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Since last stay 3 years ago, they've done some work. Clean sites, but packed like sardines and utility connections at the back of the sites. When you go out your door, you are stepping over neighbors hoses and cords. Quiet at night other than the air for the bathrooms running. Smokiest casino I've ever been in. Played for a bit, but had to leave because it was suffocating. Good for an overnight stop. Reservations recommended despite what it says on other sites.

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Second time to stay and better than the first time. Beautiful spacious grassy sites with good views. Spacious areas for pets. Some highway noise at night, particularly in the loop on the road side.

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Very nice park, very nice people. Some beautiful sites right on the banks of the Salmon River. Beside hwy 95, but not much noise.

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Nice setting, fair amount of traffic noise from train and I90. Sites 11/12 share a sewer connection and have a drop off at the front and back that might make leveling a problem. Sites are tight for larger rigs, and the ones nearer the restaurant are a bit more spacious. Restaurant was very good, service was good as well.

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Great park with wonderful hosts. We would have given this park a 10, except for the dusty, noisy construction going on that we weren't told about. That and we had space specific reservations and those spaces were taken when we checked in. Of course, those were the spaces farther away from the noise and dust. Lots to see and do in the area, follow the Nez Perce trail, St. Gertrude's Monastery museum and Hell's Canyon. Gravel sites mostly level, and lots of room for your pets.

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Very nice park with lots of amenities. Clueless staff that have obviously never owned an RV. We couldn't get in the first site they gave us and had difficulty getting in the next one. The private residence across from the site had their stuff spread out in the driveway and road making it impossible to back in with anything longer than a tear-drop. Watched staff help a trailer park while taking him the wrong way down a road, consequently hitting the trailer next to us when he swung into the space from the wrong direction. Supposedly these were the only ones they had open, while several pull-throughs remained open all weekend as well as the space next to our friends. Sites were so narrow we couldn't put out our slide-outs without hitting the trees and your back window is 2' away from your neighbor's back window behind you. It's apparently gone to a membership park and it seems as if the transient guests get to put up with what's left. Nice place and a lovely community, but we wouldn't go back.

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Great park with a great manager. We played golf, ate at the restaurant and did the wine tasting. A very enjoyable 3 days with plenty to do in the surrounding area. The park has no onsite restrooms and they need a better pet area.