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Wonderful park, set up as three large rectangles with pull-through sites on the interior and back-in site on the exterior of each loop. The back-in sites provide a bit more privacy, but the pull-through sites include a large grassy area perfect for Frisbee or like activities. Extensive trail system for walking/biking, access to Deschutes River, and fairly close to town. We just spent the night, and with all the activities available, didn't feel the need to unhook. Firewood and ice is available for sale.

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Arrived on a Saturday, paid for two nights, but left the next morning. All roads are dirt--dusty dirt--making an outdoor activity around the trailer impossible. A fire ring is available at each site, but with the constant traffic (our site was an intersection of three roads), having an evening fire was out of the question. Too many barking dogs and people walking through our site. Restrooms were absolutely disgusting--mold up 1/3 of plastic shower curtain, mud piling up in corners, and the black shower mat gave off an awful smell and sound when stepped on.

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This park would be fine for an overnight stay, unfortunately we were here 5 nights. There seems to be no rules regarding number of RVs/tents per site, where dogs can do their business, speed limit within the park, or number of people per site. Sites are gravel and some around the outer perimeter slope enough back to front that leveling brings your front wheels off the ground. Bathrooms were being remodeled so didn't use the showers. Didn't use the pool due to vast number of non-supervised children. Wi-Fi was very slow and non-working most of the time. Two pluses--quiet at night considering its proximity to the interstate and great golf course. If were in the area again, will likely dry camp in the casino parking lot. This park has great potential but lack of rules makes it no different than forest service land camping.

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The cleanest, nicest restrooms of any RV park we've visited. Wi-Fi was strong and quick, all sites and roads paved and level, and great management made this a nice two-week visit to Reno. Not child friendly due to no play area and, for their safety, children are not allow to play or ride their bikes on the interior roads (strictly enforced). Would stay here again.