Cheryl39

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Good size sites all grass. Well away from Hwy 101 road noise. Right on the Klamath River. Staff keep it very clean. My only suggestion is to make sure you hit a store before you camp here as this park is very isolated. Beautiful setting right on the Klamath River. Great home base for Redwoods camping. Wifi and cable tv for a small extra charge. We stayed here with RPI discount.

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We were here in June and it was very hot. The lake was right at our doorstep with geese and ducks. The back-in sites were difficult for many of the bigger rigs - we are 27 feet and got an end-space so lucked out. The grounds are all dirt/gravel and we were glad we had our 'grass' floor mat to keep it outside. The laundry was good, as were the restrooms. There was a very nice pavilion with picnic tables and a store. Town is a mile or two away with a big grocery store and pretty much anything else. A lot of people were here with boats as there is a great boat launch right in the park. Would stay here again.

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Best RV park we've ever visited - and we've been to dozens of them. The bathrooms are like the Bellagio! Very clean, well kept grounds. Great laundry. Immaculate sites with great (free!) wifi, cable tv, w/p/s. The permanent residents are in a separate area. The park is expanding to include more sites - mostly pull throughs, a park, a children's area and their own pool. Buellton is right next door to Solvang and the two cities have excellent shopping and unique offerings. This is also wine country. The Albertsons has a huge local wine selection. We will definitely stay here again. A bit on the pricey side - but a welcome treat after being on the road for several weeks in much lower grade parks. Good Job Flying Flags!

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Next to Hwy 215 with some road noise. The RV pads were narrow and close together. We had to park our F250 in the overflow lot in order to accommodate the slide out. Nice park, very well maintained. Lots of grass. Wifi is great. Will stay here again, only because of its location to relatives.

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This is a city park with no real website. Right on the Snake River at the city park which is an arboretum. Nice walking path along the river. Level, big sites, easy hookups. Great camp hosts. The visitors center is in the park with tons of information about the area. One of the nicest parks we've stayed in, but no pool, clubhouse, laundry. Spotty wifi. We were here for 2 nights. The park is not open year round. Make a reservation. Great value for the money.

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While on Hwy 84, the RV park is well away from the road in the back of the casino, so there was very little noise. The spots are level, grassy and some trees too. The only downside was that the gas station/store was well away and I had the casino shuttle take me over there to get supplies. The driver waited while I was shopping and took me back! Great stop over between Pendleton and Boise.

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What a great park! Big wide sites, full hookups, great WiFi, and cable. The onsite restaurant is great and will deliver meals to your rig. The pool was unheated, but still pretty warm. Paved interior roads, level sites. Right down the street from Camping World. Immaculate landscaping. After two months in the desert, we needed something nice and this was just perfect. Will definitely stay here again.

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Well, Boron CA is not a destination point! However, it is a nice stop over between Bakersfield and Palm Springs or the Colorado River. We saw the signs for the park and just pulled in. The manager was very nice. Got our pull through site and he gave us the password for the WiFi. The park is what you would expect for a dot on the road, but the hookups all worked and were well placed. Cement patio. In the middle of nowhere, but we will stay here again. Funny little town. And how many people can say they stayed in Boron?

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RPI rate. 8 miles to Yuma and any kind of a store. Lots of pull through spaces that are pretty close together. Gravel interior roads and level spaces with a concrete pad. Everything worked well. Friendly staff, some activities. The pool looked clean and well kept, but we didn't use it. Many people use this as a destination spot and stay all winter. Park is closed in summer. Would stay again.

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Mostly pull through sites. Bring your earplugs; this is right on the I-10 and is very noisy. Nice park, great clubhouse, bathrooms, laundry/pool. Nicest staff we've ever met. Breakfast or lunch every day. Happy place. Rate reflects RPI membership.

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The only reason this is rated at a 6 is because its outrageously expensive for a park that sits right on the freeway with all night traffic. If you are deaf, it's fine. The sites are wonderful cement level pads with a side pad for the truck. Easy hookup to w/e/s and cable TV. WIFI is fast. This is NOT in Santa Barbara or any city for that matter. A good 1/2 hour from SB.

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Very nice. Clean. Long term sites are well kept. Appreciate cement level pads. Park is quite full for February. Close to Monterey but away from ocean wind/cold.