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Interior surfaces are gravel and level. Nice big pull-thru sites. Some permanent rigs but reasonably clean. The facility itself is well cared for. Large mature trees provide a lot of shade in the PM. The hosts are very nice and helpful. Overnight stop on way home and would stay here again if in the area.

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Quick over night for us so they put us in site "A", right next to the bath house. Water/electric only site and level. Bit of an odd angle but doable for small rigs. Very friendly and helpful staff. Wonderful wooded setting. If in this area again I would definitely return. Who knows I might take up square dancing! Fire danger very high - no smoking or charcoal fires. Don't know if that's year round or not.

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All interior surfaces are gravel. Nice grass between sites, no fire ring as fires are not allowed. Concrete pad for picnic table and the table can be very close to the next rig's slide out like mine was on one side. On the other side the table in the next site was within 2 inches of my water hook up. Overall very nice and great proximity to I-15.

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We enjoyed our stay here, 3 nights and would return. This park has some nice amenities for kid. Very nice playground with western themed buildings, pond with shallow water and dock. Not much grass but the site was level. Very nice staff. All the hookups were good, Wi Fi was spotty during peak times but Verizon picked up the slack.

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This is a nice park in a great location. Easy access to the freeways and everything in Great Falls. We were on the entrance but still pretty quiet. Nice grassy sites with level asphalt pads. All the utilities worked well. Wi Fi could be spotty during peak times but Verizon was good. We don't travel with a TV so don't know about TV access. All the staff we interacted with were pleasant and helpful. The bath house could use some TLC but it was clean, showers were free and the water was hot. It's obvious the park is well maintained overall. The grass was green and mowed and interior roads that we saw were in good shape. We would come back with no hesitation.

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Very quiet wooded park like setting. Everything is well maintained and clean. Camp hosts were very nice and helpful. Deer stroll through frequently. We were in the Upper loop and there is no Wi Fi there but Verizon is working great. If trains annoy you this park may not seem quiet to you. They run throughout the day and into early evening. I didn't hear any at night.

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Pleasant experience from arrival to departure. Everything is clean and in good repair. Very surprised at how quiet the park was even with lots of kids in the park. Playground and lots of tent area make this a very family friendly park. The park is right on the Yakima river and that adds to the scenic appeal. Showers are included in the nightly fee. Like most KOA's the price is on the high side as the $40 we paid was water/electric only. It is a well maintained park with very nice staff. I would probably stay here again if needing an overnight in this area.

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This a great family park. Lots of hikes to take, bike trails and there is a horse camping area as well. Staying at the campground includes use of the day use area as well. 10 water falls to see and the trail goes behind some of them. The park has some historical buildings as well. Lots of volunteers and support from citizens it seems as the maintenance is pretty up to date. Some sites are large enough for larger coaches. There is no phone service or WiFi available. If you need either you'll have to drive to the town of Silverton, about 15 miles away.

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Nice older park and quiet!! Everything is clean and works as it should. Owners are fantastic and really take good care of the place. About 2 miles west of Hwy 97 just north of La Pine, OR. The distance from the hwy really eliminates the noise. This is a small park and big rigs would be tight though OK in some spaces. Nothing I need worry about for now. Lots to see and do in the area and there is a fish cleaning station at the park. Sites are somewhat cozy but I've seen worse. WiFi worked fine for us, we checked email and did some browsing. Would definitely stay here again.

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This is a very well maintained park. It's obvious attention is paid to the grounds. Sites were clean, picnic tables in good condition and nice fire pits. In "season" there are lots of water activities available on Lake Cushman. Movies in the evening as well. Great location for exploring western side of Olympic National Park and Hood Canal area of WA. Would stay here again. Park has been renamed Skokomish Park since it is now operated by the Skokomish tribe. Friendly helpful staff and on-site park ranger.

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Friendly helpful staff. Large sites and large shade trees. Many come here for the fishing and it looked good when we were here. At least one 30 lb king salmon landed during our stay. Restrooms are older but well kept. Same for showers. All hookups were fully functional and easily accessible. Lots of other friendly campers here. On site pizzeria, order and pay at office and the pie will be delivered to your site. Bears make occasional visits to the fish cleaning area. Can be at any time of day. Beautiful place to stay and fish or see the redwoods as we did. We would stay here again if in this area.

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It's a work in progress. It's going to be the Life Bible Church. There is a hotel available as well as RV sites. As the previous reviewer said the grass is currently dead and the facility is a construction site. All sites are concrete slabs and the hookups are almost pristine. The pool was clean and ready for use. River access is available for pedestrian access. We ended up here due to waiting too long to make reservations closer to Eugene/Springfield OR. We typically spend our days out and about so it's not so bad for us. After all everything is paved and fully functional as well as clean. Quiet. Very quiet here as there is no road noise. Would we stay here again? Probably not 1st choice. But if we needed to stay in this area and couldn't get in elsewhere then yes we would stay again.

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Could feel crowded if full due to the open setting. We had an enormous site, #21. All sites are grass and were in good shape. Short walk to historic town of Winthrop, WA. Area is outdoor recreational and pretty popular for winter activities and trail biking, horse riding, and back packing in warmer months. Cabins and tipis are also available. Staff is great, helpful and friendly but not intrusive. Looks like most sites have fire pit and picnic table. Lots of tents pitched tonight. Very family friendly from what I'm seeing. Gave it a 9 cause there just isn't a 10.

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Very friendly staff provided local attractions and restaurants. Also provided a brochure of hiking trails. Spacious sites with lots of trees/shrubbery between sites. Nearby village has gas, market and eatery. Very quiet, peaceful setting. Interior roads may be tight for big rigs. Wi Fi worked well as did A T & T cellular. Don't travel with TV so don't know about channel availability.

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Friendly helpful staff. Clean restrooms and showers. Only 1 sink in men's room though. Sites are close but not crowded together. Plenty of room for awnings and slides. Nice base for seeing the north coast of Oregon. Good interior roads, laundry, gas, propane & diesel. Didn't look at pool/spa area. Rate is Good Sam.