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It is a lovely park. Very clean. Sites very spacious which I love. It's nice they give you space so you aren't eating with your neighbors sewer line. The gals in the office are extremely nice. The sites are paved. They have daily trash pick up at the site. Nice area next to site to park a tow vehicle. The only con was we paid for a premium site which was also to be a no kid zone. There were kids skate boarding and biking up and down the street. I didn't mind paying for the premium no kid zone as I like not having screaming kids near me, I just wish there would be a sign keeping them out. Also, come prepared for no satellite as many sites do not have ability to use satellite due to many trees.

     

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Absaroka Bay RV Park

Cody, Wyoming

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This is essentially a paved parking lot with a very small patch of grass between the tightly cramped RVS. If you have dogs and you wish to walk them, forget it! There is about 100 yds of a small strip of grass for dogs. That's it! The RVs are packed in like sardines. It would behoove the park to relinquish a few sites in each row and give campers a little more breathing room. WiFi doesn't work so bring a hot spot. We used DirecTV so no issues for us with satellite. However, when we pulled in the man next to us had his satellite dish on the picnic table and our RV blocked his connection. That tells you just how close the sites are. The park otherwise is clean. No junky live-in residents which is a nice plus. It's fine for a 1 or 2 night stay. Close to stores. Walking distance to Albertsons. The sites are gravel but the streets are paved, which is nice.

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This is a very costly park if not a member. We were given one if the newer sites in the front. They have a concrete pad, picnic table, hookups and nothing else. It rained and we found ourselves in the midst of a mud flow. Every site had mud flowing into it. Take a site in the back where they have grass. Otherwise there are no trees, shrubs, grass or otherwise in the front. Plus you get the road noise. It's a nice place but expensive for what you get.

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I would rate this park higher but I do not like RV resorts that place big rocks around the RV pad. I have weak knees and felt like I was going to fall everytime I tried to walk in or out of our coach. Also, as serene a setting that the park is in along the Sacramento river....it is interrupted by the constamt noise of a nearby major construction zone which is very annoying. Otherwise, park is clean...staff very pleasant. They really ought to get rid of the rocks before someone falls and is injured. Lot spacing is spacious. Site surface is a concrete pad and gravel and features a picnic table.

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We have now stayed at Ambassador twice during our travels. The sites are big rig friendly. They are gravel sites with a concrete patio and picnic table. The park is clean and well maintained. Trash is picked up daily at your site. The sites are fairly well spaced apart. I have stayed at better spaced parks but Ambassador certainly isn't the worst regarding space between sites. They have a clean rec room, game room and library. For the furbabies there is a nice grassy fenced in park. Wish it were larger but the dogs seem to like it. Ambassador is conveniently located to Caldwell, Nampa, and Boise with plenty of stores, restaurants and shopping. WiFi worked great. For big rigs the roads are paved and very wide for easy access and departure.

     

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Ambassador RV Resort

Caldwell, Idaho

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We have now stayed at Ambassador twice during our travels. The sites are big rig friendly. They are gravel sites with a concrete patio and picnic table. The park is clean and well maintained. Trash is picked up daily at your site. The sites are fairly well spaced apart. I have stayed at better spaced parks but Ambassador certainly isn't the worst regarding space between sites. They have a clean rec room, game room and library. For the furbabies there is a nice grassy fenced in park. Wish it were larger but the dogs seem to like it. Ambassador is conveniently located to Caldwell, Nampa, and Boise with plenty of stores, restaurants and shopping. WiFi worked great. For big rigs the roads are paved and very wide for easy access and departure.

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I think it is KOAs like this that give the decent ones a bad name. Granted, it was November when we visited so there were lots of muddy pot holes trying to get into the place. This place and the exterior of all buildings are very run down. We had a patio site which was not worth the extra money. Had it been a busy season there would have been another RV parked directly next to us as the sites are referred to as shared sites. Basically 2 to a site divided by a strip of wood beams. This is a very tired and very worn park directly on Hwy 93. Long term residents in the back. Park appears to be surrounded by lots of construction machinery and debris. Also cow pastures nearby enough that you get the whiff all day.

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This park is on the Rogue River. The owners are very nice and try to be accommodating to their guest. There are many people who live in the park. For a big rig it is quite a long and very windy road to get to park. The sites are not paved but have a small concrete patio and picnic table. Jerry's mail boat rides will pick you up at the campgrounds dock. We stayed for 4 nights. Everyone was pleasant. Mostly older couples which we loved to see as no noisy kids.

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First off, if you do not have reservations, it is extremely difficult to get into this park. The sites are very close together. Gravel and dirt. The sites facing the water are nice, looking out at a large oil refinery, but difficult to get unless you book one year in advance. If by chance, you can get in without a reservation and that is a big "IF", and wish to stay, they will try and accommodate you but will make you move from site to site as they do not have a good reservation system in place. You move even for one night and then move again. There is a nice bike trail located mid center in RV park that travels into the downtown area of Anacortes. Outside of location to Anacortes/Deception Pass it is not a 5 star park. No shade or pavement. Like a gravel parking lot with an old wood picnic table.

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This is a new RV park. The staff are very friendly. This park has paved streets with concrete pad and area where picnic table is. It is clean but very much a parking lot feeling with sites close together. There are no scenic views. Plopped in a suburb and surrounded by a fence. Good for a layover for a night or two. Not for vacationing or long stays. Con: several people had their dogs off leash. I think if management knew they would have asked owners to obey the leash rules. There is a small grassy fenced dog park. Nicely done. A pool and small playground for kids.

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We originally came for a 2 night stay and remained for 16 nights. That in itself will tell you how much we lived this resort. The owners and his wife are two of the nicest people you ever want to meet. They go above and beyond to make their customers feel like family. We were in site 181 and it was gorgeous. Stamped concrete. ..lovely lawn furniture, great views of Flathead Lake, mountains and hillsides. I could have stayed forever. Two small dog parks to allow your dogs off leash. But plenty of other places to walk them on leash. Would return here in a heartbeat!!!! It is heaven.

     

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Ennis RV Village

Ennis, Montana

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This park might be good for a night or two. The sites are all big. Major problem the sites are all that big gravel. Often makes it difficult to walk on when exiting your RV. Had to be careful not to sprain ankle. The WiFi is pretty much non-existent so don't plan on using your computer. We gave direct TV so we had television. My husband likes Ennis, all of one block long and that is why we came here. I personally would not return. They truly roll up the streets at 6 pm. The people at the RV village are very nice. No complaints there. But you pretty much are parked out in a gravel pasture. The sites on the periphery of the park will handle a 45 foot without difficulty. Also the hook ups are placed in an odd location. They are located closer to the front of site.

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Very nice RVResort. Staff very friendly and accomodating. The sprinklers had gone off and soaked one side of our coach. I complained and they sent a staff to dry off entire side of rig. They have large concrete pads...paved roads. Nice grassy enclosed dog park. Park is conveniently located near Heber City and Midway. I really likes this park and would recommend this place to anyone coming through. My AT&T service worked good. The WiFi service was a little slow...but sufficed. I applaud the staff for their excellent customer service and making guest feel very welcomed.

     

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Mountain Valley RV Resort

Heber City, Utah

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Very nice RVResort. Staff very friendly and accomodating. The sprinklers had gone off and soaked one side of our coach. I complained and they sent a staff to dry off entire side of rig. They have large concrete pads...paved roads. Nice grassy enclosed dog park. Park is conveniently located near Heber City and Midway. I really likes this park and would recommend this place to anyone coming through. My AT&T service worked good. The WiFi service was a little slow...but sufficed. I applaud the staff for their excellent customer service and making guest feel very welcomed.

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Beautiful park nestled in and amongst the beautiful rocks. Streets are paved, campsites are not. If it rains site can get muddy. Staff very friendly and accommodating to guests. Love the beauty of the area. Need at least 2 days to see it all. Would definitely return. Wish our stay could have been longer. We were in 45 ft RV and our site accommodated us just fine.