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Greeted by owner upon arrival. Checked in by new employee who was cheerful and helpful. Owner directed everyone to their sites and assisted them with parking. Beautiful setting with mountains all around and framed on three sides by a creek with bass and trout. Unfortunately, we were only here for 1 night. Some of our group plan to return on their way back home.

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Privately owned, husband & wife team. Pleasant and thoughtful of campers. Well mowed grassy areas with shade at most campsites. 5oA or 30A sites with water and sewer available. Graveled roadways and camp site parking. Beautiful forest all around the campground. We are only here for 2 nights, wish we were staying longer.

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We were surprised by the 6PM checkin time with a $2/hour penalty for early arrivals. We had signed up for a 50 A site but received 30A. Check in is at the gated entry where you pay the balance for your stay beyond the deposit. The young woman at the gate was cordial. She was the only employee we ever met. There was a tight U-turn required to get to our camp area immediately after the entry gate. Trees and bushes overhung the entrance and exit drives making contact with the coach. The 30A plug receptacle arced and damaged my pigtail. There was noone available to talk to about that as we left.

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Carmen end Ed, the owners have been very helpful with our group of 9 rigs. Check in is efficient and thorough. Gravel drive ways to the camp sites are well maintained. Site access is easy with wider than usual pull through sites. There are also many backin sites. Some sites are shaded, some are not. There are pleasant playgrounds for children, a clean swimming pool, and even 10 horse shoe areas. We enjoyed use of one of the roofed shelters. We would stay again.

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The park is well kept and clean. Office staff is cordial and helpful. Access to campsites was easy with an escort to the site. Gravel roads make it difficult to ride a bike. There s no dog park. Dogs must be kept on leash. We would stay there again. We especially enjoyed a visit to the Thoroughbred Center and the Toyota plant. Both tours were exceptional and we learned a lot.

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Clean, pleasant campground. Gravel roads and campsites. Site was level without need for leveling jacks. Swimming pool was open until 11:00 PM to allow late arrivals an opportunity to use all facilities. Good service from staff. We stayed only one night but wished we had more time to spend there.

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Large clean full hookup sites, shaded by large pine trees. Slides and swings for the kids. Washer and dryer. Graveled driveways at sites. It rained hard just before we arrived, The sites drained nicely. Camp store and lodge area. Lodge is available for rallies and use by other groups. All 6 in our group recognized this as the most pleasant campground in our month's travels through 11 states. The best part of our travel day after a 7 hour drive through heavy rain was the warm greeting by the owner when we arrived. Her warm smile reminded me of my favorite movie star, Doris Day. We look forward to an opportunity to return to this beautiful, restful place.

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Clean park. Grassy sites. Unpaved roadways. We arrived after dark, the narrow driveway entrance looked forbidding. We made it in without incident. They had left a park map for us showing our assigned site as well as pull-throughs that we could use for the night. Their sign at the entrance is easy to miss even during the day. Our site was wide enough to park on a diagonal to the road as we could not fit when perpendicular to the road. Tree branches at the rear of the site hung down on the coach. We could receive no TV from our site. The park was heavily used by seasonals who use the park as their summer home.

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Clean quiet rustic setting. Friendly helpful staff. 30 amp in the old section near the lake. 50 amp on the hill. Canoes available at no additional cost to campers. No license required to fish, artificial bait only, catch and release. Owner's daughter was greeter at check-in. Owner showed us 2 sites on the hill with 50 amp and 1 site with 30 amp near the lake. We chose the 30 amp. TV reception would be better on some of the hill sites because the park is heavily wooded. We received 12 broadcast channels near the lake. Sites are grassy with gravel entry roads. I had a problem with my car. The owner had an employee take me to town to get necessary parts. I will return.

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Pleasant well maintained campground. The owner is pleasant and helpful. We received a drive through site as we are only passing through for a one night stay. Water, electric, and sewer connections are easily accessible and in good condition. Good WiFi connection. Although this is a small park, the laundry and clubhouse are inviting. There is seating available if you wish to sit on the shaded office front porch. We would stay here again and feel comfortable to recommend it to others.

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Campground is an open field with water, electric, and sewer in the middle so that all sites are drive through. Entrance is narrow with trees close to driveway on both sides. Debris is piled on right side as you enter. There were two 50 amp outlets. It was necessary to avoid an overhead branch as we were directed to drive around a tree to get into the site. There were knee high weeds, horse droppings, and ant infested mulch covering the muddy part of the campsite. Some of the Water faucets worked. Some did not. We stayed only one night rather than three as planned. This was the least desirable campground that we have ever seen.

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Passport America and Escapees discounts available. Office check in was quick with a map given to direct us to our site. Site was graveled but sufficiently off level to keep our entry step from opening. Park is adjacent to what appears to be a sewage plant. Rate was reasonable for facility provided. Shower and toilet were clean, rest of park showed lack of maintenance.

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This is an Escapee park and provides discounts to Escapee members. We received a prompt call back after calling to see if they had a vacancy. We were assured a pull through space as we planned to be there only one night. We were warmly greeted upon our arrival. The owner directed us to our space. 50 amp, water, and sewage hookups were conveniently arranged on a pleasant grassy site. She recommended a restaurant within walking distance. All staff were helpful by answering questions. A Museum and the town were within walking distance. I would have enjoyed spending additional time in this well maintained friendly park. We will return. The park is family and pet friendly.

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Park is for Escapee members only. The office is run in a very business like manner. But this was the least friendly Escapee park that we have visited. Although the park has a large fenced area for dogs, all other grassy areas are posted with no pet signs. One of the lease holders complained that I walked my dog in the wooded area directly behind our site, said that dogs could only be walked in the dog run on the other side of the park. The park has a very nice club house with library, game room, pool table, craft area, iron, and ironing board. Many events are scheduled, but park visitors are not invited into conversations with most lease holders. The grounds are beautifully maintained. Electric voltage varies throughout the day. Our clothes dryer burned out, probably as a result of low voltage. Our neighbor on the lot adjacent to ours was outstanding. They provided local knowledge and even drove us into Port Angeles.

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Dusty and muddy at the same time. Pick your own site after paying. The highest sites are the least level. Small trees beside campsites provide no shade but are close enough to contact the sides of the motorhome when slides are extended. Plan to block up sewage hose to the height of the connection. OK for overnight. Not a campsite we plan to return to.