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Nice park about 20 miles from Lassen Volcanos NP. Easy check in but roads and spaces could be marked better. Our space was a pull thru that was fairly level with full hook ups, fire ring and picnic table. No Verizon phone service and wireless was unusable. Good for a night or two but not a destination. Would stay here again.

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Level gravel sites with full hookups, friendly park staff escort to site, wifi barely works and they charge $3 (1-2 bars), close to RR tracks and very noisy when trains go by, good for overnight but not a destination as it is out in the middle of nowhere.

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Stayed in one of the full hookup sites. It was level pavement, with table and fire pit. Right on beach 100 yards from water. Great for bird watching. No wifi and decent Verizon signal. Only negative is road noise and trains. Would stay here again.

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Very nice, quiet county park alongside a lake. Sites are back-in, packed sand with picnic tables and fire pits. Water and electric only. Wifi only in small gazebo at entrance to campground. Campground hosts and rangers friendly and helpful. Verizon signal good. Would definitely stay here again.

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Convenient to I-5 and I-205 but not a destination park. Many full time rigs in park. Easy access in and out. Sites are gravel and asphalt. Did not use Wi-Fi. Rate is for SKPs. Would stay here again.

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Nice park with attached motel right on Hwy 101 across the street from Hood Canal. Nicely landscaped but pull-thru sites are tightly spaced with very little parking space. Laundry is clean and only costs $1. WiFi is marginal and Verizon service is not that great. Would definitely stay here again.

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Centrally located park for exploring the northern part of the Olympic National Park. Pull-thru and back in sites available. Sites are fairly spacious. WiFi not that great. Laundry is expensive at $2.50 for each wash and dry. Staff is friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again.

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This is a great little RV park that is not easily found. The access is good if you are 36' and under but might be a challenge to a larger rig. The road down to the park is narrow and looks more like a driveway. The road is paved but the spaces are grass back-ins with water and 30 amp only. On the really positive side is the view, the lake and beach access. The entire park is filled with grass and beautiful trees. The Salmon House restaurant is next door and has great food (including salmon). The bathrooms are clean. There are numerous hiking trails and waterfalls nearby. Wi-Fi and phone service are not good but it might depend on your provider. Plan to come to get away from the world. Would definitely stay here again.

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Check-in went smoothly and site was on second level. Have stayed here before and park is in great location about 15 minutes drive from downtown Portland and 20 minutes to Vancouver, WA. Walmart and Camping World are just down the road a mile. It is convenient to Hood River Gorge and waterfalls. Sites are concrete with grass and picnic tables. Swimming pool well maintained and laundry area is clean. Hosts are friendly and love staying at this park.

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Nice park centrally located to many activities. Sites are average in size - some have more space between rigs. There are no tables at the sites. Within walking distance of Aquarium, Science Center, and marina. Fireworks were great and view of bridge is very nice. Office staff not real helpful in putting small groups together, even with a reservation one year in advance. Would definitely stay again. Large motorhomes will do OK here.

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My home park in a green belt surrounded by hills. It's off Hwy 101, but very quiet. Most pull thru, but some back in sites. Fairly level with picnic table and fire pit. Grass is green and mowed. Verizon cell service is good as is satellite reception. Wi-Fi not so great. Office personnel not very nice. They should work on their customer service and not make excuses.

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Nice park about a mile south of Seaside with lots of grass. Most sites are back in, but a few are pull thru and they are fairly level. Table and fire pit at all sites and firewood sold in park store. Many sites have nice shade. Large open field with fire pits for dry camping. Office staff friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is good. Would definitely stay here again.

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This is a great park and I always enjoy staying here. Sites are mostly level concrete with grass. Dog friendly with grass area for them. Kid friendly pool area and nice clubhouse. They have a variety of activities: karaoke and card night. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Laundry room needs some ventilation or a way to prop the door open. Close to freeway, Camping World is down the street and Portland is about 15 minutes away. I would definitely stay here again.

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Beautiful location off Hwy 140 about 10 miles west of Lakeview. Very nice camp host and fairly level sites with shade trees. Wi-Fi is spotty from the RV depending on which site you have, but available in office and pavilion. Nice grass area with volleyball net and pavilion with gas bbq's. Very quiet at night with great views of thunderstorms in the distance. Private lake with 14" trout - very delicious. Nice tent camping areas on grass. I would definitely stay here again. Mario's Dinner House in Lakeview has excellent food.

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My home park. Easy access off US 101 with gravel roads, grass sites, picnic tables and fire rings. Verizon cell service is good but park wireless weak. No trees to interfere with satellite. Good access for all size rigs with pull through sites. Five minutes from Neskowin Beach. Playground, grass and pool for kids.