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Price paid reflects Good Sam and Players Club discounts. There is not much I can ad to the previous glowing reviews. If there is a nicer, butter run park out there, I have not been to it. This is our second visit and will not be our last. This park is extremely popular, so for best site selection book your stay well in advance. Ask for a site that does not have an electrical transformer.

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A little expensive, but in line with other parks in the Bend area. Very well kept, well run park. Our pull-through site would not hold our 40 footer with tow so we had to unhook and park the car in a separate parking space. A bit of an inconvenience but not a big deal. Avenues are wide enough for maneuvering. Nice pool and miniature golf ($2/round). Good internet. We were just here for one night, but many use this as a destination resort. Many large trees around our site so satellite did not work but cable worked fine.

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What a great park. Tucked away off the highway, it is quite. Nice, wide, long pull-throughs. Plenty long for my 40 footer plus tow. Sites are level. Great staff help you into your site. As noted in a previous review, GPS instructions can be a bit confusing. Easiest way is to take Glenn St. North/12th Street North turn off highway 20. It is the same street, just has a couple of names. Looking at Google Maps, you will notice the campground is adjacent to rail-road tracks. We did not hear a single train during our stay. Utilities were located at the back on my site, requiring us to unhook our tow and park it at the front of the motor home. Not a big issue because we needed to restock the pantry, and were going to unhook anyway. Great market 3 blocks from store. Fresh meat and veggies. We would definitely stay here again.

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All pull-through park. Avenues are not overly wide but wide enough to maneuver my 40 footer without issue. My site was plenty long for motor home and tow. Level gravel pad with nice large grass area between sites. Good wi-fi speed. Small restaurant on site with good food. Get the Smoked Potato Salad. Don't expect to do any serious grocery shopping. The only store in town has limited selection of basics, only.

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I hesitate to give a poor review knowing that the owner is trying to make a living, but travelers need to know what to expect. The only positives about this campground are good power and water. Nothing else is positive. We arrived on a Sunday so the restaurant was closed and no one was there to tells us where to park. We were not preassigned a spot so we tried to find the least objectionable. The first wreaked of strong sewage, another was flooded by a leaking water line. All the others are a mix of river rock, dirt, and ankle high weeds. The sewer dump at our site was hidden under several large rocks. It was just an open pipe with no cap. When we were ready to leave the next morning about 8 AM my wife went to the restaurant to pay our fee. She reports the restaurant was not appealing and had a strange odor. Even if we had come on a day they were open, we would not have eaten there. So, even their offer of not charging the $20 nightly fee if you spend $30 in the restaurant it not enticing. I would not stay here again.

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This is a large gravel lot. On the plus side, they have added a small Astro-truf section with picnic table at each site. Very nice, large patio area with tables and BBQs. Nice playground with basketball court. Great the internet connection. This is noteworthy because it much stronger and faster than most parks. My site was a pull-through with the utilities at the very back. This is fine for a trailer or 5th wheel but does not work so well for a motorhome with a tow. If you pull all the way in with the tow, you cannot reach the utilities. You will need to unhook and park your tow at the front or side. Fine for an overnight.

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Beautiful grounds. Large meadow behind office/pool area. Small store with a few essentials (milk, butter etc), but better to go into Hill City for more reasonable prices. Very nice playground. Our site was very long, gravel, but not very level. Looking around the park, it appeared may sites were not very level. Wifi was not very good. Even at off-peak times (5:30 am), the connection was slow and frequently timed-out.

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As noted in a previous review, beware of the low hanging power cable over sites 67-71. It is near the front of the sites so if you don't pull all the way in, you will not have an issue. I was in 67, the lowest part of the cable. My wife noticed the cable as we were pulling in and we stopped short. My neighbor in 69 did not see the cable and pulled in under it. When he raised his satellite dish it would have hit the cable had he been a couple of feet further back. Miniature golf course on site. It needs some TLC but is fine to keep the kids busy for a half hour. First round is free. Fine for an over night stay. Great staff.

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Our site was gravel but there are some cement sites. In addition, our site was at 90 degrees to the avenue and since the avenues are not overly wide maneuvering is a little tight. Next time I will request a cement site that is 45 degrees to the avenue.

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This is our 3rd visit to this park. It is a great over-night stopover. The pull-through sites used to be gravel but they are recently paved. They are extra long. My 40 foot MH with tow fits easily with lots of room to spare. Sites are well spaced. Avenues are wide and easy to maneuver. Staff is friendly. Close enough to freeway to be convenient but far enough so noise is not a problem. Some GPSs will not register address. Even my new Garmen with newly updated maps could not find it. It shows up fine on Google Maps, however.

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Maneuvering a big rig is a little tight in this park especially since they allow cars to park on the streets. It was so tight that when leaving we had to back out of our pull-through. We were assured our 40 foot motor home with tow would have no problem fitting into the first pull-through sight we were assigned. We had to unhook the tow and park it sideways to fit and even then, we took up every inch of the space. We asked to move to a longer space and the staff was very accommodating. The large, mature trees are great for shade but block satellite reception in most sites.

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This is our "go to" park when traveling through Bakersfield. Great staff, clean, wide pull-through spaces. This is absolutely the best park in the area during orange season because of all the orange trees, free for the picking.

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Normally we stay at Orange Grove RV Park when traveling through Bakersfield, but based on the reviews, wanted to give Bakersfield RV Resort a try. We were not disappointed. Everything mentioned in the other reviews is accurate. The Chili Verde Nachos on the Happy Hour menu is killer. The only minor negative about the park is the lack of picnic tables. There are a few scattered around the park but it would be nice if every space had one. Easy access from Highway 99.

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Charles Dickens may have had this RV park in mind when he wrote “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.” I can’t say enough good things about the office staff. They went way above and beyond in providing excellent, friendly, professional customer service. It started when I made the reservations and said I would be joining several rigs that were coming at the same time. She was very accommodating in putting us in the same general area of the park. She followed up a few weeks later with a phone call to make sure I was still coming after one in our group canceled. The morning of the day we were to arrive, I received a call from them to let me know they had a broken pipe in the men’s restroom and it would be out of order for a couple of days. She wanted to make sure this did not inconvenience me. Check-in was fast and efficient. We were escorted to our site and helped to position our rig. This was first class, professional customer service all the way. That was “the best of times” The park itself is fine. The only minor negative is the sewer connections are not standard. They are smaller than the smallest standard adapter. The office has connections to lend you for a $10 deposit but even the connections are not standard and it required a little adapting of my hose and some duct tape. Now, for “the worst of times”. Rules, yes lots of rules, written and unwritten. Most make perfect sense and are very reasonable. I couldn’t understand, however, why my friend was not allowed to park his car in the adjacent, vacant space for a few minutes while we stood talking in front of my rig. It wasn’t like he was preventing someone from coming in. The space remained vacant for the next 3 days. Up to this point I was very puzzled by the previous negative reviews. Then, I talked with the third person in the office. The previous description of “rude” and “snarky” are perfectly accurate. I will add “unprofessional”. Certainly a detraction from the park. She is enough to keep people from returning Now for my rating: The first two office people: 10 out of 10. The tops, the best The park: 8 out of 10. Aside from the sewer connection, everything was OK The “rules”: 5 out of 10. The last office person: Negative 5. Be professional. Shakiness has no place in this industry. Save that for your girlfriends. Over-all: 6 out of 10.

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This is a typical Federal campground with one big plus: it is right on Lake Tahoe with a very nice sandy beach. This campground underwent a major renovation last year with newly paved, expanded sites. Sites are reasonably level and have a fire ring, BBQ and large table. There is a two tier price system. Those sites closest to the lake, designated as “Lake” in Reserve America and Recreation.gov, are $34 per night. Those a little further away, designated “FORE” for forest, are $30 per night. Many of the forest sites have good views of the lake through the pines, however. There are a couple of good hiking/biking paths leading through the adjacent forest and meadows. Bathrooms have flush toilets but no showers are available. Good cell service. No Wi-Fi, although I picked up a signal from a near-by hotel that did not require a password but I was unable to connect. My air card worked fine. Because of the trees, satellite reception will depend on your site. The two campground hosts do an outstanding job of keeping everything clean and tidy. Ordinarily I do not give a dry camping campground higher than 8 stars but the location outweighs the even the lack of showers.