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We stayed here while visiting relatives in Fort Collins. I tend to stay away from KOAs, we do not take advantage of the amenities offered and those amenities drive the price per night up. This park was really nice, next to a lake, if you have children this would be a fun place for them. Our site was a pull thru, a level cement pad with grass on both sides with a table. Wifi was spotty, plenty of channels on cable. We would stay here again if in the area.

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Busy time of year for this park as it was full of cyclists for the Leadville 100. First impression when entering the park is that of a barely maintained Forest Service Campground. Dusty pot holed interior roads. Check in was fast (confusing the way they break down the charges, they say it saves the guest $$), we were led to a "drive through" site that was impossible to negotiate with our rig due to the layout of the road and the very close sites. I was told to back in, I am pretty good at backing the trailer but this site was to tight. I chose a back in site and it worked out fine. The site had two cement strips for the RV's wheels, however the our two vehicle was in dirt and several inches lower then the concrete strips. The trailer was level, all good. The sites are very close together, the tent sites had more room. The weeds and grass were ankle deep and higher. The bathroom/showers were very clean. WiFi is available in the rec room, very strong and fast. We would stay here again.

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We made our reservation 6 months prior (family reunion) & would be next to one of the family members, when we arrived we were told that spot was not available even though it was empty. We were put in site 6 which has little shade in the am & total sun in the pm. What disappointed us was the fact we made reservations 6 months prior for 9 nights and we were given a site with no shade, many shady sites were vacated daily. Overall this is a nice park, the owners are friendly & helpful. Clean facilities, interior roads & sites are gravel, our site required no leveling. We would return to this park. The rate reflects Good Sam & 7 night discount.

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We arrived without a reservation, back in sites were $34.00, we did not want to unhook because we had an early appointment to get our trailer repaired. Per the park staff, the back in sites are 55'. Our assigned site was uneven, side to side as well as fore and aft, and would have required us to unhook to level the trailer. We were given another site and while it was better it was not level. I looked at the back in sites and they were worse then our new site. The sites are crushed gravel, they were clean with a cement pad and wood table and grass. Our site was #38. Very nice park, clean & well maintained, but for the price the sites should be more level.

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We stayed at the park for over two months and paid a monthly rate of $300.00. The park is clean, well maintained, and the bathrooms or older but very clean. The park staff is accommodating & very helpful whether it is park related or if you wanted information on the area. We had to be in the Loma Linda area for two months and we chose this park because the sites have more space between sites and Wi-Fi at your site. The Wi-Fi was good. It did slow down in the evening, sometimes to a crawl, which is why I gave it a 9. This is pretty much a long term park. Overnight sites are available. Our site 7 was on the perimeter of the park and afforded us more privacy then most sites. Even with the freeway construction, the park is pretty quiet with little freeway noise and distant train. You are in a city, so some traffic noise is to be expected. Safe park with security gates. We would stay here again.

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We made reservations for a night, had to cancel and make it for the next night, no problem. Easy check-in, staff led us to our site and lined me up to the hook ups. I had a low tire on our TT and asked the manager/owner? where I could get air, he loaned me an air compressor to use. We did not use the Wi-Fi, bathrooms were clean, did not use the shower, but it was clean also. No cable, our antennae provided 5 channels, two were english speaking. We will stay here again on our way back home.

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This park is under new management and it shows. The access roads are paved and in good condition. We stayed in site 15 which is a concrete pad, it was level and had gravel as well as grass on both sides. The park has trees that shade many sites but for those sites in the sun there are trees close by that provide shade to sit under. The bath rooms were old, but clean. We will be returning to this park.

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There were no current reviews on this park, we took a chance and booked a couple of nights. The park is not representative of the pictures on it's web site. The pull through sites are a short loop that requires you to fit your RV between a concrete pad (where the picnic table is) and a concrete barrier that "protects" the electric box. We have a 28' travel trailer and there is no way I could squeeze my rig in the site I was given, some sites are larger and there were larger RVs in those sites. We were given a list of open sites and told to take one and pay in the morning. We decided the back in sites offered the most room, the problem was that most of the sites we looked at had black widow eggs in the boxes and the 30amp plugs were filled with them, the spigots were covered with spider webs and the grass (weeds) were 6"s plus. We chose site 2 which was level and was relatively free from spider webs. After setting up we discovered it did not have a cable TV connection, not a big deal for us. We did not use the restroom or shower facilities. To use the shower, you had to purchase tokens from the park (25 cents for 4-5 minutes), not what you would expect from the price this park charges. We were given a $10.00 discount for the two nights because our site did not have cable TV.

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This park deserves a 10, but it does not have amenities like a pool and spa, which is important to many. This is a family owned park, the owners are on site and are "friendly" and helpful. The rest rooms and showers are clean, the pull through sites are "stacked" which means you may have to park behind another RV and back out if the RV in front of you does not leave before you. There are sites with grass, most have nice trees that give you shade. Great view of MT. Shasta. We have stopped here before and will in the future.

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Nightly rate was $7.50 (senior discount). There a few sites with electric available for a higher cost. We did not have reservations and were told to get there "early" and we should not have a problem. The Park Service failed to tell us that arriving early did not mean a darn thing. Xanterra Park Resorts runs the campground (as well as everything else) and you can not register for a camp site until 1pm. The girls at the kiosk wouldn't even talk to you, except to say "check in is 1pm". When asked are there sites available, they replied "at 1pm. If the Park Service would have told us that, we could have stopped and enjoyed the scenic views and such, instead of heading straight to the campground. I have been camping for a long time and have never been turned away when there are camp sites available. Instead everyone is forced to wait until 1pm, then line up and wait to talk to this person, not knowing if there is a site available and you just wasted 3 hours waiting to hear that. It is not like the Xanterra employes were cleaning the sites, raking them and picking up trash, because they did not do that. Many sites had trash in them that was obvious to anyone who looked at the site, so why have such a tight policy. Otherwise this is a nice campground, the loops are one way, so if you are in an RV you may have your door facing the road, rather then the camp site (unless you drive the wrong way). The pull throughs can be tricky, some of them have trees that really prevent you putting a trailer or motorhome in them, and they are curved, which makes for some creative parking.

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While this park is close to town, bike trails, and is a very pretty area, I would not return. The park road was dusty, people traveled at a pretty fast speed, which was unsafe for the campers and created a lot of dust. The site cost was based on 50 amp, 30 amp, water, sewer, tent site and senior discount. Pick a site based on amps, or location? Most sites close, some to close. The sites have a table and fire ring. The sites were dusty, the type of loose dirt that creates a dust at each step. No cable, no Wi-Fi, in total not worth the money, except for the location. We found a USFS campground (Cold Springs) 5 miles from town that was a gem, of course no hookups and pit toilets. Fill up your potable water prior as the campground has a water pump, not faucets.

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Rated a 10 as a campground, it is not a RV Park. The sites have electric and water, sewer is at the dump station, none the less this is a beautiful spot. Lots of grass, long back in sites (asphalt) with table and fire ring. Older facilities, but the toilets and showers were clean and well maintained. It is nice to have grass instead of dirt at a campground. There is a nice path with a couple of different loops along the river. A great place to stay and see the area.

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This is a campground, the sites are between the road and the creek. Pretty much used by locals as it is off the beaten path, which could be a good thing or a bad thing. We spent 4 nights here and enjoyed the stay, except for a couple of unrelated incidents by locals, but the camp host quieted things down. Nice sites, not level, beautiful area, nice hiking trails. Will return if in the area. Clean toilets, no showers.

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This is a very large campground with asphalt access roads and sites, some of them are "double" which means you pay more, but most of them are deep enough to back up anything you are driving. Some pull through sites near the entrance. There are about 10 loops, I would avoid J loop if you are driving a motor home or pulling a trailer as the sites are more suited for tents. We basically had this campground to ourselves, it is not on the water but there is a ramp close by. This campground is about 4 miles south of Diamond Lake Campground ( both USFS) and is way better for RVs. There is a paved bike/hiking path that goes to the Resort area.

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Our rate reflects the Senior Passport. Located 5 miles from Sisters City on Hwy 242, it is a short, straight drive into town. This is a campground, pit toilets (which were clean), no showers, with a dirt access road and sites. Most sites were pull through, sort of a loop along side of the access road. We have a 28' TT, easy to get in most sites, but there are trees and branches to watch out for. Full price still makes this a better location to the Sisters if you don't mind dry camping. We would return here.