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Fantastic little membership park convenient to Spokane right off freeway. Full hookup pull-throughs with great Verizon cell, free WiFi (we got it in rig even!), and inexpensive laundry. Did not use pool/spa but looked clean and well kept. Small but full fitness room with weights/cardio. Did not avail ourselves of activities/meals. Cost is $0 for ROD members. Will definitely stay here again.

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Fantastic park. Off the beaten path but very popular. Pulled in late midweek afternoon with no reservations hoping to stay the weekend but only got one night. It was beautiful. Rate reflects FHU pullthru with lake view using hubby's geezer pass. Will definitely come back again, but reserving in advance. Gorgeous place.

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Beautiful well maintained campground. Some mosquitoes along riverwalk. Only one pullthru, but otherwise all long spacious sites. Fills up fast even midweek. Camphosts very helpful. Would definitely stay here again.

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Very convenient, nice quiet little stopover at good value. The lake was virtually dry, but still saw some migrating ibis. Spent 2 nights and never saw more than 6 campers. Verizon cell was strong. Hubby said camphost was helpful and kept showers reasonably clean. Would stay here again.

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Beautiful, clean, well-tended park convenient for Hwy. 395 travelers. Arrived mid-afternoon and assigned a pullthru w/FHU. By dark, most pullthrus were full, but not all. Later in summer might be problematic w/o calling first. Great for overnighters, but we did not stay to explore. CG owner Arnie was very pleasant and helpful.

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What a gem, and a great price for full hookup pull-through and Wi-Fi. Easy access to highway. Upper level gravel site with view of lake. Promotions at casino for food/gaming. Super friendly counter help offered us free soda/coffee during check-in. Came for an overnight, but decided to stay a few days longer to explore area. Would definitely stay here again.

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As previous comments suggest, the ants and no dump station are negatives. We never did see a host, so could not get tokens for showers. No pull-throughs and short sites made unhooking for the night annoying but necessary. Shade trees, easy highway access, proximity to sights, and costs are positives. We would stay here again.

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Agree with other comments here about friendly staff and accessibility to DC, metro, etc. We parked our 38' 5er in a pullthru in C loop, which filled the whole driveway - a couple more feet would have been nice. Room for all four slides and pickup on side. Wifi worked great, as did Verizon cell service. At these prices and location near DC, we'd definitely come back again.

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Like most COE CG's, the sites are spacious and most are on or near water, with shade. CG consists of four loops with different amenities and sandy beaches vs. rocky shoreline. Walking/biking trail, fishing, boating and visitor center available. Only complaint was the site booked online did not mention backing up a long loose gravel drive. Had trouble getting traction and leveling. Almost would have fared better parking the 5er and scoping out the 1st come/1st serve for flatter spot.

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Spotless, quiet and well-tended family-run CG with small lake for fishing. All sites circle it so have a view, but the designated area for swimming is too shallow. OK for toddlers splashing perhaps, but with no pool available and soaring temps, it was too hot to be truly enjoyable. Not close to shopping (gas/groceries), but daytrips to Outer Banks are easy. Small restaurant on premises, but we did not eat there. We stayed thru C2C and would return again even though being charged for extras was annoying. First I ever heard of a charge for using the fire ring if you bring your own wood. Otherwise, you pay for the wood upon arrival.