Tony T

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This is a great place to stay when visiting Santa Barbara or as a destination for some much needed R&R. I stayed in one of the full hook up sites on the hill. Plenty of room. The space is a rustic ranch style setting with lots to do and see. Amenities include 2 pools, in ground spa, adult lodge, family lodge, a small store and even optional horse back riding. Beware the road leading down to the park is a narrow winding one lane (at times) road (approx 1 mile) and it may be difficult to maneuver if you had to pass someone else while entering or leaving the park.

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This seems to be the trend for many Thousand Trails parks, semi run down, often in a rougher neighborhood and many people that live in the park. There is a pool and spa which would be nice in the summer and a small store which had very little. Spots are very tight, like 2-3 feet between slide outs of the neighboring rig. I will stay here again if in Vegas because I belong to TT and it is affordable. The people and staff I talked to were very pleasant on the upside.

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This is a good place to stop on your way to and from a destination for the evening. Near food and gas and is what i believe a safe stop for the night. Big rig friendly.

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This is a no frills place but it is clean, spacious and quiet at night. It is in a great location in the park. Power and water are good. Supplies and gas close by. Camp host was friendly and rangers in kiosk are friendly and informative.

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This is one of the nicer TT parks I stay in. Rustic camp setting which I really like, lots of shade trees, gravel sites need some leveling, some pull through sites, most sites have only water and electric only. Lodge with adult area, pool tables, and plenty for kids to do as well. There is a pool and lake access for fishing, small on site store in case you forgot something.

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This is one of my favorite Thousand Trails parks I have been to, I go regularly, there are approx 18 river front sites but they are hard to get and are a better fit for bigger coaches, there are also 50 amp and cost extra per day to stay in. This place is pretty crowded and if you get there on the weekend you may be stuck with what you get and it may no be what you want. Small store/Mexican restaurant out front, great frozen yogurt across the street. Many residents here but friendly and mostly clean. Very rustic setting, sites will need some leveling and you will be pretty much camping in an RV. Its hot here in the summer and a great place to raft or tube if you like the water, which is wonderfully cold!!

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I had to write a new review for this campground. Sad to say that this place has went down hill since my first review in August 2012. Lots of very old rigs with stuff piled around them. Bathrooms in disrepair and the only place that I really felt kind of o.k. (safe) was is the 50 amp area were I had to pay more money to stay even though my rig is only 30 amps. Morgan Hill is turning into a low income residential RV park. I will stay here only as needed when conducting business in San Jose.

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This is basically a parking lot with level parking and hook ups. Clean great spot if you want to take the train to the grand canyon, which you can walk to from you site. Close walk to town and grocery store and route 66 memorabilia. I used eye plugs as I am a lite sleeper and the trains kept me up. Would stay again if passing through.

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This is a very basic place for a nights stay on the way through. I had a pull through site so no need to disconnect car. I would stay again if passing through. Walked to a nearby Mexican restaurant, but the neighborhood is a little on the rough side. The lady that helped me was very nice. My rig is 29' in length.

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This was my first time to Verde Valley TT and I found it very nice. Stayed at the very last camping section the furthest in the camp ground and it was very quiet. Had a back in spot that was not very level but the river down below could be heard . Most Thousand Trails camps are pretty primitive meaning the spots are gravel at best and some leveling is needed. I wouldn't have it any other way. Restaurant on site with good home style cooking and small store with some needed stuff. Cool Place.

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This is a clean friendly park. There seemed to be some residents but rigs are newer and sites are clean and clutter free. Not much room around your rig. Enough to get in and out but really no place to hang out and relax. They have a small pool and I did see a horseshoe pit as well as a little store with game room and TV. Free coffee and pastry in the morning was a nice little touch. Staff was very nice. This is a great place to stay for a few days while passing through. Close to I-5, with a little freeway noise. I would stay again.

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This is a nice family park that offers great views and has a nice pool for kids and family alike. There is a hot tub for adults but this is not enforced. The folks that work here a friendly and helpful. The only drawback is if you go with family and they have to rent the lodges, it's $200 a night--ouch.This place is way off the beaten path, you may even think you are lost. Just follow the KOA signs and you'll make it. I was able to get satellite. The sites are dirt and some are shaded. I did see a few bigger A class RVs, but nothing over 35'.

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This is a very rustic style campground (which I like), sites are dirt and pretty level. Finding shade may be difficult, but not impossible if you look. Satellite TV comes in good. This is a membership style park, although it has recently opened to the public and I hope to see some of the new funds going toward improvements.This park could be really great. There is a pool for adults only and a larger family pool. Ice cream social on the weekend and the serve dinner Friday night and breakfast on the weekends for a small charge. If you like pavement and green manicured lawn, this may not be for you. This place is quiet and away from town and freeways.

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This is a membership style park, although during the winter months the part where members stay is closed and you will be placed in the public part of the park. Member part is open April-Oct then closes to winterize. The public part is pretty level has a fire pit and picnic table at each site and is just across the street from the member section. The member part has tent sites, cabins and RV sites, some sites back the river and are shaded. This park is in the forest and about 30 miles from Yosemite Park via Hwy 120. During my stay there were maybe 10 people and it was very Quiet. Getting here in the summer when it is hot may be hard on your RV as the climb up 120 is steep and slow going. If your are looking for a RV resort this in not your type of place. Camping, fishing, hiking you will like.

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Had a great shade spot #221 and was able to get satellite TV from my site with a little effort.I really liked this place had a great big pool and free coffee for members at the adult lodge. Lots to do for both kids and adults. Kind of rustic in setting which I like and there was a small creek running through the park.This is my 3rd time out in the thousand trials membership style camping and one thing I must say is the people I have run into are very friendly. Everyone waves and seems glad to see you.