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Convenient to the Nat. Park. Wooded and rustic. Limited or no wifi, cell coverage iffy. We experienced a problem. On July 1st, we had a flat tire. Since there was no Verizon service, the managers loaned us their landline to call for Roadside assistance and make arrangement for a tire replacement and mount service to get us somewhere to get the other 5 replaced. It was a relief and a kindness we really appreciate. Good people! After getting replacements in LaPine, OR, our trip continues.

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Convenient location for sightseeing Mt. Shasta. Level sites, wide interior road. Most sites are all gravel, some have a patch of grass. Bring cash or check, no credit cards. Great view!

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Pros: Very picturesque and secluded surroundings. Worth the drive off 101. Friendly staff on the grounds and in the office. Good selection of supplies in the "store". We stayed for a week sightseeing the shore and the redwoods. Salmon/Chicken BBQ on Sat. definitely worth the fee. Local talented singer and nationally known saxophonist entertaining during dinner. Needs improvement: WiFi almost useless. Was told it was being "upgraded". Our back-in site was on the side of a bank and the sewer hook-up was uphill, hard to dump our tanks. Then, there are the free range chickens and their droppings. Campers are asked not to harass them, but they were everywhere. Messy!

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We liked the park, landscaped grounds, spacious sites. Our stay was brief. We just spent 2 nights. Staff friendly and helpful. As previous comments mention, when they say WiFi is available, make it available, please. Especially if no cell service coverage. We needed to confirm reservations for our next stop on the OR coast.

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Add our "5 Star" review for this RV Park. Spacious gravel parking space, longer than our 37 ft. rig towing an SUV. Patio has picnic table. Wide paved road, lots of space between sites. Well kept grassy areas. Two pet areas. We stayed 2 nights as we were going on sightseeing tour at Hanford B Reactor. A must see for history buffs.

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Pros: We have stayed at Lakeside RV Park in the past and have always had a good experience there. It's near enough to our family and friends in the area. We have a 37 ft. motorhome and tow our Honda CRV. Our 2 mini dachshunds travel with us too. The big rig, pull through sites are not roomy, but we have no trouble getting in or out. You need to pull in centered enough to allow for the slide outs. We don't spend a lot of time in the park, we're out visiting most of the time. We find the facilities to be well kept. I take the dogs to the assigned area and the management supplies bags and scoopers as well as a disposal container. Con: The only big drawback is the lack of internet access. This is the 21st century. I always have my laptop and need to have Wi-Fi or a modem available. If we were ever to need to make our stay longer, I wouldn't return here unless internet was on site. The next door RV park has Wi-Fi and we'll stay there next time if there is no internet here.

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Kind of hard to find the entrance off Highway 99. Signage pretty obscure. They have welcoming office staff. We drive a 37 ft. motorhome and tow a Honda CRV. Site was narrow, but doable: couldn't extend our slide-outs fully. Park amenities were adequate and the bathroom/shower was clean. Dog area was at the end of potholed rutted area, and unpleasant w/droppings. Wi-Fi service was available for $$.