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This is a nice clean RV park in cental Gilroy adjacent to a large shopping area. Despite being near the highway, it was rather quiet. The sites, however are really crammed together and as with many RV parks these days, filled with permanent residents. Two really disappointing things we noticed was (a) they cleaned the bathrooms for an hour during the prime morning hours, so we could not do our business nor take showers, and (b) had a sign in the bathrooms that said no children under the age of 16 in the bathrooms without a parent.... really, 16? We don't have young children at home, but still felt this policy was bad. No picnic table and no morning sun due to the crammed sites.

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This is a very clean and pleasant campground with ginormous sites in a nice desert setting. No shade. some of the sites we really huge and could handle large RVs.

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So Death Valley National Park is over 5,000 square miles in size, yet at this primary campground, sites are crammed together in a generally rather ugly campground. Unfortunately it's probably the best campground for RVs so it is really too bad that the camping experience for us was not favorable.

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I am hesitant about giving this campground a good review because I want it all to myself. It is one of the most beautiful and amazing campgrounds we have ever stayed in, rivaling some incredible national parks... but with hookups.

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We stayed just one night in this clean RV park in Chico. For an RV park, the sites were pretty large with gravel pads and a small section of grass and a picnic table. While not on a freeway, the Esplanade can be somewhat noisy since it is a major street. The one disappointment is the cost. $45 with a Good Sam discount is WAY more than the RV park should be in a smallish town, specially comparing it to really fabulous parks like Seven Feathers in Canyonville, OR. Because of the overly high price, we probably would look for something else in the area next time.

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Beautiful camping in the dry camping bluff area, sites in the 50's and 60's. The hookup area sites were rather close together and not very appealing to us, but those on the bluff were secluded and nestled in the trees overlooking the Straits of Juan deFuca. We liked most of the sites in the 50's and some in the 60's which were more protected from the winds. Bring your generator as there isn't adequate sun for solar.

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Basic for a WA state park. Conveniently off the highway and quiet. Down side is crackling high tension power lines running across the back. OK for a night or two.

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This is a nice campground on Eagle Lake. We stayed in a non-hookup site nearer the water, but it looked as though most had power/water. The sites are huge. What really was bizarre is that the restrooms did not have showers - bizarre. The beach was nice, but no formal trails to the beach. The water is very shallow so fishing without a boat isn't really feasible. The dump is across the street.

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This campground is very quiet ...that's because it's a zillion miles down a squirrelly road. The pluses is that the sites are huge and wooded, and there is a nice lake nearby. Despite expectations, most of the sites are not lake front...you pretty much have to drive. No hookups. The good news is that we paid just $17 with PPA. But since this was an overnight for us, next time we'll pick something closer to the road.

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This was a very nice campground run by very nice people. Although there weren't very many camp sites for travelers, most of the permanents were up in another place, so they weren't an issue. It is a great campground for visiting Columbia and Jamestown. The bathrooms/showers were adequate, but needing an upgrade. We paid using our PPA membership...their standard rate of $49 is way too much.

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This is an acceptable stopover campground if you pay the club rate of $20. Their $40 standard rate is too much. While near Hwy 99, is turns into white noise, so that's not a problem...the trains on the other side blowing their horn are. One unisex bathroom/pay shower was a disappointment, although spotless. The sites are nice green grass which was nice.

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Hmmmm. I don't really believe in grading campgrounds "on a curve". This is an acceptable place to stopover but not an 8 or 10. There are only around 12 hookup site and they are pretty close together. The stream is about 2' wide. There is a millpond down the road. I really wouldn't bother to stay here next time we're traveling down 395.

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This is really a fine campground. It is convenient, quiet, has reasonably large sites, nice restrooms & showers (free) and has an abundance of trails for walking and dogs. There is also a super logging museum that is part of the park within walking distance, plus it is a perfect place to camp for access to crater lake.

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This is a fine campground on many park-like acres with large sites and lots of grass. It is in a valley near the confluence of the Kootenai and Moyie rivers. While it is remote enough to be isolated from road noise, there are train tracks nearby, so you may be awakened by a whistle.

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For an overnight stopover, it's fine. Small in size and not too many spaces. On the plus side, it is a picturesque campground with acceptable sized spaces and very clean large restroom and shower facilities. On the down side, the road is fairly loud and it's 1/2 block from RR tracks, also loud. Table, but no campfire grate.