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Phone service and almost non-existant...both Verizon and ATT. Okay park, nothing too exciting. Seems to be about golfing mostly. It is an easy stop of a night.

     

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Woahink Lake RV Resort

Florence, Oregon

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The only problem with this park is the phone service, ATT as nearly non-existent. Other than that this is an adorable park. There is lots of privacy in the sites and plenty of room for a tow vehicle. At the rear of the park is access to the Dunes, climb to the top and you have a 360 degree view including the ocean and Lake Woahink. The owners a quite friendly and accommodating.

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Again WIFI. Their wifi was okay, but the craziness is that you are only allowed 1 gig per day, once you have exceeded that you are kicked of until the next day. Other than wifi, it is an okay park. The turns can be a bit tight but other than that the roads are okay.

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I could mention this about every RV park we have stayed in - UPGRADE WIFI. It seems ridiculous that we have to fight slow/non-existent wifi in all of the parks. This park is wide open and has easy access to sites.

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This is a huge park with lots of amenities for families; petting zoo, pool, playground, etc. Most of the families seemed to let their kids run free (which us older folks did in our neighborhoods). This is all great if you have kids you don't wish to have to entertain, but if you are adults who just want a place to relax...THIS IS NOT IT. Note the cost. Also, the staff did not make the rounds to make sure people quieted down, our neighbors were yelling between sites, playing music, and talking loudly until almost midnight.

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We stayed here a few years ago when the park was newly refurbished and it was fabulous. Now it is beginning to show sighs of neglect. Faucets that don't work, doors that don't lock, and handles broken off shower controllers just to name a few. The restrooms and showers need a good scrubbing.

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The park is older and therefore the sites a bit small for today's bigger rigs. The restrooms are older but clean. The real problem with the park is the bugs. Just to go in or out of the rig, there were 200+ in the rig. If you are into fishing this could be your park, otherwise an overnight stay is ample.

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This is a beautiful park with lots of big trees, and the setup makes the pull in and pull out easy. The reason I only give a 7 is that there is only one shower location right near the check-in hut. Most, if not all, of the rv sites are a good distance from the showers so it is a long walk to make. The town of Jasper is very well laid out and parking is easy!.

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This is a beautiful campground. As mentioned, the sites are situated on semi circles so the pull in and pull out is very easy. The views are wonderful! The things that would be great if added are a camp store for some of the basics and some of the normal "rig" stuff. There is no RV store in town and the hardware store (using the term loosely) has some TP, a couple of hoses, and two kinds of tank treatment. Be prepared when you come here. The second thing that they would make money at by adding is a laundry facility. Parking in the town of Banff is a real challenge: be advised.

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The park itsself is pretty, the problem is there are only a couple of showers for the entire place. Since there is a lake, everyone needs to shower everyday so lines can occur. For the distance off the highway, I would try another next time.

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The park is right off the freeway but we did not get any noise. There is food, coffee, and gas right near by. The restrooms, though not new are very well maintained; including soap, papertowels, tissues, and cream...very homey. The showers are unisex between the men's and women's restrooms so it is easy to keep an eye on your kids. Nice place...oh the dogs are very cute too.

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This is a quiet park next to the river. There is some road noise but not too bad. We stayed overnight on our way to Canada and would stay again.

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The park is easy access to the freeway, but quiet. It is quite new and the restrooms reflect this newness. The sites are cement and level! And, there is a Starbucks right around the corner. We would definitely stay again.