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Cash or Check only. Electric and water. No sewer but there's a dump station. Nice, nice setting for a campground. Shade, and LOTS of space. I counted off 60-feet between units. The owner, Pat, was terrific. Walked over to our pull-through to make sure we got settled in. We have a 40' with a 21' trailer and we fit in our site just fine. Big storm came through and knocked down lots of branches. Next day, she was out cleaning up the park. Very quiet at night. Half the park are permanents but nice and neat. Ice cream social on Saturday night. Good grocery store is about 2-3 miles away. Gorgeous countryside surrounding. Bathrooms could use a new coat of paint but they were clean. We'd come here again.

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This was a nice find in the Fargo/Moorhead area as there's nothing else that would accommodate our 40' and trailer setup. You pull in, find your spot and deposit money or check in one of their envelopes. All grass...and I mean all grass...with a dirt road circling the spots. Kind of difficult to find a spot. I had to get out and walk around to determine where they were and how to get in them, as they're not well marked. Only about 8-10 people when we were there...all spread out. We found a nice spot and settled in. Quiet and peaceful. No Wi-Fi, water pressure was a bit low but adequate. Fire rings were placed in front of the rigs, and only every other site had one. Easy off and on the interstate. One night only. We'd stay here again.

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We've never stayed at a COE park before. This one was great. Spacious sites with no one on our passenger side at all. Electric 50 amp only. No water or sewer. Quiet and peaceful. There are great walking, paved walking paths around the park to see the lake, birds, wildlife (deer), wildflowers, or exercise. No Wi-Fi. Water pressure was fine. Men's showers were too used and old for me. One toilet only for men. When I informed the host that there was no TP, he told me it was taken regularly by children to start their fires. Nice place. We'd come again.

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Here is one odd RV park. The outside of the park are all back-ins and you park your car in front. Sites in the inside circle, with grass, are horizontal parking BUT the water and electric are on the passenger side and the sewer is in the road itself...inside your space. Strange. The staff was helpful. Water leaked at the unit. They're replacing the valves one by one. There was grass there so it did not muddy up. The guy behind us left a ton of oil on the pavement after he left. I told the staff. "I'll be right out there to put something on it". Never happened. They have one maintenance person for 4-5 properties. Cozy place though. All of us RVers were close to each other and friendly. The railroad yard, right over the fence, was not a noise problem, nor was the street at night. It's the only real RV place in town. We'd come again. Oh, on the 4th of July, the ENTIRE TOWN's power went out. We ran our generator all night. Next morning, it still had not come back on. HUGE lightning storm barreled through.

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Very nice park right off the interstate. Very welcoming couple checked us in then guided us to our site and told us all about the walking path around the park and the evening sunsets. Minimal traffic noise. Level sites. Not sure why people thought the mile long road coming in was so bad. It was just a gravel road that needed to be driven slowly. We'd stay here again.

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After reading the leveling problems on the reviews, I was a bit leery but our site turned out fine. I suppose if we went another few feet, we'd be leaning way towards the front. We stayed at the other RV park in town last time. This was a vast improvement. Costly, as most KOA park are plus it's all about the location. GREAT views of Glacier mountains from our site. Staff was great checking us in, even though there were a number of people in line. Fast and efficient. Good camping store with terrific huckleberry ice cream. Wi-Fi did not work initially but did kick in the next day. Pool was clean and the hot tub was large and hot. We.

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Terrific Host. Greeted us as we arrived, sat down at a picnic table, checked us in and showed us what sites we could see in Spokane. He was very familiar with this part of Washington which was helped as we needed it. Sites were just long enough for our 40' and trailer. We parked our van on the nearby scruff. Quiet place. Bathrooms were very clean. Wi-Fi was decent. Lots of weeds on one field between the two camp areas. We stayed in the non-shady area. The other part was trees. We'd stay here again.

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Wonderful park to stay in. Because we were there for many days, they were nice enough to put us in the back instead of near the front where the one-night only people would come in and out. Our pull-through was long enough for our coach, a trailer and our car could fit. Bathroom were very clean. Wi-Fi was decent. If we wanted a fire at the community area, they got it all set up for us. All we needed was a match. Simple check-in and they escorted us to our site, a feature I appreciate. We'll come back.

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Great host. Greeted us as we arrived, gave us every brochure on the area, then escorted us down to our site. We had a pull-through right next to the river, which was great. I-5 was across the river so there was some traffic noise. Not too bad. Tight turns getting into the park and to our spot with autos parked a bit into the lanes. Gorgeous grounds and well-maintained. We only stayed one night but we'd come back again.

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The park has a great woodsy feel to it with the forest all around you. Short walk to the nearby reservoir for fishing. The host greeted us and showed us, on the map, where to see sights, get gas, do some shopping, etc., which was very helpful. We had site 7 which had a large tree blocking the side so we could not quite pull in with our coach and trailer. It took us 2 hours to get set up. I should've asked for another site more strongly. There were some back-ins available and I had to unhook anyway. But, the staff men were terrific in getting my trailer hooked back up. They had free hot dogs and s'mores Saturday night which was a nice touch. Nice, short drive up to Crater Lake from here. We'd stay here again.

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Sites are way too tight. No "front porch" area at all. I saw people squeezing their chairs onto the 4 foot wide section next to their coach. The pull-through for us barely fit our 40' and trailer. It was a nice looking park and neat as can be, but way too cramped for our liking. Also, not much help at the front desk when it came to asking questions about Multnomah Falls and such. We will try another park next time. The speed bumps are some of the lowest we've seen. That was nice

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Sweet park in a valley off 101. One mile down a road to find the park. Office lady was very nice. Site was nice, long and level for us. 30 amp only, and cash/check only. Turkeys and deer and rabbits come visit nightly and in the morning. We'd stay here again.

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The good: quiet, clean sites, clean bathrooms. The bad: We asked for a pull-through but they said they could not guarantee them, but there was one available when we showed up...did not get it. Backing in was a bit hairy. LONG drive to Yosemite from here. 38 miles of twisty up-and-down. The road coming up to the park from the valley had the most severe, steep switchbacks we've encountered. 15 MPH all the way up for 5 miles. Wi-Fi was awful and no Verizon at all. Next time we'll go over to Mariposa way to stay.

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Check in was fine. Would have liked a "Welcome and thank you for staying here". Later in our stay, we asked to stay another night and the front desk was helpful in making that happen. Site was long enough for us. Great views of the Sierra Mountains. Very nice gift/food shop. Did not use the bathrooms....too far away. Easy in and out.

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The people at the front desk are great. Very helpful as are the staff around the park. We called to come in early by one day but the check-in booth did not have us so he found us a spot. We followed his golf cart down only to find that our spot was already taken. He called and found us another spot where we would not have to move or unhook our trailer and it worked out great. The spots are just long enough for us to fit our 40' and trailer into. They have some pull-throughs that are 100' long but it's all concrete everywhere around those. Not too attractive. A lot of full-time or long-stay people. We hardly saw anyone out and about.