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rating [ 10/10 ]
Well maintain campground, lots of things to do for the kids. Park like setting, big rig friendly. Some site next to stream, and some sites with lots of shade. Can't wait to go back.
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice county campground, well maintained, large sites. The county has many new improvements from the last time we camped there. Good level hiking trail around the campground. Kid and pet friendly, the campground is broken up into 3 sections. Each section has a nice green lawn for the kids to play. The campground is located near the wineries in Temecula.
rating [ 5/10 ]
This campground is conveniently located is the heart of Oak Glen's apple country. Shops and restaurants are walking distance from the park. The interior roads are in need of some repair: too many pot holes. The park is built on a hillside with the sites staircased up and down the hill. If you have trouble walking up a steep incline, make sure to ask for a site at the top of the hill close the to clubhouse.
rating [ 7/10 ]
A great location along the June Lake loop, the fishing was great "as always." The camp site are close together, and some are a very tight fit. The campground can be very dusty. The park is pet and family friendly, and is close to Mammoth, and close enought for day trips to Yosemite and Bodie Ghost Town.
rating [ 6/10 ]
The park is conveniently located by Capital Reef National Park. Great area for hiking and sight seeing. The Park is small and in need of a little TLC. But the cabins were clean and the bathroom were very clean and well maintained. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
rating [ 8/10 ]
A very nice RV park,very clean, the staff was friendly and helpful. The pool and spa were well maintained. The RV sites were level but a little close to each other. Was a little worried about the freeway noise, but the large sound wall the state put up the noise was hardly noticeable. The park's location makes it very convenient to visit all the local lakes and mountains.
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