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RV sites and roads are gravel. RV wash station is a concrete pad with a pressure washer and a brush. The pressure washer is operated with coins. The 30 amp electric outlet for our site was not is excellent condition. Power shut down once due to a bad connection. I sprayed the socket with contact cleaner and it worked for the rest of our stay.There is a restaurant on site, but we chose not to eat there. This is a pretty good and popular park for an overnight stop along the Alaskan highway. The rate is an estimate as we were on a packaged tour.

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Campground has gravel roads and sites with a bit of grass (in the summer). WiFi works moderately well. Laundry and shower facilities were excellent. The parks fills quickly during tourist season. We were part of a group of 23 motorhomes gathering for a tour. There was another group there as well. It is a great place from which to start a tour of the Alaskan highway.

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This is a clean campground with paved roads and campsites. There is an adjacent hike & bike trail suitable for cycling, walking, or running. A nearby bridge on the travel goes over a body of water with wildlife. A nearby park adds a good place to walk with a dog. The utilities and Wi-Fi worked well. Nearby are several opportunities for shopping and dining.

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This was a nice campground with gravel roads and sites. It appears that the campground is maintained well and they are making improvements. Rules state that dogs larger than 25 lbs are not allowed. We have no problem walking our well mannered 65 lb dog.

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This is a nice campground with lots of grass and trees. Most roads and sites have gravel surfaces. Staff was very courteous and helpful.

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This is a very pleasant campground. Stays are limited to 14 days, so the sites are occupied by campers rather than long term residents. Roads are paved with concrete or asphalt. RV sites are gravel. The park has lots of grass and trees. It is within walking distance of several restaurants and shops. There are some great hike & bike trails adjacent to the park. We enjoyed a ten mile scenic bicycle ride from our campsite. The trail was aside the banks of the Red River. We crossed to the Minnesota side and back amidst lovely surroundings.

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This is a nice RV park next to a casino. All roads are paved with concrete and roomy enough for large rigs. Hookups were well placed and in good condition. The proper place to park for check-in is not well marked. Office closed at 6:00 p.m.

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This is an exceptionally good resort. All pads are level concrete and all drives are asphalt or concrete. Grounds were neat. There is an excellent park for walking dogs that includes a large fenced area for activities off leash. Our rate was a rally rate. There were excellent meeting rooms for the rally. Only downside was constant noise from gasoline engines on pressure washers during the day. It is an upscale community and many "coach washers" were on site each day.

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Extremely neat campground. All roads and pads were gravel and in excellent condition. I recommend reservations. It appeared that we got the only open spot in the campground. It looks like most occupants are relatively long term residents. However, it appeared that all the units were capable of traveling immediately (no skirts, ramps, decks, etc.).

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A very pleasant park with a lot of open spaces. Grounds are well kept and hosts check the area regularly. Most spaces are back in. It is a well maintained county park. We stay there at least once a year. Park includes some nice running/cycling trails. Roads into park are relatively narrow, but accommodate our 36' x 8' 6" motorhome.

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We were greeted and shown to a site by a very friendly resident of the campground. The office was open 8-5 on the day we were there. Most of the sites with any shade appear to be occupied by long term residents. The park was very clean and neat. Our site had a very nice, level concrete pad for the coach and adjacent patio. The sites are very large. Most sites are grass and it appears that they are adding new concrete parking/patio pads. Hookups were in excellent condition and well placed. Wi-Fi worked well.

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The park was clean and well kept. Most sites were gravel pads and roads were gravel. The entire area is level. Most sites had concrete patios with a picnic table. Most sites had ample room for a big rig to pull through. We chose to be in an end site which did no have ample turning room for our 36' coach to exit going forward. Had we been staying overnight, we would have chosen a pull through site ample for our rig. There were shade trees on the property and ample space for each camp site. Wi-fi worked well.

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First impression was negative, as roads were old asphalt and sites were dirt. Found sites to be firm sand and hookups were good. Wi-fi was free and worked. There is a large, nice fenced area for a dog run. Turnaround was a bit tight for 36' motorhome with a car in tow. Bigger rigs could make it, but would need to use care to make the turn. The park served us well for an overnight stay. We arrived after the office closed in the evening and left before it opened in the morning. Instructions for parking and paying were clear.

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The park had an excellent package of documents for us, who arrived late without a reservation. The office was closed, but a person with a "STAFF" t-shirt greeted us and led us to the site. All roads and sites are concrete. Sites are level with good placement of hookups. Grounds are well manicured. The park was relatively full, but quiet. There are few trees. Sites are close together, but it didn't feel cramped.

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We camped in a pull through site that was adequate for our 36' motorhome. The site was a bit short to leave the towed vehicle hooked up overnight. Hookups worked well and were well placed. Site was almost level. Sites are gravel. There is a grassy area with lots of pine trees that is good for walking the dog. Most of the residents appear to be long term residents. The park served our purposes well. We would stay again.