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We have stayed at this park several times over the past two summers because it is near to family and convenient. It lacks sewer and water hookups, but large, clean bathrooms make up for it. The park is well maintained, with long, level, gravel pull through sites.

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Definitely overpriced for what they offer, but it is a pleasant stop for the night, and far enough from highway noise to enjoy sleeping with the windows open. Roads and sites themselves are dirt, at least in the newer side of the campground where we stayed. The pull through sites are long and spacious. All sites are full hookups, with 50 AMP service. There are pay showers, if you don't shower in your rig. Park admission is included with the nightly camping fee, but it doesn't include the mine tour, train tour, or other attractions.

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This was a gem of a campground that we nearly missed. It's small and personal, right between Hwy 101 and the Klamath River. We chose a pull-in site facing the river and were rewarded with views of seals playing and fishing, as well as plenty of birds: Grebes, Herons, Egrets, and of course, sea gulls. All sites are full-hookup, 50 and 30 AMP. There's no television reception and no cable available, but my Verizon phone pulled in three bars of 4G. Laundry was convenient, as it was only a few steps from our door. This park is not open year-round, and they were in the process of shutting down for the season while we were there - had just pulled in the dock and removed the picnic tables. The owners are nice and helpful.

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This campground is in the heart of California wine country. Vineyards, orchards and wineries dot the landscape on the way in on Hwy 101. Arriving late on a Friday afternoon, it was pretty full, but we were still able to secure what we thought was a suitable spot for our 38' coach. Site #2 is high on a hill compared to the others in this section. We had partial shade in the morning and late afternoon. Birds are plentiful, lots of Scrub Jays, woodpeckers, and even a hummingbird. Sites in this park are all 30 AMP electric and water only. Bathrooms/showers are clean and easy to get to. There's some highway noise, but not up close and personal, and I didn't find it annoying at all. We ran into trouble upon departure due to the slope and angle of the site compared to the road, almost requiring a tow truck. For this reason, site #2 is not big rig friendly! Unfortunately, most sites at this park are not suitable for big rigs due to the steep angle between the road and the actual campsite pads.

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This is a tight parking lot, not a destination resort. Although right on the ocean, there is no beach to access. Our pull-in site faced the fenced off pool and hot tub area, and we were too close to our neighbors to pull out both of our living room slides. That said, it's a great place to park for a few days while you take in the sights of San Francisco. It's within walking distance of a grocery store, farmer's market, and access to public transportation.

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Located just beyond the San Luis Reservoir heading east on Hwy 152, this park is convenient and peaceful, although there is some highway noise. Sites are barely long enough to hold our 38' motorhome with dolly, but sufficiently wide to not infringe on your neighbors. Many of the sites are shaded, most with picnic tables, all with full hookups, including cable TV. This was supposed to be a two night stop, but we extended our stay because it's a pleasant place at a reasonable price.

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This is a rustic campground in a beautiful, rural area of northern Florida. We enjoyed the Live Oak canopy, walking trails and abundant wildlife. TV reception was poor, but our phone and data connection were strong. Sites are a bit too close together for our liking, but the surroundings made up for it. There's ample shopping within a short drive. If you're driving a big rig, take the time to walk to your site first. It's big rig friendly, but the office staff don't necessarily understand big rig dynamics, and the route they told us to take proved impossible. That said, all of the staff were friendly and helpful. We would happily stay here again.

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This is a clean, family-friendly, rustic park within 10 minutes of Wisconsin Dells attractions. It is suitable for big rigs, but pre-plan your route through the park to avoid getting in tight situations. Sites are spacious and level. The heated pool, kiddie splash pad, playground and mini-golf made it a nice place to bring the grandkids.

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We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Stony Fork Creek. This six site RV park is nestled in the mountains of the Pisgah National Forest. It sits just off Hwy 151, Pisgah Highway, a lightly traveled scenic road that connects the town of Candler with the Blue Ridge Parkway. A stream borders the back of all sites. All sites are full hookup with 50 amp service. There's sufficient room between sites that you're not crowded. There are no additional amenities offered, but we're self-contained in our 38' motorhome, so don't need a bath house, and the drive to the nearest laundromat is a pretty one. The owner was exceptional - friendly and helpful. There are an abundance of sightseeing and hiking opportunities, some within walking distance, but most a short drive. We will make a point of staying here again, hopefully next fall when colors are again at their peak. One important note: Hwy 151 beyond this campground is not suitable for big rigs - too steep and very tight turns. Hwy 151 leading from Candler to the campground is nice, with the last mile or so narrowing but still suitable for big rigs.

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Our site at this campground was in the back loop, and arriving after Labor Day, we had it nearly to ourselves. It's rustic, and we had daily visits from flocks of wild turkeys. Some mornings, they were accompanied by deer. The laundry/shower area is well maintained, as is the rest of the park. Camp Wi-Fi was marginal, but our MiFi pulled a strong signal. The owner and camp staff were friendly and helpful. We hope to return when we pass this way again.

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We thoroughly enjoyed this park. Our site was at the back, bordered by National Forest Service property. It was peaceful and quiet - no road noise whatsoever. We had plenty of shade. The free Wi-Fi was marginal at best, but our Mi-Fi pulled in a strong signal. The laundry was clean, but limited to cold water only. Yes, it was dusty due to the dirt roads, but we stayed for 10 days and would definitely return. It was a peaceful haven between day trips exploring nearby Custer State Park and other local attractions.