retiredmomof3

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The space we were in was extremely tight and much too close to the other units. Site is grasslike ground cover but fairly level. Power pedestal had no breaker, sewer connection was at rear of space, they temp install a hard pipe to your sewer connection and all sewer connections are vented right there so there is a perpetual sewer odor. Water pressure was good. Laundry had 4 washers and 4 dryers, but 2 washers were broke and the table they expect you to use for folding was filthy. There was no place for dogs to be leash free. The park was close to fishing, it was fairly quiet, the owners were nice, but no way would I pay 50 bucks a day.

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Nice, quiet park on a hill, as the name implies. Gentle breezes and nice weather while we were there. The pull through sites are very roomy and the sites are well maintained. The other units in the park were also well maintained. Staff was courteous and attentive. We will stay here again.

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We stayed in a deluxe space, which backed up to the river, which was practically non-existent. You couldn't see it anyway because of the numerous trees. While we were gone on a day trip, our sensor that provides the outdoor temp to our indoor station was stolen. Park staff was notified and performed their due diligence, to no avail. Lastly, do not buy propane there. They charge for a full tank, regardless of whether your tank is empty or not, which they don't tell you until you go to the office to pay. Despite these issues, it was a nice, quiet park with nice staff and we would consider staying there again albeit in a pull through space, which were quite roomy and cheaper.

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While the sites were spacious, we had to use a lot of blocks to get our rig level. The connections are situated awkwardly, so that when we placed our unit within reach of the electrical pedestal, our extra long sewer hose barely reached the sewer connection. The laundry room has 5 washers and 4 dryers. 2 dryers run for 40 min. for $1, and the other 2 only run for 20 min. for $1. 1 of the dryers doesn't stop when you open the door, which is a safety hazard. The positives are that the park was kept clean, staff was friendly, helpful and attentive, it is close to the lake and it was very quiet and they give you a tote bag, fridge magnet and a free portion of firewood upon your arrival. We will be back.

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This park had received high marks from Trailer Life Directory, but that review must have been done some time ago as the park appears to be quite run down. The main electrical feed cable for our power pedestal is run above ground over to the next space's pedestal. The water pressure was poor, entry and interior roadways have many potholes. But staff was friendly and accommodating.

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This was a beautiful, well maintained park and well deserving of the high marks the Trailer Life Directory gave them. We had an oversize site, which was perfect as we had a second vehicle towing a boat. They provided trash pickup from your site on a daily basis. It was quiet considering the proximity to the interstate. We would definitely recommend this park.

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Access to the sites we were placed in was awkward. The hookups are placed at the entrance of each site rather than the middle, so that when we placed our 5er out of the roadway, our sewer hose was not long enough to reach, so we ended up not connecting anything but the power. But the park was clean and staff friendly and helpful.

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Spaces were somewhat tightly spaced but they each had a nice small grass divider with picnic bench. The laundry room was very clean with 3 washers and 3 dryers. Large RVs should avoid the 2-lane Hood River bridge, lanes are less than 10' wide.