Traveller Excel

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Rate reflects RPI membership. Great free WiFi, great HD reception on our antenna. Easy backins/pull thrus. Beautiful views, outstanding swimmingpools, this is a great place to be for a week or more. Did we mention the free wine tasting... we loved it and will sure come back.

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Wifi very spotty, they have cable but we got great HD reception on our antenna. We got a backin at the ridge with a great view. Lucky the wind was not blowing. Gravel sites, roads are paved. The backins are wide and long. Pull thrus look great. They are doing a lot to keep up the place with flowers and trees, everything looks beautiful. Great staff especially at the front desk. Quiet during day and night. Very small pool. We stayed here on our membership, sure will come back.

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For 5 dollars you have internet that comes with a modem (Ethernet cable) so only for one device! and that includes also cable TV. We stayed here on our RPI membership. So total paid 15 dollars. Internet is good, cable is good. Long gravel pull thrus and backins, but they are small when you get neigbours. All around the park are palm trees. This is the dessert so the park is not really green but we liked it. Along the river with a nice beach. Quiet during day and night. Nice pools and everything looked good to us. We sure will come back.

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First positive: your are in Death Valley, you have electricity, water and sewer and good free WiFi and some shade, they cut back the old trees, there is a great pool and it is quiet. Negative: staff does not know what RVing is all about, they guide you to your site but that is it. No guidance. They should not allow rigs over 30 feet, there is no room to move around. On our site sewer went uphill, dumping was against gravity. Trees are cut but they let the old tree grow, grow and grow. A good gardener would do much good. Pull thrus are actually two sites, sometimes they rent them as a pull thru, sometimes you pay for two sites. Backins are very tight, los of old trees and hard to move around, takes you forever. Some spots are a little wider then others, so watch your slides. We were lucky that there was nobody in the spot in front of us so we could backin a little easier. This place is too expensive, we will never come back here, and if you consider going to Death Valley, please take care.. they first need to do something about the place. Did I mention all the rigs and old park models with people who are working/ living here, that takes more than half of the campground than the spots for RV's and is looking poorly. It is a shame....this spot needs a lot of TLC, lots and lots,

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Rate is RPI, we paid for the WiFi and the Cable. The pool was already winterized but looked great. New big clubhouse. Backins are part gravel/grass. Long enough for huge rigs but the width was small for slides when all sites are occupied. It was quiet when we were here so it did not bother us. Paved interior roads. Very friendly staff, some big trees, very quiet. We will sure some back.

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Rate is PPA. Free solid WiFi, Free Cable but you can use your antenna as well, good reception. Gravel big pull thrus, with grass and small trees. Very friendly staff, excellent maintained campground. Convienient near the Factory Outlet Woodburn, the small town Silverton, Silver Falls State park and all the other big shops you need are in Salem. Lots to do. Very quiet just off the I-5. We sure come back.

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Free solid WiFi, free cable (not so good). Gravel pull thrus and backins, a little bit of grass. Good utilities and very helpfull friendly staff. Downside: lots of noise off the highway and the trains.... This park is definitely overpriced but good for a night or two. Be sure to visit the Wildlife Park - within walking distance, all rescued animals.

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Rate is AOR, pull thrus are first come first serve basis, but they had plenty. The WiFi is Tengo, $3 daily. Cable is free. Huge sites, gravel, small trees and big hedges between the sites. Paved interior roads and very good for driving a big rig. Little bit of road noise but not too bad at night. We will come back when passing by.

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Quiet, great! This campground is perfect maintained, great managers, very welcoming. Parking is on gravel, with gravel patios on the pull thrus, and back ins on the lake have grass. Lake is small and quiet. No motors allowed on the lake. Camp has a nice beach with a shared fire pit with wood provided by the campground. WiFi is weak (free), Cable is good (free). Not much to do for kids. Lots of longstayers but with great rigs. We sure come back over here!

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Rate is Good Sam. What a gem! Extra big, huge sites (talking about the pullthrus), backins were huge too. We stayed at site 34. Super maintained, nice grass. WiFi is free and very good. Reception on the antenna great. Very quiet and beautiful views of the Columbia river. The train is beside the campground but you only hear the engines. Normally we avoid camps with trains nearby but this did not bother us at all. We sure will come back.

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We stayed here under our RPI membership for $15, but they allow overnighters. New managers who are very friendly people and take good care of the place. Cozy clubhouse. The sites are not very long, but long enough for our 35 ft. rig. Plenty of space to park your car. The sites are very wide, a big grassy site next to all of them, parking on gravel, and shade of big trees. Quiet at night (and day) even if the highway is close. Great views. Free WiFi and good reception on your antenna. We sure will come back.

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We have been here before. Traffic noise is unfortunately getting worse but still a good place to be for a couple of days. Just used our earplugs. You pay $20 for 30 amp, and $22 for 50 amp. A good deal. They water their trees with the grey water you are allowed to dump next to the trees. (They need it!) No Wi-Fi, good TV reception on the antenna. Lots of long stayers but that is not a big deal, as they only occupy half the campground! A $10 fee for making a reservation is a lot of money but still we will come back.

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Friendly staff. Good place to camp for a few days to visit Capitol Reef and Cortez. You get a $5 gift to play in the casino (we gambled and won our first night stay back!). We camped on the Passport America rate so 50% off. They allow you to stay on this rate as long as you want, the only thing you have to pay every day, no problem for us. Big pull-throughs, large trees, little grass (needs some TLC). Pool and restrooms where still closed. Free Wi-Fi, weak but at the office it worked fine for us. Cable so-so. We will come back.

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They take good care of this park. Very quiet at night, no traffic noise or whatever. Most of the pull-through sites have a little grass area; you park on gravel. Clean and nice (fenced) pool. The back-ins have beautiful views of the red cliffs. Convenient near Capitol Reef National Park. Wi-Fi is free but when park is full very bad! Good reception on your antenna. We will come back when traveling by. They have AAA/Good Sam discount.

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What a great Escapees park, you have - if you are an Escapees member - to go here. Free very good Wi-Fi, good reception on the antenna. Very good drinking water. Nice big sites, easy back-ins - some gravel some with concrete patios. They are all owned by someone who let you stay on their lot. The people living here are so cool, they help you with everything. In the middle of the desert, so it can get HOT but this is a gem!. Very pretty clubhouse, The Ranch, with all facilities. We will sure be back.