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This is a very nice, pretty park with lots of trees and grass. Nice landscaping. Office staff was great and very helpful. Sites are spacious. Park is easy in and out. We would stay here again.

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This park is nothing special, just a dirt parking spot. But it was the closest to the dam. We had planned on doing the night light show and wanted not to have to drive far in the dark. Cable tv was excellent. Bathrooms are older but adequate. There are prettier park in nearby towns. We would probably not stay here again but only because we have been there, done that.

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This is a gorgeous park with lots of grass and trees. The sites are nice and large on grass and alternate backing in so that you are not close to your neighbor. The park was full of camping families due to the amenities geared to the kids. There is a nice pool in the park and everyone was rafting in the Methow River. No cable but good wifi.

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This is a large pretty park with lots of huge trees and shade. There would normally be green grass, but they are suffering with a drought this year. As usual, this KOA is geared towards the kiddies. The sites are spacious and away from each other. This is a combination Thousand Trails/KOA park. We would stay here again when passing through.

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This park has a few waterfront sites and had we stayed in one of those, our review would probably be higher. We were in one of the back in sites with no view. The roads are gravel and thus, it is dusty. Some of the sites are very close and tight. It is nothing special. We were disappointed. We love the area, but would not travel up to this area again just for a parking spot in a gravel lot.

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The selection of parks in this area is poor and this park is the best in Sequim. It is a basic, gravel parking lot with a somewhat view of the marina. The name of the park has changed and the sign for the park is hard to read, but it is the park right across the street from the marina. The showers are clean and the laundry is older. We used the laundromat in town which was excellent. The manager is very friendly and helpful. This area is beautiful and there is lots to do. WiFi was ok and cable was excellent. We will stay here again when in the area.

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This park is a gravel parking lot. The restrooms are clean. Maintenance on the property could be improved. But the RV park has sites facing the ocean, which is excellent. The nice beach is a very short, easy walk from the park. However, if you are searching for a warm beach spot, this is not the place. It is foggy and cool a lot. There is not much in La Push so you must get supplies in Forks. We loved it and will return.

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This is a very pretty park with lots of trees and spacious sites. But the best part of this park is the pride of ownership of the owners. They are constantly cleaning and maintaining the park, and go out of their way to make sure everyone is comfortable. The park is spotless and everything works well. It was packed over the 4th of July holiday and yet everything ran smoothly with all of the kiddies being entertained. The beach is nothing special but it is fun for kids and dogs and clam diggers. We would stay here again. It is definitely a hidden gem.

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This is an older park that is about 11 miles north of Ilwaco. Some of the sites do have a distant view of the ocean but it is not worth paying extra for. If you are able, you can walk to the beach, but it is quite a ways. We checked other parks in the area, and the walk to the beach is about the same. This park has not been kept up as some of the other parks have, but it is adequate. Cable is fair, restrooms are clean, laundry is cheap but only one machine. We would stay here again.

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This is a beautifully maintained park located right on the banks of the Columbia River. You can spend your days watching ships of all sizes pass by right in front of your rig. The owners show pride in their property and are constantly working to keep the property in pristine condition. Others complain about too many rules (ie, do not park on the grass), but this is what keeps the park nice. It makes the list as one of our favorites in the country.

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This pretty park is located about seven miles north of Redding on Interstate 5, so there is no commute traffic in the morning. It is easy to find and easy to maneuver around in. The manager was very helpful and accommodating. All of the parks in Redding are nice and this one is no exception. We would stay here again when in the area.

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We have never given a park a terrible rating before this one. We are staying for three plus weeks. This park is geared towards families with kids. There are lots of things for the kiddies to do. We have no problem with the park appearance and the amenities available to kids. With that said, we do have issues with the staff and more precisely, the rules here. We arrived early (10:30 am). We were greeted by a clerk with a snotty attitude. She said she would have to charge us $10 for checking in an hour early. We said we would come back, and then she said she would waive the fee. Then we were told we would have to be in a back in site without sewer hookups. The park is literally empty now. We understand they will be full over the Memorial Day weekend, but there are lots of sites available for the next week and a half. We would then be charged a $5 to dump our sewer every five days. But the topper was when our local friends came to visit for dinner and were charged a $20 "day use fee". When we explained that they were not going to use any of the facilities, and that we would like to be able to visit with our friends (which is why we are here), we were told there would be no deviance from the rules. They would be charged for entry on the property every time at $20 per visit. This is ridiculous. The snotty attitude got even worse when the "manager" was citing the rules and the fact that she was just doing her job. We will not return. We will not recommend this park to anyone. There are other parks in the area that are adequate without the snottiness and incredulous rules.

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While this RV park is nothing special, the ambiance and view of the ocean is priceless. You are literally parked right on the beach. We watched whales every day. A new manager this year made our visit perfect. Gone are the bad attitudes we experienced in previous years. They are also in the process of upgrading the park which will add to its appeal. The bathrooms are public which makes them uncomfortable. OK cable and weak WiFi. We love it here and will gladly pay the premium price for the beauty and serenity.

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This pretty little park is located on the banks of the Rogue River. It has a country feel but is close to town and shopping. It is easy to find and easy to access. The owner is friendly and efficient and is always working on the property to keep it well maintained. The only negative is that the restrooms and laundry are up a steep flight of stairs. This is a new favorite of ours now and we will return.

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This park is not anything special. There is no cable and it is a basic parking lot, but it is sufficient for an overnight stay. We did not use the casino, but there is a shuttle service available. The sites are very spacious and there is a bush between each site, allowing for some privacy. We probably would elect to try another park in the area next time.