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We stayed here 3 years ago and found it to be a nice spot so decided to stay again, BUT it seems they have changed hands and the place has gone down hill. At the Passport America price of $27 we paid I feel is still too much and I certainly would be upset if we would have paid the full price without Passport America. However the roads are easy to navigate for any sized rig, some sites might not allow for satellite TV use because of tree's but the good thing is "they have tree's", fuel and small store next to the park, quiet at night, short distance outside of time, nice walking trail around the man made lake, water and septic hookups are right next to each other which probably isn't a real big deal but is always odd to me.

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This was our 3rd time stopping here passing through and it certainly fits the bill for doing that. All drive through sites, utilities are good, restrooms have been clean, people have been friendly. Some of the gravel sites take a little to get level but nothing real bad.

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First off be sure to ask if there are any discounts available. If you simply check in they are tight lipped about weekly or monthly discounts. We heard about them After we paid and checked in from other campers and confronted the office and they were more than accommodating but they should be upfront. We like a mix of boondocking, state parks, and resort type parks and this one certainly takes care of our resort park itch. In fact, it's one of the few over the last 3 years of our traveling that has us looking forward to a return visit. The list of things to do is far to long to list but if you want activities this is the place. Very active park. The only other downside for us is that RV's could very well be parked across from park models which takes away from the view and the RV lifestyle feel that we like so keep that in mind, you may want to park and take a drive around. People are friendly and the place is kept very clean. We liked it enough to make a 1 month reservation for November. We normally stay in one spot for a week and move on but this place caught our attention, but keep in mind it is a huge park.

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We pulled in on a weekend and found it strange that the office is closed on weekends but it was easy enough to grab a self checking envelope and grab a spot. Un-knowingly we parked behind the office where the sites are very wide open but I guess it is primarily monthly sites, but got no grief from the office. The main part of the park has some palm tree's but is tighter so we didn't care about being by the tree's. When the wind is just right there is some smell from a near by cattle farm and the Verizon service is terrible, terrible. Utilities are at the rear of the sites so we needed a sewer extension. If you have a RZR this would be a good place to stay and explore but like mentioned by others, not much in the area.

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In fairness we only stayed 2 nights so we didn't check the entire park out but it is mainly full of park models, and fairly old ones in some cases, but clean enough. We stayed in one of the pull through at the rear of the park. Each site has a concrete patio but your neighbors septic is certainly part of your landscape and that always knocks off a point for me right from the start. Power & water were good; people were friendly enough. And it was easy enough to get through in a big rig even though you will think different when you first pull in but plenty of room at the rear of the park. We can't imagine ever going to Coolidge again but if we did I guess we might stay here again.

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This is probably the nicest park in the area from what we saw driving around but it's not $65 nice. The sites are plenty big and the park is well kept. The weight room is ok, the pool and hot tubs looked nice but it's a family place and kids were using the hot tubs as swimming pools so that kept us out. Maybe better rules about kids in hot tubs would help. We opted for a Premium back in site for a couple dollars more and felt it was worth it BUT they should not charge extra for site 814 because of he electrical transformer that supplied a constant hummmm 100% of the time. And in a motorhome our heads were 20ft away from it so (BEWARE) if they offer you site 814 unless you have hearing aids you can take out LOL!!

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This park has everything a person could want except maybe a golf course on-site. Very very friendly people, plenty of activities, in fact more than we could possibly keep up with. So if you are a social butterfly this place is for you. Great pool and hot tubs, sites are arrange very well and large. The only thing I would say is for a resort type setting I would expect more modern bathrooms, like marble or granite tops, not seeing the plumbing under the sinks ect. But they are always clean so not really a ding. We will certainly go back and hopefully stay longer the next time.

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We stayed here 2 years ago before they added water and electrical for $20 per night. That means they upped the charge $15 per night for water and power,, not such a great deal in my mind. We talked about how much we liked the park the last 2 years but I think now if we are in the area again we will stay elsewhere. Still a nice park but not for the money. All good things come to an end with greed.

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Like most sites in the southwest gravel sites with some vegetation. Utilities good, sewer is at the back of many sites and an extension might be needed, not the greatest Wi-Fi, 2 very nice pools and hot tubs, more than enough events like catered meals- singing- water aerobics- waffle breakfast- ice cream get-together's ect. Very friendly staff. I discount 1 point any time I can see my neighbors sewer connection so take that into account in my score. Nice place and we would stay here again.

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This is the 2nd time we have stayed here. Very clean park, 3 nice dog parks, artificial turf at each site is a nice touch. WiFi is very poor and sites are close together. When you park your car chances are the front of it will be almost over your neighbors septic. Very strange. Pretty easy to tour the area from and we would probably stay here again if in the area even though it is a bit high for what it is. By that I mean the size of sites.

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Good location to stage and visit the area. I like that it's a few miles from town. It is by a busy road but if you get a site near the rear of the park it's not bad. Good power, water, and rather slow internet. We stayed in a nose in site by the lake but some of the pull-through sites facing the lake would be just as good. Bathrooms are very nice. Showers, even though I didn't use them, looked fantastic. The grounds are kept very very nice and workers stay busy every day.

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Rate reflects monthly rate. Right next to the freeway so plenty of noise. They certainly do not make the long term residents live by rules like speed limit or leash laws. People speed and have dogs off leash every day, and the workers just do nothing. Too bad it's about the nicest park in the area, a little competition would go a long way.

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Good utilities (sewer is at the rear of the site so ext. could be needed). The park is very clean and staff are friendly. Easy on and off freeway and not to noisy even though it is right next to it. We had a very long site, probably 80' and I like the curved entry into the sites. I feel it's really over priced for what it is and for the price the bathrooms are out-dated. It was a good spot for us to stay due to a Freightliner appointment early the next morning.

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Good water and power. Wi-Fi slow, spaces are not overly large, it is well kept and clean. Lots of fulltime residents but nothing junk-wise. The middle levels are best to avoid noise. Too bad it's about he best park in the Portland area because it is far more expensive than it should be. (The price we show is for a two week stay.) But because it is a good place to stage while touring Portland and visiting friends we will be back.

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Rate reflects monthly. We have stayed here a couple times. Easy on and off the freeway. But right next to the freeway so plenty of road noise to go around. Sites are OK size. Good power, a little light on water pressure but OK, good Wi-Fi. There are a lot of long term residents. One has a Harley that he is VERY proud of and revs the engine far more than he should be allowed to.