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Rate reflects two days PA and one at full rate plus tax. This is a barren gravel lot with RV spots. They have both pull-through (which we used) and back ins. Nice little place with restaraunt on site that has good food. Very nice people. You 'register' in the restraunt. Very clean restroom/shower (only one). Very affordable laundry. Good power and strong WiFi. They have some trailers that they rent out, $300 per month. Space rent $175/month. Good bird watching right in the park. We had a Gila woodpecker nest in the Sugaro catus right out our front window. We would definately stay here again.

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Rate reflects one week at weekly and two days at daily. This is a very comfortable place to stay. Two hundred foot long spaces, hook-ups conviently placed. Owners the best, friendly, knowledgable, and considerate. Dirt/gravel roads and spots. Level. There is a clubhouse with shower, and the owners host a pot-luck Fridays, supplying main course, and campers providing side-dishes. Very tasty and you get to meet other campers. There is a swim/spa which is nice to soak in after a hard day of hiking or bird watching or sitting in the sun. This is a 'dark sky' park, meaning no lights emiting from your RV after dark. The sky out here is amazing. Each space has a table and a fire pit. We will be back here for sure. It is about 50 miles to a large grocery store and about 40 miles to the nearest gas station, so plan ahead. WiFi was great (and free) and water pressure was good. No pool or kid's play area, but there is so much to do in the area that it will not be missed.

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Rate is based on Monthly, including electricity. RPR suggests that we review a park even if we have reviewed it before, so I will. This is our fifth year here, and we are coming back next year again. We always stay from two to three months. As I and others have said before, this is a RESORT. You name it and they have it. It is a 55+ park, and so that cuts out some RVers, but those who qualify should come and join us. Like my wife says, "If you get board here, it isn't thier fault." The newest addition is Pickleball. Wonderful game. This goes along with hiking 'club', bicycling 'club', water volleyball, water aerobics, line dancing classes, dance classes, tap classes, golf outings, tennis and many other 'active' activities, along with pool, bocce ball, shuffle board, low (and very low) impact aerobics, for the less mobile, and them things like wood shop, ceramics, quilting, Operation Linus, Bible study, etc. I have written enough, but not enough. Come join us.

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Price reflects nightly rate plus $3.00 per night for WiFi. We chose this place because it was very close to relatives living in Saddlebrooke. Dirt/gravel grounds. Level. As mentioned, small office/TV sounge/showers/laundry building. Building small but clean. Managed by two sisters who are interesting and friendly. Great WiFi where we were. Road quiet at night, a little traffic noise starting about 6am. We would stay here again. Good spot for a few days.

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We were looking for a place around San Diego that was nice and a little different, and we found it. We enjoyed our stay here. We were in space 115 in the 'new section'. We had a view of the entire valley and great sunsets through our front window. Our space was a little low in the back, but easy to level. A great place to walk, nice people, and no ants. The restrooms were great. Each one a complete 'unisex' room with shower. The cost was twenty-five cents for each two minutes with a four minute minimum. There is no soap or towels of any kind in the restroom, but do not fear, there is TP. We enjoyed our six days here. We would stay here again.

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We stopped here because it was in the right location for our trip south. I read the reviews and knew what I was getting. As the full hook-ups were all back in, and we didn't want to disconect our car, we asked for a boondocking spot. When we got there, the host said that he could set up a full hook-up for us without us having to unhook. We pulled alongside the curb and took up two plus spots and had a full hook up spot. He went way beyond what he had to do. As noted, no restrooms or showers or anything else except a spot to park with utilities. It was quiet enough, and very close to the Museum, with the free ticket. We didn't have time to visit the museum this trip, but maybe when we head north in a few months.

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Much as other reviewers said. Nice little park, we got in after dark, and some one was there to help us find our spot and led us to it. Left at first light. A little steep for what you get, but it is right where we want it as we head south. Wish they were PA. Quiet and near stores. We will stay here again.

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The rate is for a Deluxe (middle grade) lot at monthly rate including electricity. This is a newer park (a year and a half old) that is wonderful. The spaces are either paved (supreme) or gravel. 30-40 feet wide with grass in between. 70-100 feet long. Very 'big-rig friendly'. Wide paved roads, great staff. Owner-operated park (RVers themselves) with paid staff and Work Campers helping. Large 'event' room with big screen TV and free pool table, pool and hot tub with handicapped lifts. The best restrooms you will find. Each a seperate room. Good laundry, kids playroom, exercise room, two fenced dog runs (grass) plus a huge area that, if you are careful and your dog's well trained, you can get away with letting them 'off leash', basketball, tennis, pickle ball, Frisbee golf, plus additional activities like free Bingo with prizes, pizza nights, free outdoor movies, pancake breakfasts. Some freeway noise and the trains do come by at night and honk their horns. Doesn't bother me, though. Rated 10/10*/10 by Good Sam. We will be back.

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Located behind trucking company. Kind of hard to find the driveway in. No amenities, just a simple park. It has level gravel pull-through spots. Many 'permanents', but no problem with them. Just stayed the night. Arrived after hours, but had sheet out side. The 'pull-throughs' are actually two 'back-to-back' spots that you pull through one to get to the other. Numbering isn't plain. Figured it out after getting out of the rig and walking around to figure it out. For the price, we will probably try and find another place if we have to stop in this area. Not a 'bad' place, just over priced for what you get.

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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.