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TravelPod Member ReviewsVjeko Jakas Jelsa
We planned on staying San Onofre Park but it was full so San Mateo was recommended. We were happy with San Mateo - it was little and had private sites. Ground squirrels were having a hey day there and were fun to watch. We had a fire pit and picnic table and there were clean flush toilets and coin operated indoor showers.
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