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The rate listed is for the monthly rate divided by 30. You must pay for the electric that you use in addition to the monthly rate. This is a very nice park with lots of activities. Most folks here are snowbirds or full time residents in park model homes. We loved everything about the park except for the Wi-Fi. Unless you were awake between 10pm and 5am the Wi-Fi was so slow it was unuseable. We tired a number of different times during daylight and were almost always unable to connect to the Wi-Fi. And on those ocassions when we were able to connect, it was so slow that it was the same as being unuseable. Verizon aircard words great with 4G service. We may or may not stay here again. If they fix the Wi-Fi we would definitely stay again.

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We stayed here for three weeks and the price listed is the prorated monthly rate. The rate does not include electric and cable TV which you have to pay yourself if staying more than a few days. Nice park with snowbirds in park models and RV's. We liked the very restrictive pet policy. Portions of the park are no pets allowed which is nice because you don't have to listen to yapping dogs. Spaces are very large by most standards with lots of room between RV's. Sites are crushed granite with a cement patio. The only problems with this park are all the old folks riding their bikes to the various activities and not paying attention to cars. The folks on the bikes seem to think they own the streets and roads within the park. Other than that, we loved the park and would stay here again. I would have given it a higher rating except for the bike problem.

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Nice sites with paved pad but the grass was about 6 inches long. The restrooms were some of the worst I have seen in a long time. The showers were filthy. It appears the Hockey players and Horse people trashed the bathrooms. Would not recommend this park.

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This was an excellent find. We were passing thru and found this park. Signage to the park needs to be a little better but the park is great. The owners were very nice. The park is far enough off the freeway, that there was not traffic noise. We would highly recommend this park. The park is fairly new and they are currently digging a fishing pond. It is a Passport America park.

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This park was a pleasant find on our way east. We just spent one night but when we are in this area again we will definitely spend more time here and this will be the Park we stay at. The park in very very nice and clean. Even the gravel parking spaces were raked and it looked like we were the first ones to use the site.

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Great Park for overnight when you are passing through and a quick stop at the casino. A fairly new park so the trees are very small. Self check in by machine, so no office or office personnel to respond to questions. There was a Park Manager/Camp Host in a site next to the check in building, but we did not see them.

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Excellent park. Well run and very very clean. Office staff very friendly. Quite a few long term residence but they we no problem. Spoke with a couple of them and they were very friendly and offered suggestions on things to see and do in the area. But we did not take them up on their suggestions as we were just passing through. But if back in this area in the future this is definitely a place we would stay. All of the drive through sites had been raked and looked like they had never been park in.

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An OK park. Nothing special, but the staff are friendly and helpful. There are several long term residents in the park, but we did not notice a lot of junk around those trailers. Would stay there again. It is the nicer of the two parks in Baker City.

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An excellent park with very friendly and helpful owners. Probably the best park in the Boise area. Close to Camping World, Cracker Barrel, Costco and Sam's Club. What more could you ask for.

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Very nice park that is on the shore of the Columbia River on Lake Umatilla. Lots of space between sites. Lots of green grass and shade trees. Friendly staff. It is about a mile off the freeway so only local traffic on the road next to the park. There is a railroad track across the road from the park but the trains did not bother us during the night. Would gladly use this park again.

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This park could be a nice park but they are grossly overpriced and the signage leading to the park in almost non-existent. $47.00 plus tax are the CHEAP site with gravel mud, unless you want to spring for an additional amount where you get the gravel.

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Nice park next to the Wild Horse Casino along I-84 east of Pendleton, Oregon. There is also a very nice golf course on the property. Just past the RV park is an excellent Native American Cultural Center. The Center is well worth the visit and price of admission.

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We stayed here for eight days. Everyone was very friendly and went out of their way to make sure we had an enjoyable time. They even make reservations for us for several activities including a 190-mile all-day Jet Boat Trip on the Snake River. The park is directly behind the local Costco store and the sites along the road (across from the store) had a complaint about the back-up alarms on the forklifts as they unloaded freight from trucks at 5am each morning. We did not have a site in that part of the park so did not hear the forklifts. They offer a free continental breakfast from 8-9:30 each morning. The breakfast should start at 7am for most folks traveling through. This is an excellent park and we will stay here again.

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A very nice Washington State Park on the banks of the Columbia River just east of the Sam Hill Bridge (Highway 97). It is located across the river from Biggs Junction, OR which is on Interstate 84. So you are far enough away that the noise does not bother you. There are railroad tracks on both sides of the river but we were not bothered by the noise. We were lucky to get a site right on the river. One of the paddle wheel cruise ships was docked at the picnic area just up river from our campsite. Awesome sight to see. We stayed here on the 4th of July so it was a very busy park with lots of families enjoying the three day week end. Also a few wind surfers on the river while we were there.

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WiFi very very spotty and weak when it did work. The only time we could get a decent signal was after 11pm and before 5am. Cell phone coverage also very weak. Water pressure very low. We had to turn on our water pump in order to get decent pressure to shower. Very pretty park and if these problems were corrected it would be an excellent park. The shuttle to the Casino every 15 minutes is great. Buffet at the Casino is a little small and we had a 45 minute wait before we could be seated. Food was fair. They have an unadvertised special for a ribeye steak for $6.95. Good steak at a decent price.