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A small park with nice, long pull-through sites. We were staying a couple nights and this location worked out well. Getting in can be a little tricky due to the fence, so give yourself plenty of room to turn in. The owner is extremely friendly and helpful and very welcoming. It's not a fancy park but met our needs with good utilities, ability to get satellite, extremely fast Verizon data services including our air card and good cell service. Easy access to Bandon. Hwy 101 is quiet at night even though we were right on the highway. We would stay here again.

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As others have said, you are paying for the view and access to the beach. However, this is one of the nicest resorts we have stayed at for other reasons. The staff is extremely friendly. They have a gorgeous recreation building with a pool table, a living room area and an upstairs with couch/chairs that allow you to look out at the ocean. They had a happy hour and provided food on Saturday. Our site was plenty long and wide for our 40 ft RV and tow. We pulled into the site since we could see the ocean (not oceanfront, though). It was a little tight pulling in due to the building being so close, but we managed. Backing out was easier. My only complaint is that I would have appreciated knowing there is no cell service here before I came. They do provide a telephone free of charge for local and long distance calls, though. Their WiFi was the best I have ever had at an RV park. (They just put in another repeater station up front.) Other services were good and we could get satellite. I also could get some data on my air card and phone but it was slow. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again, as it's all about location, location, location.

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This is a great location to Lincoln City, as it's right off Hwy 101. We have a 40 ft RV and I chose a 45 foot space. It was definitely long enough but the street it's on was so narrow that it made backing into the site extremely difficult, with a tree and rocks directly across from the site. So although it looked good on paper, it really wasn't. The services for the park were good and we were surprised they offered cable service. Pricing was good. Lot of trees and paved roadways. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. The location was the best part for easy access to Lincoln City.

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This park is extremely well kept and a good location for visiting Portland. The sites are a little tight....the lamp post doesn't help.... with cars being parked next to the rig, which is close to many slides. But we got it to work. We were parked across from the dog walk area and that was convenient for us. Verizon cell and air card worked well, as did all the utilities. We were able to get satellite from our space. Pads are paved, as well as the street so it stays nice and clean. The staff in the office was very friendly. We have stayed here before and will stay again.

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The good news is that this is a well kept park with lots of nice landscaping, nice pool and spa, gate house, paved roads and friendly/helpful staff. There are a lot of activities on the weekend and the park was quiet during the week EXCEPT for the train that goes through frequently. It was extremely loud and even shook our 40 ft RV. The good news was that we were so close to the train that we didn't hear the freeway noise on the other side of the park. But a good set of ear plugs let us sleep fine. It is a good location for visiting Mount St. Helens and you can walk down to the river, which is nice. A couple nights here was fine. They really have a great park here except for the train and freeway noise. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. Our water was a funny color... yellowish brown. That bothered me more than the noise.

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As others have said, this is basically a gravel parking lot with water, sewer and up to 30 amp service. All utilities are in the back and depending upon which side you are on, the utilities may or may not be on the correct side. We just needed an extension to our sewer hose to make it work. We were given the widest site for our 40 ft RV and it worked ok but we had to park in front of the RV due to our 4 slides. It wasn't crowded, so no one was next to us, but I did wonder if the rigs at the end of the row would be able to get out, as our car was in front of our RV and the 5th wheel across the way had his truck in front. When we left, it was not an issue, as no one was in our row. Although no table at the site, there are tables over by the trail if you want to picnic or grill. That's the worst part of it. The staff is very nice in the office. There is a trail to a lower area where there is a big grass lawn and trees and even a small dog park. It was a great place to walk the dog, as there was no where in the Gravel Jungle to walk him. On the good side.. this place is close to Lacey and less than 2 miles to LOTS of amenities like stores, a HUGE community dog park, Costco and more. It also is close to Olympia and bike trails. From a location standpoint it is great. We stayed 5 nites and although at first I thought it was really bad, it really wasn't that bad. Just not any amenities. Also, it was the quietest place we have ever stayed. There was a train that we could hear in the distance in the evening but overnight it was extremely quiet. Verizon cell and air card worked very well here and satellite was no problem. We'd probably stay here again due to the location and the cost was extremely reasonable.

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We stayed here twice within a short time before and after taking the ferry to Canada. The staff in the office is extremely friendly. We got there early and our space was still full. No problem...they found us another spot. We had back-ins both times and they were easy to get into with our 40 ft rig. Site was level and gravel. We would definitely say here again.

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We came from the U.S. on the ferry from Anacortes, WA and the ferry landing was a great location to get to this RV park. It took us less than 15 minutes once we were through Customs. This is the quietest park I have ever stayed at. Absolutely no traffic noise except what goes in and out of the park. The roads are paved and our site was level and gravel with some low lying weeds. If they invested in some Round Up and new gravel, it would be perfect. That said, it really was a perfect place to stay. The sites were wide and roomy from your neighbor. There is a beach trail that goes to a rustic beach, which is a nice walk. The office staff was very helpful and pleasant and it was easy to get in and out of the park with a big rig. They have ample parking at the office for big rigs, which was appreciated. The wifi was okay but not great. I was able to connect on my phone but never on my laptop. When the park was full it was difficult to get on and stay on, but better when the park was less full. Best times were the morning. No problem with 50 amp service, water or sewer. We did not get cable but were able to use Dish Network satellite. Hwy 17 is close enough for convenience but far enough so there is no noise. It goes north to Sidney easily and south with a longer drive to Victoria. There are seasonal people here but their sites are well maintained and even enhanced with patios etc. We stayed a week and loved it. We'd definitely come back.

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First of all, DO NOT drive your RV through Vancouver to get to this park. Take the Truck Customs border crossing if coming from the U.S. and then 176th St to the Trans Canada Highway West. Use Capilano St. exit and follow the signs. Although we came in this way, we also came in a different way when we got close to the park and making a hard left into the park with the 40 ft RV and tow is almost impossible...except somehow my husband managed it without damaging the tow. The park is tight between sites but we had no problem putting out our slides and still having some room. The park is easy to navigate with a big rig. The road was wide and paved so backing in was easy and sites were level/concrete. There was enough room for the RV and tow at our site. They have a nice off leash dog park, which we appreciated. The pool looked very nice but we did not use it. "Grass" between sites was a little long but no big deal. A mall is right down the street for convenience and getting into Vancouver is simple over the Lions Gate Bridge...just a few minutes. But traffic is heavy in this area, so be prepared when getting in and out of the park. The park does have some noise because it is close to the on ramp of the Lions Gate Bridge, but it was quieter over night. Otherwise the park is quiet with the people staying here. I don't usually use the park's wifi but since I didn't want to pay for data from the U.S. I did. The wifi on my phone worked well but I rarely got my laptop to connect. Price is higher but that's Canada and its location to the city. We would stay here again.

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The young woman in the office was very efficient and got me checked in and on my way quickly. We had requested a site with satellite access and got one, although there are a lot of trees here too if that's what you want. The site was level and long enough for our 40 ft RV and car. Easy in and out. Sites were spacey enough but not huge. Verizon air card and phone were good here. Location is right off the freeway but it was quiet at night. We could access tourist things in the area easily. There are a lot of people with kids here to enjoy the amenities but it was still a quiet park, which we appreciated. There was a large grass area at the back of the park that was great for walking the dogs. We'd stay here again.

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First of all, let me say that this is one of the most beautiful and well maintained RV parks that we've ever stayed at. The trees and landscaping are very well maintained and there are hiking/walking trails around the edge of the property. They have a "dog run" which is literally a narrow fenced in area, not an off leash dog park. But the hiking trails made up for it. The lake is beautiful as well as all the trees. The staff was very helpful when we needed our insurance company to fax us some information. Sites were level concrete and roads were paved. We had a back in space and it was plenty big for our 40 ft RV and tow. Very easy to navigate through the park and the road was wide enough so when we had to back it, it was very easy. It is a little out of the Seattle but not too bad a drive in miles but the traffic is heavy. But considering we were near the city of Seattle, it's a good location. Safeway is across the street as well as some restaurants, which is convenient. We were able to get our 40 ft rig in for fuel before heading to Canada. My Verizon air card and phone were not up to their usual standard as the park is in a small valley. Sometimes it was great and sometimes it seemed like someone had shut off the service to the area...and it was unpredictable as far as time of day. But I would definitely stay here again. There was a little road traffic but overall pretty quiet.

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We chose this park as it seemed from the reviews to meet our needs the best, but I should say I am not a fan of KOA's and this one didn't change my mind. Luckily, we got there when it wasn't full or I don't think we could have maneuvered our 40 ft rig to our site. By the time it filled up for the weekend, navigating the park was tough as the sites seem to barely fit rigs and vehicles. Luckily, we left after the crowd too. Area was noisy at times. It seemed like the park was right next the freeway on ramp and there was a big truck stop on the other side of the freeway. Some trees but tall enough not to affect driving. We asked for a site where we could get satellite and were told they did the best they could. Well, there was no satellite access and yet, I made the request when I made the reservation several months ago. Easy access to downtown and other areas for sightseeing in the area. The site was level. Verizon air card, which normally works well almost everywhere was very slow here, as you are down in a "hole" off the road. I did walk the dog on the DOT "trail" on the edge of the park and that was nice to get away from the crowds. No KOA off leash dog area here. Muddy when it rained but not horrible. Office was polite when we checked in and helpful when we needed a package delivered but seemed to make a lot of apologies for slow wifi and not giving us a satellite friendly site. All in all, okay but nothing special. I would look at the other parks in the area next time, mostly due to close quarters, noise and poor Verizon access. This is a KOA but it didn't seem like it in terms of service. At least the price was not as high as other KOA's.

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We only picked this park because we needed a one night stay on our way to somewhere else. As it turned out it was a great place to stay. The two young women who checked us in were so friendly and helpful. We didn't realize there were some interesting things in the area to see and ended up doing some sightseeing (Pendleton Wool factory tour), as well as enjoying the casino. There is also a movie theater here, which we didn't use but that was a nice option. The park is well maintained with room between sites. Concrete pads are level and Verizon air card and phone worked well. It was very quiet and peaceful and a great surprise to find such a nice RV park after a long day of driving. We would plan on staying here again next time we travel through this area and even consider staying more than one night.

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This is an extremely well kept RV park. There is grass between the sites which is well maintained, as well as the park being very neat. The staff was friendly and helpful. They have a beautiful pool and we particularly loved the grassy off leash dog park for our puppy. Lots of friendly people and dogs. Verizon air card and phone worked well here. Easy in and out for our big rig. It is near lots of restaurants and a short drive from shopping, as well as downtown Boise. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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We called several times before arriving to be sure there were no events at the fair grounds. We were 1 of 3 RV's at the park for the 5 nites we were here. VERY quiet near a residential area and close to everything in town. Although it's a short way from the freeway, it wasn't a long drive by any means. Good spot for overnight or a few days. We dropped our check in the box and never saw anyone from the "office", which wasn't a problem. If you want to use the restrooms you need a deposit and to get the key from the office. Spacious site for a big rig, although with our car, we were taking up 2 spots, but not a problem as they were just about empty. Good electrical and water. There is a dump station on site. Lots of grass for walking the dog. VERY clean and neat but nothing luxurious. Just a site with electric and water. Good service with Verizon air card and cell service. Level site on grass.