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We camped here in a motorhome. The resort is nothing special, but well kept and clean. The sites are concrete pads which seemed level. The owner was very friendly and accommodating. When the Wi-Fi kept cutting out she reset it and after that it was very good. Satellite worked great. Sites have picnic table and fire pit. Hookups were good. There is a path to the dunes and beach but heavy rains had made it soggy we were told, so didn't try it. Quiet and the clear sky allowed a fantastic star show. We would stay here again.

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This is our third stay at the resort. So, we have liked it. When we checked in we asked about satellite because the resort has many trees. They didn't know which were satellite-friendly, which surprised me. We first were sent to one site and the satellite disk could not find the bird. We then had to move to another site, which seemed unnecessary if they would do a little research. Anyway, the park is very nice, with a pool, shuffleboard, ping pong, beach access, and a nice little in-house restaurant that we used. The walk into Pismo Beach and the pier is doable, and you can have great clam chowder at Splash's. The PB pier has fishers, great view of surfers, and each time we have visited we have seen a lady who dances around as if she is in another world, and probably is. We will stay here again, and hope that they continue with the tree trimming to open it up for satellite campers. Wi-Fi was good with external antenna.

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We camped here one night going between Bakersfield and Red Bluff. We have stayed here before. We were in a pull-through, gravel and fairly level. Hookups were good. Wi-Fi worked with external antenna. The fellow who greeted us was friendly. We called a few hours before arriving, and luckily we got the last spot. The park is nothing special, but across the street is a small commercial area with gas, several eateries (we like the Mexican place), and a few other places. The park is probably one mile from I-5, and while you can hear the trucks if you try, it is relatively peaceful, surrounded with green rolling hills. After having driven the hellish I-5 between Bakersfield and Patterson, it was nice to look over at the Interstate at night and watch the silent cars traverse the hills. We will stay here again, and perhaps even sample a different eatery.

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We camped here one night, facing the harbor. We were in site 103, a front-in site. The check-in process was seamless and quick. The site was level, and had good hookups. The site was just large enough for our RV, a 34.5 ft motorhome with two slides. A larger motorhome could use the site if the motorhome were driven forward, but I don't think that anything over 40 feet would fit without overhanging into the service road. It is quite a walk to businesses, but doable, but I'm not sure there is much there to see. Check it out when you drive to the resort. We have stayed here before. As you might expect from the location, near to the sand dunes, it is breezy. But quiet and very pleasant. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here two nights. We were in a site overlooking the bay, located in a harbor area. The campsite was level, gravel, with good hookups. The fellow who checked us in was friendly and helpful. The park is good for a stop-over stay, but the town was pretty sleepy looking and more than a short walk from the campground. The weather was windy with showers, the wind interfering with our large dish for TV. I used the laundry facility and it was clean and worked well. We walked over to a harbor restaurant and had good burgers and clam chowder. The burgers were quite good, surprisingly. If the weather would have been better, we may have tried walking into town, but it was Easter Sunday so we expected that it would be chancy finding anything open. For a one-night stay, it wouldn't be disappointing, but a resort is stretching the meaning of the term. We have been spoiled on this trip.

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Stayed here two nights in one of the front-in spots overlooking the ocean and the thundering surf. The site we were in was extra wide and long, making our 34.5 ft motorhome with 2 slides easily fit. Having one of the oceanfront sites was well worth it. The view is amazing, which they illuminate at night so you can enjoy the surf day or night. They have a nice clubhouse with pool table and viewing area, work-out room and a nice living area. We would surely stay here again. When you pull into the resort, it is unclear where to park the RV while you register, and it seems that there is only room for one RV at a time. We had reserved our site in advance, and if I were pulling in again, I would have just gone down into the park and parked in our site. Other than that, it was all good.

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We camped here to be close to relatives in the LA area. We were surprised, pleasantly, that the park was nice. Sites were back-ins, and I was able to level the RV, although some sites look very sloped. Check-in process was pretty good. They inadvertently overcharged us, but told us the next day when I visited the office. The park is located very close to Long Bean amenities: ferry to Catalina Island, aquarium, restaurants, harbor. We don't have a toad, so used the mass transit to get around. You can catch it a short walk from the park over the 710 freeway. Traffic noise is moderate. Seemed safe. Wi-Fi worked fine with my external antenna. I would return, making sure the site was level.

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Very nice, 3-year old park with level concrete pull-through sites, nicely landscaped and good, well-placed hookups. Park is near to Hwy 101, but traffic noise was minimal. Since a new park, no large trees for shade or to block satellite. Laundry facilities clean and $1 wash $1 dry. Didn't try the pool or spa. The staff were extremely helpful, friendly, and busy tidying up the park. We were here for 2 nights. Warm days, sunny skies. Apparently the wind can be high, but we didn't experience that. I would definitely return.

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We stayed in one of the Premium spots, with a beautiful deck overlooking the marina and the bay. It was our second visit. Since we live in Victoria, it is a short drive to the park. We have found the staff to be friendly and helpful. We had good Wi-Fi, but as others have written, no cell coverage. From the park you can take a very short hike to Lester B. Pearson College, which you can see from the park. From our view site, we enjoyed watching the eagles and seals. We have an inflatable kayak which we launch from the side of the marina and paddle around in the deep sheltered bay.

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We called to make a reservation and were fortunate to be able to reserve a full-service (30 amp) site that was adjacent to the beach (E10). The park has power and water only sites right along the water, too, and further from the water there are full-service sites. Reception was excellent. We were advised that Wi-Fi was only accessible very near to the office, and even with an antenna booster, I was unable to connect from our site. There is a very nice boardwalk that goes in both directions from the park. The walk to Crofton is short, and there are a few shops, cafes, and a grocery store with a surprising selection of items. We did get some odor from the pulp mill early one morning, but for the rest of our 3-day stay, it was not detectable. We used the park as a base to explore the area's wineries, lakes, small bay towns and Chemainus. We explored other RV parks in the area, and we thought that Osborne Bay was the nicest. We would stay there again if we could get site E10.

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We love this park, and extended our stay twice for a total of two weeks. The resort used to be larger, but they converted half of it to condos lots that they are trying to fill. The staff were wonderful and helpful. There are two pools, putting greens, a driving hold, but the golf course is gone. There are tennis courts, laundry, a nice clubhouse, and beautiful grounds. The only downsides to park are the noise from I-10 and the trains that rumble through. We ended up moving to a higher-priced site to get further from the freeway and train tracks. Also, the Wi-Fi was not great, although I'm using it how. The main pool is great and warm. Workout room was great. The area has lots of nice things to see. We will return.

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We had stayed here before, several years ago. The park has changed ownership and the result is that many of the delightful art pieces of the former owner are now gone. But the setting remains beautiful, on the river and quiet. We camped on a river site. We were greeted by a friendly person and would consider staying here again, but next time I would bring my fishing pole and a license.

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We arrived shortly after dark and the office was closed. The office area had instructions on what to do, and the sites that were available. We made our way to a site, with the help of a dog walker, and were pleased to find the pull-through site level and paved. We left early the next morning, so cannot comment on the amenities, but I did notice a pool and a nice clubhouse. The staff were friendly and helpful, although when I asked about how to get back to I-5 south, she gave us directions that seemed like they took us out of the way (through Corvalis). Getting to the park and back to I-5 were the worst of it. Otherwise, we liked the place. It seemed quiet and we will use this park in the future.

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Pedder Bay RV Resort and Marina is a Good Sams park located in Metchosin BC, about 45 minutes from Victoria on Vancouver Island. The park is located on Pedder Bay, a beautiful quiet inlet. Some sites have excellent views of the bay and marina. The staff, located at the marina, were friendly and helpful. We took our inflatable kayak out into the bay, drove our car to Matheson Lake nearby (one could walk or easily cycle there), and enjoyed watching the eagles and seals. Boat rentals are available at the marina, and there is a boat launch (fee). The park has easy access to the Galloping Goose Trail, which is great for cycling with a mountain bike in both directions (toward Sooke or Victoria). Most sites are $35, with the water view sites with 50-amp service going up to $65 per night (minus the Good Sams discount for members). Adjacent to the park is Lester Pearson College, and there is a nice walking trail that will lead you to the campus where the public are welcome. Rumor has it that the owners will be adding more RV sites in the future. The camping season ends here at the end of October. While our Wi-Fi was very good, there is no cell phone coverage. We camped there 6 nights on a special deal received with the purchase of our motorhome. We plan to camp here in the future.