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Date of Stay:
September, 2009 -
Camped here over a full Labor Day. The tenters weren't always considerate, but they quieted down after an emphasized curfew time. Park staff clean the sites after tenants check out, and park was accommodating when we wanted to stay past our reserved time, even though they had a large rally group coming in. "Premium" site designation can be misleading. It means a site usually located on the perimeter so no one is directly behind you. It can also mean very unlevel: so much that you can't level a larger coach. This park is older and not refreshed, but there are no glaring deficiencies. Paved roads to dirt sites may be tough to negotiate with larger rigs, but not impossible for those who can drive well. Suggest removing toads near office to assist with maneuvering. If you like camping in the pines on dirt with full hookups, this place is for you. The park encompasses a lot of acreage not used for camping, so you really can be "in a forest" if you get a perimeter site. Beware the hospital next door does have life flights coming and going at any hour, although surprisingly this weekend very few flights were heard. Reservations can be tricky if you don't know the process. Suggest calling the local Tahoe office versus the Florida corporate office to make your reservations. We camped at Tahoe Valley Campground in a Motorhome.