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Old 07-08-2011, 03:31 PM   #1
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jackson rancheria

Going there in the next couple days and check it out..
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Going there in the next couple days and check it out..
Steve and Denise,

You are going to love their 5 star RV park with concrete pads, full hookups, bench, grass and plenty of room for your slides. It's as clean as can be and the clubhouse has a game and TV room where you can watch sports, play checkers or chess, read or grab a cup of coffee which is served free all day and if you want to use their BBQ, it's ready to go and located around the pool area. Horseshoe pits are outdoors and are a lot of fun too. The pool is great but the two spas are fantastic. There's a dog run and play area for them that is unparalled. Have I forgotten to tell you about the shuttle that comes every 20 minutes, and takes you to the casino and after, brings you back?
We have done this with a group, for the past two years and love the great buffets at the casino too. Jackson is a nice town for shopping, cave and gold mine tours and restaurants.


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We really enjoy the park. As you check in an attendant dumps all your tanks and provides you with their house chemicals and more available free when you dump at your site. This protects their waste water system.
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We were thru there a couple of years ago while running on 88 from Tahoe to Stockton with the TT and the only problem we had was that there weren't any signs telling you where to park at the casino and the ramp in is quite steep.
We did drive thru the rv park and they were extremely friendly.They met us at the gate and when we told them we just wanted to do a drive thru for future reference,they gave us a brochure,explanation about the services available and a sample packet of the chemicals.Loved the big open setting and we're planning on mebbee later this year in the MH.
Oh,and the fuel prices at the service station on the way up were the lowest in the area.
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Nice park, great service. We had an Alpine owner's association rally there and were treated spectacularly. 'Course IIRC we helped pay the light bill at the casino.
Breakfasts at the casino cafe are pretty fabulous also.
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Thanks for all the info. Steve
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You are welcome Steve,

Look them up on the internet and see for yourself.


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Just got back from Jackson rancheria and all I can say...the place and the people who work there are super nice
Needed some work done and they got me in touch with a local RV repair. He was there in 20 minutes fixed my problem fast and off we went. If your ever in the area I have his name and number will post later. Steve
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I used this Guy that came to the RV site and fixed my steps. His name is Todd hobbick out of sutter creek 209-267-9444. I was happy with him.nice to have numbers of service man in case you need one. Steve
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Steve, how far is it from Yosemite (near Mariposa)? We are going there in 2 weeks and would like to stop by.
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Steve, how far is it from Yosemite (near Mariposa)? We are going there in 2 weeks and would like to stop by.
Here you go: Yosemite National Park, CA and Jackson, CA best route map, driving direction


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About 120 miles. The shuttle runs from casino and RV park every 20 minutes. We will be going back soon.
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Went back to Jackson rancheria for a couple of days.as before the people who work there were super
But because of the economy the buses run once an hour instead of every 20 minutes to the casino during the weekend. And the pool was empty. Some parent did not watch their child in the pool and they had to drain, clean and refill. Other than that this place has to be the cleanest RV park around.
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We love the place as well!
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