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***Call the park for directions!!!! Google Maps will take you to the wrong way. The manager told us that somehow Google Maps moved them on their maps over ½ mile away on a road that will not take you to the park. Once here - the park is great. It is a little close to 101 but it was not a problem - It was pretty quiet. The park is very clean with concrete pads and grass between. They do have a lot of rules - but that helps keep the park nice - like they don't want you to store things under or around your RV and your hoses and cords need to be on the concrete. The pads are a little narrow so you need to position yourself close to one side so you can step out onto the concrete. There are a few "long term" RVs but they keep things pretty neat. The WiFi is REALLY GOOD. Verizon signal is strong. Their cable TV has many, many channels and comes in digital really well. We saw several satellite dishes out so that is probably good too since there aren't really any trees to block it. The management is nice and helpful. Ask them for a list of things to do in the area - they have a long list of great ideas.

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The rate is Passport America: Cute small park currently undergoing some renovations due to some flooding in the area - It has been an extremely wet spring here in northern California. So there were no bathrooms or showers available. They did offer an outhouse if needed. The only area open to RV's was the "Mesa" area - so upper level where it hadn't flooded. There are only about 20 sites up here and about 8 are taken by full timers. You couldn't ask for nicer or more helpful management and ownership. The "helper" guy was available when we arrived with reservations and in contact with the owner to guide us to our site - which we could pick from available sites. The owner stopped by as we were headed to our sites to introduce himself and tell us about the area. Later the Manager stopped by to introduce himself and make sure we were happy with everything. They told us about some local sites to see - a loop drive nearby that provided some spectacular views of the coast and the old Army Radar Station on the coast here. The park is above the Klamath River - no access to the river that we could see - maybe in the lower section which looks like it is more for tent camping. The sites are fairly level, the power is good and the cable is just OK but we were able to get a Direct TV satellite signal easily. The Wifi was very slow and sporadic. Mostly I used my Verizon 4G which was good. The water faucet is so low that it was difficult to get my pressure reducer and hose hooked up without kinking my hose or having it dip into the mud. There are some good sites to see in the area so this is a good stop for a couple or 3 nights. In the summer they have a Bar B Que on Saturday evenings that the locals say is fabulous. We are here too early for that. We would stop and stay here again if in the area.

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Small Park - about 50 sites. Lots of trees right by the Rougue River. The shade would be nice on a warm sunny day but on a regular spring day in Oregon it makes it kinda dark and dreary. Some sites are quite long - the rest are average 99% are paved. All sites are back in. We arrived on Easter Sunday so the managers/owners were not there but they left us the site map and pertinent information so it was fine. The wifi is poor at best. There were 4 different servers to choose from but none of them were very good and it often took several tries to get connected. Other than the wifi - it is a fine place for a night or two. Verizon signal is very good so I was able to use my 4g. TV is fine. There are interesting wood carvings around the park. The owners appear to be doing a lot to make this a nice place to stay - new plantings and some new concrete being poured. There is no specific dog run but people seem to be good about picking up after their pets. We would stop here again for a night or two. Bathrooms are nice & clean.

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This is a small older park that could use some updating with some permanent residents. The management is great - very helpful and personable. They are definitely in the right business - dealing with people with a smile and congenial attitude. Sites are quite level gravel with grass in between and some have fire rings. All utilities worked well. Some of them are double sites that one rv would be parked behind the other or back to back but then the utilities would be on the wrong side. Cable is excellent digital and wifi is good but only allows 1 device logged on at a time as it goes by site number. I think this system makes it so no one hogs all the bandwidth but it would be nice to have the option to pay for additional devices. They kindly changed our site when I asked if there was a site that was more open with less trees to get satellite - although we didn't need it because the cable was so good. Our Verizon cell service and 4G worked great too. Restrooms were clean but the key pad didn't always work so the manager had to "jimmy" it with a butter knife. It is close to the freeway (I-90) so there is a lot of traffic noise. There was a street light right by our trailer that was so bright it was like daylight. We had to tape cardboard over our skylight and vent in our bathroom to make it dark enough to sleep. A nearby pizza place delivers pretty good pizza for a $2 delivery price. Not sure we would stay here again because of the freeway noise and the overhead light. But I repeat - the management is great - they just need to do a little updating on the facility - not much they can do about the freeway.

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This is a very very small RV park combined with cabins. It is not fancy but it is very nice and well-maintained. There are about 6 sites and then an area where I think they might let people dry camp. They have full hook ups, the wifi is good for 1 maybe 2 devices, the cable tv is good too - ananlog not digital. All the hook-up sites are back in but plenty big enough and easy to manage. The utilities are fine except the sewer hook up is kinda raised so it was difficult for us to get drainage. The managers (owners?) are great, friendly, and helpful. The restrooms are individual shower/toilet/sink. They are older but well-kept, neat, and clean. They supply bath mats. There are only two but that should be sufficient even if the park is full (6 RV's.) Darby is a very cute sort of western town within walking distance. We would stay here again. The only reasons I wouldn't give this a 10 is because it is so small and the raised sewer connection.

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This is a good sized park with very large sites - extra long because it used to be a mobile home park. I don't know why all the big trees were cut down at some point but they have planted new ones - yet it will be a while before there is any shade at all. But this makes the satellite signal easy to get. The wifi is excellent and our Verizon 4G was strong as well. The wifi might diminish if there were more people here - there were only 3 other rigs here when we were here. The management is very nice - I think they are trying to rebuild this RV Park and appreciate the business. Our rate ($19) was Passport America - but I think they take all the other ones too. All utilities were fine and the restrooms were small but clean. Again - if they ever fill this place up I would be a worried about availability of the restroom. They have a lot more sites than that facility can support. We would stay here again if in this area. Would be nice to have a picnic table at our site.

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Nice clean park with a few long-term residents next to a mobile home community. No discounts. No place to park to check-in - pull off to the side or use the pullout across the street. Office is extremely small. Staff was very nice but very focused on the "rules" Sites are paved with grass on the side and fairly level. Utilities were all fine and we were able to get a good satellite signal. Wifi was Excellent as was the cell phone (Verizon 4G) Very nice walking/biking paved rail-trail nearby. It is pretty close to Highway 75 but it seems the traffic noise died down around dusk. Would stay here again if passing through or sightseeing the Sawtooth National Forest.

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Nice enough small park, gravel sites and roads with some grass in between. They were a good size but we could not put our awning out due to a nearby tree where we had to hook up to reach the utilities. Management nice and helpful. Restrooms very clean, didn't use showers. The cable TV was pretty good and we were able to get satellite just fine. Some shade and a picnic table. Problem - too close to the railroad tracks and the trains blow their horns loudly at any time of night and day. We would stay here again but only for a one night stop over and would use ear plugs.

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Small Park in a very small town. Gravel all around fairly level. All sites are long as they combine two sites that were from the original park for very small RV's and made them into one. Staff is very helpful and nice. There is a bar and motel associated with the RV park. The owners even offered to let us watch TV in one of the motel rooms if our satellite didn't work well enough. All utilities were fine and the wifi was pretty good. Verizon phone service was strong 3G. There is some shade but also open enough to get a good satellite signal. This park is right by the entrance to Great Basin National Park which is probably the only reason this town of 68 people exists. One of the 2 visitor centers for the National Park is within walking distance. In the little town there are 3 bars, 2 restaurants, a self serve gas station, an espresso stand and a grocery store with very limited stock. A good place for a 2 night stay to see Great Basin National Park. Next closest town (Ely) is over 60 miles to the north.

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Nice small park - well-kept, gravel sites fairly level, easy access, the restrooms are very quaint and clean. Wifi is at the office/lounge only - but we were parked in site #3 and were able to get it just fine in our trailer and it was pretty fast. The check-in was easy - the staff friendly and helpful. Cute thing: they have chickens running around and even a peacock and a gigantic turkey. They have some pet pigmy goats in a coral and a small aviary. The utilities worked fine. We would stay here again as a stop-over - not much for us to do here. The park is near Highway 50 but the traffic dies down and is quiet at night. Verizon cell phone service was very good and easy to get a satellite signal. Gas and groceries just about a mile into town.

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This is a very, very nice park - immaculate. Concrete pads, grass in between sites. They are good size with ample room for towed vehicle (or towing vehicle.) Wifi is excellent and the cable is good. There are actually many more channels (digital) than the ones they list on the park info. The staff is very helpful and friendly. They escort you to your site. Showers are individual restrooms and are very clean and free to shower. They even provide bath mats. The freeway is not far away but the noise is negligible. Recommend making a reservation as they were turning people away when we arrived because they were full - and this was on a Wednesday evening in mid-September. We were here for only one night so don't know what the attraction is to this area. The town is fairly small - 13,000 or so but we didn't really get into town. We would stay here again. One of the nicest parks we have ever been in for a very reasonable price. We have stayed at places half as nice for more money. I cannot recommend this park highly enough. Is there an 11 on the scale?

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Bare bones - grass and gravel sites. Staff is nice. Only one restroom was available when we stayed here. It is a shower/restroom/sink combo. Wifi was bad - couldn't even connect unless I was by the office. They had only one restroom available the night we were there. They said they were renovating the other one. This could be a problem if there were any more than the 5 people staying there the night we were. No cable but if you get an open space satellite is just fine. Not much for the price but not much else in this area - should be about $25 but not a lot of choices in this area. We would not stay here again unless it worked out because of the mileage. Freeway is not far away but didn't seem very noisy. The picnic table at our site was falling apart.

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Contrary to other reviews they do have cable and all of their sites are full hook up except for what they call "overflow." Nice smaller out of the way park away from the hub-bub of Moab and away from the main road. Roads and sites are gravel some have grass in between. Great view of the surrounding red rocks. Bathrooms are older and could use an update but are clean and well kept. Owners/managers are very nice, friendly and accommodating. Recommend reservations - they were full in September and had to turn some folks away but they did their best to try to find a place to fit them in overflow but their rig was too big and they really needed hook ups. Cable was good. Wifi was very good. Back-in sites are good sized and easy to get into.

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Very nice, large, quiet, clean well-kept park with a good amount of space between sites. Grass (prickly) between sites. Sites are gravel. You may hear the occasional train. There is a hot spring "canal" that puts off a slight sulfur odor if you are close to it. Staff is very friendly and helpful. The Wi-Fi is Excellent!!! And since there are no trees (ergo no shade) the satellite reception is excellent for Direct TV. Be sure to tell them when you register or at least when you check in that you want to use your satellite so they put you farther out and not close to the hill right behind the resort which would block your line to the satellites. It is 5 miles off of I-82 so no freeway noise - Pay attention to their directions and take exit 265 not 268 as Google or GPS might tell you - that would put you on a gravel road for 2 miles. As it is there is about ½ mile of gravel to the park but not bad. Restrooms are older and could use an update but they were clean enough. We would stay here again - longer if we were going to explore this very interesting and unique area.

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Very nice, well-kept park with level concrete pad with grass in between sites - some sites are gravel. No shade trees except some on the perimeter. Utilities all work well - cable is good - wifi very hard to connect to - wasn't really able to use. Key cards for the restrooms don't always work - be sure to get at least 2 just in case. The restrooms are very nice and clean - individual restrooms include shower, sink, toilet. Showers are .25 for 5 minutes - plenty long enough. While it is actually close to the freeway (I-82) you really don't hear it as there are buildings and trees as a buffer. The management is very nice and very helpful. We just stayed one night but would be comfortable to stay longer if we were sight-seeing in the area (wine country.)