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Camped for one night as a stop-over heading south along the Oregon coast. Quiet, in the woods, easy access for our 35' 5th wheel, partial hookup, near a beautiful lake & good space between sites. Perfect for us! Cell reception was OK. No wifi or other amenities. Showers were good. Would have appreciated staying longer, it time permitted. No regrets for choosing this park.

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Most of the sites are elec./water only. We camped in a full-hook location. These sites are cramped and relatively small. Although, we were able to fit our 35' 5th wheeler into one. Previously camped in a partial hook-up location 4 years ago. Partial sites are roomier and accept differing rig sizes. Very quiet in a country setting. For those who like to stretch their legs, there are many miles of trails leading directly from the park. Also, an 18 hole frisbee golf golf is offered for interested folks. In our opinion, if you prefer a more wilderness camping experience with nice views in a quiet setting, yet close to town, this is it. We definitely will continue to choose this location our next time in Napa. Cell reception is good. No wifi or cable TV.

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Campsites are spacious and in-the-woods. Very private. Our 35 foot fifth-wheel fit fine. However, many sites will not easily accommodate larger rigs. Trees are plentiful. So, satellite reception will be iffy. We lucked out and had good reception. Had reservations, but not really needed this time of year, except on weekends and holidays. Loved the miles of walking/biking trails to a lake, ocean beach or historical sites. Great place for kids or just having a relaxing, down time camping. We definitely would camp here again.

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Camped here for two weeks while we participated in a Habitat for Humanity build in Forks, WA. The owners are great! Very accommodating. Hook ups and space were fine. Not many campers here this time of year. Was able to throw a ball for our dog on the grassy area behind our rig. No bathrooms and no laundry (reason for the 8 rating). However, a new laundry facilitly was nearing completion and is probably up and running by now. Definitely would recommend this RV park, if staying in the area.

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The rate shown is before Good Sam discount. Please ignore the recent negative comments by a former guest. This is our first RV review. We were compelled to join RV Park Reviews in order to give our recent experience. As others have noted the owner is very friendly and helpful. Despite the long stretch of recent hot weather, there is green grass by many sites. Spacing between hookups is good. The park doesn't have a parking lot feel. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. The cable TV was especially appreciated since the Olympics are in progress. Restrooms and showers are clean. Didn't use the shower, but looked in them. Laundry room is a nice facility. Park is very conveniently located for visiting Little Big Horn National Monument. The office is cluttered somewhat, but that didn't bother us. Also, it does smell of cat and dog odor. The owner has several cats around and a dog. We suggest springing with a deodorizer, like Fabrese, would be beneficial. We would stay here again.

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Nice park with shade trees in many locations, especially, the pull-through sites. Very friendly and helpful staff. Reason for a 9 and not a 10 is the pull-through sites are quite narrow. Plus the nearby trees need trimming making it difficult for some rigs upon exiting. The motor home next to us had great difficulty maneuvering around the trees as he left. Train horns at night bothered me, but not my wife who wore earplugs each night. Despite this, would camp here again.