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Very well kept and beautiful private campground. Had an end site at the bottom of the hill and the views of the rolling hills are fantastic. Everyone is escorted to campsite. Allows RV and car washing but beware- very hard water! All pull throughs. Decorative bird houses line the drive to the campground. There are no grocery stores, or stores at all nearby so stock up before hand. Railroad trains do go by all night- but unlike my husband, I like the horns! Do NOT follow your GPS at the Garryowen exit, will be on the wrong side of the interstate. Follow their yellow signs.

     

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7th Ranch RV Camp

Garryowen, Montana

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Very well kept and beautiful private campground. Had an end site at the bottom of the hill and the views of the rolling hills are fantastic. Everyone is escorted to campsite. Allows RV and car washing but beware- very hard water! All pull throughs. Decorative bird houses line the drive to the campground. There are no grocery stores, or stores at all nearby so stock up before hand. Railroad trains do go by all night- but unlike my husband, I like the horns! Do NOT follow your GPS at the Garryowen exit, will be on the wrong side of the interstate. Follow their yellow signs.

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It is difficult to rate this campground: lovely sites and not so lovely weekend price. The setting is beautiful with private sites in a splendid aspen forest. It looks similar to a state or national park but with full hook ups! We would stay longer if it wasn't so overpriced- $50 a night weekend rate far away from any major attractions or from the very small town of Ashton. Unfortunately PA was only accepted on one weeknight. It has definitely been allowed to rundown by the past owners, but can tell that the new owners are working to update roads, sites and facilities. The laundry has one washer and dryer in a cute red shed that was under repair when we were there. Except for the well groomed golf course though, it is not a resort! While the park is a good distance from Highway 20 and Ashton through rolling fields, it was well worth the trip for the beautiful wooded setting.

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This would be a wonderful campground no matter where it was but is simply amazing in the middle of a large city. The green space outside the passenger door is relatively spacious with parking drivers side to drivers side. Yes, you can see in your neighbors window.... There is a picnic table, patio and trees! We had an end site. Laundry room is huge, clean grounds, the staff very friendly and enough people in office to help and answer questions. Store is well stocked. It is backed up to a state park along a stream for nature walks and bike rides. The Trac (train system) is right out the front for easy trips downtown. Neighborhood surrounding this huge park is a little iffy but we felt totally secure and safe.

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Very welcoming and friendly owners and staff. This is an older rather park that has seen better days and higher hopes. Very tight spots parked driver side to driver side. Kept the curtains down on that side to avoid looking in the neighbors living area. View out the front would be other RV's or the mobile home park next door. The mobile home park tenants use the RV roads so it can get a little loud and dusty at times. Would have been best for just an overnight. There was a definite sewer/ dump station odor wafting through at times. The laundry was very clean with great machines.

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Very busy BLM camping area just north of Moab. Weekends are full with hundreds of campers but the week days more open. Came in on Sunday morning and snagged a site as someone was leaving. Roads in are rutted, very rocky and sandy. Almost gave up when scouting with tow car. 34' motorhome made it through very, very slowly and we were rewarded with an isolated campsite with an exquisite 360 view and few neighbors in sight. No generator restrictions. After 3 days in an expensive Moab tight RV park free and spacious was worth the hard drive in.

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The best is the great WiFi and cell service. Could update all apps and GPS, get email and even watch movie on cell data here. The second best is being just on the outskirts of Moab with an easy drive in and close to Arches. The RV sites are really, really tight. Some have grass when lined up driver to driver side. Reach out and touch your neighbors slide! the others are lined up side by side with a strip of concrete and barely fitting picnic table. The park is really busy, well kept up and booked up. Glad to get a spot for a few days, despite the price, with full hooks ups, cable and propane available.

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Very clean, well kept family owned campground. We had a great site with trees and view of the cattle and horse pasture next to RV park. Closest private RV Park to Capital Reef. Full hookups and cable.

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This is a nice park right in Quartzsite and within walking distance of the "Big Tent", The Rock and Gem Show and a number of businesses. It is very crowded during show time and RV's are parked really close "back to back" as can be expected in Quartzsite during the biggest RV gathering in the world. The sites are well taken care of, facilities immaculate and staff helpful and friendly. No use of portable heaters allowed so needed to use our furnace a lot.

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Open for the Winter! Surprising number staying the winter judging from the pink styrofoam and hay bales around the motorhomes and fifth wheels. Store is stocked and staffed, gas pumps on site and complimentary jump-started motorhome at minus 10 degrees.

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Middle of winter in Minnesota and they had two sites plowed for motorhomes and trailers. Site had electric and water (surprisingly). We were winterized so didn't use the water. Self register and pay. Enjoyed sunset over the lake and minus eight degree weather!

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Nice clubhouse, friendly staff, long pull throughs. Sites a little close but great for several night stay. Was able to get WiFi camping near the clubhouse. Showers and restrooms very clean. They arranged shuttle to Big Texan Steakhouse.

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Right off I40 but far enough for no highway noise. Stopped because of freak snowstorm and very high winds. No one else camped there but we were very glad to be able to stop. In the middle of farm fields. Hard to rate as there are few services- no showers, no restrooms, no laundramat, no WiFi but owner really pleasant and helpful. Good electric and great water. Several frost proof water lines still open.

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Great RV sites! Clubhouse with fireplace, coffee, huge TV, Free coffee, book exchange, board games, couches, pool table and immucalate huge showers and restrooms. Everything new and decorated in retro theme. Gated, Fire pits, tables, patches of grass and walk or shuttle to Casino. Overpriced if goes back to $50 a night but great value at $30. (Particularly if going to give the Casino some of your money) Staff excellent and very helpful.

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The cleanest showers and restrooms ever! Lots of hot water and heated. The park facilities looked a little run down upon entering and we couldn't get ahold of anyone to see if they had availability, until after 4 in the afternoon. But pulled in and sign said to set up and register after 4. Older facility but Very friendly, helpful and good for an overnight stay.