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Great little county park just a few miles from lots of services, restaurants and stores. It's located in a slight depression so we can't see the homes that are slowly encroaching on the park. There is some traffic noise but it abates after all the commuters get home. The asphalt sees are mostly shaded and have a patio, picnic table and fire ring.

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This is a great park for a few days while visiting Yuma or Algodones, MX. It's in an older, lower class neighborhood but, if that bothers you, you're too good for this park anyway. The manager is what makes this park our favorite place to stay when we visit Yuma. She's such a friendly, outgoing person that you want to go back just to see her. We've never used the facilities (restrooms, showers, pool, laundry, etc) but that's not why we stay there. It's convenient to Algodones (15 minutes) as well as a variety of services in Yuma. For the first time, we had a minor problem this year when the kids in the trailer park next door hit our rig with a soccer ball. One word with the manager, and that was the end of that. The only issue with the space is the location of the sewer. Our dump bay is amidships. The sewer connection is at the back of the space. We would need a 25' hose to dump. We find it easier to dump on the way out at the common dump station across from the office.

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Positives: The two hosts were friendly and helpful. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. Power was clean and water pressure was fine. Water was soft unlike my home in AZ where big rocks fall out of the faucet. Airport noise was negligible and the golfers must be improving because no balls came over the tall netting. The washer and dryer were practically brand new and cost was reasonable. BIG Positive: It's close to everything Monterey. Bus stop is right outside and free trolley downtown runs regularly. Negatives: Big dip at entrance is a tail dragger. We disconnected toad before arrival. On departure, didn't connect until outside park and even removed tow bar and drop, but still dragged skid angle irons. The shower hot water takes forever to get hot (5-8 minutes) which is odd since there are signs everywhere reminding people about CA drought. Each shower probably wastes 20-30 gallons. BIG Negative: Sewer connections require 30' - 35' hose AND run uphill on one side of the park. Whoever designed this should be required to dump all guests' tanks for a year to learn why it's a "crappy" layout. Every space angles down about 6" for every 10' so our 16' wheelbase needed about 10", lifting the front wheels off the ground by 4 inches, not an optimal position.

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Great place if you're into RV resorts. We were ahead of schedule so we stayed here for 2 days. If you're staying for more than a night, ask for a site in the lower part of the park, it's quieter. They have 4 level fee structure (Economy, Standard, Deluxe, Premium.) We didn't see much difference between Economy and Standard. Sites are a bit narrow and crowded.

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I almost hate to review this place because I'd like to keep it for myself. First of all, it's quiet and isolated but still has good 4G LTE on both VZN and TMo. The pull thru site was a bit tight for a 31' motorhome with toad but it was quiet and isolated. BTW, did I mention it's quiet and isolated? Never saw the host, just paid at "Iron Ranger." Rates are a bit confusing. At the main entrance, it mentions a "Senior Discount" but there's no mention at the CG proper.

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Duck Creek is on Boulder Highway, very close to Henderson, NV. The entrance is almost hidden approaching from the north and not a whole lot more visible from the south. Summer in Las Vegas sucks no matter how you cut it. Our back-in site was just barely deep enough for our 30' motorhome and not wide enough to deploy the awning. On the positive side, the showers and restrooms were clean and the park itself is well maintained. The electric power was good, clean and stable at ~118v which is good because the ac was on the whole time. The utility connections are clean and well maintained.

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We stopped here on our way from South Dakota to northern AZ. The manager was pleasant and the dirt/gravel, pull through, FHU site was level. The power and water connections were in good working order but the sewer connection was odd to say the least. Sometime in the past, sites 44 thru 48 were changed from north-south orientation to south-north (headed north.) This made it necessary to use the utility connections that had previously been for the site on the opposite side. While this was no big deal for water & electric, the sewer is now 10 ft away. That, in itself, isn't a big deal but the neighbor's sewer is directly opposite our side door. We had leveled and extended our slides before discovering this so I put a cardboard box over the sewer connection to hide it. In the future, we'll be sure to ask for one of the sites between 49 thru 55 where the connections are oriented correctly. Also, in hot weather, sites 49 thru 55 are somewhat shaded by a tall, mature tree between site 48 and 49. Some sites have picnic tables and fire rings while others have nothing. This park could be an 8 if not for this odd quirk.

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Great NFS (National Forest Service) CG on weekdays. A bit of a zoo on weekends when the locals invade the place. Otherwise, it was quiet and serene. The site was shaded but allowed enough sunlight to keep our batteries charged. The vault toilets were clean but full of bugs. Take a can of Raid with you. Most sites appeared to be reasonably level. Pull-through sites were blacktop but back-in sites were gravel. Verizon MiFi worked well. The marina just outside the CG had a store with showers and laundry. The showers looked pretty bad but were serviceable. Didn't use the laundry. The hosts were pleasant but wouldn't/couldn't enforce dog leash rules or 1PM check out. One host drove a truck that sounded like an urban assault vehicle.

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New RV park still being fully built-out. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Most of the units seemed to be permanent or long-term but most rigs were either new or well kept. The utility connections were clean and easy to connect. Fastest, strongest wifi signal I've ever encountered at an RV CG. Lots were a bit tight for our small 30' Class A but fine for a few days. Map shows 47 sites but some are dry camp. I estimated 30-35 with FHU or water & electric only.

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This was the oddest CG we've stayed at. First, the good news. The scenery is spectacular. From there it goes downhill very fast. It mainly caters to boaters, fishermen and tent campers. RVs, especially motorhomes, are an afterthought. There are only 5 FHU sites and all can be reserved online. If you're a transient, your chances of getting a FHU for more than 1 night are slim. We chose to dry camp to avoid hassles but most of the sites are too small or too sloped for a small 30' moho. EVERY site is slanted AND canted. Even with levelers, it was tough to get level. The employees are pleasant but not very effective. I saw at least 6 dogs roaming off leash. The girl at the gate didn't seem too clear on which sites were available. Most of the rules seem to be recommendations.

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Contrary to prior reviews, we found several problems with this campground. The road noise in July is very bad. Utah 12 is the main road to Bryce Canyon NP, just 10 miles up the road. It's uphill and all the road warriors have their foot into the accelerator, causing their engines the whine, scream, or roar. At times, our 31' motorhome was literally rattling. To make things worse, their water system was broken so the advertised showers, flush toilets, fresh water, and dump station were unavailable. The host was very pleasant but things were clearly broken above her pay grade. The site is asphalt.

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Hard to beat most USFS campgrounds if you can do without hookups. Even though it was close to US Rte 89A where people drive like idiots, the noise level was subdued and barely noticeable. The only issue I had were kids from other sites repeatedly running through our site. Thankfully, they left after 1 day. The showers/restrooms were clean and the sites were spacious.

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As others have reported, lots of rules but not strident. Good, clean "mini-laundry" open all night (as opposed to full laundry that closed early evening.) A bit expensive for an overnight.

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This is an outstanding campground for those who don't need/want utilities. There's water at each (very clean) vault toilet, but filling RVs is discouraged. The driveways and pads are all asphalt (note: can't select asphalt in Site Surface) so there's hardly any dust. There are Ponderosa pines all around that cut down wind but allow enough sunlight so solar panels work fine. The campground is just 1.6 miles north of I-40 so it's convenient for an overnight stay vs the hassle of checking into a commercial campground . The hosts are helpful and personable except one blowhard who's annoying but harmless. There's a dump station at Love's Truck Stop 4 miles west on I-40. They also have good fuel prices, propane, a tire shop if you need it and, of course, fast food.

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Nice park with lots of rules. Staff seems pleasant enough. The shower stalls are clean but the one curtain I touched felt slimy. Didn't investigate further. I liked the clean, well kept utility connections. They didn't have any Passport America sites (whatever that means) so they put us in a "Deluxe" site. I can't see any difference other than the extra $10 they charged us. There's no mention of PA vs Deluxe sites on either the park's website or the PA site. Personally, I think it's just a "Revenue Improvement Plan Offering Frivolous Features" (aka rip off) but we were tired an needed a place for a few days.