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Nice park, long, level sites for our big rig....plenty of room for car, too. Good signage and convenient to I80. No cable, good satellite reception but spotty OTA reception. Charged $3/ person for our friends to come and visit for 2 hours, but since the Passport America rate was only $19 (cash), I didn't protest.

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This was a small park with plenty of shade trees, green grass, and lush flower beds everywhere. In spite of all the trees, our satellite worked! It seemed a little cramped, but we got the 45 foot motorhome in and out with no problems. Folks were super nice here. we would stay here again!

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This was a nice park in a lovely town. We thoroughly enjoyed the beach and did spend some time swimming in the river. The park is laid out well and there was plenty of room for our 45' motorhome and the Jeep. It is a short ride to get to the Coeur d'Alene bike trails, which are fabulous. The folks in the office could not have been nicer! We would stay here again.

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OK ...to be fair .... this was a very crowded park on a hot August weekend. Kids, dogs, boats everywhere. Sites were very close together. A combination of bad GPS instructions and insufficient signage resulted in us missing the turn, ending up on a dead end road, having to disconnect the car to back up the bus. Upon our eventual arrival, after negotiating our way through this super crowded park, we arrived at our site, and promptly stepped in dog droppings, which were EVERYWHERE. Need I say more? The police (2 cars) arrived after dark that night, with lights and sirens. Never did find out what that was about. Maybe all of this is not management's fault, but the aggregate affect of all these issues for us results in this poor rating.

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This park was a gem ... small, spacious, grassy area along the river. Spacious sites, and while there are plenty of shade trees, our satellite worked in our pull through. A nice spot near town, and a great value for the price!

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A beautiful state park, with spacious sites, including a full-hookup loop with sites large enough for a big rig. Nice bike trails, and a great view of the Columbia River. Lush green grass, and some trees, but but we were able to get a spot where our satellite worked!

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A basic campground, with gravel sites fairly close together....but what a location! Right on the bay and right on the bike path. Great views of the water, the commercial ships and pleasure boats. Miles of great bike rides right at your door .... can ride to town for supplies or a meal out, or can ride an old railway bridge across the bay, and watch the seals and their pups playing in the water. You can pick buckets of wild blackberries all along the trail and buy fresh, live Dungeness crabs at the docks. What more could you ask for? People at the office were super nice and accommodating. Loved this spot and would go back, for sure!

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We chose this park as we wanted a safe place to leave the coach plugged in while we took a trip. While they do offer a monthly rate to select customers, we were not able to get that lower monthly rate. Since we were not in residence there for 23 out of 30 days, some kind of discount would have been nice, but that did not happen. The sites were small and fairly close together, but with some creative maneuvering, we were able to fit the Jeep and the 45 ft motorhome into our assigned space. The people were certainly very nice in the office.

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This was a fine place for a big rig to stop for an overnight, just off of I10. It was not very busy, and the pull through was large enough to accommodate our 44 ft motorhome with the Jeep still hooked up. The check in process was quick and and the lady was very friendly. Best of all .... it was within walking distance to a pretty good steakhouse! I would definitely stay here again.

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This was an OK place to stay for a week. Easy access from the interstate and well marked signage. Our long pull-through with 50 amps (there are limited number of sites with 50 amp) was not terribly level, but we were able to work it out. Everything was dirt and gravel but the ground was hard packed and stable. The folks running the campground were very nice. Great location for sightseeing and for access to Rapid City. We would stay here again, but would try for a more level site. Rate reflects the Passport America discount.

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Previous reviews about tight turns are correct, but it was manageable. Overall, this is a nice spot. We were unable to level automatically on this site due to too much slope, but we were able to get reasonably level. We could live with it for 4 days. Some sites are level, we just weren't given one. We are a big rig and were able to negotiate all turns. The surface is coarse gravel and is very hard and stable. The sewer connections are sometimes distant from the rig, but again, manageable. Bike path is immediately adjacent to park. Great location central to many activities.

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This is a great state park, especially for big rigs! Easy access from the interstate, and well-marked. Wide roads, long pull-through sites with paving and concrete slabs. Full hookups. Wonderful bike trails, and great views of the city and the mountains! Deer wandering through in the early morning and evening hours. We were in the Buffalo Loop, site 142. Very nice campground hosts. we would definitely stay here again. The daily rate includes a $9/day vehicle charge (they give you a free pass for the toad).

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This is pretty basic camping. Find the Campground Host and he will help you find a site. It had rained hard here several times before we arrived, and there was a lot of standing water and the ground was soft. We were worried about driving onto the grass in a big rig, but the host found a spot where there was concrete, so we were all set. This is central to everything in Sioux Falls and is uncrowded and reasonably quiet on this Labor Day weekend. Can't beat the price -- with full hookups- we would stay here again for sure!

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This was a nice spot for an overnight. Only a mile off the Interstate, with a paved pad, and full hookups including cable and Wi-Fi, for only $22/night (plus taxes). This was the discounted Escapees rate. There is very frequent and very convenient shuttle service to the casino. We signed up as new Rewards members in the casino and were given $10 each in free plays, so the net cost for staying there was about even. We even won a little money which almost paid for our dinner. Overall, a very nice way to spend an evening. Only downside was that our site was supposed to be 50 ft long, but we were just barely able to fit, and connect the power cord, and still have room to park the jeep. We did fit, but it was tight.

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We love this campground. OK, it is a marina parking lot, but it has full hookups, the sites are wide enough to accommodate our 43 ft motorhome with slides out, and the Jeep parked alongside. We are looking out at boats cruising the harbor, and ships transiting the aerial bridge one block away. It is walking distance to Canal Park, with many restaurants and attractions, bike paths, etc. What is not to like? We would definitely stay here again!