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We stayed twice: Sept & Oct, same site each stay. Like: how sites are laid out for privacy; tidiness of grounds; recycling; bathrm/shower rooms very clean & private, plus having comfy place to wait if shower is on use. Some hi-way noise. Not much to do nearby; most points of interest require driving 30-60 mins. This park can accommodate small or large rigs; park owner assigns sites accordingly.

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Except for bath/shower bldg, which was cleaned daily, this campground is not well maintained. Sites are small; large rigs had significant trouble navigating the curved roads & trees (this park works for modest-sized rigs); several rundown rigs were using the max 10-night stay; several feral (?) cats. Asphalt pads in disrepair. Thorny wild berry plants encroaching into site & long overdue for trimming. Lots of air traffic noise from nearby Sea-Tac airport. No garbage cans anywhere except at restroom. Beautiful path to Puget Sound shore. Not worth the fee & hassle of the required online reservation procedure.

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Why did we love this KOA? Because our back-in site located at periphery of campgrd abutted a lovely & large Forest Service area; it was like real camping; knowledgeable & friendly staff; very little road noise; lovely & plentiful ponderosa pines thru-out; great hiking trails leading directly from camp into forest. Wifi was good until a behemoth rig parked adjacent to the repeater, blocking signal. $43 Rate for E/W site reflects KOA mbr discount.

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With tax, $55/night FHU. No discounts honored. Includes a $5-value shower token, but still way too expensive for a chock-a-block, dirt/gravel place. No recycling--raspberries on them.

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Beach campgrounds always seems to have trashed restrooms/showers -- Doran County Park is no exception. Park personnel appeared daily to replace TP, but did not clean the dirty shower stalls or restrooms. Apart from this, the park has excellent walking-distance access to ocean/beach and Bodgea Bay; excellent views. Besides campers, there are many day visitors, some arriving just after dawn. There is a steady stream of vehicular traffic along the road separating the campground from the beach. Most sites are windy in afternoon. There are two separate campgrounds; the one at end of spit is more exposed. Persistent foghorn 24/7.

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Small RV Park on marina; park is entirely paved, little to no privacy landscaping. Mostly exposed sites, but there are a few at margin of property against embankment. We had an end site w/ unobstructed view of Bay and marina; nice. Sites have fire ring and picnic table. Wind comes up in afternoon -- plan for it! Very clean shower/restrooms. Persistent sound of foghorn in distance.

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Sites a bit close together, mostly gravel & grass. Fairly level, poor wfi. Pair of pit bulls at nearby site made several guests uneasy. Campground really filled up over wk-end.

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Nice redwoods setting but individual camp sites are very close together; no privacy. Frequent patrols by park personnel in trucks. Traffic nouse from nearby Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Check-out is noon; we arrived at 1pm w/ a reservation, & were told to go away until 2 pm ck-in. Many of the sites have difficult RV access.

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A great find: easy access from Interstate 5; surprisingly quiet; very clean toilet/shower; large-leaved mature shade trees & grassy sites, so welcome in Valley's extreme summer temps. Swim pool too.

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This is a lovely campground, not a parking-lot-style RV park. Many choices of pull thru or back-in. Exceptionally clean bathhouse/restrm.

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This is a real campground, not a "resort." Lots of trees, nearby creek where a few back-in sites are located; most sites are irregularly positioned w/ ample space between. Some tenters. Quiet (1/2 mi from freeway). Bathhouse is old, small & rustic but pretty clean. Camp hosts very helpful.

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This is a campgrd, not a paved parking lot- style RV park. Creekside, lots of trees. Very quiet in April with few other campers. Grounds & restroom/shower very clean.

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Beautiful landscaping, perfectly well maintained park with spiffy bathrooms, but the persistent noise 24 hrs/day from heavily traveled Hwy 20 made us leave after 1 night. Our site backed up to a private home with a menagerie of animals, which smelled bad. Washers & dryers at $2/load were the most expensive we've encountered in OR, WA, CA. Wanted to love this place but couldn't.

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Like a roadside KOA, only shabby. Very worn out restrooms and laundry, in need of repair and maintenance.

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Our third stay at this quiet RV park within a lovely city park. Showers are spartan, no amenities, but clean & warm. Very limited options nearby for groceries or supplies. This is not an entertainment type place--go to Seven Feathers for that!