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Our rate was the weekly rate, as we stayed for seven days. This park used to be a pretty well kept secret--not any more. It was full nearly every day we were there but the views and access to the beach explain it. Site was reasonably level, but hard to maneuver into from the narrow road, without putting the tow vehicle into the woods. The wifi worked well, cable tv was adequate. Restrooms were clean but small, and only one shower to each restoom and they're not heated so pretty cold in the morning. Road noise is not much of an issue unless you're in one of the "view" sites right near 101. It's all worth it if you love the ocean and beach, which you'll have pretty much to yourself.

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This is the best RV park in Idaho. Clean, quiet, level sites, great wifi and cable tv, clean restrooms and showers and firendly, helpful staff. Will always stay here when I have a choice.

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Stopped here for an overnight because almost all the other parks in the area were full. Other than being a little off the beaten path, the facilities were great. Plenty of trees, site was level, wifi worked well, over the air TV was adequate, restrooms and showers were clean and the park was well maintained. We'd definitely stay here again.

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We have stayed here before and while it's a very tight park, found the service and convenience excellent for an overnight stay. Owners were very friendly and helpful. My only gripe was that the Wifi didn't work. Laptop hooked up to their server but the server wasn't communicating with the internet, so no connection. Over the air TV worked well with more than 10 channels.

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Inside the park is very attractive, tree sites, clean restrooms and showers, and very friendly and helpful owners. The wifi worked well and we had several over the air channels on TV. The rate was reasonable but even for an overnight stay, we couldn't sleep because of the trains that ran every hour or so, all night and the highway noise. Perhaps location of our site made it worse, but I think the park is too close to the railroad tracks. Will find another place to stay next time.

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The park was pretty empty of RV's, although there were a number of tent campers prior to the Sturgis rally. Sites were back-in and roomy enough but the parking area for tow vehicles is across a road, which was very muddy after rain and remained that way for the 3 days we stayed. There is no cable tv but we were able to get 4 channels over the air. WiFi was problematic (Hughesnet) which worked okay in the early morning but disconnected often at night (clouds?). (The manager warned us in advance that this could be the case.) Sites with WiFi were close to the road and were very noisy due to the large number of motorcycles traveling to the rally. Restrooms and showers were very clean but we'll look for another place to stay, next time we're in the area.

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Sites were level, not too close together. An older park but reasonably well maintained. Wifi antenna was down, but got good service in the office. Owners were friendly and helpful.

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Park was open and sites were spacious. They were having trouble with the wifi, (waiting for a tech), but was able to get good connection in the office. Restrooms were clean, cell phone service okay, owners friendly and helpful. Great for an overnight stay.

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Despite having 4 wifi towers, where we were placed, there was no wifi. Walking up a hundred yards and sitting at a table didn't help either. Finally had to go into the office to obtain service. Sites were close together, dusty and not very level. Okay for an overnight stay but it's 28 miles from Devils Tower, if that's what you want to see.

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Agree with the quirky site arrangements in the previous post. We stayed for 2 nights and found the trailers used for showers and restrooms poorly maintained. The dump station is on the wrong side of the road, so you have to drive through the visitor center to turn around. Wifi was good and consistent, cell phone service was good. Main draw of the campground is the historical park which is well worth it.

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Park was clean, wifi was okay, restrooms and showers were clean. Park has a bit of a run-down feel, but was fine for an overnight stay. We had a pull-through so traffic noise from major thoroughfare didn't affect us. Many back-ins were right near the road, so glad we didn't take one.

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Site wasn't very level, Wifi was intermittant, even at the hot spot near the office. Cell phone service was the same. We had stayed here a few years ago and the service and upkeep has gone downhill in that time. Convenience to Custer is a plus but will look for another place next time.

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Nice quiet, clean park, wooded, mostly level sites. Clean restrooms and showers, very consistent and reasonably fast wifi. Pull-throughs are long and roomy, and plenty of room in back-ins as well. Mosquito control was evident, staff was very helpful and friendly. There is no cable TV but we were able to get 8-10 local channels over the air with our antenna. We will definitely stay here again.

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A large, relatively new or upgraded park, convenient to Mt. St. Helens. There was no cable TV and antenna reception was limited to 2 channels but office had free DVD's to loan. Sites were roomy and WiFi signal was strong. The only reason for not giving it a higher grade is it only has one restroom/shower for 161 sites, and it is at the far end of the park. Park wasn't near full but most were bigger rigs with lots of room for slide outs, and all had sewer connections.

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A small, very wooded campground near the west entrance to Mt. Rainier. Only had one toilet and one shower for campground, which was the same location as the Wi-Fi hotspot. Sites were tight and close together but overall a quiet place to stay and convenient to the Park. Overpriced for what you get, but convenience may outweigh that for many. The owners were friendly, helpful and pet friendly.