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This park is closed permanently.

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Very nice park for an overnight or extended stay. Staff was friendly and helpful and escorted us to our site. WiFi was strong, but slow at times. Sites are level and the utilities are in easy reach. We would stay here again. The free cookies were a nice touch.

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The rate is for Passport America. Lots of trees so no satellite reception in most sites. Roads are narrow and the sites are not real level, but still usable. The staff were friendly, but left us to get to our site ourselves but the map was clear. We had 30A and water only, but the power was stable.

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$15 is the current Passport America rate. It is possible to get here without taking the toll road, but you drive through Chickasha when coming from the south. The staff was very friendly and helpful and had the current weather forecast as this is tornado alley, and we were surrounded by bad weather. Most of the sites are back in and are narrow gravel with grass between. The electric was excellent as was the free WiFi which stayed up even through the thunderstorms that went through. With no trees, the entire park is satellite friendly. We would stay here again.

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The rate we paid was for Passport America. Sites are gravel and level with grass between. The Wi-Fi was slow at times, but reliable. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. This is a gem of a campground and we'll certainly stay here again. If there were picnic tables at the sites, I would give it a 10.

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This park is right off of I-10 but we didn't get a lot of traffic noise. Sites are level and gravel with a picnic table. There are some long term residents but the park is relatively neat and clean. All sites are satellite friendly, but no Wi-Fi internet. Our rate is the Passport America rate for one of the six 50A pull through sites. 30A sites are $1.50 less. PA is available with no restrictions.

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We have stayed at the park many times over the years and it's still one of the nicest campgrounds in the Tucson area. Sites are level, gravel, with concrete patios and nearly new picnic tables. The park Wi-Fi was being repaired when we arrived, but it was up and running before we left and it worked well. There is a large clubhouse with lots of activities during the season. Since it's on the Indian reservation, there are no taxes. Our rate is the Passport America rate, they recently joined the program. We won't stay anywhere else when in Tucson.

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Sites were fairly level, but only a few were open for satellite. Interior roads are a bit narrow but navigable by a big rig.

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The park is clean with paved roads and level sites. Nearly all are open for satellite. The staff were friendly and very helpful with local information. There is propane available. We would stay here again.

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Paved roads and level sites. Many are circular pull throughs. Several sites are open for satellite. The WiFi didn't work the two days we were there. We would stay here again.

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This is one of the nicest campgrounds we've stayed in for some time. The roads are paved, sites are concrete and level, with grass in between. The Wi-Fi Internet was excellent. The sites are very open for satellite. The only thing missing was a picnic table or I would give it a 10. We would stay here any time we're in the area.

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This campground is ok for an overnight stop. Not all sites have 50A, some are 30A only but are marked as such. Sites are nearly level, and just long enough for a 40' motorhome and towed. Roads and sites are gravel. Casino is up a hill. No office, just a camp host that hasn't showed up yet to collect the rent.

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The previous descriptions are accurate. They do offer free Wi-Fi, but only at the clubhouse. Each site does have an Ethernet connection for internet, rather unusual. Because the sites are tight, the host will help you park. We used this park as a base for exploring Olympic NP, but it's a long drive to the far NW parts of the park. We would stay here again.

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This is a very nice park. Although the sites are a bit short, there was room to park our towed behind our motorhome in the paved, level, pull through site. The Wi-Fi is excellent and fast. The laundry is clean and inexpensive. Most sites are satellite friendly. The most noise is from the highway if you're in the northern part of the park. I wouldn't recommend taking a large RV across the Hood River Bridge. It's not only very narrow, but there is bridge construction being done this summer. There is also large truck traffic and if you meet one of those, you will have a clearance problem. Cross at The Dalles to the East or the Bridge of the Gods to the west to get into OR. This is a good location to visit the various waterfalls along old US 30 on the south side of the river. Mount Hood is an easy day trip. We would stay here again.

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As others have reported, the park is mostly gravel and the sites are close together. The 50A power was a problem as one leg was 125V and the other 104V with one air conditioner running. We had to bypass our power protector to keep it from shutting off the power. It is convenient for visiting the Coulee dam and surrounding area. OK for a short stay but we can't recommend it for longer visits.