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We stayed here during a three day rainstorm. The drainage is terrible and most of the park resembled a mud puddle. The asphalt pad was broken, uneven, sinking and falling apart. When we arrived at 1:30pm no one was in the check in building so we just went to the site we reserved. Twice my wife tried to flag down the women in the "park ranger" truck and the lady gave her some kind of hand signal while she drove by on her cell phone.

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This park is just about perfect. Clean, indoor pool, spotless bathrooms and reasonable laundry. The pet run is disgusting and awful! Had to walk through mud to get into it then it was nothing but oversized bark-dust exposing the ground cover netting. They could do so much better and until they do, I will return and keep leaving a 7 or less. And Yes, we'll return.

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This park is just about perfect. Clean, indoor pool, spotless bathrooms and reasonable laundry. The pet run is disgusting and awful! Had to walk through mud to get into it then it was nothing but oversized bark-dust exposing the ground cover netting. They could do so much better and until they do, I will return and keep leaving a 7 or less. And Yes, we'll return.

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We stayed here 2 nights while I had an additional fuel tank installed in my truck. The fellow at the front desk was extremely rude and grumpy, being sure to tell everyone not to lay a rug, pillow or anything down on the 18 inch section of grass. This place has no dog run. The sites are way too tight. We were in site #5 and would not return.

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Very tight, very level concrete pad. Our site was so tight we couldn't extend our awning due to it hitting a small tree. The place seem very clean. The pet area is huge and this year it even has grass instead of just dirt due to all the recent rain. We go here for the location and ease from the freeway. We were in E25.

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The ONLY place to stay in this park is on Level 5, maybe Level 4, but 5 is the best for this place. Our rate was a weekly rate divided by 7 and they threw in four b-fast buffets. The lower levels aren't fit to stay in and are not quite as good as a Walmart parking lot. Many of them are gravel. Level 4 seems to have a few picnic tables with none to be found anywhere else. We stayed next to the restroom on the 5th level and it was loaded with dog poop since it seems to be the only place with a spec of green grass, and since there seems to be no dog runs. Our sewer connection is higher than our vehicle which makes it a lot more work to dump. With a modest investment and much better management this has the potential to be a great place, and maybe it was 20 or 30 years ago. We only stayed here 4 days but still saved money with their weekly rate, and it was their idea! Not sure if I would stay here again, maybe, but ONLY if I was on Level 5.

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We have been coming here for three years and the place is going downhill more each year. There are many activities, a Woodworking shop, Lapidary, Ham Radio, Pottery, Pool and Billard Tables, Cards, weekly Bingo and other games Bridge, Texas Hold 'em, Cardo etc. They have Bocci & Pickle ball and one pool 2 hot tubs. They have 2 dog areas one is complete the other one was fenced in December and forgot about by the park since then with no safe agility training in working order. Now for the negatives. The pool seems to break down each year, this year it happened twice for a total of about 20 days out of service. The power rates are in addition to your monthly rate and are exorbitant including a ridiculous fee of $10 pr site each month to read the meter. The garbage cans are overfilled each week with mountains of trash piled around the dumpsters at least twice a week. Until this year you could always reserve the following year at the same rate you pay this year, if you stay three months and leave a deposit of one month for the following year. No more, now they will charge you whatever rate they dream up for next year. Last year their were 2 rate increases for those who own park models here. As the rates continue to rise, the park owner continues to cut back staff and hours. There is no snack shop, store or restaurant here. Food trucks come in about once a week. The first time we stayed here we gave it 10's, since then the overall rates go down each year. Even though we have reservations for next year, we may not return until the Cheap Skate Owner dies or retires, haven't made up our minds yet.

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We stopped here for on night. Told them we had pets but were parked on "Overnight Row" nearly a mile from the dog park area. The dog park was exceptional. Everything else here seems to be on the very soon side. Little things like a swimming pool, restrooms and showers. I went to the front office to see if they had coffee going in the morning, but they keep bankers hours and don't open until 9am. This is an OK place in the middle of no where, I may check out a different one next time.

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This park was the worst one we stayed at this fall. The spots were tight and the people at the front desk were useless, inept and at times bordered on rude. We stayed here over a week due to a breakdown but the park would not give us the weekly rate, because we didn't ask for it when we made the reservation. When we called to make the reservation the fellow said we wouldn't need one since they had lots of room. When we arrived that same night we found the park nearly full. The dog parks were not clean. If you use the largest one located outside the front gate, your pet will definitely need an immediate bath, that's how dusty and dirty it is. Our rate averaged an outrageous $66 per night with our discount. For some reason our spot was considered a "premium" spot and the rate fluctuates up and down for the weekend. The pull through spot was tight even for my little 30' 5th wheel. Definitely had to unhook and park my truck nearly sideways across the back to make it fit. The only bright spot in this place was the little cafe that is open a few hours each day and that's it! We would park on the street before we'll ever come back here.

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Very nice remote park on the shore of Eagle lake. I paid $10 per night including electricity with my disabled pass (1/2 price). Had no reservation and the park was sparsely populated. They also sell firewood.

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We had a nice stay here and would stay again. We stayed here because of the reviews we read. The train noise was maybe twice a day and was insignificant. There is some room for improvement with dog runs etc. and the rate. Next time we will stay longer.

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We found this little jewel on the southeast side of Mt. St. Helens about 24 miles north of Carson, Washington. The campsite we had (#25) was perfect right next to the Wind River. We stayed here for four days over a completely full weekend and couldn't ask for a better experience. I have stayed in a lot of National Campgrounds and rarely even bother to rate them, but this place was the cleanest best kept we have ever seen. The pit toilets were always full of paper and hand sanitizer and they even went so far as blowing pine needles off the road. The campsites have a sand tent site as well as a paved back in where we were. Water is by way of an old hand pump well but it tastes very good. There is no phone signals for miles from here. I rate this an 8 because I could never give a higher rating to a place with no hook-ups. But as far as boon docking, you won't do better than this place. The hosts were very friendly (locals) and knowledgeable about the local area and hiking trails including several of the nearby waterfalls. The fee is half price if you have the Golden Age pass.

     

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Burro Creek (BLM)

Wikieup, Arizona

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We stayed here one night while passing through. The scenery was great and we spotted two bald eagles across from our site. Lots of trails in the area and potable water is available. Great star gazing opportunities.

     

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Davis Camp Park

Bullhead City, Arizona

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We really liked this park. We parked next to the Colorado River, and unlike earlier reviews we heard NO traffic noise and witnessed no annoying military exercises of any kind. We marked bad on cleanliness because there was quite a bit of dog feces at our site. This is a county run park, our site had no BBQ but did have a fire ring of sorts. We stayed on the primitive side so we could be closest to the river and had no regrets. We would definitely stay here again.

     

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Durango RV Resort

Red Bluff, California

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This was a very nice park but did fall short in a couple of areas. To get a 10 from me a private shower is a must, this place has shower stalls in the bathroom that were clean, but not private like some of the best parks we've rated. Secondly, the brochure shows ping pong as an amenity. We were able to get a new un-cracked ball at the counter but the paddles were torn up and should be thrown in the trash. The table could also use some attention. For the money spent here, they should strive for excellence. The internet was excellent; the sites have hookups on either side to enable you to pull or back in. Curbside trash service and propane pickup and filling is available. Fires are lit until 10pm and are cozy. They advertised coffee available until 10pm in the rec area but when we went back later in the evening (7pm) the coffee was all put away. The park sits on the Sacramento River but is fenced with a locked gate in back. To access the river you have to walk around the outside of the park. Because of the proximity to I-5 I suggest getting a site on the west side of the park. There was some train whistles now and then but not bad. This park is conveniently located next to a Sharis restaurant and a grocery store as well as other places within easy walking distance. We would return here and hope they pay a little more attention to detail so we could give a 9. No discounts are available if you reside in a riverside site.