Patrick Bauer

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This is an immaculate gem of a park tucked away in the SW corner of Oregon. Pull-throughs can accommodate any size rig. Sites are wide and are gravel with a concrete patio & picnic table and a manicured patch of grass at each site. Wide open for satellite view of the sky at most sites. Cable at each site. Rest rooms and laundry are clean, although we didn't use either. Electrical service (20/30/50) was strong and solid, and water and sewer also at each site. We stayed here 4 days while visiting the Redwoods in N. Calif. We would absolutely come back.

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Very nice park for a day, a week, or a month. Nice mountain views, and very friendly staff. Lots are available for sale. Super clean showers and restrooms. Concrete pads and patios with landscaping and Lots of space. This is a resort, and you will be using an owners pad that is in the rental pool. There are both back-in and pull-through sites. It is a Passport America park, so you may get first night at a discount. We stayed 3 nights and would have given a 10, but pool was not open. We will go back here!

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Great little no frills park for exploring Bardstown and the Ky Bourbon Trail. Clean and friendly. Gravel and grass. Wi-Fi available at shelter. All pull-throughs with 50/30/20 at all sites. No extras for kiddos. Nice rally park.

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Excellent place for a few days' exploration. Clean, friendly, good wi-fi and cable. Yes, you can still wash your rig. Gazebo sites and a nice little clubhouse. Great rally site!

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Beautiful setting, nice woods and fantastic Lake Gaston. Great place if you're in a small towable and have plenty of materials for leveling the rig. Unfortunately it's full of seasonal campers, so all of the nice sites are taken. No sites are close to being level, and they are shoe-horned between trees. It's simply NOT big rig friendly. The office staff was blissfully unaware that the park was so full. I'm in a 43' coach, and there wasn't a single usable site there. So 40 miles wasted and off to an overnighter.