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Wow! What a difference a few months make, this park has made a change for the BETTER! The staff was wonderful and very accomodating, even allowed us to store our motorcycle when we went to Mexico for the week!!! They accept visitor mail and packages, no site # needed. All the facilities have been repaired and if something does break, maintenance is right there to fix it. My only lingering complaint is the cleanliness of pool and hot tub, pool could use a good vacuum, hot tub probably drain and start over. The sites are relatively wide with a nice size concrete pad, fhu. Some pull throughs, 30 or 50 amp not always both but they are trying to upgrade that. Dog run, nice garden sitting area, some social activities, beautiful views of sunset and the very best night view of the church at the Center of the World, Felicity. We enjoyed our 1 week stay so much we extended for another week. Nice to see a park strive to become better and this one is exceeding!!

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Stayed here as Coast to Coast, the $2.50 charge is for cable tv. The members at this park are mostly friendly but with member parks there are always those few that make it a bit less than ideal. We were parked to such neighbors which brings me to site size, they are very close. Neighbor left their awning out with 30mph winds, we were afraid it was going to tear off and hit our trailer, left dog out while they were off visiting friends and it barked all day, the 8 year old drove golf cart and mini bike around trailer, had to ask to ride elsewhere. There wasn't anyone for us to tell this to at the park. We had a nice view of river from our second row site. This is an active and noisy park during the day. On weekends they have karaoke and you will hear because it's outside. You will hear and see every engine imagineable, boats, planes, helicopters, quads, motorcycles, golf carts, construction vehicles, etc. They have a nice tiki bar with happy hour daily and weekend entertainment, the music is outside so you can hear at your site. The food is good and well priced, as are the drinks. The store is priced reasonably too and has large selection. The only staff that was friendly was the bar staff. Reservations personnel were just rude and lacked empathy. We had an emergency which landed my husband in the hospital for a week, I asked to extend our stay, we had to move the day after he was released, they said it was up to Coast to Coast; Coast to Coast approved it and called park to book and were told absolutely not it's our peak season. We called and explained the situation and were told they were full, they had over 60 open sites. (Fortunately a 1/2 mile down the road is a great little park that went above and beyond to accommodate us.) They do have a nice dog park/beach. Also have a beach for guests not camped on beach. They have 2 pools, 1 closed for repairs, they aren't the cleanest, bathrooms not too clean either Laundry is outside and $3 a load with full 60 min to dry.

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Pull through sites are shared, you are facing your neighbor and are very close together, I was happy they didn't have a window by my door or I would have seen every move they made. There are 2 concrete pads 6 feet apart, one for your neighbor, one for you, sites are long and relatively level. The website states they have an indoor pool and are working building a retractable roof. Neither is true. The hot tub is inside and heated, the pool is outside, not covered, nor heated, when we asked about it they said "it's a long story". The park is pretty with nice sitting areas around fountains and koy filled ponds. Schedule of daily activities. The free wifi isn't very strong. They do accept visitor mail and packages. Secure park with 24 hr gate attendant. The surrounding area is safe. Camp host comes to welcome you with a packet of brochures and maps of area and good knowledge to answer any questions. Due to closeness of sites, unheated pool and poor wifi, this wouldn't be my first choice to stay at if I were paying the full nightly rate.

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Great park. Great people. Easy 50 amp pull through, with complimentary cable hookup at site, preprogrammed remote from office, free wifi worked well some days but not others, Verizon phone service ok. Pools and hot tub, clean, heated with gorgeous view. Plenty of activities in and out of park, 5 minutes to city of Blythe. On Colorado River with nice beach.

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Excellent RV Park, we hate to leave. The hot tub is huge, the pool is heated where we swam on 60 degree days. The staff is very friendly. Nice reasonable Laundry facilities with lines to hang out your wash. Some daily activities, dinners and dances. Dog park is typical, grassy fenced in area. Pool tables and miniature golf. Free wifi but we were to far from office to work, when at office it didn't work very well either, wonder if they were to reset the repeater if it would help. Sites are gravel as are roads, average size with picnic table on site. Members park and they are all so friendly and nice and were happt to hear we were coming back. In the yuma foothills northwest of town, gps was accurate. Near shopping, Mexico, and many casinos. We have reservations for here again as coast to coast members. One of the few c2c parks that doesn't charge extra for amenities and allows c2c members during peak season. Are fee per night for $14 was $0.

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We spent one night, park is on lake, pull throughs adequate. The electric 30 amp would blow fuses with heater on. We arrive after 4pm, office was closed, went to pay at office at 8:30 the next morning and the woman behind counter rudely stated they aren't open until 9. She was argumentative about our coast to coast fee as well.

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Didn't have our reservation, didn't put us on requested pull through, electric wasn't working properly, swimming pool and hot tub were not open due to heaters being broken, dryers were also broken.

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$15 water and electricity. Reservations can be made but not necessary. Honor system with envelopes at shower house. Fireworks available as well there $5 for 5 nice large pieces. Pull thrus available, level sites, have shared electric peds so double check which side you pull in through. Use of community pool right by sites as well. Pretty shade setting, excellent little gem not far off the highway.

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This was our 3rd and last visit to this park. The staff is very rude and less then helpful, the camp host was even worse, very mean vulgar man. We requested a site we have stayed on twice before only to have them move us to the no motorcycles allowed part of the park, we told them we had a motorcycle and asked for the site we requested, they told us they were saving it for a group of people who were camping together and wanted adjoining sites who had yet to arrive. We were instead told to park it by security and walk the 1/2 mile down a very steep hill and back up a very steep hill to our site. Being handicapped I cannot walk this distance yet they refused to put us on a site where motorcycles were allowed and if we didn't want to do that then we could leave. They do not have any handicap parking or accessibilities in many aspects of the park. There is a fee to everything you do here. Showers are 25¢ extra, facilities are dirty. $48 camping fee which is 50 amp and water, NO Sewer is for 2 adults ($12.50 per night per person extra) and 4 children under 18 ($2.50 per night per child) and 2 vehicles, the one your driving and what your towing is considered 2, $5 per day per vehicle, day guests are $5 per day. They offer a bouncy play area for kids, also $20 each person for the weekend with limited hours and open from 3-7 on Friday and from 11-7 on Saturday. The pool was so dirty we preferred to swim in pond for free. If staying in this area check out Bong Rec area instead and have an enjoyable experience vs staying here. Site was a steep uphill slope.

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Excellent campground with beautiful lake view. Owner exceptionally kind, w/FHU, no WiFi, and limited service through AT&T. Need to find an excuse to stay here again.

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This is the only campground that is open April 1st. The rate is based on no water as it was still below freezing at night. The owner is exceptionally kind, we pulled in at 1130 at night in a pouring rain storm and endured a snowstorm the next day, she was very concerned we had everything we needed and did turn on a faucet we could fill our tank as weather improved, as we were leaving the next day we didn't bother. If you have a large rig, the dump station could be a challenge although the owner has plans to remove the troublesome trees in the near future. WiFi wasn't working and ATT cell service was non existent until you reach the highway. Basic channels picked up via antenna. Would stay again, great motorcycle riding, Amish country, Sparta bike trail and Great River Rd not far away.