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Staff was very helpful. The campgrounds and our site were nice and our site was roomy. Highway noise was not an issue. We couldn't get wi fi, but were staying only one night, so popped in a DVD and entertained ourselves. Other reviewers have commented that the facility was beginning to show its age. Happily, the demolition phase of remodel/construction for a modern updated facility was underway during our stay. Other reviewers have commented that Country Aire RV Park was a bit pricy. The rate is comparable to the nearby KOA. Completion of the remodel underway should make pricing less of an issue - assuming the rates remain competitive with the KOA. We met some nice folks in the park and our stay was pleasant. We would stay again.

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A family oriented campground in a rural setting. Lots of families on camping outings. Many things for both adults and kids to do on the premises. We stayed at Shangri-La Park Campground over a busy weekend, liked and recommend it. Can't say enough nice things about how considerate, patient, and helpful the management was to us visitors from California.

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Lafayette Park is Gothenburg, Nebraska's City Park. Our GPS told us we were there - we didn't believe it so called. The manager said she could see us from her office. We were parked across the street from spacious Lafayette Park. The friendly and helpful managers live on site. We were given the choice of any vacant site we liked. Sites were grassy and very spacious. Quiet evenings - with occasional sound of trains in the distance. No Wi Fi. The manager said she recommended it but the city would have to raise the rates to pay for the service and campers happily felt they could do without it. We stayed only one night. It was an enjoyable stay and we recommend Lafayette Park.

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What a little gem! Harken back to RV campgrounds of the 1950's. Shaded camp sites at various levels added privacy. Friendly and helpful office. Great Wi Fi reception. A couple of cautions: (1) It is a bit of a hike up to the office, restroom, and showers. (2) Don't trust your GPS to find Ami's Campground. Call for directions, then it makes sense and is easy to find on Hwy 6. We stayed only one night and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

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A family campground in a "back to nature" setting." Friendly neighbors and staff. Swimming pool, lake, plenty of room for the kids to run and play. Our site was "rustic" and private - we liked that a lot! We stayed only one night, sat around a fire and watched fire flies. Would gladly return for a vacation length stay. One caution - bring plenty of insect repellant. Mosquitoes had their way with me.

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Take the summer off; bring the kids; turn them loose - all kinds of activities. Swimming pool, volley ball, basket ball, biking, hiking, etc. Relax and take it easy. Easy access to Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Deadwood, and Sturgis. We stayed only one night, but would gladly return for a vacation length stay. A bit pricy, but "you get what you pay for."

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We were looking for a convenient and reasonable overnight stay for our final leg to our Southern California destination. Easy access from I-15: Exit 50 east two miles, right turn on Las Vegas Blvd - it is on the left. Very helpful office. The best security we've ever encountered-block walls and security gate. Keys for restroom/showers. Yeah, it is July in Las Vegas, so it was hot but the pool was inviting. We were hungry so, went next door for late lunch/dinner (with a discount coupon for free drinks - buy one, get one free.) to the "Hitchin Post Steak House and Saloon." Really cold beer and great 1/2 pound burgers. Plenty of power to run our A/C and appliances. Great WiFi access. Friendly neighbors. For some reason, couldn't get cable - didn't matter anyway - we had DVD's, which we usually watch instead of TV. Trees are planted at each site, but may take awhile to mature for maximum shade from Las Vegas summer sun. The best, absolutely best washroom and shower facilities ever!!! Would we stay there again? Oh, heck yeah!!!

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Smithwoods dates back to 1920 and is "rustic." We reserved one night in advance (4th of July weekend) and were given a choice of being in the redwoods or near the restrooms. We chose - redwoods. As it turned out, we were both nestled in the redwoods and a short walk to the restroom/showers. The folks in the office were extremely accommodating. A staff member guided us to our space and expertly helped maneuver us into what turned out to be (after negotiating the tight entry) a very large private site very much in the redwoods! Wi-Fi? I'm sure it is provided, but we were in the forest and had no reception and really didn't expect any. Even though the park was packed (4th of July weekend) it was quiet the feeling was "back to nature serene." Even though we stayed only one night, it was a great experience.

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Right in town on the main east-west route, less than a 1/4 mile from I-5 but quiet and secluded. The managers were terrific and extremely helpful. There seemed to be a lot of longer term residents, which is O. K. because they seem to take an interest in the park's quality of life. Our large assigned space was shaded by two mature trees and it was a short walk to large well maintained restroom/showers. Walk out the driveway and we were in town where we had dinner at an oriental restaurant and slurped cones at the local ice cream parlor. The next off ramp south led to a large Wal-Mart - no we had no intention of camping out in Wally's parking lot - just saying it's there if you need supplies. We stayed at Rogue Valley Overnighters on night in our motorhome because - we were on our way somewhere else! It is on our list of places to stay when we pass that way again.

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The RV park we wanted to stay at in Yakima was booked solid for the date we needed. The manager recommended Yakima Nation RV Park in Toppenish on Highway 97. He said there were a lot of positive comments about it from RV'ers. So, we reserved one night, as it wasn't a destination but an overnight stop for us on our motorhome trip north bound. A large, relatively new park (the trees were not yet mature. One day soon they will be and the park will gorgeous.) Staff was friendly and accommodating. Our assigned space was being swept by sprinklers. Before we could reach the office to request another space, workers turned off the sprinklers. The spaces were large - ours was an end space with a sense of privacy. The park was clean, well maintained and secure - totally fenced. There was a playground for kids and lots of just grassy space. For those so inclined, there is a also a casino. Not for us, but we were impressed with the RV park and highly recommend it for those travelling central Oregon on Highway 97. A good job by the Yakima Nation!

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Convenient in Bend, Oregon on Business 99. Scandia's website recommends reservations, as they tend to fill up. We did make a reservation and were glad we did, as including us, Scandia was full up. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Our space was shaded, quiet and near the restrooms/showers which were clean, but unisex and ancient. We suggest a bulldozer would improve them. Seriously, they need to be replaced. We stayed only one night and our motorhome had toilet and shower facilities, so we got by just fine. Scandia was a bit pricey, we opined. But, if you are convenient in Bend and regularly book full, perhaps you can ask a little more. We would stay here again.

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A great location with an almost rural feel. Secure and comfortable. Staff was wonderful and accommodating. We were running late and called. Not to worry! The park's annual picnic/barbeque was the next day (Saturday). Sadly, we could not stay for it - places to go - people to see farther north!

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Woodland Shores RV Park is just the best! Esther and Tom work their tails off to keep it that way. While there is easy access to Interstate 5 and local businesses, Woodland Shores is a quiet comfortable retreat along the North Fork of the Lewis River. Our assigned space was an end facing the river and only a shore walk to large well maintained bathroom/shower facilities. Tom stopped by and asked us if we were satisfied with our space and was there anything we needed. We have relatives in the area we visited and would gladly stay at Woodland Shores when we are again in the area. We suggest making a reservation.

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We had a reservation, but arrived late in the afternoon and the office was closed. Two gentlemen relaxing outside the recreation room told us to just pick any empty space; which we did. We were to have dinner with friends and needed to freshen up. One of the gentlemen kindly let us use his key to the restrooms and showers. We only stayed one night and left early in the morning, but in the short time we were there, met some very nice people who called Miracle RV Park home. We were told that the park was the oldest in Tucson. It had a very nostalgic feel. Think Lucy and Ricky Ricardo on the road. Well kept, clean and quiet, with friendly folks. Very convenient to the University District and downtown Tucson. Not a good choice for behemoth RV's. But if your RV foot print is moderate, like ours, the Miracle RV Park is a great place to stay.

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Just the best RV park we have ever stayed at. Well stocked store and gas/diesel on the premises. A spacious and comfortable lounge. Ample restroom and shower facilities. well maintained and landscaped area. Plus gated and patrolled security. Convenient to Painted Desert/Petrified Forest National Park, Homolovi State Park, Flagstaff, Winslow (Standin' on a corner - you know the rest of the Eagles song), and Meteor Crater (an expensive disappointment). Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Helpful, in our case beyond expectation. Stay here!