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The bathrooms were so dirty that I cleaned a toilet before I used it. I didn't chance the filthy showers and showered in my camper. The swimming pool is closed for lack of water. Once I checked in, I didn't see any employees for the next three days and the office was closed all of that time.

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Beautiful campground with many amenities. The bathrooms/showers were some of the nicest I've ever seen. They have strict dog regulations which were much appreciated.

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We were parked in "overflow" parking. It lacked landscaping and was very far from the baths and showers. However, they had warned us that was where we would be when we made the reservation. We were willing to accept those conditions because of the extremely difficult task of getting RV spots in Arizona in February.

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An immaculate, well-run park. The only reason I didn't rate them higher is because of their restrictive cancellation policy ($20.00 on a nightly rate of $29.00).

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The staff here is the greatest. They are friendly, hard-working and got up early to make muffins for us by 7 a.m. every morning. They have 8 desert tortoises that they treat like royalty. They put them out in their playpen during nice days and keep them warm when it gets cool. The pool, hot tub, and recreation room are always clean and well kept.

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Great place to stay if you are visiting Death Valley. The place is old but clean and the price is right for a RV camp that is essentially a monopoly. However, the food offered at the 49er Café is not so good and very over priced.

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Although we made a reservation two weeks in advance, we were put in the storage lot with water, tv, and electric extensions borrowed from another site on the other side of a chain link fence. "Pull through" means you get to park perpendicular across four storage lots, with stored campers all around. The bathrooms/showers are a good 300 yards distant and there was no discount for these shabby quarters.

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Close to Escalante/Grand Staircase. A nice park with a nice staff. Sites are dirt and they are working to improve the landscaping.

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We've stayed at Rainbow Point before. It is nice to have the electricity in a forest campground. The camp hosts are attentive and friendly and it is very quiet. Not to far from West Yellowstone and right on Hebgen Lake.

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This is a Bureau of Reclamation campground located on the east side of Canyon Ferry Lake. The campsites are right on the lake shore and are sand or grass and shade or not--site dependent. There is no charge to use the campground and there is a clean well supplied pit toilet. It was very quiet when we camped here (during the week) and the cranes that flew in were an added attraction.

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Two very small bathrooms for 157 RV, cabin, and tent sites. AND the bathrooms are very small, outdated, and not very clean. They say they clean them twice daily, but with this heavy usage it never looks like cleaning has been done. The sites are on dirt and not particularly level. We had good Wi-Fi reception using our Jetpack. This place is definitely overpriced for what is offered.

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Beautiful campground with large, paved, level sites. The host kept the restrooms clean and it was generally a very nice experience. However, the host did not/would not enforce the quiet hours so one night there was a loud, drunken party until midnight and the next there were children outside yelling until almost midnight.

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The majority of this campground is long-term or permanent campers. Most of the sites are kept neat, but toward the back of the park there are a few sites that seem to be permanent (one had six dogs) and those are pretty trashy. The owners are congenial and hard-working, but they are trying to do it all themselves and some maintenance and cleaning (bathrooms, showers, picnic tables)are suffering as a result.

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This is a very small campground near Swan Lake. The owners/managers are congenial and helpful. The baths/showers are "singles", so it is good that this campground only has seven sites. The bath/showers are old, but reasonably clean. The sites are shaded and level and we were able to get internet using our JetPak

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This is a campground in the forest just 5 miles from Hamilton. The host is conscientious and helpful and keeps the pit toilets reasonably clean. The campground has only six sites and is within walking distance of two hiking trails. There is NO charge to use this campground.