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Beautiful paved park, superbly landscaped and well-maintained. Excellent water pressure and fast, strong wifi. The staff, pool, clubhouse and laundry are all first-rate. Pricey.

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Paved entry with gravel roads and sites. They are beginning to lay concrete pads at a few sites and we had one. Lots of trees in some areas, but G-loop is open for satellite access. Good water pressure and useable wifi. Convenient for I-80 traffic, but surprisingly quiet. A good over-nighter.

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Sites laid out in an arc, with lots of room between sites, but with the narrow roads you can't help but tow thru the grass when leaving. Good water pressure and wifi, wide open for satellite access. Road noise from the Interstate, but a good place to stay.

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All-gravel park with usable wifi and water pressure. Heavily treed and on a bit of a slope, so those who need level ground will be frustrated. Our auto-leveling worked just fine. Very quiet.

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Other reviews are accurate: All roads and sites are paved and easy to navigate. Unusable wifi, good water pressure, and convenient restrooms and laundry. The on-site office has been closed for years (judging by the swallow nests in the entry) and check-in is at the hotel desk, making it a bit awkward to arrive and walk all the way around the casino to register. I wouldn't drive under the hotel's covered entry with my RV and there are no dedicated lanes for RVers to arrive and park to register. A train occasionally runs thru town, not 200 yards from the parks, so you'll hear the horn at night.

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Nice office and crew, paved roads and gravel sites. High water pressure (used TWO pressure reducers), Unusable wifi from our site (saw others sitting at the office) but our hot spot worked fine. Open for satellite reception. We recommend this park when in the Coeur d'Alene/Spokane area. It's big, wide open, convenient to shopping and the interstate without being noisy (it's just off US 95, so there can be truck noise at times, but it's not bad). The river and lake are right there.

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All-gravel, treed park. Good wifi and water pressure. Friendly staff. Quite a few residents, but they look neat and tidy. A small error in site reservation: too short to accommodate both the RV and truck, so they let us park crossways across the front to get out of the road. Convenient when passing thru ND.

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You arrive through a sketchy part of town to an all-gravel park. Manager greeted us nicely and we were led to our treed site. No satellite access, weak, unusable wifi. They had a little pool, looked clean but we didn't use it or any other facilities. Had to back out of our pull-thru because of a tree making a tight corner. If passing thru again, I'd look elsewhere.

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Nicely landscaped park with paved streets, gravel sites. Premium sites have concrete patios with swings and new picnic tables, but they're very pricey in the summer. Usable wifi, until the park fills up. Good satellite access from our site. Clean pool. They've put in a new putt-putt course, but it's $5! We like this park for its cleanliness and access to both the river and downtown.

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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.