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The park was poorly maintained, littered with trash, fallen limbs and leaves, and unwatered greenery. The wi-fi was too weak to use. The dump is located near the entrance, and we had to back in at an inconvenient angle, dodging children who were allowed to run and ride bikes in the area. We had to partially block the way of incoming and exiting campers. We won't be visiting this park again.

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We arrived at this park without reservations (off season) on a rainy night, after a miserable trip over the Cascades in the fog. After trying to understand the instructions for self-check-in for after hours, we decided to drive through so we could see what sites were available. I think we drove through the wrong way and alerted the manager, so when we returned back at the check-in spot, he drove up behind us and helped us through the check-in process. He then led us to the spot, and helped us hook up and gave us the codes for the Wi-Fi and restrooms. As it turned out, we were the only campers there, which might be why the Wi-Fi was perfect and fast! The next morning we were able to see what a beautiful, clean park we were in. We couldn't believe how pristine, large, and well-appointed the bathrooms were. They would have done a 5 star hotel proud! We were almost sorry we were just passing through. This would be a good destination park for spending time near the Cascades. We'd love to stay there again.

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We were able to get a campsite without a reservation, (mid-week & off season) and found the check-in process to be very smooth and professionally handled. We had a drive-through spot, but we had to unhook in order to fit our truck in our site. The sites were fairly close together, affording us just enough space for a couple of lawn chairs beside the trailer. The Wi-Fi and TV hookups were excellent. If the park had been full it would have been inconvenient to get our dog to the pet area, but we were able to cut across without going through anyone's campsite. A nice, paved walking path goes along the Truckee River adjacent to the park. The trail goes on to a public day park that would be great for kids. Considering that the RV park is in the city and a short drive from shopping, restaurants and casinos, it is a fairly good buy.