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This place didn't really strike me as a "resort." Staying here for two nights in early March and the place looks like it is 95% permanent residents. They have a nice clubhouse/office and we were greeted warmly and checked in quickly. The park is right next to Interstate 90 so there is lots of traffic noise. Many workers coming and going at all hours. Located right in town so it is close to everything. Walmart is right next door!

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This campground was completely updated with stimulus money several years ago. Nice paved sites with tables and fire pits. We reserved a pull through, full hook up site and the senior price was very reasonable. Be aware, the full service pull through sites are sandwiched between tent sites and dry RV sites so noise can be an issue. We like it better across the street at Sunset where all of us old folks are in bed by nine! Beware, the NPS reservations system is difficult to use and frustrating if you need to make a change of date.

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Gravel parking lot with mostly level sites. Our favorite choice for this area of Death valley. Mostly quiet here although we parked close to the gas station which receives 'noisy' fuel deliveries at 5:30 a.m. Great golf course right across the street too.

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Nice location for exploring central Death Valley. Quiet and spacious. All gravel and mostly level sites. Tent camping at the front and rear of the park, RV sites in the center. Can't beat the price with the senior discount!

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A good place to stay while exploring the west side of Death Valley. It's not a "resort", it's Death Valley for crying out loud. Power was good and it's quiet at night. You'll need to level the rig a bit though. We enjoy it here but I can see that some might think it's too rustic.

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This is a county operated park that is slowly getting better. All sites are dry and you take any site that is open. It's quiet here in February and the price is very reasonable for a waterfront site. This place is probably a zoo during the summer though!

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This is a very nice desert park. There are lots of long term guests and every site is neat and clean. The park is very well kept and the owner and staff are very friendly. Most importantly, It's quiet here! The park is secure and there are many trees which I assume would be very nice during the summer. Eight pull-through sites in back for overnighters too.

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This place was not for us. We were there during the New Years weekend. The park was packed with no room for our 36 ft fifth wheel. Dogs were running loose, OHV's were driving around joyriding. No enforcement of the rules and the place just looked dirty. Perhaps it's not so bad during other times of the year.

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This is an OK park. It's the desert so don't expect a "resort". Located 5 miles off the highway it is very quiet here. No cell service but they seem to have a very good wi-fi system. All sites are sandy and not very level so bring lots of leveling blocks.

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We stayed here in December and the place is a big mud hole. Poor road and site maintenance cause this "park" to have dumpy appearance. This place could be a ten if they would clean it up and get some gravel and a grader in here! Bare sites too, bring your own table if you want one. Or, you can rent one for $10 per day. This place is way overpriced for what you get but they are the only "park" in the area.

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What a great park! Clean facilities and huge pull-through sites, all with full hook-ups. What's nice is that there are thirty acres of trails and open fields for the dogs to play in. Also, everyone seems so friendly and relaxed here and...it's quiet! I read a previous review that idiotically stated that the owner pays for favorable reviews. What a joke! (Read their other reviews, what a sad person this is!). We have stayed here before and believe me, this place is a TEN and no one needs to pay for a favorable review here.

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This is another great Washington State Park that is located right on the Spokane River. The sites were plenty wide for our RV and you back right up to the river. Best of all, it's very quiet here, but I imagine it fills up here during the summer months. There is an on-site host that takes great pride in maintaining his campground and the bathrooms are spotless! The only downside is that you have to navigate downtown Spokane traffic and some narrow streets to get here but it's doable.

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Another great Washington state park! Spacious and well laid out sites that offer full hook-ups at 60 sites. Other sites closer to the water are dry camping only, but there is a dump station in the park. They even have small sleeping cabins to rent. Park appears to be well kept even during the middle of the winter when we are the only ones here. Probably gets crowded during the summer. Still, looks like the best place to stay in the area.

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What a great park! Check-in was fast and friendly and when I asked for a river-front site they happily accommodated us. We enjoyed watching the otters play on the boat dock right behind our rig! This clean and well maintained park is nicely laid out and the concrete pads and roadways are great, especially when it rains. Large sites give you plenty of room for slides, awnings and vehicle parking. A great value, we will return.

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This park is the only one available in the area. It appears to be 95% permanent residents with a few narrow pull-through sites kept open for over-nighters. The TengoInternet Wi-Fi is painfully slow and unusable at times and the goofy cable system here requires checking out a converter box from the office??? Although this park is not on a busy street, it is VERY noisy due to the nearby railroad tracks and the jet traffic out of Portland International Airport. For $36 I didn't get much bang for my buck so I'll find someplace else to stay next time!