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We stayed in a full-hookup site, which cost $60, plus $26 (two additional adults), plus $9 (tax), for a total of $95 per day. The site was level gravel and dirt, with a concrete pad and grass patch. We had a picnic table and fire pit, with a shade tree. Cable TV and WiFi (128mb free) worked fine, faster WiFi was an additional charge. Showers were $1 for five-minutes. This is a family orientated park, centered around the Russian River. Lots activities, swimming, bike riding, hay rides, movies, etc. Bathrooms were old and well used. They have a small store on site, and they are dog friendly. Quiet at night. Best way to get here from Hwy-101 is on the "River Road" through Guereneville, other approaches are very windy. A great place if you have kids.

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Park is right at the mouth of the Noyo River. This is an older area of town, don't expect to see a lot of new buildings. The park offers first-timers a 4-night stay when you pay for 3-nights. Active military gets 3-nights free. Mostly-level, dirt & gravel, back-in sites, very close together. Full hook-ups, WiFi worked great, no cable TV or reception. Private patio-pier access, with tables and chairs, right next to the river. One bathroom-shower for the campground, get a key when you check in. Owner was friendly and informative, after-hours manager is in site #2. Quiet at night. I saw one portable fire pit, but no one had a campfire. Nothing for young kids here. Plenty of restaurants within walking distance, an excellent one is Silver's at the Wharf. Very relaxing time, everyone in the park was nice. Dog Beach is about 2-blocks away.

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Robinson Rancheria has sold this park to a private owner. The new owner has great plans, but it appears it is a slow process. The park is split into two sections, the lake side is concrete, level sites that are all (short) back-in, with connections at the rear; Across the street is level, dirt sites, with long pull-thrus or back-in, connections are in the middle of the site. Picnic tables are on the lake side, under shade trees. WiFi was intermittent, and worked great when it was running. Cable TV connections were present but not working. Park manager is in site #39 , he was friendly and informative. Restrooms are old, waiting to be remodeled. Aurora's webpage tells about most of the "pending" upgrades. It was quiet at night.

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Very nice campground about 2-miles past the Big Trees State Park. Military discount got us the best rate, they also offer Good Sam. Camping amongst the trees, our site was dirt (some have asphalt), needed some leveling, picnic table and fire pit. Quiet at night. They have a tent only section at the rear of the campground. The owner was friendly and helped us with our many questions. Swimming pool and kids playground were great, kids can bike around on the asphalt roads (helmets), firewood was reasonable, restrooms were clean. WiFi was available, no TV or cell phone reception.

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Level, concrete sites, with picnic table. Ample space between sites. Grass strip was dead, due to CA drought conditions. No shade, trees need to develop more. No one available to purchase propane the day we stayed there. WiFi and cable TV worked OK. Swimming pool.

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Dirt sites, needed some leveling, but we enjoyed the camping experience, versus an asphalt parking lot. Lots of developed trees for shade. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked good. Swimming pool was heated. Lake access for fishing, a dock, and a boat ramp. Staff was friendly and helpful. Fire ring was delivered to our site upon request. Quiet at night.

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Wide, level, gravel sites, some with grass area. Picnic table, very few with fire pits. Owners were friendly and helpful. Cash discount is available on top of Good Sam. WiFi worked good, many cable TV channels. Park is clean and well maintained. Quiet at night. Not much for kids here. Exit off Hwy-101 at #734, as southern exit approach is windy and rough road.

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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.