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I have been here many times and it's a great RV park. The check-in can be a little confusing the first time you go there as it is across the street from the park. They have some strange rules about your sewer hose and the hose bib has a odd anti-siphon valve on it that is a pain to work with.

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One of my favorite RV parks as long as I get one of the newer sites in the 200 section. Hookups are in the correct location, the pads are wide, and gravel is clean. The continental breakfast is good. This time the WiFi was poor and they told me in advance it was, which to me, is an indication it needs to be repaired.

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Mostly permanent trailers for what appeared to be oil field workers. Rent a small site and park your truck(s) in the roadway. Sites were very close. We lucked out and had quiet neighbors, otherwise there would have been a problem. Decent location for an overnight but a run down KOA.

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Road to the Campground is narrow but there was no traffic so no problem. We had a deluxe site so it was a spacious pull-through. The trains are close and noisy. Staff was pleasant and helpful. The other sites looked narrow and close to trees.

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Nice quiet park. Hookups are nicely positioned. All low tech here only accepts cash or checks and all paperwork is hand written. Very tight access roads, trees and brush need trimming. They had short logs lining the roads some of which were in the way. If you don't like to be near high voltage power transmission lines you probably should not go here as they go right over some sites. WiFi worked fair.

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The wifi worded once in a while, the water pressure 30psi, and loud trains at night/early in the morning were about the only negatives.

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I can not understand why anyone would rate this campground high. Except for the 16 deluxe sites in the north corner all the sites are cramped and have poor access. Interior roads are very narrow and there are a few trees that need to be removed as you can see where some RV's have scraped on them. Of the 16 deluxe sites some are less than 30 feet from a busy 4 lane road which makes them extremely noisy. These are the most expensive sites ($75 to $83). There were many RV's in sites they didn't really fit in or were not positioned correctly so one end stuck out into the narrow access road. They do not enforce their rules of only one RV and one vehicle per site. When I was being escorted to my site we had to stop and get someone to move their third vehicle out of the road so I could pass. Of the four days I was here I saw this infraction being repeated all over the campground. WiFi worked well then it would drop me. One afternoon the maintenance guy was using a string trimmer next to my clean motorhome and slung grass all over one side. They could of done the trimming when the site was empty. The only road in the entire park that was wide enough for two RV's to pass is the entrance road. Oh, did I say the interior access roads were very poor...

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Simple and easy. Great stop if you are self contained. Highly recommended.

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One of the nicer KOA's I been to. The Deluxe site was great. Park was very clean and organized. The interior access roads were a little tight and in need of some work but not a problem. Too many trees for the satellite to work.

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Sites looked level but were not, the hookups are way too far back for a motorhome. Other than that it is a nice place.

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Typical KOA, too much kid stuff, tight spaces, and slightly run down. I had to have them trim a tree so I could extend one of my slides. Way too many permanent residents including trash and personal belongings all over the place. There were three derelict trucks parked by the pool that should not have been there. The access is poor with only the right lane to get in or out and a somewhat steep driveway entrance. I had to use all three lanes to get out.

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My first time here, very nice. Paved sites, hookups in the correct position, and easy access.

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This is the third time I have stayed here. Always been a good stop.

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This is a clean and tidy park except for the long term users which seem to expand their stuff to the boarders of their site. While the park is neat the sites are laid out for trailers, all the hookups are at the far back end of the site. Roads are paved with way too many speed bumps and navigating through the park is tight. Making a left turn out of the park when leaving can be a challenge as the traffic is heavy most of the time. Would stay again.

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This was the second time I have stayed here. Very nice place with roomy sites and all the orange trees are nicely trimmed. The oranges were ripe and you can pick a bag for free, the bags and tools are provided. Easy access from CA58. Great place.