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Nice rustic park, gravel roads and pads that are decently level. Sites are good size and there are nice trees around. Dump station is easy to access, which is good since most sites do not have sewer so Sunday has a pretty long lineup at the dump station. Very quiet at night and good food and drinks within walking distance in Olema, or take the county bus to Point Reyes Station for small town shopping and supplies. My only complaint would be that for some reason many people felt their dogs did not need to be on a leash and just let them wander around. This makes for some uncomfortable situations when our dog get anxious to have some other dog loose wandering in to her camp. The staff may need to step up and remind dog owners to leash up, too bad people can't just be responsible for themselves. Looking forward to our next stay at Olema Campground.

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No need to unhook the toad. Very clean and new, sites are roomy enough with tree bark in between each one. If you pick a site near the entrance you will hear freeway and the truck stop so go toward the rear near the golf course if you want more quiet space. The casino is an easy walk or take the shuttle, we had dinner at the steakhouse, very good. Easy access from Hwy 5, would definitely stay here again for an over nighter.

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No need to unhook the toad. Very clean park and facilities. Very easy to access from the freeway internal roads to sites have plenty of room. Very pleased with the park, the help and will stay again when we pass through. They offer discounts for many RV associations which gets the rates into the normal realm for the amenities offered. As others have said the park is new and looks it, someday the trees will grow and be very nice, but for now expect clean gravel interior roads and sites with grass in between and no trees. There is some freeway noise as it is right near the freeway but has a hillside as a buffer so the noise was muffled very well.

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Gravel and dirt interior roads 35 - 38' rig would be about the limit for the site length. This was a decent place to stay in an RV, but not a campground feel if that is what you're looking for. Mostly a big gravel parking lot with hookups. Stay away from the full hookups unless you do not mind having very close neighbors. The water and electric sites are decent size. Close enough to downtown Napa for easy driving access and quiet at night. Has nice gardens and some nice walking hiking, popular for mountain biking. No fees for reservations, just call and tell them your coming, that is all they need to know.