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Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $23.00
This CG has a park setting, and was wonderful for real camping in a forest. The problem here: the roads are tight and can be difficult to get to the sites even though some sites are large enough to accommodate large trailers. The dump in the CG was also difficult to reach. We found that the work getting to our site was worth the effort. If this CG had showers I would rate it a 12! The location was great on the lake and close to Tahoe City. We camped at William Kent Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $12.00
This is a nice little public park near the lake. Most of the spots are for small rigs. Spot 90 was a great back-in for our 31 foot 5th wheel. There were no trees or curves to navigate into this spot. We had no problem running our generator 3 or 4 times a day. The park was pretty empty during the week. This park had alot of tents and very small rigs, but there are 2 or three spots for larger rigs. We had friends check out the park before we made reservations. We would stay here again. We camped at William Kent Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $25.00
WARNING!!! I'll warn you ahead of time. RV's risk damage navigating and parking in some of these sites. Many of the site are extremely slanted, much more suitable to tents than RV's. It's a campground made 40 years ago. So there you go! All streets are one way, some sites go opposite the way you need if pulling an RV. If one person is blocking the road to back-in, all other traffic within the park is stalled. There is no other option to go around. This was mostly a problem with the dump station. My recommendation is to check out as early as possible in the morning to avoid lines forming behind you. Just to go to their site. Changing to a better site is nearly impossible in the summer months. So MAKE SURE YOUR SITE SUITS YOUR NEEDS. We were in site 76, says it's 48ft long. We had a problem with our 31ft 5th wheel, maneuvering into position. It was crazy. Site long enough, but road was a problem to back in from. I suggest the Park south of here is you have an RV. Sugar Pine State Park. They also have showers. Plenty of room, newer and so pretty. We camped at William Kent Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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