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This park no longer exists. Not sure why it is still here. This was a TT park, but hasn't been in years.

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Typical large park in the Mesa area. Noticed several Park Models that clearly had problems. Were here before season really began and they were still doing a lot of maintenance work. Older park was it is a little tight getting in with MH when you are between park models. Luckily no cars sitting on road when we arrived or left.

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Rate based on monthly stay. You put a deposit down and there in very, very small print that if you are leaving you have to give 10 days notice to get deposit back. It was a wash because it was hot & we ran the AC a lot. OK place to stay and they give lots of discounts to various memberships.

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Nice small Passport America park. All utilities at back of site, which made it a little difficult with car attached. Good for an overnight. Will stay again if traveling through the area.

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Overpriced for an overnight stay. Good power, which was necessary because it was over 100 when we got there. Desert landscape. Probably pretty nice in winter/spring. Just too hot to enjoy while we were there.

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Rate reflects a Passport America discount. Right off of I-5 but noise wasn't a problem. Good place for an overnight - - restaurants and Starbucks within walking distance. Power was good - which was necessary because of the HEAT.

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Paid extra for the 50 amps because it was so hot. Good pull-through, though having all utilities in the back makes it hard with car being towed. Quiet because you are away from the highway. Have stayed before and will probably stay again going up or down I-5.

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When I called they didn't tell me they had a 100 rig rally coming in that afternoon - we would have gone on by and stayed somewhere else if we had known. Took over 1 1/2 hrs to check in. The check-in staff was still taking reservations on the phones with rigs backed up almost to the freeway! Nice place, well laid out, good for an overnight stay. Overpriced since it is connected to a casino.

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Sites are not the largest, but adequate. Maneuverability for a motorhome is tight; can't keep car attached for a pull through, turns too tight. Management needs to do a better job of matching sites to rigs; 5th wheels can manage uneven front-t0-back sites better than motorhomes.

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Near family which is why we stay here. Need to get some of the long term residents to clean up their areas. Very reasonable costs to do laundry. Easy in and out of park, though you can't leave car attached as pull throughs are too short.

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They could cut down 1/2 of the trees, give people more of a chance to find satellite and pay for upgrades like decent roads into the park. North side is the only place to get cell phone reception and very few spots support satellite. $15/week for cable is atrocious for what you get. Sites are very tight because park is old and they still think everyone has a 28 ft travel trailer! Probably won't come back.

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This has gone so far downhill it is now down right dangerous. It is the only park close to relatives. They had 8 coaches on one - 100 amp circuit. 96 degree heat meant NO ONE had power. Owners could care less, they were trying to put more rigs into the same area! Sewer system is a joke. Town of Black Diamond won't approve any upgrades as they are trying to force them out.

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This has gone downhill over the years. 1/2 of the sites are now unusable for all but the very smallest of RVs. They don't cut back on the shrubs/trees and roots have heaved on a lot of the sites so you can't back in. We will Not be coming back again.

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Large sites. If you want satellite TV make sure you park on the west side of each street. Need a tripod in order to shoot between the streets to get the satellite. 30 amp & water. Dump on site and honey wagon available. Nice pool. Very quiet at night. Sparsely populated during the week. One of the few places available to stay around the Seattle area, works for us as being near family and we use memberships for stays. Everything you could need is in Issaquah, just a short drive away.

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Signage at entrance doesn't tell you where to turn- hint go to the 'shack' not the office looking building. Staff ok but expect that everyone knows everything and has been there numerous times. Being told to go find something wasn't helpful. If going again we would look at G section first for a 2 week stay. Pull throughs are side-by-side utilities and not much room. Might come back.