kpieper876

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We're here over Memorial Day weekend and arrived here with a few surprises because the website sells the place pretty well. The dirt road getting back here is super washed out and tricky for any low clearance trailer, car or camper. We arrived late and there are virtually no lights here nor was there late arrival information. We just picked a spot and hoped for the best. There is little grass, mostly dirt. The "solar heated pool" was not open. And we expected to be able to hike or walk the fossil area, only to find out after arrival this requires an escort and there is a fee. Another drawback were the "long term" campers, although the place was cleaner and more tidy than other campgrounds with tenants. The people working were kind enough to not charge for our first night late arrival and seemed overall pretty nice. If you're looking for a place to park, hang out and maybe hit the hills, this is probably your place.

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You are definitely paying for location and proximity to the National Park and forest here. Other than that, this place is way overpriced.

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This campground is centrally located in town. Right on the city bus line (downtown, Kmart, Albertsons), across street from library, and walking access to lots of stuff including hiking trails. We have stayed at another local campground and found this one a better deal and better maintained. All RV parks in Jackson are expensive: even the National Park.

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Pricey RV space, but relatively convenient. But one of two in the SF peninsula close to the city.

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Unfriendly staff. Claims to have WI-FI, but after asking they tell you it "does not reach everywhere" and it was raining so "everyone is having trouble anyway". The latter should not prevent WI-FI from working. In addition, asked about the pool, and the reply was quite rude "it's closed for the season".

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A great deal. Not too far off the interstate. We don't have kids, but probably would be an ideal stop if you did, as you can access the Calico Ghost Town from the RV park.