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This was one of many stays at this park for us. The pull thru sites are just too short for us to stay connected (65' 3") Other than that, spaces are well kept and clean. Utilities are set up towards the back of the pull thru so keep that in mind when parking. Casino, movie theater, and several restaurants are available via shuttle, walk, or drive. Check in is good when you've been before and have called ahead. This park fills to capacity often! We try to call 2-3 days ahead and haven't been disappointed. There is dry camping space out front if you can't get a spot for some reason. Also be aware of Rodeo time and don't even think of staying here that week. (Pendleton Rodeo) Reservations for that week open on a date in January at MIDNIGHT. 0800 the next morning is too late to get a space.... hint..hint.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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Campground is next to river. During our stay the river was in flood stage and many of the sites were closed due to standing water. We were accommodated in a very adequate pull thru. Check in personnel were great offering any information that would help a visitor. Park is next to highway but we were not bothered by traffic noise. PLEASE if you visit, pull in and park "Over Yonder" like the multiple signs ask. When you park right in front of the office, others have difficulty getting off the road!

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This is a relatively new park with pull thru and back in spaces as well as over 60 pre-fab "rooms" that look like construction crew quarters. Our pull thru was paved it looks like the back in sites are all gravel. Roadways are plenty wide. Many young trees are planted in between sites, 3 per. These will provide shade some day but are minimal shade now. My only gripe is minor, in that they had many pull thru sites empty yet they put each new arrival right beside the previous. Please put the rigs in every other space when the park is empty.

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Convenient for overnight when passing thru. Dirt lot with half a dozen pull thru's, our 65' combination fit. Also 10 or so back in sites. All dirt lot, some of the sewer dumps have been broken off and replaced with pipes over a foot off the ground, your tanks may not drain completely. There is a drive thru dump to use though if your space won't work for your rig. Check in took a little extra time as the computer backup is scheduled for 2:00 in the afternoon. Seemed to be odd scheduling to me. We've stayed several times and will come again when in this area.

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Our experience with KOA had been cramped busy campgrounds. This is an exception. This is a wide open area, some distance from town, with a small lake, nice dog area, laundry etc. Staff was careful to space the campers around the park to avoid anyone having neighbors too close. Very nice place to camp. Good Dish, excellent Verizon 4G 5 bars. 1880's Town (amusement/history park) is just down the street and if you're going there this is a great place to stay.

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A very large campground to handle the demand during the Motorcycle Festival, but very comfortable when the bikes aren't in town. Convenient to the freeway but we heard no freeway noise. Our pullthru space was very long with adequate space to park the toad. There are some long term renters but their spaces were neat and clean, no problems at all. The office is staffed until noon only this time of year. The lady was driving out when we drove in just after 12:00 and came back to check us in. Very good service from her. The park is a convenient distance for day trips to Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse monument and Deadwood. If I was coming thru here again, this is where I'd stay.

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An adequate campground. Older mature treed section in front and a newer open section in back. Roadways are narrow because of the trees but we drove our 65' overall length thru without incident. Park closes in winter. We had a tour group at the park when we were there, so many spaces were full. We use a fixed mount satellite for Dish TV so we requested to stay in the back for a view of the sky. Dish and Verizon reception was good. The water spigot attached to the power pedestal is for irrigation water. The stand alone spigot 20' away from the other utilities, and painted red is the potable water. In their defense, the irrigation spigot has no handle, only a screwdriver slot and no pressure. But the lone worker at the park was peeved when I called to get the lowdown on the water. In my way of thinking a red painted pipe and spigot means danger, not, drink this. Your view may be different. Town is a short drive away. They have a great sporting goods store in town, just like you'd find 50 years ago. Well worth the trip to town. An adequate park to overnight, but not a vacation destination.

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An adequate campground. Older mature treed section in front and a newer open section in back. Roadways are narrow because of the trees but we drove our 65' overall length thru without incident. Park closes in winter. We had a tour group at the park when we were there, so many spaces were full. We use a fixed mount satellite for Dish TV so we requested to stay in the back for a view of the sky. Dish and Verizon reception was good. The water spigot attached to the power pedestal is for irrigation water. The stand alone spigot 20' away from the other utilities, and painted red is the potable water. In their defense, the irrigation spigot has no handle, only a screwdriver slot and no pressure. But the lone worker at the park was peeved when I called to get the lowdown on the water. In my way of thinking a red painted pipe and spigot means danger, not, drink this. Your view may be different. Town is a short drive away. They have a great sporting goods store in town, just like you'd find 50 years ago. Well worth the trip to town. An adequate park to overnight, but not a vacation destination.

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This is an older park with additional areas added on. Wonderful people in the office, you'll think they are your grandparents. (and I've been retired 6 years) Many mature trees are in the original part of the RV Park. We were assigned to a space with 2 large trees making the satellite antenna useless after specifically asking for a space with satellite access. The CB antenna scraped on the branches backing in and the branches hung over to the far side of the RV when parked. Our site was on the main path to the restrooms and office so walk by traffic was almost continual. Cable TV is provided. In our space, the utilities were on the other side of the large trees. 40' of water hose and 30' of sewer hose to reach. Our 40' electric cable had one wrap on the reel left. We weren't a very good fit for this space, but the office staff debated and agreed it was the best of what they had available. There were 2 tour groups staying the same night we were so I presume we were lucky to get any space. Verizon phone service was good. Cable TV was a change from the satellite we are used to, but we managed for a night. Many restaurants are nearby and other shopping is close. Staff is very good at giving directions and recommendations. We would stay here again, but make a reservation farther in advance to insure a better spot.

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This park is behind the IMAX theater, go just past the theater and take that entrance. The driveway before the theater allows no access to RV Park. Check-in booth opens right at check in time and appears un-staffed prior or after check-in times. Park was at capacity on Sept 19 turning people away. Reservations definitely recommended. Park is on level ground, gravel roadways and parking areas. Spaces are very adequate width with plank patios and picnic tables. Beware the big rock guarding the patio area in each space, it would be easy to hit if your attention wanders. Garbage dumpster is bear proof, the door is HEAVY, be very careful. There is a sign on it, but IMHO the sign is inadequate for the potential danger. RV park is walking distance to downtown shopping area with many souvenir shops and restaurants. Discount to IMAX with RV park receipt. Yellowstone park East Entrance is just around the corner.

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This park is behind the IMAX theater, go just past the theater and take that entrance. The driveway before the theater allows no access to RV Park. Check-in booth opens right at check in time and appears un-staffed prior or after check-in times. Park was at capacity on Sept 19 turning people away. Reservations definitely recommended. Park is on level ground, gravel roadways and parking areas. Spaces are very adequate width with plank patios and picnic tables. Beware the big rock guarding the patio area in each space, it would be easy to hit if your attention wanders. Garbage dumpster is bear proof, the door is HEAVY, be very careful. There is a sign on it, but IMHO the sign is inadequate for the potential danger. RV park is walking distance to downtown shopping area with many souvenir shops and restaurants. Discount to IMAX with RV park receipt. Yellowstone park East Entrance is just around the corner.

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This park is an older park with some modernization. Signage from the road is poor. Entrance from narrow 2 lane road into narrow driveway could be tricky for large rigs with tows, pay attention to your mirrors. We were able to navigate without unhooking or backing, but careful planning was required (43' MH with full size PU toad) Pull thru site not long enough to leave toad connected without crowding roadways. We disconnected and parked the PU sideways in front of MH. Utilities were easy to hookup to. Dish and Verizon had good signals. Nightly fee includes access to hot springs next door, but good luck finding the right path to get there. Signage again is a problem.

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Park was busy with snowbirds coming and going during our visit. While the park is big rig friendly we were not able to park our MH and pickup (65') in the pull thru space without hanging into the driving area. The roadway is wide enough that we could have hung over without blocking traffic, but would have impeded someone pulling into a space across the roadway. Not a problem for us to unhook and park sideways in front of the rig, but something to be aware of. Sewer hookup was at the very far back end of space which could be a problem if you don't have enough hose. Verizon and Dish worked well.

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RV parking is in a large grassy lot behind the Club, with long (120' or so) angled gravel lanes for parking. Try to enter RV area to drive around the loop clockwise to make it easier to get into a parking lane. When busy they will double park rigs back end to back end. This hasn't happened when we were there. Good Dish and Verizon signals. Camp host is available sometimes, other times no host is on site. Good RV fueling station 1 block west on the corner. It has a truck/RV island on the east side. Fast diesel pump (large nozzle) and price was low when we were there. This is a regular stop for us, we'll always come back.

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RV parking in gravel parking lot. Fairly level back in spaces. Some noise from the O'Reilly's parts house next door during the day and about midnight when their freight comes in. Fast food and other shopping across the road and beside. Elks members are friendly as always. This is a regular stop for us, we always come back.