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This is a very small park in a great location for sightseeing. Getting to the park has it's challenges. One option is a 1.5 mile 10 percent grade hill and the other is a narrow, curvy, two-lane road for 7 miles. Neither ideal for a big rig but I did it in low traffic time of day. It's easiest to get into the park by going through the fire station parking lot. Discuss all of this when making a reservation. I called way ahead and got the best site in the park - a long pull-thru, FHU with 50 amp. Not many are open for satellite but this one is. All utilities were great and free Wifi was excellent. Strong Verizon signal. All sites looked pretty level but I don't know the hookup situation at others. Office staff is excellent - friendly, helpful, flexible. Rate is partial Passport America for a week stay.

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Easy to get in and out of. Interior roads are dirt and all one-way through the rows of pull-through sites. Utilities worked well. We did not pay for the WiFi. Verizon signal good. Site was grass, level, clear for satellite and very large. Bathrooms were very clean and laundry clean and nice. Price is ROD plus the $5 50 amp charge. Check in process simple, friendly and helpful. We'll stay again if in the area.

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Good road to the park. Small park with only a couple sites for big rigs. Manageable to get into those sites with big area to maneuver. We were not able to get satellite parked in big (messy) pine trees. We had a FHU site with 30 amp and utilities were fine. Free Wifi worked well. Weak Verizon but able to make calls. Perfect place to go into Crater Lake NP.

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Easy to get in/out. Interior roads are paved. Sites are paved. Utilities located mid-site and worked well but very low water pressure up on the hill. Very long site but very narrow. When we pulled in I had to park to allow room to put my slide out and not hit my neighbors awning that was fully extended. Free Wifi worked well. Verizon signal good. Some sites have picnic tables, ours did not.

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Easy to get in if you turn on Golden Oak Dr off of CA 426. Interior navigation is tight. Sites are very close together. Only a couple sites will work for satellite. Wifi very slow. Verizon signal is strong. Utilities worked fine. Office personnel very nice and very helpful. Laundry has two each washer and dryer but only one working when we were here. About as close to Yosemite NP as you will get for a big rig and full hook-ups. There is a picnic table and fire ring but the tight site puts them about 2-3 feet from your rig.

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Note that the sign on the road has changed - it now says Kings Canyon Mobilehome Park. Interior roads are paved and you park on grass. Utilities worked fine. Free Wifi was pretty solid for browsing. Verizon signal strong and supposedly no other carriers work here. No bathroom, shower or laundry facilities. I'm not sure if the office is ever open so you should call before arriving as the number will go to the managers cell and she will either be there waiting for you or assign you a site number to go into in her absence. This worked well for us. The front of the park is for RVs and the back is old mobile homes and they are not attractive in any sense of the word. All sites are very large but the degree of level varies significantly. Utilities all in the back so either you have a long (and maybe uphill) sewer run or you back in a long way like I did to make the run reasonable (sites are long enough to allow this). To clarify on that point, it is almost like you are parking in a big field with utilities spread way out, it's is very unusual. The bottom line, this is by far the closest place to the parks and it works well (if you have Verizon for phone). It is not glamorous but it gets the job done. We were here for 6 days and have no complaints other than it would have been nice to not have eight inch high, buggy grass as a site.

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First the vitals - it's easy to get to, the roads are paved, sites are sand. Utilities worked fine. Verizon signal satisfactory. WiFi too expensive to pay for. A 50 amp site under Coast to Coast was an additional $18.50 above the C2C charge. This for a run down, junky, dirty park. WiFi costs $8.99 per day. I would never stay here again.

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The streets are paved and wide. The sites are very wide so you can park your vehicle next to your rig. Sites vary in length and there are pet and no pet sections which we loved. You park on fine stone on most sites and have a concrete patio. Utilities worked well but come prepared for sewer to be at the back of the site. We had free "cabled" internet, we borrowed a modem from the office and ran a wire from the cable box and it worked well. Office was very friendly and helpful in every way the entire stay. Gated with a person at the gate all the time. We were told, when we made the reservation, that there were no check-ins after 5pm so we could be sure to get there in time. Great quiet park, everyone was friendly as we took our long walks around the park. We stayed for a month (thus the lower rate).

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It is easy to get in, out and around in the park. All roads paved. Sites are asphalt and pretty level. Utilities work well. Wifi is very good. The pool and hot tub are great. Nice fitness center. My only complaint about the park is the smell of sewer pretty much everywhere as I go for a walk.

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Easy to get in and out of the park. Paved roads and sites. Pull through sites have water electric such that you need to pass hose and cord under your rig to hook up. Utilities worked fine. Although we love this park for the spacing of sites and how quiet it is, it has gotten very expensive for no sewer or internet. Most back in sites are not level and are too short for a big rig .

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This park is very easy to get in and out of. Interior roads are wide and paved. All sites are back in but the wide roads make it easy. Sites are fine stone/gravel and fairly level with a small concrete patio. Spacing is not bad, typical RV park. Utilities worked well and are well placed. Wifi is fee based. Strong Verizon LTE signal. They have made some improvements since our last stay here and the park is looking good. Price is member price.

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This park is easy to find and get into. The interior roads are paved but narrow. Big rigs can have a tough time making turns but all seem to manage. Sites are paved and level. Utilities are well placed and worked well. Wifi worked very well except in evenings when inundated. Sites are pretty typically spaced but there is nice, well maintained grass between that gives the park a good feel. Very nice pool. Nice laundry. We would stay here again.

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This is a huge park. Easy to get in/out as long the area around the office isn't too congested. Some interior roads are paved and some gravel. We were in the new area far away from the road so was very quiet. Very long, wide sites with big grass area between sites. Utilities worked well. Wifi worked well most of the time. Verizon signal good. Check the campground website for specials. I saved by doing this.

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This is a huge park. Easy to get in/out as long the area around the office isn't too congested. Some interior roads are paved and some gravel. We were in the new area far away from the road so was very quiet. Very long, wide sites with big grass area between sites. Utilities worked well. Wifi worked well most of the time. Verizon signal good. Check the campground website for specials. I saved by doing this.

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We really liked this little park. As you drive in you get a sense of tidiness. The interior roads are wide and the sites are angled for good maneuvering. Nice grass between sites. Utilities worked well. Wifi worked well for us (we have a booster). Verizon signal (extended network) was strong. Bathrooms were clean, did not use the showers, laundry was closed during our stay. We would definitely stay here again.