear of the site unless you carry and extension. No water hook up at the site. There are spigots located near the front of the site, which you could use to fill up your tank. Why they did not make the newer sites like a normal RV site putting power pedestal and water next to the site, I do not understand. The owner/manager was very friendly and accommodating. The Wi-Fi was good. This is a good RV park for a one night stopover.

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Nice provincial park 1.5 miles from the city center of Banff. Large sites in a wooded setting. Animals saunter through the park on a regular basis. The restrooms are okay. Usually flooded in the morning, but usable. Nice to have power, water, and sewer. A nice park in a great area.

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This is a great place to stop for the night on the way through Salmon Arm (off season). The place has been upgraded to high standards. Sites are spacious and well groomed. The owner is there to assist you in any way she can. The restrooms and showers are perfectly clean. Each site has its own garbage can and recycle bin. The power was good as was the Internet. We even managed to get the satellite to lock on between the trees. Small park, only 13 sites, so during the busy time of year, reservations are a must.

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Although there are virtually no other choices near Vancouver, this park has some very bad features. As many said, the sites are tight and they are all right angles to the street so very tough to get into with a large motorhome or fiver. The sites are narrow enough and they plant and let grow wide rows of cedar/ficus type hedges. They could trim them narrower and not let them grow so far to the front of the space. Privacy is nice, but it is so tight you scrape them when parking and leaving and there is no room to sit outside your coach. The power is 30 amp, but not really. We tripped the breaker many times at around 20 amps. So had to be very careful what we had on together. I tried a different receptacle and same problem. Neighbors said same. We finally just ran our generator to use the micro wave to fix dinner. The Wi-Fi is a joke. Barely can log on and when you do, they say you get 4 hours free. That is 1/2 hour every 2 hours or 2 hours every 8 hours. If you want it continual, you pay $5 more. They charge $3 per day for cable. No room for a tow vehicle or towed. Have to park it in a lot nearby. The office staff was efficient, helpful and friendly. I understand the high price, due to location, but the amenities are poor and it is not worth it.

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Adequate for an overnight or two. The sites are very long and fairly level, but all gravel. There is a concrete pad with a table at nearly each site. The office staff was very nice. No amenities. Just a pick flat gravel lot with decent power, water and sewer. Cable worked very well. One nice feature was many sewer holes in a row next to your site, so you never need a long sewer hose. The best thing about this park was the restaurant up the street called Mesa Italian Restaurant. Excellent food and service at a good price.

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This is a really nice park for what it is. The pads are all paved and the rest of the sites are gravel. Some grass in the back of the sites, but pets not allowed so the grass can recover. Very reasonable. Management is very helpful. Takes you to your site and backs you in. The power and cable is along the back wall on the row we were at. My power cord did not reach and they loaned an extension. It is very pet friendly. They are connected to a mobile home park and in the back is a large off leash park for dogs. Lots of room to walk. Internet is very good, better than most parks, which is a nice amenity. Not much else in amenities, but a nice place to stay when visiting Santa Fe area. The price was $50 when the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta was on. Supply and Demand allows them to do that, so no blame there!

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This is a decent park for a few nights stay near Taos. It is only a couple of miles out of town. It is all gravel with a bit of wild grass. The sites are very large and some desert type plants dividing sites. The office is very nice and helpful. The reason for the 6 rating is that it is all gravel, there are no amenities other than a small store in the office, and the Internet is very outdated and slow. We were right next to the antenna and had a full strength signal, but the Internet was so slow you have long waits for a site to come up. We had no connection when we got there and the office called the provider to help. He mentioned that the equipment is very old. Anyway, this is a minor inconvenience. The park is just fine for a few days around Taos, just nothing fancy.

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Large pads with space to park extra car / towed. Grass between sites. Lots of room to walk your pet, with designated areas with bags. Kids play area. Each site has a nice table. Quite a few monthly stayers but all have nice rigs. They have a 10 year old RV age limit, although there were a few older that were nicely maintained. The only negative to this park is the Wi-Fi. They have a lot of connections available, but the are all just slow. Too bad, because, for the money they have obviously spent on this feature, it is not up to par, especially for a place that charges what they do to stay. It is the best in the Salt Lake City area, only 7 miles north of downtown.

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Very spacious sites. Each site is about 50' wide. Nice paved pad and the rest grass. Site was plenty long to be able to pull in a 45' motorhome and toad attached. Did not have to unhook. Easy access from the freeway and close to Wal Mart for shopping needs. Wi-Fi worked very well. Hosts were very friendly. They bring you to your site. Definitely would stay again on our trips through Idaho.

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Nice woodsy park between Seattle and Tacoma. We were in a 45' motorhome and except for one tight turn because of a parked camper sticking out, I was able to navigate thru the park and to the campsite with care, but no problem. The showers do not work (was told by camp host). The place is a bit overgrown. I had to trim a tree as not to scrape going into my site. Site 1 - 4 are best for big rigs. Easy to back in to and easy to pull out. No hookups (as advertised) and a good price. The beach is great. A nice paved path along the waterfront is nice. A good restaurant called Wally's Chowder House a couple of miles away was wonderful. The park is great for camping. Just not very well maintained with the lack of budget in the WA State Park System.

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An Okay park for overnight or a couple of nights. Spaces are adequate to completely extend the slides and to put out the main awning. Wi-Fiwas marginal. Free for 24 hours but the connection was weak where we stayed. Big rig accessible, no problem there. 1/2 the park is paved. The other is mostly gravel and a lot of dirt. Happens to be a perfect distance to stop overnight between Reno and Palm Springs so we will continue to stay here on our way up and down.