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We were in Hill Top loop in a spacious, level, well shaded site, with gravel & grass, with water & 30A electric, grounds were clean & well maintained. Bathrooms & showers were clean & always well stocked. The only strange thing I found about this campground, was the fact that this is the Only CG we've ever been in that had NO trash cans, anywhere in the loop, however the dumpsters/recycle bins were centrally located. This is a very quiet, slightly out of the way campground, there are numerous restaurants & places to shop in Oneonta, about 14 mi away. There is a nice lake with fishing & swimming, a beach & hiking trails. There are also numerous cabins for rent for those without an RV. While there is no sewer, there is a dump station. If we ever find ourselves in the area again, we will certainly stay here again.

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Nice State Park with several loops near a lake, fairly level paved pull through site with water and electric, but no sewer, but there are two different dump stations. Bathrooms and showers were very clean and modern. There are a number of hiking trails and an old Navy Brig turned into a small museum. The park was a Naval training base during WWII. I thought it was a little pricey for what you got, but we would stay here again if passing through.

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Almost hard to find, after entering base, you must drive around the runway, you have to leave through a different gate than you entered. Site was assigned when reservation was made, so there is no check-in. Roads & sites are paved, but our site, #24 was an extremely un-level back-in . They have water & electric, but no sewer, there is a dump station. Bathrooms & showers & laundry were clean and worked well.

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Great National Park campground, no hookups or showers,but there is a dump station and water fill. Our site, A18, was a fairly level pull through, however to put your door & awning on the correct side, you will have to go in the wrong direction, which was no real problem, as everyone on the inside of the loop did the same. Site was a little close with the trees on both sides but we had enough room to extend the slides and awning. At least A&B loops still have trees, the trees in rest of the loops have been removed, due to beetle infestation. There is a picnic table & fire ring at each site. Fire wood & Ice available at the campground. The wildlife in the park are awesome, including the elk in the campground, if you drive your car, be ready for delays of folks watching the animals. There is a shuttle system that takes you to some parts of the park. Our rate is with the Senior Pass, we would absolutely stay here again.

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This campground is about 4 mi. south of Moab, and slightly hard to find, they could use a few more signs, but it's no problem if you go slow and follow the directions. it's away from all the people & traffic in town. Check-in was fast & easy, staff was friendly & helpful, Laundry was clean & worked well. Sites are gravel and grass, there are a few trees for shade, our site was a relatively level pull through, with full hookups, which made it nice in the heat. The name implies a stable, but the stables are next door and separate from the campground and none of the smell normally associated with a stable. Beware of the "sand spurs" and "goat heads", stickers that cling to you, (and hurt when you try to pull them off). The rate reflects Passport America, and if we find ourselves in the area again, we will stay here.

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Fantastic campground IN Zion National Park, beautifully surrounded by mountains, sites in B Loop are mostly level with crushed stone and the red clay of the area. sites in this loop have electric, but no water or sewer, but there is a dump station and a water fill. Bathrooms are clean and work well, but there are no showers. Our site, B50 was a pull through long enough for our 29' class C with dolly & toad, next to the Virgin river, there were ample trees in this loop for shade, lots of ants though luckily didn't see many inside. There is a great shuttle bus system at the visitor center, about 1/4 mile walk from the campground. The little town of Springdale is a rather neat little tourist town, with all the little shops & restaurants you need. Our rate was with the Senior Pass, if we are ever in the area again, we will most certainly stay here.

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This campground is very unique for a National Park, full hookups with cable, (although we never got the cable to work). Sites are paved and very close, and not very level, there was a grill & picnic table , we were lucky enough to have a tree which gave us shade in the afternoon, many had no shade. Check-in was fast & easy, staff were friendly and helpful. There is no store in the campground it's self, but there is a store and diner within walking distance. And a laundry about 1/2 a mile away. This park has an excellent shuttle system and you can park your car for the entire time there. It is pretty cool to watch the Elk wander through the campground. Even with the minor problems, i felt that with the full hookups and location, the price was well worth it. We would definitely stay here again.

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We stopped here for 2 days to break up our trip from Ca. to Grand Canyon and relax, and see the London Bridge, we had a fairly level pull through site with electric & water, no sewer, but a nice dump station. Sites are wide enough for awnings and slides, there is a picnic table and fire ring. Bathrooms and showers are clean and functional. It is roughly 13 miles back into town where there is shopping and the Bridge area. If you come at this time of year, make very sure your AC is working, as it was 108-110 degrees while we were there. We would stay here again, in the winter months, never again in August.

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First, getting here is an adventure, closer to the nightmare side, CA Rt 245 is a VERY narrow VERY winding back road, luckily we met only one car, but with our 29' class C & toad,we had no major problem getting here or leaving, other than the white knuckles. This campground only has about 6 dirt sites side by side, with no separation, they are all full hookups and fairly level, and while there are some trees, there is very little shade at certain times of day. The owners are extremely friendly & helpful, while there is no laundry facility, the owner let us use her private machines for free. This is the closest campground to Sequoia National Park, with full hookups. It is very quiet and peaceful. There are no picnic tables or fire rings at each site, but there is a sort of "community" area with tables and a grill. All in all, would probably stay here again.

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Campground, is in the Sierra National Forest, on Bass Lake, We only stayed here because we couldn't get a site IN Yosemite While we made a reservation on Recreation.gov, we checked in to find that the site we had reserved on line, was already occupied and we possibly would not fit into anyways. We were told to go in & find a site, then come back to register, this actually turned out much better for us. Sites are fully wooded with paved parking pads, there are no hookups, but there is a dump station & water fill. Our site was sort of level, and narrow, strangely laid out as there was a drop off on one side and the road on the other side, the picnic table and fire ring were near the front of the site. Site was well separated from each other. Bathrooms with flush toilets were clean, but there are no showers. The campground is laid out on a side hill withing walking distance from the Lake. Due to the driving distance to Yosemite, I doubt we would stay here again.

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We stayed here two days, just to break up our trip and catch up on laundry, and relax with full hookups before heading to Yosemite area. Nice level pull through sites with concrete pads, mostly open with some small trees, but they did help with a little shade. While we didn't use the bathrooms or showers, they were very clean. Laundry was clean and worked well, although I don't remember the cost. Check-in was fast & easy, with friendly helpful staff. Propane is available on site. We weren't here to tour, so can't say anything about the area, except that there are Love's & Flying J truck stops across the road for refueling.

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This campground is nestled among the northern redwoods, therefore rather dark, as the sun light doesn't penetrate the tree tops until late morning, if at all. The interior roads are very narrow, and weave between the giant trees. Sites are tucked in between the big trees where ever they fit, ours was fairly level, but rather tight due to the trees, we were able to fully extend the slides, undergrowth makes for nice site separation. There are no hookups, but there is a dump station and water fill. Bathrooms were clean and functional. Nice hiking trails in the area, with a river at the edge of the park. Our price was with the Senior Pass. If in the area again, we will stay here.

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This is a beautiful campground, grass, and trees, paved level, spacious sites with water & electric hookups, no sewer, but there is a dump station. The bathrooms/showers were very clean and up to date and well taken care of, as is the entire campground. There is a nice fenced pet area. There is firewood for sale in the campground. We were in B loop and din't notice any of the road noise mentioned by others. There is a nice trail down by the lake. The only problem we had, was though no fault of the campground, there was a large fire that covered the entire area with heavy smoke at times, but never really threatened the CG. If we are ever in the area again, we will certainly stay here.

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Interior roads narrow with low hanging branches some open sites, some in the trees. Our site in A loop was a pull through long enough for our 29' class c with dolly & toad, although we had to unhook the dolly & reposition everything in order to fit onto the pad. Bathrooms were clean, but no showers, or other hookups, dump station & water fill available. Good location to view east side of the park. Rate reflects Senior Pass. We would stay here again.

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This is obviously an old park, with mostly shaded sites, that were fairly level, with full hookups. But the hookups were very strangely laid out, as the electric for our site was being used by one of the neighbors, so we had to use the one for the vacant site behind us. This park has been sold with big upgrade plans, which are badly needed, but I'm quite sure this will also come with a big jump in prices, as I was told it will be a KOA. The best parts of this place are the elk that wander through the park, and the proximity to Mt Rainier and Mt St. Helens One of the main reasons we stayed here was the Passport America rate, with the new presumed much higher rate, we would probably not stay here again.