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We stayed here for a month and the price reflects the monthly rate. We were in Lincoln City and had planned to continue our four month trip in central and eastern Oregon but it was so hot there we decided to hang out on the coast. Moved down to Newport and absolutely loved it. We had an ocean view site in the upper tier that was extremely spacious. The ocean front spot in front of us was not being rented and we had an unobstructed view of the ocean and lighthouse. The grounds are beautiful and well maintained. The clubhouse has everything you need from a large indoor pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, rec room, fitness center, community room and laundry. Easy access to stunning beach. We found everyone, including owners, to be very friendly and helpful. We had no trouble with hookups and Wi-Fi worked well for us most of the time. The digital cable box you need to check out to use cable makes it an extremely difficult proposition, requiring us to buy a second coax cable and running it out our living room window. However, we found the TV antennae worked extremely well and opted for that instead along with satellite. Considering everything, felt the price was worth it and would love to go back.

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Stayed here a week exploring the coast. Staff was great. Had an issue with a large family tent, trailer and two vehicles all crammed onto an RV pad next to us, with gear and stuff everywhere. Staff handled the situation very promptly and professionally, moving them to an end spot and allowing them to pitch the tent on the grass next to the site. Made them happy, and us too. RV park built on upward slope. Sites and roads are paved but narrow and not very level. Utilities and cable worked well. Wi-Fi was great at times but for the most part lousy and we had to rely on our Verizon MiFi. Satellite coverage was good. Restrooms were fine, a bit dated but clean. Lovely lake right across the street. Would stay here again.

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We stayed here a week touring the wine country. Beautiful RV park. Absolutely nothing bad to say about it. The park is on Highway 18 but tucked back about a quarter mile so road noise is no issue. Check in queue is large and staff is super friendly. Sites are large and level with concrete pad, small shade trees and picnic tables that convert to benches. Hook ups and cable reception were very good. Wi-Fi was excellent. No problem picking up satellite. Restrooms are modern and spotless. Huge areas for pet walking, including the adjacent Evergreen Space Museum campus, which is connected to RV park via walkway. Would love to stay here again.

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Heed the RV park's advice and approach the park from the Washington side on Highway 14 if you have a big rig. The Hood River bridge is one of the narrowest bridges ever, barely enough room for passenger cars. It's also a toll bridge and will set you back a dollar every time you cross it. You still have to navigate one narrow bridge and about five tight tunnels on Highway 14. Too bad because I-84 on the Oregon side is so much quicker and easier. The park is small. Check in area is a little narrow and congested. Site pads are a bit small and toads are parked as best as they can along the front or back of sites. The park is a bit noisy, with highway traffic on one side and train traffic on the other. The sites are somewhat level. Utilities, cable and WiFi very good. Most all sites seemed well positioned for satellite. The staff is very nice and runs a tight ship. Great pet area. Restrooms modern and very clean early but could have used a freshen up as day went on. Nice laundry. Would stay here again.

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We stayed here a week exploring Rainier and Mt. St. Helens. We have a 43' and toad. Getting to and from our site was a real challenge. Got some tree branch and shrub rash trying to get out. As much as we liked our lakeside site, we might stay in one of the upper terrace spots next time which are easier to get in and out of and have satellite reception, which our site did not. The park is laid out very strange and is very dark at night. Would encourage folks to get there before dark. Aside from our troubles getting in and out, it was a great stay. Staff is very friendly and efficient. Park is beautiful and well maintained. The lake is beautiful and we rented a kayak one day. They also have small boats and jet skis. Sites were pretty level. Gravel roads and sites. Highway noise no issue. Restrooms were modern and spotless. WiFi was awesome and cable very good. Nice areas to walk dog. Would stay here again.

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We stayed here for a week to explore the peninsula. It's a very small, quaint park right in the heart of Sequim. It is just off the main road but far enough from Highway 101 so noise wasn't much of a problem. Make sure you follow the park's directions for getting there, they are helpful. One way in and out so you need to drive through park and just before you exit you stop at office and then go back out and come in again to get to your site. Check-in was very pleasant and the two sets of hosts that run the park are super friendly and helpful. The sites are asphalt and level. The hosts will ask you to put plastic blocks under jacks to protect asphalt. They'll loan you some if you don't have them. Grassy area on patio side with picnic table and gravel cut-out on utility side to make it easy to do your hookups. Cable, Ethernet and Wi-Fi all good. Some shade trees but no problem with satellite reception. Restrooms spotless. Nice area next to office with activity room and covered patio with benches, chairs and complimentary morning coffee. Very small dog walk area but plenty of opportunities outside the park. Would love to stay here again.

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We were here a week and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The only negative was the WiFi. We were on the back side of the lake and rarely were able to get on. When we did, we'd often get booted off and then our free, daily one hour session was over. Very frustrating. The park is beautiful, wonderfully landscaped and impeccably maintained, the restrooms are very nice and spotless, most sites seemed pretty level, roads were paved and satellite reception was good. We had a back in site on the lake and were surrounded by grass. We sat out back on the picnic table and watched the ducks and geese swim around. There are forested trails around the perimeter and a walk around the park provides almost a mile of exercise. Hated to leave, would definitely stay again.

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Stayed 10 days in a pull thru with cabana and bay view. So much to like about this place. Registration area is tight and getting to your site is a little tricky with narrow roads and congestion. Interior roads and sites are gravel but flat. Grass on patio side but surprised it didn't look better in NW with all the rain. Staff was very friendly. Utilities were good. No shade to speak of but great satellite coverage. Restrooms and laundry were spotless and very nice. Plenty of dumpsters. WiFi was fantastic. Walking/bike path thru park to town a real bonus. Bay view is lovely. Small stretch of beach you can walk on and go clamming with permit. Clubhouse, patio and boat ramp all nice amenities. Cabana site worth the price for us....gives you two sites, one for rig and other for toad plus sheltered cabana with picnic table. Hated to leave.

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We stayed here five nights while exploring North Cascades Nat'l Park and Lake Chelan. Check in queue was ample and staff was friendly. Streets are paved. Sites are gravel, mostly flat and wide enough for slides and awnings. Lots of overhanging shade trees so you need to pick site carefully if you want to use satellite, and there is no cable. Grassy area on patio side. Utilities were fine. Wi-Fi was good when park empty but when it filled half way getting on became impossible. Most sites have nice view of Methow River, which is very impressive. Huge grassy field to play with pets and a second area with covered pavilion for BBQs. Restrooms were very dated, toilet stalls ridiculously small and cleaning schedule not sufficient.

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A beautiful setting in north Spokane. It looks like they carved out the sites from a forest. With that said, getting into the sites and getting out the slides was a challenge. You are literally wedged into your site, and we needed to actually clip a few branches so as not to damage our rig. Great privacy with all the different trees lining each side of the sites. Streets and sites are paved and level. Small grass area in front and back with a bricked area in between with a picnic table. Again, very tight quarters. Easy access off the highway and great location for getting around. The check in queue was ample and the staff was fine. The restrooms were dated but very clean and well maintained. The shower stalls were super small. Don't drop your soap! Very little road noise, great large grassy area for pets, nice playground tucked back away from sites, nice covered pavilion with tables and BBQ, small indoor pool and a major grocery store right across the highway. Cable was great and WiFi was good, if you could get on, which we very often couldn't. Would definitely stay here again.

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We really enjoyed our stay here. The check in queue is a little tight. The staff was super friendly and had us set up with a list of wineries and restaurants by the time we left check in. The streets are paved but the turns are tight. Highly recommend big rigs with tows unhook at check in or outside the park and wait until you get out of the park to hook back up. The sites are level and paved with good space on the patio side to get slides and awnings out. Grassy areas on patio side. Utilities are way back so you may need extenders. Good shade trees. Great cable and WiFi. Restrooms a bit dated but clean. Very convenient location for seeing the area. Would stay here again.

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We were there on Treaty Weekend, a three day celebration for the Yakima Nation. This no doubt affected our view of the park and our stay. The park, although supposedly reserved for park guests, was overrun with locals who were next door at the Cultural Center and in the area for the parade and festivities. That led to crowded and dirty restrooms, an over-run pool and a lot of noise. The WiFi did not work at all for us and surprised other reviewers thought it was good. Only some of the sites had cable, something we became aware of only after we were all set up. Ours wasn't one of them even though we thought we had a premium site. We also were not told, but read in the fine print of the brochure two days later, that all leveling jacks were supposed to have plastic supports underneath so as to protect the asphalt and damage could cost you $250. Naturally you could buy the plastic supports in their general store. With that said, and on some other weekend, it could have been a different experience. The park is spacious, lots of grass, level and roomy sites and a nice walking path around the perimeter. Not much shade. Would probably look to stay somewhere else next time.

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Our stay here started off very bumpy. The route we used was much shorter but involved three miles of washboard road that left our rig and toad rattled and a dirty mess. Google Maps and our rig GPS had us exiting I-84 (coming from Boise) at the Foothills exit and connecting with Hot Lake Lane. What you want to do is to stay on I-84 until exit 265/Highway 203 and work your way back on Highway 203 to Hot Lake Lane. The RV park itself was very nice. Very nice rural setting. The grounds are lovely. The sites are a grass/gravel mix. They are long and fairly level. No concrete pad but picnic table and grass between sites. Pretty quiet and beautiful starred nights. WiFi worked well and our site got good satellite reception. No cable. The restrooms are clean but a bit dated. Used the RV park as a base to explore the Hells Canyon area. A couple full days driving to see it all but well worth it.

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We stayed a week and wish we could have stayed longer. We wish we could pick up this RV park and take it everywhere we go. We don't have one complaint. A rural feel but just off I-84. Plenty of registration parking and staff was super. Sites are super spacious with huge concrete pad, picnic table and grass. Cable and WiFi were great. Individual restrooms with toilet, sink and shower were spotless and included fresh cotton bath mats. The off leash pet area included lush grass and benches. There was a path around the perimeter of the park, maybe a half mile in length, to also walk your dog with poop cans and bags along the way. The pool and spa were inviting. The recreation room and weight room were first class. They even let you hose off your tow and rig! Extremely good value. The streets were wide and the spots were easy to get in and out of. Great location to explore Boise, the Snake River and wine region. Would love to stay there again.

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Stayed here overnight on our way to Boise. There was nothing really wrong with the park but we just didn't like it. Access off the freeway was easy, the registration area was large, and the staff was friendly. There were some nice amenities like a small general store, ATM machine, hot dog and Polish sausage cart, and TV lounge. Nice playground and pool. The sites are somewhat level but taper off front and back. No concrete pad, grass, or landscaping. They advertise 70 ft pull thru but they are more like 45 ft and the tow just hangs off the marked site. Most all of the trees are dead. The extended stay area was not well-kept and there were a lot of overgrown weeds. Restrooms were nice. WiFi was very good. Would look to stay somewhere else next time.