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A clean and well maintained resort with 30 and 50 amp service. We are here in the off season and they have activities like movies and breakfast planned. There are no picnic tables but in the rain we would not be out there. If you stay here you are about 30 miles from Seattle. The people running the resort are helpful. We will stay here again and recommend this to others.

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This park was a pleasant surprise. We are Thousand Trails members so it did not cost us anything to stay there. There are trees and quite a bit of privacy. It is very quiet. We had full hookups with 30 amp service. There are several places in the area that are fun to visit. The park is clean and well maintained. There are activities even in the off season. There is miniature golf and a pool. We will come back and recommend this place to friends.

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This is a favorite park of ours and we have come here for 25 years in a tent, motor home and now a fifth wheel. The upper park has sewer connections and the new park by the ocean does not but they have water and electric and many restrooms. It is a short walking to the beach. Some sites are satellite friendly and my Verizon MiFi and phone worked well. We will come again as there are many side trips you can take while you are here.

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This park is very clean and well maintained. With our truck we are 53' long and had no trouble with the roads and turns. It is convenient to Seattle and the surrounding area. They plan activities. We will stay here again and recommend it to others.

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This is a Thousand Trails and we do not pay to stay here. There are lots of pull-through sites. You have your choice of full hookups or with water and electricity only. If you opt for 50 amp service it is $5 a day extra. We choose a spot close to the road but have not been bothered by noise. It is about 17 miles to the town of Leavenworth. There are lots of things to see and do here and there is excellent German food. We will stay here again and recommend the place to others. In the summer the pool is open and they have a TV dedicated to Seahawks fans for the games.

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This is a Thousand Trails/KOA Park and we do not pay to stay here under TT. It is a clean park and very quiet. The water and sewer hookups are kind of strange but worked well. We had a back-in full hookup site. They have a nice clubhouse with a hot tub. They also served breakfast one of the days we were there. It is about 15 miles to the town of Newport. They have an excellent local museum that is worth a stop. We will stay here again and recommend it to others.

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This is a Good Sam park and located 5 miles from the delightful town of Kalispell. The manager led us to our spot and helped us back in. There are trees, rocks and a dumpster to navigate when you are there. It was quiet and we had cable TV. We used this as a spot to also go to Big Fork and to Polson. If you like chain saw carving and bears and moose be sure to look for Jeff Fleming's place on Highway 93. We would stay here again and will recommend it to others.

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This is a Passport America park and one of their best. The people running it are very friendly and helpful in your questions about Glacier National Park. There were 4 rigs traveling together and they were able to place us together. The park is very clean with pull-through full service spots. It is located 5 miles from the west entrance to Glacier National Park. If you go be sure to take the Red Bus Tour. We took the Crown of the Continent Tour and went to Many Glaciers for lunch. It makes a nice place to take side trips to East Glacier Lodge and things in that area. We will recommend this place to others and stay here again.

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I would rate this park a 12 if available. They lead you to your spot and help you park. Their restrooms are the cleanest around. We camped at the back of the park and it was very quiet. There are many things to do in the area and it is a good place to make a base and travel out from. The people running the place are super friendly and very helpful. They have a small store that carries huckleberry products. We were traveling with a group of 4 rigs and they were able to place us near each other. We will stay here and recommend it to others.

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Lots of pull-through sites with full hookups. You camp on grass. This is a perfect place to stop for a night while you are on your way somewhere else. If the office is closed you can self-register, which is handy. We would stay here again unless we stayed at an ROD or RPI park in the area.

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Nice campground with level gravel sites. There are trees that provide shade. Most are back-in sites but there are a few pull-through. There is a mix of 30 and 50 amp sites. They have activities planned and serve breakfast and a steak dinner on specified times. We love coming here and will return. This is an ROD park and we stay free. It has other campground memberships it honors. We will return.

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Nice park and convenient to CleElum and Roslyn. Camping is on dirt with many trees. There is a pool. Noise from I-90 is loud but if you leave a fan on it is not noticeable. We are RPI so that is what we paid. We will come back.

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We stayed in one of the cabins. It was a one bedroom park model with a double bed. The unit was handicapped accessed so it was a walk in shower. It comes fully furnished with linens and towels. Small stove and microwave with pots, pans and dishes. Small TV in the living room with a nice covered porch and chairs to watch the bay. It was very clean and the management was very helpful.

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Nice park in a wood setting. Quiet and we had a site with full hookups. I have Verizon and could sometimes text but there was no phone or Internet reception. Television channels are reruns of old sitcoms. Hot tub was being worked on. They have an outdoor movie on the weekends and serve breakfast and lunch. There are planned activities. We are Thousand Trails member so there is no daily cost to us. We will return.

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Small and quiet campground. Has an indoor pool. Sites are all back in on blacktop with lawn between sites. We stay her often.