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To RVPR: I am from Germany and my English is not perfect. If I have written a word or phrase that is not understood, please correct it so that my review can be posted. The price is based on PA. The campground is not worth the money. This is an old campground. It is the worst Campground we know. Wifi only in reception area. It is very slow. No TV. The lady at the front desk was not friendly. We will certainly come not back.

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To RVPR: I am from Germany and my English is not perfect. If I have written a word or phrase that is not understood, please correct it so that my review can be posted. The price is based on PA. There are places for 15 $ and 16.50 U.S. We stood right on the River. Fantastic views of the river and the mountains. Seals swim by. The owner and his wife are very friendly. It is quiet there. There is free wood for Campfire. The wifi is very fast. We love this place and would definitely come back.

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The price is based on a Passport America discount. The campground is located on Hwy 101. Close to Florence--five minutes by car. Nevertheless, it is relatively quiet, even at night. The campground has only few lots. Better phone the owner first. The owner is very nice. There are very good cable TV and Wi-Fi. We did not look at the showers, toilets, or laundry. The place is definitely worth its $15. We will be happy to come back.

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The rate cited is with a KOA discount card. The staff are very friendly. Nice little place. Everything is clean and OK. Only complaint, Wifi is very very slow, sometimes it does not work. For cable TV, there is a complementary box. There is a new cable TV system being installed; when it is finished it should be easier. We love to come back.

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We chose this campground because of its proximity to the city center. It is only about 8 miles from downtown. It is only 15 minutes if the road is clear. We park our car one mile away from the campground at Delta Park (for free) and rode the tram to the city center. Only 20 minutes. A day ticket costs $5. The campground itself is OK except for the planes that start flying over at 6 AM, sometimes into the night, permitting no restful sleep. The staff was very rude when we arrived. No Hello, no Welcome, no personal word. Because it is close to the city center, we would come back. But for a maximum of 2 or 3 days. We cannot tolerate the noise longer than that.

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First the positive: the staff are very friendly. There is a fast Internet and good cable TV. It is extremely quiet, you can hear only the sea rushing. You go 15 minutes to the sea. With Passport America, the price 15 dollars per night. Morning and evening, deer come to visit. There is a large playing field and a children's playground. Negative: the campground needs upkeep. There are mobile homes and small houses that are long past their prime. There is only 30 amp power available. The sites are made of grass and gravel, somewhat unlevel. Nevertheless, we like to come back, because the location is very good and the price OK.

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The campground is very quiet in a wooded area. There are shady and sunny places. The price is based on Passport America. Good location between Mount Rainer and Mount St Helen. Very fast internet. The owners are very friendly. We would definitely come back again.

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The campground is $35 per night or $180 per week. It is very quiet, beautifully situated on the lake. In the office, very friendly employees. For visitors to the city of Seattle, the location is ideal. However, you need a vehicle (Towing-Car). The wifi is extremely fast. We felt very comfortable here and would definitely come back.

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It is not a campground, more like a parking lot. Narrow shelves of asphalt. Due to its close location to the Interstate, it is very very loud. The Internet is extremely slow, sometimes it does not run at all. The sewer from the neighboring site was blocked. The gray water and black water ran across the pavement. It stank horribly. This was at 6 pm and no one was in the office. No one cared. Also at the emergency phone number no one could be reached. And this for 45 US$ per night. Even Home Depot is better. Never coming back here again.

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The campground was OK. Only the unfriendly staff member at check-in caused a lower rating. Very good: very nice warm and big pool, just 3 minutes walk, is included in the price from the campground. We enjoyed the pool and used it often.

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The campground is conveniently located for visiting the Glacier NP, only 15 minutes by car. The daily rate of $28 with 10% Good Sam discount. Breakfast is included in the price. It is quiet here, the highway is barely audible. The employee in the office is very friendly and helpful. Washers and dryers are brand new. Ice is free. The showers and toilets are very clean. We love coming back.

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The rate was $28 incl Tax and WiFi and Reflects the Passport America Card and is about all the park is worth. If you want to use the internet with 2 notebooks, they charge twice at about $3. We would not stay here again. It is pretty much just a large parking lot with a few bushes here and there. If you are lucky enough to see the lake, it is just a partial view because of industrial buildings blocking the scenery. The pool and spa was not heated.

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Big lots, clean and neat all over; very good WIFI, nice view of the lake & mountain; owner is very nice and helpful. We would like to come back.

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Warm welcome, friendly staff, shade sites, clean, neat piece of land, quiet and peaceful. We liked it a lot. Interesting museum. Free Wi-fi at the museum/office. A little negative is that the next supermarkets/restaurants/shops are 7 miles away, but we are towing a car- so no problem for us. We would, of course, stay in this park again.

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The location is top: a few steps to the ferry that goes to Manhattan South, or on foot about 10 minutes, and the "path" runs about 15 minutes to the subway "World Trade Center". It is not a campground, but a parking lot with water and electricity, and no sewer. There is a central dump station. It is relatively quiet, although a construction site behind the parking lot. But at night, they do not work. From the harbor, 100 yards away, there is a beautiful view of the lights at night. That was the positive side. And now the bad points: The showers and toilets are absolutely filthy. Should not use it ... The staff that we have encountered during the day, are very rude. Unlike the night watchman. He was very nice and helpful. There is internet, but very, very slow - sometimes not. Overall, the place was $80, is way too expensive. But it's close to Manhattan.