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We stayed here while making a day trip into Canada. There is a very good swimming area on the park beach. Our rate was for a non-hookup site. The sites are gravel with grass on all sides.

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A good stop while traveling on Hwy 84. It is right behind the Pilot station. It can be a little noisily during the day; but we found it quiet after 9 PM and slept good..

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What a neat town with an RV/camping park in the middle of all the activities. Lots to do, both for the kids and parents. The waterfront provides a clean and safe area for swimming and playing in the water. The are many wineries to visit for tasting. One of the nicest find on our trip. We would stay here again.

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Great Park. We used it as a base to explore the Columbia river dams and associated fish ladders. The sitting on the confluence of the Columbia and Wenatchee river provide a great area to relax. The ten mile bicycle/walking path along the river is great - no cars... We enjoyed our time here and would return.

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Staff was friendly and suggested places to visit. They provided the San Juan island ferry schedules along with suggestions for the best time to board the ferries. The ocean view from the sites was great. We would stay here again.

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Very nice City park on the river. They are planning WiFi to be installed for the 2015 season. Dump station is available. Lots of lakes and river fishing/sightseeing in area.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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Stayed two nights. The park is clean and laidout nicely. the park has a lot of bird nest boxes that are all being used. Fun to watched the birds. The staff gave us recommendations for dinner and sighting for the Wildlife refuge and the diamond loop. Also for lunch... the Diamond Hotel south of Diamond loop. Great hotel build in 1896. Overall Burns is a area where you could spend a week or more.

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Great stop-over Oregon state park. Electric at the sites is 110V20A; however site #15 has a 30 amp plug (only one). Lots of wildlife around.

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We have stayed here before. The setting is like a forest campground rather than a RV park. We were here with a group of 11 motorhomes and several of our group had to move sites to because: too small or too large for that site. Lots of confusion from the office managers. It is the best park in the area, but can be challenging. Grounds are kept nice. One of the only RV parks that charges $.25 plus for the showers. We may stay here again.

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A busy park with a higher summer time rate. The facilities are good. Office staff was friendly and made a good dinner recommendation. Some noise, but not bad on the weekend. We would stay here again.

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Great park along I-5. We have stayed here several time and will stay here again. Park staff and host are friendly. This is a good place to stay while visiting Medford (30miles) and Grants Pass (20 miles). Will stay here again.

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Very nice park about two miles off the freeway. Walking paths along the river. We stayed here 3 years ago and the tree are bigger now providing some shade. Staff is friendly and we will stay here again.

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Small, but neat location right on the Hood Canal. We enjoyed watching the tides, birds and sunrises. One of the nicest small parks we have stayed in. A bit tight, but no problems. We would stayed here again.

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Older small park. Staff is friendly and helpful. Several longer term sites. Good location for seeing the Port Angeles region. We would stay here again if in the area.

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Pull through sites on grass. Nice park with friendly owners. Cable TV is no longer available on this region of the Olympic coasts. The Cable company dropped this region. Stayed one night while in the area going around the Olympic forest.