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A decent enough park for our 45' motorhome. Better parks are in the area; however sites at those parks are somewhat tight and just gravel sites with not much of a view. A little expensive we thought for the area!

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We've stayed here before and would recommend it. We have a 45 ft motorhome and had plenty of room on the upper level of this facility. Note. When departing... Exit the way you came in!!

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We stayed here twice. It is just that outstanding. Why? All of these amenities are on the property with first rate golf course, first rate pickleball courts. And they are building more. They have tennis courts, lakes, fishing, swimming pools, work out areas, hiking, and walking trails. There is also a putt-putt golf course. Very friendly owners and renters! Lots of elbow room between sites. We would highly recommend it to others.

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We stayed at this resort about 9 years ago. Its still a quality facility, but just a little on the tight side. Trees could use a little attention (height wise). Nicely located near Zion National Park, and other parks in the area worth visiting. We stayed here in our 45' motorhome. We would recommend this park!

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We stayed at this newly taken over by KOA campground in our 45' motorhome. I would not attempt staying here again unless I was 40' or shorter. Way too tight for us. Otherwise, it's just a bit too small overall for our liking.

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Excellent small resort with terrific shade and very well maintained sites! Don't pass up this small gem. We have a 45 foot motorhome, and found this facility in Big Rig Best Bets. The town of Bigfork is cute and has many good restaurants. Pickleball courts nearby make this a true find!

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One of our very favorite RV resorts! We've stayed all over the country at a lot of high end facilities and this one rates right up there with the best of them! Beautifully maintained with good WiFi, some sites are long enough for the longest of motorhome pulling trailers or car haulers etc. If you haven't been to Bend Oregon put this resort on your list as a must stay resort. Additionally they have pickleball courts! We initially found this resort utilizing Big Rigs Best Bets and they were right on the money recommending this facility!

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It's all about location. Not a fancy park, but excellent WiFi, electric, etc. Had good concrete pads too. If coming to Napa / Sonoma area, this is your campground. We've stayed several times over the years. Plenty of room for your 45 footer. We would definitely recommend. Found the park utilizing Big Rigs Best Bets book!!

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Clearly a well thought out community: terrific golf, swimming and lots of pickleball courts! Plenty of elbow room, exceptionally clean. Plus brand new cell phone tower makes WiFi and cell service outstanding. Extremely friendly owners through out, and management goes out of their way to make your stay pleasant. We would highly recommend this resort. Views in every direction make this resort exceptional!

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About what you'd expect for a Texas State Park. Paved roads, good electricity, gravel, level sites. A very steep entrance to this campground, however our 45' motorhome managed easily. Lots of very sharp switch backs. The entrance road is about 2 miles from the main road. Lots of deer and turkey throughout. Good hiking trails.

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Good basic park. Excellent WiFi. We've stayed here several times

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Wonderful wide open spaces. Very clean, neat. Super WI-Fi, excellent 4G LTE phone service. Excellent views from most sites. Responsive management. Plenty of room for our 45 foot RV. We'd highly recommend this campground when in Vermont !

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Probably an old KOA campground with great new owners/management. The best campground in the Baddeck, Nova Scotia area. Several good sites for big rigs. Excellent Wi-Fi, good fire rings, small restaurant, pool, camping cabins, etc. Terrific convenience for touring the Cabot Trail etc.

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Without question the best park on PEI if you have a Big Rig. Some 50 amp sites are available, good Wi-Fi, plenty of elbow room. Downside is a lot, I mean a lot of kids; however we've stayed here twice over the years and it's the only park you want to put your Big Rig on! We found this park using Big Rigs Best Bet book.

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Excellent Wi-Fi, lots of elbow room even for our 45 foot coach. Strong 50 amp power. Good restaurant on site. Nice marina, too. Close to Niagara on the Lake and of course the Falls.