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This review is on the RV part of the resort not the hotel. The area we stayed in had all paved roads, paved sites, and grass patios. There are other areas where it is all gravel but extra $$$ to stay in the 'deluxe' area is well worth it and this was apparent given that each of the 8 nights we stayed this deluxe area was full with the overflow sites also being occupied. The site (170) is paved as mentioned before. We did need some leveling blocks on one side. The hookups (50/30/20 amp, water, sewer, cable) were all that the back of the site so if you pulled too far ahead you definitely need an extension for your sewer line. We pulled back as far as we could without extended out to the road and our sewer line just barely fit. This made it not possible to line up our door to the small patio section. This site was long enough for our 5th wheel but we had to jimmie the truck in at an angle as to not extend into the roadway. There are other sites that are plenty long to accommodate us, we just got assigned this one. Good water pressure, good cable (over 50 channels), and steady power. The grounds were very well maintained, several bear proof garbage containers throughout the park, clean laundry room and washrooms, and lots of green space for our dogs. All the staff and maintenance people were very nice. The park is nicely laid out and the interior roads are of decent size making maneuvering easy. We would definitely stay here again. Make reservations!

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The RV Resort itself is very nice - paved roads, level concrete pads with grass and gravel patio, and hedges at every site to provide some level of privacy. FHU includes good power (30 and 50 amps), decent water pressure, and lots of TV channels from the cable. The roads are on the narrow side but nothing to worry about. There is a warm pool, showers, and games room. All in all a good clean sort BUT this resort is mostly occupied by full time owners and only the few that backs along the very busy Balmoral Road which I believe the locals use it as the 1/4 mile drag strip are available for visitors. You are guaranteed to hear at least 1 drag race from vehicles or motorcycles with illegally modified mufflers. When there is no local drag race the road is very busy and you do hear the traffic when sitting on your patio or inside your unit. The other big negative, and the reason why we won't return, is that they charge $5/dog/day. Traveling with 2 dogs makes this an unnecessary expense. I don't see what the cost provides given they do not provide doggie bags or containers throughout the resort to drop off the bags. There is a large fenced in dog area at the far end of the resort but it requires very little maintenance given it is all gravel.

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Stayed in one of their new pull thru sites (C-145). It was long enough to fit 2 class As and their tows so needless to say we had ample room for our fifth wheel and truck. The rate does not reflect the fact that they charge $6/day per pet so for us that was an extra $12/day - not cool, hence the rating. The park itself is huge with many buildings with washroom and laundry facilities. They had a bunch of small grass areas for dogs to do their business and a nice off leash beach for them too - but not at $6/day/dog. They have a decent bistro that serves the usual burgers, tacos, and quesadilla. The cable tv was decent. Wifi was also an extra charge so we did not opt for that. Our personal hotspot worked just fine. The reception people could have been friendlier but nothing to complain about. All in all, a good park, roomy, easy maneuverability, indifferent staff, and watch out for all those extra charges.

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This basically a row of sites along the 10th fairway of the golf course. There really is no danger of getting hit by a golf ball unless you're in one of the end spots where there is no fence. You drive down a narrow road, probably equivalent to 1.5 lanes, to your site. This narrow road is all you have to play with to back into your site. If someone parks their truck or tow vehicle beyond their space - good luck! There were not a lot of people there so we had plenty of room to maneuver. There is full hookup with 50 amp service. NO cable but we did receive good OTA digital channels. The only facilities you have are at the clubhouse which is bit of a walk and probably not opened all night. The best thing about this place is the golf and the discount you get. The golf course itself is an easy walking course with a lot of fun, challenging holes at a very, very good price point. We played 36 holes one day for a total of $38 (including power cart if you wanted). If you're coming here to enjoy RV camping only then there are probably better places to visit. If you're coming here to golf then this is the place. Very friendly staff at the pro-shop. Garbage cans were not emptied the whole time we there so they were pretty full.

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For a Premier RV Park I don't think I got value for the price I paid. Sure, the grounds were tidy, the washrooms were clean, and they had a decent size dog run BUT for $51 (including discount) we got a site that barely fit our 35 ft fiver if we parked the truck perpendicular to the trailer. After doing that we were barely left with any space to hang out. The picnic table was equivalent to 1/2 a normal size table. It actually was a picnic table sawed in half. Right in front of our site was the loading area for all the class A motorhomes to hook up their toads. SO, if you are in a hurry to get out you better time it right. They were also very picky about where your four legged family member did its business. Very strict about that. Overall, easy to maneuver any size trailer and easy on/off of Oregon coast highway (although sometimes traffic can be nightmare) but there is probably better value elsewhere.

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The best thing this park has going for it are the large campsites, very spacious, very good picnic table, fire ring, and relatively level site for trailer. Very easy to maneuver any size trailer (we have a 35ft fifth wheel). There are no hook ups and no cell phone reception at the site. There are a number of drinking water taps throughout the park as well as pit toilets. There are 3 buildings each with 1 flush toilet and about 5 shower stalls. These are your typical park facilities - bare concrete and brick shower stalls that have seen better days. At least the shower water is warm but you have to constantly push a button that gives you about 10 secs of water. This park is situated by Allouette lake - a clear, clean and refreshing large lake with plenty of beach area (some sand, lots of rocks). The park operators drove by very frequently but pretty much left you alone. Good to know there is security around all the time. If you like true wilderness camping (with no hook ups) and large private sites this is the place to be.

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Best little RV park in the Okanagan. The drive to the park takes you into Kelowna up a single lane winding mountain road overlooking the city; the road is easily manageable for any size RV. This small park has only 8 full service sites but each site has a lot of individual space for you to hang out in. There is also plenty of room to maneuver any size trailer so that won't be a worry. We had 50 amp service, very good water pressure, and an awesome setting nestled in a very quiet part of Kelowna right beside a golf course. The site offered a gravel pad, solid picnic table, and a good amount of grass space to relax on. We needed a bit of leveling but not much. No cable service but do you really want cable in such a setting? We were able to pick up a couple of local HD channels over the air to keep up with the news. There was one washroom and a separate shower room - both were immaculately clean. Most people just used their own facilities. This is a working farm so we had fresh eggs for breakfast. It was too early in the season for vegetables or fresh chicken. The park is very close to Myra Canyon trails that offer outstanding views of the whole Canyon and beyond. It about an 8 km drive up a logging road to the Myra Canyon trestles but well worth it. The owner/operator is a true delight and is the epitome of what all RV park operators should strive to become. Thank you for making our stay so enjoyable.

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This was a stop-over 1 night stay. Check-in was quick. The owner was friendly and pleasant to deal with. The park was not busy at all. There were only about 6 trailers in all, 1 of which was probably a long term resident. Very easy highway access. Maneuvering within the park is very easy. The sites are gravel, very level, has same grass, and full hook-up. Your basic, clean campsite. It was very windy the time we stayed there. The men's washroom has a toilet and urinal and probably single person use room. The showers are in a separate room. There were 3 stalls each. Apparently, the women's toilet facilities has 3 toilets separated by only a curtain.... did not go in to verify. The owner told us it wouldn't freeze over night but it did resulting in a busted water regulator. Can't blame anyone other than myself for not taking proper precautions. No dog-run area. Would stay here again if in the area.

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We had a beautiful site right along the Icicle River in this small park. It was a back-in spot with only 30 amps which was fine since we didn't need the air-con. There was only one 50 amp spot along the river but it was a pull-in spot. The sites along the river are alternating pull-in back-in so you will be facing your neighbours no matter which site you get. It was fine since there was plenty of room. These sites have loose gravel pads with small gravel patio. The rest of the area was grass. The owners help guide you into your site. There is plenty of room for any size RV. There are no garbage containers anywhere except by the front entrance. You have to haul your garbage there on your own. There was no dog run/area even though there was a sign indicating so - it was probably under construction. Firewood could be purchased at the office for $5/bundle. The wifi was not reliable.

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Heard about this RV Park from a fellow traveler the day before we left the previous place and boy are we glad we did. It was about a 6 hour drive from Vegas but that was because of the awful traffic through Salt Lake City. This is a very nice smaller RV park with ample space to fit any size trailer. Our Premium Deluxe site had a large grassy area with a large concrete pad to park your trailer. We needed no leveling blocks. Because we were only 1 night we only hooked up water and power but if we had to hook the sewer we might have had to pull out the extension. The washrooms and showers are single occupancy rooms and very clean. There is no designated enclosed dog run area but they provide pick-up bags at all the grass areas. This is a very clean park with lots of space between sites. The owners did mess up our gate entry code so when we got back after dinner we couldn't get back in. Fortunately, there was a worker still there and he let us in. But all in all, we would definitely stay here again.

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We had a deluxe pull through site (165) which had just enough space to fit our 35 ft fifth wheel and truck. This site had a nice level concrete pad to park your trailer and a smaller adjacent pad with a picnic table. The rest of the area was your regular red rock gravel. This is a huge park and although there is no trouble maneuvering your rig around we did feel a bit cramped as the sites could have been a bit bigger given the price you pay. They have a very nice pool, washrooms were clean, general store well stocked, and several small dog areas. The large dog park is located just outside the main gate. Their free wifi worked very well as did their cable. They are about a 10 minute drive to the main strip which you can find free parking just behind the Flamingo hotel. All the interior roads are nicely paved. All the staff is very friendly as are most of the people we met staying there. No noise problems even though you see jets flying overhead almost all the time. I would stay here again if in the Vegas area again.

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One of the nicer trailer parks we've stayed at and definitely the best one in south Tucson. All the sites are nicely laid out with plenty of room to park the largest rig (saw many semis with plenty of room to spare). The deluxe sites with grass are definitely worth the extra bucks. There are plenty of fruit trees throughout the park. We had a grape fruit tree on our site. Had a sweet grape fruit almost everyday. Th pool area was very nice but can get crowded because this is a huge park with only 2 pools. The staff was extremely friendly. Garbage is picked up at your site all day until 4:00. They have a large off leash park for your 4-legged family members - one of the nicer ones we've seen. This park is not in the nicest part of town but we felt safe, the park is clean and everyone is friendly. The biggest negative about this place is the poor wifi. It is almost unusable. They do let you use their computer in the game room or you can plug in your own laptop. Overall, excellent park. Very highly recommended if you're in the Tucson area.

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This is an exceptionally fine RV park, where the sites are very well laid out with more than generous areas for yourself. We prefer the back-in sites over the pull-throughs because they offer more area and privacy. There is a mixture of shaded and sunny sites; we got one of the sunnier sites, which is our preference. The washrooms are very clean. The showers are pay per use (but we didn't use them). The interior roads are nicely paved and can accommodate any size RV. The sites are mostly gravel with a fire-ring and usable picnic table. The road leading into the park off of US 12 is long (3.9 miles) and narrow but not really an issue. There is a sign posted just off the highway stating use this road at your own risk - don't worry about it. It is manageable. The result is worth it. The only knock on this park is the mosquitoes. If you don't have repellent or a fan or, better, both you will be eaten alive (at least during this part of the year - September).

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Overall, a very nice RV park and better beach. The rating depends very much on the site you stay at. We stayed in site 31, which was somewhat overgrown with trees and shrubs that very much limited the amount of sunlight that gets through resulting in a constantly damp and muddy area. The overgrown trees offered great privacy but a made it difficult to position your rig in just right to get your slides out. It took a bit of maneuvering but we managed with one side sitting partially on the grass. There are other much more open sites and had we stayed in one of those then the rating would have been 10/10. The washrooms are older, dated, but relatively clean for a state park. The beach is the thing we will definitely come back for (at a different site). We had full power, water, and sewer. The sites closer to the water and beach do not have sewer.

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The park is very well laid out, accommodating for the largest rigs. We stayed at one of the premium sites which backed into the Skagit River. There is no direct river access, as there is a border or trees and shrubs in between. These premium sites are only 30 amps. No sites have sewer but there is a dump station which even registered guests must pay $5 to use. There is ample grass space between sites for your party to spread out and enjoy. The roads are on the narrow side - we had to drive over grass to park our 5th wheel - but not a problem to be concerned about for getting around the park itself. The dump station is near the entrance but poorly laid out because there is no way to make a U-turn back to your site if there are any vehicles in the day-use parking area. The dump station was probably an afterthought. The lack of sewer and poor dump station layout was the reason for only a 9 out of 10 otherwise very nice park. Highly recommended.