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Park has quite a few long term residents but their rigs are well kept and do not detract from the overall environment. When approaching the park on Carson St you must enter from the southbound lanes as there is an island in the road. The park is close to any kind of service or store that you might need.

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Need a place to stay in Pahrump during the summer. They had everything that I needed including two really nice swimming pools. If I am in Pahrump in the future and need a place to park my RV I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.

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This is a small, new park about a mile and a half from downtown Tucson just west of I-10. It only has 23 sites one of which is occupied by the camp host. It is located in an old residential area surrounded by apts, homes and a park. If you are looking for a large grassy spot with trees and a big view of mother nature this is not the park for you. However, if you are looking for a good campsite, close to downtown activities, managed by some really great people than this is the place.

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Very nice State Beach. The park is large and the camping spots are nicely separated. Large grassy areas with some trees and shrubs. Short walking distance to the beach. No hookups. Don't show up before 2pm for a new reservation. They will not let you in even if your spot is vacant.

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They have put electricity into many of the sites. The interior sites are $50/night and the ones facing the beach are $65+ if you can get a reservation. This is a very popular campground and reservations are almost always required and need to be made many, many months in advance. The roads and camping pads are asphalt. The sites have adequate separation although there is little vegatation. It can be very windy here so what your awnings carefully. I wouldn't leave for the day with your awning out and expect to find it still attached to your RV when you get back. I speak from personal and unfortunate experience on this. We always try to stay at this State Beach at the end of our summer RV trip as we head back to Arizona. We have camped here many times and will definitely come again.

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Nice park with good location. There are some RV parks down in the marina area but they do not have hookups. If you are looking for a camping spot with hookups this is a good place to try. Sites are pretty close together and the sites in the middle of the park are out in the open. sites around the periphery have some shade at certain times of the day. Park in clean and the folks that run it are pleasant and helpful. Far enough off the road that you don't hear much road noise. We stay here to visit the wine country because it is much, much cooler on the coast than it is just a few miles inland.

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This is probably the best RV park in the Ft. Bragg area IMHO having stayed at most of them at one time or another. Sites are fair size and most have hedges between sites. Sites are level with a gravel surface. Roads thru the park are more than adequate but with some speed bumps as I remember. Folks that run the park ware nice and very helpful.

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Park is close enough to the shoreline that you do hear the surf and the sea lions. Spaces are pretty close together. A few sites farthest to the west are very shaded and have a few of the ocean (assuming no fog) but most are pretty open. The folks that own and run the park are working hard on it and are very helpful.

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This is a great park. It is in the marina on the river and the setting is very nice. The sites are close together but the park is well laid out and beautifully landscaped. I believe that the camping pads are asphalt but they could be concrete. They are not gravel or dirt. The folks that were running the park were first rate.

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Ft. Stevens is a great park. We always come down the Oregon Coast on our way back to Arizona at the end of our summer RV trip. We always include the Astoria area and we always stay at Ft. Stevens. The park is quite large and has hundreds of camping sites. Most of the sites are under some large trees and getting satellite signal will be a challenge. The park is beautiful and very well kept. You really can't go wrong here.

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Campground is in the Southwest corner of the park. Spaces are reasonably separated but most are pretty tight and the loop road is narrow with many trees to avoid. Be careful in a bigger rig. this is a pretty basic campground typical of the NFS. Has water and restrooms but that is about it. Can't beat the location if you are exploring Mt. Rainer from the SouthWest side.

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Park has gravel roads and sites. Spaces are close together. Park is close to the bay and has some nice waterfront sites. Good place to stay if you are visiting the Anacortes, Widby Island, San Juan Islands area. We stayed here for a week and used it as a base to check out the local area. It serves that purpose nicely. If you are coming into Anacortes on rte 20 from the East be careful of the road that takes you to the park. It is very narrow and not in very good shape. Next time I go I am going to go into town and double back to avoid this strip of asphalt that someone has called a road. We will be back in this area in 2016 and will stay here again.

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Park is within long walking distance from Whistler which was good on our visit which was a three day national holiday. You couldn't find a parking spot in whistler if your life depended on it. The RV sites are on the small side and close together but the park is nicely landscaped. the staff was very helpful not only about the campground but activities in the surrounding area.

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We drive thru Coeur d'alene almost every summer on our way to cooler temperatures farther north. We always stay at Blackwell Island. Nice Park, nice location, pleasant folks. A little pricey but what can you expect with a park that is almost downtown.

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Park was packed when we were there because it was a big Canadian holiday. Spaces are close together and, in my view, a little trashy. WiFi was very good, strong signal and pretty fast. There is some noise from trains across the road as it is the main E-W rail line. Lots of things to do around here.