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Rather large CG. Site was gravel and was level and plenty long. Hookups are in the right location. Wifi was good.

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Check in was quick and easy. We had one of the newer pull in sites near the pond. Level side to side but a pretty good slope lengthwise. We were able to level. Otherwise site 52 is a nice site. The WiFi work good, we were told they added access points. Quiet during the week and we had no problem getting in and out.

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This is a great overnight stop. We stayed for 3 weeks while visiting family in the area so had the weekly rate. WiFi is good to poor at times. Good power and water pressure. Far enough from I 65 to be pretty quiet. Close to stores and places to eat.

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Another great COE campground. Our pull through site was 110' long and level concrete. We even had a deck that we could see the lake from, through the trees. Power and water hookups. Dump station to dump. Very quiet as we were here during the week, but the sites are all full on the weekends. OTA TV was only ABC. No WiFi but Verizon was very fast and good phone service.

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Very convenient to the interstate but far enough that there is no traffic noise. The roads are narrow but easy to get in and out of the sites. The sites are narrow. Our neighbor had to put their awning in some to allow our slide to go out. They were sitting right outside our windows. The owner was super nice and helpful. The WiFi was great and fast. Because of the tightness of the sites we would look else where next time. Good for a night or two.

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What a nice neat clean park. Just 15 sites. The owners are very friendly and keep a beautiful campground. Full hook ups and very Strong WiFi. Close to the interstate but not too close. A fan easily covers up the traffic noise at night. We would stay here again.

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A good overnight stop. A bit pricy for what you get. Noisy with the Love's across the street and the highway. We used a fan to cover the noise. On the plus side it is minutes from I-20 and there is fuel and food nearby. The sites are level and long enough. Be careful of the big rocks at the corners of the turns.

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Just a one night stop here. Our fan covered the noise from traffic and the train. Friendly quick and easy check in. This is just a gravel area but it is neat and clean and has full hookups and very good WiFi.

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We are Escapees and stayed here on our trip East. It was a nice place to get off the road for 4 nights and relax. We enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and even attended the Dine-In meal. No frills here but everything worked and was clean and neat. No park WiFi but the Quality Inn next door allows campers to use theirs. We would stay here again.

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Just a quick 2 night stay. We were PPA with tax it was $30. We visited Saquaro NP and Tombstone from here. Overnight sites are across from the office. I was escorted to the site and help to avoid tree branches. All utilities worked well. Beautiful views of the surrounding area. I would stay here again.

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We stayed here while we visited Joshua Tree NP. The site was short but wide enough to park the toad next to the coach. Gravel site with a asphalt patio. There were several meals at the clubhouse and we enjoyed one. WiFi was poor at best. This is a popular spot for snowbirds and they were starting to move in.

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This is a campsite within an Orange grove. Big rig friendly, good WiFi. Easy in and out. Level long sites. We were told to pick all the oranges we wanted. We enjoyed our 2 night stay here and would plan to stay longer the next time.

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They do keep this park clean. Checkin is at the Pro Shop. Then you drive back to the CG. The paved parking on our site was about 32 feet long. We are 40. We maneuvered and finally got in the site with our tires right up to the concrete wheel stop. We were able to let the air out safely then to level. Our coach nose was right on the edge of the road. Parking for the toad was alongside the coach and adequate. We were here to have Thanksgiving with family. Not sure we would stay here again. Lots of what looked like resident sites that did not go by the rules of having refrigerators and storage all around and under their rigs. If you are going to have 4 pages of rules, enforce them. No Wifi in you rig. They said they had hotspots in 2 buildings. It was quiet here for how many rigs are sandwiched in.

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We stayed here for 12 nights and used the weekly rate. Checkin was quick and easy. Our site was next to the bathrooms as the WiFi was best there. The WiFi was not useable at all, very slow to not opening pages. If a campground advertises WiFi it should work. The setting is beautiful, you are in an Olive tree grove. We watched workers pick olives almost every day. Our pull thru site was level and long. There is a little noise from the interstate. We visited several of the Olive businesses in the area.

     

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Riverpark RV Resort

Grants Pass, Oregon

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We stayed here 14 nights and loved visiting the area. The WiFi worked good for us and we used it daily. Our site #17 was a challenge to get into because of a big tree at the front and narrow roadways. With the help of our neighbor and taking it slow, we were able to get in. The car and coach just fit. The owners are friendly and willing to help in anyway they can. The grounds are neat and clean. We enjoyed our time here. Lots to see and do in this area.