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This delightful, tree-lined park is just east of Tehachapi, about ¼-mile off Highway 58. The spaces are reasonably wide, there’s water and 30-amp electrical. The rest rooms and showers are spotless. The park has a dump station at the entrance. The scenery is pretty and there’s a nearby glider airport. Wi-Fi is available but at $10 a day. No cable TV, although TV reception from Bakersfield is adequate. We camped here three days. The rates are low, and they offer several discounts (including Good Sam, although the park isn't listed in the director).

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We almost didn’t stop here—but I’m certainly glad we did. Many of the on-lines reviews we had read were negative, but we took a chance because the park was close to where we wanted to be. What a delightful surprise it was! Located beside a resort and casino, the park is very clean. The sites are wide, and the pull-throughs are angled, which provides a sense of privacy. There are rock beds, native plants, and small trees separating the sites. There are full hookups at every site. We chose a back-in for our travel trailer, with an excellent view next to the Truckee River, and a long, paved walking/bike path that extends for miles along the river. The rest rooms and showers are spotless and cleaned several times a day. The personnel, especially Sheryl, were friendly and helpful. There is 24-hour mobile roving security throughout the park. The rates are low (the military rate is lower than the AAA rate). The park is surprisingly quiet, given the proximity of the airport. There are two fenced doggy areas, and plenty of places to walk. There is even a free shuttle service to and from the casino and restaurants. For golfers, there’s an “aqua golf” driving range next to the park. Unfortunately Wi-Fi is not available throughout the park, and when you can access it, it’s expensive. This used to be a KOA park, but when they pulled out, they took almost everything that wasn’t tied down, including the propane facilities and the picnic tables. Considering everything, the bottom line is, if you want a great place to stay in Reno, this is it.

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This is one of the most beautiful, well-maintained RV parks we have ever visited. It's in the country, yet easy access to the freeway and just minutes from Oklahoma City. The friendly owners live there and keep the place spotless. There's a wonderful nature trail around the perimeter of the park, perfect for walking your dogs. They offer a well-stocked convenience store, too. One of our favorite places.



Wichita, Kansas

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This is the only RV park I would NEVER return to. Yes, it's a "Good Sam" and meets their basic requirements, but the people who run it are rule-rigid and unfriendly. Yes, you may have dogs, but only inside your rig or on leash outside the park. It seems primarily a place for long-term construction workers. It's certainly not a family spot.