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This campground in an oasis in an otherwise industrial area ... and once there, you feel like you're country. It was clean, the staff friendly and helpful and in our site and those around us, we looked out on the campground's 9-hole golf course. Extremely convenient to the city of Astoria (in fact we could see the Astoria Column form our site) and Fort Stevens State Park. Having driven by all of the other RV parks in the area, this one is clearly heads and shoulders the BEST! Would recommend to anyone.

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A small and very clean campground. The staff were very helpful with recommendations on local places to visit and eat (including a great Mexican place in Bingen). There is a convenience store and gas station immediately adjacent to the RV park making refueling very convenient. The campground is located closely between WA-14 to the north and BNSF railroad between it and the Columbia River. Interestingly, we did not find the noise to be nearly as bad as we'd feared. While located directly across the Columbia from Hood River, it is NOT recommended to take a large RV across the Hood River Bridge as we unknowingly did, which is extremely narrow. A better option is to cross at Cascade Locks to the west or The Dalles to the east. From passing many other RV parks up and down the river, this one is clearly the best!

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This is a beautiful and clean campground, and the owners couldn't have been any more helpful or gracious. The interior roads, while paved, are tight. While the individual sites, set among towering Douglas Firs, are deep, positioning your RV may take a little time if you are dealing with slides. But the end result will be more than worthwhile! We would not hesitate to stay here again if in the area.

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This campground was convenient as an overnight stopover just of I-90. Our site was barely long enough for our 35' motorhome and tow vehicle which we did not unhook.

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Very nice campground on the Snake River. Although we did not have a riverside site, we had a nice site and could access one of several covered picnic tables along the river. Staff helpful and friendly. Convenient for visiting Clarkson, WA, Lewiston, ID and other nearby recreation areas. Depending on you site, after registering, if you have to loop back around the office, there is a tight turn with a severe drop off (no shoulder) for accessing some of the low numbered sites. Also, during our stay, there was a periodic odor which we couldn't trace; not certain whether it is a regular issue. We'd clearly stay here again if in the area.

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This was a magnificent campground, tucked in a steep canyon along the Little Salmon River! We had one of the two pull-thru sites which provided us an incredible riverside view and access. The owners were wonderful.

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Lovely park setting overlooking the reservoir. W e wish we'd had more information on the on-site cafe as we might have eaten there. Campground host very friendly and checked-up on us to make certain everything about our site was satisfactory after we were hooked-up. Nice, paved walking trails. There is a rail line which runs close to the park which can be a bit noisy ... but, nothing to discourage staying there. We'd stay there again!

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While a bit pricey, we opted for this campground in hopes of views of the western slopes of the Tetons ... and were not disappointed. We arrived after fighting 60 MPH cross winds and hail and were welcomed warmly by the owners who made our check-in process quick and easy. This campground is located in a small town, far away from the any other towns. However, we found the "locals' warm and friendly. All in all, worth the drive.

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A great little campground, especially for an overnight stay and extremely convenient to I-94. The owner is very friendly and laid back. The park is also amazingly quite, which we loved. The only issue we had was with just 30 amps at our site and the temperature over 100 degrees we had to limit our A/C usage. Recommended!

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The owners were extremely pleasant and helpful. When there was a threat of high winds, the stopped at every RV with their awning out (as was ours) to advise them of the impending weather and suggest the bring their awnings in and secure any loose items outside their campers. We had a subsequent chance to talk with the owner and were impressed with how committed he was to his "guests" having a clean and pleasant experience. We would definitely stay here if in Bismarck again!

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Beautiful campground. There is no water at the site, although there are locations where fresh water is available to fill your holding tanks. Almost every site has a view of the water. The only issue we had were the "biting" flies which kept us inside in the afternoon.

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This is a municipal campground with roads, while easy to navigate, can be a bit tight with a few low hanging branches which high-profile rigs need to watch. Surprisingly quiet over the July 4th weekend. Manager extremely nice!

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Very convenient to I-29. Staff absolutely wonderful! Ice cream social and morning pancake breakfast were highlights! Site could have been cleaned of some litter after last camper left.

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This is a very pretty campground and extremely conveniently located just off I-80. The owner and staff were delightful! The access roads were,however, a bit tight and uneven and our site also needed leveling. Other sites appeared to be more level and we could have asked to change sites but didn't feel the effort was worth it for a one-night stay. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.

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This is a diamond in rural Wisconsin! It is clearly one of, if not the prettiest of the more than 275 campgrounds we've stayed at all across the US and Canada. A treed entrance is reminiscent of a southern plantation, acres of lawns, extremely quite, a pool and miniature golf for those interested and extremely wide full-service sites ... albeit without cable. However, over-the-air television out of Madison is more than acceptable. The campground is located on property once used as a school for orphaned, and later troubled youth. Just 2 miles from Stoughton, a quaint, old-fashioned town. If we were not on a schedule we could stay here for many more days. We only wish the young gals staffing the office had more information about the property's history and local area. Still, this is only the third "10" we've ever given any campground!