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This is an older park and some of the facilities are showing their age. The site was very level and did accommodate both our 40 ft MH and our tow vehicle. Concrete patio has a large by very dilapidated wooden picnic table. Grass area around site is pretty sparse. Streets are narrow, so if you have a bigger rig, make sure you turn wide when turning into your row. WiFi was great. Park was quiet except for trains at night. Some sites face an accumulation of construction equipment, so would ask about that when booking.

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This is a lovely park that has tiered levels to stay. We stayed at the top level and the only negative thing I could say is it's a little scary making some of the turns to get to the top, but once you are there the views are spectacular. The site was level and wide enough for us to park the tow car beside the coach. The ground are well maintained and the restrooms are modern and very clean. Staff was super friendly and even hand delivered several packages to us. We stayed here in a 40 foot MH and would definitely return.

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This park is highly over priced for what you get. There are only 3 showers for the entire park so I had to wait in line for a shower and the bathroom is so small, one person in line has to wait outside. The shower was not clean nor was the bathroom. The sites were not designed for big rigs so everyone must park their tow vehicle in front of the coach severely impacting the width of the road. Trash pickup is daily from in front of your coach. The lot is mostly dirt and weeds. The picnic table was wood and severely deteriorated. They were in the process of replacing picnic tables when we were there so that problem should be taken care of.

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Large park with over 400 spaces, many are park models but all very well maintained. Staff escorts you to site and assists with parking. Site was level and large. Lots of grassy areas for walking dogs. The only negative was the trash dumpsters were not emptied frequently enough and were overflowing onto the ground.

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Campground has a beautiful wooded setting and some sites have a view of Lake Allatoona. The roads are narrow which makes maneuvering in a 40 foot challenging. Our site was not level both front to back and side to side, took us forever to get anywhere close to level. We noticed that many of the sites were very off level. There are some park models which appeared to be long term residents, not all of them were in good repair. Appears to be a family friendly park. No dog park, but there are areas to walk the dog.

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The park is small, the roads are adequate for a 40 foot motorhome to easily maneuver. The site we had was level and a nice size. The park is extremely well maintained and the staff are well trained and very helpful. We would definitely return. We were in Site 45.

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This used to be a 55+ park and was one when we booked our stay. Somewhere during the middle of the stay, the 55+ restriction was removed, which is fine as long as you are aware that you will be sharing the facilities with kids running around. The facilities are very nice, great pools, clubhouse and building new fire pits. Lots of activities for those who want to be involved. Streets are wide and easy to navigate. WiFi is OK. We had a grass deluxe site which had a concrete pad for the coach, a separate concrete pad for the car and a concrete pad between the other pads for table and chairs.

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The park is old and most items are dated. All the roads are dirt and red clay. The sites are also dirt and red clay, any gravel that was there is gone. It rained during our stay for 3 days and the place was a total mess. Our site was so unlevel we had to put blocks under the back tires and jack pads. The water faucet was bent in half and the electric pole had obviously been hit by another camper and not repaired. We have Verizon and could only access phone and internet with our hotspot by the office. The park internet was sporadic at best. The setting is lovely and you are about 20 miles from the west entrance to Yosemite National Park and then another 25 miles to Yosemite Valley. There is a new manager but not sure what that means if the upkeep is not done.

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The park is conveniently located to explore the Napa Valley. However, only 1/3 of the park has FHU and any type of pad. The rest are 30 AMP with only water and just dirt. Also these standard lots are side by side with your neighbor so you share a limited common space. If it rains (which it did during our stay), the entire park turns into a giant mud puddle. There are only 2 showers for the entire park. The bathroom was clean but basic with tiled walls and concrete floor that drains to the middle of the bathroom so the floor is wet when people are showering. There is a grass area to walk the dog, but lots of dirt, so when it rains, really messy. We did not use the park WiFi. Also, the Welcome Center on site is not always staffed, some days you have to go to another location to check in. It's a bit confusing. Note that the rate reflected includes the Passport America discount for 4 nights, so used an average based on length of our stay.

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Just stayed here for a couple of nights passing thru, but the staff was very friendly and accommodating. We were able to get satellite reception, cell service and WiFI using our hotspot, we did not use the park internet. Site was long enough for our 40' motorhome and tow car and had some grass and a small table. We were able to get in and out of the site with our car connected.

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it rained the whole time we were there and since the site is narrow asphalt surrounded by dirt/pine needles it was pretty messy, but not the parks fault. The roads in the park are very narrow which do make it difficult for larger rigs to maneuver into the narrow sites. There is no cell service unless you sit on the porch by the office. There is no satellite reception due to the trees, although we were told at check in that they had Direct TV we could hook up to. When we could not get it to work, the staff said well it didn't always work out well. There is no internet service. You can get the park internet to work if you sit on the porch by the office. Since it was to rain the entire length of our stay, we decided to leave early and the park did refund the last few days of our stay.

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The streets are extremely narrow as are the sites making it very difficult for larger rigs to maneuver. The site was level and the park was clean. The main problem is the trains which run all night long. There are constant train whistles during the night as the tracks are very close by. We did not use the restrooms so cannot comment on that. The WiFi was OK.

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Location is everything. Small park right on the beach, only 6 sites directly on beach but other sites all have a view of the ocean. The clubhouse was clean. The bathrooms were clean but we did not use them. Be aware there is no phone service but the park has a landline you can use for free, even long distance. There is also limited internet access. The sites were plenty big for our 40' motorhome.

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For an overnight this would be OK. Sites are exceptionally tight. We needed a spot over Labor Day weekend and this was all we could find. We have a 40' motor home (14' wide with slides out) with a tow car and the site we were given was 41' long and 22' wide. We could barely open the car door. Additionally the site was so unlevel we had to not only block up the jacks but put wood blocks under the back tires. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The bathrooms were slightly dated but clean. The dumpster for garbage disposal was a mess and in desperate need of attention. If you are over 36' long, make sure you get an interior site, those are longer, but still very unlevel as many people had wheels off the ground or were blocked up.

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Lovely smaller park with sites nestled between trees. Wi-Fi is dependent upon site, but we were in Site 13 right behind the office and got fairly good service. We were also able to get satellite reception in this site, but many sites would not be able to get Wi-Fi or satellite due to trees and there is no cable. Water pressure low. Small dog park but good roads to walk dog on. Had live music one night in open meadow area. Nine miles from entrance to Glacier National Park.