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Very nice and well kept park with plenty of room between sites. We chose this park because it's one of the stops on the Red Bus tour and because of previous good ratings. Friendly staff and well stocked store to include all major food items such as milk and bread. We departed a day early due to lousy weather and they gave us a refund with no questions asked.

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Friendly staff, very nice park on the Spokane River. Good entertainment watching the boats going to/from Lake Couer d'Alene. Lots of riverfront seating provided for doing just that. Grounds are very well kept and no evidence of seaonal campers. An excellent destination park with a bit of a stay in mind. Kayak and boat rentals to get out on the lake.

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This campground was a real disappointment. Pool was nice, Wi-Fi was very good, but our site had not been picked up. There were cigarette butts and small pieces of trash throughout the site. A 2 minute walk-through by staff would greatly enhance the appearance of the site. We also had the neighbors from hell next to us. They were talking and laughing very until 10:30. Their own rules stated quiet time starts at 9:30 but there was nobody around to enforce any rules. I never did see any park staff driving through the park. This park gets good reviews from other campers and the park on the other end of town gets panned (for good reason, we've stayed there many times) but I will be staying at the other park after this because it's closer to town.

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As mentioned in previous reviews, the owner is very pleasant and the sites with grass are very well maintained. He really made an attempt to keep the place as neat and clean as possible. That said, the sites are very close together and a good portion of them are seasonal RVers. Some of the seasonal RV rigs are not in great shape. Other campers walked through our site but I didn't see any alternative so I didn't let it bother me. There's not any great places to stay in Long Beach so this may be as good as it gets close to town.

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This is an old campground right off of Highway 84. Sites are not level. Lots of road noise due to the major highway and it's proximity. We stopped here just as an overnight place of rest but wouldn't include it as a destination location.

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Average campground we used just for an overnight stop. Main reason we stayed here was that it had a pool for the kids. Pool was well maintained. Nearby feed lot brought a fairly strong aroma at times depending on wind direction. The cafe menu is very limited and the cafe itself didn't look inviting in the least. Ice cream social had only the basic four flavors of ice cream. Office had a much better selection of ice cream.

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This was just a place to stop for the night. No privacy between sites. Voltage was too low to use the AC probably because everybody else was using their AC. Had to be very judicious with power use. Well kept pool for the kids was great. Animal presentation in the evening was perfect entertainment for the kids.

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Large, well kept campground right next to Yellowstone National Park and downtown West Yellowstone. Good privacy separation, nice green grass areas surrounding most sites.

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Very nice and well kept park. Pull-in forward sites are a real nice asset for a motorhome. Laundry facilities and restrooms were modern and clean. Very friendly staff.

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Terrific little RV park next to Foster Lake. Infrastructure looked like it was still new. All sites have concrete pads, privacy fences to separate your hookups from the site next door, excellent site markings, and nice lighting. Boat rentals on site, or if you bring a boat, they have a really nice marina and boat launch. They quit advertising their WiFi because of previous complaints and overloading but we had excellent service the whole time we were there.

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Nice little park close to Crater Lake. The only FHU park in the area. Diamond Lake provides some great entertainment opportunities. Boat rentals, fishing, hiking, and biking are all close by. There's an excellent 11 mile paved bike trail that encircles the lake. Wi-Fi was too slow to be usable but I didn't care as I wasn't there for the Wi-Fi. No phone service available for my AT&T cell phone. Sites are close together and don't offer much privacy. No mosquitoes when we were there, just gnats. A bit dusty, but manageable.

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I would expect more from an Oregon State Park. It was extremely dusty, the sites afforded no privacy, and sites weren't level.

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This is not a campground I would chose to stay at again. It was very dry and dusty and if it weren't dusty, it would be muddy. Right on the river but river was not accessible. Several permanent residents with run down and trashy sites.

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Very nice RV park right on the river. There's a few river front sites available for smaller rigs. Sites are very close to each other, so close in fact that my sewer connection was right next to my neighbor's picnic table. Just a bit awkward. Friendly staff and well maintained facilities.

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Beautiful State Park located on a nice lake. Nice swimming area, lots of open spaces and well tended lawn areas. Boat launch available for those so inclined. East campground is better suited for motorhomes, trailers, and truck campers as the sites are more level and larger. However, since this is an older campground, even the paved sites are not very level. Camp store close by for refreshments and a few other supplies.