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Rate is $16.50 w/PA for 2 nites then $29.71 w/GS for 3 nites. This is a very nice, clean park with an awesome, helpful staff. Level paved pull-thrus with paved interior roads and grass between sites. Electric & water hook-ups convenient and worked well; our sewer was not as convenient at the back of site but no big deal. Can pick up some over-air stations or request a digital cable box. The wifi was slow at times (as in most parks) but worked quite well most of the time. Restrooms, showers & laundry always immaculate, as were the grounds. As previous mentioned, it seems about 75% of people are full-time residents and some do leave real early. But we weren't bothered at all by it and the park obviously doesn't allow "full-time junk" to collect around units as everything is neat and tidy. Great park, would definitely return.

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Nightly rate was $28 plus $8 reservation fee so for 2 nites, brought it to $32/nite. This is a beautiful and picturesque state park with recreation for everyone; camping, fishing, biking, hiking, equestrian, boating and OHV dune riding. Our site was a large pull-thru with door opening to interior of site at the veranda-covered picnic table (not on road as prior camper experienced) with hook-ups conveniently placed that worked well. Interior roads and sites were asphalt; very clean. Easy in-easy out, with lots of room between sites. Would definitely stop again.

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Rate is for PA. Very rustic, all dirt/gravel. A few level pull thru overnight sites and back-ins available, several permanents. Fine for an overnighter. 2 small one-room restrooms with toilet/sink/shower which could use a good cleaning. Good restaurant on property. Didn't use water or sewer, only used 50A electric but it was spot-on at 120, no cable but we got a good selection of over-the-air stations, contrary to a previous post. Can't beat the price for a convenient overnight stop.

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All gravel, overnight pull-thrus were level, utilities were convenient and worked well. No cable but we got a good selection of over-the-air stations. Park is clean, laid out well, lots of cool old tractors and other antique equipment scattered about; staff on the phone and in the office are awesome-very friendly. Large clubhouse with tables, couches, TV. Walk thru the clubhouse and then into the laundry room (plenty of washers & dryers by the way) to get to one women's and one men's room, each with toilet/sink/shower and always very clean. Unfortunately the entire clubhouse/laundry/restrooms were only open 8am to 9pm which isn't as convenient for early risers. Close to the River (Bullhead City & Laughlin) to the west and Kingman in the east. Nice park for an overnight stop or longer.

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$20 is based on the weekly rate of $140 all inclusive. It is basically an asphalt parking lot with back-ins around the perimeter bordered by grass and trees, and pull thrus in the middle with shared pedestals (which can make things a little close when two alternate rigs are sharing a pedestal - only inches between slides; having your own pedestal on one of the islands is the way to go). Several gravel islands between pull-thrus with trees and pretty rose bushes. Sites are good size, utilities are convenient and worked well. Lots of cable stations. WIFI wasn't usable at our site. Restrooms always clean, laundry is $1.50/$1.50 but only 2 washers/dryers. It is convenient and clean, walking distance to casinos, food, shopping, etc; a good stop for overnight or longer.

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Nice state park with 4 loops. We stayed in a pull thru in the Quail loop at $30/night. Some shade trees, adequate room between sites and good restrooms/showers. The town of Cottonwood is very close with everything you need. Good location about 20 minutes to Sedona in one direction and 40 minutes to Prescott in the other. A nice, quiet spot for a day or longer. We'll return.

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Rate with tax is $33.24. Nice location, easy off the freeway in the cute, "Rt. 66" town of Williams, but some freeway noise and more noise from the neighboring Love's truck stop. Difficult to leave windows open at night to cool off because of this. Red packed dirt w/scattered lava rock ranging from pea size to peach size and everything in between. Chunks of lava rock and dog mess look the same so when dog owners allowed pets to do their business at the edge of our site and in empty sites, not everything got picked up. Ok spot when traveling through.

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Daily rate including tax is $39.20; they don't have a weekly rate. Park is in a great location near Mono Lake at the entrance road (Hwy 120) to Yosemite and hence is very busy this time of year. Our pull-thru site was nice with big cottonwood shade trees which helped on hot days. The utilities were in the right spot but there are electrical issues. We had problems with high voltage and the owner told us they have it set above 120 to 137 in case they have several big rigs using more electric with a/c, etc. Basic cable is free but Wifi is $4 per day. Showers, restrooms and laundry are open to the public so it was packed with hikers and campers from Yosemite and other surrounding areas. However, they are right on schedule with the 12-1pm cleaning every day; they have to with this heavy usage. It's a decent spot and there aren't many choices in the immediate area except for forest service dry camping. But electrical issues would probably prevent us from returning.

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Rate listed is based on monthly rate, plus extra for electric. All sites have medium sized river-rock gravel with a cement apron at front and rear and two small cement strips on which to drive and park. We had to change our original pull-thru site as our leveling jacks just didn't fit right on the rock/cement configuration. Interior roads are narrow making it difficult to maneuver, but site sizes are adequate. Restrooms/showers clean. Cable requires modem box that you can obtain from the office for a $75 refundable deposit. Wifi was fairly reliable the first 2 days until Sat. am when it came to a screeching halt. It varies; sometimes pretty quick, sometimes too slow to use. Seems like a lot of permanents. Office staff and manager are very accommodating. No shade so pretty hot when we were there. Good location in Carson City area with all shops, restaurants, and a casino just down the street, and an easy short drive over the mountain to Tahoe.

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Rate is based on weekly. As the previous poster said, the entrance to the RV Park is through Casey's mobile home park and you do get a certain impression. They are older mobiles in need of some sprucing up, but grounds are tidy. Then you turn the corner into paradise. Interior roads and sites are all paved with grass and table (nice and clean), and our large, long pull-thru faced the gorgeous river; big trees everywhere. Large barrels and planter boxes with colorful flowers, veggies and herbs are placed throughout. (And by the way, a previous review said you can pick---NO picking!) It is one of the prettiest parks and settings we've seen. 50A electric and water dependable, cable had 14 usable stations with 4 encore movie channels, sewer is at back of site-need long hose or park at the back, WIFI was very slow. Large bathroom building in middle of park was clean; small individual restroom/shower building outside clubhouse wasn't as clean. Train comes by a couple times a day and maybe in the middle of the night, but it really wasn't a bother in our site at the front of the park. Lots of neat things to see in the area. Will return.

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This rate included tax. Utilities and cable work well but need a long hose for sewer at the back of site. I usually cringe when I hear Tengo wifi upon checkin but this park has upgraded Tengo equipment and about a dozen repeaters throughout the park and the wifi was outstanding. This bumped my rating from 7 to 8. Very friendly and helpful staff. Road noise was more evident in our shaded back-in site near the road at the front of the park than it would be in the back sections and it's also in the flight path so some noise from planes, but neither were that bothersome. After all, you're in a Portland metro park, not a wilderness campground. Our site was ok, but quite close to one neighbor; truck barely fit. Most other sites, however, were nice with more room between neighbors. Great location for touring the Gorge waterfalls and close to town with every amenity you would want; convenient and close to I-84. Would return if in the area.

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We were quoted a rate and charged one night when we made the reservation, but the price was more when we arrived to check in (this price includes tax). Pull thru paved sites are adequate size, utilities worked well. Restrooms were clean, but it seems there should have been more than one shower (and more than one toilet stall in men's) for the number of sites in the park. The location is wonderful for touring the coast and the setting is very pretty on the marina with the Yaquina Bay Bridge as the backdrop. Newport Bayfront is great; there is lots to see and do even right in and around Newport, let alone the rest of this stretch of coastline. Would stay again if in the area.

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The setting along the tree-lined river is pretty, but I guess I'm not as enamored as the other reviewers with the park in general. I suspect the reason for the higher ratings by many folks is for the off-leash dog area away from the RV sites along the river, where some dogs run around pooping while owners are MIA. When we arrived, we were directed to our site, but there was no way we could maneuver into the site with our 37' 5th wheel. A neighbor came out and suggested we either ask the host to move his motorhome across from our site, or leave the park, go turn around in a parking lot down the road and enter from the other direction, backing in on our blindside instead, as he did. We did finally leave and re-enter and got into the site. Sites are wide enough and long enough, gravel and grass, but interior dirt/gravel roads and other adjacent sites make it difficult to maneuver. Utilities are well placed and work well, cable is clear with 40 channels. Wi-Fi was ok sometimes, but slow or non-existent at others. Park is on Hwy 34, so road noise is evident but not intolerable. It is 3 miles from downtown and the coast, so it is away from all that hubbub, which is good. Restrooms and showers were clean and maintained regularly; not sure how much time is spent on exterior grounds. The priority here is the dog area/fire pit area near the river. Having said all that, it was a good choice for us for our stay in the area.

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Small, clean, well maintained park; seems to be several long term rigs with just a few short term sites, but all very tidy. Older park so not a lot of room between sites, but certainly adequate. Utilities well placed and work well, restrooms clean, no laundry but laundromat right across the street, RV parts store in office. 24 cable stations, Wi-Fi was excellent, putting most parks we've visited to shame. Owner and host very nice. Port Orford is a cute, very small town about half way between Gold Beach and Bandon, making it easy to explore the entire southern Oregon coast from this park. This park is peaceful and quiet as is most of Port Orford, making it a good choice for a few days or a few months!

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Rate is based on one week stay. Pretty family campground with 7 lakes, most sites are dirt (possibly some paved pull-throughs), interior roads paved. Utilities worked well and were well placed. No cable in this site. Restrooms, showers clean. Verizon service spotty. We reserved a site in Willow loop and arrived on a Saturday which was probably not the best thing to do as we could barely drive to our site with kids riding bikes, razors, running and screaming ALL over the place, in and out of our site as we were trying to get in. As the previous poster mentioned, Willow is a little older, more rustic with nice shade trees, but some sites at odd angles and either good site space or not too good. If we had it to do over again, we would have paid more for a different site; perhaps a pull-through in a different loop would have been quieter with less activity, as all loops have a different feel. We were here to visit family in San Diego, so it was tolerable for a week, but we're retired full-timers and this place just isn't what we're looking for. Because of that, my personal rating would be lower, but I rate objectively based on what the park has to offer for those interested in this type of camping. It's a great place for families to camp being right in Santee and close for San Diego County residents to buzz right over even for one night.