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This is a new Oregon Park and it's very nice. This park has lots and lots of bike trails and hiking trails -- even some horse trails. We've enjoyed walking and driving to various small towns in the area. We didn't get satallite but it could have been just our site. PHones and lap tops worked great. The sites are very nice with lots of space between them and they are huge. Very friendly hosts too.

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This is a wonderful area to visit and stay. The sites are great -- lots of space and privacy. We especially loved the big field that is provided to exercise your dog off the the leash. I know this will continue to be a place that we will visit. Lots of great trails for walking and bikes. All the trails we saw were paved.

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Very nice camp sites with lots of space between. The reservoir is quite low but there is still enough water for boats, swimming, and fishing. Pretty views and trails.

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We have stayed here many times. They have made some wonderful improvements. There is a big dog park that is enclosed. We really enjoyed using it. The buckets are still by the office so you can pick your blackberries. We also noticed that there is a new putt-putt golf game. There are not so many full time residents and those that are there have taken better care of their sites. The sites are still too close to enjoy sitting outside. But the pool makes it a fun place for kids. Of course it is very dry - no green grass or pretty flowers but Oregon is in a terrible drought and there are watering restrictions.

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We have stayed here several times. It is quite a ways into SLC so it's not real convenient. The park is well maintained but we were not happy with dogs that were running. We complained but one of the people said leashes were not required, yet another said they were. We wanted to use the pool with our grand daughter but the pool was filled with friends and relatives of employees and we were not comfortable. We noticed that there are quite a few more permanent campers than before.

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This could be such a great campground. It's nestled in a small canyon with lots of shade trees. But coming in you immediately see some long term RV's with outdoor appliances. There were also some ratty looking storage sheds. When you walk around the area you see a need for trash pickup. It's a nice base and there are antelope andgeese wandering around that provide great photo ops.

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We really enjoyed our drive to Valentine and exploring the area. Loved buying 2 antique chairs at Mike's Market! The campground was fine and had green grass which our dog appreciated. It was a friendly place but I would like to try one of the parks next time as they look really great.

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Very restful place to stay. It looks like they have made improvements to the children's play areas. The bathhouses look pretty rundown though. The lake looked great this year. We stay there at least once a year.

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Very poor hospitality in office. Lots of kids working there and visiting with each other. Hard to get waited on and the girl who waited on me was snippy when I asked her if she would ring up my sale. We reminded them daily that the flag should be half-staff because of the Marines killed in TN. I'm sure someone will have to "remind" them tomorrow. They mowed and moved our belongings to another site where they stayed from 10 am to 8 p.m. They just don't understand customer service. We'll go back to Tower next trip.

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This is a lovely setting for an RV park with tons of grass, two ponds, and huge trees. Unfortunately, the planning wasn't good and we found water on one side of our site and electricity on the other. The lack of sewer also makes it difficult. We did check out the laundry room and found it was dirty and the machines were old. The trees make getting a satellite signal impossible and some people had phone problems. We were able to use the lap tops with Verizon broadband and our phones worked as well. The famcamp was convenient for us while visiting family and we will use it again.

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We stayed in the new section which does have pull through spaces. Nice campground. Older section has plenty of grass and space between the sites. New section doesn't have huge trees but having a pull-thru makes up for it. I should mention that we were there for the blizzard. It was quite an experience and my husband dug us out so we could go on our way. We also were there during the shut-down so the base didn't have normal services. But all-in-all I would recommend Ellsworth and we'll be back again w/o the snow!

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Last year we were not able to stay there because the park had been flooded. They have worked hard on it and it's better than ever. This is a great Fam Camp. Happy to recommend it.

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This campground has been improving every single year. Beginning as a very small RV park and trailer park, it is now a lovely RV Park. The new area is well spaced, has asphalt pads and paged roads. It is very conveniently located and the managers are wonderful. I am happy to recommend this park as the best choice in Sioux Falls. When they add their dog park, I'll be happy to make them a "10."

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This is our second trip here. This is a lovely campground. Lots of trees. A very nice nature trail and lovely deer who roam the grounds as well as huge wild turkey. Next time we will stay longer. Buffalo is a friendly western town and there are so many great little trips to take as well as the Occidental Hotel Bluegrass and the best steak house any where. Delighted to recommend this well cared for park with friendly managers and owners.

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Older park with lots of shade trees. All gravel. Friendly owner onsite. Would stay there again. Thermopolis is a small Wyoming town that has a wonderful hot springs that is FREE! Beautiful part of the state.