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Park was nice, large sites, open area between sites, alpacas a plus. The bathrooms were clean, but some privacy issues, one shower occupies the same space as the toilet. Great laundry facility.

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Half price with your Golden Access/National park pass. Quiet, beautiful, spacious sites. Some have low branches so be careful pulling in. Lots of water views, wildlife (armadillos, herons, ducks, squirrels,etc). We are so happy to be here, a few other campers but it is very open.

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Excellent. We really enjoyed staying here. Super quiet, dark skies made easy night star viewing opportunities, large sites, interesting local small towns to visit. Had a great week here.

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The park itself was fine. The restroom/shower was next to the laundromat (public). Owners had several cats and while I did not see litter boxes, the overwhelming smell of urine left me wishing I had used our shower. Otherwise the spaces were large, the area was quiet, and it was clean.

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This is a Family park. Lots of children, bikes, etc. Sites are very close together. Bathroom was a large open area which needs updating. No private area to dress/undress so keep your things within reach.

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We loved this park. Large spaced sites, lots of open space, deer wandering through every night, wild turkeys, trails to hike. Quiet...peaceful.

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We were 1 of 2 parked there in October...it was quiet, clean and close to town. We loved it.

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Lovely, quiet, clean, view of river...really enjoyed this park.

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Winter rate in October, so it was really great, only about 6 sites in use. Very pretty, clean, quiet HOWEVER - part of the park closes at the end of October. No amenities near by, 25 miles for gas.

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PA rate. Park has narrow back in sites, however they do have pull through sites outside the main park. It's ok, for one night.

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Showers are locked (due largely to the public access to the river close by), and you have to pay for using them. The park was mostly non-electric, lots of space in between sites, lots of walking paths and because it's a run by the US Forest Service, the National Park Pass is accepted. So we only paid $8/night. Park host was friendly and available. Nearby Red Bluff provided great antenna TV signals.

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Continues to be consistent. We like this park for a variety of reasons, (easy access to I-5, close to stores/restaurants/sidewalks to walk on), but would not stay if PA wasn't honored. The WiFi was a bit too slow, however the park was full, so lots of people using it.

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This was our 3rd stay. We like the remoteness of it and all the fresh oranges/limes and grapefruits that one can enjoy. The park is for sale, so we are hoping that the new owners will continue to honor Passport, so we can use it in the coming years.

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Nothing bad to say. Nice park, large spaces, lots of activities, nature, hiking, helpful staff everywhere. Even the limited services could not deter us. Nature, hikes, views are more than enough to overcome the lack of in park services that we have come to expect. Will return.

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Large spaces, sparse landscape (a few trees), very friendly staff. Clean, well maintained, newly appointed restrooms. Refreshing.