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This is one of the best parks we have stayed in. I won't go over all the excellent comments from others. We always stay here on our way to AZ and back. Not only are the sites concrete, level and long, but they are nice and wide as well. Hookups are conveniently located which is a big plus. Highly recommended.

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This used to be our favorite spot in the area but has continuously gotten worse. It is a small county park and not all that big rig friendly! The narrow access road past the school has 2 trees that encroach on the road and if you meet someone or are not watching you will scratch your rig. Although you can negotiate the park with a little effort, they do not trim the trees regularly so again you can scratch your rig. As you leave the park on the access road there is another tree that will scrape the top. I have reported all of these things several times and no action. Used to feel pretty safe here, but getting worse. Pull throughs (3) work well for larger rigs. Some of the sites are not very level so choose carefully. We decided to go to French Camp after this and while it says it is not big rig friendly there, it is much better than Dos Reis. Some power connections have shown a fault on our device. Sometimes the sewer connection overflows while dumping.

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Good place to stay going through. Concrete pads throughout. We have a 38'MH and did not have trouble negotiating the park, but they do have rocks to prevent you from driving on the grass. As some others have stated we had to pull to the front of the pad and unhook the toad and then back up to the hookups. If you wanted to stay hooked up you would not be able to reach sewer. Plenty of room to park toad. Did not use Cable- over the air had a fair amount of channels. They have morning garbage pickup, but did not mention at checkin. The Sports Bar and Grill has great nachos. Did not golf or pool.

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Have stayed here many times to visit family. Always works very well. Lots of room, some shade, easy access and good hookups.

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Although this is quite a ways north of Spokane, it is a very nice place to stay. Easy drive to major shopping. Deer park has everything you need though. Our site was on the golf course. One complaint is that all the sewer connections are clear at the rear. Takes 3 15' sections to hook up and get your rig far enough forward so it does not get sprinkled underneath. Restaurant was good as was the entire park. Paved parking for your tow rig.

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Good enough place to stop overnight. There are only 3 RV Parks in all of Missoula! We thought it expensive for a KOA, but can't remember price. Lots to do for families. Had a pull through, but to get my car off far enough, I had to get an extra length of sewer hose. (38' motorhome.) Some say it is a long ways down to the park from I-90 but we did not mind it. Gassed up at Costco.

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Great place to stay. Just a little south of I-90 but worth it. Ice cream bars on check-in, nice touch!. Great service and really friendly employees all the way around. Overall fantastic!

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We were worried about places to stay on I-90 in South Dakota. This was a great overnight and looked like it might be nice for a longer stay if there were things to do. Great level sites. Employees were great. Had a food menu although we did not partake. Would definitely put this on our list of places to stay along 90.

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Stayed here overnight prior to visiting Winnebago factory for repairs. About 30 minutes away. Had rained, so was wet and a little muddy. Large grassy areas around the sites. Owners worked us in at the last minute. Although did not use it, the pool was very big! Noticed the neighbors going in and closing their door just before dark. Then found out why when we saw all the mosquitos on our screen door. There was a mile or so gravel road, so go slow.

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Nice park but very busy. Stayed here for a family reunion at the Ozawindib group camp. Wish we had brought our bikes! Some of the main roads accessing the park (east entrance and road to Pine Ridge campground), need to be brushed so you don't brush against tree limbs every time you meet another vehicle. It is a shame that the park does not check this out! Our site was good and had good separation. Electric only, so be sure to get water and dump tanks. One spigot we found to fill tanks did not have any threading on it so had to find another one.

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Absolutely great place to stay. Owners were more than accommodating. You get a wifi password for each device: if you don't use it within an hour it expires. Did not use any of the amenities. Site was very nice, spacious and mostly shady. Site surface was gravel, grass and featured a picnic table.

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This was a very decent overnight stay. Gas stations close and easy on and off access to freeway. It was a little hard to find, but once you Google it, you can see the access fairly easily behind the Super 8. Neighboring lots were nearby. Site surface was gravel, dirt and mostly shady.

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Nice place to stay just outside Custer. Looks great for families with pool, slide. Main area is trees - we were in a more open area down the hill so got sat TV easily. Wifi, not so much. Grassy area with picnic table. A thunder boomer had just moved through with lots of rain and some hail so a little wet and muddy. Great roof top bar in downtown Custer, but not advertised much. We saw it from the street. Had a great pizza, just can't remember the name. Enjoyed the stay and would stay there again.

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This really is a gem in central Oregon. Great location for visiting the John Day Fossil Beds NM. The park is small with only a handful of sites. The manager was great. Grassy sites located in "downtown" Dayville. Had no problem leveling my 38' MH. Small park within walking distance. Well, the whole town is within walking distance although we did not partake of any of the amenities. If you are coming through this is definitely a great place to stay.

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Good place to stay in Casper area. Manager was great. Although gravel and dirt roads, there was an astro-turf area for each site that made it nicer. Nice area behind office for hanging out, grilling, etc. Easy on and off freeway. I would definitely stay here again.