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Front row "on the water" are forward pull in for motorhomes with utilities on the drivers side. Excellent sites. The rest of the park is just so so. Pretty tight and no view.

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Super nice spot. Open with very few trees. Some shade trees starting to grow in each spot. All with view of the lake. 5 miles to Ashland.

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Not on the ocean but right on the harbor inside the jetty. Beautiful grassy park. All paved easy access and full hookups. Maybe 1/2 mile walk to town.

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Very good family park. Huge amount of space. Fire rings every camp with a ton of smoke if that bothers you. Gorgeous views, lots of hiking, lake with water toys to rent. Not real level but was able to adjust. Dirt and dust is the order of the day.

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Large park, mostly pull through. Cement path to park on. Most level. Pretty much a parking lot but nice for overnight. Pleasant folks.

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Only a few sites. Mostly permanent. Nice though with a park across the street. Great folks running it. Pretty close together but paved.

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Nice enough spot. Big grassy field with hookups. No problem for satellite. No trees. Dirt roads kept damp with water truck. Fair amount of room between sites. All pull through. Rate is my best guess, might be off a few bucks.

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It's not on the beach but other than that it's a great park. Shaded (not too much chance of satellite) but cable works good. Full hookups and quiet at night. Only a mile to town so it's a good location if you don't want to sit inside your rig and watch waves. I'll be back.

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Only a few 50amp sites so check if you need it. Pretty much in the trees with total shade. Makes it nice and mostly private. No sewer at site but good spot in campground. A 1/4 mile hike to the water or drive to day use area. Great spot to stay while exploring Bremerton Navy exhibits. Close enough to drive to town for good food.

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Pay attention to previous posts. The cell phones only work from Canada and will cost a small fortune if you don't turn them off. US cell service OK at gate up on top of park. No TV on antenna. Only 4 or 5 pull through sites. Front row with the best view is first come first serve so you might get lucky and pull in right as someone leaves. Tent sites are in the woods but you could dry camp a 25 foot trailer or class C. No sewer at site but dump station is in park. At low tide(only) you can get to the water from the tent area. The RV area is on a cliff with a fantastic view from all sites.

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A bit old world but very nice. Location is excellent. Right on the lake. No sewer and no cell nor wi-fi but great camping. Most spots have trees in the way of satelite too. Boats and paddleboats to rent. Fishing from the dock. Only a few sites would work for a 30 - 40 foot rig so ask.

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This park charges for a first class operation. The wifi simply does not work. They have all the usual excuses but bottom line? It doesn't work and the owner/manager just keeps saying the same thing. They have rules but it seems like the old timers don't have to follow them. We were told to keep our dog on a leash at all times and then we see a guy (long timer) just playing ball with his dog in the street.

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Probably the nicest overall park we've seen. Only down side is the trees if you want satellite. Plenty of cable channels and HD local via antenna. Exercise room is in the office so you have to wait until they open. Nine o'clock in October. Not sure during summer. FANTASTIC laundry. Hi tech with a credit card system and text to your phone when the laundry is done. America.... what a country!!

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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What a nice park. Well maintained and landscaped. We just did an overnight, but I would come back.

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What can I say? This was the worst and they charged 30 bucks. Noise, old, run down, etc, etc.