About Rick Frazier

Semi-retired, full time RVer with wife, Irene, since 2012 in a 2008 HR Presidential TT, 2014 Landmark Grand Canyon, and 2017 Landmark 365 Oshkosh. We winter in Florida and head somewhere cool in the summer.

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This is our second visit to Live Oak Landing. Very nice, clean park off the panhandle beaten path. Level and long concrete pads, with patio. Since our first visit a year ago, the park has expanded and increased their number of RV sites - mostly back-ins. New interior roads are tight. If you have a long rig, be careful when maneuvering and turning. Park management should have the garbage disposal company change it's pick-up time.

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We've stayed at Lazy Day on several occasions and always have enjoyed our stay. Clean, quiet, well maintained park with plenty of room.

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The only drawback is the loud truck noise from I-65, especially at night. Bring your ear plugs. Sites are long and level, but a bit narrow. Easy in and out with friendly office staff.

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Peter D's is right off I-90 exit 23 in Sheridan and is easy in and out. The park is semi-close to the interstate, but road noise is minimal. The owners Barb, run a tight ship, which for one, I appreciate. No shenanigans here. They came over to check on us after we set up to make sure we were comfortable and to see if we needed anything. How many park owners do that? They also have a beautiful garden and offers their guests fresh veggies at no charge. Sites area a bit narrow as is the green space in between. Definitely stay here again!

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Park is nothing special, but a decent overnight spot. Gravel everything, but sites are level, long, and spacious. Plenty of permanents that the owners should have clean up around their coaches. Friendly office staff. No cable, but plenty of air channels. Park is a little confusing to find since it's in an industrial area. They have a huge bolder separating the entry and exit road, so be careful when entering and especially leaving. There is a sign posted to swing wide so you'll have enough clearance to miss the bolder.

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Easy in and out and not too far off I-80. Gravel parking lot, but enough room to maneuver around. Sites are all set-up as buddy-sites. It's Wyoming and it can be windy, so expect some dust. Long termers are parked away from short termers which is nice. And, you don't hear the long termers going to work in the morning. Good overnight spot.

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Extremely nice park. All concrete pads, paved interior roads with plenty of maneuverability. Easy in and out. No large trees to get in your way. Office staff friendly and helpful. Different prices for different caliber of sites. Premium sites have more room between neighbors. The only negatives are the road noise from I-215 and the stench from the oil refineries. And truthfully, that really depends on wind direction when you're most affected by one or the other, or both.

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Clean, well maintained park, great for overnight stays. Close to I-80 with abundant road noise, but nothing ear plugs can't fix. Easy in and out. No big trees to get in your way.

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This is a no frills park and you get what you pay for. Gravel roads and sites, but our site was nearly level and the others looked the same. Park has an old appearance with many permanents. No cable or air TV. Easy in and out right off I-80, but road noise is minimal. Friendly, and very helpful staff where you register, which is in the Trading Post. Did not get a huge list of do's and don'ts which was refreshing to see that someone had faith in you to use common sense. Great overnight park.

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Campground is loaded with redwoods and is beautiful. $35 for a tent site with no electric is a little steep, especially when there are pay showers too. Sites not too close together, but nighttime noise, even though quiet hours are posted, is annoying with no consideration from other campers. Never saw a ranger once it was past quiet hours. Typical state park campground. We did not make a reservation and had plenty of first serve sites available.

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Very neat, quiet, clean, manicured park with plenty of elbow room. Well maintained sites with concrete level pads with plenty of room for slides and awnings. Shade trees well trimmed to not interfere with your coach. Friendly and inviting office staff. No park is perfect, but this one is pretty darn close. Pay no mind to the reviews of road noise from I-5. I'm a light sleeper and I didn't use ear plugs!

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Decent park for an overnighter, but that's about it. Roads are tight and cramped with other vehicles, but doable. Sites are extremely narrow, very close together; in fact, so close forget about putting your awning out all the way. Tons of permanent residents. Owners need to have them clean up their sites a bit. Water pressure up the kazoo, so make sure you attach a pressure regulator. Some road noise from I-5 and adjoining businesses. Overpriced for sure.

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Nice neat park, but sites are a little tight. Not any room between them either, and since the whole park is basically a concrete parking lot, there is no vegetation separating the sites either, except for a few sparse plantings of sea oats. Our slides extended were literally 4 feet from our neighbors slides. We were fortunate enough however to have a site overlooking Alsea bay, so we didn't have any back neighbors. Office staff wasn't the friendliest we ever dealt with which was a little disappointing since they are the key to your first impression. The park is on Highway 34 which is very busy with all sorts of commercial vehicles as well as normal every day drivers. It's noisy at times, so try to get a site closer to the office which is further from the road and preferably overlooking the bay. Unfortunately, a night before we departed, our neighbor came over to tell us that 4 of the guests had gas cans stolen during the night from their site. Very upsetting to say the least.

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Campground has 3 loops and none any better than the other. Close, cramped sites with minimal vegetation between sites. The volunteers keep the park clean and well maintained. Too bad they can't control the DOGS barking and the rowdy, loud, inconsiderate campers.

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After making reservation on-line, come to find out, the reservation was for a specific type of site, not an actual site. Upon arrival, you're given a color code and you must drive or walk around the campground loops looking for a site. So, arrive shortly after lunch if you want to get a decent selection. Like most state and national campgrounds, sites are crammed together so badly, you can here your neighbors snore. Campers coming and going all hours, car doors slamming the same without any consideration for others. And, I don't want to forget about the dogs barking. That was pleasurable too. Did not see the ranger drive through the campground once in our two night visit.