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We paid $50 a night to camp here, we were going to stay longer and golf but due to inclement weather we decided to move on after one day so I really didn't have time to do a full evaluation of the park like I would like to . I personally have a problem with paying $50 a night only because I'm old-school and can't get used to paying that kind of money but I know that it's the new norm and most people don't even think twice about paying. We got a pull through and it was in a beautiful setting the dog park might've been a little bit unconventional compared to what I'm used to in the 55+ resorts down in Arizona, but the dog thought it was nice she did her thing and off we went. My plan of attack was to spend one night golf the next day and then leave the following morning due to the weather I decided to just stay the night check out the resort leave the next morning and head home. If you are playing golf they do not give you a discount rather they charge you the full amount and you golf free for two people, I chose the discount because of the weather and decided to just leave the following morning . I was told that you either have to pay the full amount weather you golf all days or take the discount amount you can't split it up for your particular daley usages. We camp here in the motorhome .

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For the area a very good value .Close to Disneyland close to Knottsberry Farm easy access on freeway 22. Probably the only drawback that this park has is you do have some freeway noise you do have some secondary street noise, but it seems to quiet down at night. Power could be an issue come summertime or when weather gets hot it seem like the voltage was low and the amperage was low for 30 amp it may be a struggle if everybody has their air-conditioning on not sure just something I noticed . This lodge has a lot going on every night something is happening . They have an excellent Park area behind the lodge that is for members only that you can walk your pet in just remember to pick up any Pet deposits . Overall I felt very safe in the area there is a campground host here which is very helpful the dump station is very accessible. We would definitely stay here again . My only suggestion is parking try to park in the sites 4 through 18 you will be a little bit buffered from the street noise and you won't feel like you're sleeping in traffic , lol. They do have a coin operated washer and dryer set up the park is set up very good for RV'ers. My biggest suggestion would be call ahead let them know you're coming so you can make sure you have a spot when you get here.We camped here in a motorhome.

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This is what I call Sardine camping, when there is an event going on you will be so tight that you can hear your neighbor %*#+. We were here for a car show event, so it was tight to say the least and after the event everybody left and it became more relaxed . One thing I did notice was the people that work here have no respect for the dust that they create or how fast they drive by this motorhome area. The manager said the speed is 10 miles an hour, but I have seen some going at least 30 and the dust boiling. I've said it before; convenience has a price. Since we were going to be in the area, we stayed here another six days. Other than the workers driving by fast, it was nice after the crowds left . Other than an event being here and being part of the event, I would not camp here. Our utilities were accessible; some of the 30 amp plugs were falling apart, don't know what was going on there. Our sewer outlet was convenient, but I know that some other campers could not reach their sewer outlet with their hose. I was told that the RV park is not accessible from late May through September due to workers at the fairgrounds etc. We will probably have to stay here again some time due to the fact we will be part of the event going on. Other than that, I would not come back.

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First of all I want to point out some issues that we had this time . Power outage, this was a problem in just a small segment of the park which just so happen to be where we were at, now keep in mind most of the people have left in our segment maybe 5% of the people are still here, I get a letter in my mailbox explaining that because of the usage of power due to hot days we are recommended to turn our generators on at 12 o'clock this is unacceptable, the ambient temperature has been in the upper 90s without getting into electricity 101, instead of trying to push the blame on a small small percentage of customers in one particular area the park needs to take the measures to use a shade or fan on their transformers therefore on hot days and believe me 90° is not very hot down here this issue would not happen. To me it comes down to money the park does not want to spend the money because this problem only probably comes up one or two days maybe three in March and after that everybody is completely out of this area anyway so they shut it down, so therefore give everybody a lame excuse and maybe just maybe they'll forget about it. Also the park has very little weed control again they must wait till everybody leaves come in and do their thing and then do it next year the same time. Enough said on negatives on the positive side, the park has a very nice pool area and excellent restaurant and bar on site and also has a very nice pickle ball and tennis court area along with the other sports that people utilize. The sites that you are on are gravel which is sufficient there is no shade so your motorhome provides the shade so were the sun happens to hit is which way you're facing. The entrance to the park is a little confusing you actually have a gravel pull out area opposite of the office which I hear this is going to be moved and then you're turning into the park is a slight grade and turn to the left with no turning lane that's where your entrance is to the park.

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This was a monthly rate and the value only applies to monthly or longer stays. If you stay for three months they really give you a good rate unfortunately we have to move on after a month at this point that is the longest we can stay put in one spot. This resort has a lot of things to do that are active you can be as active as you want or you can relax and do nothing if you want, the choice is yours. The interior roads are somewhat tight but they are manageable . We enjoy this park we've made lots of friends and got involved in a lot of the sports activities so I could actually see the day when we are staying there possibly three months. Your utilities are charged per your use and billed monthly you also pay a water, sewer service charge this is all Included in the dailey rate that I posted it was probably closer to $25 but 26 gives you a good idea for a monthly stay. We camped here in a motorhome

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This park is still a bargain for Las Vegas but they did go up in price six dollars per night. Couple things we experience this time not really the parks fault but because of where the park sets it is impacted by it, they were doing some kind of drilling on the on ramp to the 515 this started at 12 o'clock in the morning and went through 230 or three in the morning very annoying but what can you do, ask for a refund?I don't know it only happened one night but there is construction going on there so not to say it won't happen again. Another thing there was a lot of water flowing underneath motorhomes, fifth wheels almost like there was a natural spring, did some checking and found out that hose bibs were either not turned off completely or they needed some tightening took my wrench tighten the packing on two of them immediately stopped completely dry within six hours, I know not everyone carries wrenches to do Park maintenance when they park there but I've done it before for me it's not a big deal and if it eliminates a mess I take care of it and forget it because the maintenance evidently sure didn't see it so anyway they do need to change some hose bibs I did suggest that to somebody can't tell you if they were listening. Park is close to Fremont Street and also convenient to getting out of town on the 515. We have used this park for years and probably will continue to do so the laundry mat is clean very reasonable and usually it is just a day or two stop over for us. Good TV reception no cable. We camp here in a motorhome.

     

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Main Street Casino

Las Vegas, Nevada

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This park is still a bargain for Las Vegas but they did go up in price six dollars per night. Couple things we experience this time not really the parks fault but because of where the park sets it is impacted by it, they were doing some kind of drilling on the on ramp to the 515 this started at 12 o'clock in the morning and went through 230 or three in the morning very annoying but what can you do, ask for a refund?I don't know it only happened one night but there is construction going on there so not to say it won't happen again. Another thing there was a lot of water flowing underneath motorhomes, fifth wheels almost like there was a natural spring, did some checking and found out that hose bibs were either not turned off completely or they needed some tightening took my wrench tighten the packing on two of them immediately stopped completely dry within six hours, I know not everyone carries wrenches to do Park maintenance when they park there but I've done it before for me it's not a big deal and if it eliminates a mess I take care of it and forget it because the maintenance evidently sure didn't see it so anyway they do need to change some hose bibs I did suggest that to somebody can't tell you if they were listening. Park is close to Fremont Street and also convenient to getting out of town on the 515. We have used this park for years and probably will continue to do so the laundry mat is clean very reasonable and usually it is just a day or two stop over for us. Good TV reception no cable. We camp here in a motorhome.

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Older park very tight and Narrow road ways for maneuvering. You have to go to the Casablanca Hotel for check in. All hook ups seem to be sufficient and 50 amp service was efficient. It's just if you come in here with a long couch wanting to just spend One night you're probably going to have to unhook your car . Weather permitting I would probably just Boondock and move on the next day . We camped hear in a motorhome.

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For Elks members only , very nice park eight pull through's possibly two more that exist but not sure, was told that if the area is full you can Boondock around the perimeter of the Elks Lodge parking as long as you're leaving early in the morning. I understand that as of January 1 2017 , rates are changing Modesto members $20 members at large $25 this is still a bargain since there is not too many options to park in or around Modesto. The access is simple off of Highway 99 very easy to get to definitely follow the instructions if heading east you will actually turn on Pentecost which dead ends into charity way which is kind of like a turnaround where the Elks Lodge is located . As far as the sites they are fairly level on a gravel dirt base which seem to drain real good they have a drywall out there for heavy winter rains but I'm thinking it could be a little dusty in the summertime not sure, winter time rain not a problem no mud exist. You are definitely in a rural area of North Modesto at this time not much out there so your experience is fairly quiet . The dump station is located as you are pulling out all on a asphalt area for a clean no mess experience, very nice, drainage and slope is excellent. The lodge is very nice updated has an excellent lounge and seems to be more in touch with the times then some of the other lodges we have visited. We will stop here again when in the area.

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This park is always a good place to stop coming or going. This is not a destination park; it's more like a journey park. Full hook ups, easy in easy out and considering the location if you get further back in the park, it's very quiet; not to say it's not quiet up front, but the further back in the park you park, the more quiet it is, due partly to the idling of the trucks in the overflow parking for trucks. I remember years ago we tried staying out in the overflow parking lot; we were the only ones there about four in the afternoon by 8 o'clock that evening we were surrounded by idling diesel trucks and reefer trucks ( not good ). From that point on, we stayed in the RV park and it is very nice; the $28 a night is priceless for a good nights sleep . This is a casino RV camping, so you do have a casino there for food and it is pretty good; we been in there several times. I hope their rates can stay around this amount; it makes it very reasonable and believe me they get a good crowd in there every night.

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We usually camp here early spring or late fall, less people better rates. This campground has always been one of my favorites, very roomy and quite. Keep in mind the sprinklers are still on in late fall and water here is very hard and stains vehicle. I caution people when coming and going late at night or early evening watch out for Deer in the road or crossing. The Park itself has been very well maintained over the years and shows very little ware. Enjoy!!

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Excellent park. This time of year the crowds are down. First come first serve park meaning no reservation, but I do hear a rumor that this is going to change. We arrived on a Friday so our sites were limited but if you come on a Monday you can actually get a river front spot. Now in the summer months this may not apply because people are on vacation, kids are out of school, but after Labor Day I think that you could pretty much rely on the previous statement. One thing I might add is the highway runs parallel with the park. Try to get in the middle of the park or riverfront of course, but highway noise during the day can be bothersome specially on the weekends. It can't take away from the fact this park is beautiful, very well-maintained and $15 senior rate of course is a bargain. . Summertime you're right on the river got water access this was just a very nice place to stay. You could pull in here with a 45 foot motorhome and still have plenty a room here for your tow vehicle.

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Dusty Dusty Dusty. Maybe it's the time of year, but this could be a pretty park, but at every corner and three times in between it has a little green guy out there saying slowdown and people do drive slow but man is it Dusty; this place makes Quartzsite Arizona look like a clean room. I try to make things positive and still look at all the obstacles, but this park has definitely been used. The electrical poles are all broken, so the electrical boxes are just being held up by the plastic conduit. Utilities can make for an interesting hook up; some are at the very back so be prepared for that, but overall the park has a pretty atmosphere about it. It's just that it's got a run down infrastructure. I will choose not to camp here; next time would much rather stay in the forest campground right up the road even though it has no utilities, all paved, very nice, no DUST . I might add that we used Passport America to get this rate. At one time, we had thought that we might like to be Thousand Trails members. In fact, we even had people that were going to give us their membership. All we had to do was transfer names and pay the yearly fees. We chose not to - good decision. I tried to be honest in my review and overall this is a pretty campground, but drive slow through the park. There are constant signs for a reminder and make the best out of it; we still had a good time.

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This is camping for Elks members only . I consider this urban camping at its best. We stayed here five days; it was convenient to relatives house and also attractions in Seattle. If at all possible try to get the sites further back from the main street traffic; traffic is somewhat steady till late in the evening. There's also some walking residents that cut through the parking lot from the apartment complex behind the Elks Lodge. Sometimes you question first impressions, but there were no issues with anybody and everything was quiet and safe . I did ask the bartender inside the Elks, if they'd ever had any issues with vandalism. He said in the three years he had been there he had not experienced any so that was a good sign. Remember to call ahead as there are only eight sites there and it seems like people tend to stay for longer periods than what I normally see. I would try to get sites one through five if possible. There was a vacancy when we got there on a Friday which worked out for us, but nobody left till we left five days later. All utility hookups are in back of your parking spot which is a back-in, so plan accordingly. You may need longer sewer hoses, water hoses etc. but everything worked fine for us. I would say this, if you plan on camping here make sure you are comfortable with backing up in tight spots on a incline. Your spots are level, but you're on a grade backing in; tow car hook up and disconnect can be an issue. We used the fire lane for a short period of time. I would stay here again if in the area.

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A members only camping facility, but for Elks members this was set up very nice. All spots were pull-throughs, very convenient to I-5. You are camped on a dirt with a light rock base, so it could be dusty at times or muddy depending on weather. Very quiet at night, you do hear a train in the off distance, but did not seem to be bothered by it. We would definitely use this again if in the area.