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Another nice Elks Lodge campground. Elks members only. Sites are all back-in on level gravel. Utilities are well placed and worked as expected. Great cable and wifi. The closer you are parked to the lodge the better the wifi. No dry camping. No reservations. Active, friendly lodge with dinners Wed & Fri. Lounge open daily. Easy access to Eureka for shopping, restaurants and sight seeing. The sights are close together, but it is not an issue in November. We've been here before and will certainly return.

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This is a nice campground nestled in the Redwoods. The young lady who managed the campground could not have been more helpful. Our site was a very long level pull thru on grass. The utilities were well placed and worked as expected. Easy Direct TV set-up although cable was available. We stayed a week to explore the nearby Redwoods. We had a very enjoyable week and would not hesitate to return.

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Nice Elks Lodge campground. E/W at site with dump at lodge. Sites are gravel with slight slope side to side. There was adequate parking available for our truck. Easy Direct TV set-up. Active lodge. Close to shopping and other activities. We've been there before and will return again.

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I chose this park due to the previous reviews mentioning that there were new owners who are making an effort to clean up the park and remedy past woes. I don't think they're ready for prime time yet. If I had it to do over I'd go to the Winchester Bay RV Resort. The campground is no longer called Surfwood. It is now the Oregon Coast RV Resort. While the new owners are friendly offered good service, the sites were narrow with water filled ditches bordering each site. The site was grass and muddy since we had had rain prior to our arrival. Several dogs were running loose from their owners sites. I had some concern while hooking up to leave of one dog from a nearby site with no owner in sight. I'm sure the owners are special people, but they need to have concern for others and keep their dogs under control.

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Another great Elks campground. The back-in sites are surrounded by natural plantings. They're level, wide and long with plenty of room to maneuver. E/W only with dump station available. Utilities were well placed and worked as expected. Easy Direct TV set-up. Helpful and friendly staff. We've been here before and will return again.

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The campground is a large asphalt lot with pull-thru sites on the harbor with a view of the bridge. Each site is bordered with landscape scrubs. The sites are on asphalt and long enough for both our fifth wheel and truck. The utilities were well situated and worked as expected. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It's a good location from which to see all the sights along US 101 in this area.

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Bud's is a nice little park behind a small grocery store on US 101 just north of Seaside, OR. The sites are all back-in with plenty of room to maneuver. The utilities worked as expected. The site was gravel with a space for our truck. A patio with a picnic table is included. It's quiet at night. The grocery offers a wide variety of items including a wonderful smoked brisket sandwich, but get it early as they sell out fast. Other hot and cold sandwiches are available. Tuesday is 2 for 1 hot dog day. The staff is very helpful. Propane is available on site. I'd return and recommend Bud's.

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One of the best Elks campgrounds. Elks members only. Gravel pads with parking nearby. No reservations. Call the host to check availability. All but two sites are FHU. All utilities work as expected. Good wifi. Easy DirectTV set-up. Very active lodge. Close to Salem shopping, restaurants and activities. We've been here before and will be back.

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This campground is very nice and seemingly very popular. We had a marina view site which also gave us a far river view, altogether a nice view out the back window. The check-in procedure was quick and we were escorted to our site. The back-in site was easily accessed, level side to side and long enough. The sewer connection was at the back of the site, electric and water were mid-way forward. Water pressure is 90#, so bring a reducer. The site is asphalt next to a gravel patio with a table and fire pit. Ice and firewood are sold at the host site #10. The host is friendly and helpful. While we were unable to use our direct tv dish due to trees, we were able to get a couple of OTA channels. We would return to Boardman Marina RV Park if in this area again.

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This was our second stay at the Couer d'Alene Elks campground. The host was very friendly and helpful. The folks at the lodge were friendly. The sites are level grass, either end to end back ins or long pull thrus depending on the number of units on site. Water and electric only, both on a post at the rear of the site. Good WIFI has been added since my last visit. There is an antenna at the rear of the campground, so, it would seem that would be the best location for the wifi, although we were mid-way and received a good signal. There are no trees, so we got a good direct tv shot. Convenient to shopping, restaurants, churches and several free dump stations. No reservations, but you can call the host to check availability.

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We stayed at the Turah RV Park overnight after leaving Yellowstone NP. It's an easy on and off I-90. The park offers a very well stocked grocery store. Our site was a long pull thru which allowed us to keep the truck hooked up to the trailer. The sites are gravel and the roads are asphalt. The interior roads are easily navigated. There are many older apparently seasonal RVs in the park. The park could use a bit more maintenance, especially litter clean-up. There were some tripping hazards on our site - holes and filled in fire rings of which to be aware. However, that being said, the park met our needs for location and easy access.

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We made our visit to Yellowstone with short notice and found that all the RV parks in West Yellowstone were booked. We were able to book a week at Yellowstone RV Park which fit into our schedule. While West Yellowstone may be a better location to visit the park from, this park proved to meet our needs for our visit. The hosts were terrific, very helpful and friendly. Our site was situated at the north end of the park, an easy back-in with river views out the back window. Earlier comments about avoiding the park if you can't get on the river are somewhat prejudicial. The park provides a place to stay while visiting the national park. Sites are close, it's as if you are parked in an RV dealers lot. Don't worry about getting your awning out, the wind comes swiftly down the valley. The utilities are well placed and functioned as expected. While many of the residents are workers at the national park, we found them to be friendly and helpful. And, besides, we don't find much interaction among RV park transient residents anyway. We enjoyed our stay at Yellowstone RV park and would return if in the area again.

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The 7th Ranch RV Park laid out on the side of a hill. The roads and sites are gravel with natural landscaping between sites. There are a few trees. All the sites are pull-thrus. The roads are easily navigated. We were escorted to our site upon check-in. Our site was at the top of the hill. It was very long, but not very level side to side. The utilities were laid out well. Although, the sewer pipe came out of the ground at an angle which made getting a good connection a challenge. The park has a hiking trail to the top of the hill which gives you a great view of the surrounding Montana countryside. It also makes a nice place to view the sunset. We stayed at 7th Ranch to visit the Little Big Horn National Battlefield. I doubt we will return to this area.

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Camping in the Badlands was a unique experience. The views are spectacular. The campground offers electric only. The sites are pull offs from the main road. We had a reservation and so were able to obtain a site large enough for our fifth wheel and truck. The site was reasonably level. The electric was well placed and functioned as expected. Each site has a picnic table and a wind screen. We checked in at the hotel and were directed to our site. The hotel could use better signage for RV parking while checking in.

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This campground is set within a grove of oak trees on a working corn and soybean farm. The road leading to the campground is one lane dirt with a smattering of gravel with multiple turns. The campground itself is a loop built on a slope. The owners are very friendly and I was escorted to the site. The owner also offered assistance as I backed into the site and when I left the campground. The site was a pull thru - you pull into site 9 and it continues into site 10. While the site was level side to side, it sloped front to back so much that neck was 6 foot plus off the ground. The utilities worked as expected. We could not use our direct tv, although we did get several OTA PBS stations and enjoyed watching American Experience. I disagree that this campground is Big Rig Friendly. I was able to get our 40' fifth wheel in and out, but it wasn't friendly. Since the Spam Museum is about the only reason to be in Austin anyway, and I've already been there, I doubt I'd return to Oakwood Trails CG.