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We have stayed here many times while visiting friends. It is made up predomintly of modular units, with a few scattered open lots. It has everything you need, water, sewer, 50 amp electric. Sites are average size, with slab patios but no tables. Lots of activities going on during the winter/spring season in Mesa. Was told by the office that for next season (Jan, Feb, March 2016) they would be taking reservations for the month only. This will limit those of us who are looking for a short stay. So call in advance to check it out if you are interested.

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We have stayed here off and on for many years. It is a little more rustic, all sites are gravel. The pull through sites are very large. We selected a back in spot not knowing that it only had 30 amps. Has pool, jacuzzi, restaurant and motel. Rates were less for the high season than other parks and had everything we needed. Would stay here again.

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This was our first stay at Desert Shadows. It is more like a trailer park than a RV park. We had a nice spot for the week right across from the office/pool/rec center. They serve coffee all day in the office. The pool and jacuzzi are both inside. The location was good for spring training games in Peoria. The people were very friendly and they had lots of activities going on and the place was full. Would stay here again for the location.

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We had a water front view location and it was beautiful! We have stayed here for a week the last 4 years and always enjoy it. There are some great hikes in the Lake Mead Nat'l Rec Area. Bike path is right outside the park. Golf in Boulder and not too far from Las Vegas. No pool, Jacuzzi, or activities, however. Laundry facilities has 6 washers and 3 dryers, go figure! The rating is primarily based on the view sites.

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We love this place! We dry camp on the ocean, if we can get a nice spot, or up in the over flow lot which is much quieter and still has a great view! It is all about the view! There is quite a bit of traffic if you parked off the road, but the view is well worth it! No hookups here. No frills, just view! We enjoy the little town and the surrounding areas. Nice bike path, great walking, and golf close by. This is our second stop this summer and will stop here again when in the area!

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We selected a location in Loop F and were very pleased. It was a very large, paved site with electric and water. No sewer hookups in the F Loop, but they have a dump station. We were able to get satellite service as well. No issue with Hwy 5 noise where we parked. Nice bike path running through and beyond the park. Hiking path along the river. The park is located about half way between Grants Pass and Medford. We would definitely stay here again.

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Lovely RV park off the beaten path with spacious, long level sites amongst the trees and grass. Was very nice given the temperature was in the high 90s. No way of getting satellite service, but they did have cable available. It had to be installed in your rig with a cable box. The Wi-Fi did not work unless you were outside the office. They advertise a golf course close by, but it is really back in town several miles away. All in all, it was a very nice park and we would definitely stay there again,

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This was our first stay at this small campground and we went there based on the previous positive comments. This was a great place to land for a few days. Very large, spacious, level sites in a park-like setting. Full hookups, including cable TV. We were unable to get satellite because of the trees, but were very surprised and happy to have the cable. Wi-Fi was intermittent. Nice safe area to walk both in the park and in the day use area, which by the way, does have access to the McKenzie River. They take reservations up to within 3 days, otherwise it is a first come first serve. Would like to be able to make reservations within the 3 day period to be able to ensure a spot. We will definitely stay here again and recommend to others.

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It was hard to know about this park by looking at the reviews, so we decided to take a chance. This is a nice RV park. Nice sites, full hookups, trees, and great location for activities in Portland. If noise doesn't bother you, then this is the place for you! It is located in the flight pattern for Portland airport and military operations which fly from 6 AM to 11:30 PM. There is a railroad track very close by that runs day and night, using the horn the entire way! The noise isn't constant, but when they come by, it is very loud. There are not a lot of options close to the city, so for that reason it worked. Next time I will park further out of town and drive in.

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This is a very nice RV Park with level, full hook up sites. We had one overlooking the golf course which was lovely and reflected in the rating. The first couple nights we were in a companion site, which was a little tight, but they were very nice people. After they left we had a nice large site. This time of year there were many fishermen, so we had some early morning traffic noise, but very quiet at night. The owner was very helpful getting us in at the last minute over the Labor Day weekend. We would definitely stay here again.

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Nice campground. Sites were nice size with lots of space and grass between sites. We had 30 amp full hookups with cable TV. Wi-Fi was marginal. It is just outside of town, which was nice and quiet. We have stayed here before and would stay here again. The only negative is that they need to trim the trees along the road in the park. It was difficult navigating through them without hitting the side and top of the rig.

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We were unable to get into the full hook up part of the park, but they did offer dry camping adjacent to the park which was just fine. We had a nice view overlooking the harbor, which we probably would not have had inside the park. They have a water source and a dump for dry camping use. We stayed here for 4 nights and it worked out fine. It is within walking distance of the brewery. We would definitely stay here again.

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Very nice state campground. Our spot was very long and spacious. Just east enough to have a little sunshine, instead of fog. We did have some road noise from 101 but we were closest to it, also. Nothing major. We walked and biked around the camp which was nice. There was only one dump station and quite a backup when we left. The sites were amongst the trees and we were not able to use the satellite. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a nice large RV park adjacent to the casino. Long pull through sites, with full hookups. A little close together. There are bay front sites, but there is no access to the bay. It was very full and we were able to reserve only 2 nights. This is not like staying in the beautiful Oregon state parks, but it was nice for a couple days to see the area. It was pretty foggy and windy when we were there, so we were unable to sit outside. No tables. There is access to the pool and jacuzzi at the hotel. They do provide shuttle service. There is a large parking lot for dry camping as well, if you are unable to get in the park. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This park is definitely a 10 from the view standpoint if you have a river site! The park is very nice, clean, large pull-through grassy sites and very quiet. While the sites are very long, they are very, very close together. We would not have had room to extend our awning, if necessary. There is a charge for the Wi-Fi and when I went in to pay, it was not working. The Verizon service is very weak. I also would like to see recycling bins. But all that being said, it looked to be the best park in the area and we would definitely stay here again. We enjoyed watching the seals out in the river catching fish! Great stop while visiting the Redwoods.