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This is the best kept park I ever stayed in. The staff was knowledgeable and helpful. There is a small creek which is nice at the back of the park. The sites are large and have easy access. This one is a great park and on my do again list!

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This is a beautiful park nestled in the trees along the river. The park is about 3 miles from Leavenworth but is easily accessible by even larger MHs. Sites are well kept but only a few are along the river. Staff is friendly and helpful, cable TV is OK. Wi-Fi was weak and Verizon was usable but not strong. The park has mostly level sites and is beautifully kept. We would stay here again and is by FAR the best RV park in the area. Sites are spaced well and a staff member helped us navigate into our site. A gem nestled in the trees.

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As the previous poster stated, there are two areas to camp. RVs with slide-outs are NOT recommended for the few RV spaces in the Hotel parking lot area. The newer park has a more room, level sites and a nice space to walk dogs. The casino shuttle does come when you call and the park kisok check-in using a credit card is very easy. I believe you can get a discount if you take your receipt and your Players Card to the desk inside the casino. No bathrooms/showers so you must be self-contained. The dump site is at an awkward angle but usable. We have stayed here over the years for an overnight while in transit. Nothing fancy but solid power, water and Verizon signal.

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Excellent overnight stop. Verizon was VERY strong. Pull-through sites for the most part with lots of room between them. Great dog walk area. It is not fancy but very clean, level gravel sites with easy access on and off the freeway and in the park. Staff was very helpful. Only reason for a 9 was that some of sites are very close to the front area where the trucks and dry campers move in and out so not so quiet on that end. Our site was away and very quiet. We will stop here again.

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Thousand Trails members rate. Park is in a beautiful setting, but the drive in is a bit difficult as it is over very steep large hills from 101 northbound and then ends via a very narrow access road with corners so tight they have mirrors mounted to see around the corner! Luckily no traffic coming out as we went in. Most of the park is tiered with lots of tall grass, hills and trees surrounding dirt and gravel sites. VERY quiet and peaceful. 30 amp electric is steady, good water and we got strong Direct TV with no issue. Verizon was very marginal but with my signal booster got out fine. We would come here again. This is about 24 miles out of Santa Barbara; a slow, curvy drive to be sure. No quarrel with park itself.

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For an urban park, this is a great place to stay while in Anaheim. We have been here before and will return in the future. While there is some freeway noise when outside, we heard zero inside the RV. The park is not located on a busy street, but a quiet side street. The staff was superb in assisting with information, purchasing of Disney tickets, and any kind of assistance we needed. Muffins, coffee and a newspaper were provided every day. The shuttle to Disney works very well and 65 up get a three day pass for $5, otherwise is $15. The shuttle bus has it's first pickup to Disney and the first drop off here. Sites are level, park is kept spotless and sites are ample for all slides to be out. Grass for the dogs and a safe place to stay. We'll be back!

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Nice park layout with easy access for big rigs. Lots of room for slides. Is well kept and staff was helpful even though very busy. Park was absolutely full with others like us headed to the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta. Easy access to propane refill at the entrance. Park is away from the freeway and was very quiet. We did not use the amenities as were here only for an overnight stop. We would stay here again.

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This is a nice park and the staff was excellent. Large sites with easy access for large rigs. We had a space overlooking the highway so has a fair amount of road noise. Views of the Moab Rim were amazing. Only a few sites had shade. Lots of sheltered tent spaces available as well as the RV sites. Onsite cabins are also there. Some trees and grass but not at our site in the "front" row. Great electric and water. Owner provides Jeep tours for a fee - was a wonderful experience and very well done. We would stay here again even with the road noise.

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Was an overnight stop. Lots of long term residents and some of them were racing gas powered remote controlled cars around in front of us. Sites were side by side but large enough but power was a bit iffy at our site. Was quiet at night and was an OK overnight stop. Passport Rate was $15. Staff was helpful but the park had zero amenities of any kind and one set of garbage bins for all. Would maybe stay here again in a pinch.

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Very nice park for a quick stop. Our site, and many of them, do start to tip down at the front of the site, otherwise I would have rated it a ten for what it is. Amenities can be used at the hotel but it is two blocks away, a short walk or shuttle ride away. Quiet park, great walking area and dog run. Staff was helpful and very nice. All sites are open with no screening in between. Easy to find as the entrance is right on Highway 101 but the park is very quiet at night. We will stay there again.

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Smaller park with lots of permanent residents who had many unattended and barking dogs. Spaces were narrow, all dirt and gravel and some areas of the park could pose a challenge for larger RV's. Most sites are under trees. Office had a gas station onsite and most of the items in the store were covered in dust: not a great first impression. Got zero information from the gal in the office about the park or the area. Was quiet and close to the freeway. OK for an overnight in a pinch.

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A rather expensive place to stay for what we got. This is a small park and rather tight getting in to most back in sites. Some sites do not seem very level. Trees complicate the backing in as well an narrow roads. This is on a hill and sites feel close together. Cable TV only got a few channels, many less than the park says on their brochure, but Wi-Fi was strong and free. OK for a night or two but not sure I would choose here again.

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Rate is Passport America - available for a 2 nights stay. Campground is close to Amana but in a country setting. Sites are level, large, large grassy area between sites. All sites are pull throughs but when crowded, you would have someone backed in right behind you as they are all set up as dual sites. Dirt/gravel access roads. Easy access for large rigs. Sites are level, good free WiFi, and strong electric. Staff was very helpful even escorting us to our site and had lots of locals information for us. Would stay here again.

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End of the season stay. As always, pricey KOA prices but a well maintained park with nice large spaces. No cable TV and a 30 amp site. Good for a quiet overnight close to I90 and just east of Albert Lea town.

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An out in the country, out of the noise, beautiful little park. Easy access from I-90. Tree coverage over most of the park, no TV and limited sites with satellite sky access if that is important to you. Friendly, helpful staff. Easy long pull through site for my 38'MH and car. Level sites and while it has limited amenities, a great country overnight stop.