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At this point, this facility is dry camping only--there are not even water faucets in the campground. There are some clean portal-potty's available. Other than that, the campground staff is friendly and helpful, the sites are well maintained and level, and have new picnic tables and fire rings. Most sites are lakefront. A big launch ramp is available for boats. Hook-ups are planned for the future.

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Very mixed feelings about this place. On the good side, hookups all worked perfectly, and the Wi-Fi was excellent. But, the dirt and gravel sites are very narrow, the park is not attractive looking, and there was a loud party at the fairgrounds one night.

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Good park with plenty of trees near Leesville. Office personnel very accommodating and helpful. There are permanent residents in this park but they are friendly and respectful. One negative was train noise.

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The park is acceptable in that everything works and sites are level. However, it does not look very attractive and the permanent residents tend to be noisy and cause some issues.

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A meticulously maintained park amongst the tall trees. It is a short drive to Santa Cruz for beach and boardwalk. There is access to a couple of short state park trails from the campground. The Wifi and cable work well. It's on the pricey side, but they do offer a three nights for price of two special.

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Good location, well maintained, but sites are very tight and rules enforced somewhat arbitrarily. Rates are very high considering how tight the sites are.

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This is a beautiful campground with many trees, some waterfront sites, and views of the giant granite cliffs that are Yosemite. There is much wildlife (including a bear in the campground both nights we were there). Free shuttle to other points in Yosemite is available at the campground entrance. From an RV point of view, you need to be aware that: there are no hook-ups, no dump station (though there is one in Yosemite at another campground) and the roads through this park are extremely tight. We had to maneuver through two trees that were barely far enough apart for the motorhome to fit.

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Beautifully landscaped park on the Sacramento River. Close to I-5, and you will hear the highway throughout the park. Mostly pull-throughs and all sites have concrete pads. Many cable channels, all very clear. Small, but immaculate pool. Biggest negative for me was that they close the laundry room at 6, last load needs to be started by 4:30. Its 100 degrees here in summer, so why not be able to quietly do your laundry in the evening?

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This property used to be known as Wyntoon. Heavily wooded area, satellite will not work, but nice sites amongst the trees. Hookups look old, but they work. Some sites very level, others not. Good things for kids to do, basketball, bikes, pool. Office staff very friendly and helpful, nice store and a grill if you don't want to cook. Boat slips are available, but the lake is a long walk from the sites. Also, keep in mind the drive here from Redding is windy and hilly. Free Wifi works well.

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Nice stop while passing through Northern California. Sites are a little too close together, but there is well kept grass between them and the gravel you park on is level. Also, buckets of flowers throughout the park. Many large trees, all are trimmed so that they don't hit RV roofs, but satellite may not work. Cable TV is 12 channels, picture clarity just so-so. Small but immaculate pool. Large dog run, but dogs must be kept on leash in it. Best showers I've ever seen in an RV park! A half a block away is Green Barn Restaurant, stop in for a great meal and ask for Melissa to get great service!

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This membership resort now offers free, good quality wifi and has an exercise room. Small but clean pool, nice little store and on-site meals on weekends. Some sites level, "parking-lot" style", others off in the woods. Bass Lake walking distance. I would rate higher but saw issues this visit with site policies. Officially its always first come, first served, but saw issues with confusion in the office and less than polite service from the staff.

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The attraction here is Don Pedro Lake. If you are not a boater or fisherman, there is not much reason to go here. Roads and sites are paved with fresh blacktop. Many sites are cramped; some require a steep back-in. Hook-ups worked well. Store is well stocked and staff is friendly. Bathrooms were not serviced during the weekend. Their website is a plus, there are photos and a description of every site.

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Now have Free Wi-Fi available. Our site was a pull-through, and when I parked by the hook-ups, I was level. Office well staffed and friendly. Park is well patrolled. Nice store where you check in. We had our kids in a tent next to us, they got a little loud at 11PM and the security asked us (very nicely) to have them be quiet--that was the right thing to do! Bathroom could have been cleaner, yes its currently a holiday weekend--but the rates they charge are sufficient to keep the bathrooms clean.

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Yes, its tough for a large vehicle to maneuver in, but its an absolutely beautiful setting amongst big redwoods. Very friendly staff, quiet hours enforced. River access, basketball and playground in the campground. State parks for great hikes are nearby.

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Full hookups right next to the beach. That about says it all! Couple useful points, the sites are a fairly narrow, paved, level parking spot with a picnic table and fire pit on sand next to it. The sand is kept in with a curb, so you need to be careful backing in so you don't scuff your tires/rims. Several mile long walking path runs right behind the RV's. Camphosts are friendly and have a table of reading material you can borrow.