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This is a municipal park with Merritt's town limits run by a contractor. The person I dealt with was excellent - friendly, helpful and accommodating. The park was an oasis of green in a burnt landscape and was clean and well maintained. We were able to get shade on a hot day and had a quiet, spacious site. The rv park is fairly basic, but it was clear that upgrades are ongoing. While Merritt is not a tourist town, downtown was a short walk. It is an excellent value and I would return again. The only real negative was the noise from a nearby mill, loud and continuous.

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This park was one of a few, and the most expensive, of small parks located on farms in the Kelowna area. It was essentially a $30.00 a night park located in an inflated market. There was a two night charge cancellation policy, again reflective of a heated market. On arrival, there was a sign listing names and assigned sites, but nobody in the office. The first row of sites were dusty, narrow and short. Our site was up a small hill, paved and more spacious. Landscaping was basic and you were essentially parked at the edge of open fields. It was not an attractive area. However, despite being paved, our assigned site was so far off level (both back to front and side to side) that even with all our blocks our motor home could not be leveled on the stabilizers with the rear wheels sufficiently grounded (ie. unsafe). I was able to contact the owners on their cell and they did not have another site to offer me. We left and will never return. This place may be OK for some rigs, but do not expect it. If you do stay here, insist on a level site. Rigs that can be lowered in front may be OK in the site we had, but bring lots of blocks for the back - and wheel chocks.

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This park is mostly owned and permanent sites. Having stayed here before, it seems noticeably older but still well enough maintained. The staff were excellent and most helpful. The residents were reserved and the park was clean and quiet. Some interior roads were a bit narrow for a motor home, but our site was easily accessed. This park was expensive in comparison to other local parks, but a significantly better value regarding quality and facilities. Will return again.

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This is a small but well run rv park. The owners are a pleasure to deal with and most helpful. Most sites would be a tight fit for larger rigs, but we were able to get a larger site with easy access. Facilities were basic as regards activities on site, but the state of cleanliness of the washrooms and laundry was most impressive. This area gets winter and has a long closed season, so the park is gravel, grass and lacks elaborate shrubbery. However, it is clean and well tended. The highway and train noise can be intrusive, even to the point of feeling vibration at times. However, I did not find it a problem personally and it was quieter at night. In addition, the other guests were a quiet bunch and I suspect the party crowd (a resort area) goes elsewhere. We were pleased enough to return here after one night away and will return again.

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Check in was efficient and we were given our choice of site. Most of the park is permanent/seasonal, but the transient area is separate, easily accessible and a bit more spacious. The sites are separated by hedging and shielded from the nearby highway by trees. The maintenance level of grass and shrubbery was basic, but acceptable. Nothing fancy, but a good choice if passing through (close to main highway) or visiting the area. Will stay there again.

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The park has a view to die for. It is small, quiet and in a beautiful setting. No negatives, except that there is a (Resort Fee) imposed that offsets your Good Sam discount.

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We usually stay here when passing on the I5. It is far enough away so that you do not hear the traffic, although trains can be intrusive. The park is easy to get to and easy to navigate within. This stay we had a fellow guest playing fetch, for an extended period, with his two German Shepards in between two rows of RVs, despite strict rules. However, staff were not there to see him. On bringing up the issue next morning, we received a sincere apology. We will return. Still do not like the charge for dogs.

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The staff were great and the park well designed and maintained. There were a number of long term residents, but sites were kept neat and uncluttered. Facilities were better than most parks, but the location offers little in scenery or locale based advantages. WiFi was good to terrible, the park was full and time of day really mattered. A good place for a stopover, but not a destination.

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The best option for the area, the park is convenient and easy to access. The focus of the park is the attached marina and fishing, but it is a good base for any local visitor. Sites are mostly pull through and all are easy to navigate. Staff are very friendly and helpful. We always stay there when in the area. Beware of the wind rising quickly and do not leave your awning out when away. The park Internet was pathetic.

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We were in a narrow pull through just off the highway. In general the park is constricted in space and would present challenges for some people and some RVs. The staff were friendly and efficient. There was a large off leash area and lots of space to walk dogs on leash. The one big negative was the noise level from the highway just over the fence.

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Excellent in almost all aspects. In addition to super clean laundry and washrooms, the park is well designed no maintained. Staff were excellent and there were free entertainments and events more days than not. Not a kid friendly park, no facilities, it is a very friendly place to stay. We stayed ten days and had been there numerous times before. Note that they are very strict about where one can walk dogs. Note that highway noise varies by the distance from the highway. The upper level is generally quieter.

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This is the best option if you are visiting Cannon Beach. It is in walking distance to the downtown area and yet secluded from the noise of the nearby highway. This is usually a busy spot, reserve early. The best sites for back-ins are the single digit ones. Staff is friendly and efficient. The park is also in the process of upgrading sites and facilities. We go back again and again. The price reflects and extended stay and multi-discounts.

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This is a small, well run, well designed and clean park. The staff are friendly, efficient and helpful. A good place to stay either for short or longer terms. A favourite stop for us.

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This is a city RV park, with a majority of permanent sites. It is also one of few options for a tourist looking for proximity to Victoria. Despite many permanent residents, not all of whom appear prosperous, we have never had a negative issue on numerous stays. Transient residents are grouped in the best area and the staff is efficient, helpful and pleasant. It was disappointing to find that they have gone to a cable box system, that was essentially ineffective for our motorhome's setup. We really had no cable, but were able to get a few channels over the aerial.

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This used to be a favourite park, but there are a few issues. The worst was a new cable setup requiring a cable box. Our internal connections are all hidden and we were not prepared to do major alterations for one stay. Eventually we found a solution that was at the best workable. A better system is needed. About as bad is the park's lack of rules. There is no quiet time nor limit to vehicles, RVs, tents and people per site. On the weekend the locals arrive to sit, drink, talk loudly, and ignore their kids. There is no playground, so the streets and green areas are alive. The locals have booked the best sites for party weekends, which then sat empty on weekdays. On the other hand, the staff are helpful and pleasant.