racefan

  • Review Count 7
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  • Helpful Reviews 2

About racefan

My wife and I have been RVing since 1978. Started with a LUV truck and camper shell, then 1/2 ton truck and non cab over camper, which we did not keep very long and bought a 1976 Dolphin 8ft cab over camper, then bought a 1981 Jamboree class c motorhome, did not have much power so then bought a 1 ton dually truck and 1989 Aljo Alliance 5th wheel and then bough our current rig in 2004 (2005 HitchHiker II LS)

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Dusty and dirty with very little grass. Site we had there was a huge oak tree that was dropping its acorns. When they would hit the RV roof, it sounded like a gun going off. We only used this as a base camp to visit Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. The site had some gravel but mostly dirt with the utilities in the middle of the site. Sites are close together and not great for awnings. Staff was very friendly.

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Absolutely one of the best RV parks we have been to. Beautiful with green grass in between the large concrete level pads. Plenty of room between neighbors for slides and awnings. All utilities were right in the middle of the site and worked with no problems. Our only negative here was their wifi. Very sporadic. Friendly staff. Will definitely be back.

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We stayed one night on our way to San Diego. We were assigned site C-7, a very long pull-through that our truck and 31 foot 5th wheel with three slides, fit with plenty of room. Staff friendly, utilities were in the right location for our rig and had no problems with power, water or cable tv. The reason we did not give it a "10" was that their pet area was dirt, no grass or pea gravel. We will stay here again.

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Nice place to stay while seeing the Ave of the Giants. Sites are level with grass in between sites. Utilities worked but had rust color water from their faucet for the first couple of minutes after we hooked up. They do need more dumpsters around the campground. Staff was friendly. We will stay here again.

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Nice place to stop for the night. No TV hook ups but was able to receive TV stations from digital TV antenna. Gravel pads but needs to have more gravel added. All utilities worked but sewer connection was down to far below the concrete pad to be able to screw the adapter in. Will be back if in the area again.

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Brand new RV park. Opened up first weekend in September. Young trees but will grow to make great shaded areas. Pool and spa are nice. Concrete pads with full hook ups (all worked) and were located where they need to be. The only negatives that we had was that we could not connect to their Wi-Fi and the wind. Wi-Fi will be fixed but the wind is a nuisance. Nice campground to explore The Pinnacles National Park. Staff is friendly and very helpful. Recommended places to eat dinner at and had orange arrow signs showing me where to park since I arrived after closing. We will return again.

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We spent two nights here during the Balloon Fiesta. Had to make reservations back in July. The RV park was packed with over fifty percent being seasonal and the rest being overnighters. The pull-through sites were large, gravel and mostly level. The electrical power and water pressure were good. Cable TV was out though. Roads were paved. Very nice pet area. My only gripe about The High Desert RV Park was the location. I-40 runs nearby and the road noise was noticeable, but the biggest problem for me was the airplanes. Right in the path of the airport in Albuquerque. It did seem to quit after midnight. Staff was friendly. If we go again to the Balloon Fiesta, would stay at the grounds were they launch the balloons. Not as nice, but don't have to deal with the traffic and airplanes.