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This could be a GREAT park in that it surrounds a nice size lake for fishing and kayaking/peddle boating. It is pretty rundown though and it does not seem like they are trying to improve it like many of the other TT parks we have been to lately. Our camping site was level with good 30amp power, water, and shade.

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As stated in other reviews, this is basically a very clean parking lot with concrete pads and hookups. Pluses include: fairly level concrete pad; use of hotel pool, fitness room, and hot tub - ask for "room" key when registering. Electric cart service to and from the casino. Grass areas on the perimeter of the area with grills and tables. Nice river walk accessible across the street from the RV area. Decent restaurant in the casino; and $10 free play (that includes an extra $5 for staying at the rv park). Cons include: super bright all night long. Super hot during the day (it was 100+ out) since the RV area is all asphalt and concrete.

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Overall an enjoyable park to stay in with pool, hot tub, shuffleboard, horse shoes, etc. Great location and nice concrete pads with cable, but most are tightly packed together and the road is tight to maneuver into spots. The park itself is split into 2 divided by SE 123rd Street. You check in on the South Side where they give you a map with all the sites including length and satellite access. The South side of the Park is a long one-way road with camping spots on either side dumping out onto 123rd a bit farther East. The South Side of the Park has a dog run, Frisbee golf, family lounge, pool, hot tub (small), horse shoes, and beach access. You can cross the street where the one-way ends, to enter the North side where there are several more spots and an adult lounge with shuffleboard and tv.

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The RV park is only a few blocks away from a cinema and outlet mall as well as about a 1/2 mile from the ocean. Sea Side is one of the nicest Thousand Trails parks we have stayed at (on par with Orlando and Williamsburg). The park itself is split into 2 - South and North. You check into the South Side but the pool and hot tub (enclosed and nice) are on the North Side so it is worth checking that side for availability first. Our site was on the road directly across from the pool and family recreation room with ping pong, billiards, TV, etc. They even made Ice Cream Sundaes one of the days!

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We were almost surprised how nice it was after reading the most recent review. We were expecting gravel pads that were not level and instead found a park with concrete pads, asphalt roads, and some of the cleanest facilities that we have encountered. The rate also includes use of the hotel pool, fitness room, and hot tub - all a short walk from the RV Park. The restrooms/showers are very nice with tile floors and have shampoo/soap dispensers in the showers. The laundry room has 3 washers and 3 dryers that are all kept up and are only 75 cents a load. The wi-fi at the park was the only downfall as it was very slow. The spots themselves have concrete pads, well maintained grass, and include 50amp, water, sewer and cable tv with 60+ channels.

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Small campground right on US 101 with friendly owners and close to the water. We stayed here as part of a Habitat Care-A-Vanner build team and the group was able to get spots next to each other. Ours was a 50-amp site backing to 101 - it was somewhat loud with traffic noise but quieted down around 11 PM so we slept good. The sites are tight but there is a nice common area, a decent little store, and it is a short ride to Brinnon or Qulicene for dinner :). The first day we were here (Sunday) we had no cable tv but the owner had us back up within an hour of us letting them know. We quickly learned the owners will do whatever they can to make your stay decent. We will definitely stay here again.

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The setting is absolutely beautiful - right in the NP with quick access to the city and hot springs. The campground is huge and sites are well spaced, but the price ($33 Canadian) seems high for no-hook-ups within a National Park that you pay to get into.... The campsite itself was right across from the bathrooms which was nice so we could conserve space in the holding tanks. The rules state that you can only run generators from 9-10:30AM and 5-7PM yet I heard generators on at 7AM and at 10PM with Rangers driving by and doing nothing.... The only rules they seem to enforce are the ones to keep bears away (which that is a good thing anyways...).

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I noticed from other reviews that the Park has been in "transition" for a few years now. Well, as with most TT Parks, change is slow and it is still in "transition" but Management seems to be making progress when I compare the place now to the other reviews. Our site had 50A and there was no extra charge. We had a wonderful view of the river out the front window. Behind us was the hot tub, bathrooms/showers, and laundry room. The day we arrived the water was out for about 6 hours as they were installing new, more powerful pumps for the well. The host warned us, but several residents came over as well to warn us/complain. The complaining was almost amusing to me though since almost all units here are self contained so being without water for a few hours during the day should not be a big deal! The hot tub was very clean and I watched them clean it each morning. The pool is warm and clean but rather small. The laundry room was out of order with a sign on the door stating the washers/dryers were not maintained by TT and the company responsible had been called. This seemed odd to me that the whole room would be out of order versus just 1 or 2 machines. Overall, a pleasant experience and would stay here again.

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clean bathrooms and pay showers. Level site but shared hookups causing very tight conditions with the RV next to you. Newly renovated min-golf, boat rentals, and nice walking path along the stream.

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This is our second stay here, but only stayed again because it was the only one with openings in St. Mary or Waterton for that matter (Canada Day and 4th of July). We just don't feel that there is good value for the money here. $43 for a water/electric site that was not very level - it took both the leveling jacks and wood under the tires/jacks to get level. Also, they first tried to put us into one of the "A" loop sites near the entrance, but it was so tight I could not even open the slides, so we asked to be moved.

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This is by far the nicest park we have stayed in this Summer (so far). The grass was constantly mowed, there is a wonderful stream through the middle of the park, and the park is below the town/road in a valley so that it is very quiet. Site was level and plenty of room for slide-outs. We could not get satellite but cable was included with over 60 channels including US and Canada stations. The only slight complaint was that the roads are tight including some tight turns and a one-lane bridge over the creek with an angle coming in to it making it challenging (but doable) for big rigs.

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TT area separate from KOA area. Other reviews had mentioned KOA section nicer, but TT has just renovated several sites to include 50 amp (no extra charge for now), and they are very nice. These are from about site 39 to 52. Was able to get satellite from site 47 but had to find a gap in the trees. The pool is small but nice. Has a small fenced dog area but long dog walk, and nice open areas.

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We just stayed one night between Yellowstone and Missoula but were glad we did. It was clean and the staff were very friendly. The power and water hookups were at the front of the site and my hose wasn't long enough to reach, but they lent me a water hose so all was good. The site was fairly level and there was parking for our tow vehicle on the side. Also, very easy to get satellite reception.

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Very clean and well kept campground with flowers and nice landscaping. It is family owned and they take great pride in it. There are many trees but it is maneuverable with a big rig. Satellite was tricky because of the trees but we were able to get Dish with a portable dish and a long cord. The sites have plenty of room for slide-outs and awnings and there is grass strip between each as well as open space in the back between roads. The office staff members were efficient yet nice and well prepared with information about area attractions and restaurants. We would definitely stay again.

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About as close as you can get to the West entrance of Glacier National Park. The campground offers breakfast Wednesday to Sunday. Laundry facility available as well. Sites are situated on a mountain slope but are somewhat level. Our site was fairly tricky to navigate into though for a big rig. The biggest issue was the low power voltage coming into the rig. The rate reflects Good Sam discount.