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We have stayed here before and check in is always a crap shoot. Depending which workamper is on duty you may or may not be charged correctly, get a site that is suitable for your rig, or have a pleasant experience. It is not unusual to be either overcharged or double billed but I don't think it is at all done on purpose, just incompetency by the checkin person. The park is older but the folks working to keep it trimmed and clean do a great job as the sites were really very well maintained. We would stay again.

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Nothing spectacular about this park, just a clean, spacious, easy in easy out park on our way north. We have stayed several times over the years and the only caveat is to call before 4:30 PM. If arriving later then that, she tells you to get a site and stop in and pay in the morning.

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A basic, level, gravel covered park but it has the long pull through sites with good swing room that makes parking with our toad very easy. Hookups are placed well and they seem to have done away with the separate electric reading by added a few dollars to the overnight charge which streamlined the check in and checkout process. We would stay again.

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We camped here because of the amenities this early in the season. Very nice pool and Jacuzzi. Check-in was quick and friendly. Manager guided us to our level gravel site with a large cement patio and helped us back in. They said park Wi-Fi was currently an issue and was in the process of being upgraded but our hot spot (Verizon) had a strong signal. We did hear some firing from a distant firing range as well as train whistle and the railroad is six miles away. Previous reviewer must have been having a bad day as I asked about late night noise and the manager assured me that barking dogs and partying noise was addressed quickly in the rare cases it occurred. The partying? This is a geezers park, looks like lots of 80+ years folks. Nice size back in lots with Mexican brick divider's between lots, good 50 amp power and water pressure from their own well. Very nice landscaping and very clean park with a nice little library and large clubhouse as well as friendly residents. Also a large several acre fenced dog area. We would stay again.

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Check in was fast and we were asked about our rooftop sat. dish and guided to a long pull through that gave a clear shot to the southern sky. Kind of a tossup between this park and the adjacent competitor. This park seems to have added quite a few new sites with new electric pedestals, cable, water and sewer. Lots of room and quiet with a very good, fast WiFi system. Verizon signal also seemed strong. Very easy in and out. We would stay again.

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Gravel trail into the RV parking sites was rather an abrupt drop off if you have an RV with little clearance. Pea gravel to park on. Since there were no other campers we pulled in parallel to the electric pedestal. One of the pedestals had a damaged 50 amp outlet but we found an undamaged one. No customers at the lounge, but we saw a car and went up and made a donation for the electric. Hookups are basically in the highway ditch but traffic dropped off after dark.

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I called ahead to make sure there would be a spot available and the lady assured me this time of the year they were not busy and it would be self registration upon arrival. As it turned out, we were the only folks there, but the park was very well maintained. very long fairly level gravel pull through sites with excellent swing room. Wi fi was still on and it was very good, as was our Verizon signal. There was very moderate noise from the highway but very little after dark. All in all quite a nice peaceful setting with more amenities then we had expected in the rural setting. If the park was full, the side by side shared hookups could get a little close. We would stay again.

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When we drove in to the park, there was a self registration box by the unmanned registration booth with a large sign telling campers that they must register before going any farther. Try as we might, there were no registration slips anywhere and we and another camper looked everywhere. We drove in, picked a pull through site that allowed us to use our rooftop satellite dish and went to hook up electric and small print in the box informed us 50 amp was not available, only 30 amp power, although the 50 amp outlet was in the box. Camp host was not present so we waited till they returned and got a registration slip from them and were also informed there is no 50 amp electric in the park. The previous reviews indicated there was 50 amp but since we were only staying one night we got by OK. There was a water spigot at most campsites and the park was well maintained. It was a little to far out of our way to consider staying again.

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This park has a few long sites, which we needed, but spacing is very close, off of a shared electric pedestal and water spigot. I actually had to crawl under my adjacent neighbors slide out to in insert my sewer hose into the shared outlet. Only a few sites could get rooftop satellite because of trees and managers had no idea of how that worked. Many long term trailers because this area is on the edge of the oil field so lots of workers. Wi-Fi was OK and it the park was fairly quiet. Check-in lady was very pleasant, her husband not so much. It was OK for an overnight, but we would only stay again if there was no other choice.

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A rustic park but has long pull through sites and good spacing which was important for us. The very friendly owner met us at the edge of the park because I didn't read the RV park web site instructions clearly and expected the GPS directions to take us to the park. GPS directions were not correct and RV park signage off the main street was low to the ground, not very large, and easily overlooked. Owner brought a small trash can for our use and door mat and seems to really appreciate the business. We actually chose the park because it is just before oilfield congestion starts a little further east and we were assured of a spot with our length requirements. Verizon was good, hookups OK, and although not far from the Interstate, it wasn't overly noisy. We would stay again.

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Check in was extremely friendly and we were led to our requested pull through site that was long enough so I did not have to unhook my toad. The park is clean and seems well maintained. Somewhat close to your adjacent neighbor, because of shared hookups. Very close to the Interstate and there is also some train noise. Park Wi-Fi was OK and our Verizon signal was good. Our evaluation is that this may still be the best RV park in the area and we would stay again.

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We enjoyed a friendly check-in by the camp host immediately upon entering the park. Very convenient to the clubhouse with large spaces and good 50 amp power and water at the rear of the sites. My GPS directions were needed, as the signage is somewhat lacking. There is a dump station available. Park Wi-Fi was good and the Verizon signal was strong. We would definitely stay again.

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First impression was that the park was laid out in a haphazard fashion but we did find our way around after doing a short walking reconnaissance. Sign posted in the office gave site numbers and said to pick a space, which we did. Sites were maybe 100 feet long and plenty wide, although the hookups are shared side by side and neighbors would be close if the park was at full capacity. There appeared to be park Wi-Fi but we did not have the access code and used our Verizon hot spot which had a strong signal. Good 50 amp power and water and sewer hookups were well placed. Close to the freeway but noise diminished after dark. We would stay again.

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The parking is back-in on nicely mowed grass and the sites were not quite long enough for our RV so we parked parallel on an end site as there were only 2 other rigs in the campground. Clean and quiet with a good Verizon signal good water pressure and 50 amp electric. Good for an overnight and we would stay again..

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Rate reflects monthly rate. A very recently built park with good signage from the Interstate, already showing some signs of neglect but suitable for our purposes. Some distant noise from a fertilizer plant and also a railroad crossing. Owners were friendly enough and there is a self registration and pick your own spot. Access and leaving may entail driving across grass between sites if in a larger rig. Wi-Fi was good as was power and water pressure. We would stay again.