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Lovely little park on the south side of town. We were hoping there would be no train noise, fortunately none at all, just a couple of cows mooing in the field next door. Friendly and helpful host escorted us right to our site. Good place to stop on the way south from Glacier. Wi-Fi signal was fast and strong. Verizon cell phone on full signal.

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We spent just one night to visit with some friends in Moses Lake. There is a nice pool. We were assigned a small back-in site, and had to park the truck on the street, like many of our neighbors. For the Coast to Coast price, we would stay here again.

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It is a lovely park amidst the trees. There are just a few RV sites, pretty close together, although it was not full while we were there. We recommend calling ahead, since it's such a small place. There are wonderful and friendly hosts who gave us good information about Mount Rainier. The park entrance is five minutes away. There are some restaurants in the area, but I recommend you stock up on food in Morton (SW) or Parkland (NE).

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Nice park on the Columbia River. This is a popular windsurfing area, but it wasn't that windy away from shore. Big and shady sites with lots of space in between. The train goes by on both sides of the river, but you don't really hear it. Gas across the river, and markets and restaurants are north in Goldendale. Verizon cell and aircard on full signal. We would definitely stay again!

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Gravel sites are small, built before the days of slideouts. Rate on the high side, even with a discount for paying in cash. Wi-Fi signal was weak, so we used the air card. Bath house facilities were clean, but unfortunately, locked from 10PM to 6AM daily. At least a third of the sites occupied by full time people. We did use the Boise River Greenbelt, a jogging/bike path that goes all the way across town. If not for that, we would stay elsewhere, for the price.

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Good park to stay a day or two. Some paved and some gravel sites. Overnight rate includes a coupon for continental breakfast at the hotel/casino. It's pretty windy on the plain so don't try the walk to the casino. You can call for a pickup by the casino shuttle. Down the road beyond the RV park is the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, very interesting tribal museum. Downtown Pendleton is just five miles away. There is a Wal-Mart, Safeway, shopping and restaurants, and the Pendleton Mill. Verizon cell and air card on full signal.

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Lovely little county park two miles from old downtown. Paved level sites are water & electric only, public dump site one mile away. Pit toilet facility, no showers. Friendly and helpful camp host. Nice to see the locals use the day-use area, some even fish in the creek! Hospital helipad next door, but we only heard it once in three days. Look for the "RV Park" sign next to the hospital, or you will end up across the creek in the day use area. Groceries, restaurants, shops and gas within ten minute drive. Good signal for Verizon cell and aircard.

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Nice little park with shady and level sites. Free WiFi worked great, even though we were across the park. Train tracks are less than a mile away, but we only heard the train whistle once. Make sure to visit the local museum, staffed by local volunteers, full of old stories! Gas, groceries, restaurants and stores are just down the street. Verizon cell and air card on full signal.

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Nice little park to spend a day or two at a great price. No reservations taken, just park in a free spot and check in at the hotel front desk. Level gravel FHU sites, and very little noise from US Hwy 93. Wi-Fi available inside the hotel, but very weak signal in the RV park. Verizon cell and aircard on full signal. Two miles to the heart of Ely, historic Hotel Nevada and public park. Make sure to see the Nevada Railroad Museum.

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Nice place to stay while visiting Capitol Reef Park. Gravel sites are a little sloped, but easy to remedy. The sites are pretty close together, so try to get one on the end of the row. Nice view north to red cliffs, or south across the valley. Friendly and professional staff work the office, gift shop, and camp store. Torrey has a few gas stations, restaurants and a general store, but we stocked up before arriving. Wi-Fi worked but slow, Verizon cell on Extended Network.

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Great park to spend time exploring the area. We stayed 8 nights, but had to move once, since we had no reservations. Park staff was friendly and helpful. Pull-through sites are a bit tight, especially since everyone seems to have at least one ATV. Park has a reasonably stocked store and a small laundry. We felt bad when we checked out, since some large dog did his business in our site, and our neighbor left trash under our picnic table. Not our problem, but why can't all campers be more responsible? We wish he park was more proactive. Wi-Fi was slow, but our Verizon Aircard was full strength. Groceries, restaurants and shops in Moab, good burgers at Moab Brewery!

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We used this park as a base to explore Monument Valley, Goosenecks State Park, and Natural Bridges National Monument. Not a destination park, but safe and reasonably priced. Level gravel sites, mostly pull through. Everyone else stayed just one night, on the way to somewhere else, I guess. Gas station across the road, one BBQ restaurant next door. Groceries are available at Goulding's in Monument Valley. Verizon cell on Extended Network, aircard worked, but very slow.

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Gravel sites across the road from the store/motel/post office/gas station. Best to pull in to the park, and walk across the road to check in. Sites are sloped toward the Little Colorado river, but it easy to level the rig. Although the sites are not back in, you can pull through, and we stayed hooked up to our truck, as there were only four other rigs in the park. Near the road, but noise is minimal. This is not a destination, just a good place to spend the night. Verizon cell on Extended Network, and aircard service was slow and unreliable.

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We stayed two weeks and had some great weather, except for a couple windy days. Wide and level gravel sites, shared electric/water hookups. Two laundromats were open all hours. The beach is wide and clean, but the swimming area is rocky bottom. Some local vendors walk the beach, but aren't annoying. Loud music on weekends coming from a bar 1/2 block away was tolerable. Restaurants, Pemex gas, markets, banks and the Malecon are all within a ten minute drive. Wi-Fi had a good, fast signal.

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A nice campground for a short stop. There is a friendly and helpful lady at check-in. A market and little town square are nearby. Verizon cell and aircard on Extended Network. We stopped here on the way to Puerto Penasco.