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Yes we are back again, and will return. Short get away weekends for us driving North on I5 due to traffic. Location is key, wi fi spotty . Bring your bike, bring a chair to watch birds.

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Awesome place, clean, a wine country adventure starting point. The air museum next door is a must $50 entry fee, but seeing the Spruce Goose was amazing. The little towns are fun, wine, cheese, hazelnuts, fresh eggs, berries. Sites are big, shade tree, clean tables, wi fi ok, nice pool, a few seasonals, but clean, very clean.

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Have not been here in 30 years,but found the old site. This time around in the E loop #53. First time I have ever been to NPS, or a SP. that you could cut wood within the park that is down. Free shuttle to rim in morning, and one ride back at 4:00pm. Great place, a lot of good sites, a car a must to visit rim to hike, or...... The shuttle was a bonus.

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Have been wanting to come here, and Bend too. Nice place, amenities great, one I would have like was a pool. Good bike ride to town, or a 18.00 cab ride to heart of town. Only down side would be cost. Also a 1976 vintage FMC motorhome parked next to us. Very cool.

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This is such a beautiful park to visit with so many view points, and short bike ride to Anacortes. The restrooms this visit are in need of major work, but will return.

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Convenience was objective this time. Early season, not crowded, premium site with view of lake. In town location. We biked to wine tastings, lots of sunshine. You don't have a lot of privacy. 50-50 split of site with shade or not.

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Beautiful place, stayed in the tree loop,low tide, park was in good shape for early season, they are short of $$$, you can see. Hiking, and water views are great. My only major complaint was checking in, was the Ranger had an vest, gun,and all. Was thinking......... Is this a state park........ Is something going on? On a positive note, bring a fishing pole, good shoes, and enjoy.

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We had a beach site which have a premium cost, view is to die for, location is the biggest plus here, staff are nice, hours limited, no shade, site was somewhat level, park has a cafe, and a couple of restaurants, marina is fun watching boats.

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Park still in partial winter season. My campsite was nice, but knew ahead of time. A lot of bad sites, beach nice, great views from some sites next to road. Not a lot of traffic. Not sure why so popular of a place.

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Waterfront #7, excellent weather, wi fi was spotty in evenings, great staff, great neighbors as always.

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Campground is up the hill, and really almost like a state park. Staff is great, and takes alot of pride in his place. Wi Fi is spotty, if you wanted to tent camp it has great sites too. He has the best designed fire pits I have ever seen. I would stay here again.

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Clean park, concrete pads, great WiFi, nice office, covered pull in checking, close walk to downtown. Did not use cable, as we never do when camping. Golf next door. Would stay here again. Price was Good Sam discount.

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Excellent park, maybe too big as some sites are great, others poor. If you like hiking, biking, or history then this is the place. Great camp hosts in all loops. Really no cell coverage. Price reflects out of state, and reservation fee. Would stay here again, and again.

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You know for a place close to Portland, you really can't go wrong. Very well maintained, sidewalks, paved, concrete pads, level, never used wifi, or cable. Price reflects either AAA, or Sam's Club. Yes long terms, but so close to city. People where very nice to chat with. Noise from airport really not that bad. Stayed. 2 days, and stay again.

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We dry camped in the upper loop. Price reflects premium site. Hook ups Are on the bottom loop, but we prefer the tree of upper loop. Bottom Loop is great, on the beach some sites, but to us a little exposed to weather. The old fort has lots of history, good hiking, and mountain biking trails. We happened to camping gear during might us tides, some clarification get, and crabbing was excellent. We would stay again.