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While we really like this park’s people, staff and locale, I.e. beaches, dunes, restaurants, etc., we are losing patience with the lack of care the owners seem to take in the facility. While the staff is very helpful and seem focused on performing their tasks well, it appears whomever controls the budget doesn’t want to invest in a little TLC – pull weeds around horse shoe pits, repaint the laundry/bathrooms, ensure washers/dryers function properly, put "solid" doors on showers stalls, etc. Day rate calculated with Coast To Coast discount.

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This was just an overnight/in-out stay, our first time at this park. The office staff was very helpful and even switched our site when it became clear that, with our overall length, the original one assigned wouldn’t work as a pull-thru. As an older park the sites are narrow (designed for the old shorter rigs with no slide outs). A lot of the sites have obstacles (trees, light poles) at the entrance to the site. That was what happened to us. There is a long dog run that is well maintained. Day rate calculated with Good Sam discount.

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Beautiful park 17 miles from civilization. This was off season so it was quiet with little golf cart traffic but still many activities. There are few trees to shade the sites during extreme temperatures (like the 100’s we experienced - not the usual for May). There are 2 off-leash dog parks. The one we used was well maintained and provided a lot of space for multiple dogs to run and play. The laundry room was neat, clean and cheap ($1 for each washer/dryer). In addition to the day rate, we paid $4 per day for electricity. That seems very high considering that over the past 6 years of full-timing across America, the highest daily rates we ever paid were $2.63 (Wisconsin) and $2.29 (California). The full-time residents are metered but visitors are bilked. Day rate calculated with SKP discount.

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Again, we enjoyed the park and facilities. They were finally replacing the Sycamore bathroom (loss to a fire a couple of years ago). But they still do not have a dog run for all of the dogs staying in the park. We are at this park often and can’t understand why they don’t enforce rules – children (even as young as 5) driving electric vehicles (scooters, motorbikes, golf carts) on the interior road, dogs not on leash, and loud parties into wee hours. (It would also be great to have them do work on sites that are left with LARGE puddles of standing water after rainstorms.)

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They have made positive changes in the power grid. You need to look for new power poles in the site to be sure you have good clean electricity but this is an improvement. They are selling spacious sites with views of the surrounding landscape for full-time living.

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We like so many things about this park - nice staff, friendly campers, long term sites are clean/neat, great views, near to beaches/dunes, restaurants, etc. etc. etc. We just wish they would apply some basic TLC. You know - paint bath/laundry rooms, ensure washer/dryers work properly, install solid doors for shower enclosures, etc. We will probably continue to go but it would be great to see some improvements.

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In just the one year since our last stay, the park is showing wear and lack of TLC. The previously praised bathrooms are now dirty, shabby and have broken fixtures. It still works for overnights when traveling Interstate 5 through California. Day rate calculated with Good Sam discount.

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Good location on north side of Reno, with casino access across the parking lot. All spaces are wide enough for rig and towing vehicle to park. Front spaces have better landscaping but rear spots have closer access to fenced dog runs. Only complaint is stay limitations. During season (May through October) you can’t stay longer than 2 weeks even if you pay the weekly rate. During off-season, you can stay continuously at the monthly rate. While understanding the rate differences, we disagree with the stay limits. If we had reservations and paid the higher fee, why couldn’t we stay longer than 2 weeks? Yes, they can charge the highest (the daily) rate on week-ends when they are almost full, but more than 50% of sites sit empty during the week. Day rate calculated from weekly fee.

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This is a great small park! There is a family atmosphere for all residents, the few full-timers and those only up in the mountains for parts of the summer. The owners have continued to update and upgrade. There are a number of groups that return year after year. Weather has been varied, during May/June we have experienced both snow and extreme heat – so pack accordingly. Right outside the park is a large treed area that is just great for running your pets. Day rate calculated from monthly fee.

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Very narrow sites, almost like a parking lot. Showers require tokens (not quarters), but office fails to mention that when you check in. OK, for an overnight (water and 30 amp electric only), but a Wal-Mart parking lot or the Paiute Casino provides more space and is cheaper.

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Strange layout; if the park had been full we are not sure we could have executed the move they suggested; space numbers on the payment but very faded. If you are coming from the South off I-15, you might want to get fuel at that intersection’s truck stop instead of waiting until you are in Adelanto. This park worked very well for an overnight.

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Still does not enforce “pets on leash” rule consistently; lots of large dogs off leash, even dogs that charge other dogs walking in the roadways. Sites are on the whole very large in the newer sections (Sycamore, Willow, and Oak). There are lots of trees but you are able to get satellite access if you’re careful about rig placement. There are very few “street” lights throughout the park area so it can get very dark at night. During winter, heavy rains can create large puddles on sites.

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There are lots of trees but narrow sites. RVs are paired within spaces but in opposite directions. It is close to town. A mix of permanent/summer-home park models between conventional RVs. Gracious office staff, very helpful.

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The park is right off Interstate 5 with nearby restaurants and fast food: a true oasis. The interior road ways were asphalt but the very narrow RV site surface was a mix of concrete and gravel. The sites were level. The bathrooms are the best we have seen: unisex, self-contained bath room like at home with sink, toilet, and shower in one lockable room. There were surfaces to sit on both in and outside the shower enclosure.

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This is the first time we have stayed here during “season.” It was full most week-ends with busy families. There is lots of room on the dunes for both people and dogs. The sites vary as to width and level. Bathroom, showers and laundry facilities are available at strategic spots in the park. The laundry rooms are small only 2 units (washers/dryers). In the upper facility, both dryers were out of order and it took weeks for them to fix them. Things are clean but the park really needs some loving attention to upgrading/painting/repairing items: dryers, landscaping, club house area, etc., etc., etc. The toilet/shower stalls do not always have solid lockable doors. The office hours for summertime are limited to 9 am – 5pm.