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Owners have had the park for eight years and are constantly making improvements. There are four long pull through sites near office that are level and shaded. There are many other sites scattered around, can't speak for levelness or length. The owners are super friendly. The park is well off the freeway and very quiet. There seems to be a lake and an attempt at a playground. A good looking pool and a covered pavilion for group picnics. Seems to be a few RV's set up fairly permanently for summer cottages? A great overnight stop for us -- we'd come again.

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A great find, way off the freeway (very quiet), long, level pull through sites, very easy check in with a few supplies in the store. Grassy sites, big shade trees. The previous reviewer hit all of the main points. We'd stay here again. A very good value with today's prices!

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Not a vacation destination, but a perfectly adequate overnight stop or a headquarters to explore the Palo Duro State Park. The north end is permanent trailers, the overnighters stay in the south end. Yes, it's near the freeway, but what RV park isn't? Freeway noise was not bothersome, but it was cool and our windows were closed. Site was level and long enough for the biggest RV not to unhook the toad. Park was clean, staff friendly. Price quoted is with Good Sam discount. We'd overnight there again.

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Winslow address is a little misleading - park is about 20 miles west of Winslow. The meteor crater is about 5 mile south of the park. Many more water/electric spaces than full hook-ups. Two very clean off-leash dog parks. Pull thru spaces are wide. Showers are the best we have encountered -private rooms with sink, toilet, and shower. Discount on gas for rv'ers staying at the park. Store/office does not sell beer or wine. We'd stay here again.

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A great find! Smallish park (23 spaces, I think), motel and cabins on site. Boat launch, dock, small beach, on the Colorado River. Park was very clean and seemed very well managed. A great clubhouse with a deck over looking the river. The manager said they had no openings for the winter until 2017. We had reservations and this time of year was no problem. They own the lot next door, are planing 40+ RV spaces, some pull through. Now, there are no pull through spaces. Shade trees and grass at the spaces. We would definitely stay here again. Be careful going out the exit onto the highway, your rig will drag. We went out the entrance.

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Nice little park, full hookups available, check in host extremely friendly. Level gravel sites, adequate spacing. Best to make reservations, as park is poplar for Death Valley visits. Wild burros in the area.

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After reading the earlier reviews, we almost decided not to stay here. Glad we did, anyway. All sites are pull-throughs, a little narrow, but adequate. Most have a semblance of grass between sites. Rate I posted is the Passport America rate. All sites have full hook-ups. Check-in staff very friendly, we had no interaction with other staff. Lots of things for kids to see and do. Two restaurants on site. The park was dead quiet after dark, no rowdy parties. A perfectly adequate over night stop. We would stay here again.

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Very adequate for an overnight or to explore the nearby mountains. Very friendly and professional staff. Long pull-throughs will accommodate the longest rigs. Easy on/off I-80. Gas stations nearby. Only downer was the dumpster was by the office, and our site was at the other end of the park. No big deal, though. Gravel interior roads, gravel sites with an attempt for grass by your site.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Cable TV only works on digital TVs; your converter won't work as you must borrow a special converter from the office (if it's open). The previous reviewer hit on the pull-throughs. Super narrow pads, arched front to back and side to side. A challenge to get parked and level. Lots of raised concrete curbs to eat your tires if you are not careful. I'll find another park, even for just an overnight stay.

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A real gem adjacent to lots of sightseeing. Popular with Europeans in rental RVs. Adequate size spaces, all back-ins, center ones have a big grass yard behind them. Long Beach and LA bike trails go right by the park. Management was nervous about bike theft; we brought ours in each night. Only negative comment would be about the laundry - not too clean, old machines. We did no expect such a nice park in this area. We would come back again!

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Totally full when we were here. Lots of kids, lots of tents in the tent area. Seemed to be a popular summer vacation spot. Lots of park sponsored activities, huge playground, Saturday band on the office patio, hay wagon rides. WiFi is provided by Tengo. Verizon signal is strong, internet 4G. Did I mention lots of kids? Drive very slow! For the amount of campers, park was very clean. A huge fenced in dog park is available.

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This is a county recreation area - roads are paved, most sites are fairly level, albeit very close together. We were in Blue Jay 6, plenty long enough for our 36' coach and toad, but the trees made it the hardest back in spot we've been in our RV'ing history. Being July, the parks was full; we could only get one night. Lots of wildlife, too. Scenery was great but the lake is very low. Hiking trails all warn of bears and mountain lions. We saw lots of deer. Extra charge ($3.50 ea.) for our two dachshunds. No over-the-air TV or Verizon.

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Parked was packed; I guess we were lucky to get one night there. Sites share a pedestal, one rig N-S, the other S-N. Adequate space between neighbors. Friendly staff, seemed like there were lots of rules and extra charges. It bills itself as "voted best medium size RV park in California" -- I think it was just OK. The beach is about 1 1/2 miles away, and that is an Off Road Vehicle beach. Oceano does not offer much in the way of beach community stuff, but Pismo Beach is nearby and Arroyo Grande is very close. There are lots of RV parks nearby, this is one of the nicer ones. There are hundreds of RVs stored nearby, too.

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Mostly filled with permanent campers. Lady who checked us in had no personality, park workers friendly and full of information. There were two long pull through sites, we had one of them. There is grass by the sites. The park is surrounded by farm fields; when we were there it was very windy and dusty. Oh yes, a nearby train track and HWY 101 are a 100' away. An OK overnite stop, but price seemed out of line.

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This is an old park, 50 years old, according to manager. The spaces next to the lake do not have sewer hookups, while the spaces across the road do. Not all spaces have 50 amps, be sure to ask. We stayed in #14, which had 50 amps and a cement patio. However, site was so short, patio was not at our door. Also patio was much higher than parking area -- don't run your tires into the edge! Manager was very helpful, the lake is beautiful, and there is a great bike trail on the west side.