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Open and sunny, sites are wide spots in road to pull over and alongside the paved road. Ok but a feeling of being in the street. Park ran by a concessionaire and was given a discount for federal pass but not 50 % like typical. Can be windy. Views of Badland peaks.

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Shell is barely a wide spot in the road so it is nice and quiet even with being right off the highway. Was an OK spot for an overnight. Just feel not a lot for the price (maybe that's just me).

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We selected a site with no hook ups. Loop B was closed, that left 3 other loops. Some sites have electric available and there is a water faucet to fill up with as you pull in. Off the highway 3 mi pavement plus 2 mile gravel road, no problem. Total 10 mi to west entrance of Yellowstone. Camp hosts were efficient and pleasant. Cell service spotty but near the lake shore got a decent signal.

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OK park, rating it as average because nothing stands out to me. Spaces not to tight but close to each other, sites were level and ez to get to. Large truck stop at exits to fuel up. (not so close to create noise) Would stay here again but probably as a one night stay.

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If you're ok with no hookups, this is an excellent choice. Pit toilets. We were there midweek and only two other campers, guess total number of sites 20 to 25. Maybe different on week ends. Washington parks pass fee area but didn't see a pay slot otherwise. Large pull through sites, level, we were able to get satellite but probably not at most sites, cell service unavailable. Had some concerns prior to arriving about road if there was rain but no problem, compacted gravel roads and sites. 2 miles from Ashford and pretty near Rainier NP.

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Friendly service. Newer facility, pull through or back in's available. Sites close but not squished together. My only complaint would be the price, seemed expensive. No hook up sites were available for about half the price but we were unaware of this. Another park right across the road was about half the cost although not as accommodating for larger rigs.

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Nothing unique about this park. More than half of it is out of commission due to a bridge being blocked. A short trail to ocean was nice. Very unremarkable for a TT park but no major faults. Concerning the tire spikes for coming in the wrong way: 3/4 of the width the spikes are not sticking up but one section of the device is still working and could get you. The "entrance" driveway brings you to a gate and attendant shack.

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Narrow and rough roads, many potholes and blind corners. Confusing road configuration, actually had someone stop and ask me for directions to get back to park entrance. Some spaces are pretty tight and many are occupied full time by members. Had to search for a suitable space for 35' 5th wheel so wouldn't say it was particularly big rig friendly. Nice swimming pool and club house. No WiFi or Verizon signal, and we were unable to get satellite from our site. Probably would not camp here again even though we are 1000 Trails members.

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Not previously listed in rvparkreviews but is listed in Passport America catalog. At the PA rate it is a reasonable stop for a night or two. At full price not a particularly good value. Most of park is occupied by full timers, I estimate maybe 6 to 8 sites available for overnighters. Not really big rig friendly although the site at end of row fit our 35' 5th wheel. Block off Hwy 101, another block to beach. Walking distance to downtown and city is a nice ocean town atmosphere. Can be a challenge to find an opening along coast during summer, its a place to be for a few nights. Would stop here again.

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Large parking lot at casino. Far enough away to be out of traffic. Room for quite a few RV's, probably 30 or so. Boondocking, sunny spots good for solar. Paved. The sites along outside perimeter could be considered pull thru. Initially concerned about unhooking truck and being away, was told that was ok, just not away overnight.

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Gravel roads, a bit meandering and a little tight but not bad. Shady although we were fortunate enough to pick a site where we could get satellite. Pool, clubhouse. Some sites could feel a bit cramped as they are narrow and set in between trees. Nice park though. One leg of our 50A was missing, used the 30A instead.

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Very nice. Tall trees. Our site was in first loop to left as you come in. Spacious sites but were nearest the road and was quite a bit of traffic noise until around 9pm. Even with this it was just a nice site, nice park. To much shade for our Tailgater satellite.

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OK park but tightly packed. Trees, grass. Was nice enough just to close in to each other.

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They add $5 for electric, after tax our total was $25.30. Cashier friendly and efficient. Sites are built in 3 long rows sloping down a gentle slope, ez to navigate but are tight to neighboring site. Exiting our rv was awkward as the step was off the pavement as well as sloping down and into the neighboring site. Convenient for travelers on I-5. OK for overnight, freeway noise noticeable beginning at 6AM. Pool was nice, restrooms/showers nice and roomy.

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I'm rating this a bit lower, not my kind of park I suppose. Sites were very close to each other. Sewer hookup in adjoining site at front of parking space for your tow vehicle or towed vehicle. If you pull up to be out of driveway it sits below your front bumper. Resort type setup. Office well staffed and friendly. All amenities available and convenient. Shopping nearby. I was just disappointed with how close sites are to each other. And price.