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One of the nicest Elks RV parks. We stayed there two nights and enjoyed the pool and other Elks functions such as the dinners and bar. Nice walking area by the river close by, but you need to know that there are some homeless along the trail. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay here again.

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This park is mostly just a parking lot. It is very tight, but most Elks RV parking is that way. Great place for an overnight stay or for a couple of days to see the area. Little grassy area behind sites 1-8.

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This park is on the river, not the ocean. It is about 2 miles from the harbor. Nice park, but a little pricey for what you get. A lot of older full-time RVs in the back area and one very old fifth wheel had to be removed by tow truck while we were there (don't know the circumstances, but think it might have been an eviction). The road into the park is very narrow and downhill, so if you meet another RV coming the other way, you could have issues. Verizon Home Connect phone worked, but not our AT&T cell phones. The bathroom code would only work on the main bathroom so apparently the bathroom by the little cabins is only for their use. It would have been nice to know that. All in all, it was good, but would probably try another park next time just for variety.

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Nice quiet park close to town. Sites are a little tight but adequate. A lot of full-timers and some of the RVs are kind of old and unkempt, but most of the people were friendly. We stayed for 3 nights and would stay here again although there were several other parks nearby we would like to try as well.

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This was an average park that was more of a campground than an RV park. Lots of tents and loud people who also liked loud music. Dirt/weedy sites with not a lot of amenities. Our Verizon Home Connect phone worked, but not AT&T cell phones. We could not get a good signal through their cable, so we set up our satellite which we were amazingly able to get through the trees. All in all, the people were very nice, but we would probably try another park if we were to come through this area again.

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This park could really use some help. The sites are muddy and not level. It was quiet, that's about all the good I can say. There is a small lake near the campground and there are MANY geese here and there is goose poop EVERYWHERE. You can hardly step out of the RV without stepping in it! Our dog was in heaven! The grass was long and hadn't been mowed for quite a while. There was only 20 and 50 amp service (no 30?) The price was very high for what you got and they even wanted to charge you $10 for a picnic table! It is nice to be able to walk around the nice fairgrounds when there is nothing going on there. We had to wait for the camp host to return for quite a while when we arrived since she was on a break and just had a sign which read "back in a few minutes". Our reservations were a little messed up. They gave our reserved site to someone else so we really didn't know where to go. This park needs more organization and definitely more maintenance. Could be really nice with some TLC.

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The rate indicates a coupon we received at an RV show in Quartzsite for a week at a rate of $89.90 plus tax. We thought this would be a good stopover for a week before heading home to California. I guess for this price the park was okay at best. We had a very difficult time making reservations in that we could not get a hold of the office. The phone went to the deli and they could not forward us to the office. We left reservation requests online and never heard back. When we finally did get a hold of the office, we were granted reservations. The site we had was dusty and consisted of decomposed granite which gets tracked everywhere in the RV. This park needs a whole lot of gravel in order to have this problem go away. Also, a picnic table would be a good asset. Unfortunately, we were given a site behind someone who was in the throes of remodeling his RV. He had set up a tent next to his RV and had a workshop inside complete with electric woodworking tools which went on all day and into the night. There were a lot of barking dogs however, most people were conscientious about picking up after their animals. The park seems to be going through some renovation, but they need to focus and complete a job before going onto the next. There were several holes which were apparently dug for plants to be planted or else the plants had already died. The electrical and water outlets really could use some maintenance as well. The other thing they need to do is to get rid of some of the very old and ugly units in this park. There are a lot of full-timers in some extremely run down rigs and it gives the park a very seedy look.

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We were going to stay here for one night and then move on after watching the Super Bowl. It is a very nice park, very clean with beautiful facilities. The spots are large enough and concrete for the rig with gravel for tow vehicles. The lady in the office was extremely nice and very helpful when we asked for three more nights after the first night. She moved several reservations around so we wouldn't have to move. The price reflects the Passport America rate which they will accept for the first night. The other three nights were more. Very close to town yet quiet at night. We would definitely stay here again.

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A really fun place to stay. You are in the desert with no facilities, but you can get water and dump a couple of miles away. Of course the atmosphere and the people you are with make a huge impact on the enjoyment of your experience here. We camped with eight other rigs and had a great time. Enjoyed the RV show and all of the other venues around the area. We like to come back every year for the fun and frivolity.

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This is a nice quiet park, off the beaten path, with fairly large gravel sites, and nice paved roads. It is close to Prescott Valley and about 10 miles from Prescott. The managers were very nice and extremely helpful. The only thing that would make this park better would be if they had bathrooms and showers. You have to have a self-contained rig for this reason. They would also benefit from having laundry facilities. Other than that, we loved this park and area and would definitely stay here again.

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This is an okay park for a night or two if you don't mind dirt and dust. They could use a couple of loads of gravel to help with this problem. The facilities could use some updating and the spots are kind of grouped together. Not very private if you don't know your neighbor well. The rocks are beautiful and there is a nice trail to the lake, but don't take your dog on it because it is full of wicked stickers and thorns that attach themselves to the feet.

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We have stayed here before, but this time the restrooms were closed due to a clog somewhere in the system. You had to go to the cabana area to shower and use the restrooms, which was quite a distance away. Be careful, too, if you make reservations online, that you get away from the sewer pond because it is very smelly. Most sites are water and electricity only. If you want a sewer hookup, they are not easy to get. Apparently, people know that they have to make reservations a year in advance to get these sites during the snowbird time and those sites are usually booked, it seems, by the same people every year (we recognized several of the rigs from last year). The store and many facilities are closed in January. There is very little cell service, ours did work sometimes. Television reception on an antenna is non-existent. The nice thing is that the sites are roomy and the staff is very helpful. We would stay here again since there is very little else available in the area.

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We stayed here 3 nights. The rate reflects Passport America which they will accept for only 3 nights. I guess for this rate, they pretty much give you the noisiest sites. We had one that backed up against a very busy street. The traffic and sirens were pretty much non-stop. It is a park that caters to seniors and has a lot of activities for snowbirds and permanent residents. They are somewhat dog friendly, and put paw prints on the roads that dogs are allowed to walk through. If we had paid the full price, it would be extremely overpriced for a daily rental site. We would probably find another park next time in not such a busy area. The streets in the park are extremely confusing and the main road in is very easy to miss.

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Very nice and well kept park. The managers were extremely nice and accommodating. This park is very quiet considering that you are close to a main road leading into downtown Chico. Lots to do in the area. Don't miss walking parts of Bidwell Park. There is a nice pool area and clubhouse area which we did not use, but looked very nice and clean. They only expect you to clean up after your pet so there is no terrible dog run to contend with. The sites are a little tight and we would have given this park a higher score if the sites had been a little bit bigger. We look forward to staying here again.

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Nice park above I-5. The sites are a little close, but better than some with grass in between. Helpful staff. Would stay here again when passing through.