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Silver Spur RV Park, Silverton, Oregon

Date of Stay: July, 2015 - $40.00
Overall Rating:

The office building was nice and well cared for and the staff was friendly. Lots of grass and flowers around the office building. They offered: Root Beer Floats and a Continental breakfast (both for a fee). However, the rest of the park had a tiny strip of grass by each site. We were not lucky enough to get one. Trees were scarce, and the streets were paved with large crushed gravel that made walking unpleasant and very dirty. At the back side of the park was two large water collection ponds with aerators, one was very green and very foul smelling, the other was somewhat better, but not by much. In the evenings they watered the "grass" but most of it sprayed onto the vehicles--leaving water spots that are difficult to get off the paint. Our site did not have grass on the door side of our rig and sitting outside on dirt/crushed gravel without any shade was very unpleasant. We had booked in for 3 nights but left a day early. We would not stay here again. We camped at Silver Spur RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Clean Restrooms
Clean Showers

Site Details

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Site Surface
Gravel, Dirt
Campsite Features
Picnic Table

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Sun & Foliage
Sunny Open
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Sky Valley Resort , Desert Hot Springs, California

Date of Stay: January, 2009 - $47.00
Overall Rating:

We had reservations for 3 months. We had numerous conversations with the office prior to our arrival and we we told they had cable TV, cell coverage and Wi-Fi available. When we pulled in you could hardly get in the narrow road and gate. The people at the desk we nice and seemed helpful. We got directions and headed to our site. The road got more narrow as we got closer to the site. Numerous tight turns and then we saw our spot--next to a rundown old house trailer with a rundown wooden fence between them and us. The site had a concrete pad, but everything else was dirt. We had requested 50 amp (reservatons made 2 months in advance) but once we got parked--very tricky job to say the least--and I hooked us up I discovered it was only 30 amp. The water hook-up had to be de-scaled before I could connect my water line. The TV connection seemed to be new. We were very disappointed with the overall set-up. I tried to call the office but could not get any reception on my cell. We drove to the office to discuss the cell problem. They said that we could go down to the truck-stop in town (15 miles down the road) and buy an antenna for about $70.00 to put on top of our RV that MAY help the reception. Also Wi-Fi was not available anywhere in the park. All of the amenities were so far away from us we would have had to drive to get to them. We drove about 7 miles down the road from the park before we could get cell reception. We called an RV park in Hemet and made reservations there for the three months. Then we returned to the office and explained that we needed cell reception due to an ill family member and they were nice enough to give us our money and deposit back. We stayed the night and left first thing the next morning. We camped at Sky Valley Resort in a Fifth Wheel.


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