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At the Passport America rate of $27, I felt this was a good deal. We opted to stay in the 50 amp area close to the pool and amenities because the lower area is under construction. Originally we were staying for 3 days but had beautiful weather, so increased it two more weeks. The pool is nice and has active (and fun) water volleyball games. The shower areas are very dated but acceptable. It's about 25 minutes into Palm Springs, and is an easy drive. The only downside is that Palm Desert gets very windy. Also, we were in a travel traveler and there are no outside tables or ground cover. All in all, a good stay compared to the pricey places in town.

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Ok, I feel badly because this was the only place that answered the phone at 9 pm and let us in. We had gotten robbed while camping at another park, and wanted to leave that location. But ... this place was a pit. We got placed in the front section, to the right of the check-in (which took 20 minutes - I'm surprised they didn't take our blood type and make us pee in a cup). The "hookup" sparked and the faceplate fell off when we tried to plug in. There were animal droppings everywhere underfoot. We didn't bother hooking up our water. Frankly, the place was just disgusting. We came late, left early and all for the highway robbery of $59. Pass this one by and don't look back.

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Beware of thieves that patrol this area! This is a "near boondocking" experience of RVs parked in a long line next to the highway. There are no services available, and you pay $29/night at posted boxes along the highway, and park in a numbered spot. The upside is that it is right next to the ocean. You can open your window and hear the crashing of the waves on the bulkhead. There is enough room to set up a couple of lawn chairs between your RV and the rock seawall. To reach the beach, you have to climb over the rock seawall, which is doable but can be slippery. We stayed in our travel trailer, with our brand new generator mounted on a stand on the tongue. Around 8 pm that night, thieves tried to steal our generator (it was locked down with cables) and couldn't, so instead stole our trailer's battery while we were in the camper! We didn't notice at first since we were using camping lights inside. It was shocking and frightening. The state patrol said this unfortunately happens frequently along this camping area. I was concerned they would return with bolt cutters and try to steal our new generator. So at 9:30 at night, we packed up and had to find another place to stay. Simply an awful experience.

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Older park near Mendicino. Pay for showers, which I find annoying since the bathrooms need updating. The site was large and level. They only take cash or checks. Ok for a night's stopover.

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Newer RV park 140 miles south of San Francisco on Highway 101. Great for an overnight stay - just off the highway. Nice amenities and dog area. Clean bathrooms and well kept grounds. Friendly staff. Quite windy, though.

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This is a larger park than others along the Oregon coast. It sits on a cliff, so you walk quarter mile down to the beach, which is rocky and has limited space. There are wonderful sites along the face of the cliff that have a full ocean view, but those were taken and I think you have to be lucky (or reserve) to get those. Our space was quite large and big hedge for privacy. A short walk to a very clean restroom with showers.

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We stayed at Tillicum because Beachside State Park was closed due to flooding. What a wonderful surprise! This is a National Forest Service campground steps away from the beach. Stayed in #11 which had a large area for our dog. #17 has an exceptional ocean view, but is dry.

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This is another beautiful Oregon state park, with full hook-up. Stayed in B28 on the ocean side with beach access. Lovely, clean and the ocean. What could be better?