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We stayed here one night before heading south on our travels. This campground is easily accessible off I-90 and the park is directly north of the interstate so road noise is a factor. Campground staff was friendly and helpful. The park filled quickly on a summer afternoon/evening. Many big rigs there. Sites were long enough but felt a bit haphazard as to rows, etc. Nice dog run and pet walk area.

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We stayed here 4 nights in a back-in spot (Lower Base Camp) that overlooked the grassy central meadow of the resort. We were able to get a site with very little advance notice, but that had to be an exception as the resort was quite full. Sites are mostly spacious, some with shade. The resort has a nice office with some beverages/snacks available, nice outdoor heated pool, playground equipment, and rental cabins. It is very close to major Black Hills roads but noise is no problem. Hill City is 2 miles to the north.

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We like this park for a 1 to 2-night stay. It is easily located off I-90 and then Hwy 16. Sites are located in the trees and there is a nice front park and walking trail. The park has a small heated pool, and offers an ice cream social time during the summer on the porch of the office.

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We stayed here 2 nights and have stayed 3 previous times. Sites are fairly spacious, especially for big rigs. Interior roads are good. Bathrooms have been upgraded. We needed to add a night when rainy weather delayed our trip and that was handled without a problem. Cable was extra but did work well. Wi-Fi worked well on smart phones but not at all on laptops.

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We stayed here 3 nights so we could visit Coeur d'Alene and see friends who live in nearby Spokane. The resort is in the marina area and handy off Hwy 95 and I-90. The grounds are well maintained but sites seem to be somewhat haphazard in appearance. Our site was just long enough for our motorhome and tow car. Wi-Fi worked on smart phones but not laptops. The office/management offered drink tickets from area restaurants which we did use with our friends.

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We found this park 2 years ago and stayed here again recently. After stays in 150+ parks and resorts, we think the designers did everything right. The resort has an attractive large office and gift shop, heated pool, park/garden area, 2 dog runs, playground and basketball courts, and Frisbee golf area. Roads are wide with no curbs. Sites are either gravel or paved, all with full hookups and good utilities. Our site was sloped up to the front - maybe better for other than a motorhome - but we made it work. Grounds are beautifully landscaped.

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Maple Grove is easy to find off Highway 12. It has a picturesque location in the valley south of the Mount Rainier area. This is a K/M Resorts park and has a casual feel to it. A golf course is part of the resort. We were charged as non-members. The resort pool is an indoor one and is very nice with separate showers. Resort landscaping (trees) were pleasant - some a little close for large rigs. Staff was friendly and helpful. We got extra help when having a mechanical problem with our RV. The drive east to the entrance to Mount Rainier NP on Hwy 123 is about 25 miles.

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We stayed here 2 nights so we could visit the Mt. St. Helens area. Our site was long enough but extra sewer hose was needed to get to the drain. The park is between I-5 and the BNSF rail line, so there is a fair amount of road/train noise, but not too bothersome at night. A few park cabins are available for residency and appear to be nice. The park is nicely landscaped. There are rally buildings in the front. In the back of the park, the grass needed mowing around sites, but maybe that was due to recent rains.

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We stayed here 6 nights around Memorial Day weekend. We had been doing RV repairs in Eugene so called for a site only a couple of days prior but they were able to get us in. The park has excellent interior roads and access to sites which provided enough length for our 42' motorhome. Sites are paved and level with modern utilities and nice site lights. Wi-Fi was excellent. Room for tow car to park alongside. The resort is bordered by the Winchester Bay Marina on the east and the Umpqua River to the west, leading to the Pacific Ocean. It is 1/2 mile to Winchester Bay cafes and businesses, 4 miles to Reedsport to the north, and about 25 to Florence further north and Coos Bay on the south, via Hwy 101. Oregon Dunes National Rec Area is within 5 miles. Grounds are beautifully landscaped. Bath/shower/laundry buildings are block and glass with tiled facilities. Office staff was helpful and other park attendants are available after hours. There is a 1-mile paved walkway around the perimeter. Open grass areas house playground equipment, a putting green and cornhole/beanbag setups. We stopped through here 2 years ago to have lunch and see the resort and are certainly glad we could return for a stay.

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We stayed 2 nights here. This RV resort fits the definition of the words - spacious, well landscaped, concrete level sites on wide access roads. Amenities include a nice office, pleasant dog park, hot tub and pool. Convenient off I-84 but no road noise. We would definitely stay here again. Managers had no problem with washing our coach on site, which was appreciated with weather we had experienced.

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We stayed here 3 nights to weather a May snowstorm on I-80 and take care of repairs on our motorhome. The manager/staff members were very helpful with our extra needs - i.e., leaving MH parked while seeking repair, changing sites during our stay. Improvements being made include an exercise center and dog park grass/plantings. The campground is at the base of mountains so all areas are gravel (soupy after a snowfall/melt). We were less than a mile from a truck service center which was very convenient. The campground is easily accessible from I-80.

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We have stayed here twice in the past 9 years. It is fairly handy off I-80. The sites are very close together and roads are tight. We were able to get needed turns made with our motorhome and tow car.

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We stayed here 5 days while visiting family and friends. The owners are making improvements to the campground, including additional camper cabins and patio sites. They have a full summer weekend schedule of activities for families. We have reserved a patio site for a week in September. The campground is less than 2 miles north of Interstate 80 on a paved road. It is fairly handy to the western suburbs of Des Moines.

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This park is easy to find off Interstate 55. The owners/managers are very friendly and helpful. We arrived close to office closing time, but they made sure our site was reserved and placed necessary paperwork at our site. A shuttle is offered to Lambert's Cafe, a noted restaurant, and we called them for a ride, which saves unhooking the tow car. We appreciate having a simple but clean RV park when driving long distances.

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We stayed here one night and have stayed at Gulf Pines KOA numerous times in the past 5 years. Our RV site was long enough for our coach and tow car. However, new management? has added sand to the site, maybe to help with grass conditions when it rains. The sand was very difficult to keep off shoes, dog's feet and carpet.