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This is a really well managed Elks park. The members that serve as camp hosts are some of the hardest working people you'll find and the park shows the effects. Sites are very large, level and grassy. They are mowed and watered each time someone leaves and they stay green. Conveniently locate off Hwy 95 in a newer area of Coeur D Alene, there is abundant shopping available with A Fred Meyer and a Walmart as well as a mall.

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Located next to the Columbia River this park has grassy areas and picnic tables. There is swimming allowed in the river and kayaks, peddle oats and stand up boars available to rent. The sites are grassy and level but rather close together. Electric and water hookups only with no dump station in the park. The bathrooms and showers are adequate and relatively clean. Since there are quite a few tent sites, the restrooms are in heavy use. The hostess was exceptionally skilled in customer service and went out of her way to be helpful. The available WiFi could be used near the office only, but there is a table set and some chairs nearby that you can use while online.

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The best thing about this park is its location. It is next to a creek and a short walk to historic downtown Wallace. There are clean and modern restrooms and showers. The spaces are rather close together. WiFi is available at the restaurant next door and since it is owned by the same people, you are welcome to sit in the restaurant's patio area to use it.

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This is an older park past its prime. Some of the sites have 30 amp some only offer 15 amp. There are no longer sewer dumps provided and the dump station is shut down. The bathrooms are in good repair and clean. The laundry area is clean but the machines are old and only about half work. Even so, the grassy camping areas are beautiful and kept well groomed. There are many shade trees and picnic tables and the park is inviting and pleasantly restful. The views of Lake Spokane, particularly at sunset are breathtaking.

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This park is part of a city park in Soap Lake, Washington. While the RV park is gravel and asphalt, the adjacent park is grassy with shade trees, picnic tables and a run down skate park. The showers and restrooms are dated, but clean and serviceable. The main attraction is the lake itself and the rv park sits at waters edge.

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This is an older park with outdated facilities. The restrooms and showers are clean and usable. Free cable TV and wifi are excellent. The park has 3 levels. The first level seems to be long termers and tent sites. It has the most spaces and is where the restrooms are located. The second level seems to be mostly long term residents. The third and highest level has about 10 spaces and they are all short term travelers. They are all pull through and could accommodate big rigs. Spaces are close together and are gravel. The park is surrounded by desert. It is the closest park to the dam. The owner was extremely helpful and gave tips on what to do in the area.

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Well maintained, clean, park with modern facilities. Wifi was spotty and better late at night or early morning. Grassy, level spacious sites. Clean and modern restrooms, showers and laundromat. Showers are a little pricey at $2 for 4 minutes and only sold in 4 minute increments. Helpful and friendly staff. Construction of new building to house more bathrooms and showers is taking place and needed as currently there are only two showers and two toilets. RV Park is just above town of Winthrop and just across the street Shafer Museum which is large and informative.

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An older park in a quiet country setting. The sites are a spacious combination of grass and gravel. They have both sunny and shady spaces. The building containing the showers, bathrooms and laundry is dated, but clean and serviceable. We parked fairly close to the building and the wifi was very good there. The park is just across the road from the Skagit River and is very near the eastern entrance to the Northern Cascades N.P. We were looking for a clean, affordable place to use as a base for a couple of days while toured the park. This place was perfect. Not a resort, but a very pleasant place in very special surroundings.

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Park is well maintained and modern, just across the border from the U.S. The park has an indoor pool, hot tub and sauna as well as a pool table and TV in the comfortably furnished lounge area with an outdoor fire ring/ sitting area. Sites are level with picnic tables but are not spacious. There are many permanent residents but the units are well maintained and there is no clutter. Dogs are allowed and abundant but must be walked off site.

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Nicely landscaped, professionally managed park with friendly and helpful staff. The rate is for a month's stay. Large enclosed dog run and a beautiful pond surrounded by trees with comfortable sitting and a deck with a table and chairs. There are long term RVs mixed with travelers who stay just a night or two. All the long termers are well kept and there is no clutter. It appears that many of the long termers work in the surrounding area and every person we had contact with was friendly. The showers and restrooms were clean and well maintained as was the laundry area. We camped in a truck camper and we had enough room, however it was a little cramped since we had one of the smaller spaces in the park. There were large class As and 5th wheels with slides in larger spaces, but those likewise were a little cramped. We used this park as a base to see the Seattle and Olympic peninsula. The weather in Sequim is much dryer than the rest of the Pacific Northwest with mostly sunny days and very little rain. It was perfect for us and we will stay here again if we return.

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Very clean, modern, small park. Casino itself is surrounded by trees and this park is adjacent to it so there is a lot of traffic in the area at all hours, plus it is at a junction of Hwy 101 and state route 8 with accompanying noise. Each site is level concrete and is surrounded by well kept grass. Showers and bathrooms are very clean, modern and climate controlled which is nice for those cold early morning trips. Access to a beautiful indoor pool, hot tub and workout room is included as are the common areas of the resort which has fireplaces and comfortable furniture which is perfect for reading, relaxing or surfing the Internet on a tablet. Cable TV is excellent and wifi is free but service is spotty. Many of the sites will only accommodate 25 foot units and the pull throughs are fairly close together. We have a truck camper and a CRV and barely had enough room for both. There were larger Fivers and motor homes parked but those spaces go first and have limited availability. We would definitely stay again.

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A really nice park in a countryside setting. The owners and their hosts are exceptionally friendly and helpful. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with wide paved roads throughout and extremely wide spaces. Intermittent trees line their streets. The clubhouse area has a library, sitting area, tv, and kitchen. Two relatively large grassy areas with picnic tables, benches, fire ring and flowers close to the clubhouse invite one to sit and relax. Pots with flowers are hung from the eaves of the building which contains the laundry room, bathrooms and showers which are sparkling. There,are some long term residents in the park, but the units are well maintained and without clutter. The long termers seem to be segregated from the travelers. The spaces are gravel, level and each has a picnic table. Just outside the park is a very large grassy meadow which is perfect for taking the pooch for a walk. The cable tv offers most of the popular channels, such as ESPN, TNT, NBC,CBS, FOX,ABC and many more and the reception is good. They offer wi fi. but I couldn't get it to work and I did not mention the problem to the hosts, so it may have been temporary and may have better service at the clubhouse. Didn't matter as we used cellular Internet. We would definitely stay here again.

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The review here is mixed because of the condition of the units that are permanent residents. The staff is very helpful and friendly and they keep the facilities in good shape. The restrooms were immaculate. There are nice grassy sites available and, for the most part, are segregated from the permanent residents. Unfortunately we were put between broken down units with a broken down unit behind us. The cable is as good as it gets and the WiFi is more than adequate. We stayed four nights and spent little time at the park because of all the things to do and see in the surrounding area. We stayed two nights on Passport America and paid full rate for the other two. Averaged 25 per night.

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Campground nice enough for the area. Not many choices in Portland but this one serves the purpose for a couple of nights. All sites were level concrete surrounded by grass. Has an area that has a lot of permanent to semi-permanent residents, but the area we were in, was all short term. Easy access from I-5. Located in flight path of Portland airport, and, not sure why, but the noise is mainly evenings and early morning, but it can be deafening at times. Wi-Fi is very good and cable service through XFInity is good, but TV is almost useless in the evening due to the aircraft noise. Get the cable box from office. The woman in the office is very efficient and helpful. There is a seasonal swimming pool. The bathrooms and showers are very clean and the whole park is well maintained. We parked in a truck camper so we had plenty of room. There were class A motorhomes and they were parked rear to rear. Plenty of space for slideouts awnings. The freeway (I-5) is very congested and since you are on a small island is the only way to get into Portland. It is particularly congested during rush hour.

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We stumbled upon this place. Level sites with electric and water. Located adjacent to the motel. Rate is $17.00 per night, but for an extra $5 you have the use of the indoor pool, sauna, and hot tub as well as a hot breakfast. Grass and picnic table at each site.