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Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Agua Caliente County Park , Julian, California

Date of Stay: March, 2018 - $33.00
Overall Rating:

Agua Caliente means "hot water" in Spanish. Agua Caliente County Park is built around a hot springs, and bathing in the hot spring is the activity that people come for. The park is inside the southern part of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, about two hours east of San Diego. It's truly in the middle of nowhere. The campground is fine. Well cared for, spacious sites, bright white sand and gravel everywhere. It was very windy the three nights we were there, with steady winds over 20 MPH, and gusts up to 35 MPH. I asked a number of the regulars if it was always windy. They all said no, but as we talked, I got the feeling that it's actually windy pretty often. Our site (103) was spacious and had a great view, but was on a ridge that got the full force of the wind. After the first night we turned the motorhome around and parked in the site backwards to face the front end into the wind, which did help. There no cell reception inside the park. The closest cell reception is about a mile away. Go north on S2 around the first hill, and look for a turnout on the right with a "no camping" sign. We camped at Agua Caliente County Park in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
103
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Quite a bit longer than my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
No
Tips for other Campers:

There are 3 hot springs pools. A children's pool, a regular swimming pool, and a hot spa for adults only. There are also a couple of nice but rocky hiking trails with views and wildlife.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park - Borrego Palm Canyon Campground, Borrego Springs, California

Date of Stay: March, 2018 - $35.00
Overall Rating:

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is one of the largest state parks in the country. It's a desert lover's paradise. Beautiful scenery, great hikes, abundant wildlife. This is one of our favorite campgrounds. There are three sections, one with full hookups, the other two dry. The full hookup sites are all pull through and have full sun. The dry sites are mostly back in, and have shade ramadas over the picnic tables. The entire electric system throughout the campground appeared to be brand new. Roads are paved, in good condition, and big rig friendly. Our site (29), and all of the sites along the road next to it, had the hookups on the patio side. The site was still nice, because it had more privacy than the sites in the middle of the loop, but it was weird having the hookups right in the middle of our "patio." Spacing between sites is spacious. Some of the sites in the old part of the campground (the highest numbered sites) were pretty much by themselves. Some of the signage is aging, and we initially had trouble finding our site because the sign was unreadable. The campground overlooks the valley and the town of Borrego Springs, so cell service is solid. We camped at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park - Borrego Palm Canyon Campground in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
29
Site Surface
Asphalt
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Long enough for my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tow Vehicle Parking
No
Tips for other Campers:

Borrego Palm Canyon Trail leaves from the campground. It's one of the best trails in Southern California. In spring, buy the ruby red grapefruit from the Lions Club in town on Christmas Circle.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Furnace Creek (NPS Campground), Death Valley National Park, California

Date of Stay: February, 2018 - $35.00
Overall Rating:

Furnace Creek is the "populated" part of Death Valley. There are a couple of resorts, several campgrounds, a restaurant, general store, and golf course. A gas station wih $5/gallon diesel. It's a good central location for seeing the sights. Nice campground. There are a dozen or so sites with full hookups that get reserved months in advance, and another hundred or so dry sites that are easier to get. We had one of the hookup sites. It was a pull through on an asphalt pad, level, nicely spaced, with picnic table and fire ring. Some trees and bushes around the campground, which is a pleasant surprise in this part of the world. Cell service was hit and miss. We got enough to get email and text messages. You can pay for WiFi from the private resort next door, but reception will probably not be great in your rig. We camped at Furnace Creek (NPS Campground) in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Asphalt
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Long enough for my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
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Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Stovepipe Wells--No Hookups (NPS Campground), Death Valley National Park, California

Date of Stay: February, 2018 - $7.00
Overall Rating:

Great location a couple of miles from the dunes. The campground is a big gravel parking lot with poles to attach your tag to. Choose your spot, attach your receipt, camp. If it were crowded, it would be really close quarters, but I think that only happens a couple of times a year. There were maybe a dozen rigs in a huge lot while we were there. We drove around and had our pick of sites. No cell service, no WiFi. Next door to a general store, restaurant, bar, motel, and private campground that didn't look any better but has hookups and is more expensive. This one is about the location, not the services. We camped at Stovepipe Wells--No Hookups (NPS Campground) in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
139
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Just long enough for my motorhome
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Black Rock Campground (NPS Campgound), Yucca Valley, California

Date of Stay: January, 2018 - $10.00
Overall Rating:

Black Rock campground is on the northwest corner of Joshua Tree National Park. The campground is inside the park, and there are some very nice hiking trails nearby, but to get to the main part of the park, you'll drive about 15 miles east through the town, to get to the actual park entrance. The advantage of being on the edge of the park and next to the town is that cell service is excellent. The disadvantage is that it doesn't feel like "Joshua Tree." You're not in the rocks like at most of the other Joshua Tree campgrounds. The campground itself is okay. Not fancy, no amenities. The interior roads are in terrible shape. A crew was filling potholes the entire time we were there, but I think it was a battle they were not going to win. Our site was fine, but some sites are not level. There is a dump station for an extra $5. We camped at Black Rock Campground (NPS Campgound) in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Long enough for my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Interior Roads
Tight Turns, Scraping Branches, Obstacles, Poor Conditions
Tips for other Campers:

We saw mountain lion tracks on High Point Trail, which leaves from inside the campground. Beautiful hike.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned), Death Valley National Park, California

Date of Stay: January, 2018 - $34.00
Overall Rating:

Panamint Springs is a wide spot in the road on the western edge of Death Valley National Park. It's a lovely location for a campground, and all the sites have a great view of the desert and the Panamint Dunes. We made the mistake of picking a site with hookups. The site had a beautiful view, but was filled with trash, and none of the hookups worked. The electricity comes from a diesel generator that we could hear running the entire time we were there. The power wasn't stable enough to get past our surge protector for long. We ended up unplugging, rather than listen to our microwave beep every two minutes as the power switched on and off. The error code was "high voltage," and one of the campground rules was basically that the power was unstable, so don't complain. Water pressure was 25psi. More than a trickle, but not enough to take a shower. We ended up turning it off too, and using the water in our tank. The sewer hookup at our site was full nearly to the brim with (I hope) water. We didn't dare attempt to use it. If you don't have hookups at your site, there's no dump station. The hookup side of the RV Park is surrounded by "tent cabins" and motel rooms. People kept showing up for these throughout the night. The bathrooms were scary, with exposed wiring all over the place. There's no cell service. WiFi signal was strong, but I didn't try it to see how speedy it was. All in all, it's a pretty spot. If I were passing through, I would probably stay again. But I wouldn't bother with the hookups. We camped at Panamint Springs Resort (Privately Owned) in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
10
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Just long enough for my motorhome
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Interior Roads
Tight Turns, Obstacles, Poor Conditions
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Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Monument Valley KOA, Monument Valley, Utah

Date of Stay: October, 2017 - $45.00
Overall Rating:

Monument Valley Camp Park is a brand new campground in the valley off of route 163, on the Utah side of the border. It's basically across the road from Goulding's. All sites are flat, gravel, and have full hookups. Pricing is based on how big the site is. There are a tightly packed row of back in sites along the highway that are $35, some fairly tightly packed pull through in the middle of the park that are $40, and some pull through sites with a little patch of grass in between sites for $45. The $45 sites were reasonably spacious. None of the sites was very long, but people with bigger rigs were still able to make it work. The campground wasn't crowded at all, so the site spacing wasn't an issue, but on a busy day, things might be a bit tight. The restrooms and showers looked brand new, like they had been built the week before. Reviews of this campground on other sites complained about no showers, so they probably are brand new. Grass, trees, and other vegetation was also freshly planted. Right now, it's full sun everywhere. In a couple of years, there will be a bit of shade. The whole campground is pancake flat, and had views of some of the monuments. The weirdest thing was the sewer pipes stuck about 8" above the ground. My motorhome is pretty low to the ground, so this made it hard for me to dump. The campground owner is a nice guy, but he wasn't around most of the time. He seemed to be around mostly in the late afternoon. I didn't ask, but I suspect he still has a day job while things are getting started, and he's coming over to take care of business after his day job. Goulding's about a mile away has a shop and restaurant, if you need that. This place is purely a campground. We camped at Monument Valley KOA in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
5
Site Surface
Gravel
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Just long enough for my motorhome
Campsite Features
Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tips for other Campers:

Goulding's, about a mile away, has a shop and restaurant. Take a tour of Monument Valley. We used one of the tour companies that was highly rated on TripAdvisor, and were not disappointed.

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Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Canyonlands Needles Outpost and Campground (Concessionaire Operated), Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Date of Stay: October, 2017 - $22.00
Overall Rating:

This is a private campground just outside the border of the Needles section of Canyonlands National Park. What it has going for it is that you can make advance reservations. The main con is that it's twice the price of anything else nearby, with half the charm. The campground is run by a couple with a couple of young children. The kids were very nice. Mom gave me a lecture about some campground rule that I wasn't breaking every time I came into the store for anything. That was kind of weird. The roads within he campground are a red dust sand trap. Badly rutted, ankle deep dust in places, and desperately in need of maintenance. All of the campsites were fairly deep in red dust. Some were also deep in ruts. We were not always sure whether or not we were going to get stuck. Our picnic table was falling apart. Showers are $3 for 5 minutes. Like the roads, the showers and restrooms are in desperate need of maintenance. The final straw was the dump station, which had a huge, brand new lock on it when we went to dump while we were leaving. So, we didn't get to dump. The lock was the only thing that looked new and properly maintained in the entire place. We camped at Canyonlands Needles Outpost and Campground (Concessionaire Operated) in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
10
Site Surface
Sand
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Just long enough for my motorhome
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Interior Roads
Poor Conditions
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Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

North Rim Campground (NPS Campground), Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Date of Stay: October, 2017 - $10.00
Overall Rating:

The campground is about a mile from the North Rim visitor's center. The area is wooded and beautiful. The sites are all uniformly large, but vary in levelness. The sites in the middle were generally more level than the ones around the edges. There are a few sites that back up onto one of the side canyons. All of the sites are dry, but there is a dump station in the campground, and fresh water available. Generator hours are from 7-9am and 6-8pm. There's a store next door that has some food (mostly snacks), and very basic camping gear. The North Rim visitor's center is small. The gift shop at the visitor's center has t-shirts and stuff. We really liked this campground. Even inside the campground, it's crazy beautiful. And there are canyon views almost as soon as you leave the campground. If you have a bike or like to walk, you can bike or walk to Bright Angel Point. It's also only a couple of miles from the road to Cape Royal. We camped at North Rim Campground (NPS Campground) in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
27
Site Surface
Asphalt
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Just long enough for my motorhome
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tips for other Campers:

It's the Grand Canyon. Go see the canyon. Do some hiking. Also, go drive the road to Cape Royal.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada

Date of Stay: October, 2017 - $50.00
Overall Rating:

We overnighted here on the way from Southern California to the sights in Utah and Arizona. For us, Las Vegas is a good day's drive from home. The park is on the Southern Edge of town. Close enough to the city to be convenient for things like restocking and RV service, but far enough to not be in the middle of the crazy. Other than the large billboard over our site advertising a lawyer's services, it didn't feel like Vegas at all. For us, that's a good thing. Check-in was uneventful. The guy working the desk was a bit cranky, but things went smoothly. One of our friends tried to come here recently and wasn't allowed in because they have a pit bull mix. The written dog rules they gave us definitely say no pit bulls, but when they called ahead, there was no mention of the pit bull thing. At checkin, they definitely asked what breed of dog we had. Our site was fine. Sites are further apart than a lot of private RV parks, but it wasn't super spacious. Everything was clean and well maintained. Lots of amenities. 2 pools, shop, restaurant, propane, etc. The park is in the city. There were streetlights everywhere, including right next to our site. We were right next to the freeway. There was a wall in between us and the freeway, so it wasn't loud, but we could still hear the hum. And we were right underneath a large pink billboard that was lit all night. I wouldn't really expect anything different in the city, but there you are. We camped at Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
194
Site Surface
Concrete
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Long enough for my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Campsite Features
Picnic Table, Patio
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tips for other Campers:

Vegas, baby! Take an Uber or Lyft to the strip.

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Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Burnt Rancheria Campground USFS, Pine Valley, California

Date of Stay: September, 2017 - $12.00
Overall Rating:

Burnt Ranchería is a typical forest service campground. Beautiful location. Spacious sites. Excellent hiking right from the campground. No amenities. The campground is on Mt. Laguna, 90 minutes from the center of San Diego, so expect it to be full or nearly full on weekends when it's open, with is from May-October. The sites are spacious, but hard to get in or out of for a bigger rig. The campground was clearly created in the days when vehicles were a bit smaller. It feels more like a tent campground that has a few RV's. A few sites are quite nice for RV's, especially smaller ones, but most are not even close to level. No electric hookups or dump station. There are threaded water spigots everywhere, but any time anyone tried to use them, the camp host, a guy we quickly nicknamed "Mr. Grumpy," would rush up in his cart and say that we weren't allowed to fill our tanks. The only thing we found in the written rules was that water was for "personal use only," so we think his interpretation of the rule was his own, and not official forest service policy, but whatever. The other issue was the wasps. They were swarming every water source, including our dog water dish, and the large number of water spigots that were leaking. Maybe if Mr. Grumpy had fixed some leaks instead of chasing people with hoses....but I digress. Cell coverage was enough to keep up with email, but not much else. I really wanted to like this place. It has so much beauty going for it. But the large number of people and Mr. Grumpy made it hard to love. We camped at Burnt Rancheria Campground USFS in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
43
Site Surface
Asphalt
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Long enough for my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Interior Roads
Tight Turns, Scraping Branches
Tips for other Campers:

Desert View Trail is a nice, short loop trail that leaves right from the campground. The PCT also comes right by camp.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Pismo State Beach - Oceano Campground, Oceano, California

Date of Stay: May, 2017 - $50.00
Overall Rating:

Pismo State Beach is in central California, the only beach in the state where vehicles are allowed. If you're into ATVing or 4 wheeling, you'll love the location. If you don't want to drive on the beach, the dunes are interesting, and the view is nice, but the beach is not so useful. It's mostly a superhighway for pickup trucks. The campground is fine. Sites are a little closer together than I'd like, but fine. The roads are narrow. We felt like we were squeezing our little rig in between parked rigs. I don't know how big rigs would do it. Some sites are big enough to park a truck or a toad. If the site isn't, though, the overflow parking isn't that close. There are walking trails across the dunes to the beach, about 200 yards away. I could hear the surf from outside my rig. Water and 20/30A electric at the site. The dump station is at the north beach campground, about 3 miles away. The parking pad is asphalt, pull through, with picnic table and fire pit. Wood is cheap ($6). Verizon and AT&T were both good. We camped at Pismo State Beach - Oceano Campground in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
OC38
Site Surface
Asphalt, Dirt
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Long enough for my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Interior Roads
Tight Turns
Tips for other Campers:

There's the beach, especially if you 4x4 or ATV.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Pinnacles Campground, Pinnacles National Park, California

Date of Stay: May, 2017 - $20.00
Overall Rating:

Pinnacles National Park is yet another set of volcanic formations on the west coast, this time in central California. When we were there (mid-late May), it was 96 degrees during the daytime, and in the 50's at night. The park is a long way from civilization. Sites are dirt and gravel. There is 20/30A electric at the site, threaded water spigots scattered around the campground, and a dump station near the office. No generators allowed, so if it's hot when you're there, you need an RV site to have air conditioning. The sites are not huge, but spacious enough. Some big rig friendly sites, but mostly smaller sites. About 3/4 of the sites had partial shade. The rest were in full sun. There is a small swimming pool near the office. When we were there, a group of high school kids was in one of the group campsites, and the pool was FULL of well behaved kids. There is absolutely no cell service. No TV. Satellite would probably be fine. The campground had wifi, $10 for your entire stay. It only really worked if you were next to the office, but if you need internet, you need internet. The restrooms near the office were filthy dirty, and the showers were broken. The restrooms in the group camping area were clean and everything worked. We camped at Pinnacles Campground in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
87
Site Surface
Dirt
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Just long enough for my motorhome
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tips for other Campers:

You are in the middle of nowhere. It's a long drive if you've forgotten anything, so be prepared to be self sufficient. The main activities here are hiking and rock climbing. The only way to see the views is to hike in, so if you're not interested in hiking, there isn't much to do here.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Casini Ranch Family Campground, Duncans Mills, California

Date of Stay: May, 2017 - $72.00
Overall Rating:

Casini Ranch is a huge campground on the west end of the Russian River. The name "Family Campground" is purposeful. They mean FAMILY. Mom, pop, 10 kids. There are loads of activities for the kiddies. Panning for gold, hay rides, movies, ice cream socials, donkey petting (Donkey petting?). Nearly everyone here on a warm weekend in May were families with kids. Lots, and lots, and lots of kids. Kids screaming. Kids crying. Kids riding their bikes right through our site. Dogs chasing balls under our rig. Music playing everywhere. If you're into that kind of thing, you'll be in heaven. However, if you're not, you're driving through the gates of heck. This was a noisy, crowded, boisterous place. We paid $72/night for a patch of mowed weeds that didn't have sewer and we couldn't get level on, and got to listen to screaming kids from 7 am to 11 pm. We were glad to find a place to camp (we were visiting family and everything else was booked up), but this really, really isn't our kind of place. We camped at Casini Ranch Family Campground in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
C2
Site Surface
Dirt, Grass
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Just long enough for my motorhome
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp
Sewer Connection
No

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Nearby
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tips for other Campers:

If you have kids, you'll probably stay at the campground. It has everything kid related you'll ever want. If you don't have kids, there's the usual Russian River stuff. Playing on the river, food, wineries, etc.

Review Count: 24
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 9

Durango RV Resort, Red Bluff, California

Date of Stay: May, 2017 - $60.00
Overall Rating:

This place was something. A high end RV resort, in a backwater town on the I-5 in Northern California. We're more state park type campers, so this wasn't something we usually do, but we needed to overnight somewhere, and Durango was conveniently located. Outside of the campground is not much. Outside town is the Sacramento River valley. In town is gas stations, a discount grocery store (within walking distance of the campground), the only self-service car wash I've seen in recent years that only takes coins, and a few diners and pizza joints. Inside the campground is everything. Sites were concrete, level, surrounded by grass, with full hookups. Laundry, swimming, hot tub, community fire pit. Dog wash. Propane. Trash pickup at your site. Massages. Everything was clean and well maintained. It was very comfortable. People were friendly. The massage was nice. The only reason I give this a 9 instead of 10 is the noise. It's right off of both I-5 and a train crossing. I slept through everything, but it's something to take into account. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Durango RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Value
Clean Restrooms
Service
Clean Showers
Cleanliness

Site Details

Campsite
Site Number
97
Site Surface
Concrete
Site Type
Back in
Site Space
Long enough for my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Campsite Features
Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection
Yes

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Spacious
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Tips for other Campers:

Grocery store and restaurants within walking distance. Self service car wash on the other side of the freeway that can take smaller rigs.

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