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Cons: Dusty, but they have a truck that comes around and waters down the road. No cable (no loss). It's up in the mountains, so it's very hilly.
By David Sweet
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Stayed there for the first time this weekend (Oct 9, 2010). The staff is very friendly and worked hard to accommodate our requests. Facilities are newer and they seem to working through some of the kinks. As previously noted the sites are large with lots of trees. The main lodge is separated from the main camping area although the main bath house is in proximity (along with the pool and rec center) to the camping areas. The campground can host larger rigs (mine's 45 feet) although some of the sites are higher up on the hill. When you check in, let the staff know what kind of RV you have along with its capabilities. Some of the roads are quite steep and may not be passible with heavier equipment. Additionally, there are some stumps and large rocks that can make an otherwise great pull through site quite an ordeal. I got the impression the staff is still figuring out what will/will not get into some of the sites. Our site was quite pleasant with a real natural feel. We had a small campfire and enjoyed the night out under the stars. Everyone in my party agrees this is one of the nicer campgrounds we've visited -- we are definitely going back.
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