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Got one of the last electric and water hookups at the end of a hot day. Fortunately we did not need septic and they do not have a dump station. This is a very well planned and managed park. The staff was very friendly, helpful and professional. Even though built on a hill, the sites are level and our pull-through site was easy to enter and exit. Even had a tree that provided some shade. Shower/bathroom facility was very clean and very well set-up.

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One of 3 campgrounds part of the Lewis & Clark Recreation Area. These campgrounds are well maintained and managed. Very large sites and many with shade. Good access to/from I-29 to the east or north to Mitchell to catch I-90. Very friendly and helpful staff.

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Overnight stop only. Easy access from/to I-90. Great location right on the Missouri River. First pull through gravel site was on slight hill with no way to get the rig leveled and had to unhook to move because trees at the end of the site were so bad. Moved us to a concrete back-in site that worked well.

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Very friendly staff and a great location. Good experience for our overnight stop, just know that many sites can be tight getting into/out of and space between sites can be very tight. If making reservations, suggest you look at Google Map and the campground map to make sure it works for you. Suggested to a supervisor the need to trim trees on the roads and sites so they don't scrape the sides and roofs of RVs with no way around. Had one right on our roof, thankfully no wind and they had no other sites.

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This is a well managed park with easy access from I-90. The park can accommodate all sizes of rigs. Great ice cream in the office/store. Some report about road noise, but it was not bad at and that is just part of some CG locations. They do need to do some upper tree trimming for branches hitting getting to/from site, but not too bad. We would stay here again.

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This is a gem of a little park close to the east entrance of Glacier. Easy to get to and felt completely safe and place nicely maintained. They had a reserved sign on our site, the site was just what we asked for. Did not use their facilities, so cannot comment on those. They can accommodate all sizes of rigs. Now, it is fairly close to the railroad track/East Glacier Amtrak station and some road noise, but did not bother us at all, just ran the AC/fan in the bedroom. Easy access to local restaurants and east side of Glacier NP.

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Great location for easy access to Glacier and towns/activities nearby. Were here over the 4th of July weekend, so jam packed. First site D6 would not work for our 34' rig with 2 slides and fortunately they had one other option D5 that worked OK for our 2 night stay. Sites D7, 6 and 5 are awkward and tight if you have a bigger rig. The office staff did well with what they had and we appreciate it. Roads are tight, but doable.

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Got their last site at the end of a hot day. Campground and facilities are very nice. Our sight was a back-in across from the shower house and very adequate for overnight, but they very nice shaded bigger sites we would reserve for next time.

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Needed an overnight space close to the interstate and gave it a try. It worked OK. Owners are very friendly and definitely trying to make it work and keep clean along with their motel. With our 34' motorhome and tow we just fit in one site, it could work for for smaller rigs if needing an overnight spot. Train track not too far away if that kind of noise is an issue, with AC going never heard them. Not much else around.

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Another great Oregon State Park. Like lots of state parks finding sites for our 34" motorhome can sometimes be a challenge, particularly heavily treed sites. With some searching found a good site and with some maneuvering around were able to get backed in and fit the tow. The 30 amp service and water worked fine. During the summer season reservations would be wise/necessary. Very nice park with lots to do and close to Florence with even more to do. Host and park rangers were excellent, including management's decision to discount the site because of 30 amp breaker problem we caused.

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Overnight stop driving up the coast. Big open blacktop lot with mostly back in sites. Pull through sites are a combination to 2 back to back pull in sites, which worked mostly OK with a little extra leveling. FHU which worked fine, but as usual wifi was hit and miss. Easy access in and out right at the port. Some permanent residence, which were mostly fine. Easy access into Crescent City.

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Based on pouring rain and just needing a place for the night at a decent rate we ended up here. If the weather was good it would have been OK, not great, but OK, but site was very wet. Too tired and wet to move on. Site on was grass and maybe gravel underneath. Pull through sites. Place has not had much invested in making it better and some older full-time places in the front. Not the worse I have stayed, but weather really made it not enjoyable.

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Unfortunately we were just in need of an overnight site in route to our workamping job in the Columbia Gorge so $45 was steep for not being able to enjoy all the park has to offer. Very well laid out roads and sites with nice amenities. Staff very helpful and friendly. Pull through site provided plenty of room for our 34' rig without unhooking the tow. Nice patio and table at each site. Good location for access to the many. wineries in the area.

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Open space with few trees and decent spacing between sites. Front section we were in the sites were mostly level. As with state parks, the roads and sites tend to be narrow, but our site was long enough for our 34' rig and space to park the tow. During the busy months advance reservations absolutely needed for sites that fit your rig and patience getting in and out. The front section only has a single dump station. Great location to base from for access up and down the coast with tons to do and see. Would stay here again.

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Another nice state park right off Hwy 101. Very nice camp sites, but like a lot of state parks finding sites for our 34' motorhome can sometimes be a challenge. But because we stopped early in the day and still not the busy season we found a good back in site with 30/50 electric and water. Easy access to Hwy 101 and into Port Orford. Some highway noise, but the logging trucks stop at night. The host were friendly.