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Definitely a no frills park but we had a nice stay using this park as a base for exploring Forks, La Push, the beaches and the national park. We had a pull through site in a large gravel filled area. Sites are nicely spaced, new and clean but there are no trees or amenities. Very quiet and the folks in the office were wonderful. WiFi signal needs improvement though.

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This park has many longer term residents but not the typical type. It is clean, quiet and a great environment. It's convenient for exploring the entire area, from downtown Portland to the Gorge area to Mt Hood. Highly recommend it. There is some noise from airplanes and occasional trains but we hear that near most metro areas we visit. We sat outside every night. One thing we appreciated was finally seeing a park with recycling bins too.

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Looks like this is an older park on the upswing. Lots of new paint and very clean. Couple in charge said they have been here since December 2004 and are excellent hosts. The small cafe here is a hidden gem and is worth a stop by itself, even if you aren't staying the night. The food & service was outstanding. Good launching point for exploring the Badlands area and closer to the highway than other area parks. Definitely an older park but a good, basic park that's affordable.

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We almost didn't stay at this park because of some negative ratings previously listed. This park is very nice, has gravel sites that aren't too close to neighbors. Beautiful views, easy access to roads around Santa Fe. Water hookup heater was great in winter conditions. Friendly staff & very clean facilities.