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Just an update of my 2014 stay. Still a great value for a basic site. Picnic tables and clean service building with laundry. Want to try finding crystals in tailing? THIS is the spot to camp.

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Rude check-in staff. The rest of the crew seems nice. Forget the oceanview sites, all you see are dunes and you can see them from anywhere in the camp. Sites were OK sized and level. Cement pads were good. Not a lick of shade anywhere. Back-in ONLY. There is very little in the immediate area, so be prepared to drive or bring your own. The 'world class' claim is a joke. I have stayed in far better places far less expensive with more around them to do. Pool was closed due to weather, understood. But the indoor pool too? I was unaware. A word of caution to the disabled, there are few local business that have ramps. Most businesses have a few steps up to keep them out of storm surge and they have all been grandfathered for ADA. Be prepared to sit in the car a lot.

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No restrooms/showers in the area we were set up. Staff was quite friendly and provided accurate answers to any asked questions. Pretty pricy for what a one nighter gets.Unable to use the amenities as they are in a different area and not easily accessible. Packed in pretty tight. I'd stay here again if the need arose.

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Couldn't find bath/restrooms. 30amp only service despite 50amp being advertised. Open Space with no shade at all. Not a good combo in July. :) As we drove past many owner sites, the one thing that stuck out was how dirty this place is. Grass is well kept and security is good. Very crowded with owner rigs, but most far out of date and in desperate need of maintenance, both site and vehicle. Never again. Why RSI would even want to claim this place is beyond me.

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Restrooms and Shower are not handicap accessible. No big deal, isn't that why we have our own? :) Staff is here only on very limited hours. This is not an issue until you need the wifi code. you MUST make reservations online. If you do not create a user account PRIOR to making a reservation you will NOT get any discounts. If you camp after Sept 1 expects double rates. This campground exists for the Football season. Office hours are only during what is considered to be the prime time. approx 2-4pm. The Wonderful woman that was there in the time window made up for any service shortfalls. The sites are quite small and the entire area is hilly. Be prepared to climb. Once you manage the maze of getting to the campground STOP at the stop sign in the middle of the campground and walk down the hill to the office. If you happen to arrive outside the few hours they are there drive to your spot. Avoid driving past the office. Oddly there seems to be a car or two blocking the way. Each site appears to have a grill and a nice table. There is no pool, the water park has been closed for 3+ years. Would I stay here again? Sure! As long as is wasn't football season and I HAD to stay in Auburn. $40 for nothing more than electric and water? Really?

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This was a 30amp site. Lots of seasonals,every site was clean. WiFi reached to the end of the row on my PC,but too weak for cell phone data. Very pleasant management. This is an outstanding overnight spot. Freeway noise was present,but not horrific. I'd stay here again in a heartbeat. IMPORTANT:Make reservations as soon as you decide to stop here. Darn near didn't get in and it wasn't a 'prime time' day. Nothing really around so have your supplies before you get here. I did not look through the onsite store. There is an RV tech onsite. Sites fairly level could use gravel. Roads gravel and ok.

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The owners live off property, extremely friendly folks. It is excellent for an overnight. There were a number of back in spots if the pull through sites were taken up.I didn't feel it was run down. The lawns were well cared for and the park was clean. We will be back when we need a spot with electric and water overnight stop.

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At $12.50 per night, $300mo this is a super park to base quartz mining. There is only one pull through. Big rigs can easily fit in the spots near the entrance. The perimeter road is paved as are all the sites. Very basic services, but quiet and a peaceful.We have stayed here many times.

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Nice overnighter park; easy friendly management, clean, quiet campsites. Gravel roads could use some pot hole filling, but it's better than speed bumps. Sites were long enough for a 36ft plus tow..easily. I'd stay here again.

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Very few overnight spots right now. Filled with pipeline workers for local projects. Clean and pleasant. Overhead lines aren't a problem. We didn't use the cable. The area was well kept and the owners were quite friendly. My spousal unit made the trip inside, but one of the owners came out to say 'hi' and check me out. He knows who is supposed to be there. I did not hear freeway noise at all. Most spots would have a problem with Sat, lots of shade. Sites were a little short, but we fit well with a 36ft and jeep. I stay here again.

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Base Camp for crystal mining or fishing. Minimart and restaurant in walking and wifi distance. No services at all. Basic cable is $2 and 50amp is $3. Rental trailer available. Seasonals on site.

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Clean and divided between overnighters and multiday stays. Pull-thrus are unshaded. Back ins are under the trees. Pull thrus are near local load so others aren't bothered by early departures. Very friendly on-site management. Good gravel and Private lake. My pick for a short term/overnight stay. No seasonals. Wi-Fi from a local truck stop SiriComm reaches campground.

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Road could use some work, but isn't the camp's fault. Just a tad difficult to access, but if you had already climbed the mountain to get there what's a bit more? WiFi is extra and only works at gate. Overall a nice large facility. Gravel sites, water is quite far in some and turns can be tight. Showers/Restrooms could use some work.

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Difficult for big rigs but doable. Only 1 pull thru site. Waterline was broken but didn't tell us until after we paid. NO refunds. Camp rumour has they are closing the RV side and making it a mobile home park. Mostly seasonals. Gem mine on site is owned by someone else. We wouldn't stay here in future. Too hard to get to with little to show for it.

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Like others I expected a noisy place. A weekday night in the off season should be quiet, since it was pouring down rain everyone should be snug in their beds. Nope. Some individual was out puddle jumping in his atv at 11 pm to 1 am. Next day saw the atv...it was a 'workcamper'. Park isn't that bad. the sites are asphalt paved and there is grass. They are very narrow sites, but it's not intended to be a destination. VERY few 50 amp sites. Counting on the map we were given there shows fewer than 20 of those 300+ sites had 50amp. That would be an issue in summer. Yes the hookups are strange. They are set up so that pairs can face each other. The road could use some work and the registration building really could be a bit wider. This is about 8 miles off the freeway, about 3.5 of that on two lane twisty narrow roads, so plan for a daylight entrance. I wouldn't stay here in season or on a weekend ( raceway is part of this park ) but it's ok if Camping World is full.