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Sorry, I can't give a 10 when no pool or cable available. That being said, this is a near perfect park with spacious back in and pull through sites with lush green grass on a firm base. If you prefer sites on gravel or pavement, clearly defined, you will probably prefer the KOA down the road. The staff is very helpful and accommodating and escort you to your site and assist your parking. Most services work well (use a water pressure regulator) however the DSL wifi which I'm told usually functions well was spotty at best probably due to the many wires down from the recent forest fires in the area so it should improve. The rest room, shower and laundry areas are up to date and "5 star clean". While no cable TV is available, there is a repeater on a local mountain making a number of HD channels available over the air. We plan on returning.

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This is one of our favorite parks, and a bargain with the "Geezer Card". Sites are mostly spacious level pull throughs all paved with a patio and table surrounded by mowed green grass. Tenters are in a separate area on grass. Everything is clean and well maintained. A number of TV channels are available over the air while there are a number of trees in the area, satellite reception shouldn't be a problem in most sites. This park would rate higher if wifi and cable were available. It's too bad tree roots have disabled some of the sewer connections.

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This is a large park with many sites most full service or water and electric. Most sites were built decades ago so aren't the most modern. Services were all satisfactory and this park has a lot to offer, ocean beaches, lakes, paved trails, historical sites etc. You are allowed to drive on the beach but access is thankfully limited to 4-wheel drive so there is limited traffic. Biggest issue is too many kids on weekends whose parents seem to think the roadways are their personal playground. We plan on returning for a longer visit next year.

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We reserve the same site 2 to 3 times a year to attend races at the adjacent Evergreen Motor Speedway. If you don't like racing noise, avoid this place on weekends. This is a fairgrounds so no tables or fire pits, but sites are wide, clearly marked and most will easily accommodate large rigs. Minimal leveling will be required on most sites. The host, a lovely lady, is the most accommodating and helpful you will find.

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The best way to get to this park is on Baker Lake Rd. west of Concrete, as easy drive and you GPS will take you right to the park. The perimeter sites are mostly level and will be best suited for motor homes and large rigs. The interior sites will require some leveling but are mostly doable, we had no problem with our 25' TT. This park is owned and operated by an electric utility and is wired for power, so at some future date should get power. We will be returning, a very relaxing place.

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Previous reviewers pretty well said it all, it hasn't changed. Some sites have water & electric, ours didn't, not a problem for a 3 night stay as we have a genny and genny hours are fair at 8:00AM-10:00PM. I Feel price (includes res. and out of state use fee) pushing the limit for a dry site. I would have rated higher if the price was better and a dump station was onsite.

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We perused this park for future use and will not return. This park had some of the nicest well kept amenities we have seen and would get a "10". However, the sites though paved and level, are so tight and short, they are almost a joke. If either your towing or towed unit exceeds 15', one unit will have to be parked in the street, while long or dual slide units would encroach on another site. This park must eliminate some sites and reconfigure to be usable by today's RVs.

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We didn't stay here but perused it for future use. We found a beautiful park with well spaced level sites with lush green grass that are well shaded by deciduous trees. Restroom/showers appeared clean and well maintained 53 sites have FHU while the rest are unserviced tent sites, well separated from the RV sites. It is adjacent to both RxR tracks and Hwy 97 so some noise can be expected. No Wi-Fi or cable and a high price brought the rating down.

     

Burns Park

Condon, Oregon

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We stopped at this cute little county park in Condon to eat our lunch and discovered a RV park adjacent to the county fair grounds and a must see museum. There are 17 FHU sites, all on gravel, 3 or 4 are shaded pull troughs, requiring some leveling while there is room for approx 10 tents on the grass for $10 per night. The sites on their own probably rate a "5" or "6", however, the restroom/showers were as clean as you would expect in a 5 star hotel, even had body wash and shampoo, justifying the "7". A great value, we will probably stay here 2 or 3 nights when we come back to explore this area further.

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CAUTION, use your water pressure regulator. I didn't at first and gave my pant leg a bath when I flushed the toilet. Back in 30 amp sites only $22, 50 amp and pull through $25. Great value for level gravel sites with grass between and a table with water, power, sewer, cable and Wi-Fi. Construction is complete so park is very quiet. Add in the casino with good eats and you have a winner. Don't forget to get a players card, even if as is our case we don't gamble because this gets you discounts in the eateries.

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If you expect a plethora of city amenities on the South Beach, you probably won't be appreciate what this park has to offer. This park is right on the ocean and was designed for RVs. All sites are spacious and paved, and if not pull through, are set in a circle and easy to back into. The older part with sewer hook ups will handle small to medium/large rigs while the newer dune sites will handle any length, but no sewer. The sites with yurts also had water and electric hook ups for RVs which is ideal for families. Our dune site #91, was raked and spotless when we arrived and was less than a minute walk to the sandy beach which our standard poodle gave a "10". The services functioned well, the restrooms/showers were well maintained and the staff pleasant. Conclusion, nothing to complain about. Make sure to reserve early as this park fills up most every night even in shoulder season.

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Great park at the confluence of the John Day and Columbia Rivers. All sites,a combination of pull through, are either on the river or have a river view. The sites are cut out of the hill so while not generous, are reasonably spacious and shouldn't be a problem for most rigs. Each site gets shade at sometime during the day from trees and all sites get late afternoon shade from the hill to the west. All services worked well and the amenities were kept clean, but don't expect grass as this is the desert and beware, this is rattlesnake habitat. Due to the lack of sewer at site, cable and internet it should probably get a "7" but due to the low cost, $11.00 with the "geezer card" and the fact that the tenting rabble are in a completely separate area, I gave it a "9".

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I normally give dry camping parks a max of "6" but this remote Forest Service site deserves more. The upper campground has paved back in sites while the lower is a combination of paved and gravel pull through and back in sites and would probably be more suitable for larger rigs. All of the well spaced large sites have a pick nick table and good fire pit and will require some leveling but we had no problem. Pit toilets were clean, water and a dump station are available.

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This was a welcome overnight stop for us and the pull through easily accommodated our combined length of 45'so we stayed hooked up with only minor leveling required. Staff was quite pleasant an knowledgeable, restrooms and pools clean and previously occupied sites checked after check out. Many activities for kids so would probably be a bit chaotic on weekends. Agree with most of previous comments. We would stay here again for a night or 3 if in the area again.

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This campground is only available for racing events at the speedway, a banked dirt oval. You are parked in one of three fields on grass; some areas level, some not, bring lumber. You can arrive on Friday night for the Saturday races at no extra charge but the rate does double for the multi day events such as the World of Outlaws which we attended. There is water available to fill your tank if your arrive dry. The restrooms at the track are kept open for camper use and chemical toilets and garbage bins are placed through out. This all makes for an inexpensive enjoyable camping weekend if you enjoy racing as we do. I estimated 220 spaces, but there is plenty of space so no one is turned away; you just would have to walk a few more feet.