Camel Jockey

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Exceptionally clean and neat campground with long, level pull-thru sites. Very nice spacing between sites and very quiet at night. A little pricey for just a one night stand but the amenities are such that it would be an excellent longer term stay especially for families with kids. We will stay here again though hopefully for a bit of local sightseeing the next time. The "Mrs" was very cheerful and helpful and showed to our site. 'Mr`s" garden is a sight to behold. Definitely a green thumb there. Just watch for the chickens as you drive in the park!

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This is probably a nice campground normally but two issues weighed heavily against it for us. First, the pull through site was so steep we could not level the coach without propping the rear end up to the full extent of the jacks plus about six inches of pads. It was so unstable with that arrangement that we spent three days rolling downhill to the bedroom and climbing back up to the front. Nearby sites appeared to be similar so we could see no point in moving around experimenting. Secondly, the wifi was so slow I nearly fell asleep between the pages. Check in is "do it yourself" where you pick up a map, rules and an envelop at the "house", drive to the site of your choice, fill in the envelop form, insert the required amount of cash and return the envelop to the "house". Not sure what you do if you don't have cash since there is no provision for card numbers, etc. There is a small store in front that might give you cash though. It is quiet and the sites, though mountainous, are quite long for our 67' rv+car trailer and the car itself. We would stay here again if we can find a somewhat gentler sloping site. The rate reflects two days PA and one day regular ($24).