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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.

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Great big gravel parking lot. They escort you to your site - otherwise without lines you would never figure it out. Ok for 1 night. They have greatly improved their dog park. It's larger and has grass! We enjoyed the dog park, since everything else was gravel and dirt.

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Friendliest RV park that you will ever find. Lots of grass and tons of space between sites. No need to check in at the office because the owner comes to you with a warm welcome. There's fishing within walking distance. And for those who are looking for a Sunday Service, this park has it's very own non-denominational Chapel with services every Sunday. Hope to return and spend more time.

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Very friendly park. Lots of green grass, and deer wander through the park. The lake is just across the highway. There is a swimming beach and places to sit and enjoy the sunset. We had good Verizon voice and broadband data service. Satellite TV was hampered by trees but we got some TV on the antenna. Very scenic area with many short drives in the area. Would love to come again.

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Very clean. Lots of grass. Sites are all on concrete and are rather close together. Lots of help getting parked. The park is very busy and you will need reservations. Leavenworth is a precious little Bavarian Town - reminds me of Branson. Lots of traffic but worth the crowds. This is the nicest RV park in the area.

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Lovely trail circles the park and the Elwha Dam Trail begins right next to the park. This is a busy place so reservations are really important. It's located very conveniently for many treks to the Rain Forest, Beaches, and Olympic Forest. It's a very nice park with friendly owners. It's an older park with nice big trees and plenty of grass. We enjoyed our stay and are happy to recommend it to others.

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Very friendly owners. Double-wide sites. Some sites on grass and some on gravel. There are trailers near by, but they are not part of the RV Park and are not owned by the RV Park. The park has planted shrubs and other landscape to block the view of the trailers. The park is conveniently located. It is in a quiet neighborhood and we would be happy to stay here again.

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Nice big sites. Right on the beach. Quite clean with resort workers always on site. We could tell that they go to great lengths to make this a clean and safe park. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate. If I could I would return here and certainly recommend it to others. We were concerned after reading about stray dogs since we have a puppy. There were NO stray dogs. There were quite a few well behaved dogs at the beach and our puppy was not one of them! Great place to visit.

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Short drive to the beach. Quaint combination of vintage lodge, cottages, trailers, and RV park. If you love vintage trailers, you will appreciate the assortment. Interesting old resort town with lots of lovely homes and right next to Long Beach. Grass sites. Not too reliable electricity for big rig. Good we have surge protector. Very casual type of place. We spent 4 days here. Enjoyed driving 4wheel on the beach and letting dog run on beach.

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If you are expecting organized activities you won't like it here. But if you appreciate being on a friendly little post with the nicest gate people you'll ever find, then stay here. Accessible beach is nearby and you can drive on it with your 4wheel drive. Sure it's kid friendly. They can run and yell and ride their bikes. Our Puppy liked it, too. Lots of places to walk him on the leash. There are the Roosevelt Elk who seem to know the shooting range schedule. If you drive slowly near the small rivers and ponds you will see geese, ducks, and some very lazy beavers. This beats an organized wiener roast to smithereens.