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This is one of the best RV Parks we have ever stayed in. The sites in the resort section are cement and roomy enough for the largest motor homes. Our site had a cement pad for the motor home, a cement pergola covered patio, and a cement pad for the toad, and there was still plenty of room. The Wi fi was exceptional, the best we have ever had at an R park.The pool and hot tub were wonderful. It is convenient to Arches and Canyon Lands NP and Moab. The staff is friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again.

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This is a great overnight stop. Easy in easy out. Choose your own site. Hookups were great. Fuel available on site. Wifi was awful. Buffet was good. There is an on site kennel with doggie doors and fenced runs, but we didn't use it since we were there just overnight. Road noise was low even though it is right on I5. There is also a golf course on site.

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We stayed here for 4 nights to visit Yosemite NP. The grounds were mostly dirt and gravel. It was very dusty, but it IS California and they are in a terrible drought situation. Surprisingly the water pressure was good. The wifi was good ONLY during the day when everyone was away from the campground. The sewer connection was such that our fitting did not fit it. Our site #74 was very roomy and level. We did not use the restrooms , showers, or laundry. I prefer to use our own MH facilities. They have a small store and a Deli. The pool was full of rowdy kids. There is a petting zoo on site. The road in (Old Hwy 120) was narrow and twisting, but we were able to maneuver our 41 footer with toad attached. The Hwy coming up to Groveland (Priest Pass) was scary but we did it with our toad attached. We will leave the toad unhitched for the trip back down. As mentioned by another reviewer the CG is 22 miles from the entrance to Yosemite. The drive to Tuolumne Meadows is another 39 mi and Yosemite Valley was 24 miles from entrance. Cell service was zero for ATT. We would stay here again as choices are limited.

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I don't understand the previous comments. This is a wonderful RV Resort. We have stayed at "RV Resorts" much worse than this one and paid higher fees. The sites are paved and roomy with grass between. The hookups were modern and well maintained. It is a gated park requiring a keypad code to get in unlike most RV parks that allow entry after the office closes. We felt very safe because it was gated. The pool was heated. There was a large spa. the location was beautiful and overlooking a large beach. There were walking trails in the area between the beach and resort. Yes it is windy, but one expects that at the beach. You don't even have to get out of your coach to check in and they escort you to your site. We loved it and would stay there over and over.

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We stayed here 3 nights to visit Mt Rainier NP and Mt St Helen's NM. The sites are a mix of grass, gravel, and cement, but are roomy. The sites are easy to get into and out of even for large Motor Homes like ours, that being said, there is only 30 amp available. The park is under new management with plans to do upgrades. The wifi was decent even though the office lady said it wasn't working. It is very convenient to Mt Rainier NP and less than 50 miles from Mt St Helen's, if you go in the back way, which by the way, gets you closer to the Mt than the other entrance. Every evening Elk would wander through the park. We would stay there again.

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This KOA is great for an overnight stop. However, it is right on the highway so traffic noise is noticeable. This could be a nice campground with some landscaping, etc. The restrooms, showers and laundry are located in a building that is also an RV repair business, but they are very nice. They are extremely clean and modern. The manager was very nice and escorted us to our site. We would recommend it for an overnight stop.

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This campground is a gem. It is quiet and clean with wide cement sites. The pull-throughs are only 45 ft long but they are wide enough that you can park your tow vehicle beside the coach. The pool is a splash pool but campers are allowed to use the pools at the Mainstay Hotel across the street. The restrooms and showers were extremely clean. We would recommend it.

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This was just an overnight stop. To get to it requires navigating a winding , hilly road. The driveway down into the campground is quite steep. We had a pull-through that was actually two sites back to back. The Wi-Fi was good,and the cable was OK. They have a café with lots to choose from and they will deliver to your site. There seemed to be many seasonal people. It was OK for an overnight but if your rig is over 40 feet and you are towing you might want to think twice.

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Best KOA we have ever stayed at. We had a patio site that was outstanding. The CG is very quiet, at least during the week. Great pool, great dog park, and the Wi-Fi was good. Restrooms were very clean, as were the showers. The laundry was clean and reasonably priced. Definitely recommend staying here.

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This RV park is one of the best we have stayed in. Our site was roomy and level with a gravel pad and a brick patio. It had a picnic table, a patio table with chairs, a grill and a fire ring. The restrooms and showers were very clean. The hook ups were great and the Wi-Fi was awesome. There is a dog park, two pools, hot tub, sauna, and exercise room. There is a nice 1.5 mile hiking trail, mini golf, store and snack bar. They sell tickets for tours of Washington, DC. The Metro station is a few miles away and is very easy to use. If you decide you don't want to or can't stay for the number of nights you paid for they will refund your money for the unused nights. We definitely recommend this park.

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Great RV park. Roomy, level sites with picnic table and fire ring. Hookups good. Nice dog park. For a refundable deposit they will loan you beach badges good for any of the town beaches on Long Beach Island. They have activities for kids. Lots of seasonal sites. Wi-Fi was not usable from our site. We recommend it.

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This campground has roomy pull-throughs at the top section after driving up a winding, steep road. A few have shade. They are mostly gravel with some grass. Each site has a fire ring and picnic table. The Wi-Fi was good, as was the cable. The pool is located near the office quite a distance from the top section down a steep winding road. They offer guided tours into NYC. We would recommend staying here.

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This campground is about 6 miles from I 81 over a hilly twisting country road with the last 2 miles being dirt road. However, the dirt road was in good shape. The signage from the highway is good. The roads in the campground are gravel and narrow but we were able to maneuver our 40 foot motor home to our site but we un hooked the toad first. It was a pull thru in the pavilion section where 3 sites were lined up front to back. There was a fifth wheel in front of us and a travel trailer behind us. The site was grass and gravel with a fire ring and picnic table. The hook ups were adequate. There was a cable hook up but it did not work. The Wi Fi was great. The campground was very quiet with a pretty little lake with rental paddleboats and canoes. There were playgrounds for the kids. I wouldn't try this campground with anything bigger than a 40 foot motor home.

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This is a nice KOA with lots to do for the kids including an amusement park next door. Our site was a gravel pull thru at the back close to Hwy 190. The road noise was very noticeable. It was long enough for our 40 ft motor home but was very narrow. We didn't bother to set up our chairs to sit outside. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It is close to Niagara Falls and the tour buses will pick you up at the campground. One of the best things about this campground is the dog park, which is shady and grassy with an agility course for the dogs to play on. the cable TV and hookups were adequate. The Wi Fi was not very good. We would stay here again.

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This is a campground that is mostly seasonal sites with park model mobile homes. It was very clean. There is a nice pool and hot tub. They have a club house with frequent activities. There is a store and snack bar. The transient sites are roomy gravel and grass sites that are fairly level. The hookups were adequate. There was no cable, which I expect at the price we paid, however we were able to pick up the major channels over our antenna. There is a nice 9 hole golf course. The Wi-Fi was slow but usable.