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Recently retired early 60 couple. Live in the very dry central valley of Calif.

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Talk about a bait and switch swindle. Reserved a full hookup site for 5 days. $30.00 on reserve America. Okay that's pretty good right, Wrong!!! When we arrived we had to pay another $7.00 dollars a day as a parking fee for the MH and Toad. That's $7.00 each or another $14.00 a day. This for dirt roads and site, lots of dust and idiots driving to fast. Lots of road noise. It's one our list as a never again park. The county should be ashamed !!!!!!

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This is a very dusty, aka dirt roads. Your front door is only about 10' from the road. Rigs are parked nose to back in a line. Were in site #1, very low voltage. We can only run one AC/heat pump or microwave oven at a time, and not even that if the park is full. Voltage down to 104 and Progressive unit shuts down. On the plus side the young owner is a very nice fellow and understands he has a problem. They have only owned it for 3 years.

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This is actually about 1 acre that the owner turned into an RV Park? I was woken this morning by sprinklers. Rotary sprinkler washing my MH. Not happy at all. Both side at places over 8' need my ladder to dry off before water spotting. The water here is really hard, so beware!!!!!!!! I now have a big mud puddle at my steps, oh joy. Drive ways are loose rock and dirt. There a dirt road in front of 5 of the sites we were in one of them. Lots of dust from the neighbors using it. Lots of trees for shade. Forget about Satellite or over the air TV, No cable TV. The laundry is not on site but across the HWY. Lots of Train Noise. Horns and coupling and uncoupling of cars. Hwy noise is not too bad during the night, but still there. There are better option in the small town. Good for a one night stop at best.

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I have no idea why anyone would give this place more than a 2. Sites are very close, some have 30amp, some 50amp. They say concrete pads. Well there idea of concrete pads are two strips just big enough to the duels to fit on. Very small lawn area, the rest is gravel. Most seem to be permanents, a few with lots of junk under and around. The pull throughs face the neighbors across the street. Your nose is right against the sidewalk. Trees on ether side of the front of coach just enough room for the coach. Being a retired Electrician the electrical scares the hell out of me. Boxes that are not meant to be located outside with silicone seal to make them waterproof, which is peeling away. If I had known any of this would have keep on going. There's not even a grocery store. The hamburger joint across the street if so fifthly I walked out and all I wanted was ice cream. Employee or owner did not even wash his hands when coming in from smoking Nasty place.

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As others have said it's a nice campground. Quiet sites well spaced. EXCEPT for the dust! When the wind blows the dust flows. When some drives through the dust flows. If you like to clean dust off everything this is the place. Forget about satellite, and AT&T service is almost nonexistent.

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What a delightful park. It's a bit close to the highway but what little noise did not bother us at all. In the evening traffic is very light. Nice green lawns, great dog walk area. Lots of trees and lots of sun. Our site (9) was easily able to get satellite. Good AT&T service. The new owners are a delight to deal with! Good access to hookups.

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This is a really nice park. It looks like and older park which they are upgrading. It's just off the highway so some noise but not bad in anyway. Some pull throughs, mostly back-ins. Gravel roads and sites. Well maintained park. One large community fire pit with wood provided.

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This is a hidden jem, Granted it's in the middle of nowhere. Nice big sites. Most of the sites are long pull toughs. Lots of space between sites. It's clean and well maintained. Were here during the week and very few here. Extremely quite. Camp host was the nicest fellow. There is no cell service what so ever. Good WiFi provided. Most sites should be able to get Satelite.

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It's kinda hard to rate this park. It is very clean and well keep. How ever spaces are tight, sprinkler water spoted our coach. It's NOT PET FREINDLY WHAT SO EVER. Pets are not allowed on any lawn area except the small pet area in the far corner of the park. It's not even fenced so cannot let your pet of leash. They're very particular about this as there are signs all over. Laundry was clean and neat, one plus. It's a good overnight stop.

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I have no idea how this park received such high rating. It's very narrow sites sit on rock with a dead weed patch between sites. Could not completely open the awning or it would hit my neighbor. It does have new restrooms and showers; that's the only plus. This park was built in the 90s as a work camp for the people working on the wind turbines and there a good reason for wind turbines. It blows hard most of the time. It rocked our 30,000 pound motorhome all night. Cable TV which the host touted is horrible. WiFi is slow, as is expected from an RV park. If you're in the area go 20 miles further north to the Washington side of the Columbia river for much better parks.

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Rate is not for the premiere sits facing the river That's another $8.00. Office staff and park work campers were very nice and helpful. For a so called premier park I felt the sites were a bit small i.e. close together. We were visiting relatives in Lewiston, Id right across the river so this was a very convenient park only 5 minutes away. It's a nice park however at least 50% or more are Long Long Term. Most of which did keep thing neat and clean a few with junk around them. Walmart and Albertsons are very close. Not sure we would stay here again. Lots of other options in the area. It's right behind Costco,s receiving area so you get to listen to trucks unloading and refers running.

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Great spot alone the little Salmon river. If river noise bothers you this is not the area for you. We camped in our MH facing the river. Sites are loose gravel with lawn between them Seems most people leave early for the fishing. The owner was very friendly and helpful. Really not mush in Riggins if your not into fishing and White Water. It is a beautiful area though. Park Cable TV was limited to 6 stations but our satellite worked fine. Park WIFI very slow. No Cell phone Reception until your in Riggins. You pay extra for 50 amp service. Our price included 50 amp.

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Very Nice park, Well keep. Lots of permanents on the outer perimeter but they were all clean and we were very comfortable walking around the park The staff was supper friendly and helpful. Cable TV worked great, did not use the park WIFI. Gravel sites with large concrete patio area.

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I don't know how this place got such high rating. Spaces are close together. I could not fully level in site 55 - too steep. Park looks like a 30 year old park that has just had enough maintenance to keep it going. Used the Men,s restroom - once it was dirty and I was not sure at first I was in the correct one as there were no urinals. Office smelled like unwashed bodies. Pool and spa were drained - would have been nice to use the spa, I can under stand the pool being empty as it's early spring. We attempted to go into the casino but the smoke smell just coming out the front doors stopped us cold. Only good things was pull toughs for one night stays.

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Made our reservations last minute and the office staff was very accommodating. Very nice park, Long spaces, Few trees so no problem with Satellite For some not having cable might be a problem. Some spaces are a little close .