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The park itself is very nice: indoor pool, well manicured grounds, tennis courts, game room, etc. However, the owners/managers are fanatical about dogs walking on their grass. They both told me to get my dog off the grass and take him to the doggie area even though we were just out for a walk- not looking for a place to "go". There is little to do but relax here and decent restaurants are non existant. The roads to this campground are horrible...lots of potholes. When we got ready to leave, we were told there is an easier way to get in and out. MapQuest gives the bad road as the only way in and out. Get directions when calling for reservations. There is another, more park-like state campground along the Columbia River that is more people/dog friendly.

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This is luxury! The campground was immaculate, well groomed, and quiet. There is a playground, basketball court and swimming pool but I never saw anyone using them. There are large fields nearby to pick wild blackberries or exercise your dog. Nearby, are antique shops and a variety of other shopping. The first morning we were there, the sky was filled with beautiful hot air balloons! The only possible 'down side' is that if the wind is blowing, you will probably know you are in a dairy farming area. The air was clear and fresh most of the time. We will definitely go back!

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Nice park with lots of trees and grass. Office staff are also helpful. Easy walk to downtown area and shopping. Town has any and everything you could ask for. Some RV spots are difficult to get in to if there are extra vehicles in sites across the street. This is a very family friendly park and is sometimes on the noisy side. Lots for kids of all ages to do: playground, sand box, basketball, pool tables, and swimming pool.