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Well kept park right on the Spokane River - we were in space 72 - Pull Through site . . .perfect for us. Pretty good size park good gravel road, sites level. They had many pull through sites. The sites that were on the river side really didn't have a view of the river and were for motorhomes only as the hook ups require that you pull straight into them. The sewer hook ups for those was very far back (toward the road away from the river) and some people either couldn't hook it up or had to buy an extra hose. Showers/restrooms are individual rooms - very nice. They have pontoon boats for rent, and other water craft (we didn't do.) Very nice restaurant within walking distance called Cedars. They also have a clubhouse you can reserve for groups. They said they will have a large flat screen TV there next year. Wi-Fi was good and so was the cable TV.

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Very nice park - a little older than some - but very pretty with lots of flowers and lots of trees for shade. A bigger rig could have trouble with a slide out or an awning - we could not have put our awning out because of the trees but it was plenty shady enough. Easy back in site for us - they have some pull-through sites too. Kinda close to highway 93 but didn't notice too much traffic noise. Although there was a train that did make quite a bit of noise in the morning on the tracks above and nearby. Very nice management easy reservation on the phone or you can request online and wait for an answer by email. We called. Sites are level gravel with grass in between and picnic tables. Cable was good and so was the Wi-Fi although the park wasn't full so the Wi-Fi may slow down with more users. Restrooms/showers were clean and well maintained. Cute little store with some essentials and gifts. We would stay here again.

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Very clean well- kept and maintained park with good gravel sites and grass in between. Very few trees - so little shade in the front part of the park - a few trees in the back. Like other reviews I was at first taken aback by all the "rules" but when I read them they all really seemed quite reasonable and facilitate the park being in such good shape. The posting of them and how they are highlighted on the website are a bit intimidating. The restrictive hours for check-in could be a problem as in the off season you have to be here by 6:00pm. Most RV parks allow evening check-in and give instructions on how to do it but this place does not. I think it is because they want to strictly control the type and age of rigs that come in. We have no pets but can see why it might not be the best place for pets - not a lot a good places to walk them. With all that said - It is VERY, VERY noisy with the highway traffic and the trains nearby. We had to wear ear plugs to be able to sleep. I think we should have asked for a site farther away from the road but I am not sure it would make a difference as the noise traveled really far. The Wifi is very good (not many people here now) and the TV was really good. They have some sort of in-house cable/satellite setup where you hook up to their cable but you set your TV to air/antenna then auto-scan for channels. Funky but works really well. We would only stay here again if we could get farther from the road. Rate reflects Passport America Discount - likely another reason we might stay.

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This is a very nice older RV Park with lots of trees and open grassy spaces between gravel sites. It is on U.S. Hwy 2 and the sites closer to the highway may be noisier but we chose a "Creekside" site for an additional charge which was back farther from the highway and very quiet. Our site #13 was near the creek which was not very high and in the summer it could encourage bugs. Lots of open grass area behind our site. The bathroom/showers were individual rooms with each room having a toilet, sink, and pay shower. Even though it is a pay shower it appears that it is as long as you want for 50 cents. Owner is very nice and helpful and will guide you to your site and help you back in as there are a lot of trees so it would be easy to back into one if you are not aware. There were not a lot a people here so hard to tell how it would be if it were full. Wi-fi was very good - but again with more people there it might have slowed down and the cable tv was very good too. Rate is reflective of Good Sam discount plus an additional 10% for reserving online. We would stay here again.

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This is a brand new RV Park in 2015. Very level concrete sites with good grass space between sites. Even though it is technically on Highway 2 it is pretty quiet as they have a big wall between the park and the road. There is a fenced off grassy dog area, a pool and kids play areas. Wi-fi was pretty sporadic and often slow even though the park was not full. TV was good Restroom/showers are private rooms with each having a sink, toilet and shower. They were very clean and very well maintained. Staff is very friendly and helpful. They also respond to email questions quickly. Note - when making a reservation online they have you use "BookYourSite.com" and there was no mention of any extra fee to reserve online but -THERE IS a $5 fee for booking online. Negative - while it is brand new and well maintained with what appear to be appropriate rules - They do offer monthly rates and so there are a number of "permanent" residents here in older - not so well kept rigs. They need to do a better job of enforcing the rules (or modify them) about what is acceptable to have sitting around or underneath your rig. There were several that had a lot of "stuff" around like old Tv's and boxes. That's why I didn't give it a higher rating. With that said we would stay here again and hope that they can address the issues of the appearance of some of the occupant rigs and vehicles.

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We filed an official complaint with Good Sam Club about this RV Park. We made a reservation at this park for 1 night. At that time we advised that we were Good Sam Members and she said we would get the Good Sam discount when we checked in. When we checked in the receptionist asked for my credit card and charged the full rate. I asked if that was the Good Sam discount rate and she said "oh - no - you have to lead with that. You have to show me your card first thing." I asked if we could start over and she said no - what's done is done. We feel they should post that requirement in the office or on their website. Or ask us up front like all the other G.S. Parks do. Other than that - It is a beautiful park and extremely well maintained. We think that the complaints about the hookups are actually a plus for us because you get a really big site. Big enough to park our trailer and our full size Tundra next to it. The hookups are arranged so that a motor home could head in or back in to take advantage of the view. The view of the Columbia river with the big ships going by and seals bobbing up and down is unbeatable. The restrooms are good but could use an update. The rest of the staff was very friendly. We do appreciate their attention to detail as far as the requirements for the sewer hoses and staying off the grass and out of the road. It makes for a nicer stay for everyone. We might stay here again - but would like them to address the Good Sam Discount issue.

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Really nice park in small town. Neat, clean, quiet. Paved sites with grass and picnic tables. Clean Bathrooms, easy pull through sites. Very nice staff. Level sites. They even have a gym (didn't check it out since only stayed one night). No shade to speak of, maybe at some of the sites on the perimeter. Open sites for satellite. WiFi was good but there were not many people there. In fact, rows A & B of sites were "closed for the winter." Like mentioned in other reviews, "you know what" rolls downhill but many RV parks haven't figured that out. Had to prop up the sewer hose to get good drainage as it was on the high side of the site. But worked OK. Price shown is Good Sam with discount and tax. We would stay here again if passing through. Not much to do for us within a day drive. Cute little quails running all around in the morning.

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This is a Small RV Park (45 sites) behind the Gold Dust Casino - near Highway 580 - but not too bad for noise. If you are sensitive to traffic noise bring ear plugs. Check-in was a little confusing as we weren't sure where to go to check in. It turns out you should pull up to the hotel check-in area and go inside. Or if they give you a site number when you make a reservation - park and walk over to check in. Wifi and TV were good. Bathrooms were clean & required a code. The sites were a good size. We chose a back in. The pull-through sites are bigger. All sites have some grass by them and a picnic table. The sites are all paved and spaced well. We chose a site as far away from the highway as possible - just because of the possibility of traffic noise. Originally we were going to stay at the RV Park that is near Costco which was recommended by a fellow camper when we were in Bishop, CA. But our gut told us to try this smaller one at this Casino (never stayed at a casino before.) We were really glad once we saw the other place because the other one is sandwiched between 2 busy highways and the sites look really small and appear to be dirt. We would stay here at the Gold Dust again.

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Very nice park - hard packed dirt sites with concrete slabs for little patios with nice picnic tables. Staff very good, efficient, clean restrooms, Some shaded sites. Very well maintained, clean. It's right on the highway but surprisingly quiet. Some sites are bigger than others - many pull throughs. The only problem we have is that the little concrete slab could be in the way of your pull through site and it would be easy to crunch your tire on it if you don't get the angle just right. Seems like they put us in a smaller site since we are a 20' RV - we had to park the truck at an angle to stay within the site. One other issue - it was 5:30pm and we wanted to fill our 2nd propane tank. The man at the desk said "well don't you have 2 tanks?" And we said yes but one was empty and we aren't always someplace where we can get propane. He said "I don't do propane after 5pm." The lady who checked us in was very friendly but he was a bit short with us. Also I told them that the WiFi wasn't working and he said - well it is "free." She said they were working on it. Probably the only reasons I don't rate this a 10.

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Dirt Sites - full hookups, good enough for a night or two. Quiet. Very friendly staff good laundry room, clean restrooms, Would stay here again if it was the area we had to be in for traveling through California.

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It's the desert but nice enough if you want to be in the area. It is way off the highway so very quiet. The sites are sand with some bushes in between and a couple of trees here and there. The little fishing lake is cute - we didn't fish. You can occasionally get a cell phone signal (Verizon) and texting worked sporadically. They have a WiFi provider that you have to pay for, but it didn't work very well - very slow and even sporadic. It was through MoJo Hotspot. They must know that it doesn't always work because they are very quick to give you a refund - no questions asked. Restrooms are good and clean. Showers good and clean and free. Only one dump so if you are leaving when everyone else is - there will be a line. There is a large tent camping area that fills up on the weekends. There didn't seem to be anyone going around to check on things but we didn't have any problems. We were able to get a good satellite signal - it is the desert after all. If you are going to be in this area - it is the best private option. We did not check out the RV sites in Joshua Tree National Park - but that would be dry camping. Some sites have fire rings and some even have a picnic table.

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Beautiful Park. Very Big with several different levels. Some areas have a lot of long term residents but they are kept very nice. Rangers make regular rounds to ensure quiet hours and other compliance. There is even a guard at the entrance to the park 24 hours to make sure that only people staying there or visiting a specific site gain entry. All the sites are paved with grass in between and picnic tables placed between sites. The staff is very nice and very helpful. There is good cell service and Cable TV. No WiFi at the sites but in the office or laundry room it is pretty good and is free. Very nice clean restrooms and showers. Well kept grounds. We paid the premium rate to get a view and it was worth it. We were overlooking a small plane airport, valley below and Mt. Baldy in the distance. It was very quiet - you wouldn't know that you were so close to the "big city." If they had WiFi at the sites we would have given it a 10.

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This is a great place for what it is - a paved parking lot in the Mojave Desert. Given that it is in Lancaster and most people don't have any reason to come to Lancaster, it is a very good place to stay for a few nights depending on your reason for being in the area. The bathrooms are extremely clean - free showers - full hookups - very cheap rate $20 a night. It is very clean and quiet - except you can hear the freeway because in the desert sound travels a long ways. The WiFi is very good and free. The manager is very nice. If you want to pay by credit card you have to wait until she is around - but that was no big deal. Very few channels for TV on the antenna. Satellite signal very good. Very large level sites - with both pull through and back in. Any size rig could stay here.

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The only reason I wouldn't give this a 10 is because the Wi-Fi is worse this year than last year when we stayed here. It really is a joke. There is a pay Wi-Fi available that is pretty good and pretty reasonable - it is called NOW. We stayed in the "Point Sites" area in #327. It is not rated as a view site but if the rig to the water side of you is small or positioned back far enough and you pull your rig up to the front you will have a very nice view. The location is great for walking into town or on the beach. It does get quite windy here and there is no protection from it. There are no trees. The sewer hook ups are at a weird angle so they require some propping to get a flow going. The showers are 25 cents for 1.5 minutes (not the 3 minutes in the previous review.) All in all it is a great place to stay to explore the area but not really to just hang out in. The staff is very nice but I think they are training some new people because we talked to a couple who's reservation got double booked and when we checked in they applied my payment to someone who was coming into the same site the following week. They figured it out and let me know. That was OK. Again - I would recommend this park if you want to see Port Townsend and the surrounding area.

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Very nice, helpful and friendly staff. It was very full for the Octoberfest time but the day after that was done (October 21) the place cleared out and we had it all to ourselves. If you stay 6 nights the 7th night is free - at least in October. We did get some snow while we were there but it ended and every other day was bright blue skies. The sites are level and power and water were fine. The rec room was marginal and Wi-Fi only good in some areas. But it was nice and quiet - even though there is a major highway near by. It is close to Leavenworth and not that far from Wenatchee. We would stay there again.