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Rate is after 10% Good Sam discount. At first glance this is a very slick, modern looking park. Well tended although perhaps a bit sterile with very little shade. There were several things I disliked. The only dumpster is by the entrance of the park, really not convenient. The WiFi is a bit below average and as usual slows down as the park fills up. The cable TV was a joke, I was able to use my "rabbit ears" to get much better reception of local stations. The brochure reads like a second grade set of rules for unruly kids. Don't do this, don't do that - keep off the grass etc. The front desk clerk was curt and not really friendly and my overall impression was one of "don't bother us".

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We were delighted to find this park open toward the end of October, most parks in the area closed around Oct. 1st. We had a very nice pull through site with full hookups including some of the best WiFi I've seen in our travels. The owners were friendly and helpful and it was a delightful stay. Looking around the property. it was obvious that in the summer this place is kid heaven with playgrounds, pools and a water slide. The owner let me know that they keep a portion of the park for the over 55 crowd in the busy season. The only knock was a very poor cable TV system. Some channels did not come in at all and the others had terrible reception.

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Very pricey but worth it if you use the amenities. This park crawls with staff, the grounds and buildings are groomed to the max and you can't turn around without seeing a gardener. Two pools, well equipped health club, huge clubhouse with nightly activities, food trucks come to the park with gourmet food, on site RV detailing, a bit of golf, tennis and two very, very large enclosed dog runs. Location, location, location - great area to enjoy the warm weather in the middle of the winter. In January temps ranged at and around 80F. This park caters to big rigs that want to stay for a month or two. Monthly rates are like a second mortgage but you don't hear any complaints about the cost. You get what you pay for.

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Everything you've read is true. We stayed here twice in the past month, once going to the desert and once coming back for two days. After all the oranges were eaten from the first trip could not wait to get back for more of the best oranges I've ever had. When people talk about orange trees at each site they're not kidding. Large trees heavy with fruit in January, picking poles make it a snap to get your fill. I can't imagine all the campers in the world even picking all these oranges! Best Wi-Fi I've seen in an RV park ever, very fast and very strong. I needed propane and the staff picked up my empty bottle, filled it and returned it to my rig. As mentioned coffee in the office and fat pills every morning.

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As other have said there is airport noise, railroad noise and road noise. For the most part at night we did not have any problems with noise but it was there during the day. Pull through spots are very narrow but long I had to move the picnic table to the very edge of the spot to walk past my trailer with comfort. What really bothered me about this park was security or lack of it. There is no fence around the park, and in addition, it shares roads with a mobile home park. Anyone can walk off the street to the RVs on the entire perimeter of the park. Some of the spots back onto the street making it about 10 steps from the sidewalk to anything left out. I noticed locals rummaging through the dumpsters and recycle bins for recyclables to cash in. This was a park where I was glad to have a locking chock, hitch lock, and lock on my surge guard.

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This is a wonderful park and we were sorry that we only stayed one night. Our pull through site was easy in and easy out, grassy and level. All utilities worked just fine and we had a clear line of site for roof mounted satellite dish. The park WiFi was O.K. but bogged down during peak periods. Pet friendly but no dog run, lots of open areas with literally acres of open grass.

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Rate was for Passport America. Nice little park with just a few RV spots. More like a mobile home park with a few transient spots. The RV spots are MUCH too close together, I can open my door and touch the RV parked next to me. Wi-Fi is open and works well, no obstacles to satellite reception, and the spot is level. Utilities work just fine. A few grass areas for pets but no dog run. All in all a good spot for one night while driving the Oregon Coast but would not want to be here for more than one day.

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Rate was with Good Sam discount. This place was OK for one night but I'd hate to stay here for longer. 99% permanents, with folks leaving for work before 0600. Most of the park is gravel and the grass areas all have signs to keep your dogs off the grass. The "dog run" is outside the gate and not fenced, appeared to me to not be pet friendly. Wi-Fi was spotty but it was there. I was able to use my satellite dish with no problems. All utilities worked just fine. My pull-through spot really was a back in spot due to a utility pole but it worked OK. All in all "just OK."

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Rate is Passport America. We really enjoyed this park. Just understand there is no cell service either AT&T or Verizon, no Wi-Fi and no local TV. We could not use our satellite due to tree coverage but was told if we switched spots and reversed our rig we'd get satellite but did not bother. The spots are nicely separated, lots of nice grass areas for dogs, a duck pond, and wild turkeys. It was a nice place to sit out and enjoy a little peace and quite. This park would probably not be a good place for kids and not a good place if you can't live without your cell phone but we really enjoyed our stay here.

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OK park, right on Hwy. 50 with easy in and easy out. Our spot was level with gravel on both sides but a concrete slab in front for a vehicle. We asked for and received a pull through which did not have shade. Looks as the back in spots did have some shade but with a long trailer this is what we wanted. The utilities were not standard at all. The dump was a plastic tube that sat about 6"-8" above ground level making gravity feed difficult to say the least. I had to remove all the adaptors off my hose and shove the raw end into the hole to make it work. The city water was also very non-standard. The hose big came out of the ground straight up and the pressure was to say the least low. Also the nature of the valve was such that you could not use a normal RV hose, the type that has a plastic connector on the end. The plastic would run into the knurled nobs on the water valve. All in all for one night it was OK. We wound up using our water and water pump which was good because their pressure was way below par.

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Earlier reviews are accurate. It is just a gravel parking lot with narrow parking spots with utilities. When we got here, there was no one in the office and no one answered the phone number posted on the door. Since we had made reservations I was a bit puzzled. Three was no note about what to do or where to go. Since there was only ONE spot left open I took it, dropped $25 in an envelope with a note, and put it in the available slot. I question what would have happened if they'd been full. I guess I'd have kept on going. Most of the spots are taken by semi-permanent construction workers with their trailers and work trucks. Lots of tents and later on in the evening more RVs pulled in and just parked where they could some with utilities and some running extension cords up to the office. The good news is this area is pretty laid back. I suspect you could dry camp anywhere you wanted and save the $25.

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Very well run, organized to the point that it probably drives some folks nuts. It's a senior park and it was very nice not to be overrun by little kids and teenagers. As you can imagine quiet. Very, very pet friendly the nicest dog run I've seen and everywhere you look there are doo bags and trash receptacles. Tons of snow bird types with months long stays, the entire park is clean and ship shape. Maintenance crews water down the dirt to hold the dust down. The spots are level and everything works great. The Wi-Fi was OK, not great but worked just fine. Nice location North of town with an easy drive and lots of shopping nearby.

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Interesting park with a fitting name. First of all there's no office, nice setup actually when you pull in a host meets you in a golf cart, leads you to your site and registers you there. The entire park is 100% rock and gravel. No dirt, no grass which made it tough on my poor dog. The sites are separated by large hedges giving loads of privacy. All the utilities worked just fine and WiFi was decent. The two restroom/showers are on the pool deck. Both unisex giving you your own little private bathroom with toilet and shower, very clean and well maintained. The turns in the park are very tight, with a 20' truck towing a 28' trailer I had to really be on my toes leaving the park getting pointed in the correct direction. I'd stay here again all things considered.

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Kind of old and run down, when we were here I think the tents may have out numbered the RVs. Good WiFi, our site shared a pedestal with the rig next door. The 30A was available to me, not sure if they had 50A. Site not totally level, gravel. Ground cover in the park is rock and foxtails, not real pretty. Good for a one night stay. Funny thing is I made reservations a while back and when I got here they could care less. Not sure what would have happened if they'd been full.

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Nice park extremely close to Hwy 58 so it is easy to find and easy to exit. Park looks new. It's very well kept with on the ball management. Everything works well. The spots are long, wide and flat. I would not like this park for more than a day or two. No shade at all and the spots have no visual separation between them. It's just a flat spot with nice, new and flat concrete pads. Really pet friendly, along the fence line there are dog doo bag dispensers, a dog run at one end of the park and lots of lawns. I would stay here again while passing this way.