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We stayed here while sightseeing in Monterey and The Pinnicals National Monument. We were very impressed with the overall cleanness of the grounds. Staff was very helpful and we had a guide to our site which was concrete and mostly level. Gate guarded at night accessed by code. Nice dog run on site. If we are in the area again, we will stay here. We had dinner at the Windmill in Soledad. Nice old restaurant but great food. You won't leave hungry.

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We are currently staying here with a family friend. The office staff was very helpful and the spaces are very spacious. We have four slides and fit very nicely in the space we are in. There is a choice of concrete pad or graded gravel. All sites are pretty much level. If we are in the area again, we will be considering this rv resort for a stay.

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We stayed here on our trip to Texas and was very impressed with everything about this park. Because of the size of the park, they have one employee that guides you to your site. As others have stated, this park is definitely big rig friendly. We are going to be staying here on our way back home.

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IMO, this is typical of other KOA campgrounds. The roads are narrow for a large motorhome to navigate thru. It can be done though. Sites are somewhat level and gravel. Staff was good. Don't know if we would stay here again.

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We stayed here on a trip from Tucson, Arizona to Salt Lake City in late March of 2010. It was the only facility operating early in the season, late March, as there was still snow on the ground and most of the other parks weren't able to fully open yet. The sites were gravel, level pull throughs. Management was friendly and helpful when checking in. When we travel this route again, we would stay here again.

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We picked this facility for convenience when visiting friends in Arizona. This park has many permanent residents and is a 55+ park. We found the sites to be gravel and well maintained. Although we didn't use them, It does have a pool and showers that are equally maintained as the rest of the park. They also accept Visa and MasterCard. When in the Tucson area, we would highly recommend staying here. We will stay here on the next trip to Arizona.