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Rate is for a 50 amp full hookup pull-through site with an Escapees discount. Roads, sites, in fact the entire park is gravel. Sites are wide, electric and water pressure is excellent. No trees so good for satellites and has a strong Verizon signal. Free Wi-Fi was acceptable but not great. They have paved additional areas of the large parking area away from the RV park, and there was no truck noise overnight as trucks parked there. Holts has separate RV pumps for gas and diesel, a dump station and propane in addition to the RV park. With the discount, it is a great value and we would stay here again if in the area.

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Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull thru site. Roads and pads are gravel. Pads wide as well as quite long and have structures beside them, some with shade and some without (ours didn't). Power and water pressure were good. Excellent Verizon and satellite reception. Note that the office is closed on Sunday. If you arrive on Saturday night or Sunday, you have to boondock until the Monday. This is an excellent value for an Escapee Park and we would stay here again if in the area.

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Rate is for a FHU 30 amp pull thru site. Soaking in the hot springs was included in the price. Water pressure and power were on the low side. Not all the power pedestals work, but they are quick to point out which sites do work. This is a place you come to for the hot springs, not the RV spaces. The springs are great with three each separate private buildings and with different temperature. We would certainly stay here again if in the area because of the hot springs.

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Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull thru site with GS discount. If you were to remove the RV's, pedestals, and few scattered trees, this would be a large gravel field. The sites are very close together and you pull in the opposite direction as your neighbor, sharing the same pedestal. Power was on the low side, and water pressure could have been better, even though there were a number of empty sites. There are many permanent workers here and they park wherever they want and pay no attention to the speed limit. We would not stay here again if in the area. We saw a much nicer (and as it turned out, higher rated) park just to the east of this park when leaving, and would stay there next time.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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Rate is for a 50 amp full hookup pull-through site with a Good Sam discount. Roads and pads are gravel, our pad was dead level and others looked similar. The back-in sites are shorter and many are under tall trees. The pull-through sites are open for good satellite reception. Park has cable, picture was very clear. The free Wi-Fi signal was strong and dependable. Good power and the water was awesome. We usually drink bottled water but the water here was the best we have had in months. We stayed for two nights and would definitely stop here again if passing through the area.

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Rate is for a 50 amp full hookup pull-through site with a Good Sam discount. Front entrance is asphalt, rear of park is gravel roads and pads. Good power and water with pedestals in the middle of the site. There is a mix of back-in and pull-through sites with a grass area and table between sites. Excellent Verizon coverage, free park Wi-Fi was TengoInternet and while they have three antennas in the park, it was still spotty in quality. Some distance to the beaches and south of town, but a nice quiet place to stay. We would probably stay here again if in the area.

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Rate is for a 30 amp full hookup back-in site. Road and sites are asphalt, road is a little tight, most sites angle off the road, a few are perpendicular. Have good cable and are going to be installing Wi-Fi. Sites tend to be short but there is a large separate parking area for vehicles, boats, etc. A high bluff with trees is on the back (south) side so no satellite. Good Verizon coverage. This is one of two Windy Cove RV parks, it is on the one closer to town, and it only has a few reservable sites. The other Windy Cove Park - B - has mostly reservable sites. We would stay here again if in the area.

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Rate is for a water and 50 amp electric, pull-through site. When having work done at their shop next door, the stay is free. Have both back-in and pull-through sites with a dump station. The really nice thing is that for a repair facility they have grass between the sites and and all roads and pads are paved, and no trees for good satellite reception. Be prepared for road and train noise.

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Rate is for 50 amp, FHU pull-through site with PA half price discount. Pads and roads are gravel, with the pad having a side space at the rear to park your tow or toad. Longer term sites are at the rear of the park. The front has some road noise if you are outside, but wasn't noticeable inside. They have very clean facilities, including a meeting room for rally groups. As others have noted, the entrance is somewhat narrow and requires a wide swing. Speed limit is 5 mph in the park and there are gravel speed bumps. They have BYOB cookouts during the year and we enjoyed the Labor Day cookout which featured awesome pork ribs. This is a great park with excellent value for the money. We would definitely stay here again.

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Rate is for a 50 Amp FHU pull-thru site. Roads and pads either paved or gravel depending on the area of the park. Some pull-thru's are nose to tail double stacked, others are narrow sites with the utilities in an odd location. It is next to a Pilot Truck stop and depending where you are, the noise from the trucks idling at night can be very disconcerting. The owner assigned us a site that was satellite friendly, but the work camper that checked us in changed it to one he said we would have no problem getting a signal. He was wrong and we ended up moving to the site the owner had originally assigned. We also observed that one of the permanents appears to be a single woman who has two pit bulls and she can barely control them when she walks them.

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Rate is for 50 Amp FHU back-in site. Yes, there are flower baskets all over the park. Yes, the roads and pads are paved. Yes, the the facilities are very nice and there is a shuttle to the casino. Still, looking at the ratings of this park it seems to have a touch of the emperor has no clothes syndrome. At check-in we stood around for over ten minutes while the two people at the desk fielded phone calls instead of checking us, and one was even arguing with whoever was on the other end of the line, so much for fantastic service. Next the 50 amp plug at our site did not work. Then the electric to the area of the park we were in went out, not once, not twice, but three times while we were there. Top it off with two barking dogs across the street, and well, you get the picture. Not to say our experience was what everyone else has, but the claim of one of the best parks in the country, no way.

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Free stay at the coach care center when having work done. Sites are back-in with 50/30 amp and water. Sites are on a slope towards the front and may require boards under the front wheels to achieve level depending on the site. Restroom and waiting area inside service center is open during service hours, 7 to 5. No dump station. When paying our bill for service we were told we could stay in an open site if passing through the area in the future. We observed several RV's stopping overnight with no service during our stay.

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Rate is for a 50 amp FHU, back-in site. Roads and pads are concrete, several sites in the pull-through area are badly cracked, but the back-in sites are in good condition. If you come here thinking it is a resort you will be disappointed, but if you are looking for a an RV park in an area where there are many facilities to service, repair, or remodel your RV, this is an excellent place to stay, which was what we used it for. We would stay here again if in the area.

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Rate is for a 50 amp FHU, back-in site. Roads and pads are are concrete in excellent condition, and most sites are pull-through. Sites are not large, but there is enough room to extend your slides and awning. Grass between most sites, and ones not grass have gravel between them. Commenting on a recent review that called this park "a shabby old park," that person must have stayed at one of the two other parks in the area and erroneously posted their review to this park, as it is anything but what they said. Nice laundry and shower facilities, and the pool is indoors for year around use. In season you can pick wild blackberries along their entrance road. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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Rate is for a 50 amp full pull-thru site with Good Sam discount. Paved roads and gravel sites with a couple of trees for shade, but only if the sun is in the right place. Quite a few rules, but noted the "permanent" RVs didn't seem to pay much attention to them. Higher priced than others in the area and not sure it was worth it. We would likely try another park if visiting the area again.