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The grounds were immaculate. They have activities on the weekends. We had a pull-through site that was big enough for our rig, with room for our car. When we had a hard rain and found ourselves in a mud hole, told the office and within the hour had two loads of gravel on our site, which we thought was excellent. The campground has changed hands and the new owners are making many improvements which are very evident. The restrooms and showers are tiled and updated, very nice. We would definitely return when in the area. The price is for 50 amp with ROD.

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This is a basic park with dusty gravel roads and not much going on during the summer (too hot). They do have weekly activities during the winter months. There are lots of sticky fox tail weeds so pet owners need to be mindful of that.

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Sites were very close together as this was built in the 80s. Sites were all back in at 38' max but they have several "pull-through" sites that are two back-ins back to back. Only trouble with them is the two sites are on different levels so we were very unlevel with the motorhome being one level and the trailer on a higher level. We had to ask the fellow across the street to move his truck so we could leave. The staff was very friendly and most accommodating as we had to change our reservations twice due to unforeseen circumstances. We would probably not stay again.

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The entrance to the H section of the park has been made wider for easier access for big rigs. There are new improvements to the pool and the pool clubhouse making them more enjoyable. This is a 'first come, first served' campground and many of the nicer sites are now long term leased sites so are no longer available to the regular camper. It is still a nice campground and one of our favorites because it is off the beaten path, no trains and rarely any planes overhead so it is very quiet. In C section at night you can hear the small waterfall located on the Verde river not too far from the camp.

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About five months ago this park was purchased by a local businessman and he has made some nice upgrades to the clubhouse and laundry area. It is close to the off ramp of I-40 but far enough away from the interstate that noise was not an issue unless you are in a tent. The back in sites seem to be long term tenants but the pull thru sites are easy in-out for over nighters. We felt safe, spend two nights and would return if in the area again.

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We visited on a two night 'trial.' The place is very well maintained and everyone we met was very friendly and helpful. The pool is indoors and quite large, but a long way from the campsites. They have a playground for kids and we enjoyed the miniature golf course which has a western theme. They also have free horseback rides (10 horses) which you have to sign up for in advance. (No spots were open for us since we were here only three days.) The park is HUGE (900 acres) and very quiet with no trains or traffic noise. (Always a plus!) We would definitely stay here again.

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We spent one night here under Passport America. It is a small park but we did enjoy ourselves. They have a natural fed hot springs pool that guests can utilize free of charge. We found the hot 'pool' very relaxing. The staff was very nice and in the morning when we left, the camp host came by to thank us for staying. We would definitely stay here again.

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Some nice improvements since we were here two years ago (clubhouse upgraded and more gravel on sites). Good for an overnight as it is very convenient to I-80 and since we go up 95 we have to get off I-80 anyway. Rate is for Passport America.

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Good for an overnight stop. Close to I-80 but has a train that goes by every 30 minutes or so but we were too tired to notice after the fourth or fifth one. Owner very friendly and accommodating. Rate reflects Passport America ($12.50).

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We camped under ROD so paid for 50 amp only. It is a membership park and we felt welcomed and 'like family' from start to finish. Everyone was very friendly and the staff even checked after a day or so to see if everything was alright. I gave it a 9 because of the dust on the roads and suggested to them, they might want to use pine oil to keep the dust down (environmentally friendly). It is off the main road so is quiet and we enjoyed walking along the rivers (there are three). We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a new membership campground for Resorts of Distinction and we only paid for 50amp each night. The water pressure was very low and we used our pump most of the time. The big rigs are put on the top where there are no trees but getting there was like threading a needle getting through the trees in the lower area. One fellow had to move his truck so we could maneuver around the trees to get out. It would be nice if the park cut several of the trees that make it too close to maneuver: there are big gouges in many trees where rigs have hit the trees turning corners. Since this park is close to Colorado Springs and all the exciting things to see in the area, it makes a good 'base camp' and we would probably stay here again when we are in the area.

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The staff was very helpful and we were escorted to our site. When the tree next to our site had branches hanging too low the fellow who escorted us immediately went to get a tree trimmer and came back and trimmed the tree. The pull-through sites are a bit close (two feet separated our slide-out and the next door neighbor's slide-out) and share adjoining utilities; and if the park were full, it would be very difficult for big rigs to exit. While we don't have a dog, the fenced dog run was the biggest we have seen and very nice. The roads are dirt but they water them frequently to keep the dust down which was nice. The power and water pressure were adequate. We stayed under Passport America for five nights and Good Sam for one night so the price was the average per night.

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The fee is for the Passport America rate. The sites are all pull through and we had no trouble leveling. The water seemed soft and the wifi worked well. This is an overnight park although they have lots of interesting animals to view and a really nice playground/kid's area. The staff was pleasant and helpful. We would stay here again.

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Contrary to other reviews, we found the lady in the office very friendly and helpful. This is basically an overnight campground and it worked well for that. We enjoyed seeing antelope on the hill near the campground 'playing' the morning we left. We were surprised they were so close to civilization. The wifi worked very well. There is a pool but it hasn't had water in it for a long time! We would stay here again.

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This is a small campground and well cared for. They had just put down fresh gravel and the grass between each site had no weeds. When our slide hit some of the branches in the pine tree, I asked if we could trim it and they said 'yes'. I decided to 'check out' the restrooms and I was awestruck they were so nice! They were clean, all tile and huge for such a small campground-the very nicest we have seen in our full time travels of six years! We would definitely stay here again.