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Nice park, but very narrow spaces. Every space is a back-in, and we had trouble getting our 36-foot 5th wheel into our space. The manager finally came and helped my husband back it in. It is close to Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo, Cayucos, and Hearst Castle. Be sure to see the Elephant Seals on the beach north of San Simeon. Hookups are at the rear, and we didn't have a long enough electrical cord, so had to go downtown and buy an extension. Had to use two sewer hoses also. We came to this park because it was a holiday weekend, and they were the only one with any available space. I don't think we would come back due to the difficulty in backing in. Small RVs are no problem and it is a nice park. Laundry is very nice, but a bit pricey Swimming pool and spa looked clean and swimming pool is salt water.

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Very nice place to stay. Windy, but dunes were wonderful. Close to Morro Bay, Pismo Beach, Santa Maria, and San Luis Obispo so very centrally located. Beach is close by. Had only one problem. Motorhome next to us blocked us in, and we couldn't get our 36-foot 5th wheel out of our space. However, office staff was great, and they allowed us to stay an extra five days. Will definitely go back over and over.

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Great RV Park in Redmond, OR. Large spaces, ours is 60+ feet, with additional parking on the side for tow vehicle or toad. No shade, and cable TV is not good. Otherwise, a 10. South of town, near a railroad, but not noisy at all. We would definitely stay here again, but probably not in the summer because RV would get too hot without air all the time. Near Sisters and north of Bend. Lots to see in the area.

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We love this park and come back often. It is in the beautiful town of Silverton. It is quiet, and the spaces are large. Only complaint is that they have installed speed bumps, which while necessary, are a little high and are made of rock, so a little hard on the RV as it goes over them. They had a Cowboy Night while we were there; $30 for 4 meals including a steak dinner, and entertainment. Food is always delicious and entertainment was good. They have lots of Friday and Saturday night activities. Silverton has lots to offer and is only 15 minutes from Salem. We hope to live here eventually, and will stay at the park for at least a year, while finding a home.

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As always, Casey's is the place to go if you are in the Eugene area. It is a bit out of the way, 31 miles southeast of Eugene, but worth every mile. River views with large pull-through sites, beautiful grounds, laundry is very reasonable, and just the best place in the world to unwind from a long trip or just chill out for a few days. We try to go here after every trip. Town of Oakridge is just 4 miles down the road with anything you need, grocery, gas, A&W, and Dairy Queen! Salt Creek Falls is up the road a bit, just beautiful. Have never been disappointed in this spot and will continue to come here as often as we can.

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This is a very nice RV Park. It is right on Highway 5, but not too much noise. Cable was good, and Verizon MiFi great. We had our RV at Camping World, which is across the highway, for work, picked it up in the rain, and drove over to see if they had room. They did, a 60-foot sight, which was more than big enough for our 36' RV and truck. The only complaint I have about this park is their price keeps going up. $48 for what you get is very high. There are other parks in the area for less, and just as nice. For a one or two-night overnight, it is great. Wouldn't stay longer.

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We stayed at this RV park while we were on a cruise to Alaska. They provide storage for the RVs with electricity for $3 per day. The regular daily rate is $40, which seemed a bit high for the amenities. However, we would definitely stay here again if in this area. One thing to watch out for. Their signage is very poor, and we missed our turn which meant going up the road to find a place to turn around. The park is on a corner, and the only sign is right there, so if you don't see it, be prepared to turn around.

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This park was really quite nice. It is on a golf course. The manager went out of her way to get us spaces during the kite festival in Long Beach, WA (a must see). They take cash or check only. It is a small park with lots of boats. The laundry is $2 to wash and $2 to dry. We went to a Laundromat on the main road into the park. It was cheaper and quicker. The park is quiet and near all the tourist spots. We would definitely stay here again.

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This RV park is in our hometown, our daughter lives here, and we have always stayed here when returning home from a trip or passing through. It is a nice, clean, park with full hookups. I went in today to see about upcoming events that might hinder our parking there, and I was told by office staff that due to some sort of county assessment, no one is allowed to camp there anymore for more than 2 weeks a year! The new manager apparently doesn't want to pay the assessment fee. Therefore, we will not be able to come back here and will have to find another RV park nearby, which is a shame based on price and quality of the sites.

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We spent a week at this park. The managers went out of their way to accommodate us and to make our stay enjoyable. They even found a space for our friends who got there a day early. They were full of information about places to go and restaurants that were good. We love Grants Pass and will definitely come back again. The river-view sights were especially nice.

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We stay at this RV site whenever we are in Dixon. Our daughter lives here, so this is our home base. This is a nice site. Sites are gravel, clean, and most have full hookups except cable and WI-FI, but antenna gets the main channels and our Verizon card works great. We find it a good place because everything is available nearby - Walmart, Safeway, CVS, and plenty of good restaurants. There is no weekly or monthly rate, nor do you get any discounts, but for a stopover, it is great.

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We love this park. This our second stay. The sites are cement and level. They are long, and there is a separate space to park a tow vehicle. Reno is close, if you want to go to the casinos. We didn't do much but just sit on this trip, since we were ending 6 months on the road. There is a guide to your site, full hookups, and Astro-turf and a picnic table. Plenty of trees changing color. We will definitely come back again. It is a great park.

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Nice park at the edge of town. Easy on and off the interstate. The spaces are very narrow, and since we didn't unhook, we couldn't put down our front steps because of the logs lining the space. Used the rear steps, so we were okay. We stayed an extra day due to the wind. We would stay here again. The staff was very friendly and the store is quite well stocked with RV supplies.

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This is a very clean RV park, even though there are lots of full-timers. Those we met were very nice. Lots of young couples. Traffic driving around in the park did speed, but didn't bother us. Nice and quiet except for the trains, but they don't bother us at all. Laundry room was reasonable ($2.50 per load), and nice and clean. The park is not well marked but the driveway is just past the Comfort Inn on Idaho Street. There is a sign up next to the freeway, but it is past the entrance. We would stay here again. Only drawback to Nevada is the wind. We had to stay a few extra days so we could continue west, and it is a bit pricey.

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We loved this RV Park. We had a great spot, under trees, and with a view of the Snake River. The staff was great, and we extended our stay. The park is a little far to visit Twin Falls (40 minutes), but the town of Burley is nearby for anything you might need. We drove out to Minidota, the Japanese Internment Camp, and of course, saw the Snake River Canyon from several views. Unfortunately, there was very little water in Shoshone Falls and Twin Falls, but still has beautiful views. The golf course at the bottom of the canyon looked like a great place for a round of golf. We would definitely stay here again.