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Other than not having a swimming pool, you can't beat MBSP as your home base while at the beach. Spacious sites, great location and plenty of room on the beach. Bathrooms were clean, but not as clean as we've seen in the past. Having said that, the park full and getting a lot of use. Maybe under those circumstances the staff should clean more than once a day. In the long run, still a lot better than the commercial campgrounds where you can literally pass things through the windows from one camper to another.

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Only negatives we had about the park was having to pay an entrance fee on top of a camping fee and no water hookups. Our home state does not charge an additional fee: if you're camping, the entrance fee is waived. Also not sure why water is not at each site. Other than that, it was great. Lots of wildlife and great roads to travel. Convenient to many activities.

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We were supposed to stay at Gros Ventre, but it hadn't opened yet. Our motorhome was too big for the facility, but they allowed us in anyway since they had vacancy. Bathrooms were individual facilities. Spacious and clean. Great that it was so close to the Snake River. Really enjoyed walking along the river. Fairly close to town and easy to get in and out. Only drawback was how packed together the sites are.

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Hosts were very polite, but not very knowledgable about the town. I think part of that was because they were not from the area. But as hosts, you should make it a point to learn the territory people will be asking about. Restrooms were clean, but a lot of humidity/steam seemed to be trapped in the facility. Someone had recently gone through the campground with a grader, and left many ruts.

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Up on a hill overlooking the town. The restrooms were outstanding. However, they were located down the hill from the main RV area. You almost had to drive because of the distance/hill, but parking was limited at that area. Spaces were a little close, but that was OK because we met a great couple from Washington that we enjoyed getting to know. Good dog park. Easy navigation through the park. Had a hard snow the morning we were leaving.

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It was early in the season, so we basically had the park to ourselves. However, the sites were outstanding. Clean, level, easy to get in and out, check in was a breeze. Wife loved the morning coffee and expresso. Bonus was seeing a fox wonder through the campground one morning.

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A little tight getting our 37 ft motorhome in amoung the trees, but well worth it. Sandy and level sites. Lots of shade and privacy. Had some trouble with the electricity as the campground was full and our breaker kept tripping with our AC running. We called the ranger station and someone came out immediately. No trouble after that. We drove our car to the beach area as it was a little far to walk. A lot of people on bikes. The beach is great! Wide open and no buildings in sight. Each loop has a bath house with 3 showers. Nice and clean, but had to wait in line to use on women's side.

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This is just a basic flat, level campground. A few trees, but not a lot of shade. The host was super nice and let us change sites to get away from the highway. It was not very crowded, but there are several permanent residences. This is not their busy season so we did not have many others near us. Easy to get to from the interstate. The bathrooms, showers and laundry were very nice and clean. Nice pool area. Small pond on site. Don't allow campfires.

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This is a very upscale campground, very nice and clean. We used the pool, showers, and laundry and they were all well kept. The grounds were immaculately maintained with large spacious sites. We were on the bay side and went snorkeling off of the dock. You would not be wise to bring a boat, as the bay was very shallow and I don't think you can actually get out to the ocean. The people were nice. Our only complaint was the price and then they want to add on for extra people and to store any trailer, boat or tow dolly. This is not for typical campers. They frown on a clothes line to dry towels, camp fires, or any kind of clutter. It's nice, but kind of snooty.