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After staying at several over-crowded RV parks in CA this was a refreshing change of pace. We love state parks and the privacy we get at the sites compared to RV parks. We were in site B37 at Bullards Beach and it was very woodsy and private. Of course woodsy means mosquitoes, but I still appreciated the seclusion. We were close to the path to the beach which is a 3/4 mile hike. This park is in a beautiful location and even has a lighthouse! We also loved visiting the town of Bandon. The roads around the campground are tight and can be tricky with a big rig, but we were able to do it with a 41 ft 5th wheel. Verizon and AT&T both worked well.

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This is a very nice and clean park and the camp host is very friendly. We usually like to stay at state parks and campgrounds where we have some privacy between sites, but this is more of a typical RV park with no privacy between sites. It was pretty much the only option though for visiting the Napa area. The location was great! Walking distance to Oxbow Market, close to the Napa wineries and not far from Sonoma. Close to Six Flags in Vallejo and Jelly Belly Factory in Fairfield. Verizon and AT&T worked very well.

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It seems to be hit or miss with Thousand Trails properties; you never know what it will be like. A lot of the experience depends on the site you get. Towing our 41 ft. house around a property we are not familiar with while trying to find a suitable site can be stressful. We were thankful for the employee that gave us some suggestions and ended up recommending just the right site for us. This is a large resort and there are many sites to choose from, but most are out in the open with no shade and very close to neighbors. We prefer a site with some shade and a decent amount of separation from our neighbor so we don't feel crowded. That can be hard to find, but thankfully we found a site like that here. The site we had was a 30 amp full hookup. With the shade we got along just fine with only 30 amp. They charge $5 extra per night for 50 amp. Verizon 4G worked well, but AT&T does not work at all. There was a section way in the back of the park that Verizon didn't work at all. This park is out in the middle of nowhere; there is not much to do in the area, but it's a nice place to relax if that's what you're looking for. The park will allow you to receive UPS and FedEx packages there; USPS does not deliver to the park. The employees were nice and friendly; we enjoyed our stay and would come back to this TT park if we're in the area again.

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This park was very expensive and not what we would normally pay for an RV park. But it was in the area we wanted to visit and we decided to splurge on a nice place. Other than the outrageous cost, the park is awesome! We had a site with a private deck in the back which was a really nice place to sit outside and relax. This campground has so many wonderful amenities for children including a very nice playground, a bounce pad that was my kids' favorite, a climbing wall, mini golf and numerous activities scheduled for kids each day. The campground is immaculate! Every site and area of the park is so clean and well kept. The pool was under construction while we were there, but it was too cold to swim at that time anyway. The staff are super friendly and helpful. The park was jammed full of people on the weekend, but during the week we had almost the whole place to ourselves. We are full time RVers and I appreciated that they let me have mail and packages delivered there. Verizon and AT&T 4G worked very well which we need since we work remotely. The location is perfect for visiting Santa Cruz and Monterey. We would love to stay there again, just wish it wasn't quite so expensive.

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We have a Thousand Trails zone pass and stayed here for free. The reason we have a zone pass and not one of the more expensive memberships is because we're not particularly impressed with the quality of Thousand Trails campgrounds. Most are pretty run down and don't appear to be well kept. We also find it stressful after a long drive to have to find a first-come first-served site that will work for us. The zone pass helps spread out the costs of other campgrounds so we can stay some place nicer for half the month and stay free or cheap at a TT park for the rest of the month. Anyway, with that said, each TT park is different and some are nicer than others. The main thing that this park has going for it is it's close proximity to Yosemite. It's only 5 miles from the entrance and made it a very convenient place to stay while visiting Yosemite. The park itself is okay. Many sites were unavailable due to recent flooding and electric not working. The playground was falling apart and not open. Mini golf was very worn out. The lodge is pretty nice and WiFi worked well in the lodge. There is zero cellular coverage at this campground. You can drive about 5 miles down the road towards Groveland and get a usable Verizon signal, and inside Yosemite Valley there is a great Verizon 4G signal, but don't expect to be able to use Verizon at all inside the campground, even with a booster, it does not work. The staff is very friendly and we enjoyed our stay, we would stay here again to visit Yosemite.

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We stayed here for a few nights before heading to Yosemite. We had a site by the water which was beautiful. We only had electric at our site, but there was a water spigot close by that we were able to use to refill our fresh water tank by connecting two hoses to reach the spigot. Verizon 4G worked well at our site, but it was only 3G in some sections of the park. It seemed like the sites by the water had the best signal. The staff was very friendly. When we checked in we could not fit in the site I had selected online so they let us pick any other available site. Since we were there on weekdays there were plenty of open sites to choose from. Very beautiful and peaceful location to relax for a few days.

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We stayed here to visit Sequoia National Park. It's about 30 minutes to the entrance, and this park was in a great location. It is very easy to get to for a big rig. We work remotely from the road and need internet to work during the week, and Verizon coverage worked well here. The lady that works at the office was very friendly. The campground is very pretty and well kept and has a nice pool. My only complaint and the reason I can't give it a perfect rating is because of the "kid tax". That's what our community of Fulltime Families call the extra charge for kids. This campground charges $3/day per child! We stayed 8 nights and we have 2 kids so that added up to an extra $48 for our stay. Sometimes I can understand the kid tax at a campground that has lots of amenities specifically for children, but this campground has nothing for children, not even a playground. In fact, it is more dog-friendly than kid-friendly. They have a very nice dog park and they don't even charge extra for dogs! So all of you traveling with dogs and not kids you are in luck. But for those of us traveling with kids, this place is overpriced for what you get. I really don't understand what the extra charge for kids was even for considering there are no extra amenities for kids. And our kids sleep in our RV that we bring with us in our bedding that we bring with us. Our 2 kids did not add any extra work for the campground like we would at a hotel, but even a hotel doesn't charge extra to bring them with us. It seems pretty senseless to me.

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This is probably one of the nicest RV parks in the Vegas area. The park is very clean and pretty. They have a family-friendly pool and an adult only pool. It's very close and convenient to everything in Vegas. What I didn't like is that the sites are SO close together. It's a typical RV park that likes to squash everyone in like sardines. You have zero privacy at this park, and it's also a noisy area day and night. We use our A/C fan overnight so the noise didn't bother us. Verizon coverage worked very well here, but the park wifi did not.

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This is a fantastic campground! The sites are huge and the views are beautiful! We had so much space and privacy and full hookups. The park is convenient to the town of St. George which has all the stores and restaurants you could want. It's about a 45 minute drive to Zion National Park. We also visited Snow Canyon State Park from here which was about 30 minutes away. Verizon worked very well here also.

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This is our second time staying here. It was a lot cheaper this time as it was the off season and they had a good discount, but normally it's pretty expensive. We have a 41 ft 5th wheel and stay in the large RV lot in the back. The sites are very generously sized, and we loved the changes they made since last time. The sites now have a raised grassy area with fire pit and picnic table. It's wide open like a parking lot, but still nice because the sites are so large. Verizon 4G works pretty well and the park wifi is also not bad. In our opinion this is the best place to stay while visiting Bryce Canyon because it's as close as you can get to the entrance and even has a shuttle bus stop right on site. The shuttle bus wasn't running yet when we were there in April, but it was when we stayed there 2 years ago in the summer. It was very convenient to be able to ride the shuttle into Bryce right from the campground. I would recommend buying all your groceries before you get here. There is no place nearby to shop at. Ruby's has a grocery store where you can pick up items you may have forgotten but everything at Ruby's is overpriced so it's better to bring what you need before you get there.

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This is such a beautiful campground! The views of Lake Powell are stunning. Our first time here was in the summer of 2015 and it was about 105 degrees. We cut our time short to find cooler temperatures because it's just too hard to keep the RV cool enough in that kind of heat. The resort was kind enough to refund the remainder of our stay. We knew we would want to come back again at a cooler time of year and March turned out to be a great time. It was definitely cooler and also much less crowded because it's still the off season. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Our site A3 was a large pull-through with beautiful views of the lake. We work remotely and need internet access where ever we are. Our Verizon 4G worked okay; it was pretty slow but still usable.

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The sites are small and fairly close together, but it's a great location for visiting Grand Canyon. We have a 41 foot 5th wheel, and we just fit in the site with the truck parked sideways. It's full hookup and all about location. Once you're set up you don't even have to drive anywhere. There is a bus stop right at the campground so you can take the Grand Canyon bus transportation to any place within the park. There are many hotels and restaurants that are fun to visit in addition to the main attraction. This is our second time staying here and there is no other place I'd rather stay while visiting this park. Verizon coverage is okay. It looks like we have 4G on the phone but it was extremely slow. When we stayed here 2 years ago Verizon worked much better so I'm not sure why it was so slow this time.

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Very nice park with large sites and good separation between sites. Conveniently located right off I-40, but not close enough to the interstate for the noise to be an issue. Close to Winslow which is a fun little town to visit, especially to get a picture "Standing on the corner". The desert sunsets are beautiful here! Staff is friendly and Verizon coverage was very good.

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We camped here a couple of years ago in an electric site. We now have a generator and came back to try a dry camping site among the rocks. It was our first experience boondocking and it was awesome! The campsites among the rocks are so beautiful and secluded. The night skies are so dark so you can see so many stars. There are so many rocks to climb on and many hiking/biking trails. The staff is very nice and friendly. Verizon coverage actually worked here; I was surprised by that because it didn't work well when we went 2 years ago. It wasn't a strong signal, but usable. For our first dry camping experience, this place was perfect.

     

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Balmorhea State Park

Balmorhea, Texas

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We stayed for 2 nights and enjoyed our stay. The campsites have pretty views of the mountains and each site has a nice covered patio with picnic table. The spring-fed pool was the main attraction for us to visit and we loved it. I was glad the weather was hot while we were there because the pool water is cold but feels very refreshing when it's 90 degrees outside. I wish we had thought to get snorkel gear before we went. They don't sell it there which was odd. Verizon coverage was good.