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Not a lot of choices in Sacramento. Cal Expo is close to downtown and Old Sacramento. We were in the completely paved area for RVs. Our site was very unlevel and had to put boards under the jacks to finally get level. Not a lot of people there but campers were put right next to each other rather than being spread out.

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Had a pull thru site at the end of a row with a very nice lawn area. Friendly people in the office. The first night the sprinklers left water spots on the tow vehicle. Talked with the people in the office, and they adjusted the sprinklers so that didn't happen again. Would stay here again.

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This is a very nice RV park in Ft. Bragg with wide back-in sites that are separated with hedges. We had a site in the first row and faced the green area. Have stayed here before and will stay here again.

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Good place for one night. They have a few pull through sites so you don't have to unhook. Friendly office staff.

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Good location off I-5 for overnite. Pull through spots so you don't have to unhook. Have stayed here before and would stay again.

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Have stayed here before. There is a good restaurant located at the RV park. The only drawback is the location is way on the east side of Yuma.

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This is a very quiet, clean park on the east side of Tucson. Friendly office staff. Would stay here again.

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This is a convenient park to access from I-5. Had a pull-through site so didn't have to unhook. OK for one night. You have to have HD TV to use the cable now. They will rent out a converter box which has to be hooked up to the back of the TV for a $40 deposit.

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Always enjoy camping at the Oregon State Parks. Had a very nice site with plenty of room.

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Nice clean park. The rate was Passport America. Rather tight getting in the site and driving around the sites to get out of the park.

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Have camped here before. Very handy to walk to the beach. You just pick a site and walk a couple of blocks to tell them what site you are in and pay for it. Had a AAA discount on the rate. The cable TV was very bad. Snowy, some channels were in black & white instead of color.

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Had a pull-through site. The rate was the Passport America rate. Side by side hookups. Very few people here this time of the year.

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Had a very nice long pull thru site with about 30 feet and trees between the sites. Almost like being in a state park. Have to be careful driving on narrow campground roads because of the trees.

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This RV park is close to the entrance of Zion National Park and is a short walk to catch the shuttle. The sites are very close together and the trees need to be trimmed - hard to get in and out of the sites. Water pressure was very low, the electric was good. Needed 50 Amp to run both air conditioners since it was hot. Cable doesn't work unless you have a digital TV. Smoke very annoying from fire pits because of the close RV sites.

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This is a small RV park behind the Best Western Town & Country Motel. pull-through sites with side by side hookups. Convenient place to stay as we met relatives staying in the motel.