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We traveled to San Carlos for a one month stay. Upon arrival we were charged $30 more than we had agreed upon months earlier when we paid our deposit for our reservation. Our initial spot had no power and the sewer hookup was under the motorhome, plus we were out in the roadway. We then moved to another spot. Mexico standards and USA standards are very different. Cable meant 2 very fuzzy channels. WiFi works if you are sitting at the office. 30 amp power, some days you have it, some you don't. Find the breaker box because you will need to reset it hourly. Some days you will have water, some days you may not. Little water pressure. We had to run our pump all month long. The grounds are kept clean; however, my dog couldn't walk anywhere within the park without getting goat heads (a stickler weed) in her feet. On the weekends the night club across the street is very loud and stay open until 4 a.m. The pickleball court is great but there is rarely a slot to play because the owner allows players outside the park to take most of the time slots. We did not use the pool or hot tub. The laundry facilities - washers and dryers are very old. Some work, some take your money and don't work. My clothes didn't get clean and the dryers get so hot that one sports fabric shirt melted! I bought these issues to the owner and he is very condescending unless you have your husband with you. San Carlos is a beautiful area. That's what made our trip great, not this RV park.

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Loved this beautifully maintained park. Very clean and manicured. Large grassy area in front of the sandy beach for you and your dog to enjoy. Big trees to supply shade while you enjoy the large barges down the Columbia River. Long beach area to walk. The only negative was that the grassy area between rv's was dead.

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The park is right off the highway and pretty tricky to get in and out. The back end of our motorhome drug coming out of the park. This park isn't really meant for larger rv's and no where to park a tow vehicle. Small park with little privacy. But it is clean, friendly staff and nice rocky beach area. Beautiful views of the Hood Canal.

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This is a lovely little park. Well maintained. Owners and staff were friendly and helpful. The park streets feel a little tight if you are in a large coach. You will want to unhook your tow vehicle prior to entering the park. Love the Sequim area and look forward to returning.

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Nice clean and well maintained park. With few options for Rv parks in the Boise area we have stayed in this park many times over the years. We have seen this lovely park become home to many people living full time in this park. Which brings children playing late at night and fast driving cars. Plus the annoying noise of the Meridian Speedway. Very discouraged by what this park is becoming.

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Nice park along the river. Great deck area on the river for relaxing, reading or barbequing. Friendly staff and good access to the interstate highway. Our site was a little narrow.

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If you are looking for great beach access, this is the park to stay in. Amazing beach front with very few people. Friendly staff and owner. Our sight was pretty narrow but that didn't matter to us because we enjoyed the beach front site. We were there 3 days, not near long enough!

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This is a lovely park. The grounds are manicured and clean. The lake area is a great asset to the park. Nice and quiet with nice spacing between rigs. All the employees were very friendly. Look forward to returning to this park!

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The manager was very nice and friendly. Knows the area well and will highlight any activities going on in the area. It's little walk to town, depending on your physical ability. The sites are very close together. We couldn't put our awning out and feared our TV or general conversation would be heard by our neighbors.

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Beautiful park, amazing view. Nice spacious spots, clean laundry area, friendly people at the gate and great beach access. If you have a disability with walking, the beach access could be challenging.

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This park is very clean, staff is very friendly and helpful and the park is in great proximity to anything you want to do in Boise. The only negative comment would be traffic speeding through the park to get to the lower end of the park. Watch your children or animals.

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Beautiful and well maintained park. Paved RV spots with picnic tables and grass area between rigs. All amenities are clean. Walking trails throughout park with nice landscaping. They also have a shuttle service from the park to the casino if needed, but it's a nice walk. Looking forward to returning to this park.

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This RV park's best asset is the close proximity to the ocean. Only a short trail away is a secluded beach to enjoy. Tent sites are on the beach. RV sites are wide enough and plenty long. The area between RV's need some grass but there are tables on each site to use. They do have clamming and crabbing gear to borrow. We would stay here again because of the beach area.

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Very nice and friendly owners. RV spots are spacious with grassy areas. Level spots and great WiFi. Restrooms are clean. Well maintained park with great proximetry to Astoria Oregon or Long Beach, Ilwaco Washington. Nice quiet park. We'll be staying here again.

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Spaces are very close together and unlevel. No view of water but close to the marina in Newport. Won't be staying here again.