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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.

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We were there during spring break and the park was packed. Children were well mannered and there were many activities available for all ages. They have a very nice trading library and a small store. They have an adult pool that seems to open during the spring break time.

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We stayed here for a quiet week and there were no horse events in the arena nearby. We did not see any showers or bathrooms. Our site did not have sewer but our friends did. We did not see a dump site. The view is spectacular and there are hiking trails.

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A clean and quiet resort with fishing and miniature golf. It is well run and they accept mail.

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This is a delightful park that is quiet and well run with lots of activities. They have breakfast and lunches you can purchase, 3 pools and 2 hot tubs. Being on the Colorado River is a plus. It is close to Lake Havasu City and Quartzite. This is a member park and we pay no nightly rate.

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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.