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Had a pull-thru, full hookup site with cable. The sites are quite lovely with trees and grass. There is a fenced dog park with cleanup bags and there are walking paths available. You park on a cement slab and hookups are placed at both the front and the rear of the sites for flexibility. Each site has a patio and table. Would stay here again.

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The site I had this time was not as nice as the one I had once before. The problem was that the neighbor's hookups were right outside my door. Just a bit too close, and it didn't allow the table for my site to be truly usable. However, the hookups worked well including the cable, and there are two very nice dog parks here. But a few exit signs would be appreciated as I ended up having to turn around twice while trying to leave. Would stay here again, but will ask for a different site.

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The price quoted is the cash price plus a $2.00 discount with coupon. Had a pull-thru, full hookup site with cable. Sites are gravel with a picnic table. The trees were full of green oranges. Looks like this year's crop will be a big one. The dog park was at the far end of the park which made for a nice walk. Have been here before and will stay here again when passing through.

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Interesting location. As you enter the park, you think that you're seeing grass at some of the sites, but a closer look reveals that it's artificial turf. Have not encountered that before, but it does add to the ambiance. Sites were level and the cable was extensive, including HBO. Had a fenced off-leash area for the dog. Not a bad choice if you're in the area.

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The price quoted was for full-hookups. This is not a fancy park and most of the residents are permanent, but it's very close to the Aztec Ruins and museum, and the price is right. If you're up to it, you can even walk to the Ruins, but there is plenty of room in their parking lot for your rig if you prefer. If not for the ruins, I don't know that I'd stay here again.

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This is a no-hookup campground with paved sites, and within walking distance of the museum/visitor's center. The sites are located among large cottonwood trees, so most are well-shaded, and it's cooler here than you would expect because of the shade. If you take one of the tours through the canyon, you will be picked up in the campground and returned to your campsite. I would definitely stay here again.

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Gravel sites with tables, some with shade. The best things about this campground are the views, the tours and the friendly staff. Our site was level with water, electric, sewer and cable. We looked out on the beautiful sandstone cliffs, and it was an easy walk to meet our tour "bus" through the valley. Would most definitely stay here again.

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Gravel sites with concrete patio and table. There's a designated pet walk through the sagebrush but no fenced off-leash area. A few sites have some shade, but many do not. Even though the park is next to a busy highway, it was fairly quiet. Would stay here again.

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Chose a fully shaded pull-thru site close to the office. No dog walk or cable, but there are a number of OTA stations in the area. Enjoyed watching the cattle right across the street. Park is far enough from the freeway that it was pretty quiet. No complaints. Would stay again if in the area.

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This is the one KOA that always checks for reward points so that I actually paid much less than the nightly rate. I really appreciate that. Was given a shaded pull-thru site which helped since the temp was over 100 degrees. It's desert so the sites are gravel, but the hookups work well and you have OTA television reception from both Las Vegas and Phoenix. Have stayed here before and probably will again.

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Took a wrong turn and this was the first park I came to while trying to get back on track. Most of the residents seem to be permanent. The big attraction here is the restaurant on the grounds. Sites are on dirt with cracked cement patios. Mine was fairly level, but many are not. Let's just say that the park has seen better days. Worked OK for an overnight, but would not stay here again.

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Had a long pull-thru site with full hookups, partial shade and cable. All connections worked well. The sites are gravel with a picnic table and there is a fenced dog park with cleanup bags. Nothing fancy, but would stay here again.

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Loved the site we were given. It was on their "third level" and looked out on the city below. All the hookups worked well, including cable. The gravel sites are extremely wide so that you're not close to anyone. Loved that! Would stay here again.

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Had a full-hookup pull-thru site with some shade. The cable was quite extensive and we enjoyed the free continental breakfast in the morning. The dog park was a nice size and provided bags for clean-up. The hookups worked well, although the water spigot was below ground and a bit difficult to reach. Over-all a pleasant experience and would stay here again.

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Gravel sites, many of which are terraced so that you don't feel too close to your neighbors. Paved patios and full-hookups that worked well. No cable, but quite a few OTA stations. There's a hiking trail that circles the park and large fenced off-leash area for the dogs. Would stay here again.