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RV Price appears to have gone up to $28. Tenting is $13. Although ground is uneven, you can find semi level sites. Power was good and DTV Sat access was good in site 8 away from the row of tall trees.

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Rate was for a week for a 30 amp site. Park has many long term sites around the edges. Sites for both large and smaller rigs require careful parking of your tow or truck. This is especially true in the overnight 30 amp area. As mentioned earlier, several roads are very narrow with vehicles sticking out into the roads from sites.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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Park was pretty busy the weekday nights we were here, so recommend making a reservation...just to be sure of a site. Wifi was pretty useless in the sites furthest from the office. It worked quite well near the laundry.

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Stayed on Saturday night. Park was mostly full. Glad we made a reservation. FWIW, we noticed a couple rigs were parked in sites during day, but not hooked up. They left before dark and the sites were subsequently filled by incoming rigs. Be wary of the speed bumps, they only partially cover the whole width of the entrance and exit lanes. They can cause a lot of rocking and rolling as you drive to and from the RV parking area.

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Agree with previous comments. Park is still clean and well maintained with very helpful owners. Park was pretty full over Labor Day weekend, but emptied out the day after. Price is a bargain. Only negative is that some of sewer connections were elevated off the ground thus making dumping a little tricky, i.e. dumping uphill.

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Electric, water, cleanliness were all good. Earlier comments are still valid. However, our VZN phones worked okay here. Had difficulty with Direct TV Sat signal at our site. Many sites were taken by annual users. Was told that this park was busier this year than it has been in the past. One innovation was the use of "speed divots" in the roadways to help enforce the 5 mph speed limit. They appear to work.

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One of the better 1000 Trails parks. Sites level and well maintained. Have stayed here a couple times. Appears more and more sites are being taken by long term campers and not being used during the week. Power was good. Since the park is out in the country, local TV and cell phone coverage wasn't very good.

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Here during Labor Day weekend. Power in Phase 2 section was horrible. Averaged around 103 volts. My surge protector tripped 4-5 times over three days. After afternoon storm, water puddled everywhere including around power boxes. Left early because we were concerned about damage to rig equipment. Staff were friendly and helpful. Enjoyed breakfast at KOA cafe.

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Overall a well kept park, except for the power. One site's 30A plug was melted and power at our site was around 116v with only 1/3 the sites in use. Be aware of the nearby train tracks where the passing trains freely use their horn.

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Location is great for both downtown and airport. Park appears to be pretty busy. Staff were very helpful. Wi-Fi was fast. AT&T cell worked well. Power and water good. Be wary of berries from trees dropping on roof and slide toppers. Entrance to park is a little hidden so be careful. Left hand turns into park require crossing busy two lane section of road. Turn is almost a U turn.

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Big thing to watch for in sites in A section is goat's head stickers. Like many TTN Parks the roads are not being kept up. Road leading to gatehouse was pretty dusty. AT&T cell works with LTE signal. Staff friendly and helpful. Many deer roaming the area at this time of year.

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The good is that everything worked. Wifi, ATT signal, and power were good. No real issue with mosquitoes or flies. The bad was that it was a little dusty in the overnight spots from the traffic driving through the park to get to the adjoining mini golf and go cart track. Water was hard, but tasted okay. Most of the existing spots were taken by long term residents, however, they are expanding and adding another 30 or so sites. Park wasn't real busy while we were here. Was able to use PA for a couple nights.

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We stayed here with a caravan. Owners grouped us in a large lot with 30 amp power. We were able to dump and fill water both before and after parking here. Beware that mosquitoes and black flies can be bad at this time of year, so bring your spray. Owners were very attentive, treated us very well in addition to watching over our rigs while we were in Churchill. No wifi at campground, but able to use wifi at Tim Hortons or McDonalds in town. ATT (Rogers) phone service did work here.

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Appears the family of the owners is now taking care of the park. Still a friendly, well kept, and quiet stopover. Great value considering costs at nearby cities. Drive slowly as there are some poorly maintained roads leading to the park. Would definitely consider stopping again when we pass back through here.

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The park is clean and well kept. At least 1/2 the park is long termers. The entrance and the park roads get a little clogged when RVs arrive during the afternoon rush. We arrived on a hot day (90+) and most everyone had their A/C working. Voltage readings were different (108/123) on the two legs of our 50A hookup. Today with fewer A/C's going, the readings were 116/122. Sites are generally north or south facing. Thus, you have a choice of easy Sat TV access or shade from trees. Since the cable works well, if possible, I would choose a north facing site with shade on a hot day. This place is expensive for what you get, but this is the going rate for parks in the area.