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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.

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This is a gravel parking lot with hookups. The hookups are well done. I question the big rig because a 35 ft MH just fits into the back in sites. No pull through sites. Work camper on site. No cable TV even mentioned. Voltage is 127 v and water pressure is 45. Very little grass and what there is is off limits to pets on threat of eviction. LOTS of pet rules. Roads are asphalt sites are gravel and some mud (not horrible, just enough to track into the trailer). Well kept park. Didn't find bath/shower house. Pool closed. Fires only in fire rings: no fire rings. Dock boat at one of the lake side sites. Great for fishermen. Wi-Fi drops out but is OK. A few local eateries nearby. This price in off season doesn't make it. I think I'll pass on this one next time.

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Approx 7 sites available for use. Others are year round. Each site is level on good hard packed rock/ground with lots of grass. All are back in. 4 of the sites are quite easy for very long vehicles to back in. Cable TV is $1.25. $20 = 50amp, $18=30amp. NO facilities, nothing to do. In walking distance of minimart. Use as a base camp for crystal mining. Friendly seasonal campers. Management is rarely on site. When there are a nice bunch of people.

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The access road does need some work. All esle is gravel and smooth. The pads near the river are cement. Guided to site. Friendly folks and a very peaceful area. Good base camp or over night IF you get there early enough to enjoy the view. Not much boat traffic on weekends. Rating is based on value for what is provided.

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Level, if short, spot on loop F. Most people seemed to think that was the entrance road so we got all kinds of traffic day and night. Area around site flooded with a minor rain. Kids 'employees' running all over with golf carts. Sewer connections at the BACK of the lot. Ants had taken over the site. I wouldn't go back here on a dare. Try this, taxi service starts at 10 am. HOWEVER shuttle service on the other side doesn't start until 12. Laser show ends at 10:30ish. Last shuttle runs at 8 pm and Taxi leaves '' after laser show''. Some serious managment problems here. Every employee was polite , no fault there.

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Bus garage noise wasn't that bad. Electric problems were solved after proving there was a problem. Staff was young and not RV savvy. They ran the store everything else was magic to them. Didn't even see a restroom/shower. Level sites but little space. Ok as a base camp.

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Hotels were cheaper at this intersection. Ramada was $33. No posted hotel price was higher than this KOA. Prices are WAY out of line. Pool was good 9ft deep. There is a small hot tub. Facilities were well kept, and yes, there is substantial freeway noise. The sites are level and gravel. They are wide, but little grass. Nice little touches by the staff. If you don't NEED to stop, drive up the road or park at the Walmart across the street. A campground with higher rates than the local hotels is a problem. When I made reservations I was connected with the 13yr old running the desk and he would NOT answer any questions about availability or facilities. WIFi works but at a very low level. High rating is for the facilities and service.