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Wonderful! This is our new home for all of the Eastern Sierra. We were placed in a pull through site and had full hookups, utterly fabulous wifi, shade trees on either side of us, and a view of stunning mountains (Mt. Whitney area). If you are close to the road, you will hear some traffic, but not in a really bad way. The staff is courteous; they have a well-stocked little store too. After 2 previous nights in less-than-ideal conditions, this place is amazing and I was thrilled. It IS busy, so call for reservations. We spent a Sunday night, and it is the half-way point both going and coming on 395 so everyone stays in this park. Like I said, in future, we will make this our home base and take day trips everywhere else.

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This RV park was okay overall. It IS the only one in the area with hookups and wifi. The staff was nice, though not the most helpful. If you are longer term, you can stay in the larger wooded sites which are nice and have full hookups. Shorter term people park in essentially a large parking lot with landscaped islands. You get electric, water, and cable. They have 4 very nice dump stations convenient to pull-through with the any-size rig. They charged $3 a pet (we have 2 dogs) and by the time tax etc. is added (yes, room tax) it came out to $56. The wifi basically only works near the office. I was in the front row and couldn't work in my rig. I had to go sit on the patio outside the office where the electric was, during light snow flurries, to use the computer which is essential as I work from home and must attend to my business somewhat during travel. Overall, though, it was an okay place to be, was close to the town of Mammoth Lakes, and served our purposes in everything but good wifi.

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I must reiterate the other review. I would not camp here again if it was free. We arrived and the scenery IS lovely. That's the only reason it received a 2. There are some spaces with full hookups, though those are taken by seasonal residents. Most dry camp on the hillside with generators running. We were told to find a spot up one of the roads. However, there are no roads. One goes up gully washes to park between trees and report the number nailed on the tree nearest you. We were told not to go into certain areas as those were the "steep ones" and the "bear areas". We were close to the front and our rig was on 4" blocks and the bears had been by on the previous night 4 times. The wifi only reaches the lower sections and costs $8 a day. It was, in a nutshell, overall hokey, and we beat a hasty retreat in the AM.