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We stayed at this campground in November 2016 and I gave them a poor rating because of the Wifi that was essentially worthless. We decided to try again and we were delighted to find they had excellent Wifi. Either they upgraded their Wifi services or they fixed what was broken. Both Verizon and T-Mobile reception is non-existent so the campground Wifi is very important. This is a nice, well-maintained campground with easy access off I-10.

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I asked for a long site so we could leave our tow car connected. We were given a site with a large tree on the passenger side near the exit. To miss the tree on departure would require using 1/3 of the site in front of us. I called the office and asked that they leave that site open. They said OK and within an hour they assigned someone to that site. The following morning we had to ask the neighbor in front of us to pull forward so we could depart. Bottom line: DO NOT rely on the office staff. Inspect the site before you pull in. Interior roads are narrow and some corners have 8-inch diameter telephone poles in the ground forcing wide turns.

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This is a very nice, large campground. The pull-though sites are extremely large, probably 90 to 100 feet with adequate room on each side. The sites are level. There is easy access off I-10 and close to Flying J. Very quiet. We enjoyed our stay.

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This is a nice campground with easy access off of the interstate 10. Pull-through sites are large enough to leave the tow car connected. Management is very accomodating.

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Spoiler Alert. The campground Wifi is so bad it is worthless. Once connected, we could not get our email and it stalled when trying to load a web page. And, the campground was about 30% occupied so I doubt it can be blamed on other campers hogging the service. To make matters worse, there is no Verizon reception at this campground. So, we had no phone or Internet service for our stay. This is a nice campground, but the advertised Wifi is a joke. Why can't campground owners see the light and upgrade their Wifi to a usable service. They would definitely get more business. I would have given this campground a high rating if it was not for the poor Wifi.

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This is a great place to stay and deserves a higher rating. The campground is very clean and the pull-through sites are spacious. And, we appreciate not having trees that block the satellite dish reception.

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The only thing good to say about this campground is, "It has a great view of the Mississippi River." When we were escorted to our campsite, there was a small lake on the port side of the campsite. The shore water connection was leaking. The escort said someone would come fix it. They never arrived in our two day stay. The sewer system is poorly vented. A strong sewer smell permeated the downwind side of the campground. Yukkkk! The grass areas were so full of dog crap that you had to watch were you are walking.

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The entrance to Timberline RV Park has low hanging tree limbs that drug along the top of our motorhome. Upon arriving at our designated camping site, we found a large tree limb extending half way across our site. I made three attempts to swing wide to avoid the branch and finally gave up, calling the office to get another site. The second site was OK, supposedly a pull through, but the exit side had a downward grade requiring that we back out on the day of our departure. We plugged our 50-amp power cord into the pedestal, turned on the AC and left for lunch. Upon our return, we found the power was off and the coach was hot. I called the office and they promptly arrived and changed the breaker in the very old pedestal electrical box. That fixed the problem. The sites are fairly close together and there is a fire pit between each site. If you don't like fire smoke, this is not the place for you, because there are many fires at night: and this is in the heat of August. In summary, this campground is past its prime. In its day, it was likely a very nice campground associated with the Yogi Bear franchise. Evidently, Yogi left and today it is in a state of disrepair. Hint: Trim the trees. Many of the sites are not level. Some sites have gravel, others are grass. Lastly, it appeared to be a good place for kids with swimming pool, bounce pad and pedal cars.

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We stay here once a year when passing through and always enjoy this well-kept campground. Easy in and out and the sites are large.

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This RV Resort is designed for long stays and it is a very nice place. We stayed a week and enjoyed the location and the facilities. Two cautions: 1. The trash pickup is only two days a week-we had to purchase a cheap trash can at Home Depot to hold our trash. 2. They don't tell you at checkin but you have to register in the mail room to receive mail. We received a stern lecture from the mail worker that we hadn't registered. And it is not mentioned in the large stack of resort information materials we received at checkin.

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The water is very hard and the campground has made no effort to adjust the spray of the lawn sprinklers. After the first night, I was dismayed to find hard water spots ¾ way up the side of our motor home and covering the right side of our tow vehicle. I called the office and they basically didn't care. To make matters worse the sprinklers run every night. After two nights, the entire right side of our motor home was covered with hard water spots. Quiet hours are 10:00 pm to 7:00 am. One local camper starts his loud diesel truck at 5:50 am and runs it for 15 minutes before departing. Overall, this was a very unpleasant experience, especially considering what we paid for the stay-highly overpriced!

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The water is very hard and the campground has made no effort to adjust the spray of the lawn sprinklers. After the first night, I was dismayed to find hard water spots ¾ way up the side of our motor home and covering the right side of our tow vehicle. I called the office and they basically didn't care. To make matters worse the sprinklers run every night. After two nights, the entire right side of our motor home was covered with hard water spots. Quiet hours are 10:00 pm to 7:00 am. One local camper starts his loud diesel truck at 5:50 am and runs it for 15 minutes before departing. Overall, this was a very unpleasant experience, especially considering what we paid for the stay-highly overpriced!

     

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Vail Lake Resort

Temecula, California

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This is Not a resort. It is a high priced, run down campground. The roads have pot holes, the trees along the road hit the top of our RV, the trash dumpsters were overflowing, the camp sites are dirt or gravel, most sites are unlevel, and no Wi-Fi in the camp ground. Verizon cell coverage is very poor, no picnic tables, and empty beer bottles on the miniature golf course. After two days of overflowing trash dumpsters, there is a mass of trash lying on the ground around the empty dumpsters and no staff to clean it up. The campground is two miles from the lake and there are fees to use the lake. On the positive side, they have an attractive swimming pool area, a separate water slide for kids, and nice live oak trees on the property. It would not be so bad if it wasn’t so overpriced. Based on our experience, it should have been half what we paid. I heard the campground is in bankruptcy and also heard they are tied up in financial lawsuits. We will never stay here again.

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We have stayed here for the past several years when passing through Wyoming. This campground is making continual improvements and we found it much cleaner and well kept on this visit. The owners are doing their best to improve this campground.

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This is a very nice campground. They have made many improvements since we visited a year ago. New gravel, new pedestal wiring on some sites, much more attractive campground. And, this campground is military friendly. We enjoyed our stay.