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The campground was just fine. Gravel sites that needed to be leveled. We had one tree. Some air on TV, but that was all. Office staff was very nice and extremely helpful. We found it relatively quiet. RVs pulling in and out every day....mostly big rigs. Our friends had to move their motor home over one site in order to get their dish to work. No big deal. Nice grassy area out the door with a picnic table. Place is messy in spots and the speed bumps are uneven and different sizes, but sites were clean. We would definitely stay there again.

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About 5 miles from downtown Bozeman. Site was a bit narrow; flat on top, but more of an angle out the steps. Very clean restrooms and laundry. Checked out the showers, but we didn't use them. Our friends were in Space 8 which was wonderful. Lots of grass and a picnic table. We also had a table, but not near as much grass. Easy in and out. Trash is as you exit. Beautiful views of the mountains. Pool was always busy, and it looked very nice. Lots of trees. We would definitely come back here.

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Nice, clean park. Sites are a bit short for big rigs. Our friends had to back their 40-foot motorhome clear up to the rear fence. Our 36-foot 5th wheel was not quite to the fence. Winter water hookups are in the middle at the rear, so you have to position your rig to straddle it. Nice grass but no picnic table. Some train noise, but it didn't bother us. We would definitely come back here, even tho backing in was a bit difficult. Took several tries to get in.

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Very nice park out of town, but right across the street from Albertson's Grocery. Clean and relatively quiet for being on a main road. We stayed 7 nights. The laundry was great - 8 washers 8 dryers located right in the middle of the park. Lots of people coming and going each day, and many were really big motorhomes. Lots of room to park, and a nice patch of grass and picnic table. Would definitely stay here again. The only negative is that each tow vehicle is parked along the front of the RV. You might have to ask your neighbor to move his vehicle just so you can pull out without any problems. No one seemed to have a problem with this.

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There are at least 6 loops in this park. A-D are paved and looked nice. We were in E. The road to get to our back-in site was very narrow and full of potholes filled with muddy water. The road is only as wide as a tow vehicle and trailer, and is bordered on one side by forest. If someone has/is backing in and must unhook their tow vehicle, you will need to wait because you cannot pass. The sites are short. They say they will take 40-foot rigs, but that is pushing it. We were able to park our truck on the side, but right into a pine tree, so it was hard to open the back door. The site for the RV is narrow. When I got up in the morning, our neighbor behind us was practically in our living room. Supposedly, there are Grizzly Bears around, but we only saw a few buffalo and some trout swimming upstream at LaHardy Rapids! There is an auto/RV repair place (not surprised with all the potholes), a General Store, and a Visitor's Center, where one of the Ranger's told me most people do not like this park. It is very expensive for what you get. When leaving, you have to deposit your check-in slip, which means getting out of the tow vehicle or motor home to reach the drop box. We won't stay here again.

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This park is wonderful. The first thing to greet us was the awesome smell of the pine trees. We were here for a week, and found it close to most everything. It was about 40 minutes from Jackson, but close to Jenny Lake and numerous spots for viewing the amazing Teton Mountains. It is not far from the South Entrance to Yellowstone. We drove up to DuBois, a must see drive. There is a village right outside the park with General Store, Visitor's Center, Gift Shop, Laundry, and access to Jackson Lake. There are also two restaurants, but we didn't try either. We camped at Colter Bay Village Campground.

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This park is wonderful. The first thing to greet us was the awesome smell of the pine trees. We were here for a week, and found it close to most everything. It was about 40 minutes from Jackson, but close to Jenny Lake and numerous spots for viewing the amazing Teton Mountains. It is not far from the South Entrance to Yellowstone. We drove up to DuBois, a must see drive. There is a village right outside the park with General Store, Visitor's Center, Gift Shop, Laundry, and access to Jackson Lake. There are also two restaurants, but we didn't try either.

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Very hard to find. We paid in advance so here we are. There are a lot of nice RVs here, and they keep coming in, so this may be the only RV Park in town. Sites are gravel with dead weeds. Sites are short. One RV in the next row has a boat attached, and it sticks out into the middle of the road. Not sure how we are going to get out in the morning. We are here for only one night.

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This RV Park is a little hard to find. Been here before, and still had to turn around down the street and come back to it. Small brick wall with name on it. Down a hill, it is very nice, clean, full hook-ups, and a picnic table. There are trains that come thru, but they don't bother us. We were only there for one night this trip, so didn't unhook, but lots of room for both the 5th wheel and the truck. Price is high, but cable good and WiFi good. Would stay here again. Discount on dinner at the Holiday Inn if you want to eat there.

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This is an older RV Park with large, pull-thru sites and full hookups. Cable is good; WiFi is excellent. We spent two nights here. It is quiet and very reasonable. It is also part of Coast to Coast. If you book thru C2C, you have to tell them. I got charged, so I have to call C2C to get my points back. My fault - I should have mentioned it but tired and not thinking!!! There is a brand new RV Park down the road, but we drove thru it just to check it out. Lots of motel-like structures for temporary housing, and the RV Park has no trees. Very cold. We were much happier in our space at Winnemucca RV Park.

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We stay here whenever we are up this way. This is a lovely park, very clean, with long sites. That being said, if you have a 5th wheel, don't let them put you in space 350. It is a very tight turn, and you end up on their astro turf, which is a major no, no. I ended up driving over a whole corner of it because there is also a tree and a post in the way. Other sites are great, and very easy to get into. Very quiet with Target, gasoline, and food nearby.

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Boulder Creek is a great park. We had a pull-thru with full hookups. We were only there one night this trip, but have stayed here before and plan to stay a week on our way home. We visited the Whitney Portal and Alabama Hills while we were there. The staff is very helpful, and they have some great stuff in their store. Will stay here whenever we are in the area.

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We spent a week here in August. The park is very nice with concrete patio and picnic table. Sites are asphalt. Our patio had a chunk missing from someone's RV, so you had to be careful not to trip over it. Laundry was very clean and air-conditioned. The town of Bishop is nice and has all the amenities you might need. We didn't get to do as much sightseeing as we would have liked due to all the smoke from the fires. We hope to go back that way on our way home. We did go up to Lake Sabrina one day, and it was smokey, but our pics turned out well. Even saw a waterfall and rapids on a stream. Definitely worth the drive. We definitely plan to stay here again.

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We found this park to be more than adequate for our needs. Yes, the reservoir is down, but California is experiencing a terrible drought. The view of the mountains and the fields around the reservoir more than made up for the water. We had a wide pull-thru. It was nothing fancy, but quiet, full hookups, and only 6 miles from the Ghost Town of Bodie and a nice drive down to Mono Lake, Mammoth, and Lee Vining. The owner was very nice, and we would definitely stay there again when traveling down 395. Grocery store in town is very expensive, so we shopped in Mammoth when we were there at Vons.

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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.