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Positives: Concrete pad, totally level, new power posts with excellent connections. Power strong and constant, good water and water pressure. Small community yard with games on the lawn. Walking distance to grocery, hardware store and downtown area. WiFi and cable were both good. Power cost is 9 cents per kWh. Meter was read at time of parking and accurately reported at time of departure. No additional costs added to usage. Waterfront space 62 with excellent view of bay, tide changes, sea otters, harbor seals and multiple birds. Con: After 4 years of fulltime RVing, we encountered a mouse problem here. The hardware store said it is common along the waterfront. Traps caught the first and droppings a few days later revealed a second visitor. Relocated to different park and after several nights of traps, we think the "visitors" were coming in/out from the large pampas grass planted between every space along the waterfront. The office personnel were nice, denied any mouse problems; however, other resident RVers have had the same experience. Truly this is not the fault of the park, however we will not return. If you are not petrified of mice, this is a great park and wonderful location for multiple beaches and state parks.

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Cost is a monthly rate. This park is within 2.5 miles of the yellow line Expo train terminal. We purchased metro coupons and NEVER took the car into Portland. The convenience and cost is priceless. $5.00 a day allows you to ride train, bus and trolly. There is actually a stop at a nearby Fred Meyer grocery on the ride home. We often stopped and bought groceries on way home in the evening. Marine drive is a shortcut to I-84 and all that the Columbia River/gorge offers. All utilities located at rear of coach and worked well. Cable free as is wifi and both worked well. Concrete pad, however slanted front to back. Tow car parked beside coach. The sites are very close together. We could hear the television from the camper across the street. The park is 75% permanent residents, however it is clean and tidy. We were offended by the "requirement" of a $35.00 fee each for a background check. We were uncomfortable as to what this might mean. The young man in the office could use some training on his language. When in the office with additional workers, he is quiet, calm and professional. When alone, his is swearing and complaining about this job being to stressful for a person his age. We would return to this park if visiting Portland again.

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If you are looking for a great rate in Las Vegas, this is the park. It is primarily a trailer park with an RV park in the front nearest Boulder Highway. The permanents range from extended stay people there for work who are in nice, newer, well kept trailers to the very opposite end of the spectrum. Some sites and trailers appeared to be in total disrepair and very unsightly. When we arrived the office person told us they inspected every rig older than 2002. I dare say some of the rigs in this park were 30 years or older and extremely junky. We kept all bay doors locked and left nothing outside. Check in was thorough as the manager went to make sure we would fit in the assigned space. He then led us in personally. The park allowed us to have American Mobile Lube service our coach while parked. A bargain at the price, but will probably not return here again. We really did not feel safe.

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Stayed here for 10.00 day with RPI membership. Site was a huge pull thru that had 15 feet more than needed for 42 ft. motorhome and tow. Putt putt was the nicest we have seen in any park, small store was very well stocked including last minute swim gear for kids. Happy hour was excellent and daily special were a bargain. Pools looked great. Only downside is the dust, but it is the desert. Would definitely stay here again.

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Rate reflects ROD membership and fee for 50 amp service. Came to Pilot Knob due to proximity to Los Algodones, MX dentist visit. Park was dusty, barren, and pool and pool area were not clean. Hot tub had 1 man and 2 children in it and there was no additional room available. It did not look clean either. Check-in was expedient, however requested site facing east and was given one facing due west. Several very hot days. Extension needed to hook up electric as post was on the passenger side of the rig. We will not stay again unless visiting the dentist.

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First, the good. Verizon MiFi and cell phone worked perfectly. Water pressure is 70 PSI. Now, the bad. This park is now 30% allocation of 30 spaces for "annual" leases. Many of these individuals work local construction jobs and stated how much it cost to rent an apartment locally and living here is much cheaper. Children are met at the school bus by the ranger and some of the children are left alone until 10 PM, when parents work afternoon shift. The weekend is a free for all as "daily pass" guests take over the pools and showers. Grass is knee deep in some places, the backhoe grades a ditch down the center of the street trying to keep water runoff out of sites and when you remove the thirty annual and the live-in rangers, very few sewer sites are available. Per the ranger, the jets in the hot tub has not worked since before it was closed last Sept. and Thousand Trails will not approve the cost to repair them now. Dirt and debris collect in the bottom. This park has become nothing more than a low cost apartment alternative. Thousand Trails is intent on converting their parks to this type of clientele. Buy another membership. This one is going downhill rapidly.

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First the good. This park is very close to Sedona and Jerome. It is convenient for doing all types of tourist activities. The bad is the condition of the park. It is showing its age and the cleanliness level is in desperate need of attention. Clubhouse needs to be mopped and dusted, bathrooms cleaned and the hot tub had such a scum around the top, someone had carved their initials into it. Disgusting. The sites are "buddy style" which mean the hookups are in the center and two rigs drive in from opposite directions and park literally inches from one another. Sites are gravel or sand if holes have been filled. Multiple sites are being taken by the "annuals" who appear to have made this their permanent residence. Will likely not stay here again.

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Pros of this park are location to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, electricity worked without issue, and Wifi worked flawlessly. Cons include having to move during a 7 day stay. I asked repeatedly if I could keep my site; however one worker told me she did not know how to move sites. I saw others having to move as well. Training of employees in order. Shower only used one time in the early am, but it did not appear to be very clean. Personal items and bandaids left in shower from previous user/s. The website states discount, but did not get it with my first check in, only the second one when I moved and at my insistence. For 42 dollars a night I expect a pool at a minimum. The tiny pool that is there is only for the membership sites that are sold at 125k per pop which is too much for me to pay to buy a pool. You are surrounded by jeeps and OHV's. Save yourself some money and stay at a cheaper place.

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This park is a great relaxation destination. The "Avenue of the Giants" is out the front gate. The bath houses are brand new and spotless. The managers are exceedingly nice. You are directly on the river and can walk in or along as far as you desire. The only thing that keeps this park from being perfect for us is a pool.

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As a 1000 Trails member I was sorely disappointed. We camped here in a 38' 5th wheel and barely had room to park and most of the roads were impassable to our size rig. I would not recommend ever taking anything longer than 32' into this park. Restrooms had been damaged by fire as had one of the "long term" campers. Per one of the regulars, it was arson by a former camper. This park did not even meet the minimal standard set by 1000 Trails and this park should be addressed immediately! Restroom was dirty, very old and in need of significant repair. The whole park seemed unkept. Electrical posts damaged, lights damaged, bath houses damaged by woodpeckers. We will not stay here again.

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Rate reflects a weekly rate. This park is well kept with paved roads and concrete pads. There are only two showers/restrooms and two laundry rooms. If staying here you will need something to do outside the campground as there are zero amenities. Traffic noise is an issue especially if on the sites that sit adjacent the highway. Price is high for considering no amenities. Cable worked; however, the wi-fi did not. There are other options in the area, and we will not stay here again.

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This is a spectacular park. The only downsides are the park Wi-Fi is inoperable except at a few specific buildings. Verizon mi-fi nor phones work at the CG. Would return here again. Rate reflects a ROD Plus membership.

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Scenic campground upon entry. No one at gate, thus check-in at reservation office. Check-in at office speedy. Told to make at U-turn at office to follow guide to site, however, very tight with long fifth wheel. Very unlevel site overlooking lake, almost requested different site. Goose waste everywhere you step. Pool hours posted not honored, no one at restaurant, very difficult into and out of site. Bring groceries and supplies with you, nearest town is 9 miles away. Would stay here again, however, only due to the rate. Used RPI membership discount.

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We have stayed here several time when visiting relatives and each time the park shows signs of deterioration. Sites are small and difficult to get a large rig into. Weekends bring chaos as the park allows multiple tents and relatives to congregate at each site. It is almost impossible to drive a car through the one way single road. Tent campers are in the park on what appears to be unpaid for sites and their activities are somewhat suspect. Most recently, the dump station was down, so a manhole cover was opened and campers were told to drain their black tanks directly into an open manhole. The dump station did not have an "out of order" sign on it, so people continued to dump sewage onto the ground. Our tanks were full and we were forced to use the showers. They were deplorable. We left before it was repaired, hopefully it has been done by now. One staff worker was very nice, unfortunately incompetent. We will not stay here again.

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We stayed here on our ROD membership, hence the rate. It is a perfect location for Niagara Falls and all that this area has to offer. It would have gotten a 10/10 if we had sewer and 50 amp. ROD sites are 30 amp and no sewer. The pools were excellent and heated to 83 degrees, with a lifeguard. Sites are some of the largest we have had all year. Grounds are pristine. Strongly recommend this campground.