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As expected when camping in one of the largest metro areas, this park is mostly concrete with small patches of grass between the slabs. Unfortunately, though they gave us one of their larger sites, it was tight for our 33' motor home due to a tree and the requirement that our towed car fit as well. Electric hookup was convenient, but we didn't use water or sewer. The free WiFI worked well. Bathrooms were clean and large with plenty of hooks and lots of hot water — a nice plus since we were holed-up here due to cold, icy weather. Laundry facility looked large and clean, though we didn't use it. The price seemed a good value for the location.

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This RV park gets all the basics right with good driveways; spacious, level sites; convenient hookups; and wonderfully large, clean bathrooms with plenty of hooks and counter-top space; free WiFi (though not especially fast). Bravo for an integrated center with workout room, laundry and game room. This would easily be an 8-rated facility if it were next to a pretty national park! We stayed only one night on our way through and had no problems, but we did wonder if ever there are lines with only 2 bathrooms available. Price is on the high end for this level of amenities, but seems demand is up with the oil boom in the area.

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This is a family mecca with pool, ponds, and games galore for the kids. Our pull-thru site was level and long, and there are grass strips between the gravel sites. Water and electric hookups were convenient. Bathrooms were clean and modern, but showers cost extra. We were able to receive Wi-Fi at our site near the office, but it was rather weak, so we just used our Verizon modem which received a strong signal. Overall, we felt the price was just a bit steep for what we got here, but it was a pleasant place to stop for a night along the way.

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Camping in a grove of mature oak trees with lush grass all around was very refreshing! The campground owners were very personable and helpful, and escorted us out to the site across their farm. The gravel road was easily navigated, and the gravel sites were large enough but quite un-level. Water and electrical hookups were convenient, but there was no sewer, nor was there Wi-Fi or laundry. The bathroom was spacious and clean. As much as we enjoyed our stay here, we did think the price was a bit steep.

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This immaculate park offers quiet sites overlooking the river, and ours was wonderfully shaded by large trees. The park and sites are paved and reasonably level, and the back-in sites are plenty spacious for big rigs with tows. Electrical hookup was convenient. There was no water or sewer, but a clean and convenient dump station is located just outside the park. The bathrooms were modern, clean, spacious and convenient. At such a low price this is one of the best values we've encountered.

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Though convenient to the highway, this park was not particularly noisy. It was level and smooth with grass and trees around the sites. Electrical, water, and sewer hookups were convenient. Bathrooms were clean and modern. This park was a good value with our Passport America discount.

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The surrounding mountains make a beautiful setting for a campground that has relatively short, narrow, pull-through sites. There are no hookups, no WiFi, and no laundry. The bathroom were nice and clean and modern with spacious showers.

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Pretty mountains all around and the nearby lake and town make this a lovely location. The campground is well laid out with nice green grass between sites, though no trees, shade, nor privacy. The water, electrical, and sewer hookups worked well, but they were a bit inconveniently placed at the center of the long site, with the sewer underneath the RV. There is no WiFi nor laundry. We found this to be a lovely spot for a few days in the mountains.

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A very professionally run park with nice paved roads and level sites that is unfortunately located close to a hill on the highway, so it's a bit noisy. The sites were long and spacious and had convenient water and electrical hookups, though our site didn't have sewer. WiFi is available but costs extra. The bathrooms were clean and neat and modern, but showers cost extra. There is a good laundry room available. This park gets an uptick for being extra clean and attractive overall, offset by its relatively high price and the various extra charges making it seem a bit lower value.

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Located withing walking distance of town and near many beautiful hikes and sites, this paved campground offers very long pull-through sites. Despite being rather spacious and somewhat shaded by large trees, the sites put two rigs side-by-side facing opposite directions, giving it a bit of a cramped feel. Electrical hookup was convenient, but we didn't have water or sewer. There is neither WiFi nor laundry available. The bathrooms were spacious, modern, and clean. There are many ranger led hikes, and evening programs are available. This is a nice enough spot and even without full hookups, it seemed a decent value.

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Camping among the trees and shade gives a wilderness feel to this park despite its convenient location near a small town and the hot springs. Roads are paved; sites are dirt and not too level, but our pull-through was spacious. Electricity hookup was convenient, but we didn't have water or sewer. No WiFi or laundry. Bathrooms were nice and clean, even if a bit dated. This was a nice spot for a few days of hiking!

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If you can go without hookups for a few nights, the mountain views surrounding this park are astounding! The roads are paved, and the sites are spacious and fairly level. Fortunately, we didn't have much shade, because it would have blocked the views. Lots of points off in my scoring system for no hookups, Wi-Fi or laundry, but it was well worth it to be close to the mountains. Bathrooms and showers were nice and clean even if they did look a bit worn. Price seemed a reasonable value for such a nice spot, even without hookups. We'd love to stay here again!

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Free parking overlooking a small pond amidst mountains and glaciers is well worth a night with no hookups! This overflow area is just a huge, paved parking lot, but it's in the right place. Forget hookups, WiFi, laundry, etc and enjoy nature. Bathroom is a pit toilet, but nice and clean. No showers available. This was a good spot to stop for a night, and the price can't be beat.

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Walking / biking distance to Jasper and numerous mountain attractions, deer and elk wandering through the campground, and large, shaded sites make this a favorite spot. Paved roads are a bit pitted, and gravel sites are spacious. Water and electrical hookups were convenient, but our site didn't have sewer. No WiFi or laundry. Bathrooms and showers were nice and clean, if a bit dated. This place fills up in the summer, so make reservations early in the season.

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This park is convenient to the highway; hence, just a bit noisy. It's all gravel with some sparse grass between the pull-thru sites which are adequately long and wide for our RV with slides on both sides. Water, electricity, and sewer hookups are convenient. WiFi was available, but the Internet tended to fade in and out. Bathrooms feel a bit old but are clean. There is laundry on-site, but we didn't use it. We found it fine for an overnight stop on the way through the area.