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The biggest plus about this park is its location: close to Monterey Aquarium, lots of beaches, and great birding. On the advice of a local we took a day trip north to Capitola, which was a neat thing to do. The park itself is very small with only one road in and out so when a caravan of 17 or so rigs came through, it tied up access. Very inconvenient. They kind of overdo the regulations as well -- with signs in the restroom telling you where to hang up your towel and things like that. But the restrooms were very clean.

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We usually stay someplace else in Bakersfield, but thought we'd try this one when we were delayed by weather. It was recommended by friends as their go-to stop, but we were a little underwhelmed for the price. The restaurant is a really nice amenity and the restrooms are impeccably clean. Staff is friendly and helpful. Wifi is okay. Play area for kids is tiny, but our 4-year old loved digging in the sand. Site required some levelling, but was okay. It's a decent park, but a little overpriced.

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This is an okay park for an overnighter. Sites are paved and terraced, reasonably level, but no room between for even a chair. Staff is friendly. Our site was a tight fit with our toad, but we managed, and there is overflow parking. Many full-timers, but not an issue. Restrooms were good, clean with hot water and good pressure. There is a pool and hot tub, but pool isn't heated. Wifi was okay. Good access from CA 14.

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We've stayed here a few times and keep coming back. Best value is for longer-stays of a month or more. The "official" rental agency (through ORPS) prefers to rent by the month; private renters may have different policies. You can rent for less time, but they won't reserve for that until the first of the month that you want to rent in. It's a bit cumbersome, but understandable. Seems like there are almost always rentals available, though, so you could just drive up to the door and would have a reasonable chance of getting a spot for short-term. The facilities are really great, as noted in other reviews, and owner-residents seem to be making a big effort to be friendly and inclusive (unlike in the past). It's a beautiful resort. We'd come back for sure.

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Last time we stayed here, it was for a few days, and we felt it was worth it. This time, a couple of years later, it was just an overnight stop, and we felt it wasn't worth it. The traffic getting to the park, even at 1:30 in the afternoon, was horrendous -- bumper to bumper with inadequate signage on I-80 (Bus) from the west. A nightmare. The lady at the desk was not helpful in explaining our options. The paved lot, closer to showers etc., is ridiculously sloped. The gravel lot was better, but our site still had quite a slope to it and it took us some time to get level. The wifi worked fine and it is close to the river and shopping. The showers are basic, could use some tuning up, but the water is hot and the pressure is good. We won't stay here again for a one-nighter, we'll keep on going to some place where access is better.

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This is a a resort and the price reflects that. Park is gated and secure, clean, pond is nice, pool and spa look inviting although we didn't use them. The sites are owned individually -- they rent out sites when owners aren't using them. Last time we were here, you got golf included in the cost or you got a discount. This rate ($50) seems high for a full discount. We didn't golf, but golfers were abundant. This was a good overnight stop for us and we'd probably come back again, as long as they don't keep raising the prices.

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This is a hard park to rate because it is in the process of being rebuilt. Makes sense that the owners don't want to invest in infrastructure that is going to be replaced. The location is outstanding--right on Clear Lake, close to a kids park, boat launching, restaurants. The park itself is clean and tidy, but divided by the main road, so one part fronts the lake and the other is across the road. The lakeside sites are quite small, but since we were there in low season, we were able to fit our 35' motorhome in without obstructing anyone and the view was fabulous. In high season that wouldn't be possible. The manager is very enthusiastic, friendly and helpful, so that is a big plus. The washrooms were clean, but badly need improvement (see above). The showers were probably clean, but not inviting. The wifi was pretty good, but waffled a bit. There was a games room, which we didn't use, but seemed like an asset. And there was a laundry, which we did use and was fine. We planned to stay one night, but stayed two and would definitely come back. It will be interesting to see how they rebuild.

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This used to be a really great deal because it was about half the price. It's still a good RV park -- relatively new facilities, good laundromat, restrooms and showers, shuttle to the casino for restaurants, the pool, and if you're into gambling, the casino. The staff are really accommodating and go out of their way -- you can even get the shuttle to take you off-site. The restaurants have good deals, but we were disappointed by the food. (We were there for a $7.99 buffet that really wasn't worth it. And the $4.99 breakfast deal wasn't all that good either.) If you're not into gambling and are there for other reasons (beaches, birding, history) this may not be the best place. I give it a high rating because it's reliably clean, friendly, and has good amenities, but we will probably try some place else next time.

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A nice park, easy access off the freeway, walking distance to river, but not on it. Wifi and cable worked fine. There was a pool (unheated) and a spa (heated) which we didn't use, but looked clean. Our four-year-old was entertained by the basic playground area. The store had lots of stuff in it. The washrooms were basic, but seemed due for a paint job, but clean enough. Didn't use the showers.The park grounds were clean and cared for, seemed like lots of long-termers, but lots of space for short-termers. The man in the office was very helpful. We barely fit in our pull-through site -- 35' plus toad. We'd come back again and stay longer to explore the area a bit.

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This is an okay place, improved, I understand from other reviews, but way overpriced, at least for winter. They have painted the restrooms, but the showers, which we didn't use, still didn't look inviting. The park is right on the harbour, which is nice, and the distant foghorn didn't bother any of us. They have brand new utility stations and everything worked well, including wifi & cable. The sites are gravel, relatively level, but the place was filled with puddles due to recent rain. The managers were pleasant enough at sign in, but didn't answer their phone the day we were trying to check availability (there was lots). Easy access off Hwy 101. Concrete pads for picnic tables, but there weren't any. So, not much service, basic hookups fine, showers questionable, and no other amenities. Location is great, but it shouldn't cost this much. Disappointed.

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We've stayed here a few times and are always pleased. There are a lot of long-stay guests, but they seem to keep quite a few spots open for short-termers. This time we got a deluxe spot on the pond, which was nice--but more expensive. The staff are friendly and helpful and they have free coffee and muffins in the morning. The office area has a large comfy-looking common area, and there are several restroom-shower-laudromat buildings throughout the park, as well as a hot tub. The pool is seasonal. We would definitely come back again.

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This is a good park for this area. It's on the river, which is nice, and in the summer the pool is open. Our site was facing the river and fairly flat, but we needed our levelers. The playground is minimal, but there's a large grassy field. There are a lot of rules, but the place is neat and tidy, and the rules all make sense. The washrooms and showers were pretty clean, but, to be fussy, not spotless. It's far enough off the I-5 that it's quiet, but not so far that you get lost. You can hear the trains, but in the distance, so it's just poetic. We would definitely come back here again.

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This is a small park, with many long-term residents, but they have at least 10 spots set aside for short-termers. The staff are friendly and helpful and the place is really well kept up; the washrooms are meticulously clean. The office has info on local attractions with a small sitting area, free coffee and cookies! It's right off I-5, so very convenient, but not noisy. Only criticism is that the spaces are quite close together--fine in winter, but not so great if you want to sit outside in nicer weather. Great for overnighter, tho. We've stayed here two or three times before, and we'd come back.

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Off-the-beaten path, very basic, laid-back RV park with about 25 full hookup 25 sites, surrounded by nine-hole golf course. Dining room and bar right next door at historic Quilchena Hotel, (fantastic local DLR beef; Sunday brunch and buffet dinner--great value). Very comfortable clubhouse with bar and food and RV check-in. General store with gas pumps. Friendly staff.

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This was a return visit for us. The sites are gravel, some more treed and separate than others. Lots of cottonwood trees, so not good for the allergy-prone in season. Right on the Fraser River, but separated by a gated fence. Beach access depends on height of river. Walking distance to downtown Fort Langley with lots of good restaurants and shopping. Basic kids' playground; hayride and kids' activities are nice. Had to pick up a some litter and garbage at our site on arrival. Lots of trains travelling through. Pool is small and can get a bit murky looking. Not a deluxe place, but comfortable.