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Love the lakeside view and felt it was worth the extra $$ over the standard sites which were very close together. the Lakeside sites are much larger than the sites that are only $10 less. Overall it's a fairly expensive park but you are paying for the location. Good Verizon coverage for data and cell.

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FHU sites within the National Park. Reasonably well spaced sites, loved sharing the campground with the elk in the area! Reasonable Verizon data / cell connections. Prices have increased since we originally reserved our spot, but it's still worth it to be right in the park and minimize driving back and forth.

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This is one of our favorite parks, great hiking trails, close to the town of Cottonwood, spacious sites. Verizon data and cell work well in this park with a booster.

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Close to Mesa AZ with easy access to shopping, restaurants, etc. Great hiking trails in the park. Good Verizon signal for data and cell.

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Another nice AZ state park with plenty of room for the big rigs. Good connectivity with Verizon, using a booster. Marginal without the booster. Great place to stay to explore the Caverns, nearby Tombstone and other points of interest in the area. Preferred the outside, back in sites to the pull thrus, more privacy, larger sites.

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This park is beautiful, well kept, large sites, no close neighbors, beautiful views. We've stayed here before and I'm sure we'll be back. Sites easily can hold the big rigs, the ones that are at a 90 degree entrance from the road are a little tricky to back a large 5th wheel into due to where the park has some concrete barriers, narrow road and a ditch on one side of the road. Unfortunately we arrived in the dark so it was a little more time consuming than usual.

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Beautiful park, great location for bird watching. The $5/person fee for the park ranger boat tour is well worth the fee, lots of knowledge shared, etc. Compared to other AZ state parks that we have stayed in, this one is a LOT more heavily treed which is a little more difficult for big rigs. The east campground loop is more spacious and sites more spread out than the west campground, but also somewhat smaller site.

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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.