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I agree with all the raving reviews. Nice owners, grassy sites, room for big rigs to maneuver, everything works. Good Wifi. A short drive (14 miles) to Lava Beds National Monument. No road noise, trains in the distance occasionally, no light pollution so you can see the stars. We were going to stay one night and stayed 4 instead. We'll come back!

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The sites are level, utilities work, and roads wide enough to maneuver. The grass was all dead with lots of stickers. Showers were a quarter for 3 minutes. I made reservations by phone because the web site was down. Wasn't told that it was $10.50 for talking to a person. It would ONLY have been $8.50 if the web site worked. I was asked if I was a Washington resident. Said no. Wasn't told that there is a $5 additional charge per day. I was told by a park employee that Washington wants to discourage out-of-staters from using their parks so residents can. When I checked in, I did get a $2 refund for not being able to use the web site. I should have only been charged $8.50 to start. I should have been told of the extra charges. I won't be taking up space in Washington State parks again.

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The staff were friendly and gave us a shaded pull-in site by the river. The Wi-Fi didn't work at our site. Finally got the drain cover off after much struggle. Pipe was broken but we did get the tanks drained. The park rules indicated to boil the water, but host said if was an old form and not necessary. The interior roads were dusty and our site was 100 ft from the highway so too noisy to sit outside. Won't stay there again.

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This is a nice park with level sites. Most have a lot of space between and hedges for privacy. It looks like most sites have some shade at some time during the day. We've stayed before and will again when in the area.

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Nice park, room to park big rigs, some grass though it was dry when we were there. Office staff very friendly, they reserved 2 sites together so we could park next to friends. I would stay there again.

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Stayed in this parking lot due to proximity to Seattle. Spaces are tight, rough, cracked asphalt. Not much shade. Swimming pool was out of commission when we were there. As in most parks, lots of long term residents. There is a dog walk with grass and pickup bags available but not everyone bothers to pick up after their dog. The park is very convenient to Seattle.

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The park is pet friendly though, as usual, some people don't pick up after their pets. Sites are close together but some have a view of the water. We would stay here again.

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We've stayed here several times. It seems like maintenance is getting lax. Grass is dying, roses aren't as pretty as they used to be. There is grass growing in the cracks in roads and pads. Didn't see any ants this time. It is very convenient for our visits so. We probably will stay again though. The price is getting prohibitive.

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The park is small with tight spaces, all back ins. If you are allergic to cottonwoods, this isn't the park for you. Having said that, The park is right on the river with access to take your lawn chairs and watch the water go by. We've stayed there before and will again.

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Nice, well kept park with lots of shade but no hookups.

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This used to be a really nice park but a lot of the grass is dead and the park doesn't seem to be as well kept as in the past. Made reservations and got a site with no shade, dead grass and some dirt near the RR track. We asked to change to a site with some shade. By then there were a lot of sites available. We were given a site with LATE afternoon shade and backed up to the busy road. Be careful what you ask for! 2 days later, the site we asked to change to is still open. We might not stay here again.

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Beautiful park with lots of lush grass and trees for shade. There is a path along the river for walking and access to the river for wading. Our dog loved it. Our ONLY complaint was getting them to deal with a barking dog. Took some encouragement but they knew who the owner was and finally got them to deal with the dog. I would stay there again.

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Nice park along the river. We did hear some traffic noise but not bad. Some shade and the grass was green and lush. The man in the office was very nice and allowed us to look at available sites before picking one. There was some dust from the park roads but most people drove slow so it wasn't a problem. We would stay again.

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This is one of the nicer KOAs we've stayed in. Clean restrooms, shaded sites with concrete pads and grass, friendly, helpful staff. They even have breakfast on Sundays (and Saturdays if the park is full) for $5 and it's not just pancakes. The dog area has grass and benches to sit. It's easy off and on the freeway but I didn't notice freeway noise. I think the sites are a little narrow but I didn't see anyone with longer rigs having trouble getting in or out. We've stayed here before and would again.

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This park is pretty much a big field with hook-ups. It has lots of rough grass but little shade. A couple big trees around the edge provided shade to sit. Trains go by frequently but aren't too noisy. We moved once to get a more level site but it wasn't a problem as the place wasn't busy. Staff we're friendly. The pool is small but warm. I would stay again.