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A brand new heavily treed, shady park, right on the ocean, where we gathered our own clams for a supper one night. Terrific helpful, friendly owners. More brush will soon be cleared to give better views of the water front. I can't think of any reason anyone would be sorry they stayed here. Great park. I just wish it was closer to Texas.

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This is a brand new RV park. Very clean. Very well planned and situated in a level area, away from the highway, so very little road noise except for the loudest Dodge trucks. High speed Internet at the office. Nice restaurant, bar, and convenience store beside office. Very near beautiful Priest Lake, one of the top two beautiful lakes I've ever seen. We rented a float plane and pilot/guide from Sandpoint Seaplane Service to take us fishing at two different areas (Upper Priest Lake and Clark Fork River) at an extremely good rate, and we actually caught fish. I highly recommend both the park and seaplane service.

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A highly treed park, which is good for shade but bad for long rigs to navigate through them. Very close to a busy highway, so there is quite a bit of un-mufflerd Dodge truck and Harley noise. Very lax in emptying the garbage container and 'dog waste' can. Very stinky in this area. Narrow spaces, park is similar to a 'treed' can of sardines. But, some of the best Wi-Fi internet and cell service we've had on our three month long trip. We stayed here three nights then forfeited our fourth night to move across the street to another park, which in my mind is a Much better park.