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Park is a little tight for bigger rigs. Most sites are small with only a few long enough to handle larger rigs. You do have enough room between sites to open your awnings. Roads are paved but have many turns and are a little narrow. Some tree issues. Spaces are dirt and rock. The best thing about the park is how close it is to the entrance to Zion National Park. The park is less than a half mile from where you pick up the park bus. The city shuttle stops in front of the park. We just walked and rode the bus to see the park. It is a nice park but nothing special. Wi-fi was free but very slow as you are sharing it with the park and hotel. We were able to use our satellite dish but they do have cable. Very busy area, highly recommend leaving your car at your space and taking the free busses.

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This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in. The grounds are immaculate. Roads are paved and very wide. Most spaces are back in and are long enough to handle big rigs. Sites are rock and are level. Good spacing between sites and a small concrete patio is provided. Service for all sites is at the back so be prepared for long sewer and water connection. Wi-Fi is free and was very fast most of the time. Two pools that are just beautiful. They have two pickleball courts, an onsite coin car/RV wash along with many activities. There is a winery that is part of the park and tastings are free. Very good quality wines. The winery also has a restaurant that is very good, but pricey. Many snowbirds stay here as it is a great value. I highly recommend this park.

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We had one of the full hookup, pull through sites. It does have 50 amp service. The sites are all paved as are the roads. Spaces vary in size, but the pull throughs were very long and level. Good spacing between sites. It is Death Valley so no shade and rock/sand between sites. My only complaint would be the narrow roads. I think it could be a tight squeeze for bigger rigs getting into the back in sites. You can walk to the visitor center and to the town. Very nicely maintained park. Great value.

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Park is right off 395 a couple of miles south of Lone Pine. Very nicely maintained park but you do have to be careful about the trees. They warn you at the desk and give you the best route to get to your spot, plus there is a sign saying they are not responsible if you scrape the trees. Our site had some limbs hanging over but the spot was wide enough I was able to move further over in the site with no issue. Roads are paved with sites being hard packed sand/dirt. There are boulders between each sites and a pine tree at each site. Sites were long enough for our 40 foot fifth wheel with room to park our truck. Good spacing between sites. Fantastic views of the mountains on both sides of the park. Did not notice any road noise from 395. Very fast Wi-Fi and it is is free. Using a satellite dish should not be an issue in most sites. Verizon cell phone worked great. Very nice park.

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Park is very nicely maintained. Majority of the park is permanent renters with about 20 pull through spaces available for overnighters. The sites are concrete pads with grass or gravel in between sites. Trees are small and do not impact rigs. Sites are long enough for big rigs and level. Roads are paved. Wi-Fi is free and very fast and cable TV is provided. The area around the park is not the best but the park does have a security gate for night and in the 3 times we have stayed here we have had no issues. Easy access to Highway 58 and just a few miles from all the shopping and such in Bakersfield.

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RV spaces are in loops in the park, many on terraced sites. Our site was fairly level but did have a significant dip at the front which made backing in a challenge. I would say most spaces can be difficult to back into for larger rigs (ours is 40 feet). The roads are narrow and there are large trees throughout the park. Watch out for branches. Sites and roads are paved with grass, weeds and dirt between spaces. Spacing was OK between sites. They only offer 30 amp service with some sites being 20 amp. Lopez lake is fairly low but still offers good boating and fishing. A ropes course and zipline has been added and is very popular on the weekends, as is the park. Park is nicely maintained but a little stressful to get into your space for a larger rig. We had no cellular service with Verizon. Wi-Fi is free at the marina store and we were able to use our satellite dish for TV, but that may not be the case for many sites because of the trees.

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RV park is part of a very large regional park that has a number of small lakes. The RV park is at the back and has its own lake to use. The main park can get fairly busy on the weekends but they do have a private gate for just the RV park to enter and exit. Roads are paved, sites are packed sand/dirt or paved and are fairly level. Sites are long enough for big rigs and tow vehicle and there is good spacing between sites. There are trees providing some shade for sites but they do not impact the rigs. We had no problem using our satellite dish. Wi-Fi is free and works OK but generally slows down at night and on the weekends as users increase. Cell phone service, Verizon, is weak. Park is very nicely maintained and offers many things to do like fishing, walking and biking. Park is near highway and is about 20 minute drive into downtown San Diego.

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We have been staying at this park for the past 3 years each winter and really enjoy it. It is the best value RV park for the Orange County area of Southern California. Spaces are all back-in, gravel and do require some leveling, but they are long enough to handle big rigs and have adequate spacing so you do not feel cramped. It is fairly large park with many large trees, but they are well maintained and do no impact rigs. The park is next to the 91 freeway so road noise is constant. If you stay on the east side the noise is not as bad as you are farther down from the roadway. They do not have Wi-Fi or cable but most sites are satellite friendly and you will get a bunch of over the air channels. They do not offer a monthly rate unless you stay for 5+ months but their weekly rate is a great value. Shopping is close by and since it is near the freeway you have easy access to all the attractions in Southern California.

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Campground is maintained nicely. One section is older mobile homes with the other section being RV sites. We were told to drive around and find our spot then come back and pay. Roads are paved with sites being packed dirt/sand. The sites are fairly level side to side but most sites slope significantly from back to front. For motorhomes I noticed most had two of their wheels at least 6 inches off the ground. There are many palm trees in the RV section but not many other trees to offer any shade. Pool area is very nicely maintained and landscaped. They have 4 mineral pools each at different temps. Wi-Fi is not free. Most sites will handle big rigs but then parking your tow vehicle can be tight. There are a handful of very long sites that would allow parking both easily. You are about 14 miles from the heart of Palm Springs. Park was nice but in my opinion was over priced, however the other parks in the area are the same price. Staff was very friendly.

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Nicely maintained park. Roads and sites are paved with concrete patios. Problems are the sites not being long enough to park your rig and then easily park your tow vehicle. Many citrus trees right next to the sites and they are low and broad so slides and awnings may hit them. Wi-Fi is not free. I give it a seven because no free Wi-Fi and they are charging $44 per night (discount rate), which to me is overpriced, plus their spaces and roadway can be confining if the park is full.

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What a gem of a park and a great value for full hookups. Campground is part of city park complex that includes golf, tennis, and other sports. Most sites are huge and spaced far apart. Sites and roads are gravel/dirt so with some rain I could see some problems. Our site was level and could hold two big rigs with tow vehicles. There are trees but we were able to use our satellite dish. This is definitely a park we are keeping on our list when on I-40.

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Park is nicely maintained. It can be a little tight for big rigs to get into and out of sites. Interior roads are paved and sites are concrete with a patio. There is grass in between sites and no trees. Spacing is adequate. Most of the sites are occupied by permanents but are nicely maintained. There are a few pull thrus for overnighters to use but it can be problematic for big rigs as the sites are not long enough to stay connected. Park is off a busy road and near the interstate but road noise was not a big issue. It sits below the interstate so you really do not hear it very loudly. It is a nice park for an overnight stop.

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Rate shown is based on weekly rate. Nicely maintained park. It is close to I-49 so road noise is an issue. Roads are gravel as are the sites. The sites are long enough for big rigs to stay connected and level with ample spacing between them. In the pull thru section there are not many trees so you can use your satellite. If you want shade you will probably want to get one of the back-in sites. Each site has a concrete patio with nice stone table and bench. Wi-Fi is free and very fast (one of the better I have seen for an RV park). Park has some long term residents but the sites are nicely kept. Many overnighters use the park as it close to all the major interstates in the Kansas City area. If you do not mind road noise I would highly recommend this park.

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As previous reviewers mentioned this is just a small park designed for overnight stops, although we stayed a weekend. Spaces are concrete slabs and roads are paved. There is a strip of grass between sites with a picnic table. There are no trees. It is a great setup for overnight stays and reasonably priced. The big downside is the proximity of the park to the interstate. If you do not like road noise then do not even bother with this park. The road noise is constant, but for us it becomes just white noise. I would take this over train horns! Wi-Fi is free and very fast and cable TV is provided however we used satellite with no problem. You are close to many stores and restaurants. Nice park the fills a need for travelers.

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We have stayed at this park a handful of times over the past 4 years and have liked it. Our main reason for this park is that it is near our friends who live outside of Nashville, however the park is not far from all the attractions of Nashville. This year the park became a KOA and with that they increased their rates by $5. The park is nicely maintained but is a little tight with its roads and spaces. The staff and owners are very friendly and helpful. In the pull thru space we request we just have enough room to put our 40 foot fifth wheel and our pickup. There are lots of trees so the shade is nice if that is what you are looking for. We have found a couple pull thru spots that are satellite friendly so we request those. Roads are paved and the sites are gravel with grass in between. They have weekly music and dinners along with a shuttle to Nashville attractions. Wi-Fi is free and works well and they provide a good lineup of cable channels. They do have about 40% long term residents but it does not look trashy. Going with KOA means higher prices which I am disappointed in as now it is not as good a value, especially if you are not a KOA member. For us it works because of our friends.