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Park roads are gravel and in good condition. Our site was a level gravel back-in with a nice concrete picnic table, fire ring, and shade tree. Perimeter sites are mainly pull-through and interior sites are back-in. There are only six Columbia River view sites with 50 Amp service so reserve well in advance for these spots, it was in the nineties during our stay and could only run front AC .  Office manager was friendly and efficient. All utilities worked fine.  No cable TV, but plenty of network stations off the antenna. Wi-Fi very strong and AT&T works well.

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We are not TT members but based on conversations with other RV'ers we wanted to check out this group of campgrounds for future travel.  We will remain non members based on this stay. We made reservations 3 weeks in advance, when we arrived, were told there were no specific site reservations, drive around, find an empty spot, come back and tell us where you are, be sure to put something on your site so no one else will take it before you can get back. We drove a round the campground, it was very full, lots of really large sites occupied by small travel trailers. This is a large campground and we spent almost 45 minutes trying to locate a site we could get into. Only TT members can make a reservation and be assigned a specific site everyone else gets a self guided tour of the park . Very dusty, site was dirt, no gravel.  If you need Internet, full hookups or plan to watch TV it would be better to skip this park.

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Campground is located on Diamond Lake in Oregon near the scenic byway in the Umpqua National Forest. There is no hookup, no satellite due to the trees and no cell service. We scraped trees branches the whole way to our site, this is not a big rig friendly location. We were there during mosquitoes season and this is the worst I have ever seen them, could not keep them out of our bus or could not walk in park without getting eat up.

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This is a nice, clean, well run park. Interior roads are paved and well maintained. Pads are fairly level on gravel. Some sites have grass, quite a few don't. My only complaint like other reviewers,there is the impression that management appears to be a bit over zealous in their enforcement of park rules, making one watch over thier shoulder for fear that they may be watched, and then yelled at for some infraction. When checking in, be sure you show your Good Sam card PRIOR to using your credit card to pay for your stay or you will not get the Good Sam discount. If in the area again we would look for a different park.

     

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Columbia Riverfront RV Park

Woodland, Washington

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This is a nice, clean, well run park. Interior roads are paved and well maintained. Pads are fairly level on gravel. Some sites have grass, quite a few don't. My only complaint like other reviewers,there is the impression that management appears to be a bit over zealous in their enforcement of park rules, making one watch over thier shoulder for fear that they may be watched, and then yelled at for some infraction. When checking in, be sure you show your Good Sam card PRIOR to using your credit card to pay for your stay or you will not get the Good Sam discount. If in the area again we would look for a different park.

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There are a lot of permanents/seasonal rigs in the park that occupy the back in spots around the perimeter of the park and the rigs that show up for a day or two get assigned the pull thrus. We were given a pull thru 30 amp electric with all the services located at the rear, well away from our sewer opening. The sites are about 60 foot long concrete pull thrus and ours was fairly of level. There are bushes and mature trees that provide some screening, no picnic benches or patios but there is some grass to sit out at night. There was a common room but it was locked. The WIFI is strong and cable is good. The temperature was in the high 80's and with only 30 amps we were able to only run one AC unit making it a little uncomfortable.

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The beach here is a 10 with a great views from our motorhome. The sites were roomy and most were suitable for big rigs. The power and hookups worked well. You can have fires on the beach but the sign says a permit is required. This is a remote area and there is not much in town, the restaurant was closed during our visit but there is a small store on the south side of the campground that had supplies. Second & Third beaches are nearby and worth the hike of about a 1.4 miles. Rialto beach was closed for road repair so we were not able to get the beach. No AT&T Cell service but Wifi was available at office at dial up speeds .This is setup like two different campgrounds with sites on the north being mainly gravel pull-thrus with some grass and a fence between each, unlevel but with a good view. Some have sewer hook-ups on both sides. The part south of the store is more basic. All gravel back-ins with hook-ups and also. Many tent sites are sandwiched in back of the ocean front sites. There are a few toilets and showers back at the store and there are some construction site style portable toilets scattered around. I liked the North side best as it had better separation but hard to get level but the beautiful sunsets is why we came and this location delivered.

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Small park in a great location to see Olympic National Park and other sights in Northwest Washington. Nice grocery store and Ace Hardware right across Hwy. 101 . 15 gravel back-in sites are in the front (near the Hwy) and 15 long grass pull-thru sites in the back of the park along with the dog area. WiFi signal was week and slow but AT%T worked well. Our pull-thru site was over 60ft long and level. Laundry room was clean; washers and driers looked new and worked very well. The pull-thru sites face a collection of permanent mobile homes that are not part of the RV Park but use a common road so there is some traffic and noise but was not a problem. There are some older RV's in the park and a few are not well maintained and looked Junky but over all the park was was clean. Lots to se in the area and this is a great location, would stay here again when in area.

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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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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.