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This is truly a resort. It's gated and feels safe. So clean. Office staff were friendly and helpful. The pads are huge. We could have parked another 5th wheel in our site and still have had room for tow vehicles. There's lots of area for kids to play. There are two fenced dog areas as well as a large open field where dogs can be off leash. The ONLY downside to this park is its distance from Spokane. It's a 30-40 min drive each way.

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What a pleasant place to stay! I think it would be a little crowded if all the spaces were full, but that will probably only happen during the fair. The fairgrounds owns a lot of adjacent property, one of which is bordered by blackberry bushes. That lot also has two apple trees, two pear trees and two Italian plum trees. What a treasure! The camp host was very friendly and helpful. There were several full-time RVers and they organized some activities.

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We stayed here twice this summer. The place is very clean and well-cared for. I've never seen a laundry facility so clean. Wash loads are $1.50 for regular or $1.75 for extended wash. Dryers are $.75 for 45 minutes. There is an adult rec room attached to the laundry w/ a TV, some games and a jigsaw puzzle. Not noted on signage and their park map, is a fenced pet area behind the pool. This is a great addition to the property. The old area has become a parking lot. They were very good to tell us about the regular watering schedule. The sprinklers are a deluge and will soak anything left out. People park on the interior roads of the RV park, which can create an issue.

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Beautiful, peaceful park right on the Coeur d' Alene River. The pads are concrete and level. The grass is kept mowed in a large area so pets can be walked in comfort. There is no wifi available in the park. Also, there's no cable or air channels. Some road noise from the nearby interstate. It's the price to pay for easy on/easy off.

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The owners have owned this campground for YEARS and it shows in a good way. They know what they are doing and get people checked in and escorted to their sites with minimal fuss. We were given a very long pull-through with easy-in and easy-out. While there is not a fenced dog area, there is a LOT of room to walk the dogs. The laundry facilities are clean and well-maintained. $1.25 to wash and $1 to dry (45 min). We would return. The campground is 5 miles west of Mitchell, SD and just off the interstate. We were not bothered by road noise.

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First the bad. It's expensive! There's a $45 cancellation fee. If you stay later than the 11 AM check out time, they charge extra. For the cost, there should be a fenced off-leash dog area. Now for the good. We really liked this park. It's beautiful! Office person was very nice. The dog walk areas are more than adequate. It's a steady incline from the RV sites up to the end of the campground so it's easy to get a little aerobic exercise in and stay in the park. There's an old mine just off the property that has fairly easy access and is mildly interesting. This is NOT within walking distance to downtown Deadwood. There is a shuttle that comes by twice an hour. We chose to drive into town because there was road construction and the shuttle wasn't very consistent on its timing. (Not the fault of the shuttle. Road construction had traffic down to one lane with a pilot car. There was a lot of waiting in a long line of vehicles.) Though we enjoyed our stay, I don't know if we'd stay here again because of the cost.

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The park is a few miles from the Garryowen exit...be sure to take the frontage road on the west side of the interstate (the other frontage road dead ends before the campground. The sites are nice and long. Ours was perfectly level. We were given a site close to a gap in the fence which leads to a pasture and where our dogs could run off-leash. There are nice walking trails in the pasture. A small hill is close by and they've placed a flag on the top of the hill. Visiting the flag is a good way to briefly get aerobic.

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Beautiful RV park! The park is terraced so every site has a view. Even the dog walk areas are pretty. They stay pretty full with some full-timers and semi-full-timers so it's best to make reservations. The owner has purchased 15 adjoining acres and is currently working on that to create additional spaces. I usually consider it a big down side for a park to have a lot of full-time campers but the full-time people in this campground are neat and keep their sites clean. The sites are long and level. We would definitely stay here again if the need arose.

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Very nice, and nicely laid out campground. Owners are very helpful. Attention has been paid to making the area look attractive by planting flowers. The site was not level side to side. There had been a lot of rain and the door side of the site was quite low. There's a shaded, fence-in dog run which our dogs and I enjoyed. The owners have some local wines and are happy to pour tastes of what they have open.

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This our second time to stay here and will stay again. There are a lot of trees in the park. It's quiet. I like that they provide a small recycling area. There is a nice, fenced-in dog run that's big enough for our 60# dogs to run a little in. It is a little walk from the campground but that gives the dogs good sniffing time. Other dog walk areas are on both sides of the campground.

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Loved this park! It's quiet with squirrels, rabbits, birds and lots of big cottonwood trees. There's a nearly 1 mile nature walk about 1/4 mile down the road.

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What a beautiful RV park! The owners keep the place clean and mowed. There's a lovely little creek and bridge to cross it. Many trees including a young orchard that is home to many birds. The campground is only about a block from town. So the trains...yes there are trains...all day and all night and they are about 3 blocks away. They did wake me up but if we'd been running our AC I wouldn't have noticed them. We had such a relaxing time here that we would not hesitate to return.

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Decent place to stay. There's a lot of road noise since I-25 and another hwy run right next to the park. However, this makes easy access. There is a nice off-leash dog area as well as at least an acre dedicated to walking pets. Only complaint is the in park roads, which they insist we use when exiting the park. The roads are rough and full of holes.

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The office is not always open. Consequently, we never got to use the free WiFi. Access to the sites is VERY tight! If we had a choice we would not stay here again. There is not a designated pet area that we found. However, there is an abundance of squirrels and rabbits to drive our dogs crazy. (Neither a plus nor minus unless other campers want quiet.)

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Great off-leash dog area. Despite a sparsely populated park, we had to be parked next to another RV because we requested 50 amp w/ cable - not all are 50 amp w/ cable. Our site was fairly level however there were some pretty deep ruts that need to be repaired.