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Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Lakewood RV Park, White City, Oregon

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

We were just driving through and stayed only 1 night. 6 miles of I-5, away from all traffic. Only cash accepted, Good Sam discount available. The site sloped pretty good, but I was able to level my RV. Pull through, hookups worked but no Wi-Fi available, gravel sites and left and right all gravel too. Plenty of monthly guests, didn't really help the overall picture. The restrooms could really use a hearty cleanup. For 1 night and not asking for too much, it might be OK, but I wouldn't stay longer. I would probably look for another place when again in this area. We camped at Lakewood RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Devil's Lake State Park, Lincoln City, Oregon

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $23.00
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We stayed for 3 nights in this park and it was a pleasure. Nice, tiled restrooms - and they were clean! The sites are paved but somewhat narrow. With a slide out you have to watch the power pedestal and the pavement. Off the pavement on one side and you are not going to be level. The hookups worked fine and Virgin mobile worked to our satisfaction too. Some sites are too short for bigger RV's. We had to search a bit for a spot for our 35' 5th-wheel, however no problem for getting in and out. Short walk to lake and info center and even into downtown and the waterfront. We will definitely stay here again next time we are around. We camped at Devil's Lake State Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Cape Lookout State Park, Tillamook, Oregon

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $20.00
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We stayed here for 5 nights and very much enjoyed it. However, coming from Nehalem Bay State Park we realized that this is an older park. Nothing wrong with the sites, they even had sewer, but the restrooms are definitely dated. They were about as clean as you can reasonably keep them but the overall picture definitely makes you keep your flip-flops on in the shower. The Virgin mobile service really sucked and almost only past midnight I was able to get some data through (phone and internet). The beach access is great, the roads are all paved, some sites have more trees and some sites are pretty open. Wind and rain can be a real hassle on certain November days as we had to find out. For bigger rigs you might have to search for a long enough site for your RV and tow, however, we didn't have a problem with a 35' 5th-wheel. The hookups worked fine and are the usual style as you find in state parks. We will certainly return if again in this area but will choose another provider for our phone and internet. We camped at Cape Lookout State Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Nehalem Bay State Park, Nehalem, Oregon

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $20.00
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We stayed 5 nights and really enjoyed it. It was our second visit to this State Park and again a great experience. The hosts kept the restrooms more or less clean and they were all tiled and therefore were OK. After all, you are in a Sate Park and not in a 5 star resort. Most of the days it rained pretty heavy and nevertheless the grounds were still OK as the trails are paved. The wind can sometimes really shake your RV. There are plenty of deer walking through the park. Virgin mobile worked very well in the park. Hookups include water and power with a central dump station. We will definitely return next time we travel the Oregon coast. We camped at Nehalem Bay State Park in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Sandy Riverfront RV Resort, Troutdale, Oregon

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $32.00
Overall Rating:

We arrived on a Sunday where the office is closed. Therefore, we didn't get a code for the Wi-Fi and the restrooms. The sites are level, on concrete, with enough room for your towing vehicle or tow. The hookups are ok, not the latest but working fine. On the second day we got our codes for the Wi-Fi and restrooms and the world was much better then. Plenty of seasonal guests but overall the pictures was still nice. The park rules wouldn't allow for deteriorated RV's. Trees are on the outside perimeter, nothing on the inside, satellite should be fine on the inner sites. The whole place looked clean and well organized, except the closed office on Sunday's. We would stay again if in the area. We camped at Sandy Riverfront RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Olympia Campground, Tumwater, Washington

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $28.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed for 4 nights and would come back if again in the same area. The restrooms were clean, not super clean, the tiled floors were nice but I would have liked the shower cubicles to be bigger to have more room to dress. Additionally, instead of just 1 hook several hooks would be nice. The sites were more or less level, on dirt and as mentioned earlier, the buddy sites are really close together. We stayed here in November and the fir needles on the floor were about 1/2 inch thick. Nothing wrong with that, but whatever you do, you will bring a good part of it into your RV. The Wi-Fi was working great and the hookups were ok too, even though a little bit dated, at least everything worked. No cable TV though. Being outside you could hear the train going by, but not inside. The same goes for the I-5. Every once in a while we heard an airplane, but nothing major. There were some seasonal guests too but NOT that many to influence the overall picture. We camped at Olympia Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Island View RV Resort, Osoyoos, British Columbia

Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $35.00
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The park provides backup in sites on different levels up a hill. The higher up you are, the better the view over the lake and towards Osoyoos. The sites provide everything you need, pad is concrete, parking for tow too, some have a little bit grass. The wireless was reliable and fast, after a few drops everything worked fine. The cost is Can$ 30 up to 34 feet long in the off season, add Can$ 5 if longer. The washrooms were clean, not super clean, showers are coin op. Nothing for pets or even children. Unfortunately, most of the time the office was closed and to pay for an additional night took me several runs to the office during the hole day. Obviously, that is what you get in the off season. I would return if again in the area. We camped at Island View RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

San Diego RV Resort, La Mesa, California

Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $44.00
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We stayed 2 nights and this park is only a short walk away from the MTS-Trolley station giving you access to whole San Diego. I-8 is right outside the park fence, be prepared for some noise. The sites are back in except 2 and situated between palm trees, angled to each other. Therefore, the back end of trailers or Motorhomes are very close together and you have to be very careful with bigger rigs to park them. Not much of a problem for my truck camper, but even I had to watch the trees very carefully. The office closes at 5 p.m. and there is no information available after that. Even though check out and check in is at noon, the office was closed well before and the sign said "will be back at 1 p.m.". The internet password gives you 4 free hours after you log in and and if you come back some hours later, you have to pay. The restrooms were kind of clean but as usually I was missing a lot of hooks and would have appreciated if the shower head would have been higher up. The restroom light is on a timer, so if you are not the first one entering the restroom you might forget to set the timer and all of a sudden you are in the dark. Rates are higher on weekends too. If I return, then only because it is so close to the trolley system. We camped at San Diego RV Resort in a Truck Camper.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Anaheim RV Village, Anaheim, California

Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $42.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed for 2 nights and didn't visit Disney Land, but other attractions. The Park is a parking lot with green grass between every other site and lots of palm trees. It looks nice and is well maintained. All sites are sloping towards the front which is not a big deal, 2 planks under each front wheel and you are level. The sites are pretty narrow, but there are different sizes available. All hookups are there, but no cable TV. The restrooms are clean but from the outside look of the property I expected something nicer. Don't understand me wrong, everything is tiled and pretty clean, but the tile work is not so nicely done and there are a few details asking for a handy man. Additionally, the space to put on your clothes is very limited, there is only 1 hook and if the shower door would be replaced by a nice curtain, you wouldn't wet the floor while opening the door. And a clean curtain would look way nicer than the not so clean glass doors. I didn't use the pool or the hot tub and the store was already closed upon returning again. A big surprise was the Disney Fireworks every evening right outside your RV window and the good access to I-5 and other main streets without being to noisy. I will return if again in this area. We camped at Anaheim RV Village in a Truck Camper.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Barstow / Calico KOA, Yermo, California

Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $46.00
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We arrived at nightfall and were assigned a site close to the front. Therefore, we had the noise from I-15. Typical KOA, pretty clean restrooms and showers. Had to use token but they were free and it was possible to add more tokens without leaving the shower. More than 1 hook would be nice in the shower and maybe a bench, and the space to put on your clothes is very limited. There are unisex showers and they are bigger, but I only found out after my shower. The laundromat is clean too and the machines were all in working order. Our site was level and I didn't have to use planks. Driveway and sites are on gravel and the WiFi worked fine. I didn't check cable TV. I would given a higher rating if the park would be further away from Interstate 15, but would nevertheless return if in the area again. We camped at Barstow / Calico KOA in a Truck Camper.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Mammoth Mountain RV Park, Mammoth Lakes, California

Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $47.00
Overall Rating:

We arrived at Thanksgiving Thursday. The park was open, but no staff available. The info at the office gave us 3 sites to choose from and a price quote and a code for the restrooms. Well, we hooked up to the power and wanted to try the restroom but guess what, the code given was wrong. We toured the park and asked another happy camper for the code and finally were able to take our shower. As there was no staff, it definitely showed in the shower and the restrooms. It would be nice if the shower would offer a bigger space to put on your clothes and more than 1 hook would be nice too and maybe a bench, even a small one! A real pain in the neck is the button you have to press every 4 to 5 seconds to keep the water running and if the shower curtain would reach the base, the whole floor wouldn't be flooded after a shower. The next morning, the girl in the office wouldn't even listen to our suggestions nor discuss a discount or anything else and just said "oh yea, we had to change the code due to security reasons". But why wasn't it changed in the info given to self registering guests? The park itself is nicely setup but certain sites are pretty close to the main road into Mammoth Lake, be prepared for some road nose. I assume, if staff would have been present and the restrooms would have been clean, my rating would be higher. We camped at Mammoth Mountain RV Park in a Truck Camper.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Zephyr Cove Resort RV Park & Campground, Zephyr Cove, Nevada

Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $32.00
Overall Rating:

We arrived after a major snowfall and were given a plowed pull-through site. I just hooked up the power and didn't care about the rest. The showers and restrooms were heated and clean even though there were quite a few RV's in the park. In the morning, a staff member came and cleared the sewer hole so I could dump. The water hookup is winterized and it worked too! The WiFi was fine but not the fastest and I didn't need any coins for the shower. Overall I was impressed and will return again when in the area! We camped at Zephyr Cove Resort RV Park & Campground in a Truck Camper.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

San Francisco RV Resort, Pacifica, California

Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $58.00
Overall Rating:

This RV Park is basically a parking lot with painted lines and narrow sites. Right on a bluff at the ocean front you can enjoy priceless sunsets. Laundry and restrooms were OK, even though I expected something nicer. They start to show some wear and tear. Staff is only here until 05.00 p.m. Therefore, arrive earlier to get the code for the restrooms and the instructions for the Wi-Fi. Due to no cleaning in the evening, the restrooms don't look that great in the evening and early mornings. The Wi-Fi worked but was soooo slow it was unbelievable - and that in S.F. at a Good Sam rate of $ 58.30 for the smallest site they had. However, I will return the next time I'm in S.F. simply because it's close to downtown and is much better than the other park you can choose. As an owner or manager I would definitely increase the staff hours into the evening for cleaning and accommodating late arrivals. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Truck Camper.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Candlestick RV Park, San Francisco, California

Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $69.00
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We wanted something close to downtown S.F. and that's why we ended up here. It is basically a parking lot with painted lines and the spots are very narrow. We only have a truck camper, but fortunately the site left and right of us was empty, otherwise with the windstorm we had, the RV's would probably have touched each other. And yes, the razor wire is still there! I don't know who they want to keep out - or in? With the help of a few boards we were able to level our camper and the WI-FI worked just fine. The showers are another story. They are all tiled, even the ceiling! However, the shower heads and the controls for them should definitely be replaced. I tried all showers after having seen how the first one worked and then ended up in the first one anyway. It took me several minutes to make sure the water was spraying more or less in the right direction and not over the curtain and as well to find the right water temperature. More than one hook would be nice and maybe a bench - and definitely another shower head. I don't know how often these facilities get cleaned, but they haven't seen much more than a mob on the floor. I think $69 for something like that is a bit too much and as there was a S.F. 49er game the next day in the stadium across the road, the manager was asking $105 for that day. Therefore we left and most probably won't return. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Truck Camper.

Review Count: 82
States Visited: 12
Helpful Reviews: 9

Napa Valley Expo RV Park, Napa, California

Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $36.00
Overall Rating:

A very nice park. Has paved roads, concrete pads and grass, no trees though. The big advantage here is the proximity to downtown Napa. We walked over the bridge into downtown and didn't had to drive at all. Enjoy the wine train or a good dinner with some wine and safely get home to your rig. The private shower cabinets are not too big and the only downside was the noisy fan in the shower, but you didn't need coins for the shower. We were parked at the end of the park towards Silverado Avenue where at times we got the traffic noise. Good Sam rate and we will return when again in this area. We camped at Napa Valley Expo RV Park in a Truck Camper.

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