About John Borajkiewicz

Completed the first and second leg of our three loops around the US and now on the lower to middle US loop enjoying as many National Parks and sites that we can see.

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Tonopah RV

Tonopah, Nevada

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We used this as a stopover for one night on our way to Mammoth Lakes CA, a pleasant surprise. Great reception at check in. The park is right along the road and is more like a parking lot than a campground but for the stopover it was great. Cable kind of iffy but usable. WiFi very good. If you are staying longer try to get site 18, nice sitting area and picnic table on the hookups side of the camper. We would stay again.

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We arrived around 2 pm and the office in the bar does not open until 4. The on site manager was there but we felt that we woke him up from a nap. They did not have our reservation that was made 5 months earlier. Luckily they did have a site even though the no vacancy sign was lit. A really small and tight campground. We got there before it filled in. We watched as other big campers had to maneuver back and forth to get into their spots. Hookups were good and WiFi spotty. There was junk stored everywhere. If you want full hookups you do not have many choices. If you can handle dry camping go to the National Park campgrounds across the street. We would not stay again.

     

Kanab RV Corral

Kanab, Utah

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I can see where some people complain about the size of their sites. We were happy with the one we had. Our 37' 5th wheel and truck fit just fine. It is a small park that is more fitted for a short stay to visit the area than for a lenghty vacation with kids. The pool is nice and the park itself is very nice. I see a lot of work being done to maintain it. The water hookup is a little funny and I haven't seen before. The shutoff valve is underneath the hookup. Connecting the hose is easy but turning the water on is tough. Overall a nice park. We would stay again.

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This campground is perfectly located in Grand Canyon NP. It is close to the market as well as the main visitor center. Full hookups including cable. We had a great end site with enough room to put up our screen tent outside our outside TV. The bike trail was close by and the NP shuttle bus stops in the campground. Half the campground does have workers of the park living in the upper area but that is not a problem. We would not stay anywhere else but Trailer Village if visiting the Grand Canyon.

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We paid a pretty high price for this campground considering that the wifi was terrible and there was no cable. Our site was well shaded but kind of tight in length. Our neighbors we also kind of close, there fire pit was right near the back of our camper. The layout was really funny with tent sites mixed in with rv sites. The road in was terrible, not only because of the speed bumps but road heaves as well. I guess it would have been okay overrall if the price was in thr $40 range. We have stayed at many campgrounds with lower prices that were much nicer and full services.

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This appears to be a park in transition. Yes it is all gravel but you are in the desert after all. We did have an end site so we had plenty of room. They could do a little better in marking the roadways so that you know how far you can pull you camper into the spot. The premium sites are still being worked but look like they will be great. They have wood walls between each site for privacy. Looks like they are getting new tables and furniture as well. Lots of new trees that will improve the looks of the park. New cottages being built, patios being added, and ground work being done. Very clean and the cowboy bbq adds a nice touch. The wifi was terrible. It would keep cutting on and off. They need more repeaters throughout the park. I do agree with another reviewer that the fresh water right next to the sewer is not very sanitary. We would stay again if in the area.

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Beautiful park just outside of the Navajo Park for Monument Valley. The park has different size spots so some are bigger than others. The one next to us was quite a bit wider than ours. Lots of dust in the sites which is understandable given the sandy clay soil in the whole area. Hookups in the right places and all worked well. WiFi and cable were good. Nice hikes in the campground to get some different views of the surroundings.

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We were here in late May. Unfortunately the weather did not cooperate, rainy, snowy, and cold so we could not really take advantage of the nice site we had. We were in the front side of the campground that had grass. The sites are set up so you face your neighbors front door so all the hookups, especially the sewer, are not near your sitting area. A really nice feature. The check in was easy but not very friendly. There was work going on every day we were there to keep the park neat. WiFi worked well for us but did cut on and off frequently. OTA channels were plentiful. Close to town but not much there. We would definitely recommend staying at this park.

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A nice park about a mile outside of Dolores and right along the river. We had a very nice back in site right along the river. The park is well maintained and they appeared to be doing more work. I should note that they are currently working on the main bathrooms for the campground so they were not available. We would definitely stay again.

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This park looks like it has changed hands. Signs still say Desert Rose, but the new name seems to be Moore's RV Park. Wifi worked well but be aware that they no longer have cable and only 6 OTA channels. The price was high for this park. Documentation still has free cable on it. Many full time campers living here. Sites are okay in size, but we arrived during rain and the gravel is mostly mud. We would not stay again.

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One of the best receptions we have received at any campground. Great customer service and fresh cookie at check in. Free breakfast and a home cooked meal for purchase that you order in person or by phone and it is hand delivered to your site. As for the campground it is basic but well kept. We were here for 2 nights and campers filled the park each night. Wifi and cable worked very well. The trains could be a problem but we have gotten use to them traveling the southwest. We would stay again.

     

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Grants / Cibola Sands KOA

Grants, New Mexico

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One of the best receptions we have received at any campground. Great customer service and fresh cookie at check in. Free breakfast and a home cooked meal for purchase that you order in person or by phone and it is hand delivered to your site. As for the campground it is basic but well kept. We were here for 2 nights and campers filled the park each night. Wifi and cable worked very well. The trains could be a problem but we have gotten use to them traveling the southwest. We would stay again.

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Great park. Full concrete pads and enough private space to sit outside. All hookups were in good shape and worked well. We were warned that wifi did not work well in the campground and they were right. We used the secure wifi in the office and it was very good. Cable worked but the picture was not sharp at all. OTA channels were crystal clear. The campground is large but there were a lot of people using it almost everyday. They provide a free breakfast everyday and it was great. The only problem was the traffic noise from I40 right next to the park. If you stay for more than one day you could get use to it. We would definitely stay again.

     

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Santa Fe Skies RV Park

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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This rate is a weekly rate. We had a wonderful site that had plenty of space and was quite private. We had a nice view of the mountains around Santa Fe. The site was level and easy to get into and out of. All the hookups were in the right spot. Wifi was good and we had lots of OTA TV stations. The park itself was clean and well maintained. It was kind of far outside of the city but we did not mind.

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The owners of the park were excellent. We were here early in the season so there was plenty of room. Only 2 other campers at the same time. We had a site that was a back in but the owner let us pull in and drive our truck over the grass. Worked well. He also gave us the site next to us to park our truck. We only stayed one night instead of the planned 2 because a snow storm was coming. They gave us a credit for the 2nd night which was very nice of them. We found it very quiet and the town cute. Only 3 miles from Capulin Volcano but drive carefully as cattle are free range and are on the roads.