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This an oasis in the fast growth crowded far north Dallas suburbs. We were visiting relatives in Frisco and Shady Creek was an excellent choice. Easy to find, very clean, extremely nice and helpful staff. Pool was pristine, sprinklers kept the grass green and it was well trimmed. Yes, there are full timers, but the only way I could tell was at around 6:00 PM when they were returning from work. Shady Creek has rules (non burdensome, just normal RV park rules) and they appear to be enforced to ensure a pleasant stay for all. Yes, they do not have pull thrus, but very adequate hook/unhook for our 43 ft DP pulling a 4 door ram pu. We will absolutely stay here again.

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1st time we camped here. Usually stay further down the hill but they were full. Easy access from 1-80, clean, all gravel, utilities were fine. More maneuver room than others in Rawlins. Western Hills filled up the night we were there. Camped in a 42 ft rv pulling a Jeep and would stay here again.

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We stayed over the Labor Day long weekend. At least the 4th time we have stayed here. Peter D and Barbara run a very clean park. She also sells her homemade jelly, which is great. They're friendly, helpful, very nice hosts. You can see the park from I-90, but very little road noise. All utilities are City of Sheridan, city water, power and sewer. Easy in and out, and walkable to downtown. About 7 blocks. Stayed here in a 42 ft RV pulling a Jeep. Stay here everytime we go up I-90, even work our schedule to be here about 3:00 pm. Certainly will stay again.

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Stayed here 4 years ago, was very nice; even nicer now. Flowers everywhere, well manicured lawns, lots of mature trees. One of the most well maintained parks we have ever stayed. Very comfortable and relaxing. Easy to maneuver a 42 ft with towed. Lady at desk was very helpful. Every site is taken tonight on Monday. We will always stay here when in Missoula.

     

Tok RV Village

Tok, Alaska

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50 amp full hook up. Everything worked fine. Very friendly staff, easy in and out and quick check in. Big park so lots of room to walk the dog, easy maneuvering for a 42 ft rv pulling a jeep. Park provided WIFI; no problem, we bring our own and Version work here. It is a RV park with trees and will stay here again on our next Alaska trip.

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We stopped here on the way up to check it out, as it was much too early in the day to stop for the night. Liked what we saw and stayed two nights on the way back from Alaska. Very clean, excellent views, friendly staff, lots of room to maneuver our rig. We had a pull through, level, easy hook ups. Free firewood. Here in a 42 towing, Would certainly stay here again.

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Easy in and out, utilities worked fine. Gravel parking lot, so what? Short walk to the Northern Lights show, and sign post forrest. Also a well stocked grocery store as you turn of the highway towards the park. Large truck stop just north passed the sigh post forest that had very reasonable diesel prices. Would stay here again if the timing of the trip worked out.

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We stayed here on the way back from Alaska. easy to find, great staff at check in, and the office was very nice. First site, we could not get level. Second site we were able to level, but not easy. We were in a 42 ft towing, and if we had gotten there earlier there were sites more accommodating larger rv's. Park had lots of trees and was not the gravel parking lot. Would stay there again.

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We stayed here to and from Haines Alaska. Long, open sites, check in at the gas station. Fairly level. There is a wonderful bakery in a food trailer on site. Very nice young female baker is producing excellent pastries and meat pies. They are sold in a new, small grocery store next to the gas station. Clean, well stocked considering how far Haines Junction is from everywhere. The bakery and store were a great surprise. The RV park is gravel and plain, but the bakery and store was a highlight. Will stay here again. Stayed in a 42ft towing.

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Made reservation, but got in after office was closed. Found a pull thru spot and hooked up. Utilities work as they should, pretty park with lots of trees. Not hard at all to find, just off the highway maybe 3 miles. Sight we had was not very level, had to use boards to keep 2 tires on the ground. Camped in a 42ft pulling a Jeep and did not have to unhook. Would stay here again.

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Clean, pretty, organized, beautiful green grass, no junk around, everything worked as it should, close to town, about 6 blocks to middle of town. Nice hosts, very relaxing. Nicest RV park we used in Alaska. Very easy to get into for a 42ft towing a Jeep. will sty here again when in Alaska.

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As others have said, some of the best owners ever. Easy access from I-90, less than a mile, also downtown about a mile towards the interstate. Road noise and some trains, but did not bother us. Spaces are a little tight, not like Alaska tight, and owner leads every RV into their spot. Power, water electricity were very good. Walking the dogs ment going around and around the park, no problems. We were there in a 42 ft motorhome towing a Jeep, in and out just fine. We would certainly stay here again.

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Decided late to stay here. Could not get a site with hookups. But we were very pleasantly surprised. Lots of room to maneuver a 42 ft with towed. Had to back in, but room for Jeep in front. Would certainly stay here again.

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Coming into the park from the main road, stay in the left lane, as you turn left at the second stop sign. If you miss that left turn, you get to do a loop of the Lake Louise Hotel parking lot. Very busy, crowded, I received praise from a guy on the street for turning a 42ft with a Jeep in the parking lot without hitting anything! Sites are long, two rv's per site, power on the wrong side. Bring your water as we never saw a fill station. But we were 75 foot from the Bow river and it was great. Lots of walking trails. Would stay here again.

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Large park, some trees, office is in the very clean nicely stocked gas station/convenience store. We missed the turn in as there were 3 rv's inline to check in and it looked like they were in line to buy fuel. If you miss it also, there is a paved turnaround just past the entry on the right side of the road. WIFI was not obtainable, but did not drive thru BC to check my email. Beautiful snow capped mountains, great golf courses in the area, according to our neighbor in the park. Easy in and out, (once you find the entrance) fairly open, good utilities. Stayed in a 42 ft with a towed, did not have to unhook. Would stay here again.