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Reviewed July 6, 2019 via mobile

No RV under 31 feet and only class A coaches.

The Village lays at the far end of the resort. The Office is on the right before the stop sign after turning into the resort. We, as do others, missed the small signage.

No Cable, but we were able to pull three local channels and generally no WiFi unless you have Verizon, which there is a Verizon tower very close by, thus we were fine.

The park sits on backend of the golf course and has a wide range of sites from basic to those with pergolas. It’s expensive, no matter which site you choose and more so in the summer.

Quiet, very well maintained, mini golf, golf, club house, pool, pickle ball court, and many other amenities that make this place enjoyable. Our pergola was very nice and useful. Except for the 4th of July, we saw very few kids. This park has a mature clientele, but there is still lots for kids to do. Some own their sites and play golf. Lots of people tooling around on golf carts versus a vehicle. Very friendly guests.

Most sites are 2 or 3 times the size of normal RV parks. Our picture is the view from our site 128.

There was a very nice fireworks show staged in front of us on the 5th hole tee.

A jumping off spot for Spirit Lake, Lake Pend Oreille or hiking.

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
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