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This a small park located between Gull Lake and June Lake. There is some shade during parts of the day. All sites are gravel with hookups at the rear. It can get pretty tight when the park is full, which is most the time. Good tv and wifi. Camp hosts are friendly and helpful. Many returning RVers that stay for many months. Nice walk to both lakes or into town.

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This is a private campground at the end of Twin Lake Road. The setting is beautiful with the lake and hiking trails. There is a nice cafe, gift shop and grocery store so a small community within itself. The RV sites are in amongst the trees and are very close together and uneven at best. There is a row up front with all the largest RVs then trailers of all sorts up through the trees. There is lots of people fishing, paddling, skiing, jet skis, and swimming at the sandy beach. The marina is large and busy.

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Like all the other reviews said the service is perfect. The roads and sites are gravel. There is no TV or I would have rated a ten! The wifi is free and very good. There is a library of DVDs they will lend you for free. The fishing and kayaking was wonderful tho the algae is in full bloom. They give you free use of their paddle boards and kayaks. There is even a boat free to use you just need to supply the motor.

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This is an above average KOA but the price is above average as well. It it is Lake Tahoe! It is located right beside Hwy 50 and you do hear road noise. The sites are on dirt the road is paved and a little tight in spots and some sites would be a big challenge to park big rigs. Here are many tent sites and a few pull-throughs the rest are back-ins. The staff is friendly and quick to respond to any questions or concerns. This is bear country but we didn't see or hear of any while we were there. We had a site that had the small river behind us so the pleasant sound was awesome. I would have rated this park higher but the price was just too steep.

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This is an older park that has been well maintained and reflects the history of the gold rush era. It has varies levels and sites tho all are gravel. The main road is paved and the staff leads you and guides you into your site. There is a fenced in dog run with sawdust at the front of the park. Otherwise there isn't any walking or exercising paths or trails. The historic town of Colimbia is 1/2 mile away but windy steep road does not encourage you to walk into town. Laundry is only $1 a load and the Friday night hotdog feed was fun. It is very quiet and most sites have some shade during the day. I would recommend this park over all the others in this area. Definately the nicest in the area.

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The location is key!! The new lighted walkway to town is awesome!! The beach is just across the street. The sites are all level and the park help is available if you need them. I suggest you take all your drinking water. All along the central coast the water smells like Chlorine and tastes worst!!

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This is a very large and busy RV park. Very convenient to many places and areas. Very clean, level sites, lots of shade, nice staff, good store. Camp Fire Cafe attached to office seemed very busy too.

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There a lot of RV parks in surrounding area but this one is the star!! Large level pull thru sites. Best cable tv I have in any RV park - with lots of channels - loved CSN Bay Area so we could watch the Giants. WiFi was very fast. The facilities are large and spotless. You will not be disappointed here!

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This is almost a perfect RV park!! If there were some shade and cable tv it would be perfect. However, the large level paved and cement sites -- and the fact it usually isn't hot in Central Oregon -- shade really a factor so it is perfect. Easy wide lanes and very quick check-in. I highly recommend.

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This is a state park with electric, water, and sewer. No Wi-Fi. No TV. No radio! The sites are large, level, and easy excess. Lots of shade and lots of wind as located at edge of Columbia River. Quiet except for trains and normal highway noise. The showers were not working - didn't use the restrooms.

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This park is not your normal setup - it is like a village. Narrow roads that make it hard to unhitch because you are blocking the road. Our site was not level, the wifi and tv channels were good. Roads go off into the trees and around a large spread out plot of land. The walk to the river is steep tho well marked and even with low water it is beautiful. Clean facilities, busy pool and hot tub, fun play ground for kiddos, lots of fun things to do in town.

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This is a quiet, clean, well run park that is very convenient to the islands, Bellingham, and the Canadian border. Most of the sites are in the shade with enough room between, great place to walk your dog, clean facilities, good store, and very nice friendly people.

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This is a large and busy KOA in a convenient location to Seattle area. It's three miles off Highway 5, so no highway noise. The spaces are close together and most of the sites are level. The laundry has lots of machines. The pool was small and very busy. Nice staff and large store. My Verizon Wi-Fi worked great and their TV was sufficient but would have liked more channels.

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This is a paved park with cement pads, no shade, VERY tight spots. The location is easy on and off highway 205 and quiet at night. The check-in was easy and polite. You can not put out awnings as you will hit your neighbor's RV. My Verizon worked great and their TV channels were OK.

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Very nice clean friendly park. The laundry had older machines but clean and worked well. The nice tile showers had heated floors! We were back up the hill from the beach front spots and out of the gale force winds. Very quiet and peaceful.