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This was just an overnight stop for us, on our way back to Kansas City. The office person was friendly, and we were checked in quickly, with no problems. We had no problems finding the site or getting the hook-ups connected. Antenna TV, satellite TV, Wi-Fi, and AT&T cell service worked well. The interior road is paved, while the sites are mostly concrete with a dirt/gravel driveway. Most of the park appears to be long term residents, with a few sites in the front of the park for overnight guests. The park is about 6 miles from I-35, so there is no interstate traffic noise, but it does set off 0f OK-33 Highway, so there is a little noise from that.

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This was our second time here. We use this park when we travel from to Albuquerque, NM. The people were friendly and checking in was quick, with no hassles. The interior roads and sites are all paved, with gravel between the sites. All the connections were easy to locate and it was easy to get connected. Satellite and antenna TV worked well. The antenna TV worked better than the park's cable TV. The Wi-Fi worked well, as did our AT&T cell phones.

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We found the navigation system for our RV didn't recognize the address, and tried turn us off of I-40 exit 149, instead of getting off at exit 140. Good thing we saw the sign for the park. Just a word of warning for others. We found that check in was fast, and the employees we dealt with were pleasant. The park is gated and fenced, with the office manned 24 hours. There is also a little store in the office area. The interior roads and sites were all paved. All the sites have the numbers painted on the pavement, so it easy to find your assigned site. We found that the sites are very spacious and long enough for our coach, the toad, and another vehicle. Each site has a fire ring, with a grill grate, a picnic table, and a patio. The antenna TV, satellite TV, AT&T cell service worked very good. The Wi-Fi is an open public network, which also worked well. The park has a swimming pool, which was closed for the season. There is also a club house, with a small library, a game room, a kitchen, an area to watch TV, and a small gym. They also have shuttle service from your site to the casino. This is one of the better parks we have stayed in, and we have already made reservations to stay there for Balloon Fest.

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Check in was fast and easy, and the employees were pleasant and helpful. We were guided to the site. We found that the site was narrow, with all 4 of our slides out. There was a tree at the end of the site, on one side, which prevented us from pulling our rig up to the end of the site. If we had pulled to the end of the site, we couldn't have opened the front slide without hitting the tree. Also, due to the tree, we found that we couldn't walk completely around the coach. The hook-ups were easy to find and easy to get connected. The interior roads and sites were gravel and dirt, so when it rained, it was muddy. Satellite TV, Wi-Fi, and AT&T cell service was good. Antenna TV kept going in and out. Basically, this is a no frills park, good for a night or two. We would stay again, if in the area.

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We stayed here for 2 nights. Like others have said, the park is all gravel, and the sites are fairly level. The Wi-Fi worked well. The people were friendly and helpful. All the utilities worked well. Satellite TV and cell phones worked well. There aren't very many antenna TV channels, but we were able to get the major networks. We would stay here again.

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The nightly rate I posted is based on what we paid for the 2 weeks we stayed. This is a nice park, not to far from I-19 and I-10, but far enough away that you don't get the traffic noise. What you do get is the sound of planes flying overhead, usually during the day, because of the proximity of the airport and the air force base. The people, employees and other tenants, are friendly, with lots of amenities, and things to do. The park is gated, with a manned gate during the day, and an access code, for when the gate is not manned. The interior roads are paved, and the site we were on was gravel, with a concrete patio, and a picnic table. The connections for the electric, water, and cable TV are at the rear of the site, with the sewer on the side. One note, when backing in, watch for the sewer connection, as some of the sites are narrow. Also, we had to use our 5 foot sewer hose extension, to connect, as the regular hose was too long. We had a tree in front of our patio, and they do not allow parking on the street at night, so we had to park our toad by the patio, putting it close to our neighbor's rig. We had some packages delivered, while there, and the FedEx trucks came right to our site. We would stay here again.

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We were here for a week, so the daily rate showing is based on the weekly rate of $170. As others have noted, this park is inside a mobile home park, at the front. When you turn into the mobile home park, take the first right, and then the next right will put you into the RV park. When we made our reservations, we were told we had site D-11, which who ever we talked to, told us it was right in front of the office. It wasn't, it was in front of the lounge and bathrooms. We had to ask another camper where the office was. We got in after the office closed, so we called, and they came over and opened the office, checked us in and gave us our packages, that had arrived before us. Overall, great service from the park management. The site and interiors roads are concrete. We had no problems finding the hook ups and getting connected. Cable and satellite TV worked well, as did AT&T cell service. The Wi-Fi worked well, most of the time, and is better then most we have seen at other parks. We found that our site had trees that are really close, and we could not open the awning.

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If you decide to stay here, I suggest that use the directions on their web site. Our GPS wanted to take us off of FM170 and up some dirt road. Also, if you like fresh produce, stock up, as we needed find any in the stores we visited. We stayed here so we could visit Big Bend National Park. When we checked in, they gave us cards we could use at the resort, to charge items to our site. We had a pull thru and found that the sites were alternating facing east and west, with 2 sites sharing a pedestal. So, you are really close to the neighbor facing the opposite direction, but quite a bit of room between the neighbor facing the same direction. We found that the Wi-Fi was spotty and didn't work well in the mornings. Also, AT&T cell service was spotty, but we could usually get a data connection, to set up a hot spot. Each site we saw had a picnic table and a fire ring.

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First of all, if you have an in-dash navigation system, like we have, you might want to print out the directions on the web site. We came from San Antonio and as we got off onto Texas 17, we were about 20 miles from Fort Davis, when our GPS said that we had arrived. We hadn't since it was nothing but an empty field. Check in was easy and as noted in other reviews, the man running the place is a little gruff, but he was polite and easy going. He also gave us a run down of the place to see. After checking in and paying, he told us to take one of the two way roads, and to find a site we liked. There was no information about the park provided. Everything easy to locate and easy to connect. There was a covered picnic table at most of the sites. The wi-fi was good, most of the time, make sure you get the password, when you check in. Cable TV is provided and worked well, as did our satellite TV. AT&T cell service was only 1 or 2 bars and some times we got no signal. We would stay here again.

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The $28 rate is based on the weekly rate that we paid, which was $195. The first site we went to was 20, but we had trouble getting leveled, so we moved over to site 19. We didn't have any trouble getting level there. All the hookups were easy to locate and easy to get connected. We found the wi-fi worked well, as did the satellite and cable TV. We had no problems with AT&T cell service. The park has crushed asphalt interior roads, with the sites being gravel. The pull thru sites were long enough to leave the toad connected and still have enough room for another vehicle to park in front. The only drawback was the road noise. The park is right off of U.S. 90, a major road through that part of Texas.

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We were here for a week, so the $21 rate I posted is based on the weekly rate of $150 per week. This is a no frills park, that is works well for getting to Austin or Waco. The park was quiet, sitting about a mile off a highway, but there was no road noise. There are farms in the area, so you will hear roosters in the mornings. Most of the people are there long term, with a section set aside for daily and weekly tenants. The interior roads were fairly wide and the roads and sites were gravel. The hook-ups were easy to find and easy to connect. We found that the wi-fi wasn't that good and didn't work a lot of the time. We ended up using our hotspots most of the time. Antenna and satellite TV worked well, with the antenna getting stations from Austin and Waco. We would stay here again.

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The daily rate I posted is based on the weekly rate for what they call a Hammerhead site. They have different rates for the various sizes of sites they offer. We found the employees friendly and helpful. When you get checked in, someone will guide you to your site and offered to assist us in getting hooked up. We had no trouble getting leveled, even though the coach leveled out a little higher then normal. They have cable TV available, for free, but we found that we didn't need it, as the antenna and satellite TV worked just fine. The wi-fi worked well, but I'm sure it helped that the antenna was just one site away from us. They have trash cans scattered about the park, which they empty every day, so you don't have to worry about trying to find the dumpster.

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The rate we paid is based on the weekly rate of $195. We also had to pay for electric, which was $0.12 per kilowatt hour, so our total cost for 2 weeks was $450.24. The people there were nice and helpful. Check in was quick, and they guided us to our side. It was easy to find the hook-ups and easy to get connected. As noted by others, some of the interior roads are narrow and hard to maneuver, especially if you have a larger rig and/or a tow. We found that the cable and satellite TV worked well. AT&T cell service, depending on where you were at, worked, but only 1 or 2 bars. The park charges $18 per week for wi-fi, so we used the hot spots on our phones, which worked well. This is a gated community, and they charge a deposit for a remote control, for the gate. We would stay there again, if in the area.

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We found that the staff was friendly and helpful. When we checked in, one of the staff guided us to our site. It seemed like he took us the long way around, and he said that there is a small concrete wall that he wanted us to avoid, as it made for a tight turn. At the site, he directed my wife in backing in. He also told us that he was just 2 sites over, if we needed anything, feel free to contact him. The hook ups were easy to locate and easy to get connected. The site was wide enough that we could park our Jeep next to the RV, even with the slides out. Antenna and satellite TV worked well. AT&T cell service was good. The park's wi-fi was spotty, and for most of the time we were there, we used our hotspots. They also allow you to wash your RV and vehicles for free, at your site. We had problems on the day we were supposed to leave and couldn't leave until the next day. We contacted the office, and we were allowed to stay the extra night at no charge.

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We stayed for 2 weeks and the price reflects the weekly rate. The park sets back off the road about a block or so, and while the GPS had no problem finding the address, we missed the sign on our first pass. We had to turn around, and we found their small sign on the second try. When we checked in, I told them about missing their sign the first time, and they said that was the largest sign that they could have. We had reservations for a back in site, but after seeing how close they were, we requested a pull thru, which was a little better, but still quite close. The people were friendly and helpful. The park is kept clean and the facilities that we used, the gym and the community room, looked clean. The sites were all concrete, with the back in sites really close together. The pull-thru sites have a little strip of grass between them and maybe enough room to open your awning. We didn't use our awning, so we don't know for sure. The hook-ups were easy to locate and easy to get connected. We noticed that where we were, most of the pull thrus had 2 sewer connections, one at the back of the site and one about the middle. The wi-fi worked very well, as did the cable and satellite TV. We had no problems with the water pressure or electricity.