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This is one of our favorite RV parks and borders Lake Coeur d'Alene. We spent a week this time combining sightseeing and dog shows. All the premium sites face towards the lake so you pull straight in to your site rather than back in. You can watch the party boats going to/from the lake. There is a large open area in front offering the feeling of a more spacious site.

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This RV park is very nice, right next to the casino and allowed multiple dogs, but there is no cable and restrooms and showers are only at the travel center check in bldg which is a good distance from the RV sites. There is a very nice Chevron Gas station with easy access. Sites are nicely landscaped. There is shuttle service to/from the casino. The buffet at the casino was fair and inexpensive. They don't assign you a spot, but you just drive to one that appeals to you. First come, first serve.

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This park is small with hard packed gravel sites. They allowed multiple dogs which is appreciated for those of us who travel to shows across the country. We were allowed a small x-pen. This park is located at a dead end and is off of Hwy 152 (of of I-5) heading to Gilroy. This is an older park, but cleaned and good for a layover spot to/from the north or south. Staff was very friendly. The fuel stations nearby are a bit cramped to get in or out if you need gasoline. Diesel stalls are much more handier.

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This park is easy access on/off hwy and is nestled among an active orange grove. They will assign you depending upon the season. You are only allowed to pick the oranges with permission and when in season. We stay here traveling to/from the California desert off of Hwy 58. They are very dog show friendly allowing us to set up a small x-pen. Always tell them at check in that you have multiple dogs.

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Rates for monthly stays ware very reasonable. They allow multiple dogs for those of us who show dogs in the area. Small x-pens are allowed. sites are nice and over half of the park are park models with many Canadian snowbirds. Lots of activities if you are interested. There are 3 pools and two hot tubs. This park is called "Indian Wells Carefree RV Resort" located on Jefferson Street. It is a tight entrance and easy to miss driveway off of Jefferson so take it slow after you cross Hwy 111 (south) as it is a short distance before you come up to the left turn lane to enter the park. Be observant before you make the turn in since the area in front of the office only accommodates room for one long rig at a time before you may hang over onto Jefferson Street. Sites along north wall are okay for 30 ft or less while sites along the south wall may be okay for 34 ft, but if you are longer or have a toad, we recommend the pull through sites. This place fills fast for Cochella and Stagecoach festivals too.

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This RV park borders the river and there isn't a bad site. We prefer the back in spots for longer stays and the facility is immaculate and spacious with beautiful landscaping. For those of us with show dogs, there is a veterinary clinic right across the street and very friendly staff. The RV park has a doggy wash and plenty of places to walk dogs. They do allow a small x-pen.

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This RV park is world class with beautiful sites and surrounding landscape. This park does allow multiple dogs which is great for those of us with show dogs but be upfront at check-in. We always ask for a secluded area. Shuttle bus will take you to the casino and they serve a great buffet. There is a pool and truck stop onsite and they now have a separate lane for gas RVs to fill up. Discount applies if you have a Players card.

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This is a lovely park with adequate pull throughs, clean and nice facilities and right next door to one of the nicest outlet malls. We frequently stop here on the way south or north and they are very dog show friendly. Please be polite and good stewards if you have multiple dogs. This park is convenient for anyone also showing dogs in Canby, OR as well as it isn't too far to drive provided you have a toad. There are several places to eat within a walking distance of one block. The gas stations nearby are a bit cramped to maneuver in and around if you have a tow.

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This is an older campground and like many in the area they cater to the fishing enthusiasts, so there are many boat trailers accompanying RV's. The owners are very friendly and the sites varied in lengths and levelness. We found that the 30 AMP at our site(#38) was not working properly. While we had power, we think we really only had 15 AMPS, so be careful. They are very pet friendly allowing us to set up a small x-pen.

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We have stayed here a number of years but this year found that the park seemed to be short on staff. We saw more litter, bathrooms were not kept up as often, and floors were dirty. The expansion at the park is very nice accommodating more rigs. They are very dog friendly here.

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We stayed here to attend the annual Reno Kennel Club dog show and found the sites quite comfortable with very nice staff. There isn't a lot of shade and it can get windy. Our TV antenna worked fine. The casino was very close and all the sites were clean. Although we were on gravel (by choice), we liked our site along the river.

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What a wonderful & large park. A lot for kids to do and very friendly staff. This KOA is located right across the street from Fort Stevens State Park and made for a nice central 'home' spot while we went sightseeing. Very dog friendly, too!