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Mission Bay RV Resort, San Diego, California

Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $59.00
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This is an ideal location from which to visit all of San Diego. Right on Mission Bay, water toys are the perfect accompaniment to RVing here. We paid extra for a "Preferred" site. It was definitely not worth it. We were backed-up to a solid chain-linked fence which was not an improvement on their other sites. The sites are narrow gravel spaces with lots of trees around the park. There was room for our awning and slide. Negotiating the streets of the park with our long rig was difficult. We pull 33.5" of trailer behind our Extended Cab Pickup and it didn't really fit all that well at registration and when exiting the park. There are numerous interesting places to walk around outside the park. There are no places for children to play within the park but since it is right on Mission Bay, just walking out of the RV park to the bayside provided great places for kids. Unfortunately, most of the parents allowed their children to bike, skateboard, and roller skate along the streets of the park which made it noisy and very difficult to drive in and out. Don't pay the extra money for bayside or beachside sites unless you are certain you have a view. Many of their preferred sites back up to a mobile home park and fences. We camped at Mission Bay RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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Escondido RV Resort, Escondido, California

Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $45.00
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The Escondido RV Resort does not, in our opinion, meet the definition of a resort. Our site was extremely narrow which meant after putting down our steps, we exited almost on top of the Oleander hedge which was the barrier between sites. The streets between sites are very narrow and it was nearly impossible to reverse our 34 foot travel trailer into the site. We could not use our awning, there was no room for an outside table or chairs. The traffic noise from I-15 was the worst of any in our experience. We were not notified when we made the reservation that the pool and showers were under construction. We had a major problem with ants, everywhere. We did follow their instructions on how to prevent their entry into the trailer but we were not successful. This RV park was described in their marketing literature as a resort and luxury. That description is an abuse of both words and I consider it to be false advertising. Based on our experience, we will not book at another Sunland Resort RV Park and would rather stay in a Walmart Parking Lot than in the Escondido RV Resort. We camped at Escondido RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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Moss Landing KOA Express, Moss Landing, California

Date of Stay: May, 2007 - $41.00
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We have stayed at the Moss Landing RV Park in Monterey County many times. It is in a convenient location just off of Highway 1 at the marina in Moss Landing on Monterey Bay. The park is kept meticulously clean by on-site staff. They escort you to your back-in site and assist in reversing your rig to ensure you are exactly where you should be and able to use slides and awnings without interfering with an adjoining site. These are concrete level pads with almost no landscaping. There are picnic tables at each site. WIFI was questionable at the back of the park. Traffic noise is not bad and the location on the marina makes for nice walks out to the harbor entrance. There are restaurants and antique stores within a couple of blocks and Monterey is only 10 minutes by car. We stay there whenever we are in town as it is the nicest RV park we have found in the area. We camped at Moss Landing KOA Express in a Travel Trailer.

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Wine Country RV Resort, Paso Robles, California

Date of Stay: April, 2007 - $39.00
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This is a clean park with nice large sites. There is grass at nearly every site and means you are stepping out onto grass, so be sure and have a mat to wipe your feet. There are picnic tables and you can rent fire pits. Some of the sites have large barbeques. We have stayed here numerous times and will do so again. The pool area is very nice with a large pool, by RV park standards. We try to make sure we hand-pick our site so that we are not back-to-back with another RV. We have a long travel trailer which was backed into a site with a diesel pusher behind us on a prior visit. We learned very quickly that we prefer to not be looking at the back end of a coach and that sucking diesel fumes in our living area while they worked on something in their coach was very unpleasant. Since then, we stay in sites that are on the perimeter of the park with no other Rvs behind us. This is a great location for visiting the wineries in North San Luis Obispo County. Here, you are only 30 minutes from Morro Bay and very convenient for traveling to Hearst's Castle and elephant seals. The people who work here were very nice, polite and responsive to our needs. We camped at Wine Country RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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