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Excellent place to stay for your Sequoia National Park visit. Our campsite to park entrance was 8.5 miles. This is not an RV resort but is a nice clean, quiet park to camp in. Lots of shade trees and the sites are nicely level. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi was very good. There was AT&T cell phone coverage but no Verizon access, for that you have to drive down the road a few miles. Overall this is a very nice park for your Sequoia visit. We would definitely stay here again.

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We have camped here several times and in several areas. Our favorite area is down by Oak Creek but those areas are often filled so make reservations early. The park managers are always friendly, the park is very well maintained and clean, restrooms and showers are clean. This is a nice shady park within walking distance of the shops in Sedona and away from the heat we have in Phoenix.

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We have camped here on two different occasions and definitely will camp here again. The park is well maintained, the staff is very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are shady and several have great views of the lake. It is a great place for family gatherings as they have RV sites, tent sites and cabins. The restrooms and showers are are clean but there is a charge for the showers. Through no fault of the park the WiFi was down (provider outage) and there is a small fee if you want to use it. This park is a little remote so cell phone coverage for Verizon was a little spotty. The lake provides really great fishing. Early in the season it is high enough to use their boat dock and they have boats for rent. Later in the season the water is really low but fishing from the shore provides really ice rainbow trout.