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This is one of the nicest Elks Lodge RV facilities we have seen. Unlike most Elks, where you stay in a parking spot behind a lodge in town, this is actually an RV park for Elks members only, about 5 miles north of the Town of Florence. It has back-in and pull-through sites, plenty of shade and room between sites. There are plantings between sites to provide privacy. The showers & restroom are spotless and the grounds are well maintained. The staff is helpful and pleasant. The sites have only water & electric hookups, but there are 2 convenient dump stations on the grounds.

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We just love this park. It is our second visit in 3 years. It is located on a beautiful stretch of river, with most sites having a riverfront view. Most are pull-throughs, with some back in sites. The showers/restrooms are spotless. There is a nice pavilion with tables for anyone to use. They also have a soft-serve ice cream machine for guests - very nice touch. It is quiet and located away from the highway. The only negative is the extremely slow WiFi - it was either so slow or someone was using up all the broadband - we simply couldn't stay connected and just gave up. Otherwise, no complaints at all. Registration was easy & Host was great. landscaping and site maintenance impeccable.

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This is a great little park with easy access off of Hwy 395. It was quiet, small, adult-oriented and the restrooms were spotless. The sites were well-maintained and nicely spaced. No leveling required. We were only passing through and just stayed the night, but if there was something to see in the area, I would not hesitate to use the RV park as a base for exploring for a couple of days. I would not hesitate to come back again and will probably stay here on our return trip.

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This is a pretty basic park that is overpriced for what you get - $30 for a site on dirt and $2.00 extra for showers in bathrooms that need serious updating. It's basically one step up from boon docking with W/E (no sewer or dump that we could see). It is quiet as it is a little way off of Hwy 395 and it does have lots of shade trees, which can really make a difference in this part of the Sierras in the summer. Sites are all back-ins and needed just a little leveling. Overall, it is a satisfactory place for an overnight stop that is quiet & shady. I understand it is full of families on the weekend as it is located in a regional park area, but we had no problem getting a spot during the week without reservations in July.

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This is a very nice and quiet senior/adult RV park. It is family run and there is great pride of ownership. The sites and facilities are spotless. The only negative is that it is TOO popular. We stayed here twice in June on our way east and west and both times tried to extend our stay, but no luck. It is sold out almost every night (with good reason) so you should have reservations it seems, so plan ahead. There is some road noise, so try to get a spot in the back if you want more quiet.

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This is an older park and some sites are pretty close together. It is in a great location by the Conejos River and most campers were there for the fishing, to relax and for family get-togethers. Everyone was very friendly and it was really quiet at night. In early June the mosquitos were vicious, however, so beware when sitting outside, especially in the evenings. The showers and bathrooms were clean and had lots of hot water. There is a nice store in the office with ice cream and fishing gear. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.

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We had a very bad experience at Monte Bello. This park is pretty basic and we were prepared for that from the previous reviews. It is located on top of a mesa with no trees, no shade, lots of dust and VERY windy. Most afternoons our RV was rocking back and forth like being on a boat. There is also road noise as it is located right next to a highway with lots of truck traffic. The sites are close and have no privacy. Unfortunately for us, the on-site host did nothing about the site occupant next to us who got up at 6:00AM and decided to do repair work on his truck engine along with lots of slamming doors, revving engines, driving in and out to test his repair work, etc. This noise and repair job continued for over 3 hours. When we complained to the on-site host, whose site is situated directly behind the offending repairman, he was rude asked why we didn't complain to him at 6:00AM and used language that is not fit to print. Needless to say, we will not be returning here - ever. The positives are the clean restrooms and laundry.

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This is a good spot for an overnight stop off of I-40 or as a base to visit Acoma Pueblo. The spots were all nice level pull-throughs. The showers were very clean. There was nice spacing between the sites, but no privacy because it is a desert campground with small bushes & no trees for shade. Our only problem/complaint is that there is no one staying on-site overnight or a closed gate to prevent people from sneaking in late at night and making lots of noise. We had this happen to us our first night and hoped that security would come by and take care of it, but they didn't and we had to ask the people to keep it down around midnight. There is a great package deal for RVers who want to visit the Acoma Pueblo. The food at the Cultural Center was great, but the breakfast buffet at the Casino was disappointing. Both are included in the package.

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We were pleasantly surprised with the beautiful location of this park. It is surrounded by hills with a great view of the valley. We don't golf but stayed an extra night to enjoy the peace and quiet - no road noise as it is a mile off the highway. The sites are spacious with grass strips dividing them. The bathrooms are cleam with lots of hot water. We would stay here again.

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This is a good spot for an overnight or two stay. The hosts are friendly and keep the showers and laundry spotless. There is also a nice covered pavillion with tables for dining or games. We were disappointed in how close the sites were and that there was no buffer between them. Also, the sites are on dirt and there was no shade. It is in the open, so it got pretty hot even in September.

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This is not your typical BC Provincial Park, but has its own appeal if you like a more open setting rather than the usual heavily forested BC Park setting. The 60 or so level campsites sit on 6 terraces below Highway 97, all with views of beautiful Kalamalka Lake. There are no lakefront sites, however, you can walk to a small sandy beach and there is a boat launch area. The sites are spacious and most have some trees and shrubs for privacy along the sides and open in the back for the view. There is one shower building with free showers and flush toilets. Did not see a sani-dump. CG hosts were friendly and it was quiet at night. There are some easy hiking/nature trails within the park (with warnings about snakes). We were there after Labor Day when it becomes FCFS with no reservations, so there was no problem getting a nice site. There is some road noise from Highway 97, but nothing that kept us awake.

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Beebe Bridge CG is a pleasant oasis in an otherwise dry and wide open landscape, a real gem at a great price. The CG is located on the banks of the Columbia River with easy access off Hwy 97. Many sites are riverfront and most others have some river views. The campground is grassy with lots of shade trees. The sites are level and well-spaced with many pull-throughs. There are free showers in well-maintained restrooms and a sani-dump. There is also a huge day use area and a boat launch. The only negative is that there is road noise, but it got pretty quiet at night and did not bother us.

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Bend/Sisters Garden RV Park is a really lovely park, well-maintained and located in a quiet, rural area just outside the town of Sisters. The staff is friendly and the facilities are spotless. The sites are well-spaced and level. There may be some traffic noise from the highway, especially on some of the sites close to the road, but it was really cold when we were there in September, so we had our windows closed and it wasn't an issue. They escort you to your spot and make sure you know the rules, where things are located and come by to pick up trash at the sites all day long. The landscaping at the sites and around the park is really beautiful. We will come back here again. Reservations are recommended, particularly during the rodeo in June.

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Crown Villa has become a very popular place and it was full except for dry camping when we were arrived on a Tuesday afternoon after Labor Day, so reservations are probably a good idea. The town has really grown around the park, so we did not find it as relaxing a place as we had on our two previous visits. The facilities are very clean and the staff is very friendly. There are plenty of washers/dryers, so this is a good place if you need to do laundry. They also have an outdoor covered spa and lounge for hanging out. Given the crowded park and the heavy traffic situation to get to the park, we left after one night and moved to another park in Sisters that is more rural and relaxing. We would probably not stay here again, especially to pay $29.00 for dry camping next to a noisy road. If you have a nice, premium site with hookups away from the road noise, I think you would have a very pleasant experience and would enjoy the amenities.

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Yakima Sportman SP is an older state park that has seen better days. It is way overpriced at $45 especially considering the lack of amenities and deferred maintenance/updating needed. The sites are level, but there are no trees or shrubs for privacy barriers between them. The bathrooms require tokens and don't always function properly. There are only 2 shower buildings and one was not functional and the other was "iffy" per the attendant. If you are in need of an overnight/emergency spot that is quiet and off the highway but with easy access, this is ok, but I can't imagine staying here as a destination.