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The major positive about this RV park is that, I believe, it's the nearest park to the East Bay area. The sites are very simple gravel/dirt with full hookups and wife. TV channels could be received through our antenna. The bathroom facilities were pretty large and well-maintained. The park is located in a fairly quiet area, though I did hear a train pass nearby at sometime. Unfortunately, one of the nights we stayed there, our neighbors left a dog in their trailer and it barked most of the night. The Camp Host was situated quite far away near the entrance gate.

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Pros: The majority of the sites are pull-thru with huge, clean, concrete pads. There's a generous lawn area with a picnic table between sites and nice, paved roadways throughout. The grounds are kept very clean with many convenient trash cans. There was a small laundry room available. There are full hookups and WiFi, but no cable TV. We had TV reception from our antenna. Best of all, the location is a short stroll to downtown Napa (approx. 1/2 mile). Con: The bathrooms looked nice, but weren't in the best condition during our stay; we were told that they might be remodeled soon. They smelled heavily of cigarette smoke. I would definitely recommend this park, but you might prefer to use the bathroom in your rig.

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This RV park is in a great setting at Diamond Lake; our site had a partial lake view through the trees. The trail around the lake is very nearby, as is a pizza parlor. The staff was pleasant and definitely made sure that park rules were obeyed -- which is OK by me. The restrooms and showers were adequate during our stay, but the park was not full. There was another restroom/shower facility in the park but it was being "remodeled." Our only real disappointment was the SLOW Wi-Fi.

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This RV park is adjacent to I-84, but we weren't bothered by the hwy traffic noise. Our pull-through site was OK, but our "lawn" area was dry and dusty. The two primary reasons for the low rating was that (1) the bathroom/shower facilities were antiquated and cramped; women's facilities included only 2 toilets and 2 showers and (2) the Wi-Fi did not work at all (despite the fact that I phoned the tech support and spent about 30 minutes on the phone with them).

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The host was great and, as the park had ample spaces, gave us an ideal, large spot for our German Shepherd dog. The bathrooms were sparkling new and immaculate. The lawn areas between spaces were lush and mowed. The Wi-Fi connection was quick and easy to set up and worked well. We also were able to receive approximately 6 TV channels through our antenna (no cable TV). The park is on the Hells Canyon Scenic Byway, 20 miles from I-84 in a very quiet and peaceful setting. Though we never used it, the park is also adjacent to access to the Grande Ronde River. Our only difficulty was contacting the RV park by phone - the number listed in Woodall's is wrong.