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This is an excellent park. The RV spaces are very large with grass between each. Each RV pad is large and covered with pavers. Each site also has its own garbage can and recycle bin, so packing your trash to a dumpster. Cable was good. Could not get satellite reception due to trees. Included free internet and it was adequate. The office staff is pleasant and helpful. No pool, but a nice spa. There is a work out room, but didn't get a chance to see it. Quite a few monthly guests, but their sites are as well kept as the dailies. One of the nicer RV parks. Will definitely be back.

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We stopped for an overnight stay on our way north. Excellent pull through site. Did not have to unhook the toad, although our coach and toad barely fit in the site we were assigned. The trees are starting to get a bit big and encroaching on the sites and roads but really not a problem yet. A decent place for a night or more. Will definitely choose Boulder Creek again when we go up CA 395.

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For needing a park within a big city, Desert Shadows is a good choice. The short term sites are close to the entrance with a lot of space and each has a small concrete patio and bench. Sites are gravel. Full hookups but no cable. Received over 35 OTA stations, most in HD. Internet is free in the office, which has coffee and nice sitting area. A lot of the seasonal residents visit there each morning. Internet is available at he sites now, for a fee. Quite reasonably priced Very clean, lot of amenities available. And short term guests are invited to participate in all the activities which there are many. We find this a nice quiet park that is very convenient and will return here in the future when we visit family in the PHX area.

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The rate is Passport America and there were no restrictions. We used it for 7 days. So quite a good value, given the park is spacious, has lots of grass, a swimming pool, covered gathering area, lot of cable stations and a strong WiFI. Our pad was concrete and very level and included a table and 4 chairs. Most pads are gravel, but they looked level. It is very convenient. Only 2.5 miles to the strip. Follow the directions on their website and it is easy to find. About .6 of a mile from hiway 165 up a winding road. Take a wide turn into the park and you will have no problem. The owner-operators were very nice and helpful. We will definitely stay here next time we come to Branson in our Motorhome.

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This is a great park that is only about 12 miles from the National Park. It is quite isolated. The road from the highway up a steep hill is about 1/2 mile long and has a couple of sharp turns but very doable. We came in with a 45' motorhome plus toad and had no problem. The WiFi worked fine, sometimes a little slow, but adequate. The cable was a bit fuzzy, but there were numerous over the air stations that we were able to pick up to supplement our satellite. Sites are level and spacious. All gravel. All have a nice table. The trees could use some trimming that are around each site, but that will probably happen during the upcoming off season. As we drove around the area, we noticed other RV parks and were were glad we stayed at Cloud Nine - price, location and setting. If it had more amenities I would have given it a higher score. But for what you get, it is a great value.

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This is a great RV park. The pads are all large and the space between, all grass is wide. There are a lot of trees that have grown pretty large. They do a good job of trimming, so not in the way when driving through the loop to your site. Some sites are quite sloped. We talked to the office before coming in and were given sites that were level and open so we could acquire satellite so we had a very desirable (to us) site. We were in site 90. The internet is good. We received many OTA TV stations. This campground is part of the Kentucky Horse Park, so if you purchase your tickets to the Horse Park from the Campground office, you get a discount and don't have to pay for parking. Great place for an overnight or a week or longer. Playgrounds available for kids to use as well as basketball courts. Also there are at least one picnic shelter for family gathering. No sewer at your site but a couple of large dump stations near the exit. We have been here once before in our cross country travels and we enjoyed it even more this trip. We stayed four nights and wish we could stay longer.

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Basically a very nice RV Park. Large sites. Full hookups. Paved pad. We were very disappointed in the Internet. We called to make sure they had good WiFI service and they said they did. When we were there, we found a number of different connection opportunities, but had a hard time connecting. When we did it was extremely slow and bounced us off a number of times. We also read the message that said if you used a certain amount of data in a 48 hours period, you would be relegated to a dial up speed. The $48 charge was very high for this type of park, but apparently they can get it with its location. It was full on Friday night, so we could only stay Thursday, which worked out because we moved on to Lexington at a very nice RV park for 1/2 the price.

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Very nice park and very helpful owners. The place is huge. Lots of fun opportunities for kids to have fun. Lots of grass and plenty of space between sites. If you have a large rig, and in a pull thru, the trees are a bit overgrown at the end of the sites, so it is not possible to get out going forward, so I backed out and got back on the main road to exit. Also the Internet is strong, but keeps logging you off, about every 15 minutes or so. Had to sign back in to continue. I bit of a pain. We stayed two nights and went into Canton twice, which was about 18 miles away. A pleasant drive through the country roads. Had to watch out for a few horse carriages!

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This is about the closest place to stay to Cleveland. Very convenient. The sites are overgrown grass. There is power (50 amp) behind each site on the fence. There are water and sewer but unless you have some long hoses you have to move to reach all three hookups at the same time. We had a full tank of water and didn't bother with sewer. For three days, not a problem for us. If you want a place to stay that is close to Cleveland and don't care about amenities, then this place will work just fine. We felt safe, received satellite reception, lots of OTA tv stations and it was quiet. We could not get the wifi to connect. The office is open only MWF 10-3, so we just left a check under the door of the office.

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We stayed 2 nights at PP America, then full price ($54) the third night. So the average was acceptable, but the $54 price was in my opinion excessive for this park. The sites were a decent size with grass on each side. The pad is extremely narrow and there are trees that a growing up on each side at the entry and exit of the pull through sites. I had to back out as I could not go out forward with the trees in protruding onto the corners of the sites (45' moho). The wi-fi was horrible. Could get it late at night or very early in the morning. Other than that it was hit and miss whether could connect, as if it did connect it was very slow. Seems like for this kind of money, the wi-fi could be better. Hookups were good, lots of cable stations to choose from. Was open to receive Dish satellite. Mostly quiet except for an occasional train going by. The office staff was efficient and very helpful. They recommended a restaurant in Monroe, Public House, which was terrific.

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This is a hard one to rate. It is just a truck/trailer yard where the truckers drop their trailer off and store it on a short term basis or just overnight. The lot itself is only a place to park and stay while in the Chicago area. However it is right near the heart of Chicago. The closest RV park is at least 40 miles out of the city and with the traffic it would be an hour or more drive in. This is so convenient, which is worth a lot to us. Dry camp and put up with the trucks coming and going. Is it worth it? You decide. It is gated with security. We felt safe. It is easy to get to. We will stay here again next time we come to Chicago.

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This is a beautiful resort. The sites are huge and surrounded by grass. The check in person was efficient and helpful. The guide who lead us to our site was very friendly and also very helpful. Used the workout facilities. Although not a lot of equipment, it is top quality and adequate. The owners in the park are very friendly. Many stopped to say hello as they walked by. Salesman came by but was not pushy at all. Great place to spend a few nights or an entire summer!

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Booked for a week then extended another 3 nights because of family needs in LV. We were in the no-pet area. Had no grass. Our site was very tight to get into for a 45' motorhome because of a fire hydrant on the right entrance corner of the site and a tree on the left back of the site and no space to swing. I am sure they would have given us another site if that was a problem, but I got in with some maneuvering. The hot tub and pool were clean and nice. Lots of folks using them, but that is what they are there for! The putting course was horrible. Not worth using. The work out facility was marginal at best. The TV is ancient. The remote would not work. The equipment is minimal. Two treadmills. Only one worked. The rest of the equipment was okay. Not too inviting, but better than nothing. Most front desk people we encountered were very helpful. One was not so much. Just going through the motions. Insisted I walk outside and get the license # of my toad. I was tired from driving, but she had to have it immediately to process us. When needing help, just went to the ones that we knew would be helpful. The restaurant had great service. Breakfast food was okay, nothing great. Watch out for the person trying to entice you into buying a travel package. Was warned by a guest in the hot tub. When in the lobby, we were approached to "spin the wheel" and win free nights at the RV park. Politely said no thank you and she gave up on us. This is a very convenient RV Park, literally right off the freeway off ramp. A few minutes to the strip. Close to grocery stores and outlet mall. Good and very friendly security staff. Not noisy, except for a bit of freeway noise, but not an issue.

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Very nice park. Spacious sites. Easy pull throughs. Internet was adequate. The pool and hot tub were very nice. Clean and large. The grounds are very well maintained. Great stop over when heading up or down I-5. One of the nicest parks for spending a night or more.

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This is a decent spacious RV park that is very convenient to the Bay Area. The sites are grass. Since we had a 45' motorhome they gave us a double long site with plenty of room. It isn't a place to vacation, but a great place to stay a few nights while attending fairground events or just visiting friends or the area. The internet worked well, the office staff was friendly and efficient. We would certainly stay here again when traveling through Northern Cal.