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We only stayed here for one night and did not go to the lake but this seemed like a gem of a place for what we expected. It is off the beaten path and the high elevation keeps it nice and cool at night. The sites are not very level and there is little grass. There is power available for only the extra four bucks. We were shocked that the flush bathrooms were closed at 9p and did not open until 7a. I couldn't find an alternative bathroom so we just had to hold things in until the morning. I am not sure why they do this. Also, the water looks terrible...not sure if it is iron or what but the water is brown and not even useable to make coffee. Also, the local homes and trailers near the entrance look scary with trash all over the place. We were happy that they closed the gates at 9p as it provided isolation and protection from them. Overall the experience was good however.

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We stayed here for one night, right before Labor Day weekend. The host was very accommodating and allowed us to have 3 tents in one site. Each site had power which was very convenient. The showers were clean as well as the area. There was also a disc golf course available, which came as a nice surprise so try that out. The lake looked nice but we did not go to it. The only negative would be that many sites do not have much shade.

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We found a site without a reservation in August and stayed here for about a week. The tent sites do not have grass and you are required to set up in a specific gravel area so bring plenty of padding. The areas are level and will allow at least two tents, depending on which site you choose. There are individual, lockable bathroom/showers which is convenient and they are right next to a small laundry which is open only 8a to 4p. Definitely a good and secluded place to camp, with easy access to Charlotte. No Alcohol which is bad but no out of state fees, which is good. All in all a good place to be.

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We came through here for one night while on the road this summer. There is a nice area for tents apart from the RV spaces. The spots could be a bit more level but the fire pits, benches and available power/water make up for it. The store is stocked with reasonably priced items. This price was for one van, 3 people and 3 tents in one spot. Alcohol permitted and no out of state fees make this a good spot.

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We stayed here for a week in August and were pleasantly surprised by the atmosphere. First of all, the price was excellent at $20/night which accommodated 3 tents with one person each, a van, and an RV with another person...awesome value for our money. There aren't many frills but there are large sites, each including a power hookup free of charge. The pit toilets are closer but there is a free shower and flush toilets within walking distance. The hosts are gone a lot but come by and collect the fees later on so just grab a site. The bugs here are fine compared to other campgrounds such as Kickapoo. For a group outing this place would be wonderful. I don't believe there are any alcohol restrictions and even better no out of state upcharges.

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We selected this park as a result of its proximity to the golf course and stayed here a time or two before to practice for the world championships without incident. If you are looking for an RV park where a requirement is dead silence and to stay in your closed RV, this is your place. Otherwise I'd go somewhere else. One female host was very accommodating but the older, short haired white female host rules with an iron fist and ruined our stay. While practicing putting in front of the RV at approximately 8 pm, she came up to us and asked for us to stop. I asked if the quiet time was 8 pm and she said "No, but for this it is" and made a new rule. She seemed proud of the fact that she made the 70 year old gentleman near us stop putting as well. The next day at 9 pm we were asked to shut our RV door because she could hear our voices on the dock. We were not loud and having normal conversation. At the end of the stay, she tried to get extra $ out of us by accusing us of having extra people and vehicles, which we did not. All this plus the lack of showers will have me going elsewhere and reporting this host to the city of Watsonville. She even had the nerve to give me a flyer to recommend the park to other users after grilling me about the additional fees!

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This is a well maintained park and accommodated our needs nicely. It is situated in mid Auburn and close to many amenities. There is even a disc golf basket for those who would like to practice golf. Sites are in various areas of the park for those who prefer shade vs. sun.