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First time here as we are traveling North from Washington DC area to Pittsburgh. First time stays in RV parks/campgrounds are always a bit apprehensive, but arrival here was great as website pictures, notes, amenities were as shown/advertised. Love when that happens. We like design of park, including roads are very negotiable, staff are helpful, deli with pizza/bread sticks, & ice cream cones, also is a gift store, RV supplies section, game room (in separate bldg.), showers, restrooms, laundry, and pool area all very well laid out, plus a good path around the park in which to walk. The owner/managers know their clientele and it shows in many large and small ways. Given the opportunity will stay here again.

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Professional Staff, easy check-in, good escort to site, grounds are clean/nice. We were sited in a small RV/tent site, which was nice. Picnic table and fire ring were in a small separate area about 1/2 the length of site and surrounded with 8x8 inch lumber and filled in with gravel - this made for safety as little ones were prevented from accidentally walking to fire ring. Then next along the length of site was a separate area for tents which was also surrounded with same lumber, only was filled with small well draining smooth gravel. The driveway area for RVs worked great for us in our small RV. Family shower/restrooms were nice and large. Laundry room was nice and machines appeared to be new ones. We spent two nights here and were not bothered by the freeway noise and found this place a delight to stay. Would stay again if in the area.

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Overall with cleanliness of grounds, cable TV, good escort to site, and general layout of campground, this was a good overnight spot for us. A bit of a snafu at checkin, which BTW has the second and third RVs in line on an uphill road with only one at the top on flat portion of hill road. Seems kind of odd from a safety standpoint. Site a bit snug, next time will add 4-5 ft onto the size of our RV to allow for a little wiggle room to level it. Full hookup, cable, picnic table, and fire pit.

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Came in just ahead of a thunder storm, was nice to find that the office has an "alarm" system - siren for a storm warning requiring get into 'covered space' ... Ice cream counter was good, purchased couple of cones to walk around and relax a bit before siting. Site guide knew what he was doing, after siting us, we all chatted a while before readying travel trailer in-site. Yes there is some traffic noise, but none that the AC could not drown out. Grounds are grass, trees, and gravel, and see a Jump Pad as well as pool with lounge chairs around, each site has a fire pit, picnic table, and roadways are wide enough for long units. Didn't get a chance to inspect cabins, although look like typical KOA cabins. Sites are different lengths, sized available for tent trailers as well as for 40 ft. rigs. Grounds are clean, office, and all other places appear to be clean and well-kept. Definitely a "return to" place to stay in the area.

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Came in tired, so was good to have an easy check-in, and to also be able to order Hot Breadsticks/Marinara snack from Pizza corner of Office, and due to the fact that we had made reservations in March, we received the standard rate, not the higher rate for special event times. Overall a very nice place to stay with guidance to our site and easy hookup as did not unhook our tow vehicle for overnighter. Overall a very nice place to stay and would definitely stay here again - but will check on "special events" going on in the area as this does have a tendency to rain prices for all places.

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Family friendly atmosphere, gravel sites, easy in and out, separate shower rooms was nice, overall good visit for two-day stay. Towing small trailer so was able to fill up with gas at the Sinclair station on way to Interstate. Would definitely return if ever in the area again.

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Lovely place to stay, wish we had more time to spend here, staff is friendly, efficient, and professional. We had a full-hookup site including cable tv. The layout is great, there are camp sites, tent sites, cabins, miniature golf, pool, dog run, and appears to have rv storage area. Showers are separate rooms from restrooms, both of which are clean, and being separated which is nice as not holding anyone up who need to use the restrooms. The office/supplies/gift store is very well stocked, and even has stamps both first class as well as postcard stamps. Can't go wrong by staying here.

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Pulled in just as a thunderstorm was cresting and emptied rain as only in Wyoming it can do ... staff was helpful, but even they cannot alter weather conditions. They did guide us to our site, and began placing pallets in wet areas around the units which were sited/being sited. Some people were turned off by condition of park, however the staff response was excellent in my opinion. Yes, it is medium-grade gravel over dirt, and the sites nearest the highway as pull-thru sites are unique as they are head in/head out side by side on the outside row where we had electric/water only. However sites are good for those of us only wanting a layover site for the night. Office staff was very professional and friendly, so will return again in the future.

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Came in to a place with gracious and courteous staff and after paperwork completed,was directed to our site in a pretty landscaped RV park which with plenty of shade provided by large trees. The other campers were friendly and although sites are gravel, there is a strip of grass for picnic table. Place is clean, neat, and far enough off of highway to be quiet at night. Laundry room is right off office which is stocked with plenty of RV-related merchandise as well as usual novelties, etc. If ever traveling thru this area again, will stay here.

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Chosen due to proximity to Nampa and Fruitland ID where we have friends, stayed here two nights and both nights it was quiet, pleasant sleeping for both of us. The restroom/showers area large enough for two people to use which was nice. They provided shower mats also, which one could use and toss in laundry basket after usage. Did not use other areas which are provided, check in was friendly, and when we mentioned Baskin & Robbins, one of the staff members gave us the address of one nearby. Pleasant place to stay, and will come again.

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We have stayed here before due to location as it across I-84 from Oregon Trails Interpretive Center as well as easy on/easy off access. And once again the area is quiet and office/store has many items in grocery and other sections. Staff is friendly.

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The $s per nite is approximately what 30 day-stays break down to as to cost ... we had a gravel with concrete patio site. Staff is very nice about changing dates, etc. and will help in whatever way they can. The office/store is stocked with usual items of bread, milk, etc., as well as ice cream bars, free coffee, chips, rv accessories, plus gift/souvenir items. Love the fact there are multiple bldgs. containing showers, rest rooms, work out rooms, as well as multiple dog runs throughout the facility, and even though off I-82 there is no traffic to speak of plus openness of area is beautiful. Plan to be back to spend another 2 months in Fall after a vacation/trip eastward.

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Nice place to park our travel trailer, easy to find, and back-in sites are wide enough to make siting easy. Upon arrival RV park hostess was friendly and helpful. Reservations had been made with a phone call without credit card required and check-in at the clubhouse was easy to transact. We do not golf, but found the clubhouse, restaurant, and RV park area as quiet, very clean and friendly. The restaurant food was delicious and serving personnel were efficient and friendly. Small airport across the road was quiet with very few small planes landing or taking off. Would come here again when in the area.

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Parking is on grassy field with hookups at rear of sites. Roads are gravel, hostess is delightful, friendly, and very helpful. Probably depending on time of year as to how level the sites are, but at this time we had no problem leveling our rig. It is very quiet and Puyallup is a nice town with a great downtown area. No restrooms or showers available in the campground. We used the TV antenna; however, had we brought the satellite dish, the skies are open to getting a signal. Definitely would stay here again.

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Easy to find, excellent directional signage, check-in booth efficient and friendly, clear signage within park, friendly personnel, have grassy campsite, area is extremely quiet and large spaces between sites is unexpected as most KOAs have been to have had closely sited rv sites, so this is nice. Lots of room to walk dog, and to walk around. Would like to stay longer than a couple of days. Will come back here when in the area again.