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Beautiful RV park with paved roads and sites. Very clean and well cared for. Most sites are pull in or back in. Very little shade except for those sites which back up to the lake. The sites are well spaced with plenty of room between sites. Very nice camp store and reception area. Nice pool and patio area adjacent to the office. There is a huge pavilion for activities if it is raining. Frisbee course and a walking path are well cared for. At the end of the park there is a boat ramp and plenty of parking for boats. Swimming is allowed in that area. Party boats, canoes, and kayaks are available for rent. A zip line business is within walking distance. While we were there it was very quiet. Other than boats and the pool, not much for kids to do.

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There are very few good RV parks in Eastern OK; but this is pretty good. Roads are a mixture of dirt & gravel. Sites are dirt. Picnic tables and fire rings are provided. Sites are fairly narrow but okay. If you have a long rig try to get sites 5-11 which appear longer. Utilities are good. 65 channel cable. There are multiple nature trails at the western side of the park where you can walk you dog along with a fenced dog run of decent size. Folks in the office were super friendly. There are a few run down permanent resident sites. Note that the address will not come up on a GPS. Take exit 308 on I40 and head south for about half a mile. There are signs on both right and left and the entrance is on the right (west). Careful entering since the first turn will lead you into a tiny parking lot. You want the drive right along the row of trees. The owners here seem to be really trying to make this a nice park.

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Not much has changed here over the years. Dumpsters have been moved away from the coaches. Lots of cigarette butts and trash just outside of the service center doors. A few years ago Tiffin started to chip and roll the roads to keep down the dust. That was not kept up and now there are huge potholes and washouts in the roads. Recommend you come into the campground via Gates Road and park outside the Allegro Club to check in. Sites themselves are still gravel and turned to white sticky mud when it rained. Water was on in February. It is turned on depending on temperature and not just a set date. Careful walking with dogs since the employees drive through the facility at high speeds (same on Gates Rd). Considering what is available in the area, this is a good as it gets.

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This is a large gravel lot just west of the main intersection in Red Bay. If you are at the Allegro Service Center just go S toward town and take the right (W) after the Sunshine factory and to straight to the big turn South toward Tremont and the parks is on the left. Sites are gravel. Easy access. Good electric, water, and sewer. Fairly large sites. They are designed to be back in sites buy you can pull through to make it a pull through site. Lots of places to walk the dogs. Quiet. The Triffin service team comes here to check you in.

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This is our 7th visit to BT. That should say something. Office staff is the same and all are great - only place we have been where a renter is treated the same as an owner. You walk around and everyone waves and you make lots of friends. Access is very good. The expressway has been repaved. Note that there is a very large amusement park going in 2 miles north of the Resort so there is some construction traffic at times, and later in 2017 the park will open with an increase in traffic. If you know the local roads you can work around it. The resort is in pretty good shape. This place is so great that both owners and guests take pride in the place and have volunteered to work on small improvement projects like painting fences. But again, the best aspects are the staff and the people who stay here. Staff put on a great Christmas celebration, a great New Years celebration, and a great Valentines breakfast. We were sad to leave. But we already booked for 2017-2018.

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Read the instructions on the website as to how to get to the park. You have to come in from the South. Gravel roads. Gravel/concrete sites. Utilities good. Dog park was good size, plus there is room in the back of the park to walk in a field. There is only someone in the office in the early morning and in the evening; but there are available by phone. Recommend you make a reservation early in the morning for that day. This is a small park. Have stayed here before, and it's okay. Will likely stay here again.

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Access is good. Interior roads are very wide and paved. Sites are long, wide, level and paved. Utilities are very good. Small dog park (could be a lot bigger). But, lots of areas in a nature area to walk dogs on leash. Staff is very friendly. Landscaping is beautiful. The long term campers keep their sites neat. There is a gun club next door, and you can hear the shooting into the afternoon, and then is disappears. You can't hear it in the coach. We got a premium sited - but not sure what made it premium . . . it looked like the others. We have stayed here before, and will again. This place is a gem.

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This place is a gem in an area without many nice parks. Do not plug in the address on the web page. Just go to exit 342 on I-80 and go N 1/2 mile. Park is on E side. There is also a truck stop at that exit with easy access to diesel. Park has good gravel roads and sites. Sites are long and level. Interior has lots of room to walk dogs (though no off leash area). There is a pond with paddle boats, etc. Nice landscaping. The owner was picking up leaves when we arrived; the place is spotless. Owners were helpful and friendly - you even get home baked cookies that are wonderful. No cable, but there is good OTA channels and sat dish can be used. Will stay here again.

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I am an idiot. I stayed in this same park a couple of years ago in the summer and noted that the smell from the huge oil tanks adjacent to the park and the dust was horrid. Well, I made an error and came here again, thinking it was another KOA. Entrance road is paved. Rest of the park is gravel and dirt. Previous reviews mentioned mud. It is not mud. It is ooze - light brown, sticky, wet, ooze. And it is everywhere. Many campers were moving from site to site trying to find a site where their jacks could not sink. The upper part of the park is for permanent residents and has lots of gravel on the ground and good drainage; and the drainage is down to the over night sites. I recommend if you come here and there is rain in the forecast, bring rubber boots. The place needs about another 1000 yard of gravel. I would have given this place a 1, but they did put in a nice grass off leash dog run - so you can grow grass here and not just rocks. Note that the utilities are in the middle of the site, so you may need an extension to reach the electric, etc. Cable worked well although it was a wire that was underwater! Bring a flashlight since it is very dark at night. Some noise from the adjacent I-80. Lots of wind. I have again promised to never ever come here again.

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Easy to find off I-5. Interior roads are paved as are sites. Roads are wide. Sites are level and long. Green space between each site. Office staff was very helpful with directions. This park is very clean. There are multiple dumpsters and all are clean. There is a new centrally located shower room building. The back in sites are for long term residents but the rules keep those sites neat. The pull thru sites are for overnight or short term camping. If you have a dog there are two unfenced grass areas for the dogs. Otherwise there are "no dogs" signs on most areas, so walking the dogs is limited. There is a lumber mill next door, but it is fairly quiet; you can hear the hum of the blowers some but its not really annoying. You cannot hear the traffic on I-5, but at night we did hear the whistle of trains. Office store is extensive. Propane is sold on site. There is a restaurant adjacent to the park for breakfast and lunch. Biggest downside is the limited ability to walk a dog.

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This park is not in Port Angeles East. It is West of Port Angeles. Just stay on 101 thru the city and take a right on 112 and it is up the road about a half mile on the south side. Access road is Lower Dam Road, and entrance is on the east side. Entrance & most interior roads are paved. Most sites are gravel. Some are dirt. If you have a larger rig you want to have a pull thru on the upper section and if not move on. The lower sections are mostly back ins & are all sorts of angles. Ours was a back in over about 50' of mud and hump. Don't take a pull thru in the lower areas with anything over 26'. Most sites are close to one another. Staff is wonderful. They love to tell you about the area and their African Grey Parrot. They really try to help, but seem new at this. This park is really in the woods. Advertised dam is gone. There is a kiosk with info about its removal, but the walk to the dam site is a hike and will disappoint. Most disturbing in the park is the electrical. We ended up at a 30 amp site; but without any breakers. Seems lots of the newer wiring is via extension cords (really) laid on the ground. Pedestal had no on/off breaker switch. Some areas to walk dogs but no off leash area. Bring extra blocks for leveling the RV.

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When coming onto the island, take Spur 20 and the Fidelgo Bay road. Road is narrow, and there is a section that is not very good. Main internal road is paved, but roads leading to sites and the sites themselves are gravel but pretty level. There was some dust. This is a two part resort. The original part is adjacent to the water (there is a refinery across the bay) and has a gravel beach. The clubhouse is in this area. The second area is closer to the main entrance. Best sites, if you cannot get on the water, are the east facing pull in sites in the older part since you are looking at a green belt. The green belt contains the Thompson bike and walking path that runs about 5 miles total and its about 2.5 miles into town. Staff was great; very helpful with directions and suggestions. This park is about 10 minutes from downtown Anacordes. No off leash dog park, but there is a large grassy area to walk them, and you can walk them along the Thompson trail (but watch for the herds of rabbits and feral cats if you dogs will chase them). Utilities were good. Wifi was strong and cable was clear. We would stay here again.

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To get here go N 1 mile on US-2 from city center (there is a sign that says city center) and go S on Icicle Road. Keep going. This is a narrow, twisty road. When you get to the 3 mile marker look to your left for the entrance. Entrance is quite narrow and not well marked. Interior roads are mostly paved but really twisty and narrow. Scraped our coach on a tree. Most sites are back or pull in. If you have a 38' coach or longer they will put you in the "new" area (110-114). Note that to get to your site you must go up a gravel 30 degree slope and stop short of the boulders which stop you from going over a cliff to the river below. Really hard to unhook a towed from that position, but you can't do it elsewhere. To get out you have to call the office and have someone come and assist you in backing out! And its back thru the trees. Water outlet was within 5 inches of the sewer (look for the one for irrigation). Electric was very bad. 50 amp had a little as 71 volts on one leg and kept tripping. "Guide" showed up with a multi meter and checked it and said 113 is good the best they ever get is 113 volts. Had to go to a 30 amp plug and even then would not run 2 AC's. They have a significant electrical issue. The office staff told us that the site was fairly level and facing some trees along the river - it was but from 150 ft up! Even upon check in the office staff was rude and the camp "guides" were no better. Since we travel with dogs and could not rely on the electricity we bolted the next day. No refund. Despite the dust you can't wash your coach. No areas to walk the dogs since the new sites were the dog walking areas and other areas are actually marked "off limits areas". Sites are really tiny. Could not put out awnings without hitting next coach. Leavenworth is just not worth staying at this place. Higher rating must be from family members.

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Access is good, but if coming S on US 95 watch for the turn after the bridge since the turn lane is short. Interior roads are mostly paved, with mostly paved sites. Some of the sites are pretty short so make sure you have a long enough site when making a reservation. Water is high pressure so use a reducer. Electric was fine. Cable TV was not good and very grainy - but over the air channels and sat signals are available. Some smaller interior trees with lots of trees around the perimeter. Nice walking path. There is a beach with some reserved for the dogs. You can rent watercraft on site. Large grassy areas especially near the beach, but it is watered often and it is pretty soft. Even some of the pads are somewhat soft so we used blocks under our jacks. There is a large fenced dog run, but who ever built it does not own a dog. It is gravel and it is hard for dogs to walk on it. There are grassy sidewalks to a nearby restaurant on which you can walk your dogs. There is a dog run in town as well. Park is fairly well lit at night. No one said anything when the rig was washed. Very small campground store. Staff was very helpful. If you are planning on staying here, reservations are a must. I gave them a point reduction for the lousy cable and gravel dog park.

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Access good. Interior roads paved and sites gravel. Sites are level or close to level. Note that if you are towing, and if you pull forward to clear the road, you may need an extension on your electrical cord or hose. So when you park, look at where the pedestal is at the back of the site. Utilities were good except for the cable. If you want to use a satellite, get a site on the outer south side loop. Grounds are beautiful with flowers everywhere. Staff was helpful and friendly. Note that you need a reservation here since it is usually filled up by mid afternoon. You can hear a train in the distance, but it is not an issue. There is no real road noise. No off leash dog area, but plenty of areas to walk the dogs. We really like this place.