Norm Nice Guy

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The property is experiencing issues with employee turnover so somethings were not arranged as discussed for our group. Management was quick to rectify our issues as much as possible. We really appreciated being able to use the rec room.

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The Good Sam rating needs to be updated. Most of the staff were friendly but I got the impression that our group was not really very welcome as they prefer to have snowbirds. In fact they want us to send them full payment in July if we want to stay in November next year. They did reserve the rec hall for us. The rec hall has full kitchen facilities which our group needed. Our pull thru site did not have a table and I felt that the sites were very close together.

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Large fully landscaped concrete pads with attached concrete patio. Some sites had tables (ours did not). Fishing, pedal boats, frisbee golf and horseshoes. lagoon, sandy beach, fire pits and cabanas, heated pool and jacuzzi. WiFi was spotty. The lake is starting to get overgrown with weeds.

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Our site was not level, hookups are good, the free Tengo WiFi is good, the staff does not enforce the park rules. When I mentioned the problem with campfires which were not allowed and the people who were quit noisy after quiet time I was informed that I was mistaken. The RV park is only 30 minutes to the Yosemite gate (a little over an hour to Yosemite Valley). A big con: this RV park is at about 3,000 feet elevation and there is an 8 mile climb up out of the valley, on Route 120, to get there. This 8 mile, two-lane section is full of tight switchbacks and tour buses and logging trucks come flying down the hill towards you as you climb. We are experienced RV'ers, but this was still a harrowing experience. Other cons: the RV park is all gravel (access roads and sites) which makes it quite dusty and dirty (muddy when it rains), T-Mobile cell phone reception is non-existent. If you order food to go from the deli there is an extra charge for the plate. Really!!!!

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Nice setting in a clearing among the redwoods, but zero shade. WiFi was not adequate for making WiFi calls. No T-Mobile signal. The sites are pretty long (good for big rigs) and paved, mostly pull-through, with a nice grass lawn between each. They have two sewer hookups, one in the rear and one in the middle with lawn in between the sites.

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The Klamath Camper Corral is a good choice when looking for a place to camp in the middle of the California Redwoods. We found it to be a tad overpriced. The new owners just took over in May and are working very hard to improve the campground. The laundry facilities have been upgraded with new machines. Tenters should be aware that a bear visits the fish cleaning station nightly.

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Good sized level sites. Some shaded. They use Olenaders as site separators and they have a sign posted that warns about the danger to your pets and children if they eat the bushes. They run a free shuttle to the Calico Ghost Town. This is a good park for kids.

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The staff is very friendly and helpful. The park is not very busy as most of the sites were empty but the motel was full. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This is a terrible RV park. The sign in front of the campground claims Heated pool, Tennis Courts, Luxury Big Rig Pull Thru. None of this is true. The free WiFi was only accessible from the office. I had to cut brush so that I could get in and out of my rig. Needless to say I will not stay here again. We loss power twice during the two days we where there.

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Laundry room smelled like a litter box. Staff in general were not very friendly. Roads are very narrow and the campers are very inconsiderate for the most part. If you are parked in the last row in a big rig then good luck getting out of the park. You have to drive the wrong way on a one-way street that has trucks and cars blocking your path. To access the dump station you have to drive through an open lot in the tent area and move the rocks out of the way around the dump. We will not stay there again.

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The most disappointing feature of this park is the water. The drinking water has a very distinct yellow color. We were told that this is normal for the area but that the water is safe to drink. Fortunately I had full tanks and did not top off when we left. I would not stay here again.

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What a nice RV Park at a reasonable rate. Large sites, good WiFi, nice dog walk area. Nice rec hall.

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Friendly owners. Great danish and pizza. The laundry takes a long time to do a load but gets your clothes clean. I appears that only the long term sites close to the office have sewer. Nightly rate is unknown.

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This KOA has new owners as of May 2014 and they are fantastic. There is still work to finish to get the property finished but they are working on it daily. They serve a free pancake breakfast daily. Some nights they have an ice cream social ($1.00 per scoop) and they have a ranger give a presentation on the crater.

     

Beaver KOA

Beaver, Utah

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The staff at this park are excellent and well organized. We were traveling with another couple so they gave us buddy sites which is nice but the layout of the sites is unusual with what appears to be a long row of sites that we felt were close tpgether. We had to go to the local medical clinic on the Monday after a holiday weekend. The clinic was excellent and the staff are top motch. We were treated like locals. Everypne we met was friendly, kind and courtious. Stayed July 2015, traveled with friends.