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Way off the beaten path if you are traveling up 101. It is on the far harbor and takes half an hour to wind your way to the area off 101 prior to getting into Coos Bay town. Not good unless you are actually going here to crab etc. The place is fine and is a marina so a large parking lot with hookups and facilities. We made the mistake of thinking this was a good stop over because it was on a bay.

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Great set up, just off highway but no noise. Easy in and out, great office staff and laundry. Excellent pool and hot tub. Very convenient location to Lodi wine area. Down town just down the road. All utilities worked well. Excellent olive press on thornton road just beside the park. Really great location to excellent wine tastings. Good verizon cell coverage and the wifi was ok but we were a bit away from the office so was better when i went back to the office. Row E is not close to the office so if you want wifi ask to be closer. Go to the Cheese shop downtown and get help with the area like which wineries to try and where the best produce stands are etc. Great thursday night farmers market down town during the summer.

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The camp ground is just a simple parking area off 101. Not bad but nothing special. Everything worked fine and the staff was nice. I was really late, called to get directions and they walked me thru how to get there step by step (after i had made a wrong turn onto a one way road). That help was worth its weight. The town has nothing in it except the old town by the water and the Carson mansion which is an old victorian home that is now a gentleman's club. All the mod cons like Starbucks and Napa and Wallmart but other than that not much else to see. I wish we had gone on to Trinidad - that place was beautiful. We drove up the 1 from San Francisco area and that was also a bit much. Should have done only part of the coast but live and learn. That last bit between Fort Bragg and Liggett was horrible.

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If you are driving thru death valley and you need a place to stay the night this will do. It is a on highway 190 which runs thru the park. You can drive half way thru and stop here for the night and get up and drive the rest of the way the next day - very good way to see the area. The gas station across the street is where you sign in and pay. Most spots do not have electric etc so the back maybe 10 places are where you need to go. Back ins with not the best location for utilities but not horrible. The worst part is you can easily pass the entrance if you are not paying attention because it is a drop off on the main road that looks like a gravel path instead of an RV entrance - heads up. They use a generator to run electricity so use your surge protector - we didn't have any issues but I hear some RVs do not like the electricity flow. No frills at all - it is a rock garden in the desert, not a resort. We would not come thru here again mainly because we will not drive thru the valley again but it was ok for stop over after a long days drive. Pretty view and the restaurant across the street looked reasonable if you need.

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Off the beaten path with no frills. If you want to be in the quiet, off the beaten path with basic electric, water, sewer then this is your place. You can get verizon cell coverage because a tower is directly behind us and the wifi is ok. The drive in was slow going but not hazardous. It is only a few miles off the main road but if you want an easy on/off this is not your place. Not much going on, you are on your own to check in and find a spot (places with or without trees for your sat). The roads are not big so there are tight turns in the park to get around but you can make wide, on the grass, sweeps. Very pretty grassy and natural environment. Don;t think we would come back. Not a great value to us.

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Good all around smallish place easy to get into and out of. Cheap compared with others in the national park areas of Utah. Cable was a bit dodgie for us but that might have been our connection. Utilities other wise good. Nice friendly staff. Easy pull thrus with plenty of room for everything. Verizon wireless great. wifi was good except during the late afternoon and night when everyone on. Good location before you get to town closer to bryce so better for going hiking etc. The town doesn't have a lot but small grocery and gas and lots of places to eat.

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Made reservation via phone - all well and easy. Just a gravel lot like most of them in the area so nothing bad or good about any of them. All utilities worked fine. wifi ok until later in day (like every where) when people started to get on it. The verizon coverage was good except when we got there sunday night - all phone was down. Had to pay with cash or check because phone lines and cc line down. We only stayed two days and saw Capital Reef. Nothing in Torrey so bring everything you need including fuel.

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Lots of RV places in Moab so pick your choice. This one is south of the area but not far out of town. Up on a hill so good cell service. Cable worked well. Nice staff who helped us greatly as they were booked and they had to fiddle to get us in for an entire week and then fiddle another day for us. Very helpful. Nice setting but nothing fancy like all Moab. Close quarters but all of them are close. This one (and we stayed in four) is the best to us. Simple and reasonable price. If you want a pool go to Slickrock or cheap go to Goose Island but if you want good middle of the road reliable, this is your place.

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BLM land next to the River with limited sites but easy access. Lots of different types of campers here from tents to Class A. No electric, etc and no tv nor cell coverage. You can get a bar every now and again but be careful if u rely on cell - it comes and goes and if windy there is nothing. Boosters will not help if windy. Cheap and easy. On the road just outside of Moab and a beautiful drive. Closest to Moab. The best thing to do is come into town and stay one night at a regular place so you can be assured of a spot. Early the next morning like 8am go to the camp sites in Goose island and find someone who is leaving that day - check the cards on the post by their number. Talk to the people to make sure they are leaving, then pay your fee and get a card to put behind the person occupying the spot now. Then you can move to the spot without worrying if you will get one (first come first serve) When you pay and put your card there, you have more assurance that you will get your spot. That is what we did and it worked great. You can pay each day for the following day and stay up to 14 days. Very easy to do. You in the spot, you own it until 11am each day. Generators allowed 8am to 8pm each day.

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One of first parks as you come into Moab. Good location because you do nt have to go thru town. All parks here are small but this one is fine. Has a pool and hot tubs. Busy little place but seemed to always have one or two sites available. Moab in general is busy. Wifi was useless but Verizon cell was good. Small play ground. Lots of off roaders there but everyone friendly. Closer to the end with Arches so good area. Expensive though considering others we went to afterward.

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Stayed here a week and used Passport America for some of that. Really good deal. Located next to the River and they have River access and directly on it. Small water but cool. Lower set camp ground and a long way from the highway off route 34. You have to go thru town a ways to get here. There are others along the way. There is absolutely no verizon cell coverage. The wifi wasn;t bad but would not count on it. There is a small play ground and on the route to Estes Park. Nothing special but cheap and cheerful.

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Stayed here mainly because not a large number of other camps were open. We only needed a couple of nights but the biggest problem for us was absolutely no Verizon cell coverage. If u do not mind this, then it is ok. The park is large rolling in trees but plenty of access. There are lots of different types of sites and the staff are helpful at allowing you to pick where u want to be. The wifi was not good but i never count on wifi. The location is just outside Custer but on the main road with no road noise.

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Conveniently located smallish park near the freeway (90). Noisy because of the location but we didn;t really mind. Everything convenient. The town is a mile down the road and we went skiing at Big Sky so it was an easy hour to there. Best rv spot around. Easy but tight thru the park. Plenty of local channels over the air and verizon cell was great. wifi was ok - not the best nor the worst. Very friendly staff - let us leave an open tab because we did not know when we were leaving. Showed us to our site and guided us in. No real issues but they were nice.

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Just needed a place to stay to go see Devils Tower. It is 28 miles to the national park area but this rv park is right off 90 so it makes it an easy place to stop and stay instead of dragging the rv to the monument. The other parks at the monument are nice, we just wanted to stay closer to the highway. The water was turned off because of early april and they turned it on for us to fill our tanks but never turned it on again even though it was a beautiful day the next day. We ran out of water and no one was around to help. Not a big deal but not convenient. No one was around because early in the year so I get it. Wifi did not work at all. Kept dropping me and caused all sorts of issues even though there was only one other person there and we were right at the office. Very expensive for what you get. Nice staff though. Easy on off the highway etc. Verizon wifi worked well. No local channels so need the cable and open area so you can use sat tv well.

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Just needed a place to stay to go see Devils Tower. It is 28 miles to the national park area but this rv park is right off 90 so it makes it an easy place to stop and stay instead of dragging the rv to the monument. The other parks at the monument are nice, we just wanted to stay closer to the highway. The water was turned off because of early april and they turned it on for us to fill our tanks but never turned it on again even though it was a beautiful day the next day. We ran out of water and no one was around to help. Not a big deal but not convenient. No one was around because early in the year so I get it. Wifi did not work at all. Kept dropping me and caused all sorts of issues even though there was only one other person there and we were right at the office. Very expensive for what you get. Nice staff though. Easy on off the highway etc. Verizon wifi worked well. No local channels so need the cable and open area so you can use sat tv well.