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50 year RVer
Reviews: 8
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Date of Stay: August, 2016
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A true oasis in the desert. Beautiful park, paved roads, wide sites and lots of shade trees. One of the nicest parks I have stayed at in my 50 years of RVing. Great hosts. Very reasonable rates considering the appeal of the park. Centrally located for the recreational offerings of Central Washington. This park has been in existence for many years and the rest rooms could probably use an upgrade but they are fully functional and clean and have piped in music. How about that! Yes, I will come back and highly recommend it.
2 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: August, 2016
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Found this to be a very unique and pleasant park. The sites are very narrow and close, but the owners do their best to situate you with room between units and give you your choice of site. Owners are clearly the best. They really make you feel appreciated and welcome and do their best to get you situated and happy, Located a good distance off main highway so no noise. Park surrounded by trees with trees in the park providing plenty of shade. Very clean and roomy restrooms and a laundry that won't break your bank account using it. Signage for the park on the highway is last second visible so be looking for a large yellow sign with red lettering on the left going south, right going north. I saw it too late and had to find a place to turn around. Would I stay there again, absolutely, and for more than a day. Good place to kick back, relax, and read a good book. TV reception is over-the-air signal, amplified and wired to all but two sites and provided several stations. Good wifi signal (three to four bars)
13 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: August, 2016
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A bit disappointing considering the price charged. Beautiful park though, green grass throughout with huge field for exercising Fido or playing ball. Surrounded by green mountains. Very scenic. Good basecamp for touring Glacier Park. However, wifi advertised but good luck getting it. Have to go to the pavilion to connect but was never successful in downloading a single web page. No cell phone signal although there is a cell phone booster in the pavilion but again, good luck on that. Restroom not ADA. Very narrow and cramped showers and commode stalls. Rest room very clean and is cleaned several times per day. Park hosts actually maintain the park. Park has some sewer sites but are taken up by permanent residents. They do pump tanks three times a week. For the fee charged I would expect working wifi, adequate restroom facilities, and sewers at all sites, but then it is in a vacation area so expect less for more.
5 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: July, 2016
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Possibly the worse park I have ever stayed in. But first the positives. Very pretty park with many trees, grassy, and of course a river flowing through providing swimming, kayaking or tubing. Great place to take the kids and teach them about camping and getting them off the video games. Fire pits in each of the sites. Number one complaint was the showers; the water literally dribbles out of the showers. Takes a good two minutes to fill a cup. All the showers are the same except those located in the old building put out a slight more water than those in the new air conditioned building. Water is bad, bad. Accused wife of not flushing the toilet, not so, it is the color of the water. Bring own drinking water. No trash receptacles in the park. Took two days to finally find the dumpster hidden in the picnic area. Dogs run freely which is OK until a vicious one charges you. 5 mph speed limit but golf carts run full throttle. Lastly, permanent rigs take up what sewer sites exist so plan on electric & water only. Won't stay here again unless it is in an emergency.
3 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: July, 2016
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Don't expect a lush resort with pool and golf course, but it is a rustic camp ground where you can truly camp. Extremely quiet, trees abound, next to Illinois River. Full hookups, 50 amp (50 amp only so bring step-down adapter if you need 30 amp) throughout park. Excellent place to come to relax, read, and listen to the birds chirping in the trees. No traffic noise, no noise whatever. Close to town. Would I come here again, you bet! And yes, there is a bath house/restroom; a new one. Very congenial host.
9 people found this review helpful
Date of Stay: July, 2016
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Aside from the dirt roads and sites and the narrow grass strips between sites, and no shade of any kind, the biggest drawback to this park is the highway noise and handicap restroom access. The restroom has handicapped facilities but the key is kept in the office which means a person of limited mobility or wheelchair has to wheel himself to the office, obtain the key, wheel back to the restroom, and when finished, take the key back to the office, then wheel himself to his site. A coded lock would make more sense. Good park for a short stay. The only real positive assets are they have power and water at the tent sites which you do not see very often and it is close to the Black Hill's attractions.
0 people found this review helpful
Sunrise Resorts Pier 4

Moses Lake, WA

Date of Stay: July, 2016
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Stayed here a couple times. Can be crowded and overrun on weekends but pleasant otherwise. Well groomed grounds, friendly staff, plenty of recreational activities in the park and surrounding areas. Connecting bridge to city park with swim area on opposite side of freeway. TV reception in this area is poor to non-existent so cable option while not great will at least give you a picture and sound. Satellite dishes not allowed on ground.
2 people found this review helpful
River Edge Resort

Alberton, MT

Date of Stay: July, 2016
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A good stop over park, full hookups but campground is very basic. Next to interstate highway so noise is a factor. Attached restaurant is OK to good, but a bit pricey. Servers are very friendly and helpful, make you feel appreciated. Can be hard to find due to lack of signs; both us and campers next to us missed it on first try. In spite of all this I would likely stay here again.
0 people found this review helpful
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