Ray Waugh

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Nice older property with friendly and helpful owners. Gravel site, long enough for our 60 foot rig. WiFi is pretty good, as is the analog cable TV. Verizon and AT&T data and cell coverage are good.

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Very clean and well organized RV park, with level concrete pads. Very good WiFi and cable TV. Good Verizon and AT&T coverage. Easy walk to the world-class Evergreen Aviation Museum.

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This place is mostly long-term residents - we bagged one of the few empty sites while passing through. Clean, with a good laundry room. Level concrete pad. WiFi was spotty. Airport noise is our biggest gripe.

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We spent several days here, and would have liked to stay longer. Nice, older property with mature trees, tidy lawns, level concrete pads, and good WiFi. Nice laundry. All sites are pull-through (but for the back-in sites occupied by permanent residents).

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We stayed for a week and liked it a lot. We stayed in a very spacious 50-amp site, wide enough for two side-by-side RVs with slides. All the sites are isolated from each other by hedges - ours was six feet high, but some of the older and more narrow sites have eight feet high hedges. Some distant train noise, but otherwise very quiet. Good laundry. WiFi was okay, and we had good Verizon data coverage.

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This is a little and somewhat older RV park. There is a small cluster of permanents by the park entrance, but we practically had the transient section to ourselves. Fairly level gravel sites, nice size sites, a single row of pull-thrus and a single row of back-ins, and the fastest (10Mb) WiFi we've encountered in over two years of full-timing. The owners cooked us a pizza in their mini restaurant and delivered it to our door - it was a delightful touch. We spent five days and we'd go back.

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This RV park is just above Roosevelt Lake and the Columbia River at the Keller Ferry crossing. Charming park, with pretty trees and well kept lawns. Nice folks who run it. They even have a little cafe. If you like to get away from it all, and camp on the edge of the world, this is the place. They have Wi-Fi, and I have no idea how they get it - it runs about as fast as dial-up. No Verizon, no AT&T cell service, no TV (broadcast or cable), no radio stations, no newspaper. The road down and up is interesting if you are a big rig. Our F-250 and fifth wheel total 60 feet in length, and it got exciting. The road is steep, narrow and uses switchbacks with hairpin turns to navigate the 1200 feet change in elevation. In spots, we were in first or second gear to keep the speed down. The nearest town is Wilbur, 15 slow and hard miles away.

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Very spacious RV park, with a couple of levels of comfort. We went with the high end site, with the glider and picnic table on a concrete patio. The sites are paved and are wide enough to put in two travel trailers, side by side. Nice big lawns separate the sites. Good Wi-Fi, and both AT&T and Verizon work well in the park. Newspaper machine at the office. Good laundry. Pretty good analog cable TV.

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Nice RV park, with concrete pads, asphalt roads, and manicured lawns. We were in a $37 "zone 2" site. Other sites with a view of the marina and Snake River cost more. The pull through sites have four pedestals, with two on each side to be shared with your neighbor, allowing you to pull into the site in either direction. Small laundry. Friendly staff. Okay analog cable TV. Slow WiFi. Good AT&T and Verizon data coverage. Local paper sold outside the park office.

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The other folks have written of this, the best KOA we've encountered in 2+ years of full-timing. For big rigs, they offer three levels of sites. The Deluxe Patio sites are $75/night and have a concrete patio with furniture. Next step down are beautifully landscaped pull thru sites - $70/night. The cheap sites (everything is relative) have lush green lawns for $65/night. No cable TV, but five stations can be pulled off your antenna. WiFi is a sometimes thing. Good AT&T and Verizon data coverage. Nice (spendy) laundry.

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We spent one night here, transiting from Yellowstone to Glacier. It has a convenient location, just off I-90. Sites are spacious and long. Utilities all worked well, but the WiFi was a bit slow. Good AT&T and Verizon cell and data coverage. No cable TV and no broadcast TV - this place is in the boonies. Some traffic and train noise, but not all that bad. Owner is friendly and helpful.

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After RVing around the USA for 11 years (full time the past two years), this is our favorite RV park. This was our third visit since our first in 2004. The park is clean and tidy and well organized. Staff is helpful and the location so close to the west entrance of the National Park is a plus. WiFi works well, and the cable TV is okay (not great, but okay). Good Verizon and AT&T cell and data coverage. We were given site 70, in the older part of the park, with five mature trees on our lawn. Since it is an row-end site, our view from our front door was the lawn by the playground, with the office behind that. Interior roads are paved and well maintained. Our gravel site was perfectly level.

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We stayed for a week, and thus chose a back-in with sewer and 50A. Our site was a long back-in, with a dog leg in the middle, but one of the staff helped me back it right in. Site was gravel, and fairly level. The nearby Boulder River (it runs along the edge of the park) is very pretty. No cable TV, no over-the-air TV, a very feeble NRP station, but Verizon MiFi worked well. Our site was very close to our neighbor on the left side.

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I agree with the earlier reviews, down to the fact that it takes a bit of skill to get a 38 foot fifth wheel into site 19, with all those trees. That said, other sites were more difficult, but not impossible. We had a bit of mud, but power was good, as was the water. The dump station is very convenient. Lots of privacy (a forest of paper birch trees) and lots of serenity (no WiFi, no TV but for one Canadian station, no cable TV, no AT&T cell service, no Verizon cell service and no newspaper. The cafe, which serves nice sandwiches, has WiFi and is a short drive away. We spent five nights there, and were as happy as hermits can be.

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This is a boater's and fisherman's dream! The park has three RV sections (not including the primitive area with no power, no water, no sewer). Ziebach Campground, the oldest, has 50A and water, and is like camping on a golf course, with broad and manicured lawns and pull thru sites good for most big rigs. Howard Campground, the second oldest, is like Turtle River State Park, with sites located in the cottonwoods and brush, offering lots of privacy. LaRose Campground, the newest, has sewer and is parallel sites out in the open. The bait shop/office has a small store with essentials (and terrible frozen pizza), which is handy inasmuch as the nearest town (Devil's River) is 15 miles away. Boat ramp and fish cleaning station for the fishermen. Our site took a bit of work to level up.