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Read the preceding reviews, must have gotten lucky. The park was quiet, no dogs barking. The seasonals had a bonfire but were quiet. Did not check the showers or bathrooms. I was greeted politely by the lady at the counter, as a matter of fact she called me earlier the day to find out my arrival time and to advise me that there was a severe storm warning for 4:30. Sure enough I arrived at 4:30 and was in the middle of the storm. Sat in parking lot until it let up. Was given a shade site so no TV, decent 30 amp. Did not hook up to water as we are here for one night before moving on. AT&T had good signal.

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Small family business, very friendly staff, the rate reflects a weekly rate of $150 per week, the park is basically a well maintained lawned area with gravel pads, picnic table, fire pit, 30 amp, water and sewer. Wifi was STRONG and we were at the back end of the park. We stayed here in a 40 foot motorhome. The interior roads are gravel and well maintained and accommodated us quite easily. Great little undiscovered jewel.

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We have stayed here in the past. Of all the TT Parks that we have stayed in this one is by far the best. The tennis courts have been upgraded as has the pool and pool area. There is a new spa and volleyball area. The roads have been filled of potholes and the place in general is well maintained. The power (50 amp) is good and costs $3 per day extra. Good water pressure and there is sewer at most sites. No problem negotiating a 40 footer in this park. We will be back.

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Clean park on the Susquehanna River in Montgomery. Easy access. Good 50 amp, good water pressure. Pad was gravel, almost level. Did find several nails in the gravel near the hookups. The last time we visited here it was filled with oil field workers and rather noisy. BUT it settled down after 10 PM. The staff are VERY friendly. Because of our size, (40 footer 3 slides) we were placed near the entryway. This resulted in some traffic noise as well as the dump station being our best view. The park behind was was awesome. We stay here each time we come home to Loyalsock. Closest and best park.

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We stayed here in a 40 foot 3 slide motorhome. We are TT members hence the $1.00. The park is typical TT, 30 amp, water and some sites are sewer too. The interior roads are gravel, the sites are gravel too. The site we had was very un-level. ATT was good, water pressure and electric also good. The park staff, especially at check in could not have been more pleasant . We would stay here again.

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The current owners have only been here for 3 years. They were extremely friendly. It appears that they are really trying to improve the park, HOWEVER, the interior roads are gravel, the sites are gravel, but you don't know where the site ends and the grass begins. The sewer outlet was confusing, my site had 2, one covered by an old car trim and the other was covered in rocks. Water pressure was minimal. The 50 amp power was very good. The picnic table was almost unusable it was so rickety and needs painting. There was also a fire pit that we did not use. It appears that this park caters more to month by month then off the road and the price was really big for what you get. I did notice last year the price in the review was $25.. ?..

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We have been full timing for 14 years and have stayed in MANY RV parks, this park is among the best, friendly staff, grounds well maintained, good wifi, good water pressure, strong 50 amp. Interior roads are well maintained gravel as are parking pads, each site have picnic tables and fire pit. There is a small convenience store on the property. We stayed here in a 40 foot motorhome and would definitely return.

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power in park was very good, can't comment on water pressure did not hook up. AT&T very good, Wi-Fi free and good. Interior roads are gravel, sites are aggregate gravel and level. Park appeared well maintained. Like all oil field areas this park had quite a few permanent workers BUT it was clean and orderly. Lots of sites had trees, the pull-through did not, which was OK. We stayed here in a 40 footer with 3 slides. Last minute accommodation because of screw up on reservations at another local park, got us right in for the night. We would stay here again.

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Interior roads were narrow, bushes needed trimmed, signage looked very old. With that being said the staff were very friendly, Wi-Fi was free and very fast. Didn't hook up to water so can't comment on pressure. 50 amp power was very good. AT&T was a good signal. The spaces were large for pull-throughs. This was a good place to get off the road for a night or 2 we stayed here in a 40 footer with 3 slides and a towed.

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Wide interior streets, all asphalt. Friendly people. Big space. We had # 95, some street noise. We stayed here in a 40 footer 3 slide. Good water pressure, 50 amp. Good AT&T signal. Pad is gravel with a LARGE cement patio.

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Nice place, CLEAN, friendly staff, a small amount of road noise. Wi-Fi is good; AT&T good too. Water pressure is such you will need a regulator. Close to tri-cities area and all the wineries . We stayed in a 40-footer, in a pull-through. We would return. Price is Passport America.

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We stayed here in a 40 footer. Spots were a little tight and unlevel. No sewer in our section. The place was quiet. No satellite reception. AT&T was good. Park Wi-Fi was good too; cost $5 for 3 days. Cost reflects Coast to Coast rate.

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Clean, well maintained park. The sites were a little on the small side but that was made up for by the Columbia River being in your backyard. We did have Wi-Fi, but they need a repeater on the left end of the park, as it was slow and sometimes spotty. AT&T was good, good power, 50 amp, water pressure was good as well. We stayed here for 4 days and loved it. We'd come back.

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We stayed here as TT members and upgrade to 50 amps, hence the $5 fee. Our site was in the back, the roads were initially dusty going back in there then after the rain for 5 day routine they became muddy. No sewer on the premium sites, wow! They need to do so work on trimming trees. The guy who checked us in would have won the contest for most unfriendly gate personnel. The rest of the staff were very nice. TV via satellite is difficult, as is AT&T. It is a nice place to use as a jumping off place to see the central and south coast of Oregon. We stayed here in a 40 ft rig.

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Nice clean park in a beautiful valley. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Well maintained, interior roads are tight for a big rig as are the parking sites. Wi-Fi at back of park is nonexistent. Good electricity (50 amp) , good water pressure. AT&T OK. We stayed here in a 40 ft rig, and we would come back.