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Lovely, wooded campground on the Central Oregon coast. Very busy in summer. Beautiful, clean white sand beach is great for kite flying, walking, yoga, naps, etc. Goes for a long way. Water is usually too cold for surfing w.o a wet suit. Concrete stairs provide easy access to beach from campground. Great ocean views from some sites. Towns nearby have good restaurants. Tents are ok here.

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This is a paradise for birders. The camping areas on the refuge are several. We dry camped at Bullgate under trees which were the home of 3 large owls. There were 2 pit toilets. We camped on grass in a level spot. Spent 2 nights and saw many species of birds. Many gravel roads criss cross the large refuge where you can bird from the vehicle.

     

Ryndon RV Park

Elko, Nevada

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The gravel site required some leveling. Some tall trees provided shade. The park staff was friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are full time residents. There was a small bar next to the office with slots this being Nevada]. Park is 12 miles east of Elko. Good for an overnight.

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We were here over Memorial Day weekend so it was nearly full. The view of mts all around was outstanding. Had concrete pad with a ramada for shade. Good walking areas. Lots of birds, which we like. Showers were good.

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This rustic campground is several miles off Hwy 140 in he Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge. It's a gem for the adventurous soul. No hookups, vault toilets, some shade trees. The best is the natural beauty, solitude and the warm pool. There is a shower house with warm showers feed by the warm springs, as is the delightful pool. Small fish nibble ones exposed body parts. It tickles. Bullfrogs call. Birds sing. Locals know this place and come to bath. Services are miles away.

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This is a gorgeous desert spot for sunsets and solitude. The seasonal hosts are friendly and maintain the place in excellent condition. There are handicapped sites. Also there is a day use area. The best solitude is found away from the day use area. Bring water. Well marked signs off of I-8 west of Gila Bend. A kit fox visited us in early evening.

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Mecca Beach is 2 miles further on 111 than the Headquarters campground. Super place for birds. Sadly, this whole park is due to close after the 2012 season. Budget cuts. The sunsets here are amazing. Solar showers are available.

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The only reason to stay here is the large swimming pool, spa and sauna. The camp ground is nearly all long term residents and most sites are junky. There are only a few sites available for brief stays. The spa and pool are open to the public.

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Beautiful, friendly park. Served a continental breakfast. Had evening activities. Nearby gas and small store.

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The only park in Williams. Mostly long term residents. Men and women must share the same unclean bathroom and showers.

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This is a great little spot in Madera Canyon near Green Valley, AZ. The toilets are vault. There are picnic tables and bear proof storage lockers. I've stayed here over the last 3 years and never saw a bear. The hiking is good. The best is the birding in the canyon. Many migrate here in winter and spring. The humming birds are prolific. Using a Golden Age Pass the cost is $5. Two week limit.

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The feature of this park is the hot mineral tubs. It is a rustic setting. Soaking is included in the price. Many birds to enjoy. There are nearby restaurants. I have stayed many times to relax and soak away sore muscles. Rooms are also available.

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Does not accept credit cards. Huge flat parking lot with very little shade or landscaping. Very small swimming pool open limited hours. WiFi costs extra.

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The 3 private hot pools are the attraction for soaking, not swimming, it's too shallow. This park has new owners. It is located 5 miles north of Beatty on Hwy. 95. Friendly manager. Some highway noise. Lots of birds.

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I agree with most everything said about this lovely desert park. I love this place! Sitting near my rig a bevy of Gambel's quail came by and then a roadrunner jumped up on my truck's hood and looked into the window! In the winter, there are nature walks led by naturalists. Nearby is the Sonora Desert Museum. Don't accept plastic cards, but checks are OK. A 14 day limit.