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This is our home park and one of the best around. Sites are level and are on gravel with big grassy areas next to you and behind. There are some 50 amp sites but we are in 30 amp. All have full hookups and are back-in. You can wash your rig here and not pay money to do it. Park is very quiet. Verizon phone and Wi-Fi and Dish satellite work very well. There is breakfast on Sunday mornings and a nice pool.

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Clean and well run park. It is in the trees so satellite was spotty. Verizon wifi and phone worked well. All sites are 30 amp and many are pull through. We had sewer hookup. There is road noise from I90 and train noise. It is very dusty as it is all dirt.

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This is a combination KOA and Thousand Trails resort. It is run by KOA people who are helpful and but cannot answer all the TT questions. We had 50 amp and full hookup but the sites are not all like that. There are good activities for the family including a hayride over the 4th. There are some pull-through spots but most are back-in. Verizon phone and Wi-Fi worked but we were unable to get a Dish satellite signal because of the trees. Bathrooms were not real clean, which was a disappointment. Pool was down but restored in a few days.

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This price reflects the monthly rate, as we stay here while making our annual visits to our doctors. Their new rate is $550 plus electricity. They also charged us $90 for electricity. Sites are tight when you have slides. It is 50 amp with full hookups and pull-through spots. The majority of people live here full time and there are a few dumpy sites. We are booked to go back as it is convenient to Seattle.

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Clean and well run with lots of activities including an outdoor movie. They serve meals on the weekends. It is like being in the woods when you camp here as it is mostly trees with little sun. My only complaint is that wifi and phones do not work at your campsite and often not in the clubhouse either. If you take your smart phone and/or laptop down the road a few miles it works fine. It was 30 amp service and we had full hookup.

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Very clean and well maintained resort. The sites are roomy and they have a nice clubhouse, DVD library, and book exchange. Our Verizon worked well. This was 50 amp and full hookups. They charge $1 a day for cable and it is worth it. It is a quiet and we will return.

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This is one of our most favorite places to camp. They are busy in the summer so you need to book 9 months in advance. The first section is 6 loops of back-in parking with 30 amp full hookups. The new section by the beach does not have sewer but there is a dump station and there are several restrooms. Satellite is spotty due to the trees and we had service with Verizon. We will go back.

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This is a great place with many pull-through and full hookup sites. Verizon and Dish satellite worked very well. People were friendly and as soon as the sewer problems were settled they alerted us so we could move to the other side. We would come here again.]

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Great park but the roads are narrow as are the sites. Very few sites with sewer and we paid $5 per night for 50 amp service. We have rhododendrons, trillium, and cedar trees surrounding us. Our site will not let us pick up Dish but Verizon works well. Our antennae also picks up stations. There is a honey wagon for pumping out your tanks or you can use the dump station on your way out.

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One of the friendliest parks we have stayed in. We had a premium site and backed up to the Chetco River. It was clean and well maintained. Manager helped back us into the site which was a plus.

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This is a super place to stay and visit the Redwoods as it is located on The Avenue of the Giants. The owner if very helpful and gave us a great guide for what to see and do. There is a small store and gift shop with lots to look at. We will go back and recommend it to others.

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We are members of Thousand Trails and generally pay $0.00 to stay each night. RVPR will not let me put that amount in. Some places charge $5 a night for 50 amp service. If this is an Encore Park the public can stay here for an increased rate. Russian River is a great place to stay with easy access off the highway. The Ranger was one of the best we have run across and was very helpful. Roads are narrow as are sites but we found a good one and the Verizon worked well here. We did not set up the satellite as we were only staying one night. We would stay here again despite their not having sewers. It is a very well maintained park

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Great roomy spots with pull-thru 50 amp service. Nice big pool. Verizon and Dish worked well. The only downside is no sewer but there are several dump stations and the honey wagon will pump you out.

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Camping in pull-thru sites on sand at this place. It is good for an overnight stay. There is easy access from the freeway and there are lots of fast food restaurants nearby. We had cable and a picnic table. Public restrooms were a long block hike away.

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This is a great campground except that cell phone and internet for Verizon is not available. About 10 miles down the road you can get it. Park is clean and management is very helpful. There are free standing barbecue grills at each spot. We were there for the hot rod show and it was very nice. Even with no phone or internet we would go back again.