Shadoe

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This park is a nice overnighter. The park is very clean and has new buildings including showers and restrooms.

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The staff was friendly and informed. This park is big rig friendly. The main complaint I have is it is very noisy because it is so close to the expressways. I am aware that the park can not do anything about it, but it is very annoying.

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The name of the campground has been changed to Horne Lake. The campground is quite run down and not big rig friendly. It has been a very long time since Good Sam has visited this place.

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This is an excellent campground. We were parked right on the sound and viewed wonderful sunsets nightly. The restrooms and showers were very clean. The campground workers were all very friendly and professional.

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This park is big rig friendly. The staff was very friendly. The park has been updated. The park has mostly permanent cottages, but the sites they have available are very nice and well kept.

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The campground is big rig friendly. We were parked in the middle of a field with almost no amenities. This park is way over priced at $66 dollars--maybe a $35 dollar park. We had a function to attend nearby, so we had no options.

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This was a nice campground and is big rig friendly. The staff was friendly and helpful.

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The campground has long pull-throughs for overnight stays. It was easy on and off the expressway and we did not have to unhook. The campground was very clean.

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This is a very friendly campground. It has many big rig friendly sites. It is very clean and well maintained.

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A very nice casino campground. It was big rig friendly. The staff was friendly and professional.

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The campground is clean and well laid out. We were charged 12 dollars per night just to enter the park ( 6 dollars for the motorhome and 6 dollars for the towed vehicle). We traveled for seven hours to get there and were too tired to find a different campground. If you need to use their showers they are pay also. Instead of the 22 dollars a day for the camp site, it really would cost an additional 16 dollars for a total of 38 dollars. We will not camp here or any other Colorado State Park. Its not because of the cost but because of the fact that we were not informed prior to our arrival. We also paid an 8 dollar reservation fee but no one told us about the extra costs.

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This campground is over crowded and not set up for big rigs. The electric was only 30 amp.,and was weak. The water pressure was between 60 and 90 psi and was not constant. The showers were 3.50 dollars extra and were not very clean. It had no other amenities. We have camped here in the past, but we will never camp here again.

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This is a nice campground but very over priced. It has good water and power (50amp) and nice pull-thru. sites. It has mature trees for plenty of shade. It has no other amenities.

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The campground is a gravel parking lot. We only got electric and water, and it was 32 dollars. The bathrooms were not very clean, and it had lots of water on the floor. The drainage in the showers were very poor. This park is okay for overnight only. I am begining to understand why some people choose to stay overnight in a Wal-mart.

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This is a nice campground. It has nice shade trees and the grounds are very well maintained. The sites are a little narrow and only a few are set up for rigs 40 feet and larger. We would stay here again. This is better than most of the other campgrounds in the area.