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This is a good place to stop in transit on Rt 95. It is well kept, clean, with adequate space. There is a good laundry facility on site. It is gated at night. The staff was very friendly and we were led to our site. All the utilities seemed to be in very good shape although the water pressure was a bit low but adequate. Fuel and food is very close by and is typical of an interstate exit. There is a bit of road noise and the local airport seems to be busy in the late afternoon. All in all, we would certainly stop here again. It is very convenient as a transient stop. We camped in a fifth wheel.

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This is an interesting CG to rate. We were there for a one night stop over on our way North. There are some really great sites that boarder the river. These are mostly back ins and would be terrific if we were going to spend a few days in the area. The CG is mostly a peninsula formed by the river so it has some natural ambience. There is a very nice river walk all the way around as well as some interior walking trails. The transient sites are parking lotish and tend to be quite close together. Fortunately, it appears that they only use every other site where we were located. If a camper were next to us, we could not have opened our awning. The pool and facilities were outstanding and could be a model for other CGs. There is no dog park. Access to and from the highway was excellent and straightforward. The staff was friendly and helpful. All in all, this is is a good camp ground that has the potential to be great. We would stay here again.

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This was a typical KOA that we would use for a one night travel stop. It was close to I-75 with good access. Be REALLY carful as you enter as the entrance is on a very sharp curve with limited visibility. The roads are good but narrow. The sites are paved but I did use one set of leveling blocks - not bad at all. The sites were relatively close together and was just long enough for me to stay hooked to my tow vehicle. Our site, number 65 was on the outside loop and was very comfortable. Most sites are shaded. There is a very good dog park. All in all, it was a good stop over with a friendly and helpful staff. We would stay there again.

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This park is a real gem. It is exceptionally well maintained and spotless. The sites are level concrete with adjoining patios. Plenty of manicured lawn and plantings. It is obvious that the owner takes pride in this excellent facility. Access from I-10 is quick and direct. Most of the sites are occupied by long term occupants with some sites for transients like us. Most sites are pull through as described. It is clear that there is a high standard for long term occupancy as all the sites seem to be occupied by high quality units. I suspect that many oil field and chemical plant workers use the park as a home while on assignment nearby. All that being said, we would definitely stay here again short or long term.

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The park is in an ideal location for visiting all aspects of San Antonio. It is well laid out with lots of grass surrounding level gravel sites with cement patios. The park has its own entrance to the river walk, a beautiful wide paved trail along the San Antonio River. It is used by walkers, cyclists, runners, and even kayakers. Access to the park from the highways is through traffic as it is located in the city. Follow the directions from the camp web site. DO NOT trust your GPS! The GPS will take you over a very steep and short railway bridge. I was told that many coaches, toads, and trailers have hung up on it. We saw it on one of our drives. It's true. The water pressure requires a pressure reducer. Power and wifi are excellent. The park is well landscaped and very clean. Landry facilities and the pool are very nice. We stayed for four nights to see the typical tourists sights such as the Alamo and the rest of the missions. We would definitely stay here again.

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This was an overnight stop for us on our way East on I-10. Access off and on the highway was very good. Except when we left my GPS wanted me to get back on I-10 West when I wanted to go East. The sites were reasonably level and plenty long for our F-250 and 30 ft trailer. We never unhooked. The office people were very friendly and helpful. This is an old park in need of some TLC but perfectly acceptable for us transients. The bathrooms/showers were centrally located, clean but in need of updating. On the other loops there were plenty of permanent sites, but they were well kept. There is a restaurant on site that is very convenient. One very good attribute is the dog park. It is huge and was great for our dogs to run and chase each other. Also, it is lighted all night. No, it's not at all disturbing. ALthough the park is close to the road we did not notice the road noise. All in all, we would certainly return for an overnight stop.

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This is a great place to Stop off of I-10. The grounds are perfectly level and very well maintained. The sites are well done with back to back utilities so site utilities adjoin each other. Nice touch. The office is more like a welcome center - meeting area and even a kitchen. Now...... even though this is a very nice place and is very convenient to good shopping and restaurants, I would not classify it as an RV resort. It just doesn't have resort amenities like a pool etc. I was not impressed with the bathrooms. Clean but very small for a park of this size. One of the nice things about this location is a large RV dealership within walking distance. They have a nice store and parts department. We will definitely stop here again on our travels East and West.

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This was actually a nice but very old CG in need of some TLC. The water and electricity were fine and stable. The sites were wooded and gave some sence of privacy although not particularly spacious. Do not have any expectation of level sites, but they are OK. There is a great walking trail that goes above the property for about a half mile. Our dogs loved it. All in all, we would stay here again when visiting Santa Fe.

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We stayed here to visit The Painted Desert/Petrified Forest national park. Other than an over night stop, it's the only reason to stay here. That being said, the staff was very nice and accommodating. The CG is a big gravel parking lot. It reminded me of a drive in theater. Actually, I have fond memories of drive ins (another story). We were in the first row sites 1 - 10. They are OK length wise but very narrow. Our awning overlapped into the adjoining site. We were in site 8. The cable did not work and the power was intermittent - not good. The owner came right out to assess the situation - very good. We were so close to sight 9 that we just plugged into the cable and power in that site. The owner blocked out site 9 so we were able to just stay where we were. All the other sites were quite spacious and would have been much better. We would stay here again with the caveat that we would insist on another row.

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For visiting Monument Valley, it's the best option. We were there for two nights. Although we got off to a poor start, we ended up being pleased over all. When we first arrived, we were put in space B2. This is one of four back-in sites just outside and separate from the main area. We were not happy campers and did not feel comfortable there at all. Particularly since we made reservations a few months in advance. It was particularly galling because the guy who arrived right in front of me was a drive-in who was assigned to the "last" pull through site. The next day we asked to be moved inside and were accommodated right away. During all this, the staff was very nice. Once inside, the sites were spacious enough and level. It was enjoyable for our last day and night. We would certainly return again but I would be a bit more specific about placement.

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This was an overnight stop for us on our way west. This is an old and not updated CG. The roads are tight and narrow as are the sites. The class A next to us had to wait for us to leave in the morning in order for him to get out. It was very close to the highway, but not all that easy to get to. Yes, plenty of road noise. I will try to chose another campground if I come this way again.

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This was an overnight stay for us on our way West. The CG is a few miles from the highway - not too far. Use the directions provided by the CG, not your gps. Our site was a pull through that was spacious and level with a view of the Mississippi River. There is plenty of space to walk along the river bank, sit on a bench, and watch the commercial traffic go buy. It's a great spot to spend a few days and visit Memphis if you are so inclined. West Memphis - not so much. We would certainly stay here again.

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This was an overnight stop for us on our way West. Fuel was available at the campground exit 84. This was a very nice KOA. Our pull through site was level and shaded. The staff was excellent. We would definitely stop here again.

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For us this was an overnight stop on our way West. Access off an on the highway was easy. We stopped for fuel at the exit for the campground. We had a full hookup pull through site that was level and easy to enter. The only strange part was leaving. Depending on the loop you are on, you may meet another camper coming toward you on the one lane road. So.... look to see who's leaving at the same time.

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This is good for an overnight stop as there are no amenities. Many FHU but most not. The restrooms are centrally located and old, but clean. Sights are level and gravel. Water and power are fine. It's easy off and on the highway. They have a restaurant which will deliver to your site. The BBQ is OK. All in all we would stay here again for an overnight.