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Beautiful, well-maintained park owned by the power company operating the dam. Staff friendly and accommodating. Stayed mid-week for two nights. Excellent swimming beach that gets raked every day. Nice store/cafe open during busy season. Stayed in a pull-through spot near the swimming hole with kids. This is one of the best equipped campgrounds anywhere. Big lawns for play, paved biking paths, BMX path (not paved), boat launch with two long docks for loading/unloading. The addition of sewer hookups and Wi-Fi would earn a perfect score.

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This is the smallest RV park I've ever stayed in. Only 6 sites. Next to an airport where many small aircraft take off and land during the day. Interesting to watch them come and go. Park has brand new hookups. Bathrooms also in excellent shape - looked like a recent remodel. The summer camp host very friendly and accommodating. Playground for the kids and huge trees to give shade, so comfortable in just about any heat. During the day there is a fair amount of truck traffic on the road next to the campground. Very quiet at night. Llama farm next door emits a barn odor when the wind is right. Very nice campground. Would stay again.

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Stayed at an electric only site by the river. Beautiful spot. Very large and open. Ships pass by at all hours, and come close to the shore. Nice swimming beach. Tide comes high and then goes very low. We had a boat that we kept on the beach. Boat launch has seen better days and is only usable during high tide. Kids like playing on the playground, office has horse shoes available for playing. WiFi is pathetic, as it only works by the office.