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This is a small park very close to I-95 very easy access. Ranger and camp host were very nice and very helpful. The campground is nice and quiet along the river - short walking trails, free use of fishing equipment and games, etc. in the park office. Sites slope a little and needs blocks to get level. Water and electric as well as TV was good. They lost 40 trees in the February ice storm, so later on in the year there is plenty of usable firewood. We would camp here again.

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We had site 57. It had rained here and the site is nothing but a driveway with 17 steps down a steep bank to the BBQ, table and fire pit that was filled with mud from the bank that made the area unusable. They NEVER should have rented the site in this condition. Since this was a weekend there were no other sites available. We will NEVER return to this COE again! It is the worst COE we have camped at in 7 years of traveling all over the states.

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$25/night with water and 50 amp electric. (I didn’t look to see if they had anything else except 50 amp service.) Cash or WI check ONLY. Camping is confusing. Map at self-registration station shows what sites are electric and which are electric & water. Hook-ups are on the grass next to the road. Some people parallel park on the road and hook-up under the rig or drive onto the grass with the tail facing the road other stay on the road and back up to the hook-ups. The park attendance put trash cans out near us the day we left. The bathhouse was clean, but you can only use the showers from 9 PM to 9 AM, the rest of the time they are locked. We were lucky we had one of the 5 tables in the park. There is a lot of construction that you can hear around the clock. The grass and the open areas of the park are nice, BUT there are goose droppings everywhere: on the walks, boat ramp and docks and all over the grass. You or the dogs can’t walk anywhere with getting into it: what a mess ! We will look for another place to stay next time we are in the area.

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$32/night cash or check only. Roads and sites were gravel and mostly level – no problem with full hook-up and most are pull through sites with tables and fire rings. Data card and antenna TV worked well. Bathhouse was old could use some work – no soap or anything to dry your hands with – showers were hot but the blowing curtain can be cold. The owners were very nice with maps and info on the Duluth and Superior areas. Easy on and off Hwy 2/53. Pool and hot tub looked okay, but closed after the holiday. We would stay here again.

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$25/night w/4 nights on PA discount – On Fox Lake with free use of paddle boats and other rentals available. People are nice and you pay as you leave, so you can run a tab if you like. You are about 15 minutes to town and the sights with plenty of shopping and restaurants. Roads are gravel and sites are grass some can be narrow – the seasonal people have the view of the lake and do not talk with overnight campers. There is a little road noise, but not much. Laundry was small with 2 washers and 2 dryers – there is a small boat launch and small fish cleaning shed next to the bathhouse. Wi-Fi worked well and the cable was basic – water pressure and electric were good, but they charge for AC I guess in the summer. We would stay here again.

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$20/night+3.00 online registration fee. Roads and sites are paved with picnic tables and fire rings. We stayed in the reservable area, but the ranger told us they are expanding the camping because they have to turn so many people away in the summer. This is a boating and fishing paradise – nice boat ramp (for 4 launches) and a large fish cleaning station near the bait shop/store/check-in. People drive very fast in the campground, and the bathhouse is within driving distance with pit toilets located in a few spots in the camping area. The bathhouse is very clean and large. It is a good drive to Devils Lake (town). We would stay here again.

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$20/night, plus 3.00 online registration fee, plus $25 annual ND park usage pass. Roads are paved with level gravel sites. Electric was good and water is shared between 2 sites, but they will upgrade this in the future. Wi-Fi was good, but there was no Antenna TV or AT&T coverage. The bathhouse was clean in the reserved area, but the first shower in the men’s had no hot water and the water was more of a spray than a shower. They have a beach if you can call it that, and a marina. We would stay here again.

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$9 w/senior pass. Beautiful campground with boating and fishing. Roads and sites are paved with concrete pads for picnic tables and fire rings. There are miles of paved bike paths, and fishing docks. Bathhouse was clean. Had a few antenna TV channels, and AT&T cell was ok. You can tour the power plant at the dam. The group facilities are wonderful, and they have playgrounds. You have electric only with water in central locations. The dump station is on the way to the check station all level and paved. The camp host was very knowledgeable of the park and the area: friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.

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$32.10/ night. Located 6 miles from the West Glacier entrance. The owners were very nice and walked us to 2 sites we could pick. The roads & sites were gravel, and long enough for us not to have to unhook, and heavily treed. There is a nice fenced in dog run, and the bathhouse was clean with large showers. WiFi good and antenna TV was fair. It's very close to the tracks, at night you can get some loud train horns. We would stay here again.

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$35.00/GS discount. We have stayed here before, and they have enlarged the park and some sites have access from the back road to make them pull-through. Roads are paved and most of the sites are long and wide concrete pads with tables no fires. This is next to the golf course, so they have underground sprinklers that go on after 10 PM so watch the water and wet grass if you go out at night. The fenced dog runs are not maintained and the one at the end of the park has the sprinklers running at 9 AM so don’t use that run in the morning. The pool, hot tub, and club house are perfectly maintained and the bathhouse and laundry are large and clean. WiFi and cable were very good.

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Site #1 $25/night w/GS discount. The roads and sites are gravel and on a hillside fairly level with grass around the sites. A very nice view of the lake across the street where you can swim and rent a boat: looked like good fishing. WiFi was good and bathhouse clean. A few miles from the mountain. We would stay here again.

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$31/night-weekly rate - Site 21 had a nice little tree and grass area for privacy. Roads and sites are paved with trees, some with tables. None with fire rings. Most sites were level. The water pressure varies from 35 to 20 psi and causes problems for doing wash. Bathhouse and laundry were clean. Wi-Fi and cable worked good. There was a little road noise from I-90. Easy access to Seattle. We would stay here again.

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$33.33/GS discount. Low hanging trees hit the front of the motorhome and drag across the roof. The roads and sites are gravel. The first site we had was way too small for our rig, so we moved to the next site and the 30 amp power didn’t work. The upper bathhouse and laundry were large and clean. The boat rental with the crab package (you can buy your license in the office) was a great value and a lot of fun to catch your limit of 12 Dungeness crabs. There are cleaning stations at the office and they will boil your catch for a small fee. The cheese factory tour is very crowded and not worth the stop, the prices are lower in the markets. The bay is nice with sand bars at low tide. We would stay here again.

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The roads are paved and the sites are stone with hedges between them for privacy. Cable is good and Wi-Fi is good most of the time. Bathhouse is older. Access to the sand dunes is right behind the campground, and you can use the lake across the street. The dog walk is about 20 sq.ft. and not fenced. We would stay here again.

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Diamond Lake RV Park-$36/GS, They will not let you into the park after 8:00 PM! The park is paved roads with gravel sites (section F has pull-thru sites that open to the site next to you, and shared a picnic table). The pull-thru sites are very close-with slides out you don't have room to open your awning or compartment doors. The back-in sites are much wider and longer. There was no AT&T service or over the air TV and no cable. Bathhouse near F was closed, and the other one was old. The locals said do not come there in June because of the mosquitoes - they were bad in July. The campground is 3 miles from the Crater Lake north entrance, and across the street from Diamond Lake. I was told it was great fishing and the area has many waterfalls. I think we would look at other campground next time we are in the area.