Michael Kibler

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The $36 rate including tax got us a bare bones pull-through site with water & electricity only! A little overpriced for the facility. They did have a lot of shade trees which was nice. However they are located just off of I-15 and the highway noise was very noticeable as well as train noise. They did have a small pool, however it wasn't heated.

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The $10 rate reflects the RPI rate. This park is outside of Santa Barbara about 15 miles on CA route 154 "up" the mountain, then there is another 5 miles before you reach the entrance to the park. Then you have a couple of miles of "very curvy" road to the check-in gate. The sites are gravel/dirt back-in with full hookups, a picnic table, and some have a shade tree. The middle of Sept was quite hot, into the upper 90s, so a shade tree was nice to have. The pool area is gorgeous with a lot of trees, two pools and a spa as well as a general store. There is also a historic stone lodge that is used for gatherings as well as TV watching. There are a lot of hiking/horseback riding trails. A drive down to the Santa Barbara pier is about 25 miles, back down the mountain. They do offer group meals and other amenities on the weekends.

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The $18 rate reflects the RPI rate. The sites are gravel with full hookups, cable TV, and a picnic table. If you have your own fire ring you can burn wood. The sites are quite narrow, so when you and your neighbor have the slide-outs out, there's not a lot of space for your outdoor "patio". There is no shade, but usually there is a nice breeze from the ocean. We were parked next another couple traveling with us in their coach. So we parked to one edge of our site giving us more room in between for our common "patio" area. There are beautiful sand dunes between the park and the ocean. But don't think it is an easy walk to the ocean - it's over a 1/2 mile of rolling sand dunes. The restrooms and showers are clean. There is no pool or spa. They do offer horseback riding along the sand dunes to the ocean.

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The $20 rate reflects the RPI rate including tax. The park is an older park with a lot of long term residents. Our site was a pull-thru with full hookups, cable TV and a picnic table. The sites are somewhat tight so there is not a lot of space separating you from your neighbor which is not necessarily a bad thing if you like to "visit". There are a lot of trees providing shade and a nice setting. The park is far enough off of the freeway so there is very little road noise. Evidently this park was taken over as it is a lot nicer than the previous review. It is a TT/Encore Resort and has a nice pool, spa, laundry room, clean restrooms & showers. There are wineries nearby and the trip down to the pier in Santa Cruz & Boardwalk is a must.

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Our $31 rate was with PA including tax. Our site was a gravel site with a large grassy area and a nice shade tree. We had a full hookup site with cable TV, WiFi, and a picnic table & fire pit. The park was located a short drive from Duncan Mills with cute shops and restaurants They are right on the Russian River where they also had a large beach area. It was very quiet at night. The restrooms & showers were very clean.

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We've stayed here before and we not disappointed with our second visit. It's a great park with a Polynesian flavor. The sites are concrete with blacktop patio areas. Some have propane BBQ's and some have Polynesian Thatched Roof picnic tables. They do not have cable, fire pits or picnic tables. The clubhouse offers a full gym, separate changing rooms with a spa, steam & sauna. They also have a small restaurant/bar and bowling alley. Their outside pool has a beautiful waterfall and spa. Their free WiFi is not very good, but cell service is good. While there are shade trees, they are located so that satellite works good at most sites. We will definitely return.

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The location of this park is great; between two casinos and walking distance to a grocery store as well. The sites are spacious gravel sites with a picnic table and a concrete patio. No fire pits, but you can use a propane fire pit. There are also lots of trees for shade. However, that can be a problem for satellite reception as they do not have cable. They have a nice pool covered in the winter and heated as well as an inside spa. Their clubhouse offers pool tables and a reading/puzzle room and a meeting/dining room. In addition there is a building containing a small gym, wood shop and glass shop. The grounds are pleasant with a koi pond, cactus garden, shuffle board courts, horseshoes and a playground for the kids. The free WiFi is slow and the TV reception with our antenna was non existent. Great park, we will be back.

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The $44 rate includes tax. This park is located on the Russian River near many wineries. A great location to go wine tasting. The park is interesting in that there are mostly Full-timers who take up the full hookup spots. And there is a "tent city" behind the park on the 1/4 mile or so trail to the river and small "stony" beach. Our back-in site with electric & water only was spacious with a large grassy area, picnic table & fire pit. WiFi was available at a cost. It did have a drawback in that it backed up to the busy River Rd. While it was uphill to the road, it was still noisy. The restrooms & showers were clean, however they did show their age.

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The rate we paid was for P/A. Cash, no credit cards. This is a very clean park with only 5 pull thru's. It is a good stop for a night or two as it has a pool & a spa and is far enough off of highway 99 & the RR tracks so that you don't get much noise. The sites are concrete with a grassy area, full hookup, cable TV and free WiFi. No picnic table or fire pit.

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The rate reflects our RPI Membership program. The pull through sites are quite spacious with a small tree on each side of the site's exit. The sites are all gravel and do not have picnic tables or fire pits. They do have cable, but we did not use it as we were able to get good satellite reception. They also have free WiFi restricted to 2 hours for your stay. The park is located on a ridge overlooking Bullhead City and the Colorado River. There are view sites, but they are not pull through. The office, restrooms, and clubhouse are at one of the park and the pool, spa, small market/snack bar and additional restrooms are at the other end where you enter. There really is not a lot to do there unless you have a tow. And then it is the Gambling Mecca of Laughlin, NV across the river or a drive to Oatman, an old mining town up in the mountains about 15 miles from the park.

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Our rate was a rally rate. They take discounts for PA, etc. with their standard rates running from $40 to $55. This park is an oasis in the desert. It has a Polynesian theme with a lot of palm trees, rock landscaping and some sites with thatched roof gazebo's and propane BBQ's built into stone structures. The sites have concrete pads and blacktop patio areas. Our site was a $40 site and had a BBQ. They do not have picnic tables and no wood burning is allowed. Propane fire pits are OK. The office/clubhouse had a restaurant, bowling alley, full workout room with locker rooms that had a steam room, sauna and a spa. The outside pool had a beautiful rock waterfall and a spa. They provide free WiFi as well. We definitely recommend this park for an extended stay if you have time.

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This is a great RV park with a lot of amenities. The sites are gravel and spacious with great mountain views. Mostly back-in's, but there are a few pull-through's. The sites have a concrete patio, full hook ups, but no picnic table, fire pit or cable TV, which is the only reason I did not give a 10 rating. The trees are young and do not provide much shade yet. They have two pools and spas. The upper pool & spa as well as the rest rooms/private showers are brand new and include a laundry room. The clubhouse offers kitchen facilities both inside and out adjacent the lower pool/spa. There is a great winery on site with free wine tasting, a gift shop and a first class restaurant. There are also pickle ball and badminton courts. Our $12 rate was based on our RPI membership. They also accept PA for the same rate. There are cabins on site for rental as well. This RV Park is a great value.

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This RV park provides large gravel sites with full hookups and fire pits, but no picnic tables. There are no trees and the sites are separated from lake views with a row of cabins available for rent. There is a nice lodge with a restaurant and store with supplies and souvenirs and an picnic area with a gazebo and large fire pit. They also have a marina where you can rent a boat or put yours in. The only drawback is that because a lot of families come up with "toys" (ATV's and motorbikes), there can be a lot of noise on a busy weekend. Because of that as we like a little more peace and quiet, we would not return.

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This is a "Rustic" RV Park with quite a few seasonal Coaches resulting in not very many open sites. It is across the road from Fish Lake @ 8850' elevation so it can get cool at night. The views and the fishing are great. The sites are gravel with full hookups. A little narrow and without picnic tables or fire pits. There is a Lodge with a restaurant and supplies as well as cabins for rent. There is also a small marina where you can rent a boat or put yours in. There is no wi-fi or cell service, but there is a hot-spot down the road. We enjoyed our stay there enjoying the lake views and watching deer roam through the area and would definitely return.

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We've stayed at this park several times when passing through. It is not fancy, but it is a good place to stop for the night when passing through and worth the $20 rate for electric and water. They used to have cable, but don't anymore. They also charge an extra $5 for sewer. Trains pass through occasionally so you may get some train noise. This is an old RV Park and is just existing in that there appear to be no plans to fix up the pool or bathroom facilities. There are nicer more expensive parks in town but for the $20 rate, one night is worth it.