Bob Nelson

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About Bob Nelson

Currently we have a Arctic Fox Camper on a 2015 GMC 3500 DRW. Retired old people, but only old in age. Travel with a service dog (golden doodle).

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Genuinely surprised.... Great value and a very clean park... Yes, the spaces were close, but not an issue.. even with slides. Picnic table on concrete, gravel under rv. Dog walk area was an off leash site that was very large compared to most parks. Pool, spa, game room, TV area, laundry, pool table and exercise super clean. All grass was green, mowed, and well kept. Staff were 'very' accommodating. We will return.

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Camp host was there to assist in check in.. That was good. They offer discounts for some, but do not put that info up front.. Took the Good Sam at 10% but found out later I could have had a disabled vet discount at 20%. Not a problem, because I didn't expect any discount. As noted before, RV's are 6-8' apart and street side to street side. Small picnic table in between, but really not usable if slides are out. Restroom was one porta pot. Full service with a dump not available. Overall, park was clean and seemed friendly. However, value for the dollar spent with very tight spaces, it got an overall poor rating.. If passing through again, will probably look for a different park.

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We stay here every year for a Rally with a group of 80+ RV's. Park is large group friendly, both for RV's and tent'rs. Lots of baseball/softball groups seem to use this place. Owners are friendly and helpful. On site rec building easily holds 100+.

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Very clean park. Central to the north end of Willamette Valley. Dog friendly. Even had an open play are for them. Park host was exceptionally helpful. Large sites in the newer loop. Stayed three nights.

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We arrived the day before the big seafood festival. Got the last site. Lucky... We skipped the festival and spent time on the beach. If you have a 4wd unit, you can drive on the beach for about 15 miles. The dogs love it. This park is normally clean, but in two different sites, we had to get trash out of the fire ring and clean up the previous dog poop. At least I know it was clean when we left. Camp staff/host should have been checking the sites. We were limited on the sites we can access because of overall length. But adequate sites above 50'.

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We were surprised to find this park. We were the only one's there, but in the season, I think it would be packed with lots of people. Sites were very close together, but clean. It rained and rained. Sort of what you would expect of a 'rain forest'. Site drained well.

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We make an annual visit to this park. It is the only park near the north end of the lake.... "Lake" Pleasant is just that. Quiet, peaceful, friendly, and well maintained... Even has a pitch and put golf course.. While the 'lake' is little more than duck pond to many people, I challenge you find a more relaxing park in the area. We will be back.... Campfires are not allowed... This was once a peat bog, and if a fire were to start, could burn for many years. Speed limit is 8.5 mph... pretty easy to remember.. Dog friendly.

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Stayed here in mid Feb as seldom do others use this park in the winter.. For us, it is the best time.. Very little snow this winter, so all of the park was accessible by foot. Recent wind storm had lots of branches and trees down. During this 'off' season, only a few sights have power, and no water. Not all sites are level, but the campground is very clean. They only open one newer restroom/shower unit... Bad... in winter the new one is cold. Old one, and much larger, had heated floors... Good for those freezing winter days/nights. We used my Oregon Disabled Vet pass for a free one night site.

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Clean park, but not designed for slide outs. Some sites were real tight. 2 washers/2dryers in a clean laundry. Next to a fairly run down wild animal park.

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Fantastic place: sites were level, grounds maintained, owners were super friendly. Has very clean restrooms, showers and laundry. Highly recommended.

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It is a great location if using he ferry system, however, sites were not level. If past 35' (we were) you had to occupy two sites and were charged an additional $5. One of the two shower facilities was and had been closed. The RV dump was in a very difficult location and most people were using a pull through site. Will avoid this site in the future.

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Clean park with great customer service. Wi-Fi worked well, and it was also ATV friendly. We plan to keep this site on our "Will Be Back" list.

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We spent one night at this park. They were just installing wi-fi, but it was only available if you stood next to the cash register. We traveled in Canada/Alaska for 3.5 months this summer, and voted this park as "The Worst". While the sites were off the road, they were dirty, with glass and trash in the most of the fire rings. Trash cans in camp were full. Overall assessment was "Dirty". It did appear to have clean sites up by the road, but they were not for larger RV's.

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Clean park, Showers and restrooms very clean. About 1.5km to city services. Wi-Fi available only in hotel/motel complexes. Staff were helpful in both camp and for tourism related info. Sandy beach on Long Lake, boat launch, handicap access toilets/showers, sani-dump.

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Mixed review on this park. We went to Wallace to ride our ATV's. Park had probably 15 rigs with ATV's but many complained that the park owner/operator never answered the phone. We had to wait for the 3rd day there to contact him and pay. I think his heart is no longer in the park. We will be back next year again and hope there are some changes. Were 400+ ATV's that weekend in town: Wallace really likes us.