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Had a flat, level, pull through gravel site. There was a picnic table, cable and free WI-FI. Large site, no need to unhook tow vehicle. Very handy park. Have stayed here many times and always enjoy this park. Great park to walk dog around the perimeter under the orange trees.

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This park is a flat, level asphalt parking lot with painted lines designating spots. Was charged $17.00 for a pull through plus $1.00 for the dog. Spots are tight. The motor home next to me put his slide less than 6 inches from my trailer. Price is right for 1-2 nights. AT&T phone service work very poorly in park. Could only get three, poor, digital, over air TV channels. No WI-FI or cable. Dog walk is small, sand filled, dirt enclose under the freeway. Lots of traffic noise and Sirens due to Las Vegas Fire and Rescue Headquarters behind RV park. Based on the price, one or two nights are fine.

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Rate was based on staying more than 30 days. Electricity is charged separately. Flat, level, gravel, back in site. I was in the dog section. Each site has a concrete patio to park on. There are no tables or other services provided. WI-FI was free and the speed depended on the time of day it was used. Laundry rooms were large and clean. There are many activities available if you wish to participate. The park was relatively noisy due to sirens and traffic on surrounding roads. The park was convenient to visit spring training baseball stadiums.

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Flat, level, gravel site. Trailer and truck only 50 Ft long but had to unhook for one night stay to stay out of raodway . Electric, Water, Sewer. No tables or any other amenities. Had to park truck next to trailer. Price is right. Would stay again for overnight stay.

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Had pull through gravel site. Did not have to level side to side or unhook for one night. Each site has grass on each side, a small concrete patio and a picnic table. Electric, Water Sewer and cable worked well. Was told WI-FI was down for maintenance and was unable to hook up to WI-FI. Campground was clean and a good stop over spot for one night.

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Flat, level gravel pull thru site. Brick patio, with picnic table. Good drainage in rain. AT&T worked well. Tengo internet was slow but free with coupon. Roads were good. Site long enough, 60 ft plus, not necessary to unhook. Easy access from freeway.

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Drive through gravel spot Took a 1 inch board to level side to side. Spot was about 60 feet long; did not have to unhook the truck. Good WI-FI and lots of cable channels. A picnic table was provided and rocks divided sites.

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Had gravel pull through site. Had to use 1/2 inch board to level side to side. Concrete patio and metal picnic table. No cable. 21 over the air TV channels. Very helpful office staff. Would stay here again.

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Flat, level, gravel, pull through spot about 75 long. Fence rail on each side to separate rigs. No picnic table or shade. Good place to stop for one night. Hit a hot streak today. 105 degrees at arrival, cooling down to 79 degrees. Park was clean and OK to walk dog around.

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Had flat, level, gravel, pull through site, did not have to level. Grass on both sides. Picnic table in good shape. Very helpful staff at check in. Could not put out awning but with big pine tree on passenger side, and large magnolia tree on driver's side there was plenty of shade on the 100 degree day we arrived. Close to office and pool. Would stay here again when enroute through LA basin.

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Flat level, concrete, pull through site with concrete picnic table. Good WI-FI and cable. Due to trees have to maneuver to get slides and awning out. Grass was watered every night and was always wet. Long site; plenty of length for Fifth Wheel and truck. Close to Bordertown Casino and Coffee Shop. Staff is very accommodating.

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All sites are back in. RV's park on level gravel. Tow vehicles park on an asphalt pad. There is a concrete patio with a nice metal picnic table on each site. No cable but 27 over the air channels. WI-FI was free. Depending on time of day, WI-FI could be very slow. Had to get access code for WI-FI and gate code from office. AT&T phone service worked well. Nice lawn leading down to Sacramento River. Can hear vehicles on highway.Very windy every afternoon. Good lighted fishing piers.

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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.