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Campground is all gravel and well maintained with young trees throughout the park. WiFi is strong. There is a pet area (not grass) but there is grass all around the outer edge of the park that is available to walk your pet. Staff is very friendly. Sites are wide and at least 50+ feet long. No problem leaving the tow hooked up in the site with a 37 ft RV. Train and I-80 noise was not a problem. Rate reflects KOA Value Kard discount.

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Great place to stop when in the area. Easy access, wide sites and lots of grass. Friendly staff. WalMart and restaurants within walking distance. Strong WiFi.

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If you want a nice pull thru with grass btwn sites and no trees for SAT reception then ask to stay in the new section called Escalante View. It is away from the main RV park, quite and great views. Sites are crushed rock, wide with easy access both in and out with a tow. No bathrooms or laundry, but you have access to the main RV park and Best Western Pool.

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Easy access from I-15. This is a mobile home park with RV spaces. Pull-thru sites are gravel and very wide. No problems with power or water pressure during 2 95 degree days. WiFi is advertised as new and improved. Our experience was that it was very difficult to get connected (4 different devices) and when you connect it was very slow.

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Great over night stop away from the strip. All sites gravel pull-thru. Full hookups,good power and water pressure. Low number sites are near the Shotgun Club house and 5 Stand. Shooting stops at 10pm. 2 Great Sporting Clay course.

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Access to the campground from the Hwy is down a 1 mile dirt road. Don’t let that stop you from using this great campground during your travels in Alaska. Owner lives on site and keeps the place in great shape. Most sites are back-in with some pull-through sites located along the road into the main park. All sites are in the trees, many with views of Tolsona Creek. Elect/water at the sites with a dump station if needed. WiFi worked well at our site. Wish would could have stayed longer.

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RV Park is outside of town in a beautiful location. Paved roads to the park, interior roads and site pads are gravel with grass between the sites. Most sites for short term are pull-through with lots of room. Close to Fred Meyer and Safeway, easy to find fuel. As mentioned there is no cable TV, but you can get over the air reception for local stations. This was a very nice Alaskan RV park with magnificent views of the mountains. Would definitely stay here again.

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Great overnight stop. Get there early because you want to have time to see the sights. This is a large property with fuel, gift shop, general store and café. Sites are all dirt with both pull-through and back-in sites. No water, no sewer and no dump. It is electric only so come prepared. Wi-Fi works only around the office. What makes this place fun is the town of Chicken right up the hill within walking distance. Downtown Chicken is made up of 3 buildings. A store, saloon, and café. Great gift store and good food at the café. You can tour a gold dredge and pan for gold at the creek right next to the park.

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Good overnight stop. Gravel roads and pull-through sites with full hook ups. Family owned with owners onsite. Wi-Fi was weak in the park. I had to sit in the office for good signal. Fuel and good restaurant close by. Dish network SAT worked from the park. We would stay here again

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This park sits at the end of the road into Hyder. The park is basically a dirt/gravel lot with pull-through sites and some back-ins in the trees. Sites are water/elect only and the nearest dump station is in Stewart B.C. When it rains, and it does a lot, the place is one big mud puddle. The road from the border through Hyder to the park was under repair and had the largest and most pot holes we have ever seen. It is the closest RV Park to the Bear viewing site. Would not stay here again.

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Very; nice family run RV park. Owners live onsite and take pride in their park which shows in the facilities and landscape. Easy access, gravel interior roads and sites. Pull-through and back in sites. Was able to use Dish network at the park. Will stay here again on our return trip from Alaska.

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Great RV Park. We only stayed overnight but plan to stay longer on our return trip from Alaska. Excellent location on Dragon Lake. Interior roads and RV sites are gravel and level. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked great, even our Dish satellite worked from our site. Facilities are very well maintained and you just can’t beat the views of the lake. Family owned, very friendly, and helpful. If you fish, this is the place to stay.

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Good overnight stop. Located just off the highway but noise was not a problem. Pull through sites are long but a little narrow. Sites and interior roads are gravel with room for big rigs. Two nice walking trails located on site to walk the dog. Owners are very friendly and helpful. No problems with Wi-Fi.

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Stayed here on the way to Canada. Easy access from I-5. Busy campground, lots of families with kids. Interior roads and sites are unpaved with gravel. Roads and sites are a little tight for a Big Rig. Wi-Fi and cable worked well during our stay. Not worth the price in my opinion. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.

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RV park is on the East side of HWY 101, look for the sign and don’t trust you GPS. This is a cash or check RV park – No CC. We loved this park and the surrounding area. The park has lots of trees with large back-in sites. The best sites for SAT reception are sites 2-7 in the front row. Nice laundry and restrooms. Dog friendly park and area with a nice dog park in Fort Bragg near the community center. Lots to see at the local state parks and beaches which are also dog friendly. We will definitely return.