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    Default Need to find a new campground to stay at in Parker

    We usually stayed at Buckskin in Parker (we would tent at the cabanas) but we now have a lab puppy and they don't allow dogs on that beach, only on the small beach north of the store / launch ramp.

    So I am trying to find a place in parker that has a nice smooth slope beach (for my 3-year old son) and also allows dogs on the beach.

    I tried Emerald Cove Resort but its RVs only.

    Any one have any recommendations?

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    YOu could try the Sandbar resort next to Foxes. 928-667-3116

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    Try
    blue water rv.park and casino
    we stay there and love it!!!
    They let pets there
    but the kids have to be on leash...lol j/k
    and i dont no if they have tent camping???
    But really nice place to stay

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    You could try LaPaz County Park. Its a 1/4 mile down river from Roadrunner. Thats a pretty good spot for dogs and kids. Thats where I hang out.

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    I don't know of a place that is leash free.
    Keeping that in mind, for my money there is no better place to camp on the river than River Lodge - second to the last place up-river on the Cal side, about 2 miles south of the dam.
    The show of boats passing the island, the closed in cliffs, the cool beaches (there are three), lagoon for overnight mooring - it adds up. They have electric or non-electric campsites. All have water.
    Negative - beeing far upriver makes shopping something to plan in advance.

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