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We stayed here for about three weeks. After the first night we decided to find a different campground due to the road and railroad noise which is pretty bad. BUT, we decided to stay and are so glad we did. We adjusted to the noise quickly. This campground is a jewel. It's small and terraced and directly above the Columbia River. I so enjoyed our daily dog walks down to the river and back up again. There are coves with picnic tables and benches. There are places to swim (at your own risk) in the river. Pets are welcomed throughout the campground and down by the river. The grounds are kept up nicely. Hook-ups are well maintained and up to date. Good steady electric and good water pressure. The hosts are wonderful people and very helpful. The laundry is clean. We were in site one nearest the office and laundry and were able to use our satellite with no problems. Good steady electric and good water pressure. The town of Stevenson is just over a mile away and had a surprisingly well stocked grocery store. Go just another couple of miles and you can cross "The Bridge of the Gods" into Oregon which is perfectly fine to cross with your RV whatever the size. It's a 40 minute drive to Portland via I 84. The only reason I didn't give this park a 10 is the noise but if you want to be near the river with gorgeous views and don't mind the noise this is the place for you.

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We stayed here for a couple of weeks. This is the most quiet and relaxing campground I have ever been to. The owners are wonderful and very helpful. This is not a destination resort style campground. There is no pool or playground and that suits us. The place is well maintained and spotless. There are many places to visit and sights to see within driving distance. Verizon Mifi and cell service worked very well here. You can't go wrong with this park.

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Nice park and very friendly and helpful owner. We stayed two weeks due to a mechanical breakdown. It was the busy season and sites were very limited. The owner had to have someone move our 5th wheel twice because the sites were reserved. As far as the campground is concerned, it is an older campground. Good electric but low water pressure. Satellite worked fine. Verizon data and voice signals were weak but not terrible. Beautiful area to visit. We enjoyed our stay.

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We weren't sure what to expect when we arrived because the online reviews for this casino were so varied. The 12 sites are along the back of the parking lot and are all angle back in sites. They each have a 30/50 amp connection and a water hook-up. Sign in at the casino gift shop and they will send security out to unlock the utilities. We camped here on Labor Day weekend arriving early Friday afternoon. Plenty of sites available. 8 miles from the town of Ashland.

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This is a great park for smaller RVs and tent campers. We struggled several times with too tight turns and getting out of the dump station was really difficult. Site #9 is the only site we could get our 38' 5th wheel into because it is on a curve and a straight back in. The sites are quite large but the roads are narrow and lined with trees and posts which prevented us from entering three separate sites. Too heavily treed for a satellite signal but our Verizon MiFi worked fine. The rangers were wonderful!

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Rate was with Access Pass discount. This was a nice park. It is small and quiet with large sites and 50 amp electric. The mosquitoes were awful. There is a pit toilet and walking trails. Nice shade throughout the park. We would stay again.

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We loved this park. The sites are huge and grassy with lots of shade but there are sunny sites as well. Loop 1 was older and a bit tight but loops 2 and 3 are much roomier. Weekends are packed but during the week things are nearly empty. Mosquitoes were a problem this year due to lots of rain but they do spray for them weekly. Great hosts!

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Small, family run campground. Informal layout with lots of grass. Huge sites in the center where we were parked but we did not have sewer there. We choose to do without sewer in order to have a pull-through space and avoid a tight back in of our 38' RV. Great space for dog walking, friendly owners, good satellite ,and cell signal. Would stay again.

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Great park with large and well spaced sites. Satellite and Verizon air card and cell service was adequate but not super fast. Trees were trimmed high and hosts were very friendly. 1500 miles of lake shoreline to explore. There is a two lane dump station just to the right as you leave the campground entrance.

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This is a Bureau of Reclamation campground along Canyon Ferry Lake. There are no hook-ups but the sites are paved and level. Reservations are accepted. The day use area is part of the actual campground and it is very busy. Prepare for a lot of boat noise as it is right on the lake. There was a host but he didn't seem to enforce the leash rules as several dogs were left off leash. The campground was average and about what we expected. Look out for low branches. Our RV was too tall for some of the trees. I asked the camp host to let the park management know so they can be trimmed before someone's roof gets damaged.

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I enjoyed our stay in this park. It is very clean and has lush, green grass at each site. The sites are quite long with good spacing between sites. There are lots of places to walk the dog. Just outside the back fence there is a trail along an irrigation ditch that goes on forever. Water pressure was good and there is some shade. Our price reflected the Good Sam discount.

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We stumbled upon this little gem of a park by accident after a long day of driving. The sites are very long and level and the utilities are placed well. There are large grassy lawns for each site. the park is very well tended and clean. Satellite worked great here but there is no Verizon cell phone signal. There is free wifi in the park so we were able to communicate as needed. Our rate of $12.50 was with Passport America and for the first night only. This is not a resort and I don't see any children's play areas. There seem to be quite a few long term campers here but everything is very well kept at those sites.

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We did not like this park at all. There is parallel parking in front of the RV sites which makes the roads single land width. We had to ask someone to move a vehicle to make the turn onto our street. Getting out was just as bad as we again had to ask someone to move a car to get out of our site. Never again! The WiFi was good, water pressure was good, staff were friendly but the tight roads were a deal breaker for us.

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This park is right off the I-86 and very easy to get to. It's an older park, and the roads are pretty tight. There are large rocks along the road, and the trees are close to the road. The site we reserved turned out to be too small, but the park host helped us find one that would work for our 38' 5th wheel. It may be the only site that we could fit into. The sites have 30 amp service and water. The views are beautiful and even with its close proximity to the freeway, there is very little noise. There are a lot of hiking trails in the park. We would not stay again because of the size issues, but if you are in a smaller rig, it's great.

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This is a great little park on the Idaho/Utah border. The lake is gorgeous, and there are places for children to play safely in the water. Some sites have electric, but some don't. We chose a large, pull-through site. There was a water spigot at our driveway, and the park was nearly empty so we hooked into the water. We also had 30 amp service. Stock up on groceries on the way because there are no grocery stores in the area. There are a couple of small markets within 10 or so miles. We stayed three nights because we enjoyed the park so much. Very quiet and calm. They do have a two lane dump station.