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Site E3 pull-through was probably the prettiest camp site we've stayed at in the past 6 months full timing on the road. We needed an overnite on our trip across I80 and found this gem on Allstays and RV Park Reviews. Cable working well. WiFi working well. Electric and water both good. Easy in and out. Actual campsite always makes the park for us and E3 a gem.

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About 16 miles from Old Faithful, Madison is a good location to stay at while visiting Yellowstone. No water or electricity, this is dry camping in a nice wooded environment. Generators from 8-8. They gave us a "C" loop campsite that is sometimes hard to maneuver. Showers available at Old Faithful for 4.25. No cell service. Might look at something different next time.

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Great little campground in Custer State Park. Electric, Verizon cell service and was able to get a satellite signal with our Tailgater. Great bathroom with free shower. Custer State Park could be one of our favorite parks in a 4 month trip.

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A very large park on the edge of the town of Custer, SD. This park was formerly called Flintstone Bedrock City Campground and I think because of change of ownership that's why lack of reviews. Allstays still has them listed under Flintstone. We have a full hookup, pull through site with everything but cable. The park consists of lots of green space surrounded by pine trees and mountains in the background. The park still maintains some of the Flintstone motif that kids will love. 4 bars with Verizon but WiFi strong. Would definitely return. Office personnel very accommodating.

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A very small RV park in the middle of the small town of Lusk, WY. Met by a wonderful woman who asked where we were headed then pulled out maps and brochures for our final destination. Full hookups. Pull through. Cable and WiFi. The park was neat and clean and had everything we needed for one nite stay across the state. Would definitely use again.

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A small RV park right off I80. Basically a grass and gravel park with some permanent residences. Full hookups with cable and WiFi. The cable didn't work for us. We pulled in and the office closed, so we choose a site and a young lady came around to collect. Very informal but seems to work. Space very long. Would definitely stay again when traveling across the state on I80.

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For a "RV" Park, this is as good as it gets. Newer park, long paved pull-through site, friendly personnel, full hook-ups with Wi-Fi and cable. Lots of young trees in park that in few years will provide great shade. Spaces separated by gravel and roads throughout park are paved. Right off I80, great location when traveling cross country. Verizon had 2 bars.

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Snagged a Friday nite without reservation. Friendly service, cash only, large site with full hookups. Most sites shielded on 3 sides with trees and shrubs. Cable TV. Definitely stay again if driving through.

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Interesting little RV park on California coast. Our site had a small deck over looking a pretty pond covered with Lilly pads and surrounded by trees. Campground galore with beautiful flowers. Our site #3 was a back in site to the deck protected on both sides with a trellis fence covered with vines and flowers. Full hook ups and cable. Verizon reception good. State park with ocean views across the street. Personnel very friendly. Bathrooms and shower great.

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One of the best state parks we've ever visited. Large private sites in middle of mature forest. Clean bathrooms with free hot showers.. Moderate cell reception with Verizon. Did find a signal for our TV satellite. Beautiful beach nearby. Dump out of service. Loved fact all walk-in because we travel without reservations. About 1/4 available late Tuesday afternoon.

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One of nicest state parks we've ever been in. Price based on amount of services. We had full hookups for 45.00/nite. Personnel great. Bathrooms plentiful and clean. Beach wonderful. Sites 1-180 arranged in spokes of 10 sites per spoke which made this campground feel more private than it was. No cell service with Verizon. Interesting towns nearby. Few of sites had partial ocean views. If I had one of those, this campground definitely a 10.

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Location. Location. Location. We were able to score 4 nites at the last minute for a site that backed up to an ocean view. Bathrooms/showers clean, personnel very friendly and helpful, grounds satisfactory. Verizon works well. Great beach with wonderful sunsets. Site 11 large with fence separating us from 10.

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One of the nicest private "RV" lots we've stayed in across the U.S. A newer park, you can tell by the amount of detail that the owners are adding yearly to make this park an inviting place to stay. We had a wide back-in space that backed into a nice line of trees. Great on hand owners. All gravel interior with some grass on the perimeter. A lot of fisherman use the park and the office is stocked with fishing supplies. I believe the owner might be a fishing guide. We stayed two nites until we could find a spot directly on the ocean.

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It is a paved parking lot next to highway. The spots are the tightest we've ever experienced. No shade to speak of. This was last minute for us and the office personnel did a great job to accommodate us. Convenient to Seattle. Shopping nearby.

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This is a RV Park and not what I consider a campground but a really nice RV Park. Each spot surrounded on 3 sides by a tall hedge that really makes your site very private. We chose this park for our visit to Vancouver and Whistler. All services very clean and well maintained. Close to HWY 1 that makes park a little noisy but also convenient to travel to Vancouver which is about an hour away depending on traffic. Would definitely stay again.