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We found the owner to be extremely accommodating and helpful. Due to our size we had to park our car trailer near the storage sheds and she was very helpful with that as well as getting us settled into our site. Fit our Big Rig just great! We did not see any beer cans around the area and as far as the owners dogs being allowed to run loose as far as they are friendly I don't see a problem with that. The park is an older smaller park but very clean. They have a new washer and dryer in the laundry room. Off the highway so it is very quiet. We would certainly stay here again if we were coming to the area. Thanks for all of the help.

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The campground is very hilly with several very steep hills. If you are towing a trailer behind a MH you will drag your trailer on the road. The roads are also full of potholes. The sites are narrow as are the roads so parking a large motorhome is a challenge. The staff in the office is nice. Would not recommend this place for a big rig or anything over about 30 feet. Included in nightly rate is a $4.00 per night fee if you stay less than 30 days and a $3.00 per night fee to park your towed trailer. So our nightly rate was $35.00 total and this was with a Passport America 50% discount. Not what I consider a value.

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The people at this park are the most friendly and helpful folks we have ever encountered! We travel with 2 dogs and 1 cat and all were given little bagged treats, as were the humans, as well of mints. The dog area is wonderful and they had a supply of balls for them to play with. Nice large fenced area where they can run. Baggies supplied as well. The office/store were very clean and well stocked with incidentals you might need. The only drawback I can see is that the sites are narrow. While our 4 slide unit fit there really isn't designation between our site and the neighbor's. Maybe if some large rocks or wood borders could be put between them. All this taken into consideration we would definitely stay here again and will recommend it.

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This is a very nice park situated along the Wind River. Grounds were well kept. Sites are wide and long enough to accommodate our 61 foot overall length of our motor home and enclosed trailer. Felt it was a little too expensive, though. They are within 60 miles of Teton and 85 miles of Yellowstone so I would not consider them to be "close".

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We stayed here for 3 weeks while visiting family and friends and waiting to get our RV repaired. The park is extremely clean and well run. There are many long term stay tenants but their sites are all kept very clean. The site we were in was level with a nice patio with a picnic table. We had plenty of room for our 38' MH and 20' enclosed trailer and still had room to park our car. The only issue we had was with a long term tenant bringing his dog over to the grass outside to potty and him smoking while doing so. Did not enjoy smelling it through our windows. Would recommend this park to anyone.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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Very nice campground with large spots. We are a total of 61 feet long with enclosed trailer and they were able to accommodate us. Office folks were very helpful.