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Stayed for a week while visiting friends. Camp Host was a no show. Had to call the Expo office to find out the procedure for check-in. Parked in overflow, so water and power only. Overflow is on the main road into the full hook up sites and very dusty until it rained then it was muddy. Large oak trees one had fallen across one of the interior roads. Large oak limbs hanging over dump station and several other roads. Actually saw a limb break off and fall. Had we been asked to park any closer to the trees it would have been a deal breaker. Shower and rest room have a strong odor of mold. Shower with high fixture have the spray of a water pick, and low fixture not high enough to get under.

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Large pull-through, really a large parking lot with power water and sewer. Close to everything , there is no weekly rate. No concerns of safety.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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Stayed for an overnight while traveling easy check-in, nice pull-through, so did not have to unhook tow car. Quiet. Would stay here again.

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Sites we were offered were really tight, had to park the car in overflow because there was no room to park it near the coach. Swimming pool was nice it was really hot so the cool pool was not a problem. What was a problem was that they were getting ready to chip seal the road ways so had water trucks and tractors and all manner of equipment running everywhere so not conducive to a calm stay. Park is close to town with restaurants near by. Too tight for our liking probably would not return.

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This park has seen some very good upgrades from the new owners, new rest rooms and showers, new laundry, sites have been cleaned. There is a very nice restaurant on site and the park is fairly close to town. There is only one negative, and that is the beautiful new pool is not heated as advertised. 78 degrees is just too cold to be comfortable for us older patrons with artificial joints.

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The park is about 4 miles off interstate 80, easy to get into... was led to our site by a golf cart which was nice. When I went to take a shower... could not get the shower to turn on... called the office and a nice young man came out and showed me that I had to pull the handle not turn it...so when I called the office the person who answered could have told me I needed to pull, not turn the shower handle...or better yet post a sign in the shower. Had good power and water and easy access. will use this park again when we are traveling. They are also a Passport America park only we were there when it is not honored..

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This park is under new ownership....so they seem to be trying to improve the cleanliness of the park. They seem to be obsessed with cleaning a concrete pad instead of pruning suckers off trees and pulling weeds. While we were enjoying happy hour after spending 4 hours cleaning my rig a street sweeper fired up covering everything with dirt and dust, needless to say I was not a happy camper. Don't know that I will return. The park has only one shower which had been recently redone and it was clean. The sites are gravel. The park is easy access to town.

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The park in pretty but the sites are too close for rigs with slides and there is no place to park the car except almost up against your neighbors bedroom slide. Just one less space per row would have enough space to be comfortable.

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Site's are adequate pull through long enough you don't have to unhook your tow if you do not want to. The major problem with this park is that they do not enforce the speed limit. People zipping every which way at almost highway speeds. RVs as well as cars everyone is in a hurry.

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This was an easy park to get into, and the sites are fairly level. Would stay again when in the area.

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This is the cleanest and easiest park we have stayed at in the last month. Level sites, super friendly owners. Easy on and easy off the interstate. We will keep this park in mind the next time we are this way. Very highly recommended.

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If you are looking for a park with enough water pressure to shower, this is not the park for you. All the pictures advertizing the park show the pool, which would be ok if they showed penguins swimming in it. It is only 78 degrees, too cold to stay in for more than a minute or so. Don't have maintenance check anything as they will charge you for his hourly rate. Besides being grumpy, this man should not be working in any position where he has contact with the public. We are only here because it is a membership park we were trying to utilize. Bad experience will not be back.

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Long pull through sites, pretty close together, but did not have any problem pulling in. Close to fast food and town, not much in town but would make a good base for trips into the Bay Area. If they had a pool would consider staying longer.

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Not a big rig friendly park. Very few 50 amp sites. Hard to set jacks in uneven grass with ruts. Cold pool not covered a night. They had good activities for Memorial day. Would not go back.

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Advertised as a Passport America Park, but when I called was told they no longer honored Passport. As we had already gone past our limit for the day decided to stay anyway. Entrance not well marked, and is a shared driveway with a shopping center that was built after the park. So anyone trying to find this place needs to turn in at Subway. Sites were plenty long but also very narrow, there are trees to consider when trying to enter or leave your site. Pool was nice and restrooms and showers were nice. Would stay again as a overnight stop.