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Membership park and since we only paid $1 per night, we got what we paid for: back-to-back hookups, children running through sites at will, no parents in site, blowing trash, lots of trucks that apparently have no mufflers. Convenient to Vancouver for day trips, Mt. Baker, Bellingham and visiting friends. With a little effort, management could make it a great park, but refuse to do so.

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Prices (without PPA discount) are as much as Lake Pleasant in Bothell, (ie, way, way over priced for the area.) This isn't Seattle! Park is nice, clean, well laid out, and except for the 'cheap' area where it is gravel (which is ok with us), sites are paved. Cost was a combination of 2 nights at PPA and 2 nights at Good Sam. Not sure whether we would stay again, it was the closest park to our friends whom we are visiting.

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This was an overnight stop over on our way to Mesa, AZ from the California coast. Arrived on Sunday and the office is closed. Packet was waiting for us - but the map is none to clear and street markings aren't that great. Very tight driving in the park - especially making turns. I'm sure that for an extended stay it would be fine, but for an overnight I wouldn't recommend it.

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We've stayed before, down in the 'affiliates section' which is ok. Problem was they put us in a site (#19) that had a huge palm tree on our left at the front edge of the 'pull through', which meant we wouldn't pull out to our left as we should have. And then they had several big rigs come in during the night parked across from us that were really too big for the sites so we didn't really have maneuvering room to get out going to the right. Luckily the people on our right left even before we did, so we were able to use the front part of their site in order to get out. Use pads under the levelers because lots of sand on each site and not all is compacted.

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This was our third stay at this park. Very close to the ocean, nice walk down to the Russian River. 30 amp power, but sewer included. We use this as our week between stays at Thousand Trails Russian River and TT Morgan Hills and really enjoy our 'quiet' week here. Rate reflects our $0/night cost under ROD.

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This is a Thousand Trails park and as such it isn't going to be a 5-Star place to stop. If you want that, go somewhere else. For us the low cost, convenient to family and friends, adequate sized sites are what is important. They paved the road coming into the park from last year which made the journey in so much better. They were actively working to clean the grounds - lots of weekenders means that come Monday the staff is very busy. The only negative thing is they don't have enough dumpsters to be able to go a week between having trashed hauled out. Yes, there are a lot of people living fulltime in the park - you will find that all over the country now. Most people are nice. They implemented a new card system for the laundry. Cost $4 for the card, but then it is $1.00 to wash (30 min) and $1.00 to dry - and the dryers will hold two wash loads. so all in all, not a bad idea. 50 amp sites (G section) are side-by-side hookups and because of the drought, the grass area in between sites is now just dirt. Can't blame the park for the drought.

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It was incredibly hot (104) while we were here and we were able to nab the ONLY 50 amp site in the park. Site also had good view of sky so not a problem for satellite. Number of trees means that most people had some shade during the day. Satellite coverage is so-so. This is an older park, so if you are looking for a 5-star resort, this isn't it. Lots of families around - it was Labor Day weekend. For the most part the staff did a very good job of keeping things going well.

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Because they know there are very few options they over charge. Fact of life for urban parks, but that means you are paying for amenities you don't get. Sites can be a little narrow and utilities are in the back in for pull-through sites, so you can't keep cars hooked up for overnights. Even worse, no weekly or monthly rates, so longer stays are prohibitively expensive.

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Park is OK for a stay of a week or so. Short supply of parks in the general Seattle area. Entrance road is horrible - really not wide enough for two lanes, so you must go slow. Speed bumps every few feet. Typical riverside park with elevated electrical hookup because of being in flood plain. Staff friendly, but there is a depressed feeling about the place. Everything is JUST OK. Lots of weekenders which is to be expected because of the river.

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Only negative about this park is that the utilities are all at the back of each site - perfect for 5ers not so good for motorhomes. Other than that, easy in and out, can walk to Judy's for breakfast - good food & a lot of it, quiet at night (no road noise), clean laundry, close to shopping, etc. Good place to stay while visiting relatives.

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Easy in and out from freeway. Have sites with just w/e as well as full hookup. Freeway and train noise - but then again, it is on 1-40. They offer a $2.00 discount to the Meteor Crater exhibit.

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Basic overnight park, just off of I-40. Easy in and out. Flying J and Loves at the off ramps from the freeway so some noise, but it is an RV park.

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Good overnight stay on way from Dallas to Amarillo. Easy in & out from US 278. Sites are sand, not gravel, so standing water can be a problem after heavy, heavy rains.

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Way overpriced for what you get. Sites are narrow and SHORT. Add 2-3 feet when telling them how long you are.

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Would have rated higher but the road going into the park is atrocious. Huge potholes and the trees aren't trimmed back so you will end up with scratches because oncoming traffic is speeding down the road. Blind corner limits ability to use the center of the road. If road was improved this would be a '9'.