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This park is located a couple miles off I-40 in a semi developed residential area so it's very quiet. It's an older park but well maintained. Our pull thru was a typical, narrow KOA site that was built before RV's had slide outs. Each site has hedges and trees that add privacy but make a narrow site even narrower. The power pedestal is located in the front and the water, sewer connection is towards the back. I had to jockey around a bit to find the "sweet spot" where I could reach the power, sewer and not hit my slide outs on trees. All the utilities worked fine. Each site built in charcoal BBQ but in my case it's location is within a few feet of my neighbor's slide out. The biggest issue I have with this park is it's way over priced. We are on a 30 day, 9 state tour of western states (not inc. CA). All of our stays have been at private RV parks and this is the second highest price we've paid. At the hightest priced park, also our favorite, we paid only a few dollars more than here and it's at a whole different level than this park. It's also adjacent to a national park. If ever again in Kingman, I'll stay elsewhere.

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This park is good for an overnight stop. Very quiet. It's located off the main road, there aren't any signs leading you there so it might be hard to find without GPS. There is a sign near the office asking that you not park on the grass. No problem, since there isn't any. The very friendly owner checked us in gave us a site close to the office to ensure wifi for us. As other reviewers have stated there is some deferred maintenance. We'd stay here again if in the area.

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A very nice well kept campground. Close to the freeway for easy in and out but the trade off is traffic noise. Easy check in. We were escorted to our site and the gentleman who's escorted us got out of his golfcart and cleaned inside the pedestal and check the water. That was a first for us. The only negatives for us were, while there, we planned on doing laundry and catching up on emails. Someone tied up all the machines for several hours doing over a dozen loads of laundry and we were told at check in the that the wifi works for some and not for others "but it's free". It didn't work for me.

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This park is adjacent to Hwy 191 so there is some traffic noise. Campers who've stayed there before told us there are new owners and they are making needed repairs and upgrades, which we saw ongoing during our stay. All utilities worked fine. Typical rv park wifi, works best when everyone is asleep.

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This is a campground is ok for an overnight stay. The signage outside is worn and old. The campground is tired but all the utilities worked fine. No wifi or cable and T-Moble's LTE signal is non-exsistant. The very friendly lady who checked us in directed us to our site and helped us back in. The inside roads and sites are gravel with grass in between.

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One of the nicer campgrounds we've stayed in. This is a very popular campground and were sold out every night we were here. The first two nights we had a premium back in site, which had room on the side for our toad. The last two nights we had a regular back in site. My MH and toad barely fit and my electrical cord was just long enough to reach. I needed a 10' extension to my sewer hose as well. Lots of well kept grass, a nice play area for the kids and a wooded area behind the park to walk the dogs.

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The property is located on a river and on the site of a former lumber mill hence the name. Checking in was easy, very friendly staff. We opted for a riverfront site. Although there was afenced undeveloped area between our site and the river we had an an amazing view. Our site was pull through but crowned in the middle. As such, leaving my tow attached would have required leveling blocks in front. Staying for only a night I unhitched and parked the my rv in the middl of the site. The utilities worked fine. There is a shuttle that will pich you up and take you to the casino. We had a nice casual dinner at their sports bar. We'll return.

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An ok overnite stop if in the area. Very close to the Lassen County fairgrounds. Check in was easy and the hookups worked well. Office was helpful. The concrete pads in every site were cracked or broken, but I was able to level my coach with no problem.The perimeter sites seemed to be occupied by long term or permanent residents, including one that feels the need to display a large confederate flag. really? I don't think I'd stay here again.

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A small, nice park on the Chetco river. The manager was very firendly and helped us to our site. We opted for a riverfront site. A nice feature of these sites is they have hookups on both sides so you can pull or back in. The utilities worked well. The wifi in off hours worked well but after about 8:00 a.m., it slowed to a crawl. Cable TV required a loaner box be connected to the back of our TV, so we didn't bother. We have DVD's and there is a Redbox closeby at Fred Meyers. The driveway leading into the park is steep and one line wide and the interior roads are tight. We have a 36' MH and we were able to maneuver ok. 40' + might have problems.

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Beautiful campground in a great location. Easy check in, staff very helpful and guided us into our site. All hookups worked well. A lot of long term campers but very friendly and very clean. Will come back if ever in the area.

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Older park but new owners are working hard to make improvements. Easy check in, we were escorted to our site. Hookups worked well. No cable. The owner was very helpful with suggestions on things to do in the area. There is a trail leading to the former dam site just outside the campground entrance. Wish we could of stayed longer.

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It's all about the location. We were directed here by the manager of another area campground after my wife was dissapointed there was no ocean view there. This CG is right on the water, between a bay and the ocean. Miles of beach for walking. Not much appears to have changed since the last review in 2012. There is a friendly gentleman in the office that checks you in and appears to be the only person working here. A lot of deferred maintenance.however, water, 3oA, and sewer hookups work fine. No wifi or cable. If this place was full, the sites would be tight, but there are only 6 rigs here, so that's not an issue. I would come back if in the area again.

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A good over night stopover when traveling I 5. Checkin was a breeze, friendly staff. We had a long pull through site. Easy in and out. Utilities worked fine with the exception of the wifi. I could never get connected. My T-mobile hotspot worked fine. It's a fairly new CG with no large trees so satellite reception shouldn't be an issue. We planned on staying two nights and visiting some area wineries but it was just too hot during our visit. Be aware being close to the freeway means traffic is always in the background.

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This campground is located just south of Lone Pine. We had a pull thru site that accommodated our toad without disconnecting. The sites are gravel and fairly level. The hookups worked fine and were situated near the middle of the site which made connections a breeze. The sites are a little tight and due to a tree, I would not have been able to extend my awning without disconnecting my toad and moving. However, since it was so hot and there was smoke from fires in the mountains, we stayed indoors with the ac running. The area we were in seemed to be for over nighters and management must have taken note earlier reviews because all occupied sites had vacant sites on both sides. We will be back.

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This campground and its sister "glamping" facility next door, are situated on some very expensive real estate. That might help explain the high prices. There are sites for everything from tents to diesel pushers. Our site was located on the lower level, middle row near the bottom and we did have a partial ocean view. The site had level concrete for our RV but you step into dirt when you exit your coach. There was paved area in back for our toad. There are fire rings and tables at each site. During our summer, mid-week visit the park was filled with families and lots of kids. There is a large grassy area with playground equipment for kids and a dog run. There are also hiking paths but be aware dogs aren't allowed on them. As others have mentioned, it's a long walk to the beach.