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Great little park. No activities so maybe not good for families but it was exactly what we wanted. Very nice staff. Easy access with big rig. Good place to walk dogs. Wifi and cable worked great. Convenient to town and area state parks. Site was gravel and level. Tip to those with 5th wheels or travel trailers....you need to park at the rear of your camper so pull up far enough to leave parking space. Would definitely stay again.

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The price has gone up dramatically from past reviews, and is high for very close sites with hookups on an asphalt parking lot. Sites are all back-in but are easy to get into. Had 50 amp steady power, no problems. Sewer connection worked well. It's open and quiet, convenient to all the things in the area we wanted to see. We'd take this place over crowded commercial campgrounds any day. Would definitely stay again.

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Extremely nice park. Lots of permanent residents but everything is beautifully kept. Paved roads, level concrete pads, beautiful grassy strips between sites. East to get in and out with big rigs. Utilities worked well, good wifi. We couldn't make the cable work with our TV but it wasn't necessary because antenna-TV worked so well. Our hot water went out so we had to use their showers which were excellent, clean with plenty of water and heat lamps in every shower stall. Convenient to everything in the area. Explicit instructions about not hanging over the ends of the space were hard to comply with when parking a crewcab dually. There's nothing they can do to fix it without going to a lot of expense and most people don't have super-long trucks. Would have rated it a 10 if the spaces between sites had been wider and the tow vehicle parking situation had been easier. We would definitely stay again.

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Disappointed in this park after reading the reviews. Check-in staff was extremely nice, roads were good and easy to navigate, site was level and easy in-and-out. Utilities worked well, but WiFi and antenna-TV were poor. Last 3 or 4 rows on north end had weeds a foot high, looked very unkempt. Very dicey-looking people in tents near showers on our second night would have made us afraid to use the restrooms if we'd needed to. Our hot water went out so we had to use campground's showers, which were appalling. 2 out of 3 didn't work at all and the 3rd was so bad we could hardly get rinsed. Not what one would expect for $40/night. Neighbors left their 2 big aggressive dogs tied outside so we couldn't walk our dog anywhere she could be seen by them or they'd lunge at her (and they broke loose 3 times that we saw). I-5 was noisy on the east, trains were very noisy on the west. Unlike another reviewer who wasn't bothered by the trains, we were. Counted at least 9 in the first few hours we were there. They shook our 5th wheel they were so close and they blew their whistles right when they reached the campground. Lots of permanent rigs so not everyone is bothered by the noise. They can't do anything about the noise but the condition of the showers was inexcusable. We would absolutely not stay here again.

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Spaces and roads are tight but we had no trouble with our 38' 5th wheel. Site was very easy to enter and exit. Not much space between sites but the uphill ones are terraced so we were looking over our downhill neighbors instead of right into them. OK place to walk dogs. Antenna TV got only Canadian stations. Saw lots of dishes so satellite must be okay. Owners are struggling with their wifi which is very poor, worked maybe 10% of the time and then so slowly it was nearly useless. Verizon Hotspot worked very well. We would stay again if we could get in same uphill area. Very convenient location for doing the national park. Cape Flattery is a full day trip.

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Tough to rate this park. The location on American Lake is beautiful and quiet with shade from huge trees. The view (if you're lucky enough to have one) can be lovely. Nice place to walk dogs (on leash only). The sites are a mix of good to bad. The back row up on the hill has 50 amp, the other sites have 30 amp (although the office person who made our reservation said there was 30 amp only). There were only four 5th wheels in the park which tells us those with 5th wheels probably avoid it. We have a 38' 5th wheel and will not return unless we can get on the back row (C sites) or Site A-1 because the others are just too hard to back into. Most of the other sites are too short for big rigs, but a Class A can just manage to fit if they aren't huge. Our 5th wheel stuck out in the road a little and another 5th wheel toyhauler stuck out at least 5 feet. The A and B row sites are too close together. If you can back your rig close enough to the hook-ups you can either park your car next to your RV or you can use your awning and picnic table. One or the other, not both. We could do neither because our site was so hard to get into we couldn't get right up to the hook-ups. We didn't have enough room on either side to put the picnic table or our truck. Our side view was of an old Class C in poor condition. The sites are a mix of fairly level to very unlevel, all gravel and not kept up well. Rows A and B are like being in a gravel parking lot. If you come in on a weekend you can pay by check or cash and leave it in a dropbox. On weekdays you have to hunt for the office in Bldg 16 which is in the coffee shop/credit union building with no number on it. The laundry is clean with 2 household-size washers and dryers but no coin machine. The primitive campsites are at the opposite end of the campground from the bathrooms, an convenient walk. At $16 per day it was a good deal but not good enough for us to return unless we got a decent site.

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Small park with many seasonal and permanent residents but everything is kept very neat and tidy. Manager makes sure all rules are followed. Sites are close but okay. Easy for a big rig to get in and out. Conveniently located to Anacortes, Burlington, North Cascades National Park. No walking areas except the road around the park. Small fenced dog area. Wifi worked well. Cannot reserve a particular site and pull-thrus are not guaranteed, but we were lucky to get a very easy-to-access pull-thru. Would stay again.

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We loved this place! Small and quiet with no noise from nearby highway. Extremely easy to navigate roads and site entry/exit. Spacious sites with wide grassy areas between each, but no picnic tables. Lovely view of golf course and mountains. Excellent wifi. No cable but very good antenna-TV reception. Big grassy area to walk dogs. Many long-term residents but everything is neat and clean. Site was big enough to park two large pick-ups behind our 5th wheel. Very nice office staff. Would love to stay here again.

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We arrived in early afternoon on a Monday and had several spaces to choose from. By Wednesday there were RVs in the overflow area. The camp host is very nice and informative. Did not go into the restrooms or laundry. Camp host said the laundromat machines are not working well. Wifi is so bad they might as well not have it. Verizon cell and hotspot worked fine. Antenna-TV was good. Place is very quiet with not much airplane traffic. See tips for how to find Rambo Gate to get in. We missed the gate and had to go in the main gate where the guards were very nice and accommodating, just warning us to come in Rambo next time. We would definitely stay again.

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Beautiful place with flowers everywhere and spotlessly clean. It's obvious the owners take great pride in it. There are trees everywhere but it is surprisingly easy to get around with a big rig. Satellite would be hard to use because of the trees. The sites are spacious with a very wide grass strip between each. They have a 24-hour laundry and cable but the wifi was so poor we had to use our hotspot, so we do think the price is a bit steep. The lady who checked us in was super nice and well prepared with all the information a traveler could need. We would definitely stay again.

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Like other reviewers have said, this is an unusually nice KOA. It is beautifully landscaped, super clean, quiet, with very nice staff. Others have covered the positives so I won't repeat them. We do have several negatives though. Our site in the landscaped section consisted of just gravel and shrubs which felt cramped. The only way to get our truck out of the road was for one of us to be in back to be sure the tailgate didn't hit the kingpin. Our neighbor with a big toyhauler and pickup couldn't get his truck completely off the road. The biggest reason for not rating this place higher is the lack of wifi and cable. Their website indicates they have wifi but says nothing about it only being available near the office. Nor does it mention that you are not to upload/download photos which many people do while on vacation. We used our Verizon hotspot but it was very slow. The over-air TV worked okay for us but our neighbors couldn't get any channels at all, so they had no TV. This is totally unacceptable at these prices. This is a great campground for families with kids who want lots of activities and extras, but for people like us who are there only to see the national park and just need wifi and basic TV, the place is seriously over-priced. If the website had been honest about their wifi we would not have stayed there. We will not stay there again.

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Location is right off I-5 and the main thoroughfare through the city but it's surprisingly quiet. Check-in was easy, very nice staff. Park is easy to get around, sites are very easy to enter and exit with a big rig. Convenient to all kinds of shopping. Wifi and over-air TV are both good. Many long-term campers but most are on the other side of the park from the short-term sites. Dog area is rather run-down but at least it's there. A word of warning about July 4th.......the park doesn't allow fireworks but they are set off in multiple places around the park so the noise is really bad. If this bothers you don't stay here on the days fireworks are likely to be set off. Nothing park management can do about it. We would stay here again.

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Built on a hillside with great views. Sites are almost level. We did need a single 2x8 on each downhill wheel. Roads and sites are heavily graveled. Dust is not a problem if everyone drives slowly. Very nice staff. Wifi is excellent (maybe because we're next to the repeater). Antenna-TV is very good after fiddling with the antenna direction. Convenient to I-90, can see it but not hear it. Small laundry with 2 stacked washers and dryers. Close to Little Bighorn Battlefield. Nice path and grassy pasture for walking where dogs can run loose. Fires not allowed because of dry grassland. Lots of trees but they're still young so not much shade. Would definitely stay again.

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Next to the interstate but not too noisy. Good place to stay for one night but don't know of anything in the area that would keep us there longer. No wifi at site, only in restaurant. Antenna TV was good. No shade in the pull-thru area so satellite should be fine. Pull-thru sites are easy to enter and exit. Would stay again if traveling through the area. Register in the C-store at the gas station.

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This is an older park which is showing its age but it works just fine for staying in Medora for a few days to visit the national park. It is very quiet. Wifi has worked well for 3 days. Cable TV is a must if you want to watch anything at all because over-air TV doesn't work here. Staff is friendly and helpful. The gentleman who assists people with parking is extremely good at it and we had no problem getting into a 90-degree slot (which we hate doing). Would definitely stay here again.