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Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Barton Park, Boring, Oregon

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $19.00
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We had been here before, and were quite shocked when we pulled in to see that all the grass in the park has been allowed to die. Instead of a lovely green campground, we pulled into an asphalt site surrounded by dry, dead grass. Very disappointing, and odd since we're told there has been no drought here. RV sites in the east campground are large and level, but the dead grass and dying trees give the whole park a dilapidated, run-down appearance. Too bad. We camped at Barton Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Twin Falls 93 RV Park, Filer, Idaho

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $34.00
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A very nice little park just off Highway 93, with easy access. The pull-through sites are large and level. The area is very quiet and peaceful. It is not a fancy resort, but a great place for an overnight, or to stop and see the area. The staff is very nice and helpful. We'll stop in again any time we're headed into Idaho. We camped at Twin Falls 93 RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Winnemucca RV Park, Winnemucca, Nevada

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $29.00
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Nice enough park for the desert, but we really didn't care for the sites being jammed so closely together. You won't have a prayer of putting an awning out, but then again since Winnemucca is always windy, you probably won't want to put it out anyway. There is a little grass down each side of the park, but the RV sites are all just a gravel parking lot down the center. The people are extremely nice and helpful, and the pool is lovely, so that helps. A good place to stop, but not a fancy resort. We camped at Winnemucca RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Craters of the Moon / Arco KOA , Arco, Idaho

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $31.00
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Terrific people, great RV park. Large level sites on gravel, between lush grass strips and large shade trees. Strong power supply, great pool. Very quiet, yet only a few hundred yards from the highway. Nightly 50-cents-per-scoop ice cream. Again, the family running the park really do seem to want to do anything they can to make sure your stay is enjoyable. We'll definitely be going back to this delightful spot. I didn't give it a 10 only because the interior roads aren't yet paved. We camped at Craters of the Moon / Arco KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Mountain Home RV Park, Mountain Home, Idaho

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $32.00
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This is a beautiful, well planned RV park. Sites are very large, level concrete pads separated by large grassy strips, about the largest grassy separation strips I've ever seen. Shade trees are planted and growing rapidly. Each site has cable TV and wi-fi is accessible throughout the park. Staff is very friendly and helpful, all streets are wide, level and nicely paved. The only reason I didn't give this park a big 10 is because they don't have a pool. Other than that, this would be a tough park to beat. We camped at Mountain Home RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Caldwell Campground and RV Park, Caldwell, Idaho

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $23.00
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This park is pretty much filled with full-time residents, and many of those full time residents have all kinds of junk surrounding their sites. Sites are gravel on dirt with a few shade trees, and one patch of grass behind the store. Wi-fi apparently reaches only a few of the total sites, and none of those sites are available for people who just want to stay a night or two. The lake is pretty and the noise from the nearby freeway is minimal. The people in the office are very nice, and the laundry facility appeared to be very clean. We camped at Caldwell Campground and RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Hat Rock Campground, Hermiston, Oregon

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $22.00
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A lovely little oasis in the sage and pucker brush of eastern Oregon, but their power is very poor. We called ahead for a 50-amp site for a 40 ft. motor home, and were told, "No problem." When we arrived, however, were were told that they don't have 50-amp sites. We wanted 50-amps because it was the middle of a record breaking heat wave, and the misinformation was very disappointing. We have a power monitor, and the power kept fluctuating wildly, and our monitor kept turning our power off so that it couldn't do damage to anything in our coach. Very frustrating. Sites are on grass under numerous shade trees, but are extremely unlevel. Probably a nice little place, but don't go there if it's over 100 degrees and you want to use your air conditioner. We camped at Hat Rock Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Bridge RV Park & Campground, White Salmon, Washington

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $40.00
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We were very disappointed with this RV park. Even with a Good Sam 10% discount, we were charged $40.15 for a one-night stay, which we thought was exorbitantly expensive for this area and for the amenities offered. This is not a fancy resort: no pool or hot tub, just bathrooms and showers. We chose it because it advertised wi-fi, but we couldn't get a signal from our site. Judging from the location of the wi-fi antenna, the signal is available to only about 10 sites. Sites were level, but small -- just wide enough for the tires of the motor home with nothing to spare. There was a 4' strip of grass between us and the road through the park -- just wide enough to park a picnic table, but not wide enough to fully extend our awning. Park is located between a highway and a set of high-use railroad tracks. You can barely glimpse the Columbia River through the trees if you walk down to the southern end of the park. If you take the bridge from the Oregon side, be prepared for the tiniest bridge you've ever seen -- with me sticking my head out the coach window to get every inch to the right that we could, an approaching 18-wheeler's mirror missed our mirror by, literally, 2". A truly harrowing experience!! We camped at Bridge RV Park & Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Fawndale Oaks RV Park, Redding, California

Date of Stay: May, 2009 - $27.00
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Nicer older park, right off Interstate 5. The people there could not have been nicer. We called when we were about 15 minutes away to make sure they had space, and the owner was just about to leave. It was about 6:00 pm, but she offered to wait for us, and happily did so. We had a large level pull-through site so we didn't have to unhook our tow vehicle, with good hook-ups including cable and wi-fi. Yes, there is freeway noise, but we didn't really hear it after a few minutes, and it definitely didn't interfere with a good night's sleep. This is not a fancy resort, but is a very nice stopping spot along the I-5 corridor. We'll definitely be stopping in again. (We also called another RV park within a mile or so of this one, and the lady on the phone there was so rude and unpleasant that I just hung up and called Fawndale Oaks instead. And I'm very glad I did!) Sometimes the people can make or break a place! We camped at Fawndale Oaks RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Pear Tree RV Resort, Phoenix, Oregon

Date of Stay: May, 2009 - $33.00
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If you're looking for a fancy-schmancy RV resort, this isn't it. But if you're looking for a nice place to rest along Interstate 5, you could do a lot worse than this RV park. It has very easy ingress/egress to Interstate 5, with a convenient gas station/truck stop right at the exit, and a pretty nice restaurant within a block or so. It's right behind a motel (you check in via the motel reception desk). The people at check-in were very nice, and very helpful. Pull-through sites easily accommodated our 40' motor home without having to unhook our tow vehicle. Very nicely maintained grassy areas between sites. All hookups worked well, including wi-fi. Sites are just wide enough to put your awning out without hitting your neighbor, but there wasn't a ton of room to spare. There was some highway noise from I-5, but it sure didn't keep us awake -- it became more like white noise for us. We will definitely stay here again in our travels up and down I-5, and won't hesitate to recommend it to friends for a good overnight spot. We camped at Pear Tree RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Los Banos West / I-5 KOA , Santa Nella, California

Date of Stay: March, 2009 - $24.00
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This is a little, older campground that was recently taken back over by the original owners. It had been let go in a big way, and the original owners are trying to get it back into shape. The owners are very sweet and helpful, and could not have been nicer. We've stayed in several RV places up and down the I-5 corridor over the years, and this one was by far the nicest, and the most quiet. Very peaceful setting, large level gravel sites (we didn't have to unhook our tow vehicle) with good hook-ups). It's located about a mile or more off I-5, on the west side of the Highway 33/152 exit. Easy I-5 access, and right down the road from several gas stations and restaurants, which is always good on this isolated stretch of I-5. Very peaceful and pleasant. It would be a great spot for a get-together or rally, as they have a very nice covered patio area (with barbecue) outside a large meeting room. An altogether pleasant experience, and we'll definitely be back. They did cancel their Passport America membership, but at $24 we couldn't complain! We camped at Los Banos West / I-5 KOA in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Durango RV Resort, Red Bluff, California

Date of Stay: February, 2009 - $34.00
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This beautiful resort has everything -- but is about the noisiest place we have ever stayed. The amenities are terrific -- beautiful large, level concrete sites with well maintained grassy areas between each site. The trees in the landscaping are brand new, but will be quite nice when they grow a bit. Roads are beautifully paved, and wide enough for the biggest big rig. Big pool and spa, indoor meeting rooms, small store, close to stores and restaurants. But it's also right next to Interstate 5. We had to speak very loudly to each other at any time we were outside during daylight hours to be heard over the incessant highway noise. And as an added benefit, right across the river are apparently some railroad tracks, as we were awakened throughout the night by no less than 5 trains. There was a break in the highway noise about 3:00 am, but the trains continued all night. It's really unfortunate that such a lovely resort was so poorly placed. And since the I-5 bridge over the river is elevated, there is absolutely no way this lovely resort could build a sound barrier tall enough to block out the highway din. We are not light sleepers, but the constant noise at this resort will keep us from returning. Too bad. We camped at Durango RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Klamath's Camper Corral RV Park and Campground, Klamath, California

Date of Stay: July, 2008 - $33.00
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Do NOT stop here if you want a reasonable overnight accommodation. We were charged $33.50 for a water/electric only hook-up on an uneven grass site. The site did have a picnic table, but the fire ring was filled with partially burned trash. Those were the ONLY amenities. Our site had no cable, and could not pick up WiFi. This is the only campground we've EVER seen that wants to charge for use of the dump site AFTER you've already paid to stay there. The dump site is padlocked, and they want ANOTHER $10 for the privilege of using it. We've NEVER seen another park pull this one, in any of the lower 48 states. Of course, we could have paid $43 for a full hook-up site, but we found that rate to be exorbitant. It's not a fancy resort, and charging those rates struck as ridiculous. The full hook-up sites are all jammed together with barely room to put out the awning. We felt totally ripped off, and will, obviously, never stay here again. We camped at Klamath's Camper Corral RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Sommerville Almond Tree RV Park, Coalinga, California

Date of Stay: February, 2008 - $34.00
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We've traveled up and down the I-5 corridor many, many times, and this is by far the nicest overnight park we've found in the area. It's got trees and shade, but sites are fairly close together. There's plenty of room for slides and awnings, but there is probably only 8 feet or so between sites. Sites were fairly level, and internal roads were nice. We heard almost no noise from the freeway, a nice change from other campgrounds along the way. There did appear to be a few permanent residents, but their sites were well maintained. One word of caution: Do not buy propane from this campground unless you want to pay $4.50 per gallon. We stupidly did not check the price before having our propane tank filled, and were floored at the price. Find propane elsewhere! Or do as we did, and just gulp loudly at the bill, and move on down the road. We camped at Sommerville Almond Tree RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 49
States Visited: 16
Helpful Reviews: 2

Butch Cassidy RV Park and Campground, Salina, Utah

Date of Stay: November, 2007 - $18.00
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Good place for a peaceful overnight. Staff is very helpful and accommodating. Sites are level, though a bit close together if the park is full. It wasn't close to full when we were there, and they told us to just pick whatever pull-through site we wanted. There are several back-in sites, also. There appear to be numerous full-time rigs here, but most were fairly well kept. Power was good, as was water and water pressure. The campground is just outside the small town of Salina, but we found a good grocery store and easy access gas/diesel station with no problem. We stayed here a few years ago, and found it virtually unchanged this time. We camped at Butch Cassidy RV Park and Campground in a Motorhome.

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