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Nice RV park next to the casino. Sites are level concrete, with grass strip and picnic table. Cable TV and WiFi worked great. Nice swimming pool area. Shuttle service to casino if need. Trees need to mature a bit before any shade is available. A bit of road noise at night.

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I stayed here one night. No amenities. Good for fishing Hat Creek as it flows through the campground. Only has pit toilets and a water faucet. A campground Host was on site and was helpful with local sites to see. Close to Hwy-44 so some noise. If you like to rough it, this is your spot.

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RV Park has a great setting, lots of trees, Hat Creek runs through the park, good camping experience for kids, as it's not just another concrete-asphalt RV lot. Sites are semi-level dirt and gravel, with picnic tables and fire pits, quiet at night. They have an area for tents, yurts, cabins, and a motel. Small store on site (firewood, worms, food), Post Office, and a deli serving sandwiches. Cable TV and WiFi (accessible near the office) worked good. Staff was helpful and friendly.

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About 2-miles off I-5, which makes it quiet at night. Site was level gravel, with concrete pad, grass, and picnic table. Lots of shade. Campground was spotless. Swimming pool and restrooms were clean. Cable TV (13-channels) and Wi-Fi worked great. Friendly office staff.

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Level, back-in site, gravel and ours had a concrete pad with picnic table and shade. WiFi worked great. No antenna TV reception or cable, most folks had satellite. 30-amp electric, water and sewer. Quite a few full time residents, no problems and quiet at night. Restroom and shower were old, but worked fine and were clean. Only a mile away from McArthur-Burney Falls State Park. Owners are friendly. Good location and value for the price.

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Back-in, gravel, level site with fire-ring and picnic table. Good cable TV, WiFi was difficult to get on. Lots of amenities, swimming pool was open, small store, activities for the kids. About 1/2 mile walk to the pier. Quiet at night, security drives around often. Be prepared for the wind.

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Right off Hwy-101 for easy access, and quiet at night. Sites are a bit close together, but manageable. Picnic table, level concrete site. WiFi and cable TV worked great, but some internet sites are blocked if they use excessive bandwidth (games, movies, etc). Restroom/shower in campground very small but clean, best to use the one next to the pool area. large pet area. Campground was full, best to make reservations.

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Level concrete pad, with picnic table, no fire pit and no shade. WiFi & cable TV worked fine. Swimming pool, dog run, golf putt, casino shuttle, a nice 1-mile asphalt walk around RV Park. Quiet at night, friendly staff, security.

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This review is for the Monument RV section at Camanche South Shore. Level asphalt sites, roomy and wide, a few with shade. Campground was clean, with recycle bins. Sites had full-hookups, fire pits, and picnic tables. $48 per night, no discounts, you can avoid the additional $9 reservation fee this time of year as no one is here. RV needs to be fully contained as there are no showers or restrooms in the Monument RV section. Showers and restrooms near the beach area were clean but old. No WiFi internet in the campground, nearest WiFi is at the Starbucks in Valley Springs. We were able to get ten channels on our antenna TV. They charge a $5 per person, per day, fishing fee, purchase these as you enter at the Main Gate. Park is pricy for what you get. Quiet at night, friendly staff.

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It's a paved road to get here, then the campground is all dirt. We took a regular site for $33, the XL sites were $50. Only 15 amp electric and water, they have a dump station and a honey-wagon for waste. Hard to find a level site unless you take and XL. You are very rural up here. Best to checkout the campground on foot to find a site that fits your requirements, as narrow and steep roads make driving around a bit difficult. There is a store, cafe, $ Wi-Fi, $ showers, $ laundry. Boat launch and marina. Elevation is around 6,000' so its cool temps. Quiet at night with plenty of stars. Lake is beautiful, but down about 30' as we are in a drought. Campground opens in late May and closes at the end of October.

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Excellent RV park. They gave us $6 off per day because we had a Player's Card. Sites are level concrete, with grass and picnic table. Cable TV and Wi-Fi worked great. Shuttle bus to and from casino. Good buffet. Friendly staff.

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Great RV Park, friendly staff, quiet at night. Sites were level asphalt, good spacing, some shade, picnic tables. WiFi and cable TV worked good. 5-minutes from town. High water pressure, bring a water-pressure valve.

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Do not come in from the south on Hwy-9, as it is very winding and narrow. Our site was a full hookup, back-in, level, with picnic table and fire pit. Pool was heated and clean. Wi-Fi only worked at the office. Many cable TV channels. Family orientated, with Roaring Camp Railroad just a short hike away.

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Very clean and well-kept RV park. Good Sam rate for full hookup, back-in. Site was level, gravel, with a picnic table. Quiet at night. WiFi worked great. Lots of cable TV channels. About a 1/2 mile walk to the State Park entrance, unless you choose to drive. Use the north exit off Hwy-101, as the road is rough coming from the south.

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Price is for a full-hookup site. Gravel and dirt, level, picnic table, fire pit, and shade. WiFi and 11-channel cable TV, both worked fine. Lots of things for the kids to do. Fish pond, catch and release. 1/2-mile trail is up the hill then down the hill, not to safe. Quiet at night.