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Location, Location, Location. This place is probably the closest cg to Detroit and the Western suburbs. All sites are grassy and level. The pull thru sites are electric, water and sewer in the middle of the sites. The back-in sites have electric, water and sewer n the rear of the sites. In our row, back-in sites (site 55) the lot size was 25' x 75' with FHU in the rear. Good Detroit water. Good power. OTA TV has all the local channels. No trees so good for satellite. CG is expanding with another row of back-in sites. CG is pretty quiet. Although a fair grounds, there is Walmart on one border and houses on the other three borders. Most of those staying were visiting local friends, family or visiting Detroit area. As some have previously stated, this is not a destination cg. No pool or playground. Great for a rally as they have buildings available to use. Check you dates as they host many events here. We stayed in a motorhome and would return if in the area.

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We made reservations and as such all of our paperwork was waiting in a box on the porch of the office. Yes, self check-in. The park was very clean. The sites were a combination of gravel and clover. Our 41' coach maneuvered easily throughout the park. Overall, a nice, quaint and quiet park. There is a operating sawmill across the street that wraps it up at 4:30pm. We would stay again if in the area. Our rate included a Passport discount. 50 amps service an additional $3 over the discounted rate.

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A few good pull thru sites for Big Rigs. Asphalt road has tight turns but manageable. Sites are gravel and level. Good city water. Short timers are parked in front closer to the freeway, so there is some noise. About a mile from multiple RV parts and service facilities. We would stay on a return trip.

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As others have stated, this is a very nice park. Probably one of the best in the area. Centrally located to hit the high spots like Olympic NP, Cape Flattery, Forks, HOH rain forest, etc. 43' coaches fit well in the first row. WiFi times out multiple times per hour and requires to you sign in. Road noise is noticeable during the day, but real quiet at night. The owners are good people and really care for this place. We would return next time we're here.

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A very clean, friendly and well maintained KOA. Plenty of very nice gravel pads with grass sites with and without shade. Some with FHU's and most with 30 amp or 50 amp and water. The gravel roadways lead to some dust on windy days. There is road noise from the nearby freeway entrance but nothing to keep you from getting a good night's sleep. One of the few KOAs I would stay longer than a few days.

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Very friendly and with helpful workers. A well organized gravel parking lot with a variety of different width sites. The tent sites are very nice with wooden fence and grass area for the tent. The facility is split into to areas: transients and long term (local workers). The areas are separated by a privacy fence. WIFI was OK. Pet play area with grass. Some road noise as it comes with the convenience of camping close to the freeways. It is Wyoming and that means big chance of winds and dust. We stayed two nights to tour the Wild Horse and Flaming Gorge areas.

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Don't miss the turn or it's 2 miles to turn around. Very steep entrance to get to the hotel to register. The lower level pull thru sites are not very level. Bring extra wood to level up. Or you may end up with one wheel off the ground. Otherwise, this campground is very nice.

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Very quiet, all grass and a great view. Incoming road is steep and has curves. Sixty/night. Thirty for Passport America. Owner and workers are very friendly. We picked our own site. Must be self-contained as there is no sewer or restrooms / showers. Needs an influx of money to upgrade in order to support the price.