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Review Count: 3
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 0

The Fair Park RV - Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton, California

Date of Stay: July, 2017 - $50.00
Overall Rating:      

Very tight spots with narrow roads where parking regulations are only a suggestion. Had 50A back in site where we had to park toad away from unit because there was no room for coach and toad. WiFi was iffy. They have another park on site that is used as a mobile home park for permanents. Have heard they will convert that to a real RV park which may provide the opportunity to provide significantly better sites. With that said, it's the only game around. We camped at The Fair Park RV - Alameda County Fairgrounds in a Motorhome.

Clean Restrooms
Clean Showers

Site Details

Site Surface
Power Hookups
50 Amp
Sewer Connection

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
Interior Roads
Tight Turns
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Not Convenient

Review Count: 3
States Visited: 2
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Camp-N-Town, Carson City, Nevada

Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $35.00
Overall Rating:      

Friendly staff, large pull through gravel sites. Close to everything and within walking distance of many stores. A few turns tight for big rigs, but nice park for a few days stay. We camped at Camp-N-Town in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 2
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Placerville KOA, Shingle Springs, California

Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $55.00
Overall Rating:      

Not big rig frIendly. Stayed at this park twice, once before and once after their “big rig” area addition. Will not stay a third time. Interior roads in old section are narrow with sharp curves. Sites are narrow and difficult to get into with lots of unkempt landscaping. New Big Rig section has same narrow roads with sharp curves. Vegetation has not yet grown to full height. Big rig sites were very long but so narrow that with all slides out, I could not get to patio area without pushing trees aside or stooping under. No lights here, so needed flashlights to get from car to coach when returning after dark. Big rig area is water and electric only, no sewer. I asked about a dump station and was shown location on a map, but was told I needed to circumvent the entire old park road to get into “proper position” to use dump station. Not willing to go onto old roads again with large coach so didn’t dump. Big rig area is directly adjacent to the freeway so noise is high and constant, especially at 6 AM or later when commuters are heading for work in Sacramento. This park has an excellent location but is suited for smaller rigs and short stays. Cost for big rig site, without sewer was $55 with KOA discount, which seemed very out of line with park. We camped at Placerville KOA in a Motorhome.