We really liked this campsite. The sites are huge (enormous!) and very nice. Concrete pads, hook-ups and WiFi. Many of the sites have a view of Lake Powell and it really is a gorgeous area. There's ~1/2 mile walk to the beach, and it's a good central location to visit spot on the Colorado river, old Indian sites and red rock magic. Only negatives....showers are pay-only and the laundry-room has is really small and constantly full. But, the natural beauty here is stunning. We'd definitely stay here again.
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This park is a bit "out there", but is one of the most gorgeous State Parks we've stayed at. It's located right next to the Missouri river (our RV site was literally 10 steps from the water) and has a beach, access to swimming & hiking. The sites are long, paved and farily flat with option for electric hook-ups. Good selection of shade and many sites have views of the water. Dump station and potable water on-site, plus hot showers (free) and flush toilets. Great place to hang out and relax and it's practically empty during the week. Not much else in the area, but that's the kind of place we like.
Note/ There is a SD state park pass fee in addition to the entrance/daily rate.
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For a big-town park, this is fabulous. We stayed here for a few months a loved the open space and nearby hiking trails. It's far enough out of the city (~20 miles from San Diego) to be peaceful, but also close enough to get you to all the action. Sites are large, full hook-up, WiFi, clean toilets and great surroundings w/ the lakes. Most other parks in San Diego are more expensive & you're packed like sardines. This one's different. You'll see seasonal people come back several years in a row because it's so nice. Monthly rates are very decent. This is where we'll stay next time we're in town.
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