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Attractive park with paved roads and sites as well as lots of trees. The sites are long enough for our 38' fifth wheel and HDT but not our Jeep. The trees are lovely but many need to be limbed up and pruned back. Watch your roof and slides. We experienced power issues in our first two sites (same row) but were fine in the third. Our power management system would not allow power into the rig due to a faulty ground in the parks system. Others have had the same issue but most have not. The interior roads are pretty narrow and many folks violate the grassy area when leaving. The park is next to 101 and a busy street so there is road noise. Verizon phone and internet work well. With a little maintenance this would be a very nice park and although we would need to be choosy about our site because of trees and potential power issues, we would stay here again.

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We had a huge spot back in the trees which would be great during warm weather or with a group. Most of the sites are on grassy areas and were not a good option due to the heavy rains this winter. With one exception we were alone during our stay although there did seem to be several rigs permanently parked. Looking at the pedestals the sites did not seem to be uniform in size. There appeared to be several tent sites but a bit of a walk from the restrooms. This park was virtually the only one open in the area at this time of year. The office person was very friendly. Verizon phone was fine but internet was 3 or 4G at the whim of the internet gods.

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Campground was very pleasant: lots of green space, trees protecting you from any strong wind and very quiet. We stayed during the off season so probably less quiet with more campers. Our site was long enough for our 38' fifth wheel and HDT but not the Jeep. Power may have been truly 50 amp and not the 100 amp supplied by many parks. Verizon phone was fine but internet wandered between 3 and 4G. Water was fine and dump station is on the way out. The only caveat I have about this park is the narrow interior road (sites are on a loop). We violated the tent site across from us during our back-in and exiting was a tad challenging as well. Our truck has the footprint of a longbed dually. The other side of the loop has a perimeter fence as the obstacle. We watched several others struggle into their sites but the little guys did fine. Even with this challenge, it is a nice park and we will consider it again.

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Park is clean, has paved roads and sites plus good utilites. Our pull through site was long enough for our 38 foot fifth wheel and very large truck. Parking our jeep required some maneuvering. Both the office staff and camp host are very friendly. We are here in the off season and the park is virtually empty but when someone does pull into the site next door, you realize how close and narrow they are. The roadways are fairly narrow as well which might present a challenge for longer rigs when pulling out of the site, depending upon what is parked across from you. The campground also has an annex which is are gravel campsites next to a hotel as well as a dry camping area. We have been very happy during our stay and would return.

     

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Sahara Creek DNR Horse Camp

Ashford, Washington

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We stayed here for a week and were quite comfortable. It is a pretty campground. There were two other campers our first night but we were alone for the remainder of the week. There was a closed area with back-ins and the main section with both back-ins and pull throughs; lots of room for big rigs. There are pit toilets and a water spigot where you enter but no other utilities. The weather did not help but lots of trees so not solar friendly. The entrance off the highway is hard to spot and the entry road had many sizeable potholes but the actual campground roads were fine. There are some trails leading out of the campground for both horses and people but it was hunting season so we stuck with the trails in the National Park. No Verizon.

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A nice overnight or in our case, almost a week. Immediately off the highway, sites and roads are paved. Only the first few sites have a view of the river and shade and one side of the campground is next to the highway but traffic is minimal at night. To make us fulltime rv'ers feel at home there is a train across the river but no horns. Several sites for big rigs and swing room should not be an issue. We did have to dodge some curbs backing into our site but that was self inflicted because we wanted a river view. There are no utilities and no water, only pit toilets. As another reviewer mentioned, nothing to do in the immediate are but fish or read a good book. No Verizon.

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This was an overnight stop and it was just fine. We stayed in 50 amp site with sewer (all sites are the same price) and we were too long for our site and possibly any site in the campground. This was not an issue as we were the only rig in the campground. The 30 amp sites without sewer are the most attractive with rows of tall trees; the remainder of the sites are completely exposed. The campground utilities have some interesting quirks - not all the sewer sites have sewer, the power pedestals are not consistently located so pay attention to which side they are on and some of these are shared. The backins along the perimeter have the utilities in the middle of two sites so one rig would be fine but the other would need to have long cords. There is no lighting in the campground so arriving after dark might be challenging. We decided to ignore our GPS and follow the directions on the website which proved to be best. Use the Gold entrance to the fairgrounds and the office is ahead a ways on the left. The entrance to the campground is ahead a bit further on the left. Verizon 4G and good power.

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This is an older park with several long term residents but perfectly fine for a few days. None of the sites are particularly long and the pullthroughs were closely spaced. We were in a backin which may have been two sites at one time - it was long enough for the 38' fifth wheel with plenty of room along side for the truck and Jeep. The restrooms are one each and I noticed a pay machine for the showers. Verizon 4G and utilities were fine.

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This a beautiful and extremely well maintained park and the owners work very hard to keep it that way. The site spacing was not huge and we did notice some less than level sites but overall, it is a really nice park. A gem in the trees. Once in the park the road is gravel as are the sites and there was plenty of swing room. Verizon was 4G and utilities were fine.

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We have stayed in this park previously and probably will again, it a nice and very attractive park. There are lots of trees and they are tall enough to be no issue, the space between sites is fairly large with plenty of room for sitting in a campchair and our site was long enough for our large truck, 38' fifth wheel and Jeep. The park has lots of pots of flowers all around and plantings near the sites; beautiful in season. We have always been in this outside row and prefer it but it does put you closer to the train. Verizon was 4G and all utilities were good.

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A pleasant park and a good choice while visiting Glacier. The sites are close together and the roadways are not particularly wide but in our section of pull throughs this was not an issue. Our site was just long enough for our large truck and 38' fifth wheel but we needed to park the Jeep across the road. We were located in the last row of the park and that gave us a more spacious feel. We would not hesitate to stay here again. Verizon was 4G, 50 Amp was not strong and there is some train noise.

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This is a small park right off the highway so very convenient. The road and train noise were noticeable during the day however seemed to end about bedtime. The park was built in the fifties which might explain the less than optimally placed utilities. Other reviewers mentioned the restrooms but try as I might I was never able to find the the door unlocked. This was idle curiosity for me but for some campers it could be an issue, especially since there were only three other campers in the park. Restroom access is important! There are a few sites for big rigs but most are sized for smaller rigs. Again, typical with an older park. It is a very pleasant park and worked well for our overnight stay. Verizon phone worked well but 3G.

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Small park with nothing but really long pull throughs. Long enough for any rig. One or two of the sites had some unfortunate tree placement (including ours) but this is truly a big rig friendly park. Very clean, very wide road and cute restrooms. The road and sites are gravel so a bit dusty if you drive too fast. We would happily stay here again and suspect it will soon be discovered as a fantastic overnight or even longer park. Verizon phone and 4G worked well.

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What a beautiful campground! Loop A was the only loop still open this late in the season and it was full. It is in the trees and far enough off the road to be peaceful. If you are a smaller rig you have lots of site options but for the larger among us, not too many. We did fit our 38' fifth wheel, truck and Jeep into site A2. Because of tree placement we had to back into our pull through site. Swing room was a big issue but both the rig and the forest were unscathed. We saw a few other large rigs who faced similar challenges. Site A4 looked promising. The dump station and water fill are also tight for large/tall rigs. Amazingly, Verizon phone and 4G worked well. This campground is truly a gem.

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We stayed in one of the non electric sites which are back-ins against a fence. The four electric sites back-in to the casino near an entrance. Our site was long enough for the truck and 38' fifth wheel without unhitching but we needed to park the jeep in the parking lot. We were in site 10 which was fairly level, 14 and 15 appeared to have a side to side slope. Site 11 had a light pole in the roadway in front which could make for a challenging back in unless you are small. Security made frequent rounds during our stay and verified that we had our parking sticker acquired at check in. It was a Saturday night and the parking lot in front of us was pretty active until the wee hours. Check in is at the gas station and we were told there was water and a dump but did not see these. There was a large nearly empty parking lot on the gas station side of the casino with several rv's but we were told they would be made to leave at 10PM. It was a good overnight stop and we would not hesitate to use it again.