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We stayed here for 2 nights. It is a small park with sites very close to each other. The outside sites are back-in and very short, the middle has pull through full hookup sites that are long enough to accommodate large RV's. But again, the sites are very close together and there isn't much room between RV's. Spotless washrooms and showers. Conveniently located on the edge of Creston. Would stay here again for an overnight stay.

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We stayed in the Friends Camprground which is right next to the lake and the sandy beaches. The sites are open and don't provide much privacy but have electric hookup. Sandspit Campground is more shaded and private but have no hookups. The lake is one of the most beautiful lakes that one will ever camp near. Great for kayaking and swimming and does have a boat launch. There is also a spawning channel for the Kokanee salmon that is within the campground. We were there during spawning season which is a neat thing to see. There are lots of trails within the campground but many were closed due to bears in the area because of the spawning. They also have a dog beach very close to the campground. We will return.

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We stayed in Gilmore Loop, which has paved roads and fairly level paved sites. Great location just miles from main highway to Coeur d'Alene. Very clean and well looked after. Right on a nice large lake, miles of hiking trails and a historic navy museum within the park. The sites in the Gilmore loop are big and can accommodate large RV's. Some of the other loops have tighter roads and smaller sites. We originally booked for 4 nights and ended up staying 6 as we loved it so much. We will return here.

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First come, first serve park. Beautiful setting and nice paved sites with full hook-ups. Quiet park with spacious, clean sites with a good mix of shade and open space. No cell service. Ocean and beach is 1/2 mile hike from park. Hike to Heceta Head Lighthouse has some steep parts but is well worth it once you arrive. This is one of the nicest parks that we have stayed at but even in mid September it was full by late afternoon.

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We stayed in Loop O which has more non-shaded sites than any of the other loops. Very large campground with paved roads and sites, lots of full hook-ups and with multiple sizes to fit large RV's. Many walking and biking trails to different attractions within the park including being very close to the ocean with miles of beach that can be walked or driven along. The grounds and washrooms are kept very clean. Beautiful location and setting which we would return to.

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Fee includes $7 daily park pass. This is by far the best campground we have stayed in. We were in the Gobbler Grove loop. All paved, level, full hook up sites. Very clean, roomy sites with nice views. Great system of trails for hiking and biking. We will be back.

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Fee includes $9 daily park pass. Excellent campground with paved, level, roomy sites. Very clean, well maintained. We stayed in Abilene loop. Good Wi-Fi. Beach is within walking distance. One of the best systems of trails for walking, running, or biking. We will be back.

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Very well maintained park with outstanding customer service. Well away from I-25 so that it is peaceful and quiet. As is typical with KOAs, sites are very close together and crowded with 90 degree turns into the pull-throughs. Mostly gravel sites. We were only there for an overnight stay and would do the same again.

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Very nice looking park but it is a typical KOA that the sites are very crowded, especially in the water/power only section. There is no room to put out an awning and your neighbour's slide is within a couple feet of your door. If you want more space, there are sites with ample room but are much more expensive. There are a lot of amenities for families and is kept clean. It is OK for an overnight stay but way too expensive.

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This was our second visit and again it was great. Nice large sites cut out of the forest. Runs along a beautiful river. No hook-ups. No showers. Combination of pit and flush toilets. Nice man made lagoon for swimming. Hiking trails that lead to a nice waterfall within the campground. More hiking trails nearby. We will stay here again.

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This is one of the most beautiful parks we have camped in. Well laid out, large, level, paved sites and roads. Back in sites are set up with good angles for backing into. Very, very clean with hiking trails and easy access to river. Huge trees provide lots of shade but there are also sites that have more sun. We will definitely be back.

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Park is 6 miles from Nakusp right on Upper Arrow Lake. Majority of sites back onto lake and have direct access to the beach. Very well shaded and clean sites in an incredibly beautiful area. No services and pit toilets (but kept very clean). The inside sites (that don't back onto the river) are bigger and would accommodate the really large units. I rated it an 8 because I put a value on having services. Also, no dump station at park so need to fill up with water and dump in Nakusp. We will come back.

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First time stay. Beautiful campground with big, fairly level, gravel sites. We stayed in the sites that back onto the river which all are nice. Sites are staggered and privacy is little but the environment makes up for that. Only thing that prevents this from being a 10, as another poster mentioned, is no sewer hookups. We booked on-line and paid $34/night along with $6.50 reservation fee and $5 non resident fee. We will be back.

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There are two campgrounds right at Mt Robson - Robson Meadows and Robson River - we stayed at Robson Meadows. Nice level sites which are well treed and lots of space in between sites (especially on the outside circle). Main roads are paved, sites are gravel. No service sites but they do have a couple of shower houses and lots of very clean pit toilets. Great views and lots of hiking in area. We stayed five days and will return.

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A lot of nice big sites, well treed and very spacious in between sites. Very secluded area (closest store or anything is an hour away) with an absolutely beautiful lake and river. Did not swim in lake but it looked very inviting! No showers or running water but the pit toilets are some of the cleanest we have seen. The only downside in my opinion is that it is about 37km off the highway on a dusty dirt road. Everything was coated with a thick layer of dust. Other than that, we really liked the place and would probably go back.