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Park your rig on the grass. Level sites. Very high water pressure! Nice park with friendly staff. On the bluff just above the western-themed town of Winthrop.

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Average at best. Mostly tight sites on dirt. Staff was friendly enough. Had propane.

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Right on the water, next to the ferry terminal - but that's not a problem (ferry's are nearly silent). Sites were basic. Great views of the water and surrounding area.

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Nice newer park. Big rig friendly. Pretty area with pine covered mountains all around. Close to the hwy, but the road is quiet at night. Pay WiFi was weak. Verizon was weak. Nice pool, but it closed early. Good store, and propane.

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Lovely rustic park. All site are surrounded by trees. Near Castle Crags SP (no direct access to the SP). A must for train lovers! The on site restaurant is fun, I'd say the food was average. There is a pool, but it's not available to RV guests (only "hotel" guests). Staff was friendly, but didn't know much about the area (a friend temporally filling in?). We would stay here again.

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Have stayed here several times. Nice newer park, made for big rigs (essentially a very nice parking lot). Nice big swimming pool and club house. The "fountains" have turned into ponds, fully of frogs and algae - maybe not a bad thing? This time we stayed in a Riverfront site - more costly but a nice view of the river and no road noise. We use this as a stop-over on our way to/from Oregon. We would stay here again.

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This is a nice, popular park. It's a bit hilly, but OK for big rigs. Sites are a tight, but again OK. Plenty of big trees. Pool looked nice. The town and water is about a 30 minute walk away (downhill to getting there, UP HILL coming back!). We would stay here again.

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We loved this place. Up in the hills above the Columbia River Gorge - you can't see the water. Tons of big trees. The best sites are up the hill, which makes backing in a bit tricky, but worth the effort! Didn't try WiFi (at office only). Verizon was weak. Many secluded tent sites too. Managers were friendly and helpful.

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Off the highway next to the county airport. No airplane noise. Dry camping. Lots of grass and some trees. It was nearly empty when we were there. Very pleasant.

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The other reviews have pretty much covered it - The park is quiet and very clean. Spaces are tight. Surrounded by lots of trees. About 30 mins from downtown.

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Older park in good clean condition. In a nice quiet area with plenty of trees. Only problem was the breaker in our service box kept popping, switched to an unused box - two sites share one electrical service location, so every other site has to either pull straight in, or stretch their power line. Most sites have hedges between them. Roads a little narrow for big rigs, but acceptable. Good access to the freeway and Vancouver. Owners were friendly. About half the park was full/long timers.

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This place is nice and quiet, not too big, with lots of mature trees and grass. Staff was very friendly and helpful. About 1 mile off 101, at the north end of Lincoln City. Most sites are on the hillside (like steps) but access is good, and sites are wide, so this is actually a plus (only the very biggest rigs might have a problem). We had no problem maneuvering our 35' motorhome. WiFi is weak and slow, OK near the office. They have a new “cable TV” system, that requires a special box - they loan you the box, but I couldn’t get it to work (I didn’t try very hard though). Big grass play-area for kids. Cute little restaurant on site (7AM-11AM breakfast only). We would stay here again.

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Price is for a “standard” site (July 4th weekend). I think this is the most expensive park we’ve ever stayed in! This place was very popular and full. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The park was in excellent shape; all utilities worked well including Wi-Fi, roads were a bit narrow. The pool was a hit, lots of young kids having a good time. When we were there they had fresh pizza, made on site, and live music. The interior sites, where we stayed, were a “pull through” design, but two rigs were parked in each, so if you’re the second one in, you drive-in and back out. Also, if you’re the second one in, you get to look at the back of another RV out your front window. What I didn’t like was that each row alternated, so your “curb-side” faced the next row’s curb side. This would be great for groups, but otherwise, you’re sharing the grass strip, picnic tables and raised BBQ with three other families!? However, it got very quiet in the evening, and road noise was almost non-existent. We would not stay here again, because of the price and the weird parking arrangement.

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Very popular park for families. The weather was hot when we were there and everyone was in the pool or at the on-site water park. Lots for kids to do. Staff was friendly. Park was clean with gravel roads, some dust. We had a water and electric only site. Wi-Fi was weak but OK, our Wi-Fi booster saved the day again. The dump station is right in the driveway, so you block the driveway when using it. We’d stay here again, for a one night stop.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Park is very clean and modern, with paved level sites. Owners are very friendly and helpful. This park is big rig friendly. Located right on the Avenue of the Giants. Great gift shop on site. The giant redwoods edge one side of the park and you can walk out and wonder around the trees right from the park. The park itself has lots of grass, but no bushes or trees to screen sites - it was not crowded while we were there, but if it had been, there would be no privacy between sites. All utilities work fine. Wi-Fi was a bit weak in our area, but our Wi-Fi booster saved the day. The Avenue of the Giants is a beautiful drive, it’s a bit tight for a big rig, but don’t let that stop you. We would stay here again.