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This is a family campground (lots of kids, lots of tents). Hookups are funky, have extra hose and electric cord. Quiet hour isn't until 11:00 pm, meaning radios go until then. It was the only place we found with vacancy. We needed electric for A/C, as weather was hot and humid.

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What a beautiful place to stay. Excellent sites, wide, level. Some pull throughs. Only complaint was no sewer at site. Well set up dump station. We stayed 4 nights.

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Strange place, hard to find. Off county road, then dirt road. Electric and water. Looks like maybe 3 ponds, filled by rain. When we were there only half full. Obviously deep, possibly a former quarry. Fishing when full. Sites were grass, level, back in. Iron ranger for fees. Good for the price. Good one-nighter.

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Pretty setting surrounding lake. Permanents were well kept up. Quiet park. We stayed one night, en route, but could have easily stayed longer.

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A National Forest CG operated by Lassen College. Beautiful setting, wide spaces among tall pines, lots of room between sites. We arrived on holiday weekend and got one of the non-reserved spots. Reserved places were all taken. Called before driving up, and host was most helpful.

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An older KOA, gravel roads and sites. Staff was very accommodating, received an Amazon delivery for me. BUT, the park is inundated with midgie bugs. A flyer about them is given on check-in. The bugs swarm so much you can't sit outside. We left early. Gasoline and propane are sold at very competitive prices.

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A county park that is really great. Older section, Lakeview, has gravel roads and pads, some E/W, some FHU. Close to lake stocked for fishing. Newer section has paved roads, concrete pads, newest pedistals, all FHU. Excellent facilities for kids. Only complaint is that CG Hosts' sites are quite unkempt. Rest of park is tidy and well maintained. Park cable does not work. They tell you in advance and on website. Good Verizon signal.

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Not visually attractive, but pretty good park. Didn't use showers, but laundry was very nice. Campground host was a great help. Good restaurants nearby, brewery and fishing pier within walking distance.

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Rarely would I give a 10, but at Durango, everything is excellent, from check-in to the sites (wide concrete pads, very level) with nice grass, to the utility pedestals. A very nice pool area.

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Everything was perfect, maybe too perfect. Like staying in Disneyland! Lawns perfectly trimmed, landscape well maintained, excellent hookups. Very helpful staff. Lake for catch and release (fee).

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Not great. Narrow roads, tight turns, dirt sites. Pool was really green. Trains with whistles all night. Dump station poorly located (could only be used when entering). Inadequate bathrooms. We left after one night, expected to stay more. Sites are under heavy tree coverage.

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Passport America rate. Park kind of grew on us. At first we thought "not much" but as we sat and enjoyed the view, we decided it was pretty good. Wi-Fi spotty, we used Verizon. Lively pub/pizza parlor. We launched our PortaBote. View from the water was great. Check-in was slow. Would definitely stay again.

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Very well maintained grounds and facilities. Nice showers/bathrooms. Pull-throughs are tight and short. A park in this price range should be perfect. This one was not. Sewer connections are small. Standard fittings don't fit. The restaurant in the adjoining inn is quite pretty, but service was amateurish, and breakfasts were cold. Rate posted was approximate (I couldn't find the bill!).

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An open gravel campground. Good hookups, newer pedestals, no amenities. Our rate reflects Passport America discount. We saw no evidence of a homeless encampment. Park was surprisingly full for a Saturday night off season. Quiet.

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Large, open grassy area with level sites. (I didn't even use the jacks). Sites are full hook up, back in. No amenities. Surrounded by oleanders, which makes it private. However, the campground backs up to the Union Pacific main line. Heavy use of whistles. But the train noise seemed to quit about 9:00 pm. We were not awakened through the night. Either we were very tired (we were) or trains didn't run through the night. But we will definitely stay again for an en route campground.