3TexasRats

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Great place to stay to see Yosemite National Park. Front staff very friendly! Very nicely landscaped and nicely layed out. Rock drives and had to do some leveling. Will definitely return. Very safe area and close to a nice town with shops and restaurants. We were in a 35' motorhome with tow and had a pull through spot. Wifi worked great too! Picnic table and grill at each site.

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Very nice lady checked us in. Free wifi for all three of our devices and worked very well. Lots of spaces for RV's that at one time were filled with Mobile homes. Some older Mobile homes but are kept clean and everyone was friendly. Felt very safe here too! We used this place as a base camp to see Sequoia and Kings Canyon National parks. Would defiantly stay again! We stayed in a 34' motorhome with tow. All back-in sites.

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Very nice park. Some sites have full hookup. We had one of them and all utilities worked great and we had a view of the river and falls. We camped in a motorhome and will stay again.

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Brand new park just outside of town but near the main shopping area in town. Best wifi we've seen at any Rv park. Water pressure very good. Crushed granite sites with concrete patio. Lots of new trees planted but will take a few years for any shade. Layout is setup where your patio is shaded by Rv. Nice laundry room with commercial washer/dryers. $1.50 wash/dry. Has a pool but did not use. Fenced in dog area and doggie bags available throughout park. Very nice people to guide you to site. Nice level long sites.

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This is the nicest RV park we have ever stayed out. Nicely laid out and plenty of trees. I can't remember the exact cost for the nightly rate. The Yellowstone River runs through it and saw several people enjoying it. Game room and also a little putt putt area for families. Would definitely stay again!

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Very nice park and layout. Laundry rooms very clean and place to set and watch TV in club house area. Front desk folks very nice. Nice playground for kids and also front desk area has a area for kids to play video games. Very close to entrance to Yellowstone and the downtown has several places to shop and eat. The only downside to it all was we had two sites and both did not have any cable. They tried to repair but nothing worked is why I rated 9 versus 10.

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Nice park, nice hot tub and swimming pool. Very nice store with food and supplies. Wi-Fi was very weak and no cable and was out of ice. AT&T does not work in the area.

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Passport America was accepted. Lots of park model homes and several rv sites throughout park. Very friendly folks at front desk. Back area was pet friendly. Several stores and eating areas within 2 miles. Would defiantly go back.

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Very nice park. Close to commissary and PX. Large walking area with doggie bags located approximately every 75 feet. There are a few small trees but we were able to park the RV where we only go some morning sun through windshield. Laundry room was very clean and nice washer and dryers. Have both top and front load washers.

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Very nice campground. Most sites had a covered patio table area with chairs. River is very nice. All sites were clean and plenty of places to walk your pet. Lots of trees too!

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Very nice park! They have a fenced in area with grass for dogs and provide doggie bags.

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Like all said its a big parking lot with dry scape landscaping and a few big trees that provided shade. We stayed in site 218 and had shade most of the day. Several people didn't pickup after their pets. No doggie bags but no excuse. Located right across the street from Fire and safety HQ's so you did hear sirens a few times a day. We ran A/C and kept windows shut so not a problem for us. Felt safe and saw security drive through several times a day.

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I think the new name is Naples Gardens but there isn't a sign so you will miss the the RV park if your not careful. Older park but well taken care of. We pulled into our site and it was nice and shaded and lucky for us due to it only had 30 amps and temps were in the high 80's. I'm not sure if there are any 50 amps due to when I walked around I saw a lot of folks having to use a 50 to 30 amp plug adapter. Several sites for big rigs no problem but roads are narrow. We were told would have Wi-Fi at our site but we couldn't connect at all. Some park models for long term residents but very clean and tidy. Lots of areas to walk your pet.

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Very old RV park. Laundry room clean but dryers are so old they don't dry very well. Sites on beach are very nice with a few small palm trees. The remaining sites are just layer out on grassy areas and some have shade. Lots of snowbirds so they have lots of stuff layer out all around their RV's that made it look very messy. Some sites have a lot of junk around them (boats and parts). Office folks are very nice. There is a wading area next to the fishing pier. Wi-Fi was terrible. Half the dog walk was used as a parking area.

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Very nice: lots of shade and plenty of area to walk your pets. This is a hidden jewel. Would stay again. I would have given a 10 if it had Wi-Fi.