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We have a 45' coach that must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminate many choices of locations. This is a diamond in the rough. There appear to be many permanent residents, but the park is quiet and securely located. A wonderful park that we would definitely return to.

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We have a 45' motor home and must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminates many choices of locations. Checking in/out is a hassle as their are no signs to guide you. Suggest you ask for your assigned space and park. Then walk or drive or to the hotel for registration.

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We have a 45' motor home and must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminates many choices of locations. This is a very nice clean adjunct to the casino that is about one mile away. There are not a lot of spaces, but apparently enough to accommodate the traffic. There is a convenient fuel station across the street. The buffet at the casino is excellent. (of course)

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We have a 45' motor home and must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminates many choices of locations. If you have a spot right next to the water then the value would be more in line with the price. The only thing this place offers is proximity to Port Townsend and exceptional views.

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We have a 45' motor home and must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminates many choices of locations. This is a difficult park to rate because it has one BIG drawback. The train runs right beside the park and blows its whistle (day & night) for a nearby crossing. And, there are MANY trains. Take away the tracks and this would be a 9 or 10 rating in my book.

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We have a 45' coach and must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminates many choices of locations. We had reserved for one week, but when we were guided to our site in a large, low lying, field they took us to a spot covered with 2"-3" of water. We were told that it poured the prior two days. Duh: it is Oregon! I would have had to stand in 2"-3" of water to disconnect the toad, attach the power cord, and connect the sewer. We returned to the office for a refund and departed, never to return again.

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We have a 45' motor home and must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminates many choices of locations. Located right on 101, but was quiet never-the-less. The staff was friendly and helpful as we came in at the last minute.

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We have a 45' motor home and must be level in order to extend our slides. Our size and leveling limitations eliminates many choices of locations. We stay here each time we travel I-5. The food is good at the buffet and there is a Blue Beacon truck wash nearby.

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We have a 45' motor home which often limits are choices. Our pull thru site was very narrow and had to disconnect in order to fit on the space. A 40' would be fine on the spot. Having the fuel station close by was a plus. If you enjoy birds we observed everything from Orioles to Hawks.

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We have a 45' motor home which often limits are choices. This park was very conveniently located to Bakersfield and was quiet.

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We have a 45' coach which often limits our choices. We were pleasantly surprised at not only the size of each space, but also the overall cleanliness of the park. It was a joy to stay here.

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The rate reflects the campground's recent association with Passport America. You will need to ask for it! The sites are level even though they don't visually look like it. Interior roads are a bit tight, but passable with care. The campground itself is very pleasant in appearance with its layout. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful when we discovered that our site's electric was fried and had to move. Location is exceptional for easy access to Fall colors. Would definitely stay here again.

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Rate reflects a 1/2 day discount for a four night stay. The setting is lovely with back in sites only. The vast majority of sites back directly to the river's edge. We were here in the fall and the location and surrounding areas were fantastic for leaf peeping. Both Wi-Fi and cable TV were good. If you are an angler then you can enjoy casting ten feet from your door. Staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. If coming from the east on route 33, turn right just before the four lane. A highway sign at the turn showing camping "left." Ignore it and make the right hand turn. Would definitely stay here again.

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The rate reflects an out of season discount prior to the park closing 15 October for the winter. Both the Wi-FI and cable worked well. The setting is an island one mile into Lake Ontario is has exceptional views from just about every site. Because of the distance from shopping, the ability and desire to remain in the park for your activities would be helpful. Though I would certainly stay here again, I would not be willing to pay their normal rates.

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The rate reflects a blended discount using Passport America. This park is not a good choice if you are simply looking for a spot to stay overnight. It is too far from the Interstate. If, however, you need or desire to stay in the area then it is the best, if not the only choice available. The Wi-FI is offered, I was never able to get a strong enough signal to use it. Owner admitted the signal is weak. If you want TV then you will need your own satellite dish as it is too remote to receive over-the-air signals. We have stayed here before to enjoy the area that is predominately Amish farms.