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Great location along the Russian river. Fun family atmosphere with plenty to do during the day. All roads and campsites are dirt or gravel so prepare to be dusty. The connections for our site (site #25) were on the opposite side of where they should be, so we needed to pull in to our "back-in" site. No sewer connection, so needed to use dump station. Easy walk to river beach access. Only 15 minutes from Hwy 1 and ocean access. Definitely plan to come here again.

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The most notable positive about this campground is that it is within walking distance to the ocean and beach access. Also beautiful views of the golf course and ocean in the distance. Staffers were friendly. There are a number of live-in residents. The old lady across from us kept giving us the stink-eye. Site was very cramped, felt like we were on top of our neighbors on both sides. Odd sewer connection does not lock into place so be careful when dumping. Overall, seemed overpriced for what you get at the campground; however, the location is great. Also not many other choices in Half Moon Bay.

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Beautiful campground along the Gualala river, just minutes from access to the ocean and beaches. Our nightly cost of $59 included additional $10 per night for a total of 4 people. Bathrooms and pay showers are old, but relatively clean and serviced twice per day. The general store inside the campground sells many items, but relatively expensive and odd working hours; go to the grocery store in the town of Gualala instead, only 5-7 minutes away. Road within the park is tight. Be sure to drive slowly, especially with larger rigs. Some campsites are very spacious, others not as much. Electrical and water access are placed in odd spaces, as the electrical boxes are attached to trees near the site. Be sure to bring extensions for both electrical and water. There are very few sites with sewer connections. Must either use the dump station within the campground or order a honeypot service for $20. Due to the natural dirt environment of the campground, sites vary in how level they are. Be prepared to level rig. All things considered, would definitely camp here again.

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The resort is located near Solvang, Santa Barbara, and Los Olivos. All hookups worked well and site was relatively level. Most site pads are compacted gravel and had ample space between RV's. Sites were nicely landscaped. A ton of activities were taking place at the resort while we were there, which made it fun for the kids. Pool (although crowded) and restrooms were clean. Small store and restaurant located on site. Would definitely stay here again if in the area.

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It was an average experience for the amount paid. RV sites are very close together. Pull-through sites are set up such that each RV pulls in from the opposite direction. As a result, both RVs doors face each other, which is a little awkward. It was a little uncomfortable to have to share the same grass strip with the family next to us. Pool, restrooms, and laundry facility were spotless. Close and short drive to beaches and activities. Even though the park was clean, I would consider staying here again only after exhausting other locations.

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Resort is located in the heart of the Mission Bay area of San Diego. Plenty to do in and around the park. In terms of aesthetics, it is nothing more than a RV parking lot that happens to be right on the bay. However, due to its location and local activities, one could almost overlook the fact that RVers are packed into the park like sardines, particularly during busy parts of the year. All hookups worked well and site was level. Staff were friendly and helpful. Even though I did not actually use the restrooms, they did not have a welcoming appearance from the outside. All in all, I would consider staying here again.

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This park is not much more than a parking lot for your RV while you enjoy Disneyland. Unfortunately, this is the closest RV park to Disneyland. They do have a convenient shuttle stop for a ride to the amusement park. Even though there is a pool, there are no activities at this "resort". The water pressure is low, the cable does not work (except for in the office, of course), and some of the back-in sites have awkward raised concrete patios in which one must fit their RV between. Office staff provided mediocre hospitality, but the security staff and maintenance crew was extremely pleasant and helpful.

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This is a very clean, well maintained RV resort about 1 mile from the casino. All sites are furnished with full hookups (including cable), a wide concrete pad surrounded by well manicured landscaping, and a picnic table. The pool and spas are well maintained. There is an available shuttle that will take you to either the casino or to the general store. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again.

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Positives: Small and wonderful lake for fishing, kayaking, boating, and swimming. The majority of campsites seemed to be shaded. Lakeside campsites provide fairly easy access to the lake. Wonderful ice cream at the store for cheap! In general, the campground staff was friendly and helpful. Negatives: Camped here during Labor Day weekend (mistake). It was way too crowded. Loud campers with no camping etiquette all around us made for a less than pleasant experience. Only a small handfull of sewer sites throughout the campground for RV'ers. WiFi and cell phone coverage is only available around the store; it does not reach the campsites.

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One of our family's favorite RV resorts! We have stayed here multiple times and have never been disappointed. This is a large resort with a lot of activities for families. Hookups are well maintained. Sites are also very level. Easy, scenic walk or bike ride to the ocean and beach, as well as Pismo beach town shops.

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Very clean RV resort and friendly staff. They even assist you when backing into your site. The sites have just enough space to enjoy time sitting outside of your rig without disturbing your neighbors. Not much to do around the immediate area; however, it is only 40 minutes from Santa Cruz Boardwalk, 15-20 minutes from Gilroy. Would definitely stay here again.

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Great RV resort conveniently located just across the street from the beach and only 5-10 minutes from Lake Tahoe casinos. Hiking and bike trails are close by. The resort is very clean. Friendly staff. Sites are pretty level and well maintained. A few areas of the park are pretty tight for larger rigs due to the large trees all around, but just take it slow and you will be able to navigate through. Be sure to bring jackets, sweaters, and have a heater because Lake Tahoe is at a high enough elevation that it can get pretty cold at night; especially, during the off-season. The least favorite part of the resort for us is that it is literally on HWY 50, so there is always the sound of vehicle traffic; it can be annoying during the middle of the night with semi-trucks driving by.

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An easy drive from the Sacramento area for a quick get-away. I have been coming here since I was a kid. The individual experiences have literally ranged from exceptional to downright miserable; depending on how you camp. Overally, Camanche does not have a lot of shade, even though you can find a few spots that have trees with great canopy. Even though the sites do have full hookups, the sites are primitive and can be slightly un-level. However, not nearly enough to be discouraging. The lake is nice; however, the level has consistently been lowering over the years.