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This park has gained a number of full timers with unkempt sites over the past few years. However, the park is better than average and worth the $20 per night Passport Fee. It is primarily gravel and dirt and all utilities performed adequately. However, there are better choices in Albuquerque for better maintained parks.

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This was a decent park with electric and water at each site. We camped in a short back-in along the Red River and were very pleased with the location and landscaping. We did find that the site was not level and took some extra time to get set up properly. We would camp here again.

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This is a very well maintained park with excellent landscaping and spacious pull throughs. Both WIFI and cable TV performed well as did all utilities. The only area of disappointment was the showers. They contain no hooks for your clothing and the dressing areas were far too small. Additionally, they were in need of a cleaning during our visit.

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This is a well run good KOA facility. The spacious sites and all interior roads are gravel. We found the owners to be very helpful and attentive. The park is in good condition considering the harsh winter environment. We would stay again if we happen to pass through Bismarck.

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This is an absolutely wonderful park that contains so many amenities that it is hard to not rate it a 10. It is a large park fronting Lake Coeur d'Alene with very ample sized sites and well placed utilities. Showers and toilets are in individual private rooms that are well maintained. On site recreational activities include swimming, fishing, boating and kayaking. This would be a great place to spend an entire summer.

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This is an older park located in a very run down area of Yakima. Unfortunately, most of the inhabitants are permanent locals. The site was adequate and reasonably maintained. The shower and bathroom facilities were also clean and well maintained. We also found the staff helpful and friendly. However, we did not feel safe in the surroundings.

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This is a very small no frills park on the same site as a catamaran construction company. All sites overlook a river and it is quite picturesque. The sites are fairly level and utilities are in top shape. These is Wi-Fi but no cable TV and no restrooms or showers. We did not have much luck accessing the Wi-Fi. Overall, you can't beat the $20 price.

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This is a beautifully kept park with level concrete pads and immaculate landscaping. There was more than enough space for our Itasca Navion and toad. Shower facilities were also immaculately maintained. This was the second park we rated at the 10 level on the Oregon coast.

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This is one of the nicest state run parks that we have ever stayed in. It has paved interior rides and nicely maintained sites. Our site was a full hookup which performed without problems. It appears that full hookup sites may also be rented to non RVers and used for other functions. The shower facilities were nicely maintained but the restrooms could have used more service.

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There are very few parks that have earned a perfect score from us. This is one of those. This is not a large park, but all the facilities are immaculate, functional, and the landscaping is impeccable. Level and spacious concrete pads made it a pleasure to set up. There is no dust and mud on these premises. You could practically eat off the pavement. Congratulations to owners on a job well done.

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This park is well done for a remote location. We stayed in a pull through (site 6) that had asphalt pavement. Only objection was that it was not level. The park is situated in the trees and these do not present any problems for maneuvering. It is convenient to Crater Lake NP. We would return.

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For a remote location this is a pretty good park. The year 2014 has been a drought season for this area of California along with wildfires. The owners have done a good job maintaining and operating the park under these harsh conditions.

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This park is clean and well maintained. The sites are level concrete pull-throughs with large gravel areas and picnic tables. Very few trees on the premises. Personally, we like the lack of trees and grassy areas. No dust or mud problems. The lack of park cable is a downer and the Wi-Fi is quite slow unless you are at the front office area. We would stay here again.

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The park is generally well kept and very convenient to downtown SLC. However, we found that there were far too many unregulated dog walkers allowing their dogs to do business on our site and others. They need to enforce use of a pet area. The showers were outdated and one of them had sewer back up problems and a leaky shower head. It is also a very busy park and we observed several speeders.

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This is a middle of the road park at best. There are too many full timers in the park with unkempt sites. The utility layouts of the pull throughs are very strange with electric at the front and water and sewer at the middle. We were unable to reach the sewer with our small Itasca Navion. The park, however, is OK for a one night stay passing through, and the Passport rate was only $21.