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Rocky Mountain Hi RV Park & Campground, Kalispell, Montana

Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $31.00
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This campground is one of those that has a little bit of this and a little bit of that. This is our 4th year returning to this RV Park for a weekend. We camp at all different venues from dry camping to 5 star. It is a nice park with a good management team but not perfect. They are a little rough around the edges but take care of your needs. You feel like you are putting them out a bit when asking questions or that they really don't care but at the same time, they are looking into the matter and helping you out right away. Not all sites are created equal. Some are nicer then others, some are in trees with shade or grassy without shade. There are some annual campers so some of the sites are quite jammed packed with 'stuff' (not the most appealing to the eye) and some of the units are really really old. There is a nice little swimming hole for the kids where you can rent a canoe and a creek that runs through the campground. A very old playground but a great picnic shelter. There is also a storage unit place attached and mobile home park but it didn't really impact our stay. We camped at Rocky Mountain Hi RV Park & Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

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Malibu Beach RV Park, Malibu, California

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $60.00
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This was our second time back at this park. I have mixed feelings regarding this park. If it wasn't for the view I don't think we would have returned. The staff really are sticklers for rules. Whether you break them or not, they put fear into you for what might be. Immediate eviction we were told several times when checking in by the camp host if you speed over 5 miles/hour. Immediate eviction if your dog is off leash. I don't mind rules and feel all parks need them but there is a polite way of enforcing them. Aside from the really pricey sites, it was really hard to swallow being charged $5.00 a night for my 6 year old. The view brought me back and would bring me back again but not the people. They were OK but certainly not the type of customer service you expect. They have prime real estate and know that most of their guests probably won't return as they are passersby. Oh and the hill to the top is really steep and a sharp turn heading north on PCH into their drive. We camped at Malibu Beach RV Park in a Tent.

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Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreational Area, Oceano, California

Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $10.00
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This is a great beach experience. I searched extensively for a place where I could pitch my tent right on the beach. The entire Pacific Coastline there were only two campgrounds where this was possible. Oceana Dunes, California and Coos Bay in Oregon. It is now on our bucket list to return with our RV. Pros: You are right on the beach If this is the experience you are looking for, it is the best!! Rigs of all sizes camp along this beautiful stretch of beach You drive along the beach at low tide to find your spot. People willing to help if you get stuck. You can ATV here. Cons: No running water, only chemical toilets (but kept clean). Lots of traffic between beach and water. You can get stuck. It was really windy and we had no shelter. We camped at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreational Area in a Tent.

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