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States Visited: 3
Helpful Reviews: 2

Willamette Wine Country RV Park (monthly only), Dayton, Oregon

Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $40.00
Overall Rating:

Desperate for a place to spend the night before visiting the Evergreen Museum, we stumbled across this little gem of a park. The staff is friendly and helpful and went way out of their way to find us a spot. There was no extra charge for our children or pets. The pool was warm, well-behaved, and clean, as was the furniture around it. The bathrooms were immaculate, even late in the day. The showers were clean and hot. There is ample grassy space between sites, there is some shade, the pads are level, and the utilities are in good order. All in all, impressive service and facilities and a great place to stay! We camped at Willamette Wine Country RV Park (monthly only) in a Travel Trailer.

Clean Restrooms
Clean Showers

Site Details

Site Number
Site Surface
Concrete, Grass
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Long enough for my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Picnic Table, Patio
Power Hookups
30 Amp
Sewer Connection

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Sun & Foliage
Some Shade
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient
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Review Count: 4
States Visited: 3
Helpful Reviews: 2

KQ Ranch Camping Resort, Julian, California

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $1.00
Overall Rating:

Came here to activate a free membership. Sales pitch was not bad at all. Sports courts were nice. Mini golf was not in great shape and equipment you check out was filthy and old. Staff was friendly but tried to cram us into 2 spaces way too small before we found a space ourselves and demanded to be assigned to it. Roads are 2-way and people drive fast through the campground, so it is not conducive to bike riding for young children, although it is probably fine for teens. The playground is nice. The roads are steep, windy and full of potholes. If you like wild desert brush, you may like the environment, but we prefer either more lush or more groomed. By the way, your free year of camping is only good November to April weekdays and excludes holidays so if you aren't full timers, you may find that to be rather restrictive, as do we. We probably will not be back. We camped at KQ Ranch Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 4
States Visited: 3
Helpful Reviews: 2

Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve, Santee, California

Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $40.00
Overall Rating:

Santee Lakes is awesome, as long as you are looking for a resort style, groomed kind of campground. Great for kids, one-way roads are smooth and quite flat, so good for little kids to ride bikes and scooters on. Sites are long, wide and neatly groomed and raked. Newer sites are not very shady but there is plenty of room for your awning. There are some long term residents but the price prevents it from becoming trailer parkish. It is an easy park to maneuver, the staff is friendly, the location makes a good home base for seeing all the San Diego sites and (bonus) it is only a few minutes from Costco and Henry's. We will definitely return to this campground that has something for everyone. We camped at Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 4
States Visited: 3
Helpful Reviews: 2

Snow Canyon State Park, St George, Utah

Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $20.00
Overall Rating:

We camped here in late November with two young children. It was our first camping trip and it couldn't have been a more perfect spot. The kids were able to ride their bikes and scooters around the campsite and campground and play football and frisbee in the grassy field just across the small road from where we parked. There are fantastic hikes, simple enough for young children with cave-like finds and fantastic natural formations. Also, there are sand dunes where my kids had a blast making "sand angels." Although the campground is small, it is really spacious. Our spot had an adjacent covered patio with picnic table and barbeque. There aren't any fire rings, but they allow you to bring one, so we brought our own fire ring and wood. The weather was very much on the verge of going from chilly to downright cold. I would not hesitate to camp at Snow Canyon again in November but I'd expect any later to bring weather too cold for enjoying the outdoor activities with young children. We only used the bathroom facilities once or twice. They were stinky but appeared to be quite clean. We did not use the showers. The only reason I'm not giving this park 10 stars is because it doesn't have sewer hook-ups and that would be really useful with our small trailer and it's small gray water tank. That would have made it perfect. We camped at Snow Canyon State Park in a Travel Trailer.


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