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On a scale of 1-10 this park is a 15. Every RVer should experience a stay here at least once. It is beautifully landscaped and maintained. The surrounding area is gorgeous. For a park this nice, the rate is reasonable. We have paid much more for a lot less.

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We stayed here a couple of years ago while passing through Missoula so when we decided to return for a couple of weeks, we knew this was the park to stay at. It was as good as we remembered. Very nicely landscaped with LOTS of flower beds. Sites are extra wide with trees so there is a real feel of spaciousness and privacy compared to most parks. All parks should be as nice. We paid a weekly rate of $195.00.

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We stayed here for one night while traveling. Were provided a long enough site not to have to unhook. The nicer (more trees) sites seem to be taken by long term workers. There was no problem with those "living" there as mentioned and in fact the park was very quiet. They have a lovely, well maintained, clubhouse with a large, inviting indoor swimming pool. The owners are a very friendly and helpful couple. We would not hesitate to stay here again when passing through the area.

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We stopped for one night while traveling, and were provided a long enough pull through not to have to unhook. Pleasant enough with lawn and trees between sites. Lots of long tenancy's but not a problem. This park is adjacent to the fairgrounds and would probably be noisy when events going on but was quiet while we were there.

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We chose this park because it was away from the busy lake area campgrounds and we are really happy we did. Wallowa is a sleepy little town and this campground is on the edge of town on the river. It is a no-frills park but that suited us just fine. The sites are adjacent to a large shaded lawn and river front. It's a easy drive to Enterprise and Joseph for more shopping and dining options. The owners live onsite and are very peasant and helpful. We spent a week and hated to leave. Only negative that I found was there is only one washer and one dryer, but I found a laundry mat in Joseph so this would not keep us from staying here again. In fact, it is the only park we would stay at again. Loved the peace and quiet! We paid a weekly rate of $165.00.

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This park is what all parks should be. Plenty of space, both between the sites and in length. There is grass and trees between the sites and the park is surrounded by trees. The sites are placed randomly, instead of being lined up like sardines in a can. The owners are very friendly, and the pride in their park really shows. Another plus is that they provide recycling bins. The only negitive is the noise from the highway but this is true of most parks that are on main roads. We would definitely stay again.

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This is a wonderful RV park. All the sites are on lawn with lots of trees around and have a view of the river. It is a very quiet, peaceful setting. The owners live on the property and started the business many years ago. They are a friendly, helpful couple who actually came out to wave goodbye on the last day of our week long stay. They escort you to your site and stay to be sure you have everything you need. It is 12 miles from town but well worth the drive. It is a dead zone for cell phones but a signal can be picked up just a few miles down the road. No TV (antenna or cable) but our satellite picked up fine. All the other campers we spoke to while there loved it also.

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This is a nice park with enough space between the sites. Road noise not an issue. Enjoyed the free breakfast. The pancakes were very good and huge! My only complaint is that the interior roads were pretty narrow. Our site was a little on the short side also, but we were last ones in for the night so slim pickings of a site for us.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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This is a nice park. The pull-throughs are long and there's plenty of space between sites. Quiet even though next to the highway. Good internet and lots of cable TV channels. Great place to stop for the night while crossing Oregon. Previous owners didn't welcome pets, but it is now pet friendly. So if you are like us and were turned away on a prior trip because of a pet, give them another try.

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We stayed here for 2 nights several years ago, so while passing through again, we were happy to be able to stay here again. It's a no frills park, but very nice for a night or two. I was surprised to read the review saying the sites were narrow because we find them the opposite. There is plenty of room to get in and out and not be on top of your neighbor. The Cable is good and so is the wi-fi at our site. We did not use the restrooms or laundry. The staff were friendly, and we were advised there would be coffee and muffins in the morning.

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We stayed here 6 nights. The rate is $25 per night and if you stay 5 you get 2 free. A real bargain these days. As mentioned before, the sites for short stays are rather narrow, but it was a very quiet park, even with all the long term residents. The clubhouse was very nice with a homey feeling and lots of information for the area. The laundry facilities were good. Cable was good. Had to go to the clubhouse to use wi-fi. The manager was very friendly and helpful. He definitely takes pride in what he does. Good location for touring the area.

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We have stayed in this park many times, and sometimes for long stays. It is in a country setting near a river. It is a quiet, well maintained park. We don't use their facilities much but have no complaints. Over the years we have encountered a revolving staff, but never anyone that wasn't helpful or friendly. Free Wi-Fi with good connection. No cable but does pick up channels with antenna.