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Its hard to rate this park as it's mostly just gravel, but depending on site, and activities this is a 9 for me. Was end of long trip, could have stayed at Fort Worden which is awesome, but wanted a little city, a great view. My site had the view of 180 degrees of water boats, seals, ferries. The port has a couple of restaurants, but never ate at them, but have been busy on my visits. Site was ok level, cell is good, you have to pay for WiFi. Sites have a dump, water, power, but poles need replacing. Town has a lot to offer in the swing season still too, and will be back in Spring.

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Great park, and a ways to get to. Off season, quiet, and had no one in my loop of 10 site. I could kiddingly say I owned the loop :) site was level, ok cell coverage, lots of privacy, site had a dump, but not modern (no seal) and would not use myself. Beach has a long walk to get to over dunes, and my visit lots of water during my visit. Local pub called the Local Tavern up the road on main highway I went to for beers, to watch a football game, dinner, $25.00 with tip one night.

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Big park just this side of dunes, with not a long walk. No one insight in my loops. Some folks say crowd, and I believe that during peak season. Site are level. No cell, but on beach you could. Park is huge, great beach, I saw a boat launch area, has a horse camping area. Good trails, but go for the beach. Walk, unwind, build a campfire, drink some wine. The advantages of late October I had the biggest campsite ever. Two loops to me, all me for 3 days. Oh for sure coming back someday.

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Arriving late in year, most of the things in the park are closed, store included. No cell service, lots of hiking, biking. A lot more history then I ever knew. Park has a disc golf course. Was in A loop because of trees, site was level. B loop is nice, and more open for sure. Two sewer dumps leaving park. Winery across from entrance. Beautiful short drive from I5 through farms. Seats on the Willamette River, which has a boat in docks, with walk in site. Would definitely come back.

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Had been 27 years since I had visited, and tent camped a lot here. Park has made some good improvements in the RV area, but only one side of the strip. Tent site have been much improved too. My RV site was not one of the improved site. Those overlook a grass field, concrete patio, and driveway. Mine was level, gravel, and dirt. Site wasn't too close to friendly neighbors, cell service is good. This time of year buy firewood ahead of time as park store is closed for the season. New boat parking, new docks, still a nice beach area. I would come back.

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County run park that uses Reserve American. gravel lots, mostly level, good water, and power, dump available grounds big sites. Sanakans are all we saw for a restroom other than a walk to Fairgrounds. The site was marked reserved upon arrival. Never saw the host, but didn't need to find either. Speedway is right next door, so a weekend stay is going to be noisy. We came for the Red Bull GRC. Staying here made it easy to enjoy the event, and no one needed to be a DD for the weekend. Would stay here again for an event.

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Park has some great site, some ok. We where on the river, and was great. Site was level, wifi was mostly ok, poor cell coverage. Staff here is very helpful, and friendly, lots of trees, quiet. Excellent place if your visiting Leavenworth. Being on the river is a major plus for us here, and a 4 mile bike ride to town.

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Excellent park, and our second in the G7 group. This was a quick stop over on our way home. Off freeway, Flying J, no freeway noise. Long terms on out ring of park, but clean sites. Our site level, good wifi, good cell. adult hours at pool, and spa, escort service to site. Staff is really nice, and I would stay here again.

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Park sits off the main road into Bryce Canyon, campground is just a small part of the large Ruby's Inn resort, they have a store, restaurants, rodeo Tues. - Sun. WiFi really doesn't work, cell coverage is very poor, or site was level. Park service shuttle outside entrance. Our site was level, and a lot of sites aren't, we had great site, private, trees. Tent camping here too. Some larger site are in the back, but dusty roads, some have grass. I would stay again if I had same site.

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Very nice park, with a shuttle into the park. $7.00 per person. No buses to park. (Springdale has bus service) Shuttle leaves at 9, returns 2. This really doesn't leave us much time in park, but driver of shuttle does do donation Uber like service from park, and Springdale. Was very helpful for us. Staff is friendly, kid friend park, good wifi, and cell. our site was a back in, gavel, level, dead tree at our site, so no shade. Site on the interior have concert pads, with grass bigger trees. resort does need more bathroom/showers. Resort does serve a limited amount of breakfast, and dinner each. We would stay again, and I would recommend it to others.

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Was fairly easy off freeway to find. Staff gives you a lot of information about the park. Office area in lobby for guests. Has car/rv wash, good cell, and wi fi. Park sits in town, with buses, or light rail just outside. Uber service is available. Park does have fulltime residents. Park has lots of shade trees, so your satellite might be iffy, but they have cable. The plus to this park is it's in town location, and would stay again.

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What a great park. Clean, landscaped, access to sites, good Wi-Fi, good cell, pool area is great. If you have pets, they have a large park. Easy off freeway, with a Pilot, Walmart. Just driving into park we knew this was going to be a 4.0. It did not fail us. Worth stop again if in area.

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Great place to stay along Columbia River. Easy off I-5. Light rail into town is close, Uber service is available, airport can be noisy, cell was surprisingly poor, Wi-Fi is good near a tower.

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Campgrounds this year have been busy. In town (Centralia) for a wedding, and finding a place close if not a campground I looked here. Clean, quiet, golf if you want, and nice course. Great place to stop overnight, or explore area. Next to regional airport, but no real noise. We were treated to the Goodyear Blimp parked out on tarmac till Saturday morning, pretty cool. Stores like they say close by. Cab service quick, cell service super, WI fi never checked. Remember this place has not tables, fire rings, showers, or restrooms. Self contained units only.

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Our visit this time was for a college graduation, and wine tasting. Park is very clean, manicured, and easy assess from highway. 4 miles to town, and $10.00 cab if not pulling toad. Sites are close, but not on top of each other. Excellent place for large rigs, 5th wheelers. Museum next door had a travelling war memorial wall. That made for a few tears. Yes we will be back again.