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This is a great older park. It is located 4+ miles off I-84 in a very beautiful, quiet area. The service was g00d. The sites are all very long pull-thrus of gravel and grass. The spacing between sites is rather tight, but we were here before the busy season and it was really quiet. Our site was fairly level. The wifi was great. There were nice areas to dog walk. Would definitely stay here again.

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Stayed for 5 nights while moving from our home. Felt it expensive considering the location. It is sandwiched between the golf course and highway 12, which is rather noisy and many trucks using jake brakes throughout the evening and early morning. The Internet and telephone reception were both very poor. We were given conflicting info. When we asked to stay an extra day. Would avoid staying again.

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A nice, fairly quiet rv park. It was very convenient for us because there were choices for dog walking, including their fenced dog park. The staff was very helpful and accommodating. The sites are mostly gravely with some grass and a little patio in between. The sites were slightly narrow, but definitely very negotiable. A staff member escorted us to our site and helped us to locate our rig for hookups. They were in the process of rebuilding the pool and hot tub. Propane refill was very easy and convenient. Will stay again soon.

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This is a very nice RV Park, but do not miss the right turn. There is a low bridge with no opportunity to turn around. The lots are very spacious. The price is a little high. We stayed here for full winter hook-ups. They asked us to disconnect our heated water hose at night to protect their water connections. We did notice the insulation on the water line was in need of replacement.

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We were a little apprehensive about staying here because the park had not been reviewed in some time, but another pleasant surprise. We came in after a rain and there were a few puddles here and there, but the gravel sites were fairly level. They are quite long, but rather narrow. There was still more than enough space to maneuver into the sites. The bathrooms were kept clean and a code was needed for access. the site manager was there every day 8-5. The surroundings were very pleasant and very quiet at night. Considering it is a fairground, there were very few flies. Would definitely stay again if in the area.

     

Lyman KOA

Lyman, Wyoming

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What a great little campground. This is an older KOA that is kept up nicely. It is primarily grass and gravel, and the sites are close to level. It has all the amenities including a pool, volleyball court, covered picnic area, a playground, and a fenced (grassy and clean) dog area. There are two pluses to this park, the owner (or manager) and the distance to the freeway. It is located a mile off the freeway making it VERY quiet, yet it is a straight shot back on the road. And the staff was very helpful and nice. The sites may be tight if the park were full, but there were not many people when we stayed there. We would and probably will be back again.

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Great little park. Owner/manager was very nice and very helpful. The sites were an easy in and out, level, and gravel. Freeway access was also easy. The park was very quiet with no road noise. We did hear a train once or twice, but no problem. Very nice place, we would come back.

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This park had trees and grass. The staff started to check us in and then left to take orders from grill customers who came in after us. The sites were rather close and there were few places to take our dog. The "river walk" was through a pasture with "goat heads" and horse manure everywhere. Because this park is right next to the freeway, there was no sleep to be had. The noise level was up there ALL NIGHT. If you are into water sports, I am sure this is a great place. We would not be back.

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This is a very clean campground, which is basically all gravel. The staff was very nice. It was difficult to determine the actual length of each campsite because there were no discernible markings. Our neighbor remained hooked and actually stuck out in front making it difficult to maneuver around him in the morning. Because this park is sandwiched between the train and the freeway, the noise was incredible. We found it very difficult to sleep and the trucks seemed to run all night. Would not return, even for an overniter.

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Great little well maintained park. There are many full time residents with beautiful little gardens. Very pet friendly, two separate doggy areas (one fully fenced). Very friendly and helpful staff. Very quiet--very little road noise. Our site backed up to a little deck facing a pretty pond. The deck was equipped with table and chairs and am outdoor fireplace. Also, easy access to Patrick's Point State Park and some great hikes.

     

Barton Park

Boring, Oregon

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This is a very well run and clean county park. We stayed in Barton East, which is the RV side. The park is located on the river and the day use side can get pretty noisy, but it closes at night and the park gets very quiet. The dump station is conveniently located at the exit and is easy to use. The pull-through sites are very nice. There is very little road noise and some very nice dog walking areas. Definitely worth a stay, and we will be back whenever we go to Portland.

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This is a fantastic park. It is a very woodsy setting with the feeling of privacy between campsites. The view sites are just that--views of the meadows and Mt. Adams. The staff was very accommodating and helpful. This is a destination park rather than an overnight stop. They have a great little 1/2 mile nature walk and a great playground BBQ area. We now call this park our version of a spa. It was really relaxing and very inviting. We plan to be back often.

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Older, small RV park. It is well maintained with gravel (fairly level) sites. The manager was nice and very helpful. There is some road noise. We were able to pull through and remain hitched with a 28 foot trailer. There were a few big rigs with tow vehicles and they seemed to have enough room. Only complaint was price. The price seemed a little high based on age and road noise, but that is KOA. We were here one night on our way to the Bay Area and will probably stay on our way back. It is a good half way overnighter to SF.

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Park just the other side of GG bridge in Marin area. Close to ferry terminal, buses, and TJs. Backs up to bird refuge with great trails to walk dogs. Staff is really helpful and accommodating. No, the sites are not really wide nor treed. They do not have lawns. We come for the city and the hiking, not to hang out in an RV park. The prices increased recently, but so did land values and property taxes. The economy is good here. So, if you like to hang out in cutesy parks, don't come here. If you want a convenient and safe to stay in SF, you will like it here.

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This is a great over-niter. We were given a long, level pull-thru that allowed us to easily remained hitched. Even though the park is basically 1 block above the freeway, there was very little freeway noise. While the park is a little bit of a parking lot, it is well laid out and the surrounding scenery is rather nice. Also, we were there for a rather healthy rain storm and there were no issues (rivers or pkg. lot lakes) in the morning.