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I feel they have achieved many aspects of what a "Resort" RV park should be. There are wide paved roads with over 100 long pull-throughs with the rest (perimeter) being back-ins. The sites are concrete with a paved area for your tow and a beautiful patio of green Astor-turf with a nice, clean patio table. There are many trees, but no shade as the park is only 5 years old. Their restrooms and laundry facilities are super clean and new. The cable is over 70 channels and the Wi-Fi is outstanding. There's a small pool and a nice size spa at the clubhouse (which is a long walk for the folks at the north end of the park). The staff are very friendly, they escort you to your site then they leave you alone. The location is perfect; close to everything with the Sparks Marina and Scheels Mall across the way. Okay, here's my take on the pet friendly issue: Yes, you are required to take your dog to the dog runs in the corners of the park all the while praying they don't have an accident on the Astor-turf on the way. However, the upside of Astor-turf is it's wonderful to not step in marshy and/or muddy grass when you step out, or have sprinklers ruin your newly washed tow or RV, and lawn mowers and leaf blowers are not humming away in the morning when you're trying to sleep. Hence, if you're looking for a "campground" environment with flies, fleas, bees, and dirty shade trees, this is not the place for you.

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We should know by now that when a park is this big there will be a lot of full-timers and/or extended stays. This park is no exception. To their credit: they appear to make every effort to not have junked-up RV's and the sites are well-kept (green grass) and their Wi-Fi is outstanding! Maybe this is the best park near Portland, but we were not real happy with the surrounding area. You just kind of feel like you're in the middle of a big town. In addition, the train (on the northern property line) runs all day and all night. The good news is: there's a great restaurant serving amazing food called Bumpers Grill & Bar only a couple of miles away.

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This park is very well-located for visiting Coeur d` Alene: which is a beautiful town. It is on the Spokane River with its own sandy beach lined with Adirondack chairs. The facilities (laundry, restrooms, game room, etc.) are very nice and clean. However, the individual sites run from very good to poor. There is an artery road that is paved and the rest of the park is grass and gravel. They have many pull-through sites, but the roads are tight. Also, try to avoid sites 158 through 172 as they're close to Hwy. 95. They claim to have more river sites than they actually do. Sites 114, 113, 72, 61, 50, 51, 52, and 53 are the only unobstructed river views. Their "river" sites 115 through 122 are on the river: but the water is hard to see due to heavy trees and foliage. I would also suspect that satellite may be challenging at those sites. The Wi-Fi is confusing as when it's available it's very strong and fast. Unfortunately, sometimes during day or night (never the same time) you can't get it at all! Cable is very basic (14 channels). All and all, the staff is great and the location can't be beat for visiting the beautiful town of Coeur d` Alene and the lake.

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As stated in previous reviews, this is two parks: a KOA and an upscale motorcoach resort. The resort will one day, be an amazing destination resort. However, at this point only about 45 sites are finished and/or sold, and the planned clubhouse, tennis courts, and pool seem to be on hold. Sites are being offered for sale and then it appears, go in to a rental pool (like Outdoor Resorts, Sunland, etc.) Be sure to request a pull-in with a view of Flathead Lake (I like sites 154 thru 158 and 172 thru 181). All sites are huge concrete pads with a large grassy area and many of the sold sites are beautifully upgraded. It's important to note that you will have an outstanding view of Flathead Lake, but in the foreground you will have a small airport. We love watching the planes take off and land (not too busy) although some may not. A huge plus for us is the daily site trash pick-up and newspaper delivery. The Wi-Fi is fast and solid, and there are about 60 cable channels. When this place is complete, you will not find a better resort in all of Montana.

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By far, the best RV sites we have ever seen! They are all concrete and 70' to 90' long and a 30 x 40' concrete patio with a table, in addition to a beautiful green lawn between sites. Unbelievable! With that you are contiguous to a very nice 18-hole championship golf course. It appears that about 50% of the sites back right up to the golf course. When booking, if you request a golf course site, make sure you determine if they're back-in or pull-in, although I think they try to place 5th wheels and motor homes accordingly. The overall park is spotless, huge paved roads, very nice outdoor pool, about 40 cable channels, excellent (free) Wi-Fi, and a darn good restaurant (more for breakfast than dinner) at the golf course clubhouse. The town of Deer Park has all the basics: grocery, vet, restaurants; and a very nice urban sprawl area of Spokane with movie theaters and great restaurants is only 20 minutes south. And, what a bargin: stay one week for $31/day and you receive a substantial discount for golf!

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The big draw here are the incredible pools and the beautiful grassy area surrounding them. So, if it's summer and you like to swim this could be fun; but it's not a destination resort. Without a boat there is not a lot to do at Moses Lake. The pull-throughs are paved and adequate in length and width with a huge grassy patio area. However, the back-ins are so short that the paved roads, which are teeming with tow-cars and 5th wheel trucks; makes it really tight. Wi-Fi is good: but no cable is a bummer. It's a good place to stop halfway between Seattle and Spokane and well-located right off Interstate 90.

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The 15 bay front sites in the lower park are the best bet here. They're pull-in and have an awesome view from your windshield; they're right on the water! They are plenty long about 70', gravel sites with grass patio and picnic table. The rest of the park is adequate, but definitely does not offer the view and/or the "wow" factor you get on the bay front. The roads are gravel and there is are no shade trees. (Great for satellite reception). Trash, as well as laundry are not well-located (at the entrance of the upper park). However, the Wi-Fi is the BEST and strongest I have experienced all summer! Note: Don't use your GPS; it will take you past the park. Take the first Fidalgo Bay right that you see right after the intersection light at the Fidalgo Country Inn. We would absolutely come back and stay here is we could get the bay front sites; the overall area feels like Maine

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Very unique, in that you feel like you are in a remote mountain village when, in fact, you're just minutes away from Seattle. This is a very nice, clean park with two small lakes teeming with ducks and fish (no swimming). Pull-thrus with lake views through your windshield are 18 through 25. Cable is very basic, but satellite works well. WI-Fi is only available at the office/laundry area or maybe sites contiguous or closer; that prevents me from rating the park higher. However, the best place to be when visiting Seattle.

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If you're looking for an RV park right ON the Columbia River - this is it! Wow, what a spectacular view! From 76 sites, 22 are facing the river. For big rigs, ask for sites 49 through 58; they're pull-through and very long with water views. Sites 1 through 10 also have wonderful views of the water, but not as long. Threaded sewer fittings are required (its a law). They are also for sale in the office. In addition, bring extra sewer hose and cable as the hook-ups are at the very back of your site. The roads are paved and the overall park is very easy to navigate. Our pull-through site was gravel and the patio is half gravel/half grass with a table. Maybe it's the time of year, but I wished the grass was greener; it was very dry (brown). The fishing is good and many people were fishing. Be sure to bring a long "surf" pole and 6 to 8 oz. weights to be able to get out to where the fish are from shore. A big surprise (and delight) were all the massive ships passing by throughout the day. There's a pool (no spa), cable is adequate (only 24 channels) but satellite is unobstructed. Wi-Fi is very fast, but only free if you stay a week or more. The town of Woodland (3 miles east) is cute and has all the amenities you would need. The owners are very helpful and pleasant..We'll be back!

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This is, by far, the best RV resort on the Oregon Coast. Keep in mind, however, that it is a big rig RV resort - not a campground with lots of trees and firepits. It is paved roads and concrete pads with grass between sites. Although the park is right on the Pacific ocean, very few sites have direct ocean views; AND they're about $90/day. But the entire resort is so beautiful, it really does not matter where your site is. It is very well located in the northern part of Newport close to all the restaurants and shopping. They offer a big clubhouse, store, and two pools. I would have rated a 10 except for two essential details: They do not offer daily trash pick-up and, most importantly, the office staff (both women) are extremely rude and aloof. They barely look up from their computers and do not smile - ever! My husband thinks that it is because we are not owners (you can also purchase sites here). However, they still have a lot to sell, so you would think at a wonderful place like this the management could find happier people.

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This is a picture perfect location. You're up on a cliff overlooking the Alsea Bay along with the beautiful bay bridge with the ocean in the background. We like this location as it does not get as windy and/or foggy as being right on the beach. However, there is a quick path down to the beach. It appears that the new owners are doing everything they can to make this a 10 Star resort. They don't have concrete sites (they're gravel), but I actually think that would detract from the feeling of camping in a treed park that you get when you're here. They must have fixed the Wi-Fi problem noted in previous posts as works and it is very fast. In addition, our satellite works well and they give you cable. They don't have a pool, but there's always the ocean!

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We were here last December and it was snowing, now we're back and it's even more beautiful than we remembered. This is, by far, the most perfect RV resort we have ever visited. Beautiful location in somewhat of a valley surrounded by trees with a creek running through it. It is spotless, with every amenity you could ever imagine. All sites are concrete with ample sized patios with tables for four and a grassy area. The park is run by the 7 Feathers Casino that is across the freeway and offers shuttle service to all the restaurants (which are actually pretty good). Unfortunately, that's about it for the immediate area unless you want to travel about 23 (easy) miles on 5 Frwy. to Roseburg. They are very big rig friendly with huge pull-thrus as well as big back-ins that offer views of the creek. One thing to note when you're making a reservation: If you ask for an end site, be sure to also ask that you want your patio on the curbside. We failed to do so and our patio faces the neighboring coach, while our driver's side has this nice big corner of no use to us. I counted about 11 sites like this and I am sure there's a compelling reason, (as these guys really know what they're doing) but we would have preferred our patio at curbside. However, Big Deal, this place is perfect.

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We went for the river front site and it's not really that close, but probably as close to the river as you can get and still have full hook-up. This is a very nice park, but definitely not the "spit and finish" of a 10 rated resort park. In addition they do not offer some of the amenities offered at top parks - i.e., escort to your site, trash pick-up at your site, concrete patios, (theirs are gravel and un-mowed grass), and no clubhouse/restaurant or store. They DO have great Wi-Fi, and amazing cable (about 75 channels). The sites are level and concrete and the roads are paved. There are some long-term - but not permanent residents; they all look well-kept. If you ask for the river view sites make sure (if you have a motorhome) that they are the pull-ins that face the river (many are not). Sites 19 through 27 seem to have the best views, but some rigs may be too long so you will need to go to R2, R4, or R6. Although the park is right off the freeway, you can not see it or hear it. Unless, you're closer to the entrance on the interior sites. They're about 20 minutes to Lake Shasta (an easy drive on I- 5).

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I will never understand why a park owner would create long pull-throughs, then stick trees so close that you can't open your slides!!! Such was the case here. The tight trees also complicate your satellite reception. Overall however, this is a good location; very clean with picnic tables at every site. The reception was very pleasant (nice people) (great cookies)and they escort you to your site. Sites are gravel with paved streets. They have propane, and decent cable reception. Great for over-night and would be a good base for downtown.

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Wow! This is a perfect resort park if you're traveling on Hwy 99; especially, if you're looking for a great place to over-night and do not want to un-hook. It is very easy off and on the freeway (but 3 blocks west, hence no noise). They have at least 80 60' to 70' pull-throughs and, most importantly, they have a really good restaurant/bar located in the clubhouse. There is a very nice pool and spa and a beautiful outside patio (attached to the restaurant) with lots of seating and an outside fireplace. They have every amenity (except tables on the patios), but great Cable TV, 50 amp, great Wi-Fi, as well as a bank of at least 5 computers to use in the clubhouse,and nice concrete patios surrounded by a grassy area. Sites are compressed dirt, very level, and the roads are paved This is not a destination park as, let's face it, it's in Bakersfield. But what a great place for over-night. It would also be perfect for rallies and/or large parties. Great place!