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One of the nicest parks we have ever stayed. Pros: The WiFi is out of this world, works great; antennas throughout the park. Buildings and facilities are first class. Staff friendly and helpful. Showers are plentiful, private, modern and clean. Restaurant and cocktail lounge, serves breakfast lunch and dinner with delivery service to your RV. Pool and hot tub available. Good Sam Discount. Cons: Cable TV channels are plentiful, but none in High Definition, so all are digitally clear but low definition and fuzzy. Many campsites do not have picnic tables, so if this is important to you ask for one when registering. We stayed here again when returning thru Bakersfield a few days later.

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Wow what a nice place. Our $30 rate was for the lawn sites in back with no hookups. Weekends were very crowded. Our stay lasted through Monday and there were less people in the park on Monday evening, we could of upgraded to a full hookup site for $60, but found the lawn very nice and hookups were not all that important to us. The sites closer to the main office/pool area are the best. Landscaped nicely with paved area for your rig. Mostly drive throughs. Further away from the office the sites turn to gravel. Everyone gets a picnic table, everywhere. The restrooms were good, but suffered from over usage during the weekends. The amenities are great, pool, arcade, spa, nice campfire area near the office for social gathering. Many trees except for the lawn area. Only a few miles to Solvang's restaurants and shopping. The have BBQ Friday's here, along with Sunday breakfasts, night time family movies and ice cream treats ($$). Very, very nice. Wi-Fi is fair, but works well near the office. They also have computers set up for free usage. Well stocked general store. Don't know about the cable, didn't have access. Love this place, would stay here again. If you are a tenter, this is the place.

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If you ever visited Campland on the Bay in San Diego, this park is its twin sister. Sites are dirt, very little vegetation, but cleaned after you leave for the next visitor. Many families occupy many adjacent sites for family fun. Everyone here was nice and friendly including the staff. Good quality analog cable, but no HD channels. Wi-Fi was a waste of time, very poor connectivity due to over usage, and not enough bandwidth to support the population. If you wait until the wee hours in the morning, it works just fine. The restrooms are large and initially clean, but succumb to too many people using them between cleanings. The adjacent west fence of the property has pass thru gates in every section, allowing a short walk to the beach and town from your site. I would stay here again, it seems to have the best location of all the other parks in the area. Well equipped RV supply store on site.

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A very nice pleasant park in a beautiful, woodsy, mountain setting. Golf and a classy hotel with fine dinning and cocktail lounge also share the area. Large sites, large clean restrooms with many showers, toilets, and sinks. Never a wait. Swimming pool was a favorite for the kids, and they were adding some more water features for future visitors. The front half of the park is well maintained, everything looking good, but the back half of the park was unkempt; leaves and twigs everywhere, if a camper moves out, you get his trash. I don't think they do any maintenance on the back 40, but the restrooms are very nice back there.

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We lucked out and got the short front site overlooking the waterfront area. It is walking distance to fun stuff in the area, and the beach. Extremely clean and well maintained. All sites had cement pads so no blocking your jacks was required. Great cable, Wi-fi, and restrooms. Can't wait to visit this place again.

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This is a first class RV Park. A few permanent locals, many long termers, and some park models populate this well maintained park. The individual bath rooms are great, just like home, if not better. Good cable and good Wi-Fi. Everything here was great and I loved it. A little off the 101 but everything is close by. Very nice area.

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I would not recommend anyone staying here. The worst part of this place is the lumber mill next door. It is extremely noisy all day and all night with the exception of the weekends. Bring earplugs. The whole park is trashed. Many locals live here and are scattered throughout the park, all of their junk is outside. One restroom for men and one for women with shower. Filthy. The Wifi is very good, and the cable is good also. The hosts were very nice making do with their summer job. This park is run by the city. VERY GOOD restaurant at the other end of the Marina.

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Yes this park is directly on the Columbia River. There is the river, a beach area, a long grassy frontage, and then the RV parking. The restrooms were being remodeled during our visit, and our site had a very bad cable connection. The management was very interested in maintaining the site and appreciated our telling them about it. We raised the antenna and got many good local HD channels. I would stay here again.

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STAY HERE!!! One of the most beautiful RV parks we have ever stayed in. Meticulously maintained, not a grass blade out of place, and never a weed to be found. Large clean restrooms and $howers. Great WiFi and lots of HD channels on the cable system. Everything was as close to perfect as you could get. One bad thing...A train ran alongside the property. No train would mean a 10 rating. Don't miss an opportunity to stay here. Convenient store located adjacent to property.

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Very nice large park. Plenty of spaces were available after 6pm in the middle of summer. They also rent out large Teepees, which looked cool. The pull throughs were narrow, I would opt for a back in if your rig is so designed. Did not use the cable TV. The antenna had HD and many local channels. BEST WiFi EVER, ANYWHERE. Pool was nice along with the meeting rooms, etc. The main restroom facility closes at 10pm, but the one in the back of the park is 24/7.

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Family friendly park on a lake. Lots of stuff to do here with the kids. Landscaped and maintained very nicely. The night we were here the whole area had power outage; which did not come back on until 2 in the morning. The park had some port-a-potties brought in for the tenters. The restrooms were clean and the showers were private $$. Good WiFi, when it came back on.

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Very nice park in a beautiful location. Many sites along the stream running through the park. Great restrooms and showers. Laundry was nice, but had some machines broken. Took longer to do the laundry. The sites are larger than they looked driving in, and the grounds are very well maintained. Very bad cable signals, no digital, WiFi was just OK. Being in the bottom of a small canyon, I did not try the antenna. Would stay here again. Adjacent to nice town.

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Very nice park. No cable TV, but antenna channels were just fine. Good Wi-Fi. Showers not very private, but clean.

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Good value for this beautiful park. Restrooms had large private showers; most sites were along the river; Good Wi-Fi; no cable TV but 2 local HD antenna channels. Very close to town and food store. Many park models here, but the traveling RV's were along the outer edge of the park along the river.

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Nice park, close to everything you would need shopping and food wise. Walk to almost everything. The permanent residents were in a loop to themselves so that contributed to the appeal of this park. Manager office was messy, but functional for him. Showers by the minute. Mostly grassy sites with plenty of shade. I would stay here again.