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Rate reflects Good Sam's discount. This is one of our favourite campsites and our 4th visit. It is clean, well maintained and well tended shrubs and plants. The roads are tarmac with hard standing sites. Friendly staff, shown to site on arrival and trash collection from site, these two features are becoming more rare at campsites. There is a free shuttle to the casino if required. Easy access from the I-17 but very little highway noise. We certainly recommend and as stated before we would give a perfect 10 but the poor wifi lets them down, a feature that is needed in this technological age.

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Rate reflects discounts and was just water and electric for an overnight stay. This is a very nice park near beautiful Lake Powell and close to the town and shops. We stayed here last year for a week and did have brilliant wifi but we were in a different area of the park on this occasion and the wifi was very poor. Tarmac roads and gravel sites well maintained. Some sites are on a slope making levelling slightly difficult. Clean, good condition restrooms. Like a previous reviewer we would given a higher mark if the wifi had been accessible, important feature in this technological age. We certainly recommend especially as the price is very reasonable.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We stayed at this nice small park for 3 nights to see awesome Bryce Canyon National Park the campsite is in the town of Panguitch 6 miles from scenic Route 12. Although a small town, there is a good supermarket and diesel at very reasonable prices. Owners were very helpful and friendly. The site is open plan and all gravel but tidy. Restrooms are very clean but older style and a very large laundry. We had to sit in the comfortable chairs outside of the office to pick up WiFi as our site was to far from the antennae. On the last night when the campsite was almost empty we did get good connection from site. It is a more basic campsite than some but excellent value. We would certainly recommend staying here.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We stayed at this very quiet, clean, neat and landscaped campsite for 3 nights to visit Zion National Park and Kolob Canyon. The concrete sites are well maintained and level but the grass area between sites is rather narrow and no picnic table. There are quite a few long stay sites but they are mainly free of the usual clutter and again very neat and tidy as is the town of Hurricane. The restroom showers were very clean but only one block for the whole campsite. Walking distance to a good selection of restaurants and shops and a very good supermarket. The woman that checked us in was sadly rather impersonal but would certainly recommend the campsite.

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We stayed here for an overnight stay as easy access from I-15. Very large and level gravel sites and picnic table in good condition. Clean and nice restrooms and laundry. Campsite is kept in very good condition. There is highway noise, cable TV picture not great, and Wi-Fi flaky, but OK for overnight. Price on high side. If you stay here you must visit Peggy Sue's 50"s Diner just half a mile from the campsite.

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Rate is with seniors discount and is rather high, no 50 amp when we arrived due to a problem and it was very hot, our premium site was very narrow; some other sites did have more space but were more expensive. There were tarmac roads and some hard standing at our site but it and the whole campsite is dusty and run down and needs refurbishment. As with other campsites when they are quiet they still huddle everyone together rather than spacing us so that we have some space. Cable was ok and wifi was excellent. The showers (coin operated) and restroom/laundry are clean but again need refurbishment and only 2 stalls in the ladies for the whole park. They are also situated in the mobile park area, quite a distance from the RV sites which was rather odd. We stayed here to visit the awesome Sequoia National Park. It is approx an hours drive to the park but so worth it. Unless you stay in the national park there is not a lot of other choice.

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We stayed here over the Labor Day weekend and was gouged on the rates, it's not worth $55 per night. The sites and roads are dirt and no sign of maintenance for some years. We agree with the earlier reviewer about signs and finding your site but the staff are very helpful and we were shown to our site. Restrooms were clean except for the last 24 hours of our stay when they were not cleaned at all. They are stained however and do need refurbishment. The garbage dumpsters were a mess and just dumped in an open area with bits of garbage lying around. Wifi was Tengonet which was flaky. We had a large site with picnic table. There did not appear to be a designated pet area and laundry was hung between trees. The local town of Groveland was lovely with a good reasonably priced supermarket and good fuel prices in the local gas station. We were very upset at having to pay premium prices because of the holiday weekend especially as the campsite was below par. It is one of the closest parks to Yosemite NP.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. This is the most delightful campsite, easy access from the I-5 but no intrusive highway noise. Friendly helpful staff, tarmac roads and very level tarmac site. Good cable and Wi-Fi, lovely pool and hot tub. Continental breakfast. We certainly recommend this campsite and would happily stay here again.

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This is an excellent campsite and a refreshing change for a KOA. We couldn't fault it at all hence the 10 out of 10. It was also refreshing that it was $36/night with our KOA discount. Recently the campsites we have stayed at have been truly overpriced for far less amenities and service. The owner is friendly and helpful, our level site was spacious and plenty of length for trailer and tow truck. There is tent and small RV camping in the redwood forest area. Cable very good and WiFi/internet excellent. Easy access from highway 101 but no road noise and campsite very quiet, very convenient for Crescent City and The Jedediiah Smith Redwood Park. Very clean showers and restrooms. We certainly recommend this campsite.

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A nice easy access campsite from Hwy 101. Rate reflects nightly rate with Good Sam discount. Very nice friendly staff and owner. Tarmac roads and very level tarmac site. We were concerned at first that our site was near to the road but it was not a problem it is very quiet at night. Site was long enough for trailer and tow truck with a very large grass area at the side with picnic table. Good cable TV Wi-Fi/Internet is the TengoInternet system, which can be flaky. Restrooms and laundry very clean. Our only criticism is that there appears to be many full time residents which gave the campsite a bit of a scruffy look in places, but we certainly recommend staying here.

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A small but very clean and tidy campsite & motel right on the beautiful Hood Canal with own private dock and small beach area. Very clean restrooms and showers--some of the best we have seen. Lots of well tended flower pots, tarmac roads, gravel site, but not very level. Site was just about long enough for trailer and tow truck but very narrow. The back-in sites are wider, however most of these were taken with long term residents who tended to dominate the site. There is a spa which we didn't make use of so price was a little on the high side. Having said that we would recommend and it was the very best ever Internet connection we have had, I tested the speed one evening at 28.64 Mbps. Internet is important to us so this was a big plus.

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This is a nice quiet park, neat and clean and easy access from Hwy 101 and convenient for Lincoln City. Friendly and helpful owners nice club house. Restrooms, showers and laundry clean. The sites are long but narrow with very narrow grass sitting area. Good cable TV channels but wifi at best flaky. We recommend.

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A small neat and tidy park with tarmac roads and level gravel sites. The pull thru sites were we were situated, were very narrow with no space for a picnic table. We have marked the campsite down because the cable TV that we had expected when we booked was no longer available and the wifi was very poor to non existent. Also the water pressure was extremely low. These factors made it overpriced. Also although our credit card was taken to hold our booking we discovered on arrival that only cash was accepted. The 9 hole golf course is suitable for beginners but to call it a golf resort is big stretch.

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This was a very nice campsite and in fact better than we had anticipated. We had a long site pull thru at the top of the park with a large grass area and picnic table. Tarmac roads and level gravel site. No cable TV, the wifi/internet could be flaky but was adequate. The restrooms/showers and laundry/club house were excellent, very clean and neat. It is just 3 miles from the lovely town of Port Angeles and The Olympic National Park. It is also walking distance from the Elwha Dam Site, the biggest dam removal site in USA. We certainly recommend.

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Easy location from I-84 although far enough away not to have highway noise but it is near a busy railroad. Not a problem for us. It is a heavily wooded campsite in parts and our site was in a very dark area we had to have the lights on all day, we did notice several people moving sites. Our site was very long but narrow with dirt area between sites, we would not like to stay here if raining. The restrooms although clean need to be be serviced more than once a day as because of the dirt the floor gets very dirty/muddy. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Our Wi-Fi was excellent but we were near to the office and the campsite was not that busy; good cable. We feel as with so many KOA campsites now it is overpriced.