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Location, Location, Location. This park is located inside Monterey Pines Golf Course. The park itself needs some updating, but for the location and the price, it's worth every penny! There are three pull through spots and the rest are back in. We stayed in one of the pull throughs. They're lined up three in a row and it worked nice because we were in a group of three, but otherwise, I'd recommend the back in spots. Don't take the website or the 1-800 number's word on availability, both told us there wasn't room for us when there actually was more than enough room for a full 5 nights, so call the campground directly. WiFi didn't work, but the AT&T was good. We would definately return.

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This is a tiny, 6-site RV campground located on the Coast Guard Station. It's well out into the county, surrounded by beautiful rolling hills. Excellent WiFi. The dump station is on the base, about 1/2 mile away from the campground. If there were sewer hookups in the sites, it would be a 10! We would definitely stay here again.

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We stayed here to be close to Humboldt Redwoods State Park. It's a clean, well maintained park. The park is obviously older and you can see where they've widened the spots, but there's still a reasonable amount of room between sites. Other's have commented on the road noise, but I didn't hear anything inside our trailer and outside the noise was minimal. WiFi was hit or miss. There are a lot of long-term rigs, but they're well maintained as well. We would have rather stayed in the redwoods, but this was a good secondary option. My biggest complaint is that they charge $5 extra per person for more than two people. I know they're not the only ones who do this, but it's a policy that I've never understood, except that it's a way to keep families away. Seven and one half stars is my actual rating, and I would probably stay again.

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This is my one of my favorite campgrounds! The sites are paved, level, and well spaced. The staff and hosts are very friendly. The restrooms were clean; so were the laundry facilities. We absolutely love this park and stay whenever we can! That said, be careful walking the trails by the river. Our two small dogs picked up a lot of ticks walking in the tall grass by the river (I should have known better!). The rangers said they've been pretty bad this year. To be clear, the ticks are NOT in the campground part of the park and had the timing worked out, we would have stayed at the park on our return trip (CA to WA and back). This is an outstanding park and we cannot wait to visit again.

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I'd give this park 6 1/2 stars. We showed up without a reservation. The first site they gave us had low branches that needed to be trimmed that prevented us from getting to the site. The friendly staff then found me a better site. That said, all of the sites are way too close together. We could put our slides out, but they were right on top of each other. The site was gravel and I had to put my trailer on blocks to level it (many of the other guests had done the same). The wifi wouldn't load basic websites. The bathrooms and showers were very clean, though the pool deck had a soaked (I hope it wasn't dirty) diaper on it. This is a good place to stop for the night, but not much more than that. The owners were really nice, and they hosted a free marshmallow roast. There's a Starbucks right across the intersection from the park with a nice cul-de-sac with room to u-turn and park our truck and 38' foot fifth wheel and that upped the rating by half a star.

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This was a good spot to stop for the night. It's a very clean campground with a friendly staff. The sites are paved, long, level, and reasonably spaced. The wifi was good enough to get online, but I couldn't stream a TV show on Netflix. The bathrooms were very clean. The rate includes a Good Sam discount and added cost for 2 kids. That said, I've never understood why campgrounds charge extra for more than two people, especially since they're staying in their own RV! The Starbucks right next to the park entrance was a great bonus. We would stay here again.

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This is an older state park with many low branches, tight turns, and short, dirt sites. The site length descriptions are accurate and each parking space is surrounded by railroad ties sunk vertically into the ground and rising about 30 inches, so if you're longer than your site and hoping to extend past the back end, I'd call first to ensure you fit. The beach access and views were wonderful. Since we use a 38' fifth wheel, we probably won't be back, but if we had a smaller rig, we would definitely return.

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Morro Bay State Park is an excellent campground. It has 30 amp water/electric only with spacious sites. However, I don't think the $50/night fee is even close to reasonable. For the money, I'd recommend to stay somewhere else.

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Excellent campground! The staff was great. The park was clean and well laid out. We stayed two nights in December and had about 5 other campers in the park. Very quiet. Mining for diamonds is messy work, so bring clothes and shoes you don't mind getting VERY dirty. We would absolutely return.

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An OK stop in Vicksburg. The sites were not very level, I had to raise one side about 3 inches and I had to disconnect my truck so that I could lower the hitch enough to make the trailer level fore and aft. The lady at the desk was phenomenal! The wifi was ok, but not strong enough to support Netflix on the iPad. The cable TV was good. Do note, the campground is at the base of a steep hill. My spare tire dragged on the ground and almost pulled off. We would probably stay here again.

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Good place to stop for the night. Long pull through spots that allowed me to keep my 40' 5th Wheel hooked up. The manager/owner was amazing. He helped us find propane before we even arrived and was ready for us when we arrived. Adding cable TV would be nice, but all in all, it's a good place to stop for the night. We would stay again.

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Great campground with tons to do and very easy (& free) connection to the Disney parks.   Pool area and staff led activities were great for our kids, as were the movies under the stars.  The Staff was awesome!  The camp store is about as stocked with supplies as a 7-11, but had a lot of souvenirs.  I'm giving the park a 9 because they claim to have Wi-Fi but they do not.  I'm honestly shocked that Disney doesn't have Wi-Fi. AT&T 3G service was OK, depending on where we were in the park. The park is huge, so bring your bikes and a golf cart if you have one (or you can rent them for $60/day).  We will definitely return.

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We've stayed here twice, most recently for 4th of July weekend and we love this park. Most of the sites are paved; all of them are level. The sites are nicely spaced and a lot of them are on the water. Sites 7-17 are the nicest waterfront sites, 50-60 have a forest feel to them, and 33-39 have little to no shade. Pros: clean, family friendly park. The adjacent swimming area is great for kids, nice playgrounds, spacious sites. Cons: no sewer hookups (there is a dump station), only 1 trash dumpster.

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This is a very nice Corps of Engineers park on the Alabama River about 10 miles outside Monroeville, AL. The sites are paved and level, the hosts were friendly and helpful. It has great playgrounds for the kids, but no ability to swim in the river. The sites back on the creek have docks for boats. If this campground had a swimming area, it would be a 10. The hosts were very friendly and knowledgeable. We will definitely return.

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Great Navy Campground. WiFi is extra, which is a shame. The AT&T 3G was great though. The sites are level concrete. The camp host was great. There is plenty to do including the National Museum of Naval Aviation (it's free). We would definitely stay again.