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We camped here with a group. The sites are large and long. They are gravel and slightly uneven. There is no cable and the local TV does not get to the park, even with a power antenna. But there is WiFi which is very strong. The park is also satellite friendly as there are few intervening trees. The park hosts are very friendly people and added to our experience. There is a very nice clubhouse, but no stove or oven. We will stay there again.

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We stayed here with a 21' Class C. Sites graveled with interior roads graveled. We have stayed here before and noticed a great improvement from 2 years ago. The site was slightly uneven. No shade, but that is why we have an awning. Sites are adequately spaced for a slideout + awning. Parking for tow adjacent to site. Our only problem was water pressure. We had 40 psi, which is not enough to shower or rinse the toilet bowl. We needed to turn on the water pump, which concerned me about water being leached back into the campground. However, I filled our fresh water tank using their water filtered. Must be a water conservation issue.

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I camped here in a 21' Class C. This park was purchased from KOA in April, so there is relatively new management. The park is grass with gravel roads. My site had 120v power. The sewer system was inoperable, so I did not use the water source. The Wifi is great, although this could be due to the lack of campers. I had no cable, but had good air reception. This park has the potential of being great. I am sorry that the new manager overcharged for my site.

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Well maintained and very clean. Beautiful clubhouse. Has a hot tub which looks out onto Hoods Canal. Sites are partially paved and fairly level. We were in a 21', so we had room to maneuver, site next to us (28) had a large motorhome and front jacks had to be extended. The sites are narrow, but wide enough for a narrow slideout and awning. Consider your neighbor when setting up.

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We stayed in a back-in located on the West side of the park. We had concerns about road noise, but we had no problem. Site#36 is level, wide enough for slide outs and awning. There is a shuttle both on call and continuous trips to the Casino or close-by restaurants. A hotel hot tub and swimming pool at the Casino is available to park attendees. The WiFi is adequate, except when people use the service for streaming. We have stayed at the park many times and enjoyed our stays.

     

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Lone Fir Resort

Cougar, Washington

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Gravel and packed soil sites, slightly uneven. Shady on South and West side of loop. Fire ring and table at site, sites large and mowed grass. RV's mixed with cabin rentals, but proposed no problem, ie., noise, etc. We plan on returning for our family reunion. Restaurant closed during our stay. There are many sights to see, hiking and water activity in the area. No telephone reception, but WiFi excellent.

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I stayed in site 33, very secluded, in a 21' motor home, more than enough room, but would be cramped in a 28' rig or greater. Sites are separated by shrubbery. Gravel interior roads and sites, but level. WiFi works well, but cellphone is poor at best. Managers are very friendly and helpful. Great park. However, this is an Elks park and membership is necessary. Well used park, so reservations are needed.

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We were in site 34 which is satellite friendly but sun intolerable. Unfortunately, we had to stay in the motorhome with the A/C running. The sites on the North end of the park are shaded. Everything is well maintained and clean. The sites are paved and level. The WiFi is acceptable; cable is excellent, but we were out of telephone range. The clubhouse is more than satisfactory and well supplied. There is also a clean swimming pool. The location on the River makes this a 5 star campsite.

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Beautiful park with a view of Hood's Canal. This park is very well maintained with clean facilities, spotless toilets and showers. Relax in the hot tub with a view of the Canal. Beautiful clubhouse and a great gazebo. Cons: narrow sites, some are not level. One of our rigs was in site 28. Their front wheels were 6" off the ground. You may have to dicker with you neighbor if you have slide outs AND an awning. Also watch for the utility pole it is 3+ feet high and close, before you put out the slider.

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We were here for three days with a large group. This is a very old, worn down, poorly maintained park. The managers are understanding, but the owners apparently could care less. Over half of the park are permanents in various stages of disarray. The weekenders keep their sites relatively clean, but the remainder are full of junk with many covered by torn tarp. We lost electrical power twice during our stay and the WiFi is poor. There are potholes in the interior roads and mud at the sites. If you need a place to stop for the night, maybe, but don't bother to hookup.

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The park is under new ownership and management and it shows. Registration area, clubhouse and swimming pool area are being redecorated. You can actually drive unser the overhang of the registration area. The bathrooms have been redecorated, look new. The stored RV;s are no longer there and the permanents have been cleaned up. The pet area leaves a lot to be desired, but grab a doggy bag and head for the field next door. Picnic tables were not available at most sites. The camp WiFi is practically non existent due to overuse, but you can use the office router, which works well. Try it you will be pleasantly surprised.