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I agree with all the previous reviews, however we were struggling to level our rig, everything is on a down slope. the bathrooms are clean but appear dated, perhaps a new shower curtain and more chairs. There are lots of hooks which is great. This park feels very protected from the ocean/bay as it is surrounded by trees. I might check out the harbor campgrounds next time if the wind was not blowing hard.

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I cannot add much to the previous good reviews and details except coming from the north, get off at exit 674 and drive south on the Redwoods drive until you come to Immortal Tree gift shop which is the campground entrance. The woods are dark and we almost missed it. Signage from south 101 is better. The people in the gift shop are most friendly and helpful. Only one toilet per gender and two showers, could use more toilets in my opinion.

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This is an RV park review not a review of the beautiful area around it. the park is tight, with so many trees that satellite is doubtful. The restrooms are trailers that have been brought in, one toilet and two showers in each, very old, so old they appear dirty and linoleum coming up, etc. They need to be replaced. There is no WiFi and cell service does not work here. The hosts are wonderful. Traffic noise dies down at night.

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When you come into town on Hwy 20 from Seattle take the first left up a short steep hill and make an immediate right at the top following the signs to RV park, there is no sign for Near Pine itself. Coming from Omak take a right in the center of town up a short steep hill. Follow the generic signs. The park is on a large grassy field with some large rocks to designate the sewers. You will see tables and some electrical posts. The layout works but its a little confusing at first. We would like it to be more organized or laid out in a more structured way. The park is beautiful, lots of beautiful healthy trees and grass. Everything is very clean and cute. They need more bathrooms for all the people, not everyone likes to use their coach. They are adding 4 more flush toilets to the 2 they have and they have numerous sani potties distributed throughout the park. The staff is quite friendly and helpful. We would return for sure.

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This park is mainly for golfers. It was a quiet park except for the road noise. I did get a lot of cattle odor that seemed to settle over the park in the night, nothing you can do about that. We would return to golf. It is a neat and clean park with a nice pool.

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We have stayed many times and this time the internet did not work well. The staff was "crispy" with us but they are very busy with antelope hunters this week; the Malheur Refuge was closed since the occupation due to damage we understand. That is so sad.

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This is a 32 site State Park a bit away from the City of Rocks climbing area. The park is easy to get into and has long spurs, electricity and water. However, no sewer, but they have a sewer dump on the way out of the park. There are three places to visit: City of Rocks national preserve and Castle Rock State Park (with very few services, the former visitor center has been turned into a rental lodge) along with this state park with camping. There are two bathrooms. One has 4 separate shower areas, with the toilets on the other side. One bathroom has two separate flush toilets in another loop. Not much to do unless you drive to City of Rocks which is beautiful. The skies are clear, and the park is very quiet. We drove in without a reservation and found many spots. Check the website before driving all the way out here: there is dry camping in the City of Rocks. Get all groceries and needs before making the drive.

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Found this little park on RV park reviews. It is as described previously. On Sunday afternoon there were two large picnic groups but they cleared out by 7:00 and the park was very quiet. We felt safe as there is a host and several other campers but park was not full. It is in the older part of town but nobody drives thru or loiters that we could observe. Toilets are pit toilets.

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This is a quaint, old RV park that is fun to be in because the caretakers are wonderfully friendly. "If you can't get comfortable here, it is your fault!" I am quoting the manager. I concur with the previous reviews about the satellite and small sizes of the sites. Good for an overnite. The only thing about the bathrooms i would complain about is the very short/small "barroom" type swinging doors on the stalls. We would come back.

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Excellent place to stop for the night, highway noise does exist and hard to hear the river over it, beautiful site and helpful hosts. They are redoing the bank of the campground at the river's edge to improve the sites. I would recommend this as a stopover.

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I only rate this State park low because of the road into the park. it is very bumpy, full of pot holes and makes one nervous about what you will find in the park itself. The park is wonderfully remodeled with nicely fenced off separate sites. They are tough for a large vehicle, and there is a warning about anything over 45 feet. We pulled our 5th wheel in but I would unhook a tow vehicle first. The campground is very very quiet, you don't hear anything. It is first come, first served. I have heard that the other part of Heyburn is all reserved up for the summer.

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This is a crowded, fun boating and family park with many people here for a week at a time. We came for one nite and were disappointed to be down in a hole and not be able to get cell service or our wifi. For that reason we will not return. We thought the staff was friendly but the campground and grounds are old and worn down. There was lots of trash. I didn't see any workers around during the day trying to do any upkeep except watering. With the price and large crowd, this park needs park maintenance constantly.

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This is a large park with plenty of space, and a site on the river is pretty. The bathrooms offer only one shower and one toilet per side. Possibly there is poison ivy near the river. The only complaint we have is loud blowing from the factory during the day time work hours. This is good for a one night stay while driving through, but it seems there are many there for weeks at a time and several permanents in modular homes. The phones and jet pack worked well, not so at Bains park, which was too close to the border.

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This is a delightful green, grassy park along the banks of the Columbia river just below the Chief Joseph dam. It is not busy when other parks are often full (unless the fishing is good, then it might be full). City park, with a host on site who is very nice and friendly. Quiet at night, except the fishermen might get up pretty early (like 3:00 am). The town doesn't have much to recommend it but the small grocery store is adequate and there are several Mexican stores that could be helpful with Mexican food you may be making. We will be sure to stop again on our way to Canada.

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This park is a bit crowded to get into, everyone is lined up side by side perpendicular in close quarters. It is a small park that holds about 35 rigs and allows Passport America at all times. When we arrived there were about 5 sites left and it appeared that most folks were there for a long time, although I would not call them permanents, just staying for the season maybe. There is a good price on a monthly rate. There is a lot of extra room on the south side of RV park for cars to park and a big outdoor area with picnic tables, etc. There is a large building that is the "office" but it appears to be an old bowling alley, night club or something. Very curious. We felt safe here, everyone was friendly and helpful, I think we will return.