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A pleasant green campground with small trees and riverfront views. Clean and comfortable. We would happily stay again. After seeing the neighboring state park was going to cost $53.00 for one night, I selected Peach Beach for our overnight stay in the Maryhill area. The only difficulty was in making a reservation. We called during the posted hours on their website, and had no luck reaching anyone. The voicemail box was full, so we could not leave a message. We pulled into the park around 4pm on a Thursday afternoon with no reservations, and took one of the few open sites remaining. It was a water and electric back-in site with a fairly level gravel drive. The site was moderately narrow, but we fit. The campground is well-manicured, green, and filled with many small trees. A peach orchard just outside gives the campground its name. We enjoyed walking down near the river, and over to Maryhill State Park right next door. The bathrooms were clean and well maintained, but a bit out-dated looking. The dump station was clean and functional. We had a pleasant stay, and would happily visit again.

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Our plans on where to stay changed due to the flooding of the Colorado River, so the BLM site we wanted was closed. Portal was clean, laid out well, and the staff were friendly and helpful. Trees are present, but small, and spacing between spots was reasonable. Like many commercial campgrounds, there wasn't a lot of privacy. The owners allowed us to check out a couple hours late when we asked. The group camping area was flooded as it is near the river, but our site was dry and level. We fell asleep to the chorus of bullfrogs. We would stay there again.

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We arrived later in the evening and were greeted by the camp host. He was very polite and told us to be careful of the people returning from the ranger talk about stars. Our site was back-in, with electric, picnic table, and fire ring. Privacy and site spacing were good, and it was a pleasant location. We would be happy to camp there again. The park is beautiful and well worth a visit.