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This park is a very large gravel area with small pretty trees. The park is very open though. The spaces are what normally is seen in any park and the wide roads made it easy to get around- even in our 40ft 5er. There were campground hosts at a kiosk that were friendly and showed us to our site. Being as we stayed "off- season", we had our pick of sites. We choice a front row site with no one next to us but it was a bit noisier due to the busy road but it was not a big problem. The bath house was older but clean with the showers kind of strange. You walk up a step where there are two showers side by side with a curtain on each one. Not very private by any means but then I never use the shower facilities. The laundry is very small- two washers and two dryers. I was able to snag one washer one day but if it was busy season- good luck. There are laundry facilities around to use however. The price shown reflects one night using PA (which is the maximum nights) and our other three nights were $35.00 each night. This rate is to be expected in California even if it is a gravel open campground. I would stay again.

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This is a very beautiful park. There was plenty of room for our 40ft. Fifth wheeler. The laundry is inexpensive (1.00 for wash and dry) but the laundry building itself could use some updating but that did not matter. The park is on a river that flows into the ocean. It is a short walk to the beach so that is cool. We could hear the waves crashing which I love. The space between sites is what you normally find in a park- no better and no worse. There are some groceries in the office which is manned by very nice staff. There is also a fitness room which is nice. Overall we were very pleased with Turtle Rock RV Resort.

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We have a 40' fifth wheel so state parks are usually not for us. This one however, was fine for us. We stayed in mid October and there was one site for one night that worked for us. It was tight getting into site 67 but we did it. Just take your time. In front of our row was another row of camp sites and they backed up to a fence on the beach. We had a great view of the crashing waves from our window. The camp host was helpful and sells fire wood at $5.00 a bundle which seems to be the going rate most places. We really had a great stay just enjoying the beach, the fire and meeting the neighbors. I would recommend this park (they take reservations) and would stay here again.

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Very nice, high end (in my opinion) park. We arrived on a Wednesday afternoon and our site was available. Always a good idea to call ahead. We could only get two nights in site #81 then had to move to site #69 with no space after that. Our rate was the "winter" rate - the regular rate was $39.00. We got a free night as well as there was a big football game on Saturday so all guests had a free night stay! The park is on the bay and/or marina and very scenic and easy to maneuver big rigs. The sites are pretty well spaced with foliage. The laundromat is great although spendy at $2.00 a wash. I would recommend this park to anyone and I would return.

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Stayed for three nights to visit Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainer. This is a very convenient location (Randle, WA) for visiting between the two parks. The campground is a little odd. It is a family business with extremely nice people. They had just harvested their garden and shared the bounty with us. The office is extremely messy- looks like a bad junk store but that did not bother me. The laundry room was large and worked but had not been cleaned for a while. Again, this did not bother me as I made sure the machines were clean and they were. So honestly I was pretty pleased with the park overall. Nice people, spacious sites and convenient with an acceptable price. The price reflects the Passport America discount. My husband and I would stay again.

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This a small RV park (5 FHU and 2-30amp/water sites) located right in the town of Joseph. This is a "humble" park as stated by the very personable owner. All sites are easy back in and our 40' 5 er fit fine. We will definitely stay here again.

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Jackpot Junction RV Park has two different parks: the older park is okay but the newer park is beautiful. It has wide, spacious sites with a nice fire pit and picnic table on grassy sites. It is very accommodating for big rigs and is a short stroll to the casino. This park is geared to adults. There is no playground and in all my stays here, I have never seen any children but they would be very welcome. There are Indian battle sites nearby to explore and an interesting state park and a winery as well. I definitely would recommend Jackpot Junction to anyone.

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We really enjoyed staying at Isla Blanca Campground. Our site was next to the statue of Christ by the helipad. It is very, very windy staying right on the beach so beware of that. We never put out our awning but at the same time: it was not too hot because of the wind. We loved being so close to the beach, the restaurants and playing in the ocean. We recommend this park to anyone, no matter their length of stay.