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We stayed for one night. Cost included 10% tax. A park with the vast majority permanents. Only about 6 spots for 'passer throughs'. People in office fantastic, but their last day is April 1, 2015. They were 'fired' after being there for over five years because the owner hired a 'property managment' company, and that company want to bring in 'their own people'. We'll see what the new people are like. The long term people's units are so-so. They seem like nice people. Space paved, perfectly level. Only used water and electric, but locations perfect, didn't have to unhook our car or use 'long hoses'. We would stay here again. Yes, the rear end of the coach 'scrapes' the pavement because of the sharp dip at the driveway as you enter and leave the park, but we will put up with it.

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Stayed here passing through. Have been here before and liked it enough to come back. The last couple of reviewers hit the nail on the head. One addition, they will take credit cards, including AMEX, on the 'Night Registration' envelope. The manager said on the phone that "if you are comfortable doing it, you can put CC info on envelope. No one sees it but me." So I did. A little noisy from 99, but we survived. We will come back again.

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This is the tale of two parks. Park number one is all back ins, very close together with full hookups, with many full timers. Park number two, the one we stayed in, has 8 pull thrus with water and electric. There is a very large gravel lot behind the "park number one" with eight pull thru spaces. To problem getting in or out. Very nice owners who are trying to sell the park. I asked them if they were working with anyone to buy it yet, and they said they did and that they were great people and they (present owners) are sure that the new ones will do a great job with the park. We have stayed here four or five times, and will do so again. Price is Passport America.

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Stopped by on the way south. Price reflects Good Sam discount. Nice clean place. Wide grassy spots. Very level lots. We will stay here again for sure. Not really a "Resort", but a VERY nice RV park.

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This was our first time here. It is a small fairly nice park. No WiFi, but as this was an overnight stop, no problem. Off the freeway by miles, so quiet. Close to Costco and Walmart. Nice owners. We will stay here again.

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Rate reflects 18 nights, combo weekly and nightly. This is not really a 'resort' but is a very nice park. Many trees, our site #51 was perfectly level. Restrooms clean with free hot water. WIFI free, and good until too many people get on. We have been coming to Cannon Beach for about 40 years, and to this park since it opened, and plan on returning. Office staff is friendly and helpful. There is free air and water available near the fuel pumps. Small playground for kids. A little over half a mile to the wonderful beach, an nice walk. Cannon Beach is a cute little town. Don't miss the Cannon Beach Bakery, especially the Haystack Bread. One small caveat. The gas and propane are very expensive. 10-15 cents cheaper in town, and 70 cents cheaper 25 miles north in Astoria. Come give the town and the park a try.

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Price reflects monthly rate including electricity. This is only the second park I have rated a ten. Wide spaces (40' average), long (up to 110 feet), plenty of grass, and very big rig friendly. Great staff, pool. Fitness room, kids play room, play structure, basketball, and pickle ball area. Very clean restrooms (each has an individual room) and clean laundry. As mentioned, a 10/10/10 by Good Sam and it deserves it. One other small note, 1/3 of the profits go to a local charity that sends surgeons around the world doing free orthopedic work in third world countries. Give it a try. We will definitely be back!

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The rate cited is the Passport America rate+. Great little spot for a night. We stopped here on our way south, and enjoyed the night. All the necessities were there. Friendly people in the office, even though we got there late. The spot they left the paperwork for us to use had an RV in it already, so we took the adjoining one. The road in the front was kind of noisy in the morning, but we lived through it, and will stay here again when passing through.

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Price reflects PA rate. Great place for an overnighter. Like has been said before, the place for a big rig is in the back pull-throughs. Easy to get into site, water and 30 amp. Great people in the office. We like it because we can avoid LA while traveling south on I-5. Will stop here again!

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We hope to keep this place to ourselves, but we only need it for two nights a year, so I will share. $14.14 was the Passport America rate. Nice place for an overnighter. Convenient pull-throughs. Great office staff. No noise from I-5.

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Rate reflects Passport America discount. This is a mobile home park with the ability and desire to rent to RVers. In fact, there is a large sign on the road, "RV Park". It is off the road a ways down a rough dirt/gravel driveway. It is an old mobile home park that has many empty spaces. Paved road, gravel spots. Some, like ours, have covered parking for your car/truck. At first glance, I didn't like it much, but after staying there a couple of nights while we saw the dam, it really wasn't so bad. The manager is very nice and helpful. Not pool or any of those amenities, not even cable or Wi-Fi, but for us that didn't really matter for a couple of nights while sightseeing. The location is great. We probably would stay here again if in the area. The rate is right and it is for unlimited stay. P.S., don't miss the laser show at the dam. It is amazing.

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Rate reflects GS. We spent three nights here while visiting relatives who live in Oak Harbor. It is a drive down to town, but the best around if you can't get in o the one in town. The sites are very narrow. You have to step out into the grass, not extra pavement. Picnic table at each site. The sites were level, and not too close together. Restrooms and showers were nice, except, no shower curtain between the shower and the dressing area for the shower. Very nice people in the office. She switched sites from the one we originally reserved, when I mentioned my wife was a light sleeper. Very thoughtful. Talking to my relatives, the planes go over very irregularly. We had no problem while we were there. They said that sometimes it is a real nuisance, even to them. All in all, not too bad a place. Location near Deception Pass is nice. We would stay here again.

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Rate reflects four days PA and two days GS. We really enjoyed our stay here. As has been noted, it is close to the West entrance to Glacier, and about 15 miles from Kalispell for all your shopping needs. Columbia Falls is a nice little town with some things to do, but the main attraction is Glacier. The park is owned by a couple who were full-timers for seven years and before than built and ran successful small businesses. It really shows. They know what RVers want and need, and are willing to put in the money to make it happen. Level pull-through gravel spots off of paved roads with plenty of room for our 34 foot MH and toad. Good electricity and water pressure. Very clean restrooms and showers. Owners very friendly and helpful. No extras like pool or hot tub (this is Montana after all). Good WiFi except when too many get on. We will stay here again if (when) we make it back to up Glacier.

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Rate reflects GS discount. This park is great. Paved roads, level gravel sites, many trees, wonderful people in the office, owner who takes a "hands-on" approach to making sure everything is done correctly, pool (didn't use, not open yet), hot tub that was, very clean restrooms and showers. It was quiet as it has one of the most attractive Mobile Home Parks I have ever seen in front, a golf course in the back and not much on either side. Birds are the only thing that will wake you up in the morning. We only stayed two days on our way to Glacier, but if in the area again, will definitely stay here.

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The setting of this park is unbelievable. You are right on the Clearwater River in Orofino. Forty- three of the forty-nine sites are right on the river. The back in spaces are rock and our's was perfectly level. They have five pull-throughs that are on blacktop. Interior roads are blacktop. Marge in the office is a sweetheart, even changed our site for us to make it better for us, and I didn't even ask. The showers were a "10" as was the laundry room. No pool or other ammenties, other wise this would be "9+". I don't give many "10"'s. To me, the surroundings of a park are not really that important. Yes, there are some railcars near the park, but so what. On the opposite side you have a beautiful river and evergreen trees. The noise on Highway 12 is kind of loud during the day, but at night it really quites down. When we were here there WAS river traffic. Fishermen running their boats both directions at high rates of speed. It is kind of rough getting into the park, but if you go slowly, so what. I don't care what I have to go through to get into the park, it is what it is like when I am there that counts. The rate shown is river-front back-in with Good Sam. The trains go by about 2-3 times a MONTH, so I guess we lucked out in our three days here, none came by. We would come back here in a heart beat.