ChrisnMarv

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Loved this campground. Had a site right next to Lehman Creek. The sites are paved, but not level. It would have been nice if they were graded prior to paving. Would definitely stay again as my preference is being in the parks, not outside of them.

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Okay for a night. Good Wi-Fi. Gravel lot, with spaces opening door to door on some. Would stay again if the National Park campground was full.

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Beautiful campground. Large spaces and not too close together. Beautiful lake to use. Will definitely come back.

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Very nice. A bit rustic, but fine by us. Had the end pull-thru which put us by the open grass area. Walking around the pond and creek was very relaxing after a travel day. Trish was very nice took care of us. Came out to meet our dog and give a treat. We would definitely stay here again.

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We do our week out of Thousand Trails here. Nice to have sewer again and laundry close, although the dryers are not hot and take a while. The park is clean, spacious. The lady checking us in could not have been nicer. We have eaten at the restaurant and it was very good. Great trail right out of the back of the park and the dog loves it. Good location to attractions The rate reflects an RPI membership. We will stay again.

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Park is clean, quiet and nicely treed. The area to walk my dog is large, but the fenced dog area not so much. Small kennels. We have stayed before and like the park. It is close to shopping and dining. Did not use laundry facility this time, but it is nice. However, if they send you to Mazatlan Restaurant Mexican, beware. The food was OK, not great. The service was surly. The rate cited reflects a Good Sam Discount.

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A forest service campground, so no services. We loved it. Could hear Lee Vining Creek rushing over the rocks. Short walk to the creek. Site 1 (we had this one) is a great pull-through with lots of privacy. Close to town and close to Yosemite National Park, though not the valley, and Mono Lake. We paid $7.00 with a Golden Age card. Would most definitely stay here again. Very relaxing.

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Very nice park. Nicely shaded with mature trees. Can see Mono Lake from the park. Nice long dog walk area. Staff very friendly and helpful. Respond quickly to structural problems. Ladies, beware. Use shower stall 1. I was in 2 and had nice hot water, then BAM. Someone in 1 turned on the shower and mine went ice cold. No biggie, really. We would stay here again.

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Stayed as ROD. 1st impression was great until we saw how tight the sites were. At least we had one with a little breathing room. Not so much across the street. The amenities are very nice and the staff in the office could not be more helpful. If we wanted to join KM Resorts I think we would get one of the nice, wide, grassy sites in the lower section. Would stay again if not squeezed in a poor site. Otherwise, no.

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Mixed feelings. Old park so sites are narrow. Some slideouts touch neighbors' awnings. River view was nice, but arm's length to next rig not so much. Dog walk is drive to river, which is chained. Was not about to drag kayak back and forth to river. Management very nice. Stayed as ROD. Will not stay again simply because the sites are too close for our comfort.

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We were desperately tired and this was close to the freeway we needed for the next morning. Park seemed neat enough in the pull through section; not so much in the monthly section. Lots of tree shade in monthly section, but not so much in pull through area. It was HOT. elderly lady in office was nice enough. Cash only. $35 was with a discount. Good for overnight, but nothing longer.

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One of our favs. Go paddling down the Little Deschutes right from the CG. Play disc golf with the wonderful new baskets. Drive into Bend. Park is beautiful and a great place to spend the summer. Only drawback is no sewer and the $25 charge for the honey wagon. We will definitely stay here again and again.

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Rustic is how I would describe this park. Some awesome redwoods to see in the park. Interior roads are very bouncy for big rigs. We stayed as Enjoy America so payed much less than our neighbor. We asked for a satellite spot and they gave us one of the best in the park. Added $3 but that was okay. it was when they added $2 for my little dog that I didn't like. She said it was in the book, but it is not in the EA writeup. The park is at Confusion Hill. Don't miss it like we did. Would probably stay again.

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Riverfront site with nice view. Very clean and well maintained park. Had great satellite clearance; decent Verizon phone, less decent air card reception. Kayaked down river and took out right at the park. This is a fishing camp with boat dock and cleaning stations. Would stay again, but not during fishing season. Why? The sites are pretty tight, especially with slides. We lucked out on our door side, but our neighbor did not.

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Nice campground, very treed. Got a satellite site this time, so really enjoyed the stay. Close to the dunes which is a + & -. You can hear all the ORVs, even though they have a noise ordinance for them. The only reason for the 7 is that it is so treed that some sites are a bit depressing because of being so dark. We would stay again, and have. This is our 4th visit.