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Nice Park just outside of Tucson. Formerly owned and run by Lazydays now owned by KOA. Nicely laid out park with some really nice premium sites with grass. Pool and jacuzzi very nice. Good workout room. Restaurant and bar are a nice bonus. Plenty of orange, lemon and grapefruit trees to pick.

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One of the best located RV Parks near a major city we have seen. It's located in Mission Bay Park. Miles of walking, biking, kayaking, paddle boarding etc. right there. Mission Bay Park is always active with many weekend events. Pacific Beach and Mission Beach are about 4 miles west. San Diego is about 5 miles and Balboa Park about 7 mile. The park is very well maintained, the security is top notch. It's a large square parking lot with some trees and decent sized spaces. There are about 10 sites that face the bay but they don't allow you to back in so you really have no view. Don't understand that. We have stayed here twice and will return.

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Really enjoyed this resort. Very roomy sites with exceptional views of surrounding mountains. Many snowbirds enjoying evening events and activities. The Pickle Ball courts are VERY active. The overall vibe of this resort is very laid back, people super friendly. Do not look any further in Indio unless you want to go high end and spend lots of $$$$.

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There are 2 campgrounds in the area, one is right off of Rt 49 and Magnolia Hill is 2 miles down the road. We choose this one to avoid the hwy noise and it didn't disappoint. The road is gravel, tight and windy and perhaps not the best road for big rig drivers without a lot of experience. But it is doable. The camp site is perched atop a mountain and very peaceful. There were only a few people there and I assume they were living there. The owner was friendly, it was an easy in and out for a quick visit. The nearby town is Natchitoches, the oldest town in LA. Very quaint, worth the visit.

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This is very similar to a state park. Gravel, uneven sites cut out of the woods. It is beautiful, if you love tall trees and being in a forest. There is no satellite reception at any of the sites. None. I have a Kingdome on my coach and a Dish 1000.2 pointer. Nothing. Trees are to close and to high with no openings. But sites are private and roomy. Staff is very friendly.

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This is a very large park located within a 20 minute ride into Portland without traffic. You can take the highway into town or take Marina Dr. along the river. It's also under a 1 hour drive to Mt. Hood. The park is very well organized for it's size. Extremely well lit at night. All sites are paved with grass. Plenty of space. It's on 2 or 3 different levels which makes it feel more spread out. Only negative is that it's VERY close to a commercial train track. It is LOUD. Trains are long. We would return.

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Best location on the north rim of Crater Lake, 15 mile drive to rim drive. Park is nicely spaced and wooded. Sites are gravel but ours was level. No frills, similar to a State Park. Staff was adequate, guy helped you back in which is always nice if you are not familiar with the angles. We would return.

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Very nice park. Right on the 101, but quiet. Staff very accommodating and friendly. Close to everything in Bandon, but not on the sea. We had a huge site, almost like we were in our own park setting. This is a typical laid back Oregon campsite. We would return.

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Great little park right on the river. The front of our coach was within feet of the banks with fantastic views. The staff is friendly and so are the locals that live there. They actually took our Passport America for all 3 nights. There are lots of parks to choose from in Klamath but we really enjoyed this one.

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This park is no longer a KOA. It is on the beach but that's about it. The place is a mess. When we were taken to our site, I asked the person if she was serious. Unfortunately she was. The sites are sloppy and not very defined. Trees that should be trimmed, are not. Rocks that should be moved, are not. It took me several attempts to back in. It was entertaining to watch others attempt to get into their sites. Mostly Californians in fifth wheelers. (Not that there is anything wrong with that.) The hook ups are in the wrong spots, we had to run our stuff under the coach and uphill, not good. All this for $60 a night. We will not return.

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This is the best example of a true family RV Park. Large swimming pool, petting zoo, numerous things for kids to jump on and do. They require you to wear theme park type bracelets as you walk around the park (we did not). Kids all over the place. Organized groups of all types and sizes. We stayed here with another couple to access wine country, Point Reyes and Muir Woods. It was perfect. Quiet at night considering the amount of kids, nice sites with large trees. They have decent cable, forget about getting satellite or phone service for the most part. It's a bit pricey, but the only show in town. Staff was friendly. Overall a good experience. We stayed for a week.

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The name should be "Carmel by the River that you can't see or use". I fish and was hoping to, but unfortunately you can't fish or swim in the river - which I never saw anyway. However, this is a very quiet and well groomed park. Very close to Carmel and Monterey. Entrance to Pebble Beach is only 5 miles and worth the $500, if you are a true golfer. Wi-fi actually works very well, but you will need a dish that points to get any satellite reception. They do have cable, about 10 channels. Getting in is a challenge, unhook, your toad before you cross the one lane bridge. We would return.

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This is a parking lot but a nice one. Spaces are just big enough, some have bay views. Security is top notch. Location is excellent, biking and walking along Mission Bay is fantastic. Lots to do on weekends. I would recommend this park strongly if you want to explore San Diego. There is a big dip in the road as you pull in but take it slow and you will be fine. Stayed a week . Would return.

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I was hesitant to stay here because of the negative reviews but it's the only show in town. It was worse that I had anticipated. I almost had to detach my toad while pulling in, cleared the wall by an inch while cars where honking getting off the freeway. To get to our spot we had to drive thru the park, which is not easy, exit the park and then re enter thru another exit. You had better be an experienced driver to stay here. I watch a guy in a 36ft motorhome take about 30 min to jockey into his spot. Only a wall separates this park from the freeway. You will be within 10ft from the freeway in some spots. Noise is constant. There is no room to walk around for exercise and the neighborhood is a bit sketchy. All this for a mere $66 a night. We have been on the road for 7 months, staying at about 35 campgrounds, this is BY FAR the worst. I'm not telling you not to stay here, it is the only location in SB, but be prepared. The women who lives here running the park is very sweet.

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Absolutely fantastic state park. Layout is great, sites feel private with plenty of room. Many sites have views of valley looking towards Fort Pendelton. You will hear artillery fire from time to time. Great location to access Trestles surf areas. Car sticker gives you free access to San O's beach. Easy access to San Clemete and Dana Point. Staff was very friendly. We stayed here for 2 weeks. Week days are empty, weekends are full. We will be back. Check for park closing due to military ops.