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Monty58
Reviews: 5
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Date of Stay: August, 2017
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Camp is mostly seasonal, however, they have transient areas and a brand new Big Rig area. The seasonal people for the most park really take care of their site, so overall it is very clean and appealing. People are very friendly and proud of their campsite.Lots of well maintained grassy areas that give a spacious feel. Lots of playgrounds for the kids and a well used pool. The pool could be bigger and a hot tub, would be great! About an hour to Niagara Falls and an hour to Letchworth State park and the finger lakes. Great place to stay... will definitely be back with our 45' coach.
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Date of Stay: March, 2017
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Very clean, wooded and small campground. Very quiet considering that I65 is very close. Front office staff are very helpful and accommodating. Several sites are electric and water only. Most disappointing is that most sites are far from level and for bigger motorhomes it will be challenging to level. Wifi works great most of the time. Within an hour you can be in Lexington, Louisville, Mammoth Cave NP or many of the distilleries in the area. Would definitely stay here again.
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Boulder Creek RV Resort

Lone Pine, CA

Date of Stay: June, 2016
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Clean but dusty park. Roads are paved, but sites are on dirt and surrounded by big boulders. You have to be careful when pulling into your site. The boulders and big, but hard to see from your vehicle and easy to hit. There is a dirt road right next to the park with lots of dump truck traffic which increases the dust in the area.

The park is outside of Lone Pine which is very good. Close enough to go to town and yet far enough to be quiet. The park is well maintained with a good store on site. The workers are very professional and attentive. It has a small pool and hot tub which can be too small when children are in it. For your dog, it has a large dog run area with a very nicely kept fence. Wi-fi is very good. The views from the park are outstanding with a very short drive to Whitney Portal, Horseshoe Meadows Campground and the Alabama Hill Recreation Area in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Best park in the Lone Pine area, Highly recommend it!!!
4 people found this review helpful
Highlands RV Park

Bishop, CA

Date of Stay: June, 2016
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Ok Park. Nicely kept and freshly paved. Sites are tight and tighter still roads. We camped here on a 45' Class A and it was difficult to maneuver. There is no dog run although there is a grassy area in the front of the park dedicated to "dog walking". The park is right off of 395 with plenty of restaurants, grocery stores, etc... Close to the Sierra Nevada Mountains, lakes and about 1.5 hours from Death Valley. No pool or hot tub and not much to do within the park. If you are looking for a basic needs park, this is it... We will stay here again on our way somewhere, but not stay very long...
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Pioneer RV Park

Quincy, CA

Date of Stay: July, 2016
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Nice, small, quiet and comfortable park. Sites are ample and can accommodate large Class A Motorhomes. The owners are very active running the park, very friendly and take good care of the campers and the park. Roads and sites are paved and there are plenty of trees around but not too many... you can still get satellite. Phone reception is excellent. The wi-fi is spotty at times and could use an upgrade. Park is dog friendly and has a dog wash... no dog run, but the county fairgrounds are next to the park with plenty of space to let your dog have some fun. There are a few (very few) full time residents who are friendly and neat with their site. Bathrooms are small with coin operated showers, but it is a small park. They just constructed a "gathering area" with a communal grill and gas fireplace... nice place to meet your neighbors.

Quincy is a small town with VERY limited restaurants, two grocery stores and one hardware store. The location is in the middle of the Plumas National Forest with plenty of lakes, rivers, logging roads and outdoor adventures. We were here about a month on a pull thru site on a 45' Class A Motorhome. We very much enjoyed our stay... everyone made us feel like part of the family. The only reason to not give them a five rating is the lack of a pool or hot tub.

In summary, we highly recommend the park and the location, especially if you like outdoor activities... We will definitely be back!!!
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