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Review: Lake Pleasant RV Park in Bothell, Wash.

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With nearly every full hookup site located on the water, Lake Pleasant RV Park offers a good base camp from which to explore the Seattle area and Pudget Sound. There a few amenities, but it's proximity to everything else is worth the $44 nightly fee.

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Review: Camperland in Beaver, Utah

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The sites and overhanging trees were a little tighter than we like, but doable. There was a little road noise, but we were near the front. The power pedestals were older. Overall, it was a good overnight park, but nothing to write home about.

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Review: Master waste disposal with Waste Master

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The Waste Master is a night-and-day difference compared to the traditional way of dumping holding tanks. I don't ever need to touch a hose, twist off a leaky cap or worry about dumping junk all over a campsite. Dumping waste tanks could not be easier.

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Tri-Mountain RV Park – Ridgefield, Wash.

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Tri-Mountain RV Park is an 81-site park located just north of Vancouver in Washington wine country. Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument is located just 75 minutes away. The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge is located five miles away along the Columbia River.

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Arizona Oasis RV Park in Ehrenberg, Ariz.

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This Colorado Riverside park is about a half-mile off Interstate 10, right at the Arizona/California border. Some of the sites overlook the river, and are spacious. We had an inter-site pull-through that was tight, but had its own orange trees.

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Deerwood RV Park – Eugene, Ore.

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The campground is easily accessible less than one-half mile from Interstate 5, just south of Eugene. All sites are paved and include a tiny metal table and two chairs. A creek runs through the park and is home to some bullfrogs that serenade guests each evening. The sites are well landscaped.

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Camco 42183 Screen Door Cross Bar

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I found myself always struggling to go in and out of the screen door on our fifth wheel. Now, with the help of this little gadget, I have a nice bar to hold onto and securely shut and easily open my RV screen door.

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Pirate Cove RV Park — Needles, Calif.

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All of the riverfront RV sites are separated over 25 individual peninsulas that contain two to 10 spots each. We spent two weeks nestled steps away from the beautiful Colorado River and were treated daily to breathtaking sunrises and sunsets.

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Sandhills State Park — Monahans, Texas

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Located near giant sand dunes, there is plenty to do at Sandhills State Park. It's a popular area for bird watching, but the sand dune themselves offer great sledding fun. When darkness comes, you'll be amazed at the starfield that unfolds.

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Desert Shadows RV Park — Phoenix, Ariz.

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Desert Shadows RV Park is conveniently located near the intersection of Interstate 17 and Hwy. 101 in north Phoenix, which provides easy access to everything in Phoenix and is only a two-hour journey to Sedona and Flagstaff. It's a pretty park with plenty of desert landscaping and many fruit trees scattered throughout. Quiet and peaceful, it's a good stop for a day or two, or the winter season.

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