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Halo Resorts Fisherman's Retreat, Redlands, California

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $30.00
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We entered and won a free weekend at this resort. Apparently a new company has taken over and they wanted to spread the word that they have changed a few things. Since we had never been here before we really couldn't offer a fair comparison, but here is our review. When we checked in they had a bit of trouble finding our reservation but it was soon taken care of and we were assigned a site. It was a very hot weekend so we were lucky to have been given a space in the shade. There were a few full-time residents living here. The pool was ok, although it was very obvious this was a very family friendly park. We had to wait till almost dark before all the wild kids and their radio left the pool so my wife and I could enjoy some relaxing time in the water. The grounds themselves were nice. Our lot was pretty level. Water quality was questionable though. Water came out of our faucets very cloudy with a strong chlorine smell so it's obviously not for drinking. Like mentioned already there were a lot of kids. Some of them spent a lot of time going up and down the road over and over and over again on their little scooters. Camp is located by a busy portion of the Union Pacific Railroad. Trains rolling by at all hours of the day and night. You don't really hear the noise after a while. Never got to try the fishing due to the heat. Not a pleasant place during the summer heat but probably a nice place in the spring or fall. Overall it was a decent place to stay. The past reviews probably apply to previous management but the new owners seem to be doing a pretty good job. If you need any supplies or groceries there is a Walmart Supercenter not too far from here and the prices are far less than what they want to charge you at their general store. We camped at Halo Resorts Fisherman's Retreat in a Motorhome.


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