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We arrived on a Friday afternoon and found that all but 2 sites were reserved or occupied and settled on the back in that was somewhat sheltered from the wind, connected the electric and water, paid the iron ranger and then remained inside due to the heat and strong winds. A lot of ATV activity, but not particulally annoying. The following morning quite a number of reserved sites remained empty - hmm, and we had seen people being turned away.

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Good for an overnight stop along I17. Friendly check in, well placed utilities and strong Wifi. Far enough from the freeway to have little traffic noise. The diner had pretty good food and a nice atmosphere.

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We usually stay at Golden Spike in Brigham City, but they were full and recommended this park since we were heading south. We called ahead and were able to arrive during the middle of the day. Check in was courteous and straight forward, directions to our site explained. Here is the only negative as far as we were concerned - as others have said, sites are close together, some more than others, plus they are arranged facing each other with a shared patio area. Fine if nobody is assigned to that site, but for us a young family arrived about an hour later with a couple of dogs (kids and dogs well behaved) just lack of privacy for all of us. There is some freeway noise but inside the RV not bad, especially with A/C running. All in all not a bad park, very clean and long term spots kept up to standard. Would probably consider staying there again, but would be more specific about request of site.

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A popular city park about 2 miles SW of I84 and very reasonably priced. Easy hookups, good Wifi, perfect for an overnight stop. Host was friendly and helpful, fill out envelope and place in iron ranger, simple and quick. Loved the walking/biking trail along the Snake river and the beautiful wild flowers.

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It was ok, not the best Oregon State Park we have been to, looked like it had seen better days and many empty spots. We took a back in with a nice view of the Snake river and distant view of the interstate. Too hot and windy to sit outside. I walked down to the Iron Ranger and dropped off our Payment.

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We took a chance - it was July 4th, they had 2 sites available ! It was a back in, not on the water, but with a water view, the "mighty Columbia" Our site had some shade, I believe it was 50amps and ok wifi. Needed to position further back the next morning to use the sewer. Surprisingly quiet for a holiday weekend, lots of boats, kids, dogs etc. Nice walking path by the river. Bonus for us was the excellent firework display down by the Marina. We enjoyed our stay.

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Coming up on a "Holiday" we anticipated a night in the overflow area, but at check in a lovely young lady stated there was a full hook up site available for one night only, so we took it. Sites are a little close, but there is a bit of landscaping, hook ups were fine, utilities worked as well as the wifi. Some traffic noise during the day, but at night. Rogue Brewery was an easy 10 minute walk away for dinner. Long time campground host is a delight.

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This place should be a blueprint for all 5 star RV parks/resorts. All sites have good separation, well placed utilities, beautiful grassy areas and landscaping. Wifi signal was consistently strong. Every site has views of either the Marina or the Bay. We stayed 2 days in a premium Marina view site then needed to move to an inside site for one additional night, that had a nice view of the Bay and was $41. There are 2 spotless laundry areas that we took advantage of. We would definitely choose to stay here again.

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We needed a place to stay one night and many of the other parks were booked solid in the busy season. Based on other reviews this place sounded acceptable and we found it so. As with many small parks it appears that many folks are living here full time however we did not get the impression that it is in any way rundown. All the sites were neatly maintained. The utilities were very easy to access and our site was spacious yet spartan. No unnecessary frills. Someone had complained about the lack of cable TV but we were offered a list of channels which we did not use. The WiFi worked perfectly.

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Stayed 2 nights here and agree it is the best option in Brookings Harbor. Our site was far enough up the hill, that we had a nice view of the water. Easy check in, guided to our pull through site. Good utilities, wifi and laundry, several restaurants within walking distance.

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First of all the name of the park is now Riverside RV Resort, which is certainly a "misnomer ". It is not a resort, but a cute little park that has mostly long term and seasonal residents, very clean, neat and quiet. We were able to get the only available river view site, but only for one night. The other 5 had double wides or trailers. That being said we were still happy, enjoyed our view of the garden and river. Hookups were well placed and it was very quiet.

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The only "ding" in my opinion is how close together the sites are. Otherwise it is one of the cleanest campground that we have ever been in. The owner is working very hard to keep it that way. Utilities were well placed, wifi worked fine, laundry excellent. Having a river view site was well worth the extra few bucks and we would certainly enjoy staying there again if passing through the area.

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Not many options in this area. Santa Nella RV Park said they were full - it was a Saturday, and referred us to the KOA. It seemed pricy, but got us off the road and with FHUs - 50amp, we were able to run our A/C and stay cool. Also the Wifi actually worked well, so all in all it was a good stop.

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Sure beats a rest area on I10 for an overnight stay. We have not stayed here for years, primarily due to the now $7 per person entrance fee, but now armed with that annual pass it was a no brainer. Coming from the east we exited I10 at mm209, then the next day back on the freeway at 192, so it's a loop. Got to pick a site and chose a pull through with a nice ramada and 50 amp service for $17. Super quiet and pleasant to stroll around by the water, see various birds , enjoy a couple of hours reading outside in the sunshine. We certainly appreciated that 50 amps of power the next morning with a low of 28F. Did I mention, better than a noisy rest area !!!

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We are now fans of the Texas State Park system. In the past we have avoided them because we felt the entrance fee system was unfair. Well it is unless you buy the annual Pass and use it. This was our 3rd 2 night stay in a Texas SP on this trip (we also stayed at other places) and were able to use the electronic coupons for half off the second night. Goliad SP FHU sites were flat, level, well appointed hookups, reasonably quiet and just a short walk to the Mission which was very interesting. We enjoyed the green grass and trees, due to recent rains, also lots and lots of red cardinals flitting around.