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Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $34.00
Stayed two days/nights. Park is located between Highway 97 and the Columbia River. It is located next to a boat ramp. There are 13 RV sites, 14 tent sites and 12 moorage slips for boats. The hosts were friendly. Big wide 60 ft dead end exterior road with back in sites that are easy to get into with someone “back in challenged”. Sites are grass or gravel. 30/50 amp electric, water, but no sewer. Plus no dump station at the park. Tree branches in some sites for big rigs needed to be cut back. Suppose to have Wi-Fi at the office/store but when we tried it the first night it won't connect. Didn't even try the second night. Got seven channels off the TV antenna, most of them being PBS. Had road noise due to the highway. The female host came by the 2nd afternoon and told us we had to pay $8. a night for our extra vehicle. My wife refused to pay because when she called and made the reservation, whomever she talked to she told them we had 25 ft HDT, 35 ft 5th wheel trailer and a car. Nothing was said about the extra fee. Leaving the park the entrance/exit is interesting due to a orange cone chained down in the middle. Had to use the entrance to get out running over the chained cone. We camped at Orondo River Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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