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Fairmont RV Park

Anaconda, Montana

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We stumbled on this RV park on our way to Whitefish, MT. Being mid-May, the park is very quiet and the wifi is very good, fast. We checked in on Mother's Day and I was given a lavendar rose by the owner. The bonus here, that we wouldn't have known about if he hadn't mentioned it, is the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort right next door. Wonderful!

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We stayed at Fool Hollow Lake for a week. While we didn'find much to love about the Show Low/Pinetop/Lakeside area, we LOVE Fool Hollow. We used the time to kick back and relax. The campsite was spacious, shaded, and well separated from the sites on either side. There is a nice lakeside trail along the lake. Being right in town is a plus. The road leading to the park is a little rough, but nothing to worry about. Just annoying. We would definitely stay at Fool Hollow again.

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We enjoyed our stay in the park. Very friendly staff, and campers, while we were here. Large, level gravel pads and paved main roads. Stayed for a week. Amenities closed for the season, but looked nice. Nice gift shop attached, with some camping and grocery supplies, but also books, souveniers and gifts from the Southwest and Route 66. Dog friendly. We would stay again.

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Pros: Really good wifi, clean park, nice shady hiking trail around the back of the park, quiet, staff was friendly and helpful Cons: The space we were in was barely wide enough for our three slides. Bushes touched the windows on both sides. The picnic table was placed in a space in the bushes between campsites, not at all usable. We checked out the laundry machines but they are very old and a wash is $3 per load. Roads in most of the park are not at all flat or smooth. This park reminds me more of backwoods forest service campground. The sites are good for tents, but it would be difficult to park RVs in any of the spots without a lot of leveling. We felt the daily rate for this park was pretty stiff for what we got. True, it is rather close to Santa Fe, and we know the lack of parks and demand in the area determines the price, but it was still pricey. The one redeeming factor was the speed and reliability of the internet which made up for the lack of outdoor space.

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This is a no frills park, but it suited our needs just fine. There are no amenities (showers, restrooms, laundry, pool) but the location in the small town of Aztec, about a half mile from the Aztec Ruins National Monument, was perfect. The sites are spacious and there are lots of trees and grass. The parking pads are on gravel and mostly level. About half the park has permanent RVs with well maintained spaces. Aztec is about 10 miles from Farmington, NM, a much larger community with all the big city amenities one would need. We only paid $20 a night for a space. Even though we stayed for a week, the price was still $20 a night. We aren't complaining. We have paid more than that for a state park campsite with no water or sewer. There was no picnic table or fire pit, but again, we didn't need them. Wish we would have had a site with one of the huge trees, but we were on the end of a row and had full sun in the mid-to-late afternoon, which chased us inside. Until that time, we had enough shade from the trailer and awnings to be able to be outside. The wifi was excellent all week, although it would get sluggish in the early evening when people were getting home from work. We will definitely stay here again if we are in the area.