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We were in gravel pull thru site. Took a 1 inch board to level side to side. Picnic table provided. Have to bring own propane or wood fireplace if you want a fire in your site. A group fire pit was available and lit every night. Numerous bocce ball and free games available. Two club houses with kitchen facilities are available.

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Had an asphalt, pull through site. Needed 1/2 inch board to level side to side. For $60 a night, pad should be level. Good trees for shade. Sewer hook up raised about 10 inches from ground level. Had to lift hose to drain. Saw numerous RVers putting way too much effort into dumping. Sites are short; 60 ft. max length. My rear slide out on drivers side caused me to move 10 feet past end of site to clear sewer vent pipe. This made truck impossible to park in site, without putting wheels on grass. Not a bad park. Needs major improvements to justify $60 a night.

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Stayed here 3 times with our club. Back in gravel site. Needed a 1 inch board to level side to side. Fire pit and picnic table provided. Good combination of sun and shade in Redwoods. Close to Santa Cruz and many attractions. Staff very accommodating. Led to site by staff member.

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Flat, level, gravel, pull thru site. Site approximately 60 ft. long. Water and electric at site. Free dump stations (4) when exiting park or you can pay for putouts. Lots of shade, fire pit and picnic tale. Very friendly and helpful staff. Stayed Sunday to Friday. N0 AT&T reception at site. AT&T worked at marina docks.

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Had a flat, level, gravel, pull through site. Picnic table & fire pit. Site about 70 ft. long. Narrow site. Electric, water and sewer. Secure intranet was slow but free. No AT&T service in park. Verizon was spotty. Staff friendly. Close to US 101; traffic noise noticeable. Back in sites up hill are in trees and farther from the road. Small playground for children. Propane & dump station on site. Would stay again if traveling through area or to use as a base camp to see area.

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Great campground for kids due to the numerous activities. There was a large number of children in the campground. I was not surprised, based on earlier reviews, and since many families keep returning because their children enjoy the activities so much. We were in an asphalt, pull thru spot. Our problem was I needed three, one inch boards to level my fifth wheel, side to side. For $70 a night, I don't believe I should have to work to level my fifth wheel on an asphalt site. Roads seem plenty wide for big rigs, but I was surprised to see the number of rigs that kept getting stuck in turns. I would return since my daughter and grand daughters enjoyed the park so much.

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We had a river site. The site was a back in, flat, level, dirt site with water and electric. There are no sites with sewer on the river. Getting across the one way bridge, with a 13'6" height limit from Highway 49 was the toughest part of the drive. Verizon is the only cell carrier that seemed to work in the park. Parts of the park were closed for periods of time due to school programs and a wedding. There was a dump station available when leaving. WiFi was free, and slow, but it worked.

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Had a flat, level, gravel, back-in site. Staff made it easy to park. Sites have two sewer hookups so you could choose the most convenient option. Wi-Fi worked well. Nice picnic table in site. Free coffee each morning and free chili fogs on Friday night. Nice campfire program. Staff constantly asked if they could do anything to make our stay nicer. Use driving direction on web site. GPS not aware of closed streets due to Columbia State Park. Very nice park. Only down side was no good spots to take dog on walk due to narrow, windy road. Would definitely stay again.

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Very nice park on the north edge of the Phoenix area. We had a level, gravel, pull through site. Sites have concrete patio and aluminum picnic tables. Many over the air TV channels. The Wi-Fi was very slow. Very dog friendly park. Staff was very helpful. We stayed for seven nights. Would definitely stay again.

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The two best things about this park are the location and price. WI-FI cost $5.99 for 24 hours. The sewage hook ups in the site was horrible. There is a box with a sliding door between each site. The idea is you put you sewer hose end into the box and what you dump runs down a concrete chute into the sewer. There is no way to seal your sewer connection like every other park I have been in over the last 26 years. With your hose in the box, the sliding door was open at least 4 inches. The odor was awful. Even if we were not dumping and we kept the box was closed, sewage odor reeked out of the box at times. I guess when anyone on our line dumped, we all got the odor. Walking around the park, sewage odors would suddenly occur. I saw boxes with tarps, bungee cords and rocks in an attempt to control the odor of sewage. Most people only hooked up their hose when they wanted to dump, but that did not seem to stop the odors. The staff said the boxes are Nevada State law but the sewer connections on the end row and all other Nevada RV parks I have stayed in have normal pipes that are sealed by attaching the sewer hose end. I will not return.

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We have stayed in the Park en-route to Phoenix the last four years. I have always liked the park and staff. I was pleasantly surprised how nicely the park has been fixed up. The grass pull through sites were level. The grass was well maintained. Almost all the trashy full time rigs are gone. The landscaping of Dog Island and the campground has dramatically improved. WI-FI was free and a reasonable speed. Cable had 70 plus channels and was clear.

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Camped for 1 night. Had a level, gravel site. Grass on both sides. No picnic table. WiFi very slow and kept disconnecting. Good stop before driving into LA basin. Good park for dogs.

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Had a level asphalt, back-in site. A little tight to back in my fifth wheel, but it was manageable. Wi-Fi was free and was an acceptable speed. Cable TV was fine. Stayed here 3 nights. Park was clean and well maintained. Would stay here again.

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Sites are large, flat, level concrete with grass on both sides. Roads are wide asphalt construction. Each site has a picnic table. Everything about this park is first class. Staff is friendly and helpful; the grounds are immaculate. There is a free shuttle to the Casino every 20 minutes.

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We were in a 33 foot 5th wheel and requested a site that would have room for a tent. We were given a back in site that fulfilled our needs. Site was gravel and took two, 1 inch boards to level side to side. There was no sewer at our site but a honey wagon was available for a $5.00 cost. Great camp ground for kids. Good gravel roads and drainage was good after two days of pouring rain. Nice KOA. Only complaint is there was room to park two vehicles in our site and still be off the road, but the extra car had to park in over flow parking.