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Well run RV Park! Clean bathrooms, professional staff (RV camp hosts earning a little extra income. Almost too professional as everytime we were outside our trailer or using the laundry, shower facilities, etc, there they were to "check" up on us. For sure a "big brother" feel. Park is not too far off the beaten path. When you add up the daily Wi-Fi internet fee of $4 per day through COACH Connect coupled with the daily fee plus extra for our two sons. It is relatively expensive. One other note, not that it is a big deal, we left one day early around check out time and since we had pre-paid with our credit card, the staff would not give us a one day refund deposit. (Even with the park being only about 20% full: so really know the length of time you are staying before pre-paying.) Much easier to extend rather then cut your trip short and lose your money in the slow season. If I was a big rig owner, I would stay here as there is plenty of maneuvering room and level spaces. If we win the lottery, we will stay here again.

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We recently stayed at the Rainbow Lake RV campground and really enjoyed it. The staff was friendly and attentive. All services were top notch with a well regarded Cafe on the premises that the locals frequent. The office/lodge/gift shop was very convenient as well with a big screen TV (old but in working condition), shuffle board and pool table for relaxation. One of the best features of Rainbow Lake is that it backs up to a National Forest that was great for walking our 2 dogs. We noticed signs that said "ATV's" were OK but other vehicles were not. One last item of note is that it is very close to the Inn of The Mountain Gods Resort and Casino which was obviously good for the gambling, but also had some great restaurants we tried out. We will definitely be back!