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We ended up having to cancel our reservation at the last minute due to illness. We've stayed at this park before and while their website states no refunds unless cancelled 14 days in advance, we were given a full refund which was a HUGE relief. We have stayed here before and will stay again when we're in town for business.

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Park itself is a bit dated, but well kept. A lot of long term or seasonal residents. All the sites around the outside are back in, all interior sites are pull thrus. Sites were very long, plenty of room to park the truck in front or behind the 5th wheel. Spacing within the site was a little tricky due to placement of power pedastal, palm tree and picnic table. Had to be positioned very carefully so we could open all our slides and outside compartments. We had not planned to spend 5 weeks here, but a breakdown enroute and a long wait on parts for the repair resulted in a long stopover. Rate reflects one month and one week, averaged out over 37 nights. Manager was very accommodating due to our circumstances.

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Sites were nicely spaced with plenty of room for parking our truck between our RV and the next site over. Park location was excellent for what we needed for the 2 weeks we were here, loved being right on the Greenbelt trail for bike rides or evening walks.

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Very nice park with spacious sites. 30 AMP / Water hookups, felt it was very pricey for the accomodations you received, plus the $4/person/day resort fee. For Thousand Trails members, this is a great option right outside of Seattle, but if you're not a member it's very expensive. I'd rate this much higher if the price were more reasonable for just W/E hookups.

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7 night limit, good Verizon / AT&T signals. Close to reasonable shopping, small campground with only 18 sites. Host was friendly, great access to the White River trail for walking or biking.

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Loved the location and the ranger was very helpful when we checked in. The site we had reserved was one we could have fit into, had the road been wider and no tree in the way to allow access. As it was, it was a very difficult site to get into, while we were taking on water he thought there might be an issue and set aside the last non-reservable site that he thought we could get into. Much easier site to get into.

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RV park is grassy field, reasonable price for FHUs in the Seattle area. No amenities, it's a fairground parking experience. Hosts were nice, can only reserve pay one week at a time, discounted rate to pay through the office during business hours vs. once you arrive. Location convenience is the only reason we stayed here.

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We've stayed here before and enjoy the bike / walking path the park offers. It was an easy bike ride into the local town. Sites are large, happy to have 50 AMP when temps went above 100. Site was a little tricky to back into due to placement of number posts for other sites, narrow road and kids that were riding their bikes without parental supervision that didn't think they needed to be cautious. Dump Station was closed because they were rebuilding it and subsequently the shower facilities were also not available due to the same project. Campground is right off I-5 so makes a convenient stopover, although you do have the muted sounds of traffic on the Interstate. Good place for a 1 week stopover as we left CA headed to WA, most likely we'll stay here again.

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Reasonably priced, restrooms and laundry were relatively clean. Sites were reasonably sized for a commercial RV park, although I wish we would have had an outside site vs. backing up to another RV, do not like looking out our rear window straight into another RV. There are several full time residents and many, many more seasonal residents. Everyone we met seemed very friendly, average age was probably a bit older than we're used to at many of the parks we've stayed at. The biggest complaint we had on this park was the infrastructure. Water was turned off for repairs multiple times during our stay with little or no warning. Posting a hand written note on the whiteboard outside of the door before turning water off for an entire day was just not reasonable. We had no water in our tank, had we been warned in advanced we would have at least put water in our fresh water tank. The first time this happened we were without water for an entire day. After that instance we filled our fresh water tank partially and the water was turned off 3 more times. In talking to other residents while we were doing laundry, this seems to be a common occurrence.

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This is an large RV park that caters to people visiting the local casinos. Most of the spots were fairly well spaced and terraced with several levels overlooking the river or mountains. We had not chosen to stay here but were towed due to a truck breakdown, the section we were towed into was the ugliest section of the park, basically a dirt/gravel parking lot with 30 AMP FHUs. Weekly rate included 2 passes to the dinner buffet that was mediocre and 2 passes to the breakfast buffet that we still haven't used in the Casino due to not liking the smokey atmosphere. The office people were understanding about the fact that we had to be towed in and were a bit uncertain as to our length of stay. Overall, friendly people, just not the kind of park or location we like to stay in. We did lose power one night when they had a concert next door, power came back on right after the concert ended. No one at the park was available to help.

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Beautiful state park just outside of Cottonwood, good hiking trails, spacious sites. This is the second time we've stayed here and probably won't be the last. Verizon and AT&T worked well.

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Rate reflects monthly stay, excluding the additional $77 utility charge at the end of the month. This was a mega RV park with 2000 sites, our site wasn't bad to get into except for the grapefruit tree. Bad placement of the trees on each site. Friendly people, clean facilities, huge park with tons of things to do. Had HUGE issues with Verizon data here, just too many people trying to access the same cell tower, was very difficult to actually get much work accomplished. Hated looking out our back window to the back of a park model home, felt very claustrophobic in this park, not our kind of place to stay.

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Relatively small campground, sites varied in size, our site backed up to a wall with an apartment complex on the other side. Good location if you have to be in Tempe, very small laundry facilities. Friendly staff, our site was very easy to get into, long term resident next to us was not very friendly about moving his car so we could put our slides out. He obviously felt he was entitled to more room than his site gave him so it didn't give us a good feeling to start out. Small patio next to the RV with barely enough room to park our truck.

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Friendly people, we only stayed here because we were flying out for the family Christmas visit and needed somewhere to park our rig and have our pet sitter come in. It's clean, but one of those mega RV parks with 1000's of RVs, sites were close together, way closer than we like. Clean laundry facilities, but needed a card to operate that you can only get from an office.

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Beautiful, natural setting with lots of hiking trails. Convenient to Mesa without being in the city. Verizon and AT&T worked well. Stayed here a year ago, restrooms do not seem to be as well maintained. Also feel it's a bit pricey for just W/E hookups compared to most county / state parks we stay in, but it's a beautiful location and a nice place to hang out for a couple of weeks.