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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.

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Beautiful campground on the lake south of Kamloops. Drove in Sunday nite and personnel nice enough to give me map with all available sites. Interior roads paved. Site 38 on outside loop of campground with beautiful view of forested area, wild flowers and meadow. Slight view of lake in distance. 10 degrees cooler in mountains than town. Nicely spaced sites. Have 2 bars of Verizon service.

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We stayed 3 nights here to see the sites around Jasper. Spent a lot of time on the road because of distance outside the park. Personnel very nice. Interior roads rough. Heavily wooded. Decent spacing. Verizon cell service okay. With planning ahead I would choose Whistler Campground in Jasper because of location.

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This was a campground attached to a "resort." Motel, gift shop, restaurant, convenience store, gas station. We had a LONG pull-through with water and electricity. All sites situated in pine forest that made a nice setting. Bathrooms adequate. Could use updating. Personnel all very nice. Spent lots of time driving to Lake Louise and Banff. Checked out some of the provincial campgrounds in area and we would have hard time fitting in most with 28 ft travel trailer pulled by extended cab truck. Plus most looked like dry camping. Internet available in office for charge. No cell service with Verizon.

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Basic campground close to Waterton NP. Nice personnel. Very clean bathroom and shower. (Coin operated shower. $1 for 4 min.) WiFi average. Verizon signal good. Gravel roads in. Gravel site with small amount of grass. Very close to neighbor.

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Close to west entrance of Glacier Natuonal Park, this was a very nice campground in a heavily wooded area. The office personnel were friendly and helpful. Lot was level but had just enough room for 28 ft travel trailer and tow vehicle. Spacing was nice, WiFi in office area, too much foliage for satellite. We connected ok with Verizon LTE. We checked out some of the campgrounds in the park and the ones we saw were mostly pull throughs that were very narrow. Would definitely stay here again.

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Basic campground near West Entrance to Glacier Natuonal Park. We were in back-in site that had 2 vehicles very close to us. We had just enough room for 28 ft trailer and had to park tow vehicle perpendicular to trailer to make it all fit. Some of the pull throughs looked much nicer with some nice trees between sites. Bathrooms and laundry were great. Office personnel very pleasant. WiFi average nothing terrific. AT&T strong with 3 bars.

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Sitting behind a Best Western Hotel (that is where you register), this campground is perfect for a one nite stay when traveling east to west. The bathrooms and showers some the best we've found on the road. Basic gravel sites, close together with full hookups. For an extra fee, you can also take advantage of the breakfast at the Best Western. About 100 miles from Glacier National Park. Would definitely stay again.

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Small county/city park that was satisfactory parking for one nite while traveling across I94. Grass surface with majority of campers permanent. Host very friendly. Definitely okay for one nite but would have preferred a free Walmart and saved myself 20.00. Water and electricity at site. Did' use bathroom.

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We came in late at nite for a one nite stay and the office was very accommodating in finding us a pull-thru site (#386) that fit our needs for the nite. This was a Monday nite and the campground was about 25% full. This is a large campground with over 475 sites. I could see that on a weekend with the campground full, it would seem crowded and noisy as a previous review stated. I'm trying to figure out how to camp Sunday through Thursday nites to avoid having to deal with weekend crowds and noise. Being on the road full-time makes this impossible. The bathrooms were dated but adequate. Phone service was weak but we did have 3 bars of AT&T on our hotspot. Lots of paved roads throughout the park that would be fun for bike riding. A clue when reserving on line if you haven't figured it out, always try to pick a site on the perimeter of the campground so that you're not backed up to another trailer. That will give you a little more privacy. Another site we liked looking around was #213. It looked large and level and backed up to a stand of trees. Not a destination campground for us, but definitely would stay again for a nite or two but only if during the week.

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There are two parts to this campground. One side is open without trees and the other side is mostly shaded by trees. The front row of both sides are right on the bank of the Mississippi River. It was fun to sit at your site and watch all the barges going up and down the river. Conviently located about 10 minutes from downtown Memphis. Trash picked up at site. Bathrooms adequate. Personnel very nice. Good 4G phone service. Park Wi-Fi was inconsistent depending on how many were using it. We used ATT Hotspot to supplement. Free washers and dryers. We would return for the river view alone.

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Near perfect campground. Love COE. We had large waterfront site in the sun. Nice view of lake with beautiful trees all around. 2 bars of 4G. No Wi-Fi. Few channels off TV antenna. Doesn't get much better. Also had a bbq. Site 75 is a pull-through.

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The newest park in the Louisiana system, Palmetto State Park is about as good as it gets. I think everyone of it's sites back up to a canopy of tropical vegetation. Nice separation between sites. Two very clean bathrooms with FREE laundry facilities. Abundant wildlife in park. We saw deer, hogs, raccoons, armadillos, and rabbits. Very quiet during the week. Nice biking throughout the park.