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The park is clean and residents are friendly. Most are snowbirds. There is a lot of campground traffic near the short stay sites, making dog walking a bit of a challenge. These sites have concrete pads and have a large grassy area behind the rigs. There is no enclosed dog park but there are two large, grassy areas near retention ponds that offer plenty of space for on-leash walking. The park has many activities. ATT reception was good. Cable TV is included, but a box may be needed (provided by park). Wifi is provided by a different company at a fee.

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We enjoyed this small, quiet campground. The sites are flat, dirt and grass, with adequate space between them. Most sites seem to have picnic tables. Many of the sites are treed. The grounds seem to be well maintained. There is no dog park, but there is a roadway through the woods that provided a pleasant walk. Cable is not provided and there are only a handful of local stations. WiFi is free and cell service with ATT was good.

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This is a pretty park with mature plantings and trees. Sites are all back-in. Some were a bit right for motor home and car, and some seemed challenging to back in to. There is no dog park, however the beach is about 1/3 mile walk over a soft, sandy path. We were on an organized tour so did not pay the park.

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Clean, flat sites with gravel or concrete pads. Some areas are hilly and I didn't notice if those sits were flat. Roads are adequate. Large dog park in a treed area, but it might be quite a hike from the far side of the park. Gravel sites do have a concrete patio area that accommodates a picnic table. There are a variety of camping and meeting areas and a large fire pit in an area with porch heaters. Wi-Fi and cable. Treats for humans and dogs were given to us at check in. We were on a tour and did not pay or make arrangements.

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This is a pretty park with several different areas for camping. We were on "A" hill and found some sites had too much slope for our leveling system (which is overly fussy). There is no Wi-Fi, but AT&T reception was good. There isn't a dog park but there are many grassy areas for dog walking. The lawns are well maintained, which means that after an early morning walk you drag grass clippings I to your motorhome. There seem to be a large number of long-term campers, but their sites were tidy. We were on an organized tour so did not make arrangements or pay.

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I love this park. Flat sites, stamped concrete pads with reflective markers to help position you leaving room for access to utilities, well maintained plantings, a beautiful dog park, pretty club house and pools. Yes, it is noisy. I do wonder if a wall would help shield some of the noise.

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Clean grounds with an awkward entrance road going straight uphill. Sites are treed and graveled. Our site had a steep, slippery hill side on the utility side and our picnic table just fit between the hill next to us and our motorhome. There is a small, fenced dog park at the bottom of the hill. The campground has free wifi which worked well but no cell phone connectivity. There are numerous camping cabins, nice, flat tent sites and several multi-room tents for rent.

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Sites are a bit close together, and due to drought it was rather dusty. Owners are wonderful and have worked to make the camp attractive with things to do. They have a huge dog park and a nice outdoor kitchen/pavilion. Wifi was slow. We are traveling with a tour group so didn't make arrangements or pay for the camping directly.

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Adequate park with shade trees. Sites are a bit tight. Nice, large dog park. Wifi was additional charge. We were with a tour so did not make arrangements or pay.

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No frills flat gravel lot with hookups. Sites are fairly close together and a few have trees. Roadways are wide and it is easy to maneuver through the park. No wi-fi but ATT cell signal was good. No cable. The only area to walk dogs is over the gravel and around the fenced perimeter, although there is a park about a half mile from the campground. Not a vacation destination but convenient if you want to visit wine country and San Francisco is not that far away. We were on a tour with a group, so we didn't make arrangements or pay the park.

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Yup, this is/was a storage facility. Areas of concrete have been cut out between RVs and have been planted. Roads and sites are flat and wide enough. There is a nice enclosed dog park. Wifi is slow at busy times. Cable and cellular work well. The owners are fabulous and the park is spotless. We were here with an organized tour so didn't make our own reservations and did not pay directly for our stay.

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We traveled here with an organized tour, so didn't make arrangements or pay by the night. I really enjoyed the campground. Sites were paved and flat, and roads through the park were adequate. We were parked in a "drive in - back out" site which was lovely, in a motorhome. I am betting the reviewer who rated the park a "1" had to back in to one of these sites on the perimeter with his fifth wheel, and then hook-ups would be on the wrong side. There are nice walks outside of the park for dogs, but no dig park. The Wi-Fi was inadequate. I enjoyed hearing sea lions and fog horns instead of traffic noise and railroad trains for a change!

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I enjoyed the treed sites and the large field for walking dogs. The Internet was adequate. We had little to no AT&T reception. Sites were almost flat, and yes, some are quite narrow and are difficult to get Into. You have to be aware of your location with respect to the power pole and trees if you have slides. The manager chastised me for walking the dogs in a part of the field that wasn't meant for dog walking. There were no signs to direct me. My dogs went crazy with all of the rabbits. Walking them was a chore. Although the rabbits are cute, I do wonder about whether there are any health risks with so much rabbit dung all over the place. For this reason I am glad I didn't have children who would want to play on the playground .

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This is a nice park with flat sites having easy access. Sites are a bit close together. The Wi-Fi was slow or nonexistent. There aren't many places to walk a dog. It is nice to be able to walk into town for cute shops and several restaurants.

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The strong points of this small campground include a nice staff, pretty plantings and potted flowers around the campground, and a nice walk along the river. Sites are flat but are rather close to each other. The campground is quiet. Wi-Fi came to a screeching halt during popular times and there is no cell phone coverage with AT&T.