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Good Verizon 4G signal. This is a large park. When we were there it was not very full. Maybe 30%. The sites are spacious, grassy, and the utilities are all good. There is a mix here of regular RV people and funky people. So some rigs were nice class A clean ones and some converted school buses with "MafiaMotorcycles" and skull and cross bones painted on them. They also rent TP's for the night here. There is a walking-jogging track that goes the perimeter of this park. It gets lots of use from people not staying in the RV park. I assume they are from the Indian "village" that is close by. There is a very large casino being built close by. We went there for Thursday night seafood night. It was very good. It was packed. We had to wait 30 minutes to get in. This casino is mostly unfinished. The parking lot is full. I think not much else to do in town.

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If you want to stay near Portland this is a good choice. We have stayed here a couple of times. In the upper area there are lots of very nice rigs. Lots of very nice people stay here. In fact walking around with my dog and greeting and meeting the good group of folks around me might be the best attribute of this park. Far far better than the next park we stayed at. When we stayed here last week there were a total of 10 RVillage members in the park. On the other hand sites are tight for large rigs and especially for large rigs with tow. I had to move my Jeep to be able to use my basement slide outs fully. We found the utilities very good. It was very hot during our stay and a couple of times our total amps draw was about 60 and we did not blow the circuit. It is also fairly noisy here. Trains, planes, and traffic noise. We needed to use a Kaiser medical facility when we were in the area and that is only about a 9 mile drive. And we found two leash free dog parks 7 miles away.

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This is a small RV park in the pines. The park has curves and most of the spaces are not the usual square pattern. Very friendly and helpful staff. We have a 42 foot motorhome and a bit tight getting in an out. Our site was very spacious, but also quite tight on the utilities side. We had a nice small area of grass with a picnic table. Verizon signal quite good here.

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We stayed here three night recently. Good park with grass at sites and all utilities in good order. Sites have paved pads. Some a bit broken but seem to be level. Dog off leash area a bit wonky. Four small cages. Our pooch just looked at it and turned his nose up. Better to have one big cage. Check in person became very nice when I commented on how nice her CA poppies looked. Quiet.

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Very well kept park with grassy sites. Yeah!!!. Kids, us, and dog likes grass. 50 amps. Good laundry. Right across from main Mono Lake visitor center. Pay wifi though. $4 a day. We did not use it. I got 5 bars on my Verizon phone. A great place to stay. We were here for three days.

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Very good RV park. Very well equipped with nice pool, club house, small store, views of mountains, good utilities. Plus not over priced. Our grand daughters loved the pool. Small zoo. Close to Manzanar, Film Museum, Alabama Hills. Highly recommended.

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We stopped here for an overnight on the way home. This park is on the old route 80 and it is very busy. All night. Big trucks. The sites are hard to back into. The patios are thin concrete and so you have to be careful to avoid driving over them. And the sewer is in the middle of the back of the space. Unless you have a short rig you will need to be on one side of it. This makes for tight back up tolerances. But if you do not care about the noise this is a good value at 18 bucks. We do care about the noise and will find some place quieter next time we stay in Yuma.

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We just stayed here for a week with two other friends and their coaches. This is "our" kind of RV campground. Quiet. Very large sites. Good outdoor eating area. A view from our coach. Beautiful sunsets. I would rate this a 10 if we had had a sewer hook up. From what I could tell there were very few sites with sewer. This is a county park on a large lake north of Phoenix. I was mostly full the first days we where there as it was spring break for kids. After that it was about 1/3 full. We used this as a home base to go to pre-season baseball. If you like peace and quiet this is a great park to do that. If you want to be closer to the action and shopping I would suggest getting closer. It is about a 20 minute drive to a market from here. On the way to Phoenix one morning my wife spotted a heard of wild burros about a mile outside the RV park entrance. We had seen the signs on the road indicating they were in the area, but then got lucky and saw a group of about ten of them. This RV park is also prime habitat for saguaro cactus. There are thousands of them in the park and around it. Very nice spring wildflowers.

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Very nice park with a couple of dings. Our site was short and big bump getting into it. We have a 42' RV. We had to park our tow car next to the RV and not behind it. This park has bad noise pollution. Very loud train whistles frequently. The train noise was so loud though I am not sure you could escape it any where in Benson.

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Nice quiet campground with an actual groomsman who goes around every day raking the gravel. This is in no way a fancy resort type campground, but a very good place to stay in Las Cruses. No railroad noise. It seems most RV parks love to locate near freeways and rail road tracks. This is next to neither. I did wonder about the gravel raking groomsman using a fire torch to keep the weeds in check instead of Round Up, but hey, maybe his method is better.

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Pretty good KOA with a bit too much dust. Could use some more gravel and less dirt. But good utilities and friendly people. Nice little store and good pool. Close to town. In and out room for only one in one direction at a time.

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This park is relatively highly rated by Woodalls. They are mistaken and did not stay here. The site we were in was not really a site it was a wide spot on the left of a gravel road. And we had a tense moment due to the removal of our property while we were getting our RV repaired. I would not recommend staying here.

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As every other review has stated, this place is about the location and view. The park itself is a 4-5. Maybe less. But it has one of the best locations of any RV park we have ever stayed in. It is right on the Puget Sound. There is a constantly changing panorama of sea birds, ferries, and sailboats. Three close walking distance restaurants. And a couple dozen more close by within walking distance or bike. This park is close to but separated from one of the nicest restored towns you can find. The location, view, proximity to a wonderful town is a 10. Bonus points go for the ease of biking here, and it is a dog friendly town. So the paws have it and I put this down as an 8. If the sites were just a bit nicer instead of looking completely neglected I would rate higher. Likely a 9. It one of the very few places I have ever parked the RV that I could see us staying a month or two. The guy next to us has a house in AZ and stays in this park all summer.

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We have not stayed here for four summers. This time we stayed on the river side. No sewers, but way, way nicer spots than on the other side of the street. We saw tubers and fishermen from inside our coach. Plus 50 amps. I think the no sewers part is due to closeness to the river. Friendly staff. No sewer on river side. The gate makes you wait two minutes if you miss the first try and you do not enter the gate code exactly right. The staff person was not exactly welcoming to my criticism. The access road sucks. Very narrow and curvy for 3-4 miles no matter if you come in from Sultan or Monroe. I also like the cost, zero for me.

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This is a beautiful lake view park. It was packed over the weekend and almost empty during the week. Close to Mt Rainier national park. It is real close to the backside of Mt St. Helens national park. This park is mostly for smaller rigs and tents. Only a few sites will fit a 40'. We have a 42' and we barely fit into our site. The only sites with sewer that fit a bigger rig are in the group area. We asked if we could move there when it was completely empty. No was the answer. Against the rules. The nicer spaces by far are in the group area. The second nicest spots are for small RVs. Very nice if you have kids and a smaller rig. Lots of very nice playground equipment. We were the only larger RV in the park not in the group area. Showers very scarce if you don't bring your own. 30 amp only in the area that will fit bigger rigs.