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Spring Lake Regional Park Santa Rosa, CA
63 days ago

Sotall 5 reviews

"Nice Surprise"

This was our first stay at this campground in mid April and it surpassed our expectations. Lovely place with decent facilities and loads of live oak trees. The adjacent reservoir is surrounded by a large natural area & has a 2.3 mile path around... Read more

Figueroa Campground Santa Ynez, CA
120 days ago

Sotall 5 reviews

"Beautiful woodsy campground"

Only stayed one night in late Feb and only had to share the entire campground with 2 other campers + the host. It was quiet, pretty and serene. It’s a nice old-school campground in the trees meant for tent/car camping mostly. Notes: while the... Read more

Redman Campground Salt Lake City, UT
275 days ago

Sotall 5 reviews

"Nice Alpine Campground"

Spent 1 night here in late September and found several open spots with no reservations. Clean vault toilets with water spigot nearby. My site had both a fire ring and a stone & steel plate “wood stove” with door & chimney. Could heat your pan or... Read more

275 days ago

Sotall 5 reviews

"Remote and remote"

Stayed overnight in late September alone except for 1 other RV at the other end of park. Access involves 6 miles of gravel washboard road after the pavement ends, but easy in & out for any size rig. Starkly beautiful spot, however the reservoir... Read more

275 days ago

Sotall 5 reviews

"Quiet, clean, convenient "

Stayed two nights in late September and was pleasantly surprised by this campground. Reserved about 60 days in advance as a backup location thinking it looked pretty barren and the reservoir nearly empty, but found our spot and the others along... Read more
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Spring Lake Regional Park
Santa Rosa, CA
"Nice Surprise"
Figueroa Campground
Santa Ynez, CA
"Beautiful woodsy campground"
Redman Campground
Salt Lake City, UT
"Nice Alpine Campground"
"Remote and remote"
"Quiet, clean, convenient "

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