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This is our 2nd stay here in a wonderful park close to Old Mesilla! The interior roadways are super wide and graveled. Camp sites are back in and pull thru, all gravel, level, spacious, with grass patios with a picnic table. FHU, 30A/50A, good water pressure. Hookups are close to connections on your RV. Office staff are very friendly. Club house has a small kitchen, pool table with ping pong tops, movie viewing area, several TVs and a couple of stationary exercise machines. Shaded sites with tall and full trees. May impact satellite receivers. Cable TV and WiFi free and is excellent. Over 65 TV channels and WiFi is strong enough to stream video from Hulu, Netflix or Amazon! We camped here last year in Jan and knew we wanted to return for this stay here in Las Cruces. Quiet, close to restaurants, groceries and other shopping needs. My site, II (2 eyes, not eleven) is a long pull thru so my 40' Phaeton and towed 18' car hauler fit and remained connected. Room for car in front of RV.

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Thus is a fairly new campground. Wide, gravel roadways; level, gravel pull thrus; FHU, sewer, 30A/50A; club house with laundry, showers, large screen TV with satellite programming, pool tables, and lounge sofas and a recumbent cycle. Dan and Shawn are great hosts. No shrubbery or trees. Some camp sites have fenced in patio area. Located 4 miles south of Deming away from city lights, railroad tracks and road noise from I-10. My camp site held my 40' Phaeton towing an 18' car hauler trailer still attached. Room to park second vehicle next to coach. The fee is a $20/night "donation" so the hotel tax is not collected!!!! A great stay for $20!!!! Free WiFi which was better than most other campgrounds. OTA provides for all national and local carriers. Satellite available in the club house. I certainly would stay here again when passing through in route on I-10!!!!

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A great little park close to downtown Silver City. It has a store in the office that serves fresh brewed, selected coffees and pastries. Pull thru sites accommodate 36 foot RV's or less. My 40' plus 18' trailer backed into overflow sites with FHU but only 30A service. Office staff and camp hosts are very friendly. Some full time campers but many campers in and out. I would certainly stay here again if the need arises.

     

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Lifestyle RV Park

Willcox, Arizona

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The hosts here at Lifestyle RV Resort in Willcox, AZ, make you feel right at home! Small park but well maintained. Gravel sites separated by tall, vertical evergreens which may interfere with slides and/or awnings. Pull thru and back in sites. Pull thru site not long enough to maintain hookup to my 18' car hauler trailer but was able to drop in a convenient storage location at campground. I was able to deploy slides but not main awning. FHU and 50A/30A service. Cable TV and WiFi at each site. Bathrooms and showers with indoor pool!! Office shares space with a small store for limited convenience items. Safeway close by. Close to train tracks with trains rolling by day and night. Not intrusive enough for me to be a bother though. A restaurant on site but I didn't use it. New owner plans to install upgrades and improvements! Will only make this park even better!!! If you stay 2 nights, you get 1 free for a 3 night stay!! Just pay $4 for electric. Good Sam discount. So, $36 (with GS disc) × 2 = $72 + $4 (elec) = $76 / 3 (days) = $25.33/day!!!

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We arrived mid-afternoon and were greeted with smiles and a welcoming attitude. Made us feel very welcome. Our reservation packet was complete upon arrival. Check in was easy and smooth. This is a Coast to Coast member park so fee does not reflect actual cost. I did have to pay a $3.00/day surcharge for 50A electricity however. Security guard at entrance 24/7. Interior roadways are easily navigated to our long pull thru. I had room for my 40' Phaeton towing an 18' car hauler trailer. Still has room at rear to park my 2nd vehicle. Electrical pole close but a long run for sewer. Required my extension hose to reach receptacle and on my site, flow was a little up hill. Good thing sewer connection on my RV was a little higher than site sewer connection. Somewhat level, gravel with concrete patio sites. Trees provide shade. Sites are configured so RV direction is alternated so you share a single pole with two electric panels on driver's side and you share space with your neighbor but have your own patio and picnic table. There is an outside, heated pool. The club house has a kitchen. Many park-hosted activities are held there, like breakfast, or Bingo, or a host of other activities!! Clean showers and bathrooms available. We were met by the park host, who suggested various day trips and other close to park activities. He asked several times before he left us, "do you have any questions that I might be able to answer?" He was very conscientious!! We were quickly greeted by our neighbors and we're made to feel welcomed!! Surrounded by the Spring Mountain range. Some peaks are snow covered!!

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We were greeted in the office by the friendliest staff. Welcomed us with open arms and treated us like family!! Our reservation packet was complete and ready at time of arrival. We received instructions and explanations about the park, surrounding area for groceries and provided with WiFi info and cable TV remote. WiFi was good, performing email and browser functions. Too slow to stream but AT&T data rate was excellent and streamed using hotspot from phone. Park has ample road clearance to navigate to assigned site. Sites are level, gravel with concrete patio and BBQ grill. Reach to power pole can be long because pole is close to front of site. Cable TV controller box is located inside electrical panel cover to reduce distance to the remote. Nice location close to Colorado River with beach front area with patio chairs and hammocks. Sunsets are beautiful!! Because of river, boats can be heard cruising up and down the river but not annoying or intrusive. Close proximity to I-10, so some over-the-road noise can be heard but, again, didn't bother me. Blythe is just over the CA/AZ border west of Ehrenberg on I-10 W. Be sure to check out Blythe Intaglios for some unique geoglyphs!! I would certainly return to stay at this nice, clean, quiet, well-managed and well-maintained park. The pool is large. There is a kiddy pool and hot tub. We are Coast to Coast members, so stay paid for with points as this is a Good Neighbor Park, an affiliate of Coast to Coast. That's why my camp fee is only a $1.00. My pull thru was 65', long enough to maintain connection with my 40' Phaeton and an 18' car hauler trailer. Still room for our vehicle on the side at rear of site.

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Most in this park are long term stays in Motorhomes or 5th Wheels. My daily rate is based on a 3 month stay. Like most parks, the longer you stay, the less per night cost! Park is very clean. Camp sites are concrete pads and patios. Camp sites are wide and will accommodate a 40' RV. All are back-in sites. There are some permanent, park models in the park, but most sites are available for RV's. A common space is available for meetings, gatherings for games, a tennis table and pool table are located there as well. A small, workout room with a treadmill, an elliptical machine and a stationary, cable weight machine is available there too. A large screen TV is located in the workout room. A small kitchen and refrigerator is also available for use in the common room. The park is gated and requires a code to enter. A garage door opener is available at a fee of $50 which is returned when the opener is returned to the office. Camp sites have FHU, water, 50/30A service and cable (which is contracted through Cox Cable, not the park). Not aware of free WiFi because I have Cox data and video during my stay here for the three months of Jan thru Mar of 2017. OTA TV is easily available with your RV antenna. There are many restaurants and other eateries, grocery and department store shopping and theaters close by. Close to Phoenix via highways. A trolley system is available with access from Mesa to all venues downtown Phoenix. Finally, there is a small, heated pool and a hot tub. Penny is the Office Manager and is very pleasant. She will accommodate you as much as possible. Overall, a very nice, long-term stay park or for a few nights. A hidden gem among all of the RV parks located in the Mesa area!!!!

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A great, well-managed and maintained park. Paved roadways and camp sites. Gravel patio with picnic table. Long pull thrus and back in sites available. FHU, 50/30A service with cable TV and WiFi. They accept Passport America discounts for up to 7 days. Considerable savings. Laundry and bathrooms/showers available. Showers are the nicest I have used! Close to historic Williams, within walking distance. There is a train that rumbles through but not overwhelming. I just rolled over and went back to sleep!!! I would certainly recommend this park for a stay in Williams. Grand Canyon and Sedona are easy day trips.

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What a great park. Shaded, FHU, cable TV, WiFi, long pull thru sites. My 40' Class A with 18' attached trailer had more than enough space. Sites are a little close to other camp sites, but not intrusive enough to not intrude on your privacy. Camp host, is so friendly. He met us as we arrived and he took me on a preview tour in his golf cart prior to parking my rig. Roadways in park are gravel/dirt and are a little tight for a long rig. He had to remove some rocks bordering the roadway, but I was able to finally maneuver to my camp site. That's the only reason I didn't list a 10 on the review scale. When in the Pagosa Springs area, I will definitely stay here again.

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An excellent, clean, well-managed park. Check in and registration is performed by pleasant host. Escorted to your camp site. My site, H11, was long enough to accept my 40' Tiffin with my 18' enclosed trailer attached. RV'S are parked in an alternating direction so that you share a patio with a neighbor. Spaces are close together but not intrusive. FHU, 30/50A services are conveniently located. All sites are concrete and level. Picnic tables and grass patio also with some shade trees. Interior roadways are paved but a little narrow, but still navigatable. Convenient vehicle parking close by since no room for it at camp site. I would certainly camp here again.

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Quiet park at the foot of Sandia Mountains. Close to Albuquerque and surrounding areas. Host is friendly and accommodating. Applied weekly and military discounts to reduce rate. Level site with FHU 30/50A service. Site are gravel with grass patio and picnic table. Grill at site but fire restrictions prevent use. Campground is split with RV'S on one side and tenting on an opposite side. Gravel road entrance from paved roadway and gravel interior roads. Swings available for children. Pets permitted. My site was a pull thru accommodating my 40' Class A with my 18' trailer attached. I would stay here again.

     

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Eagle Resorts RV Park

Saginaw, Texas

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The "resort" in the park name is a misnomer!!! The park is gravel throughout, the grass was browned out, my site was not level. My site was an overflow site that accommodates long RV's with trailers. This resulted in my trailer that was still attached to my 40' Class A, to be partially blocking the host's carport. I worried the whole time that my trailer was going to receive damage from someone entering or leaving the carport. The back of the trailer was next to the roadway, so again, I worried about damage from others in the park. The sewer connection was uphill from my drain connection. My tanks did drain but the sewer hose still held fluid. I always drain black and use grey to clear and clean sewer hose, so at least no odor from hose. Site did have 50/30A service and water. No cable but OTA was available from Fort Worth. The park is predominately used by permanent residents. Most appeared to be working since the park was pretty empty during the day. With roadways and campsites gravel/dirt, the park is pretty dusty. There was one trailer in the back of the host's house that had a drain hose emptying to the ground, not a sewer connection. Isn't that a hazardous waste issue? The only reason I stayed at this park was it's proximity to Saginaw, a small suburb of Fort Worth. The host was very friendly and accommodated my needs. They came by as I prepared to leave on my scheduled day and thanked me for staying with them. Can't say enough good things about the hosts. The park however could use lots of TLC.

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Camping here at Pine Grove RV Park here in Greenwood, NE, a short distance from Omaha and Lincoln. Lots to see here. Campground is very nice. Plenty of space for my 40' Class A and my 18' trailer still attached. FHU, 30/50A, pull thru, gravel sites with a picnic table (and some sites have a fire pit). Grass patios separate neighbor sites with plenty of space between sites. Park provides Good Sam, FMCA and military discounts, and added my Good Sam and a military discount for a total of 30% off daily rate. Next to I-80, but I didn't hear much of that noise! Park is owned by a former Marine and the park is proud of any military service reflected in the many US flags surrounding the park!! Great parks for kids too with several playgrounds, an outdoor pool, with shuffle board and pickle/paddle court too. Easy check in and easy navigation around the park. I would certainly stay here again when in the area.

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Stayed at this campground because of the kid amenities offered (we had two grandkids staying with us for the week). All activities are hosted by a camp advisor. Such activities as slip and slide, pool, water games (balloons and sponges) with a large sling shot launcher, visit by a fire truck, art activities to make tie dye shirts and colorful spinning art pictures, panning for gems and artifacts at a mining water trough and movie night! Some of the activities are fee-based but most are free. Our campsite was a longpull-through with full hookups, 30/50 amp service, gravel and grass patio with a fire pit and picnic table. Easy registration, friendly office staff, escorted to our camp site. Sites were long enough to keep my 40' Class A connected to my 18' trailer with room to park my vehicle at the end of the camp site. Plenty of room between camp sites with hookup's centered in the site. Mote expensive than I would prefer, but the kid amenities were the attraction for me. That way, I didn't have to entertain my grandies 24/7!! The park is secure and staff are kid friendly. My grandies made friends easy as they participated in activities. I would stay only if I had my grandkids staying with me.

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A vast park with long term and overnight sites. Back in's and pull thru's. My site was long enough to fit my 40' Class A and my 18' trailer still attached. The site was not real level, but I was able to level my rig enough for my needs. Sites are shaded, FHU, 30/50A services. No cable. OTA signals from Kansas available though. My site was close to one of the lakes so that I could see the local geese wander from lake to grass each morning and evening. The pool is about the size of two large olympic-sized pools!!! It has a gradual slope into the pool mimicking a beach, but it is pool surface, not sand. The pool surround needs some upkeep performed, so you are not permitted on the sides to be able to dice into the 9 foot deep end of the pool. There is a fee of $2.00/person/day for use of the pool from 11AM to 7PM daily. There is a mini-golf course that is also fee-based for $5.00/pair of players. The mini-golf course needs some upkeep and maintenance also, but it was still fun to play! The condition of the park is a state of upkeep and in need of maintenance. The location is convenient to Kansas City amenities and the Royals stadium. I would stay here again if in the area. Sayid is the name of the host. He is very friendly but is overwhelmed with campground management. He escorts you to your camp site.