LindaC

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There only a few spots that have sewer (6 - 7), there is a dump station available. Spots are spacious and very nice. Unfortunately, we had a spot near the sewer plant the smell was horrible.

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Do not go by the website or facebook the pictures are very deceiving. Great waterfront sites, but you have to rent two for enough room for your slides and doors to open, if not it's a tight squeeze for a skinny person. The electric is very old and outdated, if you require 50 amp there is none, and there are power surges. There is cable which worked most of the time, and wifi is available at the bar which is not open but there is a deck outside the bar. Would have been great also if the bar was open and a food option. This is not a big rig friendly park. The manager is very nice and accomodating, did not have contact with the maintenance staff. I really would have gone there again if it wasn't for the electric, got home and found our electric cord had burned..we were very lucky.

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Park has become very run down. It is in a great location and spots other than waterfront are mostly spacious. Not having a sewer hookup is really a problem if staying longer than a few days. They do have a truck that will pump you out once a week.

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Park was great, large spots and very well kept. The only thing I didn't like as I'm sitting here watching, is the park personnel going through the trash bags in the dumpster. They are looking for recycle items, but still this is not right. Be careful what you throw in your bag. There is a separate recycle bin if you want to recycle.

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We were lucky to get one of the few pull through sites which was a gravel site for the night. The manager was very friendly and helpful. They are replacing their Wi-Fi service soon, really no Wi-Fi that we could hookup too. Nice clean campground and we would stay here again.

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We have stayed here many times. Owner and managers are very nice. Access roads has never been a problem. Beautiful relaxing campground with all the amenities we need, including Wi-Fi. Hoping the year there will be cell phone service since Livermore Labs has closed their space listening site which blocked all service.

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We have camped here the last four years in a 38 foot motorhome, with slides. No problem with access road, or dirt. Best hidden secret in Northern California as far as I am concerned. Wonderful staff, and clean campground/RV Park.

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Nice park, very clean. Big Rig access is not too great, spaces are big enough, but access and maneuvering is a little hard. Owner very nice, and store/restrooms/laundry exceptional.

     

Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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Old park, not the nicest management. Big rig access is limited, and pull throughs are parking lot style. Park is over priced for quality, and on the main highway with road noise.

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Park is great, only problem is the ants, everytime we have stayed there we are infested with ants. Bring your spray and ant traps, some people put boric acid around tires and cords, etc. Lawn area could be watered more at the RV parking, but the lake is nice, and lawns around lake.

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Most sites are filled with live-ins. Park very over priced now, have stayed there several times, and won't go back again. Big Rig sites are limited, and make sure office understands the size of your rig, and does not have you trying to back into a narrow site, next to a tree or pole. If you want a nice site you have to pay for it, could be a nice park if they catered to RV'ers.