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Nice overnight park, wouldn't stay for many days unless visiting Mr. Shasta. Sites are asphalt and shaded pull through and are stacked, so someone may be behind you. There are smaller back-in sites around the perimeter. No amenities but the Pilot next door is great for a fill-up, very easy access.

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This is a excellent resort park. Has many amenities and the sites are just gorgeous. This has to be one of the nicest parks we have ever visited. Just nothing negative about this place and you could easily vacation here.

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We are TTN members which explains the low rate. The park is divided into a north and south section. We parked in the south side but walked the park every day for exercise. The sites are roomy enough and the FHUs are good except the power leaves much to be desired. My voltage hovered between 109 and 112 during our stay. Wifi is available in the laundry and family center. Staff was very friendly and helpful.

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We just overnighted on our way to Idaho. Nice clean park, nothing special. Lots of trees so probably no sat connection. The sites and FHUs were good and it is easy to maneuver in the park. Would suggest for all overnighters as it has easy highway access.

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We stayed for a couple of days and found the park to be very adequate. Staff was friendly and the sites were narrow, but acceptable. The sewer is at the read of the site so you may have to disconnect your toad in order to dump. We just parked at the back of the site and parked the toad in the front. The Wifi was very good and there were no trees so a sat connection is easy. The casino is a short walk from the CG and it does have some nice amenities. We would definitely stay again for an overnight or a few days. Pendleton is just about 5 miles west.

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Nice park with adequate FHUs. No 50 amp and a sat connection is difficult as there are trees. Wifi is good as is cell reception (ATT). Sites are on the small side but satisfactory. Grounds are clean but the park is a bit dusty and could be better manicured. Staff is very nice and helpful. This is an excellent location to explore the beauty of Idaho and the town of McCall. Rate reflects a weekly rate.

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The park is behind a Days Inn which apparently took over a Ramada Inn. The park is as described in other reviews: older and in need of some work, nothing fancy. But, that being said, the park was clean, and I only saw one permanent site that should have been removed. There are few 50 amp sites, and those are really suggested for the Arizona area. We were here for spring training and to visit family so we found the park to be acceptable and safe. We will certainly return.

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This is a nice city park located about 5 miles from the strip and is on Boulder Highway in Las Vegas, not Boulder City. The park has several pull-through sites with excellent hook-ups. WiFi and cable included in the price as is 50 amp service. Located close to the strip on a Casino property is very nice. All sites are paved and the access roads are wide. No picnic tables available.

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This is a very nice county park situated in the Salinas Valley. The sites are narrow, but shaded and the hook-ups are good but only 30 amp. Sat TV may be difficult as most of the FHU sites are shaded. The posted rate is a weekly rate and during the "off season" which is Oct 1 to May 1. The park is used by many groups but much of the time it is empty. Difficult to find a Ranger and you pay at the CG entrance via an envelope and Pipe deposit system. Nice Ag Museum on the property and lots of space for day users near the CG.

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This is a wonderful park, well run with an excellent staff. If you need showers and bathing facilities, this park is not for you. No pool, but who needs one with the 0cean so near. The sites are huge and the utilities excellent. The wifi is good, but can be inconsistent at times. Great location and near any San Diego area activity. It is a very quiet park, perhaps the quietest park we've ever visited. I only hope they don't convert it to condos as was rumored during our stay.

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Certainly not inexpensive, but a very nice CG in a good location at the southern tip of the Silver Strand as it joins Imperial Beach. All the sites are wide and will easily handle your rig and 2 vehicles. Every RV is parked on a gravel pad and each side is paved and bricked. Weather here is wonderful and if you are doing the SD area, it is a fantastic location.

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We enjoyed our week here as it is a safe and decent campground for area visitors. It is not the kind of CG for lounging in your site, etc. The woman running the place is terrific and helpful. The main problem here is that there is no sewer hook-up, so come with empty tanks. If you stay for a week you will get honey bucket service at no additional fee. They come around 9 a.m. on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday. It is probably the best deal for camping on the entire San Diego coast.

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Nice park, very clean and the owners take obvious pride in this park. The sites are small and close together, but have tables at each one. All the amenities are available (pool, playground, laundry, etc.) Great for a few days when visiting this historic area.

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Very nice park and part of the casino complex. The sites are pull-throughs and are very large. The FHUs are new and in great shape. Not many amenities, but the casino is close and HB's Lounge is a good spot for a simple dinner. We've stayed here several times in the recent past and always enjoy our stay.

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This is a great park with large sites, excellent hook-ups and great amenities. Large registration area with great staff. All the facilities are top notch and it is wonderful to be able to get up in the morning and pick a fresh orange (the best I've ever had). We have been here twice now and will make it a regular stop on our east west travels. It is also close to the Crystal Palace and the Wool Growers Basque restaurant, both worth a visit.