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Highest rates we paid all trip and deffinetly not worth it. Sites are extremely narrow, sewer connections are up hill and the interior roads were a mess. The only saving factor for me, being a fishermen, was the short hike to the Snake river. Skip this campground and travel on down to Colter Bay.

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Only place to stay and visit West Yellowstone. The campground as all that you would need to enjoy your stay. The staff is friendly and the campground has level concrete pull throughs. We enjoyed it so much we extended our stay and would return.

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Great place to stay and visit the National Park. The sites are well separated level pull throughs among trees and bushes. The campground is well maintained and the staff is friendly. We stayed over the fourth and the campground owners put on a fireworks display and ice cream social. It was the best! We stayed here for 5 days which seemed like only 2. We would deffinently stay here again.

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This is not a big rig friendly campground. The sites are situated on a hillside with little room to maneuver. We have a 30' fifth wheel and we barely fit into our site not being able to even think about using our awning. The lake is nearby, so that is a plus, and the staff is very friendly. The location and grounds are very beautiful but for anything over 25' it's going to be a tight squeeze. We would not stay here again.

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Outstanding Park with ultra clean restrooms. The park has level pull-throughs and a beautiful pool. We stayed an extra night and could have stayed longer. Salem is close by and worthy of a day to explore.

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We're from California so we really cannot see the the campground location as deserving a 10. The beach is just ok compared to southland beachs. The sites are in the open and nothing special. It seems to be very popular with local folks but we left early for greener pastures.

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Campground is in the Redwoods but very close to the 101 highway. The interior roads were not maintained and were very muddy in spots. Be sure to stay in the front section of the campground as the traffic noise might bother some folks. The surrounding area is beautiful and warrants exploring.

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Very popular campground on California coast. The sites are situated on a bluff overlooking the Pacific with a short but steep hike to the sand. The sites are in pine trees and mostly level. The only draw back is the amount of use the park receives during the summer.

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Great place to stay and visit the wine country. Very clean campground with very nice pool. A new park so trees are small but sites are level.