Scott Hicks

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WOW! This is the nicest RV Park we have ever stayed at. A+ in every respect. Not much to do in Canyonville, other than the casino, but people stay here for multiple days due to how nice and reasonably priced it is. Large sites, big rig friendly in a big way, beautiful landscaping, very quiet (off the freeway quite a bit), easy in and out, casino priced fuel at the same exit, central fire pits stocked with firewood, huge indoor pool and spa, shuttles to casino - there just isn't any negative. We've stayed here multiple times during trips north and south through the state of Oregon.

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Very nice RV park at marina in Chula Vista. Big rig friendly. Very well maintained with good security. Lots of rules, but those rules make for a nice stay for everybody. Good park for a rally, with meeting rooms. Water side sites abut the Chula Vista marina park. Bay is visible beyond the park. Park can be a bit noisy with people, especially on weekends. RV Park has pet areas, but due to the many pet restrictions, we found it best to walk our dogs outside the RV Park. The marina park is very pet friendly - right outside the gates. Next time we are in the Chula Vista area, we will definitely stay here again.

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There are 4 or 5 RV parks near Disney, but Anaheim RV Resort is the best of the bunch. This is a smaller, more intimate park. Although it backs up to I-5, the noise level from freeway is not objectionable due to a very tall noise wall separating freeway from park. I would not be opposed to renting a site right up next to the wall. The park is very clean and well maintained. Front desk people are very friendly and accommodating. The lawns are green and manicured, with several pet areas complete with doggie bags and receptacles. There is a free continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and cable TV. A shuttle picks up every 30 minutes or so all day, to take you to Disney. For $5 you get unlimited trips back and forth - a way better deal than driving a few blocks to pay $15 for the Disney lot. Big rigs are OK in many sites, but there are also many sites that are for smaller rigs only. The only real downside, and my reason for not giving 5 stars, is that the park is open to the surrounding area. It is not fenced on 2 sides. The park is laid out like a neighborhood with many roads in and out. There is one apartment building and an elementary school across the street. We had no problems with people wandering in, but if you want a security fence around you, this is not the park. On the other hand if you are looking for a smaller park with first class facilities, right across I-5 from Disney, then this is definitely the one.