MrsWeller

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We thought this was the best RV park in the area. Wanted FHU in the Redwoods and that is what we got. The area is gorgeous. Far enough away from sketchy Eureka. Bathrooms clean, dog friendly. Staff was OK... had a question about laundry- i.e dry time ( important when travelling with a family) and got some attitude from Mgr. Very strange. 1 washer/ 1 dryer. Spot 90 is good pull thru spot on the end. We will come back.

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Again, can't complain when the rate is great and this is the closest FHU to Crater Lake. Not crazy about the pull thru spots- right on the road. And through no fault of the park- the spots are all dirt accompanied by yellow jackets and mozzys. We had enough and left early.

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Very much enjoyed our 4 night stay. Our spot was spacious and shady and we had a bit of a lake view. Bathrooms clean, albeit we were there during fires and the park was not full. Would be a 9.5 if they had sewer and a 10 if they had a Verizon signal. Can't really complain when the Oregon State Parks are a third of the price of overpriced CA State Parks.

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Stayed here when they first opened ( and wrote a positive review) and finally made it back as a stopover. This time we brought our friends. Happy to say, nothing has changed. Great stopover, friendly staff, security presence in gold carts. Tried the restaurant this time and the food was great (our friends commented on the margaritas- fresh/ delish). Server was fantastic. Large group came in upon closing and she graciously welcomed them in. Thanks for the previous review re: bike theft- took extra precautions. Noticed gate was locked promptly at 9pm.

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Stayed 5 nights over New Years. Site was level and clean. Sites in the bottom loops are pretty close together and you can smell the neighbour's sewer at times. We had to ask our neighbour to close it while we ate outside. (Luckily he was cool about it). Besides the sewer situation, I would have thought they would have stronger towers for Wi Fi being it is such a new RV Park. WiFi was free but practically useless when park is full. Pool and Jacuzzi were clean. Bathrooms clean, updated and well maintained. Check- in was friendly and provided lots of information, maps etc. Being 12 miles from Santa Barbara didn't bother us as it seems to affect other campers' ratings of this park. We were just as glad to be that much closer to Solvang. It's all relative. We will absolutely be back.

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LOVED LOVED LOVED this campground. To have full hook ups in this type of rustic, national park campground is such a treat. No Wi-Fi, cable or cell at the camp spots. The general store was stocked with everything you'd need. Laundry was plenty and there is Wi-Fi/ cell service in the laundry area. Due to bears, don't leave anything out or you will get a visit from an upset ranger and maybe even a ticket (used BBQs and citronella candles included). No bear boxes. Can't wait to go back.

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Delightful RV park with lots of shady pull through spots. Stayed 2 nights. Was much nicer than I was expecting being next to amusement park. Once the park closed at 10, the RV park was peaceful.

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Stayed for 4 nights in the 'F' area; back in, full hook ups. No real road noise. Wi-Fi was actually decent. Bathrooms clean and all washers/ dryers in full working order. Loved the lower spots near stream, but they are water and electric only. Friendly staff, clean pool. Will return.

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Perfectly happy with this park and the location to the GC. We had a nice shady end spot but some spots were all dirt, no shade, on top of your neighbour. Numerous large elk walk through the CG like they own the place! Love it! Friendly, although slow check in. We cancelled our last night with no penalty. Cable TV was a bonus during the Olympics.

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Spots were long, paved and level. Firepit, picnic table and BBQ. Bring your own shade. My only greivance was the lack of laundry facilities. There were 2 dryers for the entire campground, 252 spots!! 4 dryers and 1 Wash were out of order. ( don't tell me they all broke down that day) People were still queuing for machines at 11pm. Major inconvenience so I marked them down. They should be fixed by the time you visit I hope. No wi fi at our spot nor at the over crowded hotel pool.

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Great campground, we chose trees over cable TV and were quite happy with our end shady spot. Laundry was tight, but the machines were plenty. Perfect location for visiting Bryce. We'll be back. Wouldn't recommend the Rubys Best Western restaruant in town though, food was not great, service was so so and it was pricey.

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Loved it! Well worth the beautiful drive from the valley to Mt. Carmel. Can't wait to go back. So many kids activities, they never wanted to leave! Pool and Jacuzzi were perfect after long day hiking. Even in the rain! We had a great spot on the end, RV 4 with a beautiful view. Quiet and private. Would like to see a bit better signage to RV area and the dirt roads are a bit rustic and muddy during the monsoon season. No Wi-Fi at our spot but strong signal at the Clubhouse. One other thing worth noting: There is a restaruant, which I heard was very good but we never tried, but no general store to purchase food such as bread, milk etc. Bring your own unless you wish to eat out.

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I would call it kid friendly but surely not pet friendly. Kids had a blast in the pool; the store was well stocked and the restaruant food was fine; although it took a good 30 mins for a few burgers. As others mentioned paying for Wi-Fi at this rate is a drag, but the worst part was the lack of spots for dogs to do their business. The asphalt was way too hot so we had to DRIVE to the pet run on the other side of the park. C'mon!!

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Regardless of the activities, keep in mind two thins. 1. The sites are terribly small. 2. The sewer hook ups are so damn difficult to use. If you're in anything besides a big rig, dumping is a drag. We have stayed here three times, most recently this Labor Day weekend and we asked ourselves, why?? Crowded, cramped and loud. Store is well stocked but pricey. $12 to rent a mandatory life vest to swim out to the float is a rip off. We have stayed over less crowded weekends but just don't think it's worth the price. Won't be back unless they fix the sewers and renovate the spots to offer more space.

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We lucked out and got the most awesome river site! Really enjoyed our stay, the owners were friendly and store was well stocked. Only negative is they don't have a dump station, one has to drive to San Simeon if you're heading south.