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This park has been upgraded since 2009 and now is a very pleasant stay. They have dividers between sites and full service hookups. No TV but there is free Wi-Fi from the Rotary Club. The only down side for our week stay was the weather was extremely hot, arrived in 42 C and stayed about 38 C all week. Across the park one can cool off by plunging into the Kettle River. One down side is the numerous deer that are aggressive since its fawning season. Walking our dog, the deer actually were stalking us, thus we gave them a wide berth. Grand Forks downtown is one block away, people were very friendly, easy to shop and they had a farmers market on Tuesday and Friday. This is a nice clean town. If you want a little more beach, you can drive up the road to Christina Lake for swimming if you have kiddies.

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This park has been let go. The resort is comprised of cabins and an RV park on a hill overlooking a nice valley. The RV section needs major work. Many of the electrical boxes are missing, the sites are not maintained, and pretty rough shape. We were assigned site 34 but it was too short for our 35 foot RV so we ended up in site 32. There are no sewer hookups. Sign in was lengthy and we were over charged. The front end clerk didn't know how to refund our visa so she did it with cash. Its a pity they don't upgrade the park, because the location is wonderful. Some money into infrastructure could make this RV park a real gem.

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Stayed here in November 2013 on the way to Arizona and on the way back March 2014 (for one week each way). We love this park. It's not too big,but clean and folks are real friendly. The hedge between sites makes you feel like you have your own privacy. Dog area is not adequate. However we walked our Weimaraner across the road in the desert. Needles is expensive, so gas up in Bull Head City. It's about 70 cents cheaper per gallon. Needles rips you off on gas. Monthly rate here works out to about $13 a day so if you want to long term it here, it would be a great place to stay.

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Good stop over park, good dog area, but poor Wi-Fi. Sites closer to I-5 could be noisy. Pull through sites were good for out 35 foot RV. This park loses marks due to high cost. We paid 48 with the Good Sam discount.

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This is the best park in the Vernon area; however, as previous reviews suggest, it is very expensive. There is an additional charge of $5.35 per night for WiFi. They have a large area to walk your pets but they must be on a leach. An off leach area would be great. We ended up driving to Marshall Road off leash dog area by Vernon creek which this was fabulous for dogs. People are friendly here and would return again.

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This is a diamond in the rough. Its currently being upgraded. Dirt roads, 25 full hookup spots, tenting spots available. Some full timers. Very pet friendly. Could be bad if it rained; they need to improve the roads. Hopefully this upgrading will be ongoing. This is rustic but has good potential. If not raining would stay here again.

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This is the best private RV Park in Long Beach. We received a discounted rate for staying 10 days. This park is very well run. The folks are very friendly and helpful. We were close to the beach and my dog loved being let off her leash to run. Caution for wide people. If you have to use the men's restroom, the stalls are made for little people. I will definitely return to this park.

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Stayed here 3 nights, was a little disappointed, expected more based on previous reviews. This is a good overnight spot. Its close to highway so lots of road noise. The owners appear to be upgrading the park, but it has a ways to go. We backed on to a good spot overlooking the Bulkley River so that was nice. They advertise their trail into Telkwa, but their part is overgrown and needs a good weedwacker to clear it to make it safe.

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After traveling to Northern BC for 3 weeks, this is one of the best campgrounds we came across. The owners were friendly and take great pride in their park. We had a nice pull through. The grounds are well kept up. We definitely recommend travellers staying at this park and would stay here again.

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Was told this is the best park in Prince George. If this is the best , I would hate to see the worst. This park needs work, for example the picnic tables need repair and paint. On arriving, there was no one to check us in. Found the host cleaning washrooms and was very rude, accused us of arriving too early. Then finally checking us in and had the reservation wrong for the couple we are traveling with. Accused them of being a day early. On observation, this elderly host couple seems too be over worked, maybe this is why she is so cranky. Won`t be back to this park.

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A real gem in the Fraser Canyon. Very friendly staff. Extra wide spots, especially for my 35 foot fifth wheel. Definitely recommend.

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I use this park as the bar for rating all other RV Parks. It exceeds all my expectations and have used this park now several times. It must be noted that this is not a destination spot for families with kids, although they have an indoor pool etc. We used this park as a 2 -3 day stop over. Some folks may not like not having a campfire but the resort folks are quick to set up a fire at the communal fire pits, including the wood free. Will always come back here when passing through Oregon.

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Unfortunately we hit this park in real bad weather so it was hard to get a great feel for the park. They advertise being Pet friendly, yet they have no official dog area and are very strict about dogs being on leash. Saw the caretakers several times giving a bad time for dogs being off leash. I have no problems with strict dog rules however you must provide adequate dog run areas, their camp layout shows you a dog run at the lower lever, however full timers are parked and back on to this so called run area.

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This park is big, beautiful and immaculate, however as previous folks suggest, there are flaws. First it is expensive. Second, dog owners need not apply, as earlier reviewers suggest, they are pretty (strict) about dogs. They charged me an extra $1 per day and only have a match stick for a dog run on the opposite side of the park. They have a sheet with many doggie rules: in other words don't bring your dog. We had to take our Weimaraner off site to a vacant lot across the road. Judging from the amount of doggie poo, lots of other folks are doing the same. Thirdly, they do not have free Wi-Fi. You sign up with a company: $4 per day. We and our friends found out their web site collects the money, but good luck surfing or doing your email. Phoned their support line and got a voice recording to take a message. Needless to say I left a harsh message about a refund. Finally got their tech support: they blamed management for not allowing proper infrastructure. Finally, our friends wanted to do their laundry, they had to purchase a laundry card for $20, it has a chip on it that tracks your usage. Plus there is a $3 charge for the card itself. Our friend used $6 worth and expected to get a refund for the difference. After a huge argument with management she got a partial refund. Just a few comments about Palm Springs. Being our first time here, as a tourist mecca, I expected it to be immaculate. I did not expect to see the amount of litter on the sides of the road and the poor condition of the roads.

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I did not have high expectations for this site, it was to get us through a busy weekend. First site assigned was too short for my 35' RV. The manager agreed to give us a pull through at normally a back to back site. Found the folks very friendly. Surprisingly, very quiet at night.