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Great park right on the 5 south of Lake Shasta. level, clean pull-through and back-in sites. Good hookups and amenities. Needed one night at the end of a long trip to do laundry and clean up and this was perfect spot. Friendly and helpful staff at check-in and upon leaving the next morning. Wanted to fill propane and they were right out to assist.

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This park is not for those who want level concrete pads, nor for those seeking State Park privacy. But it was a really great stop for a few nights along the coast, near the ocean and with full hookups. We were in the "meadow" area where any larger RVs need to go, with full hookups. There's also sites for smaller RVs and tents around a lake and in the woods. Sites look like they were gravel at one time but now mostly mud when it's rainy and dirt otherwise. But the sites are large, have a good amount of space between them with a picnic table and fire pit. We were there in rainy mid-march, and we enjoyed the park practically to ourselves. The friendly and helpful camp host helped us at check-in and came by if he saw us out. The main draw here (other than the location on the beautiful north coast) is the elk herd that comes to graze in the meadow and is comfortable with folks photographing them. Just don't approach too close or appear to be threatening - they're the size of small horses and the males have antlers! We saw them morning and evening the several days we were there.

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Very clean and well-run KOA from the 70's. concrete pads, strip with trees and grass between sites, full hookups. Because of it's age turns may be a little tight for big rigs, our 34-foot Class A towing had no trouble getting into an end site but could be problematic if the park had been full and/or with any larger length. Very helpful and friendly staff at check-in and for delivering firewood. The pool wasn't open yet (mid-March) but looked nice. We had a "premium" end site with a larger patio, plus they quickly delivered a portable fire pit for us - they only permit pits with a mesh cover which they can provide for free. Right by the 101 so road noise all night; also right by the stream which was high when we were there so pretty scenery. You can walk on a landscaped path under the highway to the Benbow Inn; highly recommend a meal there to enjoy the history and the good service. Overall a good spot to explore the redwoods nearby yet return to full hookups and amenities.

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We stayed at the KOA Manchester Beach after dry camping two nights at Stillwater Cove SP (wonderful spot) so wanted hookups and services for a few days. Very friendly and helpful staff, easy checkin. They let us pick our spot; the park was virtually empty on a mid-week March day. We enjoyed how this KOA was much more "natural" than most - grass/gravel spots with large trees around and a good amount of separation between sites. We picked one of the "premium" 50A full-hook up sites in the back, (believe it was 90 as noted below but not sure). The 30A pull throughs looked a little close together by comparison but were nice being in the trees. They went above and beyond with service; both evenings we stopped at the office for firewood which they quickly delivered to our site in their golf cart. Did not use the facilities/showers/pool/kitchen, but enjoyed a fire each night and watching the stars and moon among the tree branches.

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Really clean, well-organized park. Good option for full hook-ups including 50 amp and cable near the beaches and marina. Friendly and helpful office staff; friendly fellow campers. From chatting with a few seemed like there were a number of regulars, and we may become regulars too! No amenities, i.e., no pool, no playground, dog walk area is just the grass along with entrance drive, but clean, level concrete pads each with a wooden picnic table on a paved patio, and a strip of grass between the sites. A tall, thick hedge surrounds the park which helps cut the wind and also road noise. Walking distance to several good restaurant options. We'll certainly stay here again.

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Cracked Asphalt, no shade, scary neighbors. Yup, it's a casino RV park in Reno. However, as those go it's one of the better ones. Well laid-out sites and park, all services, and a great casino. Nice restaurants in the casino, good pool, good gambling. OK Wi-Fi. Bright lights in the campground but better to be secure. This isn't the forest.

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We live in San Francisco and were looking for a spot nearby for Memorial Day weekend on short notice. Needless to say all the nicer campgrounds were taken so we ended up here. Very clean, narrow gravel sites, mostly level, very friendly camp host, efficient and friendly staff. Many full-timers who must be working in the area; very quiet and everyone well-behaved. Two rows of grass sites in the front would be nicer than the remaining gravel sites except that they're all grass - no pad and no patio. Basically no reason to stay here unless you're visiting someone in the area, or want the proximity to BART to commute into San Francisco. But clean and well-run with nice folks.

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We stayed here twice as an overnight stop at the beginning and end of a trip to Southern California. Easy access from I-5. There are only two small areas of spaces for overnight stay, which are a little nicer than the spaces for long-term. Very well laid out hookups and (gravel) spaces. Some low trees and branches but mostly big-rig friendly. Nice office staff and nice amenities. Kids playground, three clean pools. Good Wi-Fi for payment. Only downside is the constant noise from highway 126.

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Excellent park for access, amenities, service, cleanliness. This was our third time here and we opted for one of the three "luxury" sites with more space, a picnic table with a little gazebo for shade. We didn't really take advantage of it though as its too cold at night this time of year and with no fires allowed too chilly to sit outside. I'd certainly recommend at least a "deluxe" site for a picnic table and a tiny trellis to provide the illusion of privacy from your neighbors. Nice but small pool and spa area, laundry too small for the park but still nice to have one. The casino is a nice one, with several good restaurant options. Old Town Temecula is worth several visits, and winery tours nearby. We use this park as a central spot from which to visit family and friends all over Southern California : San Diego is under an hour, Newport or Laguna are a hour plus, Anaheim two hours. Definitely a good weekend or destination park.

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Yes it's right next to the I5 Freeway, but it's the nicest of the rv campgrounds in Anaheim. Clean, well-run, and everything works. There is no reason to be here except for Disney but we appreciated how close it is, clean, nice office staff and good hookups.

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Nice, well-maintained campground with a variety of sites. We had a "premium" pull-through site with trees shading our site and decent amount of lawn around us. The "regular" pull-through and back-in sites looked very crowded. Even driving past them was iffy as many had to park their tow vehicles in the roadway since the sites are too small. Nice looking pool, kids playground, small stocked fishing pond and a petting zoo: families would enjoy this as a destination. Wi-Fi was OK from our site but I can see how trees would block some areas. Our (gravel) site was perfectly level, but I can see how not all would be. The best sites for views and privacy are back-in sites along the back overlooking a valley, unfortunately those don't have sewer, only w/e. We'd definitely go back for the "natural" feel and the very friendly and helpful staff. Don't come here if you prefer a flat, concrete pad with no trees.

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One of the best campgrounds we've been to. great location on Hwy 1 with a path to the beach, surrounded by open space. Four different types of RV sites, all with hookups and picnic tables but no fire pits. All are somewhat close together but enough room for slides and awnings in most sites. The sites are OK, but the resort and the location are the real reason to go there: the bathrooms have a dry sauna and a communal fireplace, and upscale amenities. The resort also has a spa with massage therapists, a nice restaurant/bar, and a gift/convenience store. Also a play area for kids. They host outdoor barbecue on Friday and Saturday nights and weekend breakfast/brunch at an outdoor kitchen. Folks are friendly, and a lot of folks are there for the outdoor activities nearby: road biking, hiking, windsurfing, etc.

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Very clean, well-maintained park. Friendly, helpful camp hosts. Level concrete sites with picnic tables, easy access, easy hookups. No trees, no fire pits, and no "nature" other than well-trimmed grass between spaces. Main reason to stay there is to visit town of Napa - we walked to Wine Train and also to restaurants in downtown across the river.

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Disappointing campground: if the promise and the price wasn't so great I would have rated it higher. Narrow sites with little privacy, part concrete and part sand on the "premium, beach front" sites. The rest are all sand. None are very level: most people's front tires were off the ground. Nice amenities: pool and laundry, beach, playground, market, passable fitness center in the nearby marina. Didn't use the showers or bathrooms so can't speak to that. Cable TV not working; good WiFi. In the flight path of John Wayne airport night and day. Good if you want to be in the middle of Newport Beach area, or have children and want a self-contained "resort," otherwise overpriced.

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Other reviews are accurate. This is an asphalt parking lot. There is virtually no shade; the few parking islands have a lonely tree growing through a base of, yes, asphalt. The WiFi is good if you have a line of sight to the office. You have access to the pool, and there's a (small) casino next door. We camped here Labor Day weekend, arriving late Friday night. We were surprised to find so many spots available, but assumed it would fill up on Saturday, nope. Unlike other casino RV campgrounds this one gives little reason to want to visit or stay. Even the lake nearby isn't an asset as you can't see the lake from the campground, only the dusty construction site and the depressed area around the casino. The pull-through sites are back-to-back, and the hookups are in the middle, posing a problem for longer rigs. There are several long-term residents, but mostly empty spaces. I only give this place a six because it has full hookups and everything works well, but no reason to stay here unless you really need to gamble.