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Lovely park nestled in the forested area in an urban area. Sites were well spaced so you weren't on top of your neighbor, but tight turns getting into spaces. Spaces were level and quite long. Each site was rather secluded so that you felt you were in the forest. Site was hard pack earth, just like in the woods. Cell service was spotty, probably due the all the trees. Only drawback was a bit of a problem with fluctuating power--probably due to a large crowd there on Labor Day. Park had a nice swimming pool, play area, and even goats. There were hay rides in the evenings. Staff was EXTREMELY helpful and pleasant--helping us with a site --when we wanted to stay longer. This is a nice family park. We would stay here again--if in the area.

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Clean well kept park. Park has a newer addition in the back. We stayed in space #155, which had a tricky turn. Very tight getting into it, but managed. We managed better than several guests before us--who had 'taken out' the power box. When reporting to the office that the damage was NOT done by us-- friendly office staff chuckled and said yes--they knew it wasn't us--Previous guest had not negotiated the tight turn (several guests). The sites are all level concrete pads with good hookups. Odd Note: Sewer is situated at the far back of the site--luckily we had a long sewer hook up. It is a relatively quiet park for having an airport near by. Many permanent residents but all sites maintained and tidy. Staff was friendly and helpful. Park has a nice laundry & rec room complete with book lending library (take a book-leave a book). Would stay here again if in the area.

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This park is nice, however--it is a very snug park. Driveways are tight--turning radius is very close. Park is set on a hill, there many sites were tricky to level. Good power and good cell service. Many permanent residents, but this posed no problem, as all were neat and tidy. Staff was courteous and helpful This park served our needs. But don't think we would stay here again; it was to stressful getting in an out.

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Price reflects waterfront view---but SO worth it. Sites 1-18 are waterfront sites on the bay. Sites are level gravel and suitably wide for a rig with slides on both sides. Sites have grass around them. Hookups are appropriately placed. Good cell and wireless service. Staff was very helpful and friendly as well as informative for local attractions. Park has a meeting hall, which has a nice patio facing the bay with lounge chairs for relaxing. A very relaxing place to stay. We enjoyed watching the water fowl and sea lions play in the bay. We would definitely stay here again.

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Little gem in the West. Convenient to both Mt. Ranier and Mt. St. Helens. Park situated in a grove, park-like setting. Sites are level but a mixture of grass, gravel, and pavement. 30 amp service only. Staff is very helpful and friendly. The city of Packwood is noted for the GIANT flea market which occurs on Memorial Day and Labor Day, where the flea market takes over the main highway and surrounding streets and any open space available. It's quite a site, but traffic is reduced to a trickle. But best of all was the small herd of elk which nibbled their way through the campground in the evenings. Great place. Definitely recommend. Price reflects Passport America discount.

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Clean, well maintained park. Level paved sites. Not much noise from traffic. Staff was friendly and helpful. Good for an overnight stop. Price reflects Passport America discount.

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Small park adjacent to Carmela Winery and golf course, which runs along Snake River. Level sites, shade trees. Sites were reasonably spaced. Staff was very friendly. Winery had wine tastings, as well as a restaurant with a bar. Campsite was close to historic Oregon Trail info and 3 Island Crossing where pioneers crossed the Snake River on the way to Oregon. Stayed an extra day just to do sightseeing. Would stay here again.

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Good overnight stop. Nothing fancy but great access to Great Basin National Park and Lehman Caves. Full hookups, level gravel sites. Plenty of room between sites. Convenient coffee shop. Convenient location for hunters. Would stay here again.

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We camped here with a group and camped in the first row which are pull in sites with an outstanding unobstructed views of Lake Mead. The sites are very wide with level concrete pads. Each site has a fire pit and a picnic table. The park staff was very helpful, even allowing us to use it's community room for activities. Camp host has a vast knowledge of the lake and history of Hoover Dam. This campground is currently changing from a mobile home park to a campground park, but this in NO way hinders business. We look forward to coming here again. Ask for a site in the first row, it is well worth it.

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What a nice RV park. Paved sites which were very spacious with picnic tables. Good cell service. We used our own internet hotspot as WiFi cost about $12 a day. Nice pool and play area, good walking paths. Shuttle service to casino & restaurants. Close to sightseeing in Memphis and Tunica, MS was just a few miles down the road. Many attractions in both areas. Would recommend. We will stay here again-hopefully for a longer period.

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Nightly rate-reflects PassPort America Discount. Easy access from I-40, right next to Camping World. Quiet Park. Roads & spaces were rather tight. Sites were level. There were many long term campers, but this posed no problem. Cell service good-we used our own HotSpot for computer connections. Good for an overnight stay.

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Park was very clean & well kept. Easy acess from I-40. Gravel Spaces were NOT spacious-but adequate. Good drainage-as we there during rain. No puddles. Cell Service was good we used our own Hotspot for internet connections. Staff was helpful and pleasant, and gave direction to near by attractions. Would stay here again.

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This park was very close to St. Louis Attractions, even though we crossed the river to get to it. It is located in an industrial area, but it didn't pose a problem. Sites were level gravel and decent sized. We used our own 'hotspot' for internet connections. Cell Phone service was adequate. There are some permanent residents but they were in another area of the park. They also have about 4 small rental cabins. There is a restaurant on the premises which is pretty good. The staff was friendly and helpful. We stayed an extra day to do more sightseeing. While not a destination spot or very glamorous... we would stay here again.

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Family owned. Very rustic. Enjoyed the scenery In a canyon in the Rockies-right along side the Eagle River. Site was level pull-thru No sewer--but there was a dump station. Short walk to the river. Several fisherman in the area-walking to and from the river. Would stay here again, when traveling thru.

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Be Aware you will be required to give your Social Security Number for the KS park system. This is a lovely state park located near Olathe KS. Sites are level and very roomy. We stayed in Scott Creek Section. Site was a very spacious back-in with water and electric. No Sewer; however, there is a new double dump station close by. The park is very large with many areas as well as new construction on more sections. Facilities include restrooms, showers, laundry room, marina, boat dock, and covered picnic structures. The only drawback is this is a rural area & the signs etc. were poorly lit at night. Otherwise, it's a solid 10. Look forward to staying here again next year.