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Internal access roads OK but not great. Level dirt sites with full hook ups (50 amp) and cable. WIFI costs extra. Sites are long and wide. Had lots of open sites including many pull-thru's. We were told they would let us have an pull-thru site only this time. RPI members are usually put in a back-in site regardless of how many pull-thru's are available! Lots of older RV live-in's in park; sign says "EBT" accepted. Have pool and hot tub; both were a nice temperature. Office is at far end of entrance with minimal signage. Very inconvenient. We heard the deli was good with reasonable prices, but didn't try it. No patio, fire rings, or BBQ's. This park would be OK for an over-nighter. Big heat wave while we were there...VERY hot and didn't feel comfortable in the park so ended up leaving early. Won't stay here again due to the RPI pull-thru policy.

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Very nice place. Upscale. Well maintained. Internal roads EZ to navigate. Asphalt pads mostly level. Nice size sites (both pull-thru & back-in) for length and width. Full hook-up with 50 amp and cable. WIFI fairly good. Pool & hot tub at hotel (across the street). Small wood bark strip between sites. Picnic table. Only small trees. Quiet. Check-in area designed very well by someone familiar with big rigs! Stores and restaurants on the property are very nice. Definitely would stay here again.

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Mostly level dirt sites, many pull-thru's, full hook-ups with 50 amp. Large enough for big rig and truck. Room for slide-outs. Interior roads sufficient for big rigs. Absolutely beautiful cliffs surrounding RV park. Indoor pool. No hot tub. Wifi was OK...most of the time. Goulding has a good restaurant and a fuel station near. Our neighbor had a water problem and Goulding sent repair people immediately; it was impressive!

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The access roads are OK, but the bushes are not always trimmed. The sites are uneven dirt. We were in one of the few full hook-up sites, but they have only 30 amp and the water pressure is very low. Wifi is useless as is cell reception. Sites are not designed for big rigs (in spite of what they tell you on the phone) so getting into the site was a challenge and trees and bushes came very close to damaging the rig. There was barely enough room for our rig and truck. Our site was very private but some of the FHU sites are in the open and near access roads. We loved the quiet and the darkness at night. Our site had a picnic table and fire ring. Sometimes we saw deer in our area. This campground is really meant for small rigs and tents. We would not stay here again as the risk is too high for rig damage.

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Access roads were good; level dirt site; all pull-throughs; full hook-ups with 50 amp (and cable); wifi only sometimes. Enough room for RV and slides, but nothing extra. Felt very packed in. Nice grass strip shared with neighbor, each with own picnic table and BBQ. Small trees so rigs in no danger of scratches. Sometimes noisy as is near a major road but it seemed quiet at night. Mixed use...lots of tents and RV's. LOTS of families. Pool and hot tub ALWAYS overloaded and loud with youth and kids. But all were well behaved just having good, clean fun. Also, many guests had ATV's...loud. If you're looking for quiet, this isn't it. But it's a decent, clean place. Very close to Arches National Park entrance.

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Lovely RV park with amazing views of red rock cliffs. Interior roads are easy to navigate for big rigs. Many pull-thru's. Large level gravel sites with grass area, picnic table, and fire ring. Full hook-ups. Very quiet and peaceful. All is well maintained. TV antenna picks up large # of stations. No cable. Heated pool. Nice large grass area for gatherings. WIFI is very bad; almost worthless. But it's not totally their fault. Our personal hot spot didn't work well either. Verizon said this is a dead zone. So come to this beautiful park, but plan to enjoy the scenery rather than anything electronic. I would have rated this a 10 if they could have provided decent wifi. Be sure to make reservations; this is a popular place and they often (reluctantly) have to turn away travelers. We definitely would stay here again.

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Beautiful RV park very close to entrance to Bryce National Park. Roads are wide and EZ for big rigs. Very quiet. Many pull-thru's. Level gravel sites with full hook-ups. Ours also had cable. Most were large sites. Some are near pine trees. We were in the new section toward the back. The sites are huge and trees are new. Had a cement patio and a large grass area with fire ring and picnic table. This area is very exposed to the elements (wind, etc.) but we had a beautiful view of the small lake to our side and the forest behind us. Pool and jacuzzi were not yet open, but campers are able to use Ruby's Inn (hotel) facilities, which were very nice. I would have given this a 10 but the WIFI was very lacking. They have Tengo, which is usually very good so the problem may have been our location at the far end of the park. I absolutely would stay here again.

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Beautiful RV park. Somewhat level asphalt spots with cement patios. Very well maintained. As soon as an RV leaves, someone comes around and cleans the site for the next rig. Spots are spacious and the trees are trimmed so that there is a lot of privacy. Roads are wide and easy to navigate for big rigs. Very good WIFI. Water & electric/50 amp in our site; don't know if all are 50 amp. Have both pull-thru and back-ins. Only downside is no sewer at the sites. There is a dump station though. EZ walking distance to the amazing caverns. Highly recommend this RV park. Would definitely stay here again if are in this area!

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Gravel sites; some with full hookups and 50 amp, some with 30 amp, and some dry camping. We were there for a rally, so I'm not sure of the price. Roads are large - ample for big rigs. Sites are good size but right next to each other as they were trying to fit as many rigs as possible for this rally. Most were back-in sites but some could be used as pull-thru's. Recommend bringing bikes as the fair grounds are large. Quiet as along as NASCAR practice is not going on!

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Very nice. We needed a place 1/2 way between home and Tucson for a one-night stay. Wasn't expecting anything this nice. Large, pull-thru level gravel sites. Cemet patio. Full hook ups. Pool & more. Very quiet. They offer lots of discounts; Escapees is the best discount. People working here were very nice. Was told reservations were not required; they would have plenty of places. Definitely would stay here again!

     

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Lake Havasu State Park

Lake Havasu City, Arizona

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Park is amazingly beautiful. It's right on the lake, with many sites available next to the lake with beautiful views. Sites are large and on fairly level asphalt. There is lots of space between sites and site are often spaced so that you don't see any other rigs. We were there during the Balloon Festival and were able to see many balloons from our rig (although I would recommend going to the Bridge to view the balloons touching down on the water). We were there in the winter, so there were few boats on the lake, but I believe it could get very loud with boat noise in busier seasons. Beautiful campground! Definitely would stay here again! I would have rated this at 10, but it doesn't have sewer - only electrical & water.

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Very nice place. Level gravel sites. Heated pool & jacuzzi. Full hook-ups but 30 amp only. Some pull-thru's. Plenty of space between sites. No wifi or cable. Many planned activities. Small lake good for kayaking and canoeing. Quiet. Use Google Maps to find it; iMaps and Garmen led us astray.

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This is a nice, clean, small RV park. The staff are absolutely wonderful and very acccomodating. The sites are level cement with cement patios. They are large enough for the RV's & tow vehicle/truck, but with not a lot of room to spare. Most sites have bushes in between. Not much space between sites. The salt pool is large enough for laps. The salt jacuzzi could have been hotter but was OK. They have nice rooms that can be used for gatherings. Can hear some road noise from the freeway but not much. My only complaint was the cost seemed high for what was offered. Still, it's a nice, safe place with security gates. I can easily recommend this place.

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Very nice resort. Cement level pads with concrete patio. Grass between sites in some areas, others have gravel. Lots of pull-thru's; very roomy for big rigs. Full hook-ups. Lovely pool area. Clubhouse and restaurant are nice. We were there for a rally, so I'm not sure of the price or discounts offered. WIFI was absolutely excellent! Entrance and exit need to be redesigned. They are do-able, but one needs to be careful. Everything else (roads, etc.) are super. Is near a freeway, so if you want quiet, get a space away from the freeway. We were away from the freeway and it was nice and quiet. Definitely an upscale resort. I would stay here again.

     

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Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

Las Vegas, Nevada

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Very nice resort. Cement level pads with concrete patio. Grass between sites in some areas, others have gravel. Lots of pull-thru's; very roomy for big rigs. Full hook-ups. Lovely pool area. Clubhouse and restaurant are nice. We were there for a rally, so I'm not sure of the price or discounts offered. WIFI was absolutely excellent! Entrance and exit need to be redesigned. They are do-able, but one needs to be careful. Everything else (roads, etc.) are super. Is near a freeway, so if you want quiet, get a space away from the freeway. We were away from the freeway and it was nice and quiet. Definitely an upscale resort. I would stay here again.