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Lake Casitas is located in the hills between Ventura and Ojai, CA. This is a large park with a variety of camping areas, picnic areas and a water park. They have several campgrounds designated with letters A through O. Some are primitive camping and others have full hookups. Somehow when I was booking I was not able to discern the details of each camping area. Knowing what I know now I would have chosen Campground F which has nice concrete pads and several sites with full hookups. We booked in Campground E which has water and electric only with uneven, dusty site pads. An added bonus was that the Eucalyptus trees were dropping sap which made a nice mess of my newly cleaned RV roof. The campgrounds have adequate toilets, trash and recycling facilities. There are pay showers available in two areas. The water park is not included in the price for camping. There is no WiFi but we got a strong Verizon signal. We paid $40.80 per night.

     

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Canyon RV Park

Anaheim, California

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If you're visiting the Los Angeles area, there are limited choices for parking your RV. This one is in Anaheim right on the 91 freeway about 8 miles west of Corona, CA. It is adjacent to a wilderness area along the Santa Ana River and a paved bike path that follows the river. However, the freeway is busy 24/7 so be aware that you will have road noise. The RV park is large with lots of trees and open space. Driveways are asphalt and site pads are either gravel or asphalt. I had an asphalt back in site with full hookups (50 amp electric). It was a large site with a picnic table, fire ring and plenty of space to park my car. Bathrooms are OK, didn't use showers. There is no internet service. I paid $42.85 per night based on a weekly rate with senior discount.

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Quartzsite is a unique place which, for its size has lots of options for parking your RV. This is the only RV park I have experience with here but it was very positive. Terrific service from the owner/manager. He is very focused on ensuring that you have a good experience. This is desert so driveways and site pads are gravel. Each site has full hook ups with a concrete patio. The free WiFi worked well for us. The bathrooms as well as the entire park were very clean. Good experience. We paid $33 per night.

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This is a big park with nice asphalt driveways and gravel site pads. Each site has full hookup (no cable) with a concrete patio. I chose a pull through site since I would only be there for 3 nights, but be aware that these sites are quite narrow. The back in sites give much more room for each site. It has all of the usual amenities for an AZ resort, pool, pickleball, bocce ball, library, etc. The bathrooms were in good condition and kept clean. The free WiFi was OK. I paid $37.57 per night with Good Sam discount.

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This park is located conveniently adjacent to I-10 in Willcox, AZ. The driveways and site pads are gravel will full hook ups (50 amp electric), cable, picnic table and WiFi. Everything worked well except that WiFi would disappear frequently. The bathrooms and the entire park are super clean. Good service, good location and a reasonable price. We paid $30 per night with Good Sam Discount.

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The location of this RV park is convenient to I-10 near El Paso but it is in an industrial area, although shopping is available 2 or 3 miles away. The park itself has asphalt driveways with dirt everywhere else. In fact, the dirt also covers quite a bit of the driveways. There are full hookups on long pull thru sites and free WiFi which worked well for us. The bathrooms are reasonably clean. There is a laundry but we didn't use it. Pretty basic but serviceable. We paid $37.75 per night with Good Sam discount.

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This is our second stay here. Not much has changed since our first visit in February 2016. Gravel driveways and site pads, full hookups, decent bathrooms, WiFi service and cable connection. Due to the location it gets lots of one night stopovers from those traveling on I-10. We used the laundry facility this time which has lots of machines, $1.25 for wash, $2.00 for dry. We paid $33 per night with Good Sam discount.

     

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Green Lake RV Resort

San Antonio, Texas

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This is our second stay here. We have also stayed at another of the Quality RV Resorts properties in Houston. These are well run parks with first class facilities. Super clean, concrete driveways and site pads, good WiFi, super clean restrooms and showers, nice clubhouse with pool table, exercise machines, computer lab and fresh popcorn all day. We paid $45 per night with Good Sam discount.

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This is one of a group of RV parks owned and managed by Quality RV Resorts. Most of them are in the Houston area. They have a formula that you can see replicated at each property. The result is a very nice, well managed RV park. The facilities are high quality and kept clean and in good condition. Central to the property is a large lake. Many of the sites are located on the lake. The driveways and site pads are concrete. The site pads are wide enough to include a picnic table and room to park a vehicle. Each site has full hookups with 50 amp electric and cable. The free WiFi was consistent and reliable. Their "clubhouse" has a TV area, a computer lab with printers, pool table, fresh popcorn, coffee, etc. The laundry facility is top quality and clean as are the restrooms. They also have a heated pool with jacuzzi. There are also really nice gas grills for guest use located around the lake. We paid $55 per night with Good Sam discount.

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This is a nice RV park a bit northeast of Lafayette, LA. They have several fishing ponds and the RV sites are located around one of the larger ones. The sites are all back in with large and level concrete pads. On the downside, the asphalt drive that encircles the RV sites is broken and buckled in several places. Our site had a picnic table but it seems that not all sites do. We had full hookups with 50amp electric. There is a small pool but we didn't use it due to the weather. The bathroom and shower facilities are a bit rustic. The free WiFi worked well for us. AT&T 4G signal strength here was pretty good at -96dBm. We paid $25 per night with Good Sam and Passport America discounts.

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Located just off I-10 north of Gulfport, MS, this is an average RV park except that the owner/manager is super nice and very welcoming. There are asphalt driveways and concrete site pads, but many of the pads are a bit broken and cracked. We were there during a rainy period and there was a lot of standing water in the driveways. We had a long pull through site with full hookups, no patio or picnic table. The bathrooms are in rough shape and not very clean. If you are a light sleeper you may be bothered by the traffic noise from I-10 nearby. However, it was convenient for a brief stop and the price is right. We paid $24 per night with Good Sam discount.

     

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Campgrounds of the South

Gulfport, Mississippi

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Located just off I-10 north of Gulfport, MS, this is an average RV park except that the owner/manager is super nice and very welcoming. There are asphalt driveways and concrete site pads, but many of the pads are a bit broken and cracked. We were there during a rainy period and there was a lot of standing water in the driveways. We had a long pull through site with full hookups, no patio or picnic table. The bathrooms are in rough shape and not very clean. If you are a light sleeper you may be bothered by the traffic noise from I-10 nearby. However, it was convenient for a brief stop and the price is right. We paid $24 per night with Good Sam discount.

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We wanted to park somewhere in the Florida panhandle for a month so we hoped to find a park we would be comfortable with. Emerald Beach turned out to be almost perfect for us. The park is located on the water about 1 mile east of the bridge to Navarre Beach. They have asphalt driveways and concrete pads all in good condition. We had a pull thru site with a small concrete patio and picnic table. The cable service is the best we have encountered anywhere, excellent quality and extensive channel selection. The WiFi service was consistently good. The bathrooms are in good condition and are kept very clean. All of the staff are super friendly and helpful. They have regular events and since we were there during Thanksgiving they had a pot luck dinner that was super nice. They have separate water sources for washing vehicles. They will even loan you a long water hose to reach to your site. There is a pool but we did not use it due to the weather. We paid $19.35 per night with a monthly rate. We would absolutely return.

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We spent two nights here, a quick stop. It is located two miles north of Interstate 10, about 8 miles north of central Tallahassee. As the name implies the RV sites are dispersed among beautiful, large oak trees, many draped with Spanish moss. Therefore, don't plan on using your satellite TV but they do provide cable with a good channel selection. Also, because of the trees there is lots of shade but no grass. The site pads are dirt with a concrete patio and picnic table. The driveway at the entrance is asphalt but it quickly gets smaller and then disappears to become dirt and dust. There is free WiFi but it was not usable. The bathrooms are OK but there is only a single toilet/shower combo for men and one for women for the entire campground. There is a laundry but we didn't use it. We had a pull through site with full hookups and 50 amp electric. AT&T 4G signal strength from this location was -107dBm which is average. We paid $40 per night with Good Sam discount.

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This is a relatively new park located just off Interstate 95 near Brunswick, GA. It is a very nice park with nice asphalt driveways, concrete site pads and patios with a picnic table and grill. Except for the perimeter sites, all sites are long pull throughs. The sites are separated by a grass strip planted with large shrubs to create a bit of separation and privacy. There are some trees but they are small since they aren't very old. There is a pool but we didn't use it (not the right time of year). The laundry is large with plenty of machines in good condition. The bathrooms are in excellent condition and are kept clean. The only thing that would hold me back from total satisfaction is that our site pad was not level. Why would you build a new RV park with concrete site pads and not make them level? Certainly, it was manageable but just surprising. We had full hookups with 50 amp electric and cable connection. Strong signal for AT&T 4G service from here at -90dBm. We paid $39.69 per night with Good Sam discount.