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Our 4th time here. One was a four-day sightseeing trip with the G'kids which worked out fine. The other three were one night stopovers. The location makes Cherry Hill a convenient way to try to beat the DC commuter rush BUT the $55 plus $5 for the 2nd person, which they bill as "extra", is ridiculous for the middle of the winter when there are zero services provided. It's no more than a place to park and does not warrant those exorbitant fees.

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A little far off the main drag for a one night stopover, but a nice clean KOA. Very nice place to bring the grandkids in the summertime. Not much going on this time of year and the rates should reflect that, but they don't. This is another case of not getting what you pay for.

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Part of the Adventureland Resort/Hotel/ Amusement Park complex. (Fun park is seasonal). RV park has all hard sites with grass "yards". Most sites have a fire ring, none have cable. Wi-Fi is LinknGo $ub$cription. Off-season and late arrivals must check in at the adjacent hotel. Geared for us to "bring the family and stay a week" but come-n-go overnighters are also welcome. Prairie Meadows Casino & Race Track is directly across the road.

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Nice rural setting that's just far enough from the the highway and trains to avoid the hubbub and noise. Easy in & out, perfect for one-night stopover. Escort to site by very pleasant manager. I like that their rates are posted and there's no nickel-dimeing for extras.

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Big, flat, wide open gravel park. Easy to access and navigate thru. Small lattice fence between sites is a futile effort to provide privacy from your neighbors. Office clerk was very proficient and helpful. OK restaurant in walking distance. Good place to prepare for a last eastward trek out of the Rockies. This is part of the area where sections of I-80 can get closed with little or no warning, so be prepared.

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Very nice park with lots of trees. Not woodsy trees, but more like a garden. Everything their ad says is true. They deserve the "Truth in Advertising" award. Although it was only an overnight stay for us, this is the kind of place I'd feel comfortable for a much longer stay. Nice setting to enjoy your evening stroll. We enjoyed the delivered-to-your-site food from the Village Grill also.

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Tight, flat, blacktop spaces close enough to I-90 for Tim Tebow to throw a pass across all six lanes. There's nothing pretty about it, but from here you can drive to the Space Needle and Pecks Point in about twenty minutes. Good base for touring Seattle area. Nice, but not worth the big buck$.

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Rustic setting a little off the beaten path. Really quiet. No trains, planes or HOV lanes. No complaints about the park, it's nice, but not worth $39, not even in the summer. It's only about 10 miles from Toledo in case you ever have a reason to go there

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Park is little more than the remains of the workers camp left over from construction of the hotel and casino. There are no full hookups, no cable and no WiFi. There's a huge parking lot where trucks are allowed to overnight but NOT RV"s. Instead we are relegated to this so-called Resort. They make a big deal of the free breakfast in the hotel but that's not much value unless you're feeding a scout troop. And for this they charge an exce$$ive $39 (plus $10 more if you want a pull thru). About twice what it's worth. Casino is the draw, not the RV park. Next time through we'll go to the nearby WalMart.

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The RV sat enjoying the view all by itself for the first few days while we were "at sea" on the Limit Stalker. We rushed to get set up and cast off but when we got back we realized we were in a prime location with an unobstructed view across the Puget Sound to Whidbey Island. The front row sites get the best view but there's not a bad spot in the park. The sites are all grass a/o gravel and many have two sewer drain spots so it's easy to park so you get a nice view. The Harbor Master's office doubles as the RV park office and the folks there are as nice as you'll find anywhere. There are restaurants on site and it's only a brisk walk to the charming "downtown" of Townsend with all of it's quaint shops and eateries. "She" will like the consignment shop on Water St while "he" can go one block over and peruse the woodworkers gallery and the auto garage collectors heaven. As was said before "It's the location that counts."

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What I'd call a "comfortable" RV Park. Nice place with wide level sites. What makes this a resort is that there are many folks who come and stay here for the summer, year after year. They like it and so did I. It's right on the bay with it's own boat launch. Good location for a lot of touristy things. Nice casino four miles away. Worse part is the No-Left-Turn at the exit which makes you drive the length of twisty curvy bumpy Fidalgo Bay Rd.

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Level cement pads with full hookups. Manicured grass between sites. Sporadic office hours, we just picked our spots and waited for the clerk to show up. Prices vary by day of week and season (some very high, none cheap). Cable, hot$pot wifi and modest size laundry. Also have free overnight RV and truck parking in a separate area. Everything there is new, the hotel the casino and especially the RV park. Nice casino, good buffet.

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Neat, clean, large park with adequate sized cement pad, cookie-cutter sites. Snail-slow heavy traffic ruins the easy approach from I-5. Not very far from the airport so there is a little aircraft noise at times. Although it's in the city there isn't much near the park. You'll have to go to a different neighborhood to do any shopping. I did a peek-in at the laundry and bath facilities and they were spotless. No pool, playground or activities for kids. There are two good restaurants about a mile east on Marine Way. We really liked the smaller, lower priced one called The Sextant. Don't miss touring all the waterfalls along the Columbia River Gorge Highway.

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The RV Park is behind the hotel & casino. Easy to get in, out and through. Shuttle (24/7) to the casino. Also have free overnight RV and truck parking a lot in front of the hotel. Everything is on top of a hill where the wind can howl. Do not put your awning out. We kept the sliders in to minimize the rocking. It didn't help much but at least the slide toppers stayed in one piece. Not much in the way of extras. Pay wifi. No cable (they'd rather you spend your time in the ca$ino) but a good location for satelite.

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No pool, splash park, or "bingo" hall, so you can't call it a Resort. But don't resort to calling it just a park. This place is immaculate. Just like brand spanking new. Paved roads w/ charming carriage lights, level concrete pads and patios w/ picnic tables. Easy to get to and through. Only negative would be the high water pressure. Be sure to use a regulator. Don't confuse it with a nearby park with a similar name. I-84 exit #95.