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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.

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The park is a hidden jewel. It's small, quiet, and friendly. Sites are roomy, not on top of each other, and Wi-Fi and cable TV are excellent. Many sites have a direct view of the ocean, and it's across 101 from one of the most beautiful beaches on the coast. Bathrooms are small and only one shower each but both are very clean and well serviced. A great place to stop for a couple of nights, close to Newport and Waldport.

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The restrooms and showers are spotless, and the WiFi and cable TV work okay. But… we’ve stayed in RV campgrounds throughout the West, many next to Interstate highways and have never stayed in one as noisy. The traffic noise on Silverton and Lancaster Rd at 5 AM will wake you up, if you aren’t already up listening to Safeway tractor-trailers unloading behind the store at 4 AM. If you’re still there at 2 PM in the afternoon, you can listen to homeless derelicts arguing over a bottle of wine behind the Safeway fence. The assertion of pet-friendliness is exaggerated. The pet area is a long distance from the majority of the sites; enough to wear out a small dog in the heat before it gets there. Additionally, the area is covered with perfumed wood chips, the smell of which kept our dog from wanting anything to do with it. This site is often related in reviews as excellent, and in some respects, it is an oasis, in a very seedy neighborhood. The cleanliness and standard amenities do not make up for the lack of sleep you’ll experience there, concerns over security, and the trouble your pet may have. We were stuck, having paid for a week in advance, but we will never, ever, stay there again.

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Staff was very friendly and helpful with directions and campground is convenient to the highway. Unfortunately, our campsite was right next to the office which entailed people checking in or coming to the office for questions frequently which provided for no privacy. The site did have pretty good shade compared to many of the others. Restrooms and showers were clean and roomy. Wi-Fi was a little slow, but seemed consistent. Cable channels were plentiful, but TV Guide channel didn't work. Would stay again for convenience to the battlefield and sites.

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Owners were very friendly, helpful, guided you to your site. Quiet, shady with plenty of room to walk pets. Rest rooms and showers were very clean; only complaint is that showers were small and shower heads were very low, shower curtains in ladies room didn't provide enough privacy. Wi-Fi was fast and cable channels plentiful.

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An excellent park; clean, quiet, very convenient to everything in Santa Fe, friendly people, pet friendly. Prices are a little steep but worth it for the convenience to town, as other sites are 10 miles outside of the city. The only reason I didn't score it a 10 is that the Wi-Fi at our location was problematic, cutting in and out at inopportune times. We'll definitely stay there again when in Santa Fe.