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We stayed on site Marigold 6. It was an end site and we had a lovely view of the mountains and sunsets. The sites are gravel and the roads are dirt. I prefer paved roads and sites to gravel and dirt. Our site was level, we had a cement patio with a picnic table plus a grassy area. This is a good location for all the activities of Santa Fe. There are lots of metal sculptures around the park which make it nice. The grassy areas could use a little attention but otherwise the park is very nice.

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Sites are very long, plenty of room for my 45' motor home and car. They are level, gravel pad; most are pull-through sites. Each site has a picnic table and grassy area. The campground is well maintained and the staff is very helpful, nice and friendly. The roads are nicely paved. My only comment would be I would love to have more space between sites but that is the case in most RV parks. This one is better than most. I will definitely stay here again, in fact we already reserved a month in October!

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The sites are roomy, basically this is a big, dirt parking lot with pedestals for electric (30 & 50 amp) and water. No pump out at sites but there is a dump station for $5.00. No bathrooms or showers here. Good location for visiting Monterey and Carmel. Easy to maneuver in our 45' RV. Would stay here again for sure. I would give a higher rating if there was grass or gravel at the sites but with this dry climate dirt flies everywhere!!

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Very nice park. We stayed here in our 45' RV and had no trouble maneuvering on the roads. Sites were close but still comfortable. What a perfect a location for sightseeing the Avenue of the Giants!! We had a wonderful time in this area. Verizon coverage was very poor. Registration is in the gift shop and the folks are very nice and helpful! I recommend this campground highly.

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Very friendly host, nice sites, level and easy to navigate in a large motor home. Great location to tour the northern Oregon coast. I would definitely stay here again.

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Wonderful location and wonderful campground. Staff was very friendly and helpful! They don't take reservations and if they don't have available sites you can dry camp in their dry-camp area and then get a site when it becomes available. We were lucky and they were able to put us in a "leased" site that was open since we were staying for 2 weeks. Residents were very friendly. This is a terrific area to spend some time. Great location for touring Seattle, Port Townsend (what a gem), Victoria Canada, Olympic State Park-Hurrican Ridge. We will definitely return to this area to see all we didn't get to see.

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Great location, beautiful wooded campground. Our site was a very long and level site, but very narrow. The surface was dirt. There is so much to do in this area; we loved Grand Teton N.P. We liked this campground very much and would definitely stay here again.

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Good location for sightseeing. This campground was VERY tight for a big RV. We have a 45' motor home and they said we would have no trouble fitting in. Well, the corners were so tight that I had to move some rocks/boulders so we could make the turn, the roads were very narrow and the campsites were extremely close. We felt like our slide out was almost over our neighbors picnic table! It was filled to the brim with a lot of large RVs. I will not stay there again.

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Wonderful location for seeing all the sights in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Owners are friendly and always available. Sites are level (gravel) with picnic tables and full hook ups. We had no issues getting in or out in our 45' motor home. I would definitely recommend this campground. Hill City is a quaint town, be sure to eat at the Alpine Inn. Easy access to library and post office.

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We had a nice, grassy site with 2 open sites next to us so it was roomy. Most of the campground had sites very close to each other. The owners were very nice and the campground was well taken care of. It was a great location to tour Porcupine Mountains State Park. Be sure to eat at Henry's Inn located about 10 miles away. They have some great nightly specials at a great rate.

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We had a wonderful site right on the river. We could sit out and watch the freighters go by. It was really cool. Sites were close together and no trees. They were level and there were no low hanging trees. Great location for visiting the locks and sight seeing in Sault Ste. Marie.

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Beautiful location with lake views. Staff was very nice and helpful. This campground was too tight for us in a 45' motor home; some very tight turns with low hanging branches. Even though they said sites were level most were not. We tried 3 sites before we found one that was level enough for us (site 123). It had 20 amp electric, no water or dump on site but it had a convenient dump station and water fill station. There was no Wi-Fi or Verizon cell service. We had to drive to McDonald's in Newberry (about 26 miles) to use the Internet. Don't think we would stay here again due to the tight turns and unlevel sites.

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What a great deal. $10.00 per site includes electric, water, and use of casino facilities. Our site had a gravel pad with a grassy "backyard" with a picnic table. They had a convenient dump station. Only negative was we had to clean up a lot of goose poop when we arrived. Funny that we never saw a single goose! Good location for Mackinac Island and St. Ignace. We would definitely stay here again.