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This is our second time at this park. We did a week last year and did a month this year. While we were there, the park was only about 25% full. This was very nice as we had a lot of space to spread out. The sites share a grassy area that you share with a neighbor when you have a neighbor. This is fine but if both of you have dogs, it may cause an issue. They kept the grounds mowed and well watered and groomed. We had several windy days and every evening the hosts would come out and pick up all the broken branches. While we were there new owners took over the park. They updated the office and out buildings with new paint. Although we thought the wifi worked pretty good, they were adding new towers the day we left. Hopefully they add a dog park and offer some social activities. Wife said the showers and bathrooms were immaculate and water pressure and temp was good. Her only complaint is that the washers and dryers were not great. And she got pretty upset when one of the camp hosts took up all of the machines one morning. Roads and sites are very easy to navigate with a big rig.

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Good for a couple of days stopover to visit Vegas without being on the Strip. Sites are level asphalt and hookups worked fine. The sites are a little close, but I've been in worse. The dog park has 2 sections but not large dog / small dog distinction. The pool is clean and was a welcome cool-off in the 90+ degree heat and a day walking the strip. Staff was extremely friendly and attentive. They guided us to our site and made sure we were good-to-go before leaving us to set up. OTA TV and wi-fi worked fine for us.

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As others have said, this place is rustic - but a charming rustic. There appears to be only a few sites for overnighters so make sure to get there before the end-of-day rush since they do not take reservations. Each site has a covered picnic table. Most of the sites are fulltimers/ seasonal and everyone was real friendly. It was fun to just walk around and see how homey they made their sites.

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A 30 second walk to the ocean pretty much sums it up. Watching the sunset last night there were maybe 10 people on the beach for as far as I could see. The park is a level gravel parking lot with utilities. Spaces are very close and getting into the site is a little challenging with peoples' vehicles parked in front of their rigs. However, they will move your rig in and out of the site for you if requested (so I am told). I was able to park my truck next to my rig although it was pretty tight. We paid extra for the 50amp and it is working well. Water pressure is low so don't expect a vigorous shower. Even their showers (which cost 25 cents) are not much better. We have been drinking the water and there is no problem. This park is a mix of permanent residents, seasonal people and some weeklys -- not many weekenders. Along the perimeter are permanent residents with structures built around the units. There is a bar on-site which is a nice place to hang out and watch the sunset. There are a couple of restaurants within walking distance, but for the most part it appears that many businesses have left this area. The Malecon is a 5 minute drive with plenty of shops, bars, and restaurants. A couple of vendors are on the beach and most of the time a simple "No, Gracias" and they walk away. Dogs are allowed on the beach with a leash, but it was about a 50/50 split of dogs off-leash as on leash. No one seems to care one way of the other. The park offers a wash n' wax service which is a very inexpensive compared to the states and they do a very good job. Not a day went by that I did not see them working on a rig. We do plan to return here again next winter for a longer stay (we stayed 10 days this time).

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We were pleasantly surprised how nicely landscaped this little park is maintained. There is a nice cactus garden with benches and a picnic table. Thhe manager / owner is very pleasant and helpful. He provided a map of Ajo and what to see and do there. He even marked the places on the map and gave specific directions. The site we had was a drive thru although I think it was just because the site next to us was empty and we were able to drive thru that one to turn around in the empty lot and drive into ours. Unfortunately the weather was pretty nasty the two days we stayed here so we did not do much exploring.

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We stayed here for two nights. As I walked the dog, I feel like some people went out of there way just to say 'hello' to me. And some of them talk to you like you have known them for a long time. Although we did not attend there was a dinner and live band in the clubhouse. I heard lots of laughing and good times as I walked by. The park itself is fine. We were in the overnight area which is a big gravel lot adjoining the storage lot. It is all pull-thrus unlike the rest of the park which had ample size back-ins. We had a problem with connecting our water since spigot was all corroded. They came out the next day and fixed it as good as new. Wi-fi is non-existent. It was terrible. Even the hardwired desktops in the library were unresponsive. Cable TV worked fine. One thing I have never seen at another park is community clotheslines at each of the laundry rooms. We will return in the near future for the week.

     

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Mission Bay RV Resort

San Diego, California

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As previous posts stated, this is a huge asphalt parking lot with hookups for RVs. Sites and roads are good. The selling point of this park is its location. It is right on Anza Bay with its own little beach on one side, and a nice paved walkway on the other side. All tourists attractions are on a few miles away. There is a little Snack Shack on premises. Bathrooms were fine. Cable TV was good but Wi-fi slow and dropping often. Workers were very friendly. There is also a mobile home park as part of the property, but the city has purchased the land and most of them are empty now.

     

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Klamath River RV Park

Klamath, California

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Beautiful location along the river. We got to see sea lions, seals, and river otter. Grassy sites which is no problem, but after days of rains it did get a little slushy. Management and staff extremely friendly. We even joined them for a campfire before they close for the season. My understanding is that it is new owners and they are making several improvements. Wifi worked fine but maybe due to the park being almost empty since end of season. No AT&T cell signal at all. But our phones have wifi calling so it was not an issue. Only warning is the entrance to the park is a pretty sharp turn and down a hill, but manageable.

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We were happy with this park - nothing great, nothing bad. Wide roads and nice level sites. The park is basically in two sections and we were in the front section close to the restrooms. That in itself is an advantage, but also further away from the US 101. We did not hear road noise at all. Access to both the river and a private path under the road to the beach. There are a couple of benches along the river where you can sit and just watch the river flow. No dog park, but a nice grassy dog walk and doggy bag stations everywhere. Only complaint is that the laundry room is upstairs above the restrooms. Wifi was ok.

     

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Seal Rocks RV Cove

Seal Rock, Oregon

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The view from our site was one of the best views from a site we have ever had. We had a view of the waves crashing onto the rocks. We were in site 10 which has the view and a great picnic / firepit area. The only issue is getting the fifth wheel into the site. It is a steep site and it to a little maneuvering to line up the rig into the site, and because of the slope and days of rain, I had to slip into 4 wheel drive to back it in. The exit is just as hard as the exit is right next to the site but too tight to turn right out of the site. But it was worth if for the view. Except for this, the park was very nice. The park hosts are very nice and helpful. There is a dog walk area although not a fenced in dog park. WiFi was up and down, the cable TV worked fine.

     

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Sunnyside RV Park

Sunnyside, Washington

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Although this park is not much to look at and the sites are close together and it is mostly long termers, we were happy with this park for the three night stay. The wi-fi worked fine and the manager / owner are very pleasant and take good care of the grounds. They had lots of Halloween decorations up. The cows and horses are behind the park and you get a little whiff of them, but nothing unbearable - at least at this time of year.

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We were very pleased with this find. The sites are nice and wide and the roads are the widest I have encountered. I think you could take a 60 ft rig in here with no issues. A minor complaint is the river rock pads being a little hard to walk on. The pool and hot tub were a nice touch. There is a sauna also but it was closed up while we were here. Very nice dog park and a dog walk is just outside the fence of the park. Each site comes with a patio and table. The main drag, Cleveland Blvd with all the stores is 5 minutes away. As others state, wifi was touch and go. This is wine country so be sure to visit the wineries.

     

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Mountain View RV Park

Arco, Idaho

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This park was better than we expected. Helps that it was mostly empty. Sites are nice and wide and roads easy to navigate. It is right on hwy 26 with several trucks during the day, but at night we did not hear any. Wi-fi was one of the best we have had. Was able to get the major TV stations over the air, just have to point the antenna to Idaho Springs. The restaurant was good with a nice selection of beer. All the staff were very nice. I don't know, maybe water is free in Idaho because it seems like every RV park is watering all the time. My wife said the bathrooms had carpeting, which is kind of strange, but they were clean.

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Park is a little cramp when it is full. Some RVs were sticking out into the roads although our 36 ft 5th wheel fit in fine. The service provided was fantastic. When we pulled in, they met us at our truck and guided us to our site. Told us we could check in later after we were set up. They have wi-fi figured out - they block streaming sites so no one hogs the bandwidth. But this also caused an issue for us since we use comcast for email. So, they went and added the site to the whitelist so we could get email while there. That is customer service !!!

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We stayed in a standard site which is a little tight and is set up so that 2 sites share a common utility pole. So for us, the electric and water was on the wrong side of the trailer. Road thru campground is easy to maneuver. Good location to visit Jackson, Grand Tetons, and Yellowstone. Check-in was quick and they guided us right to our site. They do not have a dog park, but a good pet walk area.