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Other reviews call this place rustic with a lot of scrub, that is definitely true. I didn't find the park to be clean. Lots and lots of weeds on dirt/gravel sites and in between sites. There were covered picnic areas throughout the park, but they were so overgrown with weeds, they were unusable. Lots of residents, probably oil workers. I wish the owners would do a bit more to clean up the park and make the residents feel a bit better about where they live. WiFi was non-existent. Even called the office about it and was told "we've had a few storms the past few days, I'll have the guys reset it". Say what? Don't waste your money. We will not be returning.

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We needed an overnight stop and this one was perfect. Great park for the value (Passport America $13.85), 50 amp FHU with cable (lots of channels). WiFi was great at our site (67), office staff very friendly. Mostly full-timers this time of year. Nice clean dog park with bags, brochure indicates hot tub, lauundry, restrooms, - we didn't use. Will definitely use again if we pass this way.

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The rate we paid was $100 for the week. It is very adequate for our needs. This is a very small town (3200 pop.) and we were here for our granddaughter's high school graduation. The sites are grassy and level, some provide shade (we chose one that didn't because of satellite reception) and the park is quiet. Utilities worked very well. The owners are very friendly. Shopping is in either in Graham (25 miles) or Wichita Falls (45 miles). Come prepared. Olney Cafe is the only place to eat in town. Good food.

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We were here as part of a group. What a great campground! The owners, as well as the rest of the staff, go above and beyond to make campers feel welcome. They provide breakfast each morning including waffles, hard-boiled eggs, oatmeal, cereal, juice and coffee. The park is gravel, sites are long enough for rig and toad, enough space between rigs so as not to feel cramped. Grounds include a spa area with 2 hot tubs and a sauna, a campfire pit with seating, play area for the kiddies, bbq facilities, and a tent with heaters and tables which we used for potlucks and happy hours. Reservations for the Grand Canyon Railway can be made right there. They provide a shuttle to/from the campground to the depot, as well as into town if you don't have a tow car. The campground is quiet, except for the twice-a-day GC train, 9:30 am and 5:30 pm; no road noise from I-40. This is definitely the place to stay when visiting Williams.

     

Walnut RV Park

Vega, Texas

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Perfect for an overnight stay. Easy off/on from I-40. FHU all good. Sites are level and grassy. A bit of noise from the interstate, but tolerable.

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I thought the price was steep for what we got. Lots of permanent residents. Pull-throughs are long enough so we didn't have to disconnect. Place was all dirt, no grass (not like photos). Lots of weeds. Didn't use the pool, but it looked well maintained. AC ran 24/7 with no power issues. Convenient location.

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This park is very accessible from I-5, however, the noise from I-5 is deafening. The sites are so close together that one would have difficulty extending their awning. There are eateries at the entrance which is convenient. The guy next to us is attending a local vocational school, as are 15 or so other campers, so some long termers. The rules state rigs have to be 10 years or newer; there are a lot of 20 year old rigs in the park. The park is clean and the staff helpful. I probably wouldn't stay here again due to the noise.

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This is a beautiful park, no doubt about it. All the amenities one would want. Very clean, accommodating for groups, conveniently located. However, it is right next to Highway 101 with a truck stop across the street, and there is only a 5 foot brick wall sound barrier. It was extremely loud. The brick mason was there adding the "cap" to the wall, and I asked him if the park had any plans to make the wall higher. He said "nope".

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We took our granddaughter to Sea World and the SD Zoo Safari Park. The location is very convenient to Interstates 5 and 8 for visiting attractions in and around San Diego. As others have mentioned, it is an asphalt parking lot with strips of grass at the rear of each site. Back-ins only, no pull-thrus. I don't see this place as being an overnight stop, so for us this wasn't an issue. While I wouldn't call this a resort (no amenities), the sites are spacious for the location. There is a beach area on Mission Bay for the kids and adults. Yes, this is part of a "Harbor Community" that includes mobile homes, but to us they seemed well-kept, just old. They are separated from the RVers, although they do share the same entrance. A great location for biking or walking, no real traffic to be concerned with. The bathrooms were clean and functional, but did need some updating. The 'snack shack' had some great breakfast burritos. We will definitely return.

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You know, I would, give this place a higher rating but our site (#1) did not have sewer, it was bit difficult to find and the owner didn't even know he was in the TL directory. There is no laundry on site, but down at the gas station there are 4 washers in need of repairs and only two dryers. There is a store carrying a small inventory of supplies and a food grill. Apparently an electrician did some work on site #1 and covered over the hole and it cannot be found. Site #1 is a quite unlevel as well, but the views are incredible. I wouldn't call this a "campground" per se. Its basically a meadow with hook-ups. There are four sites used for overnighters, the rest are used for long-termers. The owners are doing a great job of making it RV friendly. The showers and bathrooms inside the shelter are in great shape. In the main room, there is a bar (they serve beer and $1.00 set ups. You bring your own hard liquor. ), pool table, juke box, your typical country hangout. The place gets rave reviews from the locals. We camped there because we have relatives that live in Vergas. We would stay here again mainly because of the views and the owners.

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An adequate park, friendly owners. Lowest price in this area, so no GS, FMCA, etc., discounts. However, the 7th night is free. Laundry reasonable. Somewhat tight spots, but doable. When other parks in the area are charging $36-$50 per night, this park is a deal.

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We stopped here for one night only and found it to be adequate. All sites on grass. We had water and 20-amp electrical for $17. FHU are available for $20. Close to ferry dock and downtown.

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We're visiting friends in Clinton on Whidbey Island, and they recommended the fairgrounds. Grass sites, water and 30 amp. There is a dump station available at no add'l charge. Nothing special, but adequate for our needs. The town of Langley is 1.5 miles away.

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Would have given it a 10 had we had full sewer at site. Gray water can be drained at site with the help of the owner, but not black. You have to use on-site dump station. Nice mom and pop "fish camp". Friendly and very helpful owners. Clean, grassy, roomy sites. Great location for touring the Long Beach peninsula. Laundry $1.50 wash $1.50 60-minute dry.

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This campground is at the junction of Hwys 97 and 62. Ideal location for visiting Crater Lake south entrance when the north is closed. Cute mom & pop campground, riverfront with fishing available. Satellite friendly. We would return.