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Convenient for an overnight. Apparently the company owns the park and two gas stations closeby. Staff was nice and helpful. Site was basically a gravel parking lot near the highway although noise wasn't a factor. Wifi was good.

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Great staff! Most places weren't open yet and there was snow on the ground but they were open and had bladed the roads and spaces. They helped us fill our water tank on the way in since it was too early for there to be water available at the sites. Price was competitive with other parks in the area which surprised me. They also warned us about weather moving in and recommended when we should consider traveling west. All around a great experience with caring people and good facilities. Wifi worked great. We would stay here again when in the area.

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Huge park aimed at longterm residents. (Over 1100 spaces) Lots of activities although the "clubs" weren't meeting when we were there. Attended a great steel drum concert one night. Stopped here to have a look since we have friends that spend a few months here every year. We were put alone on a gravel parking space with a cement patio and a tree. We had to disconnect as the space was too short to leave truck connected. Parking next to patio on our site. No one talked to us or were friendly. We were disappointed and decided if we decide go back we need to spend more time and have at least one other couple with similar interests as us. Lots of park models in the community. We were in the transient area and since we didn't have a pet, we were all alone.

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Gravel sites with cement patio, table, and tree. Very nice stopover with level pull-thrus. Close to highway but didn't notice noise. Wifi worked well. They also offer free use of bicycles.

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Bus stop by park that we used to get to the Alamo and the River Walk. ($2.75 for all day pass) Wished we had brought our bikes. The trail goes by the park.

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State Park with great amenities. Wifi didn't work at our site but did across the road for our friends. Beautiful park with some grass and trees (unusual in Arizona!) We walked to the Discovery Center and took both Cavern tours. These were some of our favorite caves ever! Very knowledgeable Park Rangers. Would definitely stay here again and tour the caverns when we're in the area!

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We visited with relatives and this park worked for us. We did have to disconnect and park the truck nearby due to the length of our space. Gated and secure.

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Riverside County Park. Lots of grass and space between rigs. Loved this park and would definitely stay again. It's a ways off the highway and could be hard to find without gps or good directions. Great staff. Wifi spotty. Large, beautiful park.

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Unfortunately we've heard this park has been closed and purchased by the city. They have other plans for the property. Planes, trains, and automobiles! Noise was definitely noticeable. All are basically next door. We enjoyed our stay and the park was very convenient for Mariner and Padres games.

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If you like to golf, stay here! We have stopped here three times and enjoyed a round of golf. The nightly fee includes golf for two (cart rental additional). If you don't play golf, they give you a discount (Good Sam, etc). Our site was a backin next to the road which was realitively quiet and nice.

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On I-5, easy in/out, level pull-thru sites. Great people. We have stopped here several times on our way through. Don't notice freeway noise. Good wifi, clean showers and restrooms. Will definitely stop in again when we're going through Oregon.

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Super easy access off I-5. Next to freeway but didn't notice any noise. We were in the center of the park. Love that there is grass! Level, gravel sites. We have stayed here three times when traveling through. Very convenient! We didn't even have to disconnect. Cheap fuel across the road on our way to the freeway. Great people, great place.

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We lost brakes coming out of Death Valley over Townes Pass. Ended up staying a week here. Basic gravel site with cement patio. Next to Hwy 178 so there is some highway noise although it didn't bother us. Bertrand RV & Mobile Home Park is located west of downtown Ridgecrest. The campground has 58 sites for recreational camping with 10 reserved for short-term, overnight stays. These short-term sites are on gravel and have full patios. All of the short-term spaces only accommodate back-in parking and measure 20 feet by 40 feet in size. Full water, electric and sewage connections are available at each spot as well as cable television connections. Wireless Internet but isn't reliable at the transient spots. The campground DOES NOT PROVIDE RESTROOMS, SHOWERS or on-site recreational activities.

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LOVE the Lewis and Clark Caverns! This campground is across from the visitor center. Nice park with clean, modern bathrooms. Playground for the kids. Stayed one night on our way home so we could visit the Caverns. Very convenient.

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Nice park. Large campground. We were far from the flush toilets. Vault toilet have swarms of flies. So bad I couldn't use it. Close to reservoir, nice level sites. We stayed here one night. Lots of fisherman come for the day. Very few campers when we were there. Didn't see any rangers or hosts although there was a rig at the host site. Pretty area, some trees, on reservoir, playground, basketball court, and horseshoes. Look for what interests you and camp nearby. This is a large park.