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Sites are all cement and level. Beautifully landscaped. The sites are a little too close together with the neighbors sewer hose connection too close to the patio area. Otherwise excellent place to stay.

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Stayed for one night and only used the electrical which was good. I have to ditto the other raters regarding cleanliness of the park. An issue for overnighters is length of the site which, most cases, won't allow you to remain hooked up. The park was at capacity and I believe many are long term and/or permanent residents. People leaving for work in the morning makes it difficult to sleep as does the trains which are apparently near the park, and of course, run when everyone is trying to sleep. Everyone I met were very friendly. One positive was WIFI which was very good except during the evening when everyone in the park is online. One thing that you should be aware of is getting to the park off of I-84. Your GPS will probably tell you to use exit 18 which is no doubt the shortest route but you have to cross an old bridge across the Sandy River taking you to the park entrance. The right turn onto the bridge is sharp and somewhat blind as to traffic approaching from the opposite direction on the bridge. Also the width of most RV's requires you to use the entire width of the bridge. Use either Exit 17 or Exit 16 which makes the route easy. You'll go thru the little town of Troutdale which is very nice. Be sure and keep an eye out for the entrance to the park because if you miss it you will end up going over the aforementioned old bridge.

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Beautiful park and well maintained. Pricey. Close to Sisters and about 20 miles to Bend for additional shopping. Scenic drives available in the nearby mountains.

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Easy to get to but not freeway close. Probably a better choice for long term rather than overnight.

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Easy access from I-5 with easy access into the park.

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Very nice park with restaurant, swimming pool, etc.

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Easy access from I-40 but if you use a GPS it tells you to turn right just before you enter the park. DON'T, as I have no idea where the road takes you, just continue straight into the parking lot. The sites are basically gravel/dirt with some of them long enough to accommodate big rigs without unhooking. Good electric. Just an overnight stay for us but would use this park again if needed.

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Very nice, new park with easy access to I-15. The sites are dirt/gravel but level and long enough to keep a tow attached. All utilities are good. One thing to be aware of is the address listed for the park. It gives an address on Old Mill Rd which is on the south side of the park with no access. The correct entry once you leave the interstate is south on Sandhill and then a left onto Hillside which will take you to the entrance to the park.

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This an older RV park with easy access from I-15. The interior roads are good and the individual sites are dirt/gravel but level. Some pull-throughs are 100' long. There is some shaded sites but probably as many unshaded making satellite reception good. The electrical voltage is very good. The owners have been there about a year and are very friendly and helpful. The park is clean and well maintained. We stayed at the park in 2008 and the price was cheaper but only 30 amp, now 50 amp is available. We would definitely stay here again. Because the ownership is relatively new they have not yet advertised in some RV camping books.

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The RV park is located behind the casino and is easy access to the interstate. Good asphalt interior roads and the individual sites are asphalt and level but just wide enough for an RV. There is grass between sites. Good electrical and water pressure. Although the sites are pull-through, most are not long enough to keep your tow hooked up. Also if you are on the "A" row there is a very tight turn when exiting. It is suggested to try and get a site in the "C" row, some of which appear longer and easier to make the mentioned turn when exiting. All said it is an okay park for a night or two and we would stay here again while traveling through.

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The park is convenient to I-90 and is easy to navigate on asphalt roadways in good repair. The individual sites are dirt/gravel which are level. I did not use the water but the electrical is good. Wi-Fi is good. I didn't hook up to the sewer but like many parks the sewer is at the end of the site and would require a 30' hose to connect. Otherwise a good park for a stopover for a night or two.

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Although pricey this is a park that justifies the added expense. Beautiful setting. We occupied a pull in overlooking the lake although any site in the park would be a good experience. Everything worked great, including the Wi-Fi. The park is located about 4 miles from Sisters. We would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to everyone.

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This your typical KOA basically an old park which is overpriced with not much in the way of frills. We have a 43' motor home and didn't have any difficulty maneuvering inside the park although the space provided was not really level. The electrical was good as was the Wi-Fi. There is not much to choose from in Klamath Falls so in a pinch we would stay here again.

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This park is immediately adjacent to Hwy 395 with easy access. Since it is next to a busy highway there is considerable noise. Also there are train tracks nearby and the trains run frequently day and night. From appearances the park is occupied by long term or permanent residents several with small children. They say there is WIFI but we were never able to connect. The electrical and water pressure was good and the site is level gravel with interior roads of asphalt in good repair. I doubt if we would stay here again with the better option staying a few miles away in the Tri City area.

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I have absolutely no idea how this park got the rating it did from Trailer Life. Anyway the park is older but has level gravel sites with grass between the sites. The big drawback is the narrow sites and with slides extended it can make it real cozy with your neighbor. Lots of trees which makes it hit or miss on satellite reception. The WIFI does work okay, and the electrical is adequate. This would definitely be a last resort park for us should we ever stay in Corning again.