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Great campground for short or long term stays. We were in the new RV area and it was very nice with lots of space. There was easy access to the wash next to the campground so we could take our dog for long walks. The staff was excellent. Even fellow campers were friendly and helpful. The park was clean and well maintained. We'll definitely stay here again when we come through Wickenburg.

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The staff at this park are very friendly and welcoming. We had a spacious site with full hook-ups. It's true, there was no grass, but this is the desert and lots of desert campgrounds don't have grass, so it wasn't a negative for us. There are some long-term residents, but the ones at our end of the campground kept there sites clean and they didn't have a lot of junk on their sites. My husband did see one campsite of a long-term resident that needed to be cleaned up, but it was behind a fence, so it wasn't obvious. Still, this camper needs to be told to clean up or move on. The rest of the campsites were neat and orderly. The highway noise died down at night and we didn't hear a train, so that wasn't a problem for us. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This is a great county park a few miles out of Langlois. RV sites are paved and have 50 amp electricity, water, picnic tables and fire rings. All of these sites are in the center of the loop. There are tent sites on the outer edge of the loop with nice flat areas for pitching a tent. The park has a dump station which is free to campers. The campground is on a lake, but the ocean is not far. You can see the ocean and hear the surf pounding on the shore from the campground. We would definitely stay here again.

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We had an excellent site here with full hookups. The campground host saw us come in and recommended it because of the size of our fifth wheel (32 feet). It was a perfect site, but I have to be honest, it was a "host" site that was open to the public after Labor Day. The park ranger and the campground host were very friendly and helpful. They really made you feel welcome. Now, the entrance to the campground is not great. My husband was concerned that we might have trouble with the hills and curves going out, but we made it just fine. Not sure a larger rig would have found it as easy. Also, the host said there were rattlesnakes in the area, but we didn't see any. This is a great park and we would stay here again if we were in the area.

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The road in is very narrow, bumpy and busy with logging trucks. It is also not well marked. More than once we thought we had missed a turn or something. The sites themselves were not bad and we had no trouble finding one that was big enough for our 32 foot fifth wheel. For the most part, sites were spaced far enough apart that you had privacy. The campground host is being replaced next year and it's easy to see why. He is rude and not at all helpful. It was so bad, we stopped at the ranger station in Groveland to complain. That's when we found out he had been told he wasn't coming back. Perhaps that was the reason for his negative attitude. The campground was also not being taken care of and the sites were littered with items left behind by previous campers. The camp host's site was full of junk and it really made the whole place look trashy. The only reason we would stay here again is if we went back to Yosemite, which we don't plan to do.

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Really nice RV park with paved sites, all utilities and friendly staff. We had a large site with plenty of room to sit outside. Only problem that arose was trying to find the entrance to the dog play area. My husband never did find it, but it was easy to take our pup outside of the park for a walk. I saw 2 other campers trying to get in the dog area and apparently they encountered the same problem, as they were soon walking their dogs outside the park, too.

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This little National Forest park could use some love. The pads are paved, but they are very old and most of them are pretty broken up. It was difficult to find a site that didn't have issues with leveling the camper because of it. Most of the sites are spacious, leaving adequate space between you and your neighbor. The real plus with this park is its proximity to the Lassen Volcano National Park. It seems like a very good option if you don't want to pull your rig to the campgrounds in the National Park. Other campers in the park were very friendly, which made for an enjoyable stay.

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This is a National Forest campground on Lake Shasta. The sites are quite large and there is a lot of room to spread out. All sites have a bear-proof food locker along with picnic table and fire ring. Sites are paved and long enough for larger rigs. The road into the campground is paved, but it is 11 miles of curves and can be narrow in spots. There are quite a few turn-outs, though, so it wasn't really a problem getting there. It was just a slow drive because of the curves.

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Great campground near the Redwoods National and State Park. Our site was right on the Klamath River and we were able to watch sea otters swimming right next to our campsite. The office is not always staffed, but self-registry is easy. The owner is very friendly and gave us good ideas about what to see while in the area. Verizon MiFi, AT&T phone and Dish TV worked very well. The setting was very peaceful. It is on the highway, so there is some noise during the day, but it quiets down at night, so sleeping wasn't an issue for us.

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Nice, quiet forest campground with both trees and a large grassy area so you can get some sunshine. All sites have a picnic table and a fire ring. No hookups, radio, Internet, or phone, but you can get satellite TV if you have it. The thing to know about this park is that the signage on the road is easy to miss. The park is after milepost 4 on the left side of the road. There is a boat launch and day use area on the right side of the road. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a well kept county park on the beach near Charleston. Unfortunately, you can't really see the ocean from any of the sites, but it is visible if you walk down to the day use area. Sites here are on the short side and are very narrow. In some cases, it would be hard to put out your slides if you had them on both sides of your unit. On the other hand, the plant growth between sites does give you some privacy. All sites have a fire ring and a picnic table. This is a reservations only park, but if you come in looking for a site, you can reserve one on the spot if there is one available. Either the park ranger or the resident caretaker can help you with that. There are also 3 hosts in the park. They are good about giving advice and answering questions.

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Nice forest campground near the Oregon sand dunes. Off road vehicles weren't allowed in this campground, so it was nice and quiet. Most sites in this campground were a bit narrow, but a few have enough space to accommodate a larger rig. Neighbors were not seen or heard, even though there were several other campers in the campground. We didn't have cell phones (AT&T) or WiFi (Verizon), but our Dish worked just fine.

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This is a very nice RV park, very clean and clutter-free. Every site has some grass and a picnic table. Our dog really loved it because they have a good-sized play area for dogs to run in without having to be on a leash. AT&T cell phone and Verizon MiFi worked really well here. Park staff were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again the next time we are in the area.

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Most of the sites in this campground are pull-throughs and most are wide enough to put slides out. Be careful, though, as they aren't necessarily easy to get in/out of if you have a larger rig. One loop in the campground is off-limits to large rigs because it is pretty tight in a couple of spaces. There is a picnic table, fire ring and food storage box at each site. We had no cell phone (AT&T) or WiFi (Verizon) in the park. We did have radio and Dish TV. Attendants at the check in booth are very friendly and helpful. Campground store has a pretty good selection of items, especially since it's the end of the season.

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Nice forest campground with campsites in a variety of sizes. There are also several pull-throughs which may make things easier for larger rigs. Campground hosts are welcoming and very helpful. There is a boat launch in the campground and fishing in the Willamette River which runs right by the park. Several of the campsites are on the river. There is a train track that runs on the other side of the river and there is the usual train noise when one goes by. Because the campground is not near a town, the whistle blowing is not much of an issue. The night hours are pretty quiet, although one train did go by at about 5 a.m. We would have stayed here longer if we could have.