Michael Fisher

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Easy access off Hwy #212- a City operated campground- 20 paved and all back-in sites in a circle- with restrooms and playground in the center area. From site #8 we had a nice view of the lake 150 ft away. Campground Host is at site #1 -very friendly- can answer any questions about the town or area. There s some vehicular noise from the highway during the day, but it quiets by night time. Great stop over for a night......

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Very quiet at night; we found the full timers very friendly. Very easy check in; sites were all level- each has its own little cabana or shaded/sheltered area with pic-nick table; we didn't use the laundry or restroom, but did walk through- very well maintained; park personnel were constantly visible and busy maintaining the grounds, yet very quiet- very helpful. We enjoyed the quietness and friendliness....easy to find..................

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We stayed for one night- lower level- gravel road and a bit dusty, but very quiet; during day hours there is normal traffic noise from nearby highway, but it dies down in evening. Easy park to find and to get in and out of. Nice tenting area in lower level. We were only 20 minutes to downtown Park City. We would stay here again......

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We stayed one night on our way up to Glacier; easy check-in and nice sites; we did notice a lot of yellow jackets (bees), but they left us alone. Good Internet with my Verizon Wi-Fi device; no TV reception, but there was a very active young cat who provided our entertainment. We have reserved a site for our return this way after next week; we saw rigs of various sizes and types making easy entry and exit.

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While on Hwy #93 we found the park via Passport America booklet. Has very clean sites, the, largest we've found in our travels; very close to gas station and Napa auto parts, grocery stores, laundry are all within walking distance. Daily watering is allowing the grassy areas to green up. There are more planter pots with various colors Petunias scattered about the park than at any Lowe's farm and garden stores. The park owners are very friendly and helpful. We will travel Hwy #93 again and will seek out this RV park.

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Reserved cavern tour tickets on-line and had free overnight stay at campground included. We stayed the weekend and found more tent campers than RV'rs. No need for reservations during the hot months; there were never more than 6 RVs occupying sites. Cavern tour at $22.95 was well worth it. Nice cafe/snack bar with reasonable prices. The hiking trail has several benches to stop and rest and enjoy the view. Good internet reception with our Verizon. Great tent camping park.

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Found this RV park tucked off by itself while we were passing through. It's friendly and efficient check-in. All facilities appeared very neat and clean. Very large and spacious sites. Relaxing and quiet. We would return here and would encourage friends to do a stop-over here.

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We stayed 3 nights (at the Passport America rate); very friendly and efficient check-in; plenty of tourist activity/sight-seeing pamphlets. and we found the management couple very knowledgeable. This the first RV park we've ever found that has clothes lines available just outside the laundry room door; nice and clean/neat activity room and pool. Fine gravel provides reasonably level surface and no dust blowing. Only a few easy blocks to shopping; we enjoyed our stay and activities and would return.

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Very friendly and helpful office staff, we don't own pets, but this is a very pet friendly park with ample Pet Bag dispensers. Normal I-8 traffic noises during day hours, but it quiets at night and was no problem. We would leave early each day and return later evenings and have not enjoyed the facilities, but did walk through and found everything neat and clean. Public transportation is directly outside the park entrance; $5 day pass took us everywhere. Smaller and more convenient size picnic tables at most sites, easy in and out access at this park, we have no complaints and will return to this RV park when visiting San Diego area.

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The back of our 22 foot Salem Lite really scraped the pavement as we slowly entered. This will be un-avoidable for most rigs. We found all facililties nice and clean, and all residents more friendly than most. Traffic sounds were fewer and of lesser noise level than in Las Vegas. The WiFi signal was very strong. Office personnel provided schedules for public transit system and were very helplful. We did visit a related RV park a few blocks to the East(Circle RV) and would prefer it to the Vacationer only due to the dip at the driveway entrance.