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Gravel roads and sites. Our site was sloped and situated next to a big spruce, so we had to maneuver the rig to get satellite access. Power was situated well forward and sewer all the way at the back, so it was a bit tricky. Good water pressure. Two bars signal strength on the wifi, so when we could log in, it was unusable. Our hotspot worked fine.

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Paved roads and gravel sites. Very large park making it seem like living in the city. Mobile homes across the street. Full KOA amenities including pool, kafe, putt-putt golf, and kabins. Mature pines made satellite reception impossible. Cable a bit snowy, OK water pressure, good wifi. OK for an overnighter.

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Oddly constructed, with two distinct sections, for those in the 'upper park', you'll have to go thru the park, pull out onto a highway, and immediately reenter the park. Gravel roads and sites. Very nice restroom, shower, laundry building. WIDE OPEN spaces, so no problem getting in and your neighbors are a long way away. Lots of large trees but we were lucky enough to find a gap in a maple and got satellite service. Wifi is unusable from your rig in the 'upper park', but our hot spot worked fine. Water pressure was good.

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Gravel roads and sites, so in the summer it's dusty. Nice wide site on the end, but no satellite access. Good water pressure, good wifi. Convenient for I-90 traffic. Not too noisy, even with the nearby interstate.

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We've stayed here before and knew pretty much what to expect. It's the only satisfactory park serving Tacoma, or points north such as Bremerton, on the Kitsap Peninsula. Same park, paved roads and gravel sites. The gravel is 2 1/2 inch-minus (large stones) and make walking around the site awkward, even with our Astroturf entry carpet. We had a large site, so I'm sure it was at a premium rate (their brochure and site map don't tell you which sites are 'premium' or 'super premium'). They filled in the pool, so we don't know how this ex-KOA can be called a resort. Water pressure was good and wifi useable.

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Large park with paved roads and concrete sites. Good water pressure and wifi worked well. We've stayed here before for the convenience and returned because we knew what to expect. Ninety percent of the park is occupied by residents, some of them not caring much about their site or rig upkeep. Based on the landscaping, management has lost interest too. It's located off Marine Drive (trucks) and west of PDX. There's a LOT more noise than I remember. We won't be back.

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Rate reflects we used a 'one free night' coupon from their web site. This is a destination site for snowbirds owning their own sites. Excellent paved sites, landscaped, with garbage pick-up. If you're headed up or down I-95, consider this as an excellent stopover.

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Nice paved level sites with plenty of room between. Centrally located; we used this spot as a stop-off when heading into the Keys and when returning. We'd use it again.

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Nice level gravel sites, a bit close, but the park managers guide you in. Good, well-maintained park with a nice pool and a gulf-side marina with tiki hut to enjoy the sunsets. No laundry. We were there in the height of the season, so the prices were a bit steep.

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Owner led us into a level paved site. Good power/water/sewer hookup. I wouldn't have used the laundry if you'd paid me. Convenient for two nights while headed south. Won't go back.

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Nice level paved pads with excellent power/water/sewer hook-up. Clean restrooms. OK cable, Wi-Fi. Nice quiet park with a many winter regulars. Convenient to Mobile, Gulf Shores, Pensacola. We'd consider wintering over here.

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Stopped only because we're Thousand Trails members (free with purchase of RV). Given its strategic location at the junction of I-75 and the FL Turnpike, we weren't surprised to find this place PACKED. Staff sent us down the WRONG way to back into a grass site between two BIG oak trees (telephone pole in the way). Once we toured the neighborhood and came from the other direction, we backed in OK. It was deep, giving us room to park the truck. Large laundry. Didn't check out the restrooms or activities. Spent one night instead of the two we'd planned....

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Rate reflects a $664/month rate. We stayed here for 1 1/2 months. Nice large park on the lake, as advertised. We had a level gravel site with paved patio facing the lake. Solid water pressure, weak Wi-Fi, except in the early AM when no one was downloading movies. We did see a technician come through while we were there and signal strength got better. Some sites are pretty tight getting onto, but the staff is there to help. Lots of snowbirds who have spent several years here and they led the activities from horseshoes to Bingo. A good site to winter over.

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Site: Nice paved, level sites with great utility access. Some shade with pines. Amenities: Wi-Fi is extra, but our Verizon Jet Pack worked fine. Laundry, spa, pool, and clubhouse are clean and well maintained. Cable TV has the basics. Staff: Excellent. They always have something going on here: cribbage, Bingo, the observatory, trips, etc. You can't go wrong staying here long-term or using it as a jump-off for Tombstone, Bisbee, Sierra Vista, etc. We'd stay here again.

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Site: Paved access roads to wide, level gravel sites. Our pull-thru was nice and wide, except the maintenance guys had dug a trench between sites and installed conduit and rebar, evidently for lighting, surrounding it with yellow maintenance tape. I noticed this in several locations, but it seemed to be weeks old. It didn't impact our site, but get those hazards fixed. Amenities: Wi-Fi, cable, and water pressure were fine. The laundry has plenty of washers/dryers. Staff: Very friendly. This is an older park with a lot of permanent rigs in the north section. Overnighters seemed to be assigned to the south side. No problem. By October there isn't much green left, but there was plenty of shade. It's located in a notch, so when the air cooled in the evening, it blew thru from east to west. The weather changed the last two days we were there and constantly blew the smog from LA right up into this notch. We couldn't see the mountains 1/4 mile away.