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Date of Stay:
June, 2006 -
This park is in a quiet, remote location on top of a hill. The paved access road is slightly steep in places, but quite manageable. There are some nice views from several sites, but most of these do not have 50 amp hookups. The roads around the park are paved, but everything else is gravel. There are a few shady spots, but most are in full sun. Small trees were planted apparently without consideration for slides and required extra maneuvering to avoid them. There was no escort to the site, as was advertised. The manager was seldom in the locked office, but an intercom to her residence was provided, and she would appear soon after being contacted. The wi-fi was inoperative at the time of our visit, but we went ahead and paid for two nights, anticipating our wireless phone card would work for an internet connection. It didn't, because of the remoteness of the place, which we thought was an inconveniently long drive from town. After staying one night, we decided to leave and asked for a refund of the unused night. We were refused, which was a first for us in our RV travels. The park host said she didn't have the money (which we thought was less than truthful) and that besides, the no-refund policy is on their brochure. It is, but on the last page, which we didn't read until after check-in. We also overheard the host, a somewhat brusque woman, chiding another customer about his driving ability because he was requesting a pull-through instead of the back-in space he was assigned. For us, the negatives here far outweighed the positives, and we won't be coming back. We camped at Cloud Nine Park in a Fifth Wheel.