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There are very few parks available in Sherman and Denison unless you are staying at one of the state parks around Lake Texhoma. We were warmly welcomed at Lazy L, a nice clean park located just off Hwy 75 in Sherman. The park has gravel roads and sites, which are level. Our site was 80' long with utilities located mid way, except for the sewer which was located at the back (you'll need a long hose for that). There is an RV dealer next door, which came in handy when we needed a new heated white water hose. With family located in this area, we will certainly make it a point to return to the Lazy L.

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Park is located on I-20 about 8 miles west of Weatherford. Very pretty location with a creek (dry at the time) running through the park. We had a long pull thru site with FHU for our 42' and dually. The park was very clean. There appeared to be many long term campers on the west side of the camp, but those sites were neat and clean. We really enjoyed our over-nite stay and will certainly make this a stop when we travel through the area.

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There are two sections to this park. We stayed in the owner's section, which reflects the higher rate. Sites are 40; x 80', which gives you plenty of room between you and your neighbors. Pads are concrete and yard is gravel and has a picnic table. Many of these lots are landscaped, ours was not. We were across from a green park like setting with a pond. The pool and hot tub were near by. There is a fenced dog run with good grass. We enjoyed it here and would return if in the area.

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Rates are based on site size; ours is for a 70' pad. Big rig friendly with paved streets and pads. We had a patio with picnic table and beautiful green grass. The dog park was a large fenced area with nice grass. Pool area was very nice and the laundry large and clean. Water pressure was high so a regulator is a must. This is a beautiful park with a friendly staff who make customer satisfaction a priority. Park entry is by security code. As mentioned before, Park City and Deer Valley ski areas are nearby. Would love to stay here again.

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We were met with a friendly welcome. This park is 2 miles off I-90 about 13 miles from Butte. It has a beautiful setting with mountain views, golf, and the hot springs nearby. If you want solitude, this is a great place to just sit and relax. As mentioned before, because of the large sites it is a good park for big rigs. Our site was 50 amp but 30 amp would have sufficed as we didn't need a/c. Daytime highs are in 70s and 80s. Evenings are very cool and we needed our heater in the early morning. There is not an abundance of trees, which is good if using a satellite. Roads and spaces are gravel/dirt but there is plenty of grass and a picnic table with each site. There is a large grassy area where you are allowed to let your dog run. Wi-Fi worked very well but the park was probably less than 1/2 full. Our AT&T phones and hotspot work well here. We would definitely stay here again.

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When you drive up and see flowers growing everywhere, what's not to like? This is a beautiful park located a short distance from Missoula. The staff is friendly and helpful. Our site was a pull-through (as are most) with gravel. It was not level but there is grass and a picnic table at each site. Once in awhile we would hear a train go by, as tracks are not far from the park, but it was not annoying. Laundry is spic and span. We would definitely stay here again when in this area.

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Very nice park in Columbia Falls. Sites are level, graveled, roomy, with grass and a picnic table. There are two dog runs, one for smaller and one for larger dogs. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Did not use restrooms but the laundry was clean. It is 17 miles to Glacier National Park and about the same distance to Whitefish. As others mentioned, the city park across the street is a plus. We would love to stay here again.

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PROS: Friendly staff (with the exception of Mr Grumpy); level, graveled sites with adequate utilities; beautiful grounds around the entrance and along river; nice beach with Adirondack chairs and umbrellas; large, clean laundry; picnic table and grass area at site; walking trails mostly graveled; game room. CONS: Was never able to access WiFi; site was near highway which was sometimes noisy; dog park was gravel; Mr.Grumpy. NOTE: You need a water regulator in this park. We used our satellite in lieu of cable. AT&T phone and hotspot worked fine. We would stay here again.

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Beautiful park like setting around a lake complete with ducks, geese, and frogs. Pads are level, cement, and separated by hedges between sites. Our back in site was 80' long with utilities well placed. Roads seemed a little narrow but manageable. Owners and staff were very nice and helpful. Cable was available but we used our satellite. Only negative is the WiFi that was limited to 60 consecutive minutes per day. We were located at the back of the park and never able to access it. We were told at check in that 24/7 service could be purchased through Tengointernet; however I had a hotspot we could use in lieu of spending more money. We loved this park and would enjoy coming again

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Don't expect a welcome or even a smile from the staff. That said, it is a large clean park with adequate utilities. We did not use the cable, but the WiFi was fine. Our site was in what I would call the middle level. We heard some air traffic from PDX but it wasn't annoying. The lowest level is right by the railroad track, but we did not hear any of that. Each site has grass and a picnic table. Our rate includes a Good Sam discount. We would stay here again.

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Beautifully maintained park and golf course. Large dog area near the premium sites. We had a pull thru in area B with a grassy area between us and the pads on either side, and plenty of room to park our vehicle. We used our satellite as they were changing to digital service and experiencing some sort of issue. WiFi worked on my iPad but computer would not pick it up. Hook ups were more than adequate. The owners were friendly and gave us suggestions on sites to see and the best route to reach our next destination. We would love to come again and stay longer than the 3 nights we were here.

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This park shows pride of ownership. Roads and pads are level, gravel and work well for big rigs. Site had a picnic table and grass. Electric was 30 amp and water pressure was good. Dog friendly park. Cable (via a box for digital) was offered but we used our satellite. Wi-Fi worked well. Our AT&T worked fine. Park is located off 101 so there is some road noise, which lessens in the evening. We would stay here again.

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Check in was "all business" and not much of a welcome. We had a pull thru site with adequately located hookups. Cable and wifi were included in the rate. Our AT&T worked well here. View of the bridge was awesome and being able to walk to the harbor a treat. Aquarium was nearby. We would enjoy staying here again.

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This is a no frills park in a good location of Eureka. It is clean and well maintained. Office hours seem to be sketchy but when we arrived we were checked in quickly and efficiently. The sites are a little tight, as are the access roads, but manageable. The sewer connection was at the back, so be sure and have a minimum 30' sewer hose. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well. We would stay here again.

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Nice shady oasis off Hwy 101. The owner met us as we pulled into the park and walked us to site #25. It is nice and long with plenty of room for our 38' 5th wheel and extra long dually. It had a picnic table, BBQ, and nice grass. What dog wouldn't love a dog park with several fire hydrants? The park shows owner pride, and both cable and Wi-Fi worked well. We would most definitely stay here again if in the area.