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Nice park. Pool, gym, adult and family lodges. Tons of space for sites in phase 2. Many activities. Friendly staff. The only complaint we had is the dumpsters were always full but we loved this park and would stay again.

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This park is nice enough. Lots to do in the area. It has a heated pool and hot tub but the hot tub was often colder than should be. You don't get a lot of space per site because of the power and sewer set ups but staff was friendly and helpful and the beach is 100 yards away. Beautiful beach area.

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We just spent 3 weeks at Seaside and we Loved that park. It was beautiful and well kept. it's gated. You have space between your sites so you don't feel like your sitting on top of each other. Easy in and easy out, FHU at every site, there is a lot of wild life to enjoy, the annuals sites all look very nice, and the staff was Great! So friendly and helpful. The amenities are great, it's close to town, within walking distance to the mall, the bus and trolley stop, and the beach. They pretty much have everything you could want in a park. Seaside should be TT's flagship park!

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Sewer at back of the sites. No amenities to speak of but laundry and showers. Fish cleaning station and right next to the ocean. Some sites ( smaller units) can park on lower level for the ocean view. Really clean and quiet. We enjoyed this park.

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No sewer, no amenities to speak of. They do have a little breakfast wagon on the weekends and you can rent tubes for the river (park is right by the river) and the staff was friendly. The park is very hilly so not big rig friendly. We are TT members so we stayed in the park for free.

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This park has a great big pool and miniature golf. Nice family and adult lodges. They fixed the driveway while we was there so all the potholes are gone and the bridge was repaired as well. They have updated some of the power boxes and have a section that is 50 amp as well But there are no sewer hookups and we parked in a site by the dump station which is pretty much none stop traffic so we would get some unpleasant fumes. The sites are filled with weeds rather than grass which in May isn't a problem but come summer I could see it getting worse (of course this is a drought area) and also there was several campers doing major auto repairs in the camp. which made it look trashy at times. We stayed for 3 weeks and all in all enjoyed our time there. We are TT members so our stay was free.

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I've got to say how very disappointed I was with this park. I had stayed here about 7 years ago and it was a top quality park. it’s a dump compared to what it was. There is an entire section of annuals that makes it look like a mobile home park. The annuals RV’s are old and run down and there is junk everywhere. The buildings are run down and everything needs a good paint job. The electricity does not register correctly on our surge protector it said there is no ground. And the only spots with a true ocean view have no hookups. The plus side is its within walking distance to pretty much anything you need groceries, restaurants, pharmacy etc. It has a great little walking path along the Cliff side with a beautiful view. and its close enough to the city that you can park and ride the Bart. I filled out the comment card on encores web site and the Manger called me right away to tell me that are working on the situation with the annuals and also to clean up the park. I was very impressed. I still love the location of this park and we stayed here with our RPI so it was cheap but this park is not even half what it use to be. Hope they can get it back to what it was!

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This park is on the edge of the sand dunes in Pismo beach when we looked at the web site it made it look like the beach was within walking distance. The dunes are a good 1/2 mile of huge rolling sand hills so do not plan on walking to the beach. You can rent horses and ride to the beach. It was $50 an hour. This park also does not have many amenities; it’s a bare bones park but it was pretty clean. 2 complaints, the people here drive through the park very fast. They have a speed limit of 10 but it's not enforced. Also even though there are dog baggies right before you enter the sand dunes most people either bag it and leave the bags out in the sand or they don’t bother to bag it at all. But all in all it’s a clean park and in a nice quiet location.

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Loved this park. Lots to do, Grill on site. Adult Pool and spa and family pool and spa, very fun miniature golf course. Fishing and many types of ducks, birds and geese. The only downfall is its right next door to a dairy farm and when the wind blows in the wrong direction the smell is very bad. When the wind doesn't blow at all the flies are terrible. We are members of TT so we stayed here for free.

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This park is just like camping. Lots of wilderness, hiking trails, trees; It has a fun little miniature golf course and a dog run. Only one section has sewer hookups. It has a nice little store, rec center, pool and hot tub. There is no AT and T service here but the Verizon tower is within sight and is very fast. When we arrived the ranger took the time to help us find a spot and park. We really enjoyed this park. Lots of wild life. Turkeys wake you up. We are TT members so we stayed for free.

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Verde Valley TT is a really nice park. Kept up very well. Very level and lots of activities. The Grill, surprisingly enough, has very good food. They had a fun little valentines day party with dinner and entertainment. The pool area is very big and clean! We really enjoyed this park. We only had 2 complaints and one is not the parks fault. One, Verizon and At&T both say it's 4g but the service in this little valley is terrible. Two, we got into the hot tub and it was not even as warm as a warm bath tub. It was very cold out in the evenings so the hot tub was unusable. But all in all we loved this park and would come back. We have a TT membership and we stayed in a spot with 30amp so we stayed for free.

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Very clean park. Nice club house and pool area. Fenced in dog run. The best part of this park is the 24 hour security at the gate and the barbed wire around the park. If you have to stay in Vegas make sure you're in a secure park! Walking distance to boulder station. The Ranger was very friendly and gave us a lot of good information on the area. We are Thousand Trails members so we stayed here for free.

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This RV park is fairly small but is very clean and level. A little expensive but right next door to the Graceland exhibits and souvenir shops and in the parking lot of the Heartbreak Hotel. There are shuttles you can get to take you to Beal street and Marlow's is a good restaurant about a mile away. They will come and get you for free. They have a nice little store with food, RV and souvenirs. They have a large area in the back with a dog park and play ground. A small pool and pavilion area.

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We loved this RV park. It's clean, easy to get to, just out of reach of the busy city. Friendly staff. Nice little bark park and very pet friendly. They even give you a dog bone and pink or blue baggy when you check in. They have a shuttle and for a price they will take you into Nashville. The driver pretty much is at your disposal and very willing to work out whatever you need or want. Thursday night they had dinner catered and provided entertainment (a singer that sang to karaoke music but hey!) for $9 a plate. The food was very good! The only complaint at all which was not even that big of a deal was you can hear the highway at night. We would come back here!

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Pros first. this is a very nice camp ground. It has a huge rec center with lots of activity's as well as miniature golf, tennis, shuffle board, horse shoes etc. they have planned activities like bingo and djs and much more. Its very woodsy and shaded and the pool area is one of the best I have seen, 2 pools one inside and one outside a kiddie pool and a hot tub. They have a arcade and a store that they will open for you any time during office hours. Its gated with one way in and one way out. Its very shady and pretty with lots of trees and ground moss and its far enough away from the road to keep the noise down. They have a little fishing pond as well. It was very easy to find. The staff is very friendly. each camp site has a BBQ stand and a fire ring. Ours fire ring was missing and they promptly brought us one. Cons- The park is very hilly so be prepared to get creative when parking. The most level spots are at the top of the by the clubhouse.When you arrive you have to go find your own spot and then go back and tell them where you parked. When you pull in you go through the gate but the office is smack dab in the middle of the park so you have to drive quite a distance to get to it and follow the hard to see arrows and signs to get there as well as go past all the campers so if your unit is big I strongly recommend you either pull over in the road after the gate and disconnect to drive to the office or just be prepared for a tight drive through the park. There is no grass here its all dirt because of all the trees. when it rains it gets very dirty. If your at the bottom of the hill look out. We stayed in A43 which kept us away from the busy hustle and bustle of the clubhouse area and was still fairly level. But we did get a lot of traffic. Also if your just a zone member be prepared to be hit up to upgrade your membership to elite by the camp host. But it was no big deal. He was very nice about it and did not push. We stayed 5 weeks and if we ever get back this way we will definitely stay here again.