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This is an attractive RV park that is actually in an orange grove! You can literally reach out your window and pick oranges, and you can pick as many as you want. We happened to be there when the oranges were ripe so we took advantage of the luscious gems. The staff was very nice although check-in was a bit slow. Interior roads are easy to navigate. Our site was long and level consisting of fine gravel. Yes, you do track it inside your rig so shoes off is a good motto. There is some separation between sites due to the placement of the orange trees. The WII FI worked off and on, getting very slow at times. Directv satellite worked fine. Verizon had 4g and 2 bars. There is a pool table on the upper level of the main office which we enjoyed. The main ding is the NOISE. The park is right off CA 99/58 and Edison road so there is near constant road noise. To add more entertainment, there are nearby trains that sound like they are running right through the park. Seriously, it was hard to get a good nights sleep. The other detraction is not their fault as it exists outside the park, but it is unsettling - trash, trash and more trash. We have never been in such a dirty town. We counted 7 mattresses thrown on the side of the road in a 2-mile distance in addition to various and sundry other items tossed aside. Bakersfield needs to clean up in a bad way! We loved the RV park but the noise level was too much for our tender ears. Unfortunately, we would not stay here again.

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An expensive but very nice state park - one of our favorites for the year! It used to be a parking lot so it's not fancy by any means; however, the park is right on the beach. We could see the ocean from our windows, some days better than others depending on if another RV was blocking the view. The site we were in was a back-in with full hookups. The full hookup sites are staggered which is a bonus for helping maintaining views of the ocean. These sites, however, are close together so there is no privacy. It was surprisingly very quiet. There is a small hillock behind the full hookups which helped buffer any road noise. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets! The park was not crowded in December although it filled up more on the weekends. Be prepared for wind - it was windy just about every day. And I don't mean a light breeze. The WII FI was really slow to the point of being useless. Great Verizon with 4g 4 bars. Directv satellite coverage was also perfect. There are two camp hosts that alternate time and all of them were very friendly and helpful. We loved it here!

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Staff is great. They work hard to keep the campground neat and clean. Trash is picked up very promptly! WII FI worked pretty good. Verizon service is very spotty even with our extender. Most sites are long but you have to do a little jockeying to find the sweet spot. Overall, quiet but you are definely aware of the nearby trains. There is also a race track a few miles away, and when it is used the engine noise is apparent. We only heard them a couple of times. As others mentioned, the road leading here is narrow and winding so take your time. It is pricey to stay here but campgrounds are very limited in the area.

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Rather strange route to get here. You pass through a rundown part of town, cross over railroad tracks, and dive down a hill. It's not apparent that you are heading in the right direction but eventually you see the entrance to the park. We waited a few minutes for someone to come over to the office as they were running around the campground. They have flooding problems, and there are markings on some buildings noting flood levels. And, the website will indicate whether they are closed or not due to flooding. There is even a link to check the river stage. There are tons of warnings regarding bugs and other nefarious creatures. Guess we lucked out due to the time of year we were there as we had no problems. Roads are gravel and dusty. There are quite a few seasonal sites but they are fairly neat and tidy. It's a pretty large park with a mixed bag of sites. Some sites are really nice and level while others are cracked and not so level. There are trees in some loops but not in others. We could not get the WII FI to work. Satellite with Directv worked fine as did Verizon. It was fairly quiet in spite of the Fed Ex airport right across the river with near constant activity. Many sites are right on the river and others have a fairly clear view. It's fun to watch the tug boats and small freighters. It's a bit of a hike for one night but it might be interesting to hang around for a few days.

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We were just looking for a place to overnight. This RV park is just off the interstate 40 but it is a bit of a circuitous route to get to it. The last mile or so is very bumpy with potholes so playing dodgeball is recommended. When we arrived, no one was in the office. We drove around and looked at a few spots before selecting one. For large rigs, the sites are very unlevel. We had to jockey several times to find a semi-sweet spot. There is nothing fancy here. You can walk down to Lake Eufaula but it is a pretty dreary place. This park just had a weird mojo for us. Maybe it's different in the summer. It is overpriced for what you get.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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A decent but older KOA. Small office with a few products for sale. We interacted with the woman who was the owner, and she was very nice. We had some electrical issues at a previous campground. The owner kindly let us hook up to the utilities to make sure everything worked before paying. If the electric didn't work, and we needed to run our generator, she also offered to put us behind the office rather than staying at the nearby Flying J. Luckily, all utilities worked fine! Busy road right in front of the campground but it quiets down at night. The campground is far enough away from I-15 that the highway drone is fairly muffled. There was quite a bit of snow on the ground when we stayed so it's hard to say much about our site. It was pretty level though. We didn't try the WII FI and just used our phones. Good for an overnight!

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This RV park is nothing fancy ... at all. I truly don't know how they justify $60 a night for gravel and dirt sites that were muddy when we arrived. Our site was just long enough for the motorhome but we had to park the car sideways to fit. The site was narrow, and there was no privacy between sites. There are several long term older RVs but sites seem reasonably cared for. The park is on route 41 across the street from a water treatment plant. The road stays busy during the day but quietens down at night. You can walk to the beach which requires a short trek up route 41 past the water treatment plant and down a beach access area. Verizon coverage was 4g 3 bars, and the WII FI actually worked!! Directv satellite coverage was fine. When we were there, it was very noisy. There were people next door and behind us with lots of kids, car alarms going off, and loud talking. We would not stay here again.

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We arrived in the evening after a trying travel day. I jumped out to pay but the owners suggested we make sure everything worked in our site before paying. Huh. That's a new one. The owner guided us to our site which involved circling the entire campground which is small but there are tight areas for big rigs. We barely fit in the site with our tow vehicle and were worried it might be damaged by someone using the interior road behind us. I began getting the inside of the MH ready while my spouse hooked up the utilities. I noticed we had no electricity so I brought it to his attention. Our surge protection was cutting the power. The owner tried to help to no avail. We verified quiet hours, and I started the generator so we had power. It was very cold, and the temperature inside was also cold. My spouse remained outside trying to get the electric to work. The owner happened by and said that we couldn't run the generator, that they never allow them. It wasn't crowded at the park so it would have been nice if he had made an exception at least for a little while. We were convinced we would be spending the night at a truck stop when my spouse finally got the electric to work. And it worked fine until the morning when it conked out again. FYI - the next RV park we stayed in the utilities worked fine. Huh. They only take cash or check. We would not stay again.

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This is a nicely laid out park. Wide roads with no overhanging trees or other obstacles. Sites are concrete (pressed to look like slate) and fairly level. There are hedges but some of the sites are still close together because of the angle. Ours was close; however, we were traveling with friends so it was not a problem. WII FI was good with our extender. Our friends didn't have an extender, and they had problems connecting. Directv connected without any issues, and Verizon had 4g and 3 bars. Great location for visting the local wineries. Two big dings - constant road noise from 101 and construction inside the park. We, unfortunately, were parked right next to the area where they stored the construction materials. Starting at 8:00am and ending at 5:00pm was the constant cacophony of bobcats running in and out of the storage area. We, literally, could not sit outside and even had to close the doors and windows inside so we could have normal conversations. We relayed our dissatisfaction to the park staff but there was no offer for compensation. If we had known ahead of time, we would have stayed somewhere else.

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Strange layout in this park. The entrance is confusing with no signs to direct you to the office. The pull thru sites are actually two sites front to back. We took up two sites with our motorhome and attached toad. The park backs up to a truck station so there is noise from there and from the highway. The WII FII did not work. Directv did not work due to trees. Verizon coverage was reasonable. Decent view of Mt Shasta if it's a clear day. It's ok for overnight but not as a destination park.

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Staff courteous, prompt and helpful in finding the best rate for you. We stayed 18 nights over 3 occasions. Good and accessible interior roads. Sites are concrete, long and pretty level. There is a small patio area. We couldn't put our awnings out due to trees which provided sparse shade. Mostly dirt between sites - looks like they planted some ground cover but it didn't quite take. The one time I used the laundry facilities all of the washers (door and seals) were dirty. The dryers had lint in all the screens, and one smelled moldy/mildew. WII FI did not work. Directv worked fine. Verizon was 4g 4 bars. This is a busy park with mostly overnight stays. There are lots of long term tenants but most of the sites were neat and clean. There is the constant drone of noise from freeway no matter where you are parked. Very for convenient for visiting wineries.

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Check-in fast, efficient, and friendly. A very crowded campground with many long term residents. All the sites seemed well maintained. A little tight maneuvering around in a large motorhome. Roads are somewhat narrow and there are many cars parked in the road. Lots of trees but they are well trimmed or just tall trees. Our site was strange. When we checked in, the host mentioned that we could use as much of the road as we needed. He wasn't kidding either. We jutted out on both ends - the toad wasn't even technically in the site, it was in the interior road. The site was not very level although we were at a weird angle due to the location of the site. We were not able to get Directv due to trees but the cable was good. Verizon was 4g 4 bars. The utilities worked fine. The WII FI requires patience - it's either very slow or fairly reasonable. There is definite noise from I-5.

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We made a reservation online so there was no check-in, we drove straight to our site. Our site was just long enough to fit the motorhome and toad. Fairly spacious between sites, some more than others. Utilities fine, WII FI not so fine(didn't work), Directv fine. Verizon had 4g 2 bars but sometimes our phones didn't work at all. Definite road noise from either Coburg Rd or Beltline but it quiets down at night This is apparently a known high crime area; unbeknownst to us until my husband's bike was stolen in the middle of the night. Both of our bikes were on a bike rack secured with a kevlar cable. The thief(s) cut through the cable, and stole my husband's bike from the inside rack. For whatever reason, they left my bike. They are the same brand except one is for women and one is for men. So only $900 down the drain rather than double that &$#**. The only slight satisfaction is that my husband had previously removed all the bike pedals. So it must have been an interesting escape. The camphosts and sheriff were both pretty blasé about the whole deal. A) the campground needs security/cameras and B) campers should be made aware of the situation before arriving. Such a letdown! Anyway, there is lots of shopping but it is extremely busy - you feel like an ambulance chaser trying to find parking spots at Costco, Trader Joes or Winco. There are also many places to have your RV serviced which was the main reason we were here.

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Check-in was quick ... maybe too quick. They had the package ready, handed it to you, and sent you on your way. No additional information provided. The roads are somewhat narrow, and there are lots of hanging trees. You play dodge ball to get to your site! We and our friends had premium plus sites which are presumably big rig friendly. As our friends were backing into their site they hit a heavy, low hanging branch causing significant roof damage. The RV park took no responsibility. It is irresponsible to represent a site as big rig friendly, pay extra for that site and have obstacles to deal with. Our site was long and wide enough but it was challenging parking due to trash bins and lightposts. The tow vehicle would only fit sideways. The sites do have nice concrete pads but the sites are pretty close together. The WII FI didn't work - seriously for the money you pay this is expected to work. Lots of ducks and duck poop and constant noise from highway 49 (we were right by it though). The main advantage of this park is that you are right in wine country. Other than that, we would pass this one by.

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Check in was quick and efficient. They guide you to your site which is nice enough but not necessary. The sites are narrow with cracked concrete pads for the tires. It's a bit of a challenge to get situated properly. Our 45 foot motorhome fit in our site but just barely. There is a pad adjacent to the site for the tow vehicle. It's a rather utilitarian park with many long term renters. We were able to get Directv and Verizon cell coverage. The WII FI didn't work at all. Be prepared for constant noise from 395. Great place for shopping - all the big box stores are in the area.