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Beautiful park. We looked right out onto the bay. The sites were all full hookup, 50 amp, pull-through with room for our toad in front of our 45' motorhome. The park was not full so it felt more spacious but the sites were fairly wide so you wouldn't feel on top of your neighbor if it were full. The ground was asphalt with grass between sites. Each site had a nice picnic table. The roads were easy to navigate. We were able to use the pool and fitness center in the casino. We ate at the Saw Blade Buffet one night. It was pretty good, not great. All the staff were very nice. Great location for sight-seeing along the Oregon coasst. I couldn't find any negatives about this place.

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Very nice place to stay while visiting Mt. Shasta area. The staff were very nice. They even trimmed a branch that would have scratched our motorhome. The park is right beside a Pilot truck stop however you really don't notice it. There is also a railroad on the other side but we only heard the trains a few times. Our 50 amp went out after the 2nd day so we had to use 30 amp for the last 2 days. Didn't really affect us but I dropped my rating 1 point because they didn't even try to fix it while we there.

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This is basically a gravel parking lot with hook-ups. All sites were pull-thru. We reserved a full hook up, 50 amp but when we arrived they said they did not have a 50 amp site. They let someone stay longer on the site reserved for us and there were no other 50 amp sites available. Not really fair when you make a reservation but we managed with the 30 amp. The roads were very wide and our 45' motorhome had no problems negotiating the turns. The location was very good for seeing Santa Rosa and the surrounding area. Verizon worked well and we had good DirectTV Satellite reception.

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Gravel parking lot, no hook-ups. Sites fairly close to each other. Level. Only one bathroom (unisex) with no showers. Good slop sink for dishwashing. We were able to use the pool and showers at the Furnace Creek Ranch so that was a plus. Long walk or short drive there. Our site (28) backed up to the Visitor Center so we were able to use their bathrooms. Free dump station nearby. West side of campground offers afternoon shade but east side best for satellite reception. Any campground in Furnace Creek is a good location for all the best hikes and scenic drives. Slow Verizon 3G/1X but good satellite reception.

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This place is a great location for visiting Big Bend National Park, just 3 miles from the west entrance. It was easy to pull in and out. The staff were nice however they were not very accommodating. It was not a busy time and the place was fairly empty. They assigned us an unsuitable spot due to trees in the way. We don't mind a back-in spot but there were several pull-through sites that were empty but they told us they were not available. We found a suitable back-in spot(56). The pull through sites were never occupied the entire time we were there, so that was very annoying. The place was all dirt roads with gravel sites for the RV. The picnic tables were falling apart and our site did not even have one so we had to carry one over from another site. There is some kind of sewer plant nearby that stinks terribly when the wind blows. The electricity surged twice while we were there and we also encountered low voltage. The water was terrible. It had an awful taste, could not suds up while shampooing and very hard to rinse soap off. All in all not a good experience. Next time we will go elsewhere.

     

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Cherry Hill Park

College Park, Maryland

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This campground is very crowded. Sites are very close together. We had a standard back-in site (69) and it was barely long enough for our 45' motorhome. We struggled to find room for our car. Cars were parked all over the roads making it difficult for large RVs to pass at times. The park was clean, had lots of activities and facilities. The location was terrific for touring DC. We took the Metro each day and it was very convenient.

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We were on site H6. This is a beautiful RV park. Wooded with paved roads. The site was gravel/grass. We had a picnic table. The sites are very wide and long. Great location to tour the Charleston area.

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Very nice RV Park. Wide and long sites, grass/ gravel surface. We were in site 23. Full hook-ups all worked well. There are drainage ruts alongside the roads that are annoying, but not too deep. Most roads were gravel, not paved, which I would have preferred. It was a good location for touring St. Augustine. Staff was very nice.

     

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Cedar Key RV Resort

Cedar Key, Florida

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We used our Passport America for the first night but no other discounts were allowed to be used for the remaining 3 nights. This is a beautiful, spacious RV park. Check-in was easy and the staff was very informative and nice. The sites are cement with a cement patio and wooden picnic table. The sites are angled and the grassy area between sites make it very spacious. The roads are all paved and easy to navigate with our 45'motor home. Our site (45) was level. We noticed a pickleball court that was not enclosed by a fence and the net was not upright so we didn't use it but it had potential. Our Verizon service worked well and our DirecTV satellite worked well. We would definitely recommend this campground!

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I really loved this place and would have given it a 10 if the sites were cement instead of gravel and also the check-in process was awkward. Guess I'm being a little knit-picky. When I made the reservation they told us to go right to our site then come to the office to check-in. The signage wasn't very clear but it all worked out fine for us. The office was quite a trek in another section of the resort. The RV park is one section(more of an open area) and the other section with the office had cabins and tent camping and was very wooded and beautiful. There is a lodge that is very homey and welcoming. The owner and staff were super friendly and helpful. Our site was level and very long and since we only stayed one night we didn't even unhook our toad from the back of our 45' motorhome. There was enough space between each site. Each site was gravel with a cement patio surrounded by grass. There was a wooden picnic table and wooden lounge chairs at each site. I would definitely recommend this place.

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This is one of the prettiest RV parks we have ever stayed in. The sites are gravel with a cement patio. There is a manicured area at the front of each site with some flowers and mulch and a pretty flag with a chalkboard welcome sign that has your names written on it. What a nice touch. The owners are super nice. Angela will give you great information on the area and things to do. Angela and Jimmy really go the extra mile to make this a nice place. The sites are level, but very close together. If they were wider I would have definitely given this place a 10. Facilities are immaculately clean and very pretty. There is a fire pit, a beautiful swimming pool, sitting areas with a bbq. This is a good location for visiting Mobile.

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Very convenient location, right off I-10. Noise was not too bad but you could hear the interstate. It all becomes "white noise" to me. I didn't use the laundry or any facilities so I can't comment on them. The site I had (48) was very level, gravel and long. There was a patch of grass with a picnic table and fire ring at each site. The sites were pretty spacious but we had no neighbors to really judge. DirectTV satellite could not pick up local channels but over the air worked well. Verizon cell service was good. The roads were wide and easy to maneuver in my 45' motorhome. It was a good place to stay while visiting the Lafayette area.

     

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Border Inn RV Park

Baker, Nevada

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This is a gravel parking lot in the middle of nowhere on the "lonliest road in America". We wanted to visit Great Basin National Park and there wasn't much to choose from. They had full hook-ups which worked well. We were able to get satellite and Verizon service.

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Clean, well-maintained rv park. There was a cement slab with gravel all around. Sites were kind of narrow and neighbors were close. Roads in the park were wide and easy to maneuver. Verizon service was good. We were able to get satellite service. We would stay here again.

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This is a wide open rv park. It is very easy to maneuver in the park. The park is a little run down, the sites are very random and haphazard. Some sites are very covered by trees while others are wide open. There is no Verizon service at all. WE had a problem with our motorhome and the staff was willing to lend us their land line phone to call places for help. The sites were gravel pads with grass surrounding it. Good location to visit Lassen National Park.