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Site has plenty of room in between. We have a pull through. FHU, on gravel with concrete pad and table (fire ring on request). WIFI (pretty good), 3G Verizon. Long enough for the rig, could fit truck but parked it next to the water. Dog run. Volleyball net and tether ball. So beautiful here.

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Not big rig friendly. Site narrow and just long enough for 39 ft fifth wheel. Dirt/ gravel site. Trees on both sites at most sites. 3G Verizon. FHU, dog run was not level. Playground.

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Dirt site, muddy. Site separated by trees. Fire ring and table. Its close to the south entrance to Yellowstone. No cell service.

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Pull through but not level site. On dirt, our jack sank, so if it rains, put down a pad. Concrete pad with table and fire ring. Electric and Water only. 4G. 10 channel on antenna.

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Roads are paves. There are loops in this park. We where in FHU site. All sites pull through on gravel with concrete pads, table under structure and fire ring. Near the reservoirs. 4G. There's a playground on the other side and you can walk dogs anywhere. Note: there is a $7 daily fee.

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Site is dirt (muddy when rain), utility pole from neighbor is next to door. Not much room between sites. Rural. 50 AMP, WiFi was good, 4G on Verizon. No playground, no dog run- but can walk dogs on property.

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Spaces are dirt and red gravel, trees and grass strip. Picnic tables, very close together in some places (closer to the road is better). Our back of the trailer was next to neighbors. Free WiFi, 4G with 2 bars, cable. Not really child friendly. Walk dogs at horse stables next door.

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Rate based on monthly stay. Long drive from gate to campground on paved road. 3 sections. One section (where we stayed) closest to main clubhouse and dog run. Others closer to smaller clubhouse, pool, playground & pickleball courts. Roads inside were also gravel but lots of loose rocks. Site was wide and long, 50 amp. Good Verizon, Wi-Fi OK with repeater. Good satellite and over the air TV. This is a Thousand Trails/Encore campground. One of the "nicest" ones we've been to. The sites in other section were buddy sites looked tight.

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Clean antiseptic look to it. Paved sites and road (wide). Wide and long enough sites. Good WiFI and Verizon, cable. Walk dogs across the street. Playground near the office as there is kennel also.

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Rates based on monthly. Paved roads, security gate. Site is dirt with concrete pad and table. Orange or grapefruit trees that you can take fruit. Friendly people, some activities. Small dog run in front but a long one in back.

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Paved roads. Site was back to back offset, paved. Great hook up, weak WiFi. Beautiful views of mountains. Winery & restaurant next door who catered dinners on Wednesday. Pickleball & some other activities.

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Paved roads with security gate. We had a pull thru site & paved but we felt closed in. No table. Nice dog runs. Good hook ups. Pickleball & other activities.

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Paved roads. Site was a pull through, but just long enough to fit our trailer & truck. Hook ups fine, no WiFi. Lot of Park homes, older too. Friendly people but they didn't really include the transcients in their get-togethers. Wouldn't return.

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Crushed gravel sites,back to back sites that were close but we had room. Good hook ups. No WiFi to speak of unless at clubhouse. Great staff,owner gave talks every week on upcoming events.

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Roads to campground are bumpy, inside are paved. Check in was a booth. Site gravel, back to back but offset. Ok hook ups. Some activities.