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When you arrive, the front part of the park looks very nice, but then we were led to our site (a feature I always like) and it was in the back part, which wasn't treed and looked like it had just been added on as an after-thought. We only spent one night there so it wasn't really a problem.

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We stayed here before many years ago. Not much has changed since then. It is your basic RV park and good for what we did which was only an overnight stay. It is convenient - right off I-40. Camping World is right next door.

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This park is your typical Thousand Trails park--old, run-down, crowded. We were Thousand Trails members for about 10 years until we finally just canceled our membership. We recently received a promotional membership when we purchased our new RV. So we thought we would try them again. NO GO! The memberships might be OK for some people, but definitely not for us. They really need to update and improve their properties.

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This park is quiet,off-the-beaten path, rustic and well maintained. Owners are very friendly and very helpful concerning local sites. We would definitely stay there again.

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This park was a big disappointment. We wanted to camp in the National Park, but this was just a big 'parking lot' near the Lodge at Sol Duc. Sites are so close together that you can barely step out of your RV without stepping on cords/hoses of your neighbor. Yes, you could use the pool/hot baths, but it would have cost us (Senior citizens) $18/day.

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This park is the way all RV parks should be. It is clean, very well-kept, full-service, reasonably priced with friendly, helpful staff. We only stayed over-night, but would definitely stay there again.