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We drove to another RV park on Beach Loop Road and the navigator said keep on driving, it just wasn't inviting looking. We continued on to Beach Loop RV Village where the navigator saw the grounds and said "we are staying a week". The park is very well maintained, circled on most sides with evergreen trees, and a cranberry farm on one side. The sites are spacious with nice grass areas between them. They escorted us to a pull-thru site and provided information about the park and the local area. Our site had 50 amp, water and sewer. The water pressure is about 30 psi. The free wi-fi is good with good speed. Things must have improved since the older, lower ratings. The park is well laid out, clean and inviting. We paid the weekly rate of $150, very good price for the park and amenities.

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We arrived at Klamath Kamp without reservations, and got a pull-thru full hookup site for two nights. The camp wi-fi is free, but since it is shared HughesNet satellite, it is very slow. One disappointing thing: there is no views of the Klamath River from the park. Other reviews may claim they had river views, but not at this park. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites are well spaced. Our rooftop satellite dish was able to get a signal over the trees. Enjoyable stay. We paid $34.50 a night.

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Island RV Park is located right on the shore of Clear Lake. The park is most full of long term residents. There are a few spots for those that drop in. We arrived without reservations for a one night stay and they had one open site. The sites are narrow. Our 40 foot three slide RV had about two to three feet between our slides and our neighbors slides on both sides. OK for the money in a scenic area, but we will look elsewhere in the future.

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Nicely maintained park with the standard RV layout. They escort you to your site and assist you in parking so you are positioned in accordance with their policy. The restaurant at the park is very busy and very good.

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Very relaxing park. Off-road vehicles are not allowed to drive through the park, keeping the dust down and keeping it quiet. The sites are well maintained. Each site is raked after a guest leaves, making it appealing and welcoming for the next arrival. We stayed here as a base for visiting the metal sculptures in Borrego Springs which is a 15 minute drive away. We aren't desert people, but this place was very welcoming and relaxing.

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We tried to make online reservations for Borrego Palm Canyon Campground, but all of the hook-up sites at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park have a 35 foot maximum length limit. Why is this campground marked as "Big Rig Friendly?"

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Nice Oregon State Park by the rogue River. Black top sites with some full hook-ups, some water & electric. Sites are located around camping loops with nice grass areas and trees. Good amount of space between sites. Nice walking trails through the park and along the river. Can be challenging to find satellite access for roof mounted satellites.

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Olema Campground is a nice campground for visiting Point Reyes National Seashore and is a one hour drive, 37 miles, from San Francisco. The price is very good compared to closer San Francisco RV park options. The campground is very large with good spacing between sites and separate areas for tent campers. This will definitely be our base for any future visits to the San Francisco area.

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Well maintained county park. It is in a valley well below the surrounding area thereby eliminating street noise. Long, paved sites with good sized grass areas between sites and large grass areas for recreation. A quick running creek winds through the park. Great value for $15 a night.

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Closest RV park to our relatives in Sandy, UT. Nice park that is well maintained. You can request a site and length of stay when making reservations, which are highly recommended. Your chance of getting one of the sites you requested is unlikely. We have been staying here at least once a year for four years and only once got one of our five requested sites. They also usually have the length of our stay wrong. Checked in today for a two week stay. They charged us for two weeks, but our receipt says paid through July 4th vice July 12th, and our receipt says check on July 11th vice July 12th. This is the most inefficient office staff we have dealt with in eight years of full timing, but since they are the only RV park within 20 miles, we keep returning to visit our family.

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This campground is about 16 miles from I-84. The gravel sites and utility poles looked recently done, but the sites are fairly short and close together. It would be alright for a brief overnight stop but I wouldn't want to spend multiple days here. The large grass area between the RV sites and the river is nice. Too bad the rest of the campground is not as nice. The turn at the end of the loop was quite tight for our 40 ft RV plus toad due to the cars parked along the side of the grass. Due to the 32 mile round-trip from the freeway, you can save four gallons of fuel and an hour driving time by staying in Meridian just down the road. We passed on this park and moved on to Meridian.

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We arrived at 11:30 AM and were told we could not check in until 1:00 PM. We parked in the Casino parking lot and went in the casino to have lunch and kill time. We returned at 1:00 to find a sign saying they would return at 1:20 PM. At 1:20 a clerk showed up and checked us in. Level concrete pad with room to park our car, good sized grass area between sites. Sewer connection is located at the back of the site, needing a couples of hoses. The threaded sewer opening is in a deep recessed concrete ring, so if you screw the sewer hose connector into the threads you cannot connect hose. The Wi-Fi was strong and fast. The hotel/casino has recently expanded with construction still ongoing so the entry signage wasn't great, but there is enough room to turn around at the golf course.

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Very nice "Passport America" affiliated park. We parked our 40 ft. motor home on a level pad with a wide grass strip on each side. The park is clean and well maintained. The Wi-Fi was strong and delivered very good speed. They desk clerk gave use strict rules about pets, which were the usual leash and scoop. As pet owners we appreciate parks that enforce the rules. This is one of the nicest discount camping club RV parks we have used.

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The small park has many older RV's, some long term. The grounds need maintenance. The park is not a good choice for larger RV's. We had to unhook our Jeep to maneuver through the campground to leave. We did not stay here due to the run down condition and overall appearance. The large 5th wheel that arrived behind us also did a walk through of the campground and departed. Sad to find a campground not worth $12 Passport America rate.

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Good, inexpensive location for visiting Devils Tower. Electric hookups only. Water available to fill water tank when arriving. No sewer hookups and no dump station. We ate at the restaurant twice. The breakfast was very good and the hamburgers were even better. The restrooms in the restaurant were clean. The campground has two port-a-potties which we didn't check. The staff was very helpful and friendly.