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Pros: Nice landscaping and large area for dog to run free, although must be well trained dog as it is not fenced. Cons: Overpriced and they nickel and dime you to death. $2 to use cc, $1 for parking extra car. However, we are a 5th wheel with truck plus small car. Were charged $1 for extra car and told we had to park in lot and not on site even though there was more than enough room as these are double back/back sites that they use as one. MHs all around us allowed to park car on site. We stayed hooked for the night so how were we any different? MH next to us had 2 cars on site all night. Sites very close together. Just not worth the price. We will skip this place next time we are in the area.

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Had called and spoke with office asking specifically for a site that would accommodate a 39' 5th wheel. Was told site 55 was a "double site" that would accommodate RV and truck parked alongside. Arrived 5 minutes after office closed. No map available or anyone to talk to. After finally finding site using separate car, realized that there was absolutely no way we would fit, nor would we have been able to get out the road ahead in the morning. Site directly across from this site so no room to maneuver in. My husband drove a semi, so if he says this site doesn't work, then I totally believe him. Road leading to this site is extremely narrow with low hanging branches everywhere. Site markers are horrible to find. Coming in off of Hwy. 49 you drive through a spillway...really weird! There are pull through sites (that weren't available), but they are so close if you put your awning out you would be hitting neighbor - they are that close. If you are big rig, keep going...we did just that.

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Perfect place to stay 1 or 2 nights! Right off highway but far enough to limit noise. Very long, pull through sites with 50 amp full hook up. Small trees and grass that is nicely trimmed. Self-check in (cash or check only) on the honor system. With Passport America only paid $20.00. If you use the pool, costs you $3.00 more. Could only get 2 channels with antenna but for one night doesn't matter. I would think satellite would work fine but didn't try. This park was better than the KOA the night before. If there were more parks like this, KOAs would be out of business. Came in after and during heavy rain, and there were fewer puddles than at the previous KOA.

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Park is approximately 98% permanents. Don't stay here unless you don't mind getting woken up every weekday morning at 5:15 am by your neighbor running his diesel truck for 10 minutes before he leaves for work! Very unfriendly park (except for office staff). Stayed here for a week to visit family. Facilities have greatly improved over 2 years ago, but still very much feels like we are in a trailer park. We won't be back.

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Fairly nice sites, but high dollar for only water and electric, and especially for a casino park. No sewer or cable. Very poor signage to actually get to park. Hut was closed at park so had to circle back and check in at hotel. Had to put down a $25 security deposit (for what?). Had to go back in to hotel to "check out" in the morning to get deposit back and of course, now need to monitor cc account to make sure it happens. Probably won't stay here again.

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We are a 39' 5th wheel. Since we were staying for just one night, we elected an electric/water hook up only. It had rained before we got here. Site was very muddy, and very tight to maneuver our rig into site. Took several tries by my semi-truck driver husband, and finally campground staff took over. We would have gotten in the same way he did, but were trying to get farther into the site so we had space in between us and next door neighbors. Cable TV is extra, which we opted not to use as we have satellite. Area is beautiful, but would not consider staying here for an extended period of time. Unfortunately, will not have time to explore the city of Medora, as it looked pretty interesting as we drove through. Will probably bypass this place next time, but not much in North Dakota to choose from!

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Very pretty campground, right off I-90, but quiet. Perfect place to be if you want to visit Seattle and even the Woodinville wineries. However, if you want TV, don't stay. DirectTV, TV antennae didn't work (and we have a portable unit). You can "rent" a Comcast box, but we were only there for 2 nights, on a weekend, so not feasible. We just watched movies for 2 nights. There are a couple of sites that are appropriate for satellite TV, but apparently they rent to long-term folks. Probably would not stay here again if more than one night.

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Don't bother. I rarely believe the RV park reviews that are negative...usually folks who are not experienced RVers. However, this one I should have paid attention to. Sites are SO narrow...our neighbors had to pull their awning in so we could get our slides out. We had to park our one-ton dually off site, and this morning, there was a long scrap mark along the back fender where someone had dragged their RV along. We left after only one night, as did our neighbors. They need to eliminate every other site, and then it would be fine. So maddening how these parks just want to get $$$ and don't care about their guests. I will NEVER stay here again. We are a 39' 5th wheel with 3 slides. If you are just a pop-up or camper with no slides, you will be fine. Otherwise, AVOID!!!

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Probably one of the best campgrounds we have stayed at. We are full-timers, and this is a dream. Not much in the area to do, but the scenery is spectacular, and the sites are fabulous. Nice green grass in between sites, great dog area where we could run our Labradoodle. DirecTV works fine, and park Wi-Fi is fine. Sprint phone works on roam, no hotspot, but not needed. I would definitely stay here again, especially if you are full-timing and just need a couple of days to recoup and rest. Beautiful bike trail downhill for 18 miles that they shuttle you back up, and terrific restaurant at mountain resort just about 20 miles north. Highly, highly recommend, especially for full-timers. Sites are huge...much more than we have seen anywhere else. No noise from I-90, even though just a mile or so off of road. Train, but only at distance. I will definitely come again when we are in this area.

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Park setting is very pretty nestled in tall Redwoods. Very "national park" like setting. However, Wifi VERY marginal, and only 11 very fuzzy Cable channels. Plus, speed bumps about every 50 feet all the way into park. I am an adult; I can slow my speed down and don't need to be treated as a child with too many obnoxious speed bumps. Have stayed at other parks with good WiFi and Cable at a lower cost. Probably will not stay here again, but select another park down the road.

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What a gem! Owners have only had the park for 3 weeks, and are doing a terrific job! Sites were clean and neat, and owner was very receptive to trimming some branches as we pulled through our site. He is in the process of trimming all trees. Sprint cell service was on roaming, so no wifi hotspot, but park has free wifi. Unfortunately, our site was in the back of the park, and we were not able to log on. Park also has café that serves the BEST BBQ ribs outside of Kansas City! Don't miss them!! And sweet potato pancakes for breakfast were fabulous! Don't miss this place. A real oasis in the Idaho dessert! We will definitely be back when we are in the area.

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Passport America rate. This is the second time we have stayed here. This time, no sewer hookup as we only stayed one night. Site much easier to get to this time for our 40' 5th wheel, although still got to the one last year but needed to go out of park and make a U-turn. Loads of permanents (weekenders with decks, decorations and patio lights) who look like they must have tons of fun. Would be nice if they allowed permanents to wash rigs, as most are pretty dirty. Very close to highway and easy to get to.

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Great place. Very well cared for, although obvious they don't get to capacity often as grass is growing in some of the gravel sites. But, staff was very friendly, and it's so obvious they want to make this place a success. It's a little off the beaten path (12 miles from I-69), but in my book, worth the trip. Sites are very long (didn't need to unhook), and very flat. Grass looks like something you find at a residence. Very clean and appealing office area. Didn't visit bathrooms. Pool very well cared for. Very quiet. Hope this place is successful!!!

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"Paved" entry road is a joke...full of potholes and speed bumps every 50'. Site had minimal amount of gravel on it, and since it had been raining day before we arrived, ground was saturated. Pull-thru site is so narrow, that once you pull out slides, you are forced to walk on grass to get to your vehicle. Stepping into "grass" lead to mud up over the sides of your shoes. Even after not raining for 3 days, mud was still there. You were forced to walk on wood planks that outlined the gravel site. We will not stay there again until things improve.

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A little off the beaten path, but fine for several area attractions. Lots of seasonals, but well maintained and very friendly. Good flat pull through site. Stayed 4 days, and would definitely go back. Rate is PA.