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    Any recommendations? Was thinking of booking the Shadow Hills RV resort. Has anyone been there?
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    Default Re: Best Off-Site Camping Areas

    I've stayed there 2 years, and it's been great, esp now that the shuttles go there too. This year I'm camping on-site just to try it, but if I wasn't I'd be back at Shadow Hills. They have cheap decent hot meals too which really makes it nicer and easier.
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    Good to hear Shadow Hills is good! Just booked in for weekend 2!

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