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phoebesfolks
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Date of Stay: August, 2016
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We were only here for one night, but really glad we found it. It's just the right distance from the highway so noise is not a problem, but access in and out is easy. We were in a very spacious pull through with level gravel drive and a nice grass lawn with table. The cobblestone paver border along the grass area is a nice touch. We didn't feel up to a dip in the pool, but it looked clean and inviting. The wifi was one of the best we have had in any campground.
1 people found this review helpful
Rogue Valley Overniters

Grants Pass, OR

Date of Stay: August, 2016
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We were in the park for one night in a level pull through with ample space. Access from Interstate was easy, as was the return. Full hook ups worked well, although the sewer connection was quite far forward of the other utilities, but reachable with an extension line. When we first attempted to connect to the wifi, it was very sporadic with Internet access. Later in the evening it worked fairly well. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
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Date of Stay: August, 2016
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Access to the park is very easy from I-5. Our site was a back in and was asphalt, as were the interior roads. Site was not quite level, but didn't take much adjustment. Site was ample for our 36 ft. MH and had plenty of room for slides, but not much room left to park towed vehicle. It was probably unfortunate the we arrived on a record setting heat day and only having 30 amp at the site, it was difficult to get cooled down. I do object to advertising free hi-speed wifi when it is only available in the clubhouse.
5 people found this review helpful
Lakeside RV Park

Everett, WA

Date of Stay: August, 2016
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We stayed here for a couple of nights in mid-August. Our site was a pull through with barely enough length for our 36 ft MH. We could not keep our towed vehicle hooked up without having it out in the roadway, Our site was asphalt, as were the interior roads, and was not level. Because of the bushes and shrubs planted between sites, there was barely enough room to extend our slides on either side without pushing into the shrubs. Difficult to go in or out of the MH without pushing through the bushes. Bathrooms were very modern and very clean, as was the laundry room which had 4 residential sized coin operated washers and dryers. Wifi was virtually non-existent. Traffic on the road to the entrance/exit was extremely heavy every time we came in or went out.
11 people found this review helpful
Oceanside RV Park

Haines, AK

Date of Stay: August, 2016
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This is a relatively small park that is right on the shoreline of the Lynn Canal and immediately adjacent to the harbor area in Haines. All spaces are back ins with very little spacing between sites. While there was room for our slides, there wasn't much room left for parking of towed vehicles. The primary appeal here is a great view from the front of the RV looking out over the Haines harbor and across the Lynn Canal. All spaces were full hook ups and utilities were fine. The park warns all campers that water pressure is high and urges everyone to use a pressure regulator for the water hook up. Laundry is small with only two washers and two dryers. There is a charge for using the showers. Wifi service can be purchased from the local phone company hotspot and worked well for us. The park is about a half mile from the Haines - Skagway Fast Ferry service and about 5 miles from the Alaskan state ferry terminal.
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Date of Stay: August, 2016
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This a large park with the majority of the spaces being pull thru's. Our site was gravel and level front to back, but not side to side. While our site had ample length to accommodate our MH and toad, the trees between sites made positioning for extension of the slides tricky. Our site was full hook ups with 50 amp service and all utilities were fine. The laundry was very clean and with 7 washers and 6 dryers we were able to get our loads done quickly. They only provide 1 hour of free wifi per day of stay, but they need to be clearer in the wifi instructions that the purchase of additional time is still limited to a max of 250 mb of data and once that is reached you are bumped off the network irregardless of how much time you purchased.
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Date of Stay: July, 2016
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This park's primary appeal is it's proximity to Denali National Park's entrance. We stayed in a site with full hook ups, which are limited and are all back in sites. Our site was very much not level and took considerable efforts to get our rig even close to level. The utility hook ups were adequate, except that the park forbids the use of pressure regulators on the freshwater connections. They claim that pressure regulators cause leakage in their back flow preventors. Very little space between sites and not much room to park towed vehicles. WiFi was very poor and, apparently the park is aware of this as they informed me when giving the log in instructions "you may may not have Internet access depending on what other guests are doing on the network". The park is only a mile from the national park entrance and the national park shuttles and tour buses pick up passengers right across the highway in front of the Denali Princess Lodge.
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Date of Stay: January, 2016
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We have stayed at this park a number of times with the most recent being this Jan. The daily/weekly sites are all gravel pull-throughs and most do not have patio slabs. Monthly sites are mostly back in on gravel, but most have patio slabs. No tables are provided at any of the sites that we could see. Laundry is a little small, 5 washers, 4 driers and is coin operated. You will need to ask for a separate coupon for every device you want to connect to the wifi, but the wifi was pretty fair for reliability while we were there. The spa shown in the slides of the park is not the one for the RV section, it is an indoor spa. The park has good security with coded gates at night and frequent security patrols. Some of the pull-throughs can be tight, especially if you have several slides, but we have always been able to position OK.
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Date of Stay: November, 2015
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This is the second year we have been here late in the fall and we absolutely love this park. The check in and registration is very easy, and the staff is excellent. We really liked the spacious sites and lovely setting of the campground areas. Easy access to all the San Diego attractions and lots of choices for restaurants and supermarkets nearby. We also like that you can have campfires as long as you have a patio type fire place The park does allow up to six months stay in one site, but then you must leave for at least two weeks, so no permanent structures on any of the sites. It seems that they have improved the WiFi connectivity from a year ago and it is now fairly good. The cell phone reception in some areas of the camp sites is bad, guess the upper end of the park is in a cell tower shadow area. The rates are very good for the San Diego area and I would recommend making reservations as far in advance as possible.
4 people found this review helpful
Boulder Creek RV Resort

Lone Pine, CA

Date of Stay: September, 2015
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Very nice park. Interior paved roads were good. Most sites are pull-thru's on gravel. Our site was spacious and level. Park staff was very professional and friendly. Laundry has three large capacity and very new commercial washers and four fairly new large capacity dryers. Very pet friendly with two separate fenced dog runs. Mini Mart was well stocked. Wifi was iffy, at times worked fine, other times not so much.
4 people found this review helpful
Fallon RV Park

Fallon, NV

Date of Stay: September, 2015
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Pretty much agree with the Good Sam ratings. Park was very clean. Our pull thru site was concrete drive thru with gravel for the table area (included a metal picnic table). Wifi was decent, some slow periods, but connectivity was good. If you require 50 amp service, recommend making a reservation as only 5 of the pull thru spaces are wired for 50 amp. Pull thru sites were not particularly shady, but most of the rest of the park spaces are quite shaded. Onsite store and gas pumps is convenient, but not a lot of RV supplies, however a super Walmart is just a little more than 2 miles down US 50 from the park.
12 people found this review helpful
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