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This beautiful RV resort has all private lots and many are rented out to people like us. There are 2 large and well maintained clubhouses and 2 more satellite clubhouses. There is a indoor pool with a large spa and co-ed sauna. There is an Olympic size lap pool with a total of 6 pools, 5 spas and 3 saunas. There are lighted tennis courts and a indoor shuffleboard pavilion. There is a ballroom, dance floor, stage and large kitchen. There is a fully equipped fitness center and dance studio; library,billiards room and horseshoe pits. There are several laundries, card and hobby rooms, a putting green, and a gas barbecue picnic area. This is an over-55 resort for owners and renters. They offer many activities and social gatherings. Our fee was for one month from a private lot owner with access to a storage shed with a table and chairs. You are close to Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and Thousand Palms. We attend the tennis tournament at Indian Wells which is only 20 minutes away. This is a great place to stay in the warm California desert and a beautiful and friendly atmosphere.

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We stayed here for over a week and it is a beautiful campground. Previous reviews list the amenities but this time of year you can get a full hook-up when only a few camp hosts are still working here. Full hook-ups were $25. Park City is a great place to visit and we biked on their trail system and took a tour of the Utah Olympic Center. Be aware that some sites are level but quite a few require leveling and this late in the season you can drive around until you find one that will work for your size RV. Scenic drives and hiking are close while you are visiting. This is one of the best state parks in Utah!

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This is a Camperworld Resort members only campground. This park is surrounded by forest service property and is a short distance to the Flaming Gorge Dam. There is a basketball court, sand volleyball court, a playground with a grassy area and games. There are many four-wheeler, mountain biking, hiking, fishing, and boating activities in the area at 7000'. The lady in the office is very friendly and informational about the area. Deer are often seen in the park area. Full hook-ups, pull throughs and back-ins with trees are available. We were able to get Direct TV and antenna channels. There are many scenic drives from this location and not very far from Wyoming and Colorado.

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This is a Camperworld RV park for members only near Bear Lake. Sites are well maintained and big enough for large rigs. Hookups are convenient and we got Direct TV at our site. A playground area for kids is a nice little park. A marina is only a few miles away if you are into boating, fishing or other lake activities. The little town of Garden City has nice little eating places and a small grocery store.Things to see in the area are: Pickleville Playhouse, horse back riding, Minnetonka Ice Cave, and the Oregon/California Trail Center, Four wheeler trails, golf courses and beach access.

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Our experience here was different than other reviews because in September we were the only RV here. We had some train noise but not after 10 PM, when it was very quiet. It is a close walk to one of two hot springs and not far from the large one. We were able to get DirecTV from our site. Yes, the hookups are old but 50 amps worked fine and we backed in on the grass site with no problem and it was very level. The normal fees here are $45 but during off season in September we paid $33. This time of year this is a decent location for the hot springs that are available.

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We stayed here at the end of March on our way to Spokane, WA. This well maintained KOA campground is very clean. We had a very long pull-thru site where the car didn't even have to be disconnected for our 35' motorhome. Staff members were friendly and accepted our Good Sam discount. Our site #18 had a rare design in that there were two sewer hookups available-one near the front and one near the back so that both fifth wheelers and motorhomes had easy access-you don't see that very often in campgrounds. We will stay here again when in the Boise area.

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We stayed here in October and there was only one other RV in the campground. This is a basic county expo park with full hook-ups and 50 amps. We did not see anyone when we got here to pay our fee to so we left a note at the nearest office door that we would be back in a few hours after visiting in Leavenworth 12 miles away. We stopped at another office door and someone did come out and said to just come in tomorrow morning and pay. They could update a info sign to help you know where to go. It was a nice quiet place to spend the night. Satellite TV worked well and so did Verizon internet.

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This state park is very nice. All the outside pull-thrus in the North campground loops have water and 50 amp electricity. A nice job has been done trimming almost all trees to prevent scratches. Loop 2 in the North campground was closed for some tree removal and all of the South campground was closed for the same reason. Access to boat launching and beaches for swimming in the summer were excellent. We would definitely stay here again.

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We stayed here in October and there were many sites available. Since we are Passport America customers we paid 50% off on regular rates (only allowed after Oct. 1st.) Our beach front site looking out into the bay normally costs $54 a night and we payed $27 and with no restrictions on length of stay. Sites are gravel but very level and large enough for any size RV and toad. A beautiful bike trail runs thru the park and goes all the way into Anacortes or across the bay to the other side. Cable TV is provided and satellite TV worked very well. Beautiful drives into Anacortes, Deception Pass, Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor and Coupville are not far away. The people in the office were very nice and helpful. On a clear day Mt. Baker is in view. We will definitely stay here again.

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We stayed here in late September so it wasn't real crowded. In the summer you probably would have other RV's very close to you. Loop G has more space between sites and we would stay in that section next time. Most sites are only 30 amps and electrical boxes are kind of old. In B Loop where we stayed sites could be improved with grading. It appears that quite a few people live here full time, but I don't know that for sure. The store, playground, and pools seem fine and there is a large park area for kids. This time of year it was very quiet and its location to go to Canada or to the Mt. Baker area is good. As Coast to Coast members, we would stay here again this time of year.

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We stayed at this campground because it was the only one open in this area. All the forest campgrounds were closed. It is a one hour drive from here to Artist Point in Mt. Baker National Park which was our destination for hiking. The day we arrived we were the only people here. Park office was only open on weekends. The sites were back-ins except for two unlevel pull-thrus. Our 35 foot motorhome had issues with narrow roads, and constant tree branches hitting our roof. Some sites were level but many were not. Water and electricity were fine. This campground is made more for camper pick-ups, tents, and smaller Class C and A motorhomes. In the summer the shade would be loved and in the fall night time comes early. The lake is a ways from the camping area but people with boats and fisherman would like it.

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This is a very nice RV park near Bellingham with good access to the area. Pull-through and back-in sites fit any size motorhome. Bushes line every site for privacy. They have a nice size heated pool with dressing rooms, showers and lavatories. Contrary to previous review, the restrooms were clean and operable. The grass area around the campground is well maintained and has a huge RV storage area. The lady at the office was very nice and answered any questions we had. The only thing you must realize is that road traffic is near here and can be heard but is not as bad as other places we have been. Access to I-5 is easy and not far away. Playground areas for those with kids is very nice and well maintained. We would definitely stay here again.

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We stayed in this beautiful National Park campground in September and there were only three other RV's. Campsites are excellent with long back-ins and pull-thru sites. The hiking trails by the Skagit River were very nice. Since we have our senior inter agency pass for national parks we pay 50% less for camping which was $6. The park visitor center is close by and we watched to excellent movies on the Cascades. From here you can drive your tow vehicle to Gorge Dam and falls, Diablo Lake and the Ross Lake overlook. Great mountain and glacier views. Right near our campsite was the River Loop trail and it was a beautiful walk near the river and in the woods. This is an excellent place to stay in the park.

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This is a beautiful campground with huge sites for either pull throughs or back ins. Distance between sites is large and there's great privacy. The full hook-ups and cable TV, and Wi-Fi are excellent. Satellite TV works well from the no tree sites. Access into Eugene and nearness to the McKenzie River is excellent. We will definitely stay here again.

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This is a very nice RV park with great access to the Redwood forests. Pull throughs are easy to access and give good privacy. This time of the year we only had 5 other RVs in the short term area. Their padded picnic table access was right next to the site and it was very quiet. Their cable TV access was very good and so was my satellite TV. We would definitely stay here again and only be 10 minutes from Crescent City and 5 minutes from Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.