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We stayed at this park for the first time over Memorial Weekend. The campground was full as it was a holiday weekend. We stayed in the newer (upper) loop in site #119. The site was level and the sites are terraced and there is vegetation between each site. It was quiet, even though there were people outside talking and laughing. There were lots of trails if you are into hiking and some sites even had small corrals for a horse or two and we did see a couple of horses. We will be back.

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This is an older campground that has been recently converted to a KOA. While the campground is clean and cell service is good the web site is a bit of over the top on the looks of this campground. While this is a pet friendly park our doggy picked up a lot of small burrs in his feet when we walked him. They also advertise a pet bathing area, but the sink was really dirty and there was no warm water. On the morning we left, they must have watered the area and the both sides of the RV and car were wet.

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This is a county park, and back-in sites in our loop were very tight. Our sewer was under our neighbor's picnic table. Park was clean, cell service was good. Satellite setup easy. Though the park is pet friendly our little pooch picked up lots of little burrs in his feet that we had to pick out every time we took him out.

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This campground is very clean, lots of grass. The entire site is grass including where you park your RV. The Klamath river is visible from you from the pull-through sites. Satellite easy setup. Verizon cell 3G. Wi-Fi good but costs $2.00 a day. Beautiful campground, would stay here again. Great destination park to see the area.

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The riverfront sites are great; you back right up to the river. Wi-Fi and Verizon cell good, satellite TV easy to set up. Lots of green grass and flowers, a very clean park. The downside is some of the riverfront sites are very tight. When we stepped out of the RV we were standing on the neighbor's sewer hookup. There was room behind the site on the grass to sit and enjoy the river. We did have a little issue with the sewer backing up when we dumped our tanks. We had to dump the black tank slowly.

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We spent two nights there while touring the area. The word "resort" in the title of this campground might be a stretch. I would describe this campground as rustic, but beautiful. Lots of trees so I didn't even attempt satellite. Verizon at 3G; Wi-Fi was very good. I would stay here again.

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Good campground to overnight. There is a Flying J and a couple of fast food joints at the same exit. Lots of pull-through sites. A very clean park, easy in and out from the freeway. Verizon cell service excellent; Wi-Fi okay. The only reason I didn't give it a ten is that there was no shade. There are trees at each site but they are pretty small yet. They have Schwanns ice cream in the office, which was a great plus.

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Good campground for an overnight stop. Pull Thru sites and close to I-15. The park is also a mobile home park but that is kept separate from the overnighters. It is very clean and well kept. The only thing is a little freeway noise. It didn't bother us.

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This is a nice San Diego county campground with electric, water and a dump station in campground. Water pressure is not very good, but no problem taking a shower. Quiet campground. Verizon cell service does not exist. You can walk down to the lake. It is dog friendly.

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The park has two loops. The oldest loop has more trees and is closer to the lake. The newer loop has more grass and has larger sites. We stayed in the newer loop. The sites are large and there are some pull through sites. It is nice and clean and has lots of area to walk the dogs. There is a big Sports park across the street. It is a great urban campground. The lake is stocked. I did see people with nice stringers of fish.

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Very nice campground, with easy access from I-17. Very clean and well kept. Wi-Fi was impossible certain times of the day. Had trash pickup at your site, everyday.

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Nice campground. This is an inter-city campground, but it was quiet.

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Nice little campground along the Salmon River. We had a site with a deck over looking the river. Saw deer across the river grazing. The town has a couple of nice places to eat. Campground has grass and is well groomed.

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Didn't like this campground. Some full time residents, can hear the trains and freeway. Kind of run down. If you have a big rig, the sites are real close together. Under new management and they say they have a lot of new upgrades coming.

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Nice little campground. Very clean and lots of grass. Some sites had shade trees. We enjoyed it.