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The main attraction is the McKenzie River. The riverfront setting is enchanting. The park itself is a bit "rustic". The river at this spot is unsuitable for fishing as it is rushing rapids. Once in a while river rafters soar by.

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We stayed for a week in the Annex - the last site available!. There was plenty of room for our 40 foot motorhome and F150 truck. The park was ok, nothing too special, but the location was terrific. The Rogue Brewery and restaurant (you must eat there) are just across the street. Everything you want to visit in Newport is very close.

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The owners and camp host are very friendly and helpful. Dog-friendly with a small dog area complete with fire hydrants, and a field next door good for your larger dogs. Close to just about everything in town. Sites are a bit close, but everything fits and really, who hangs out around their rv with the coast so close? Great spot for exploring the area.

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As others have said, there are 8 Class A and two Class C or smaller parking spaces in the Elks Parking lot. 50 amp hook-ups. Water is available via a 100 foot hose. A dump is located within a few blocks for $5. Elks members only. This is a perfect location for visiting downtown. It is close to the friends we came to visit. There is an area to walk your dogs. Folks in the club are very friendly. We would definitely stay here again.

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What a great place for overnight as well as a stay in the area. Large site, grass patio with picnic table, full hook-ups. Quiet oasis in town. Trees for shade. We would stay here again.

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Perfect location for exploring the Canyonlands and Arches. Our pull-through site had an excellent distant view of several arches in the National Park. Gravel sites were well spaced. We stayed here in 40 foot motorhome and would stay here again.

     

Pam's RV Park

Helper, Utah

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Small, well kept park next to the highway in an older part of town. Driving in we questioned our choice, but were glad we stayed. Very nice people, friendly, and the noise of the highway was non existent with the air conditioning on. We stayed two nights as we wanted to visit the museum in town. Full hook-ups for $20 - perfect for an overnight stop or a visit to Helper.

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Sites are close, but enough room for your 40 foot rig with slides. View of Portage Cove (the ocean) is great. Small craft harbor to one side, Haines downtown one block behind you. Haines-Skagway ferry about five miles down the road. Wonderful Dungeness Crab Feed/potluck every Saturday night. We paid $6 a crab. They get them right off the crab boat. We loved this quaint little park and would stay here again. If you want bigger sites and a groomed park-like atmosphere (nice place), the park as you come into town would be the place to go.

     

Tok RV Village

Tok, Alaska

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Clean, fairly easy to park. Overpriced compared to most in Alaska, but the facilities were great and full hook-ups a definite plus after a long journey. We stayed here on our way in and again on our way out of Alaska. They offer nightly entertainment with an ice cream social (we did not attend).

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Wooded sites, bigger than most in Alaska located across from Johnson Lake in a rural setting. There was a calm, relaxing atmosphere. Very nice, helpful owners/hosts. Moose in the area. Close enough to Clam Gulch for razor clamming and Soldotna for salmon fishing, yet away from the crowds. We loved it here and would camp here again.

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This is a great park, the sites were terrific with lots of room and the location was superb. However, the camp host was absolutely horrible. He was not a host, he was a money-taker and rule maker and enforcer. (We did not break any rules, this was just his attitude and persona). The rating is given because of this. We would stay here again, IF there was a different host.

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We stayed here four nights while exploring Denali. Loved the full hook-ups, The location is close enough to Denali but far enough to be out of the craziness. Yes, sites were not large, but those are hard to find in Alaska. Our dogs were happy with the walking areas. We were quite happy with the park.

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Nice looking park with trees. However sites are closely packed and roads narrow and difficult to negotiate. Their wi-fi set up is unsecure and the security software would not allow access to gmail or to google.com. You could access google.ca. Very annoying. It is off the road enough for a nice quiet nights sleep. They have room for the dogs to walk. They have an RV wash. We would probably look for another park with easier access (driving and wi-fi!) rather than stay here again.

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This is a cute little park right on the Toad River. We stayed in a center pull-through site so we didn't have to unhook our toad. There are several river-front sites that are perfect with a view and fishing. Over in the small cove of the river where the beaver dam is there are tent camping sites. There is a double site with an outdoor "bar" with a sink under a shelter. We used this as an overnighter and would do so again.

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I gave this park a 7 because of location location location. It is basically a big field of hardpacked dirt and the rv spaces are very close together. That said, it is within easy (BLOCK) distance of the signpost forest and the Northern Lights Centre. There is a city park right next to it on the shores of the First Wye Lake. Our dogs were very happy. This is a simple overnight spot with a great location.