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Many worker trailers here, and some have trashy looking sites. Two of them have dog kennels in the back. Barking is common at all hours of the day and night. We won't be back. Too bad, as this used to be a very pleasant park.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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Would have been a more pleasant stay, unfortunately the sheer number of barking dogs make the park unpleasant. Owner/managers stay right on premises, but did nothing about the dog noise.

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Quiet park, off the beaten track. Close to Malheur National Wildlife refuge, Steens Mtns, other scenic attractions. Small store, saloon, propane, fuel on premises. Cell phone signal very weak, WiFi signal decent. Mgt does have ATVs that go through the park a little too quickly for us. Rigs are generally spaced on every other site, although sometimes that doesn't happen even when there's no other rigs in the row. We'll still come back here from time to time.

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Nice park. Friendly staff, wide sites, strong WiFi signal. No barking dogs or dogs running loose. Tall pine trees cast a welcome shade. We'll come here again.

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The sites are quite wide and spacious. The park rules, however, are largely ignored. Camper's dogs can be seen running loose, many of the permanent campers live in old trailers with a lot of junk laying around, vehicles commonly park on the grass, and the WiFi is quite weak. If those problems were fixed, we'd be happy to come back time and time again.

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Nice park. Quite a bit of shade, the grounds were kept neat, and the owners were helpful. A little noise from the freeway can be heard, but it is minimal. Dogs can be treated to a enclosed dog run, where they can run off-leash. We'll come back from time to time.