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Sites are spaced out with cement pads with grass between. Most of the 44 sites are pull-through varying in size from about 30 ft up to 60 ft.(Would suggest booking early for a larger site. We were not able to park our car on site but there is plenty of room a short walk away. Restrooms and showers are very clean, tile floor to ceiling. Also have use of pool, and hot tub at resort. Restaurants are available at the casino. Very well maintained. We will stay here again.

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This is a first come first serve campground with a self pay station at the front gate however they hope to have their website up by May 1st and be able to take reservations. Very clean park, 14 RV sites with 50 amp electric & water and 11 tent sites with no services. There is a dump station available and pit toilets. This is a very quiet location along the Toutle River with several nice walking trails. There was only 2 other campers in the park and the host was not arriving for a few more weeks.

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If you take the Hood River Bridge from the Oregon side, be prepared for the narrowest bridge you've ever seen, Lots of traffic, we had to hug the Yellow line and our mirror was mere inches from the rail when passing oncoming cars, thank goodness we did not met one of the many trucks that cross here, it's a real white knuckle experience. It is much better to approach from the Dalles or Cascade locks . The train and highway at the park are noisy but were expected. It looks like there are some permanent residents but they are very neat and tidy. The WI fi and AT&T worked great. The staff very kind and friendly.

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We usually do not stay at KOA as they are more expensive and usually have small and tight sites, our neighbors gave us for Christmas $50 KOA gift card and we decided to use it making the rates more reasonable. This park was a usual KOA, very small narrow sites with a small patch of grass, small concrete pad and a table. The place is clean, the WiFi is horrible, our neighbors had two dogs that barked continuously, there was very little signage to get here and if not for the directions on their website we would have missed our turn. Seemed to be quite a few permanent residents but their sites were tidy and clean. The staff was friendly and but not helpful, we wanted to renew our KOA card in order to take advantage of the 10% discount, they would renew the card but not give us a discount. All KOA's we have stayed at for more than 10 years have always had someone to escorts you to your site and assist in any way needed but not this location. We would probably look for different place to stay if in this area again.

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Of all the parks we have stayed over the past 10 years this is by far the worst. Spaces are tight and there was so much dog excrement on the ground we decided not to hook up utilities because I did not want to wade through it. Of the 20 spaces most are long term and not in the best of shape, our neighbor was not home but had two barking dogs that went on for hours. I would not recommend this park to anyone.

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For $20 with Passport America, it's ok for an overnight but if we had to pay full price of $40 per night would not have stayed. Pull-throughs dirt sites for short stay, no sewer, 30 amp power and is part of a RV storage area for . The sites in front were nicer with full hook-ups/ Nice little patio and picnic table. Quiet area with friendly manager.

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This is a good to stay while visiting Death Valley with full hook-ups. The sites are gravel, but are large and clean. There is a small Casino and surrounding facilities. There is a nice grassed area with a large pond, petting animal pens with goats, donkeys, large cow. There is nothing else in the area, but it is a great spot for a relaxing day or two and Death Valley is just a few miles away.

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The park features large sand dunes with great views, beautiful white sand dunes and a pretty sunset made our stay a pleasure. You can rent plastic discs to slide down the dunes for about $1.00 per hour at the park head quarters. Many of the sites are listed as pull throughs, though they are parallel to the road and not all are big rig friendly Camping area has 26 water and 50/30/20 electric sites, most look pretty level (some are on a slope). with a central dump station.

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Rate includes military discount. This park is well maintained and has a professional & friendly staff. Gated, with an escort to your site very little noise even though it is close to the interstate. Sites are large, level, with well-placed hookups and feature a shaded patio. WiFi did not work at our site and AT&T was spotty at best.There were no obstructions to the rooftop satellite. Junction doesn't have much to offer but the host recommended a Mexican restaurant near the Interstate that was very good.

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We stayed 3 nights in the Lakeside camping loop L71 a premium site with full hookups . Nice site with a good view of the lake. This loop is a little tight for maneuvering 40' motorhomes with a toad, but can be done. Sites at our end of the loop were a little closer than we like but much better than most parks. The State Park is only about 2 miles from I20, so is a good place to spend the night if you are passing through. In addition to the nightly rate of $25 there is a $5 per entrance fee unless you have a Texas State Park pass. The campsites can be a little muddy if it is raining and it did rain 2 out of our 3 night stay.

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An older campground with gravel sites. Some sites are pretty small and hard to get a big rig into, there is not much privacy as all the sites are located in one area. Nice walking trail around lake. No WIFI or dish access due to trees. AT&T cellphone service was 1 bar 4G, to slow to be of much use.

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There are 13 nicely paved campsites, 10 of which are pull-thru with W&E, 50 & 30 amp. We stayed in site 15 one of the pull-thru sites with good hook-ups of water and 50A power. There is about 2 miles of drive-able beach and beatiful views and .75 miles nice raised walkway for bird watching. We walked on the beach (which is hard packed for easy driving) and found a few nice shells. The mosquitoes were so bad that we decided to leave early rather than to fight them for another night.

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About 20 miles west of San Antonio, this is a convenient location to stay and explore the San Antonio area and still enjoying a peaceful and less crowded area. There are 40 pull-thru sites that can accommodate any length RV, full hookups and 30/50 amp service, paved interior roads, on-site host, restroom w/showers, picnic tables, dump station free Wi-Fi(That Works), recreation building w/kitchen, TV/computer station, laundry, playing fields, tennis, nice pool (doesn't open until May however), security fencing, hiking trails (About 3.5 miles in the hills above the park & 1 mile easy walking trail).

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Setting: OK place to stop overnight. Nothing special but I'd stay there again if in the area. Everything worked at the site and it was level. Located near the Amistad Reservoir and Recreation area and a good size city (Del Rio) with most anything you would need. Lots of full time residents and some sites appear trashy with a lot of junk on site, some of the turns are tight without hitting tree limbs.

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This campground used to be the American RV & Marine Resort Rally Campground. This is a very large facility and could accommodate any size RV, the hook-ups are modern and spaces are very wide and long. Only one section was open when we checked in and the office is a 'temporary' modular building. Camping World store is located on across the street and Flying J is conveniently located as you make your way back to the interstate. Although the hook-ups are excellent, this campground is just a large gravel parking lot with virtually no landscaping. The view of the mountains is quite dramatic, however.