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We stopped on our way from Texas to Arizona. Very nice park with a view of the "city lights" at night. Roads are gravel with concrete strips for parking pads. Very clean, neat park with cable and Wi-Fi. It is B\big rig friendly and ample space to drive, turn, and park. Very quiet park with large area for children to play.

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The is one of the better Texas State Parks for larger RVs/trailers. Not all sites are level, but can be worked with. The park has several programs happening each day and/or night. Lots of birders there and two separate blinds that volunteers do a bang up job of maintaining. Indian Lodge has a restaurant if you get tired of your camp cooking. Highly recommend a trip there if you want to see the rugged mountains of West Texas.

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This is as good as an RV park can get. They even come by and pick up your trash. Just the Best. It deserves its all 10's rating. They have an exercise room, pool, wash room with coin changer and iron.

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We stayed 3 nights. Sites are back ins and close. But they are cut out of trees. So little disturbances from neighbor. Spring 2016 much is closed due to flooding. Very nice facility. Many sites are short so add a couple feet to your unit for reservation. Many over the air local channels. Very nice park.

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Very nice park. The nature exhibit is interesting. Today we can still enjoy the work of the CCC boys of the '30s. Please note for a trailer or motorhome that the farther you go the tighter the space. The end loop ONLY can accommodate about 25'. If the spots are full a 30ft +/- trailer is most difficult. Great place to stay and relax.

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A very enjoyable park. For direct/dish TV, ask for a pull through. I reserved 1 night, and stayed 4. Very friendly check in. Lots of things for kids, and many groups come and visit. A very quiet park.

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New Owners have upgraded the park. New gravel roads, excellent access. Big Rig Friendly. About 5 blocks to Yellowstone North Entry. Animals are everywhere. What a treat!!

     

Sunset Shores

Willis, Texas

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Weekly and Monthly only. Excellent Winter Texas destination. Fish right out the door. Near excellent shopping.

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Not very easy to get a big rig into the park. Made it though. WIFI is extra, $5. a day. "Approved" RV wash company wanted $300 to wash our rig. Watch your wallet at this park.

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What a surprise. Big, neat, clean, FREE laundry. Great WIFI and cable TV. Best place in West Texas that we have found.

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Excellent park. Gravel and level. Not sure what other posts are complaining about. Can listen to train toot on way to and from Silverton. WIFI is a little weak, but we were farthest site from office.

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Excellent park. Shuttle right out the door. WIFI is top notch. Big Rig friendly. Paved sites.

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Big Rig Friendly. Gravel sites for overnight. Rawlins is a pit stop. Better choice than KOA. No complaints... but one night is long enough for this part of Wyoming.

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Tight is only way to describe campground. Our 40 footer blocked the rear entry door of neighbor in 5th wheel. Sewer inlet higher than discharge pipe on motorhome. No other choices in park with hookups. Yellowstone is wonderful. Smaller units will work much better here. Needs upgrading for newer units.

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OK place to overnight. Used another campground in town on way home- much better choice. Wifi not working. Very tight for Big Rig with small tow. If you have to stay... then do it...