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Campground is not RV friendly. Sites are short and hard to get into with our 21 foot RV. According to camp host, only tent campers are allowed to take water from the fresh water supply! Nowhere is this posted. The road past the visitors center is too narrow for wider vehicles. My side mirrors were overhanging the oncoming lane and when I moved over to get back into my lane I scraped the side of the coach on the guard rail.

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Because we have a National Parks and Recreational Lands Pass, our nightly rate was $5. Spaces are of good size and configuration. Fruit orchard adjoining campground; you pick all you can eat there and pay $1 per pound for what you take with you. If you are afraid of deer then avoid this area. We shared the orchard and camp site with does, fawns and 3 bucks who one time rounded up the others and had some sort of meeting then left. Amphitheater with nightly program by a Ranger. Three of the 4 nights we were here: an episode of Ken Burns National Parks series was shown.

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Could not fully pull into a "pull through" site due to low hanging tree branches which would have scraped the A/C. Fortunately we noticed this before there was damage. Had to be very careful driving in and out due to low branches along roadway. Big sign on highway indicated Wi-Fi was free, and it was, but was not told "Free Wi-Fi" was only available while parked in front of the office. Bummer. Staff was nice, and when I complained the following morning, they gave me a nice discount.