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We were in Site 324. Site was a level pull-through and had good power and good water pressure. We were able to access the park Wi-Fi using our laptop from the motorhome. We selected this park primarily due to it proximity to Seven Springs Resort. We stayed at the park while we were ziplining with the grandsons at Seven Springs. This campground seemed to be very family friendly. There were a couple sections with many very well maintained seasonal sites. Our section seemed to be mostly short term campers. We would definitely camp here again if in the area.

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This rating is all about the location and price. This campground is really a parking lot across the road from the hotel by the same name. The location was perfect for us to visit Lower Antelope Canyon in Page, AZ; Zion National Park, and Bryce Canyon National Park. We were rarely in the RV during our stay so all we needed was good power, good water pressure and a level site. This campground provided that as well as good free Wi-Fi in the coach. We also ate at the restaurant and used the hotel hot tub after a long day of hiking. All in all a great deal for $17.95 per day.

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The staff at this campground, were some of the nicest people we have encountered in our over 5 years of full-timing. The campground itself was very nice. Everything is very well thought out. The showers and restrooms are immaculate. They even remembered to have shelves and hooks in the bathroom/shower area so you have somewhere to put your stuff. The laundry was reasonably priced and they worked. The pool was beautiful although too cold to use this time of year. We did use the hot tub, 4 out of the 5 days were spent there. It is located close to I-20, but not so close as to hear the traffic noise. Nice restaurant nearby called Maverick. Good food there at a reasonable price. We would definitely stay here again when in the area.

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The staff was very helpful and welcoming. It was really too cold to utilize much of what this campground has to offer. We were in the area to visit the Quapaw Spa, which was excellent.

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This is a hard park to rate. I could have rated it as high as an 8 or 9 if it weren't for the electrical problems in the park. On the plus side, there is an area that is heavily treed and another area that is sparsely treed for those who want to use DirecTV or Dish. The sites were level and larger in the sparsely treed area. The water pressure was fine. The staff tried to resolve the electrical issues but appeared to be out of their depth. The electrical company replaced a transformer while we were there. They indicated the transformer was sized for a house not an RV Park. We expected things to improve after the transformer was replaced but unfortunately the breaker at the distribution panel in the Park continued to trip for some sites from time to time. On the other hand, some of the folks in our group found the power much improved. It would appear that some of the sites need to have some rewiring. The pool was clean.

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We stayed here so we would be able to enter the park one hour early and to avoid the daily parking fees. It is a nice enough resort although it is time to trim some of the trees in the campground area. The check-in area should have the parking spaces marked as RV PARKING ONLY. When we checked in there were single cars parked in 8 of the check-in lanes. That made for a real mess during check-in.

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We stayed here to play some golf. The RV park was a bonus. Our site was level, good 50 amp power, good water pressure, we were able to get our roof mounted sat dish to come in without a problem. The pool was very clean as was the laundry room. We would definitely stay here again if we visit the area.

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This campground is in an excellent location. $17 per night for full-hookups with cable is a real bargain in this area. If we are in the area again, we would definitely stay here again.

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We used this park for an overnight stop only. The owner was helpful and engaged. We had a 50 amp pull-through site with good power, good water pressure and we were able to get DirecTv on our roof mounted dome even with the shade trees. We are self-contained so did not use the restrooms or showers. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. Rate is for Passport America with no additional charge for our two grandsons traveling with us.

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This campground is located just inside the north entrance to Lassen Volcanic National Park near the Visitors Center. It is heavily treed. We were able to get our 40 foot Class A into Site A11 without difficulty. We would definitely stay here again if visiting the area. This is a campground with campfires and kids riding bikes. If you are looking for paved sites, Wi-Fi and cable TV then this is NOT for you.

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Our pull-through site was level and it had good power and good water pressure. The laundry had three washers and two dryers, however, only one dryer worked. We self registered according to the instructions.

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This campground had what we needed in an area where we wanted to stay. We had good 50 amp power, good water pressure, and the free Wi-Fi was a big plus since we were not able to get a signal on our cell phones. It is located right outside Great Basin National Park. The owner was helpful and engaged. We were in site 18 and were able to get DirecTv to come in with our roof mounted dome even with the trees. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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This is a very nicely laid out RV Park. The pull-through sites are long and wide making them easy in and easy out. The owner seemed genuinely interested in making sure we had everything we needed. We would definitely stay here again. The only downside I could see was there were only 2 washers and 2 dryers which seemed a little low for the number of sites. If you are looking for a campground with lots of trees and a place to have a campfire, then you need to look elsewhere. If you are looking for an RV Park for big rigs near the interstate, then this is it.

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We had originally intended to stay at another campground in the same general area but saw a sign out front of this one - $15 full hook-ups. We pulled in and found that the sites were paved versus grass where we were going to stay, and we got a pull in site right on the river. Good power and plenty of water pressure. We have Directv and an aircard so the lack of cable TV or WiFi wasn't a problem for us. I would like to rate it higher, but that doesn't leave any room on the scale for parks with more amenities. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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This was our first visit to an Escapees Park. Everyone we met was very friendly and helpful. We stayed for more than 2 weeks. The ice cream socials were very nice. The office folks worked with us to find a site that allowed us to get our sat dish to come in. The only negative thing that I noticed in the park was the number of loose roaming cats. I can understand it it were due to a feral cat problem, but many of the cats I saw wore collars and were obviously pets, not ferals.