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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.

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I wish I had read all the other reviews first, because there are all TRUE, what a dump. lots of trash in park, never did find the sewer, hard negotiating roads with a 40 footer. The sad thing is that you can see that at one time, maybe a decade ago, this was a nice park. They have the multiplex power posts ( had to kill the wasps in mine), Pool was clean but did not use it, the sites had at one time been delineated by wood edging and gravel, now hard to see, but still there. Apparently they used this as a music venue as there was a stage at one end of the park. We stayed her in a 40 ft MH, will not return, this park needs to be removed from PPA.

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Typical Thousand Trails park with no sewer, but does have a honey wagon. 50 amp for $5 upgrade. Nice size sites but not really level. Lots of permanents here and surprised to see this in a TT park, Guess that"s what happens when Encore buys them. Entry way had large pot holes and bridge across creek needed repairs. The 2nd day here the entry road got nice new asphalt and the bridge got new decking. AT&T worked fine. We were at the back of park and saw deer in the field next door several times. We would stay here again. Someone posted no amenities. Look again please. There is a pool, horseshoes, shuffleboard, and pool tables,

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Average parking lot type park. Good power, water pressure. Minimal AT&T signal, but did not need this for data, as the park has some of the best Wi-Fi I have experienced. Blazing fast. Only has back-in sites in the part I was in. The park is split into 2 separate parks, 1 &2, each on a different side of Atascadero Rd. I was in park 1. Friendly management. We would return.

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LOTS of full time residents. Streets are so tight that I was told to back our 40' motorhome out of my pull-through and go out a one way street the wrong way. Good AT&T signal, good water pressure, good power. Lots of dogs and cats running around off leash. Lots of police presence while I was there. The manager could not have been nicer to deal with.

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interesting little park in Newberry Springs off I-40. The manager The manager is quite friendly and directed us to our spot alongside the blue/green lake in the center of the park. I guess it gets the color from the mineral content. 50 amp service was OK, did not use water or sewer as both were way at the back of the site. AT&T worked fine.

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Rate is PPA rate. We have stayed here several times when traversing I-10. It is a big park with lots of pull thrus for 1 nighters, good 50 amp, did not hookup to water or sewer. AT&T worked good. Sites are long and many 20 feet wide. As I said, we have stayed here several times and will continue to do so.

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The rate is PPA rate. Any place that serves free homemade waffles and coffee at breakfast gets at least an 8 in my book. The sites were good length, good 50 amp power, but did not hookup to water or sewer. AT&T worked good. This is one of our favorite parks when we are going from east to west or vice versa. Away from I-10 so limited noise. We would stay again.