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Review Count: 6
States Visited: 3
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Ghost Mountain Ranch, Pollock Pines, California

Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $10.00
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We are in a 40' motor home with an internet satellite rooftop system. The 3 mile access road is essentially a narrow, tree-lined one-way road with many potholes. The park is poorly laid out with all sites in trees, thus not usable by us. We ended up dry-camping one night in their ghost town parking lot. People camping here that we talked to said power is low voltage and irregular. Water pressure low. There is a dump station which is difficult for a big rig to access. Sorry but this is not a big-rig friendly place and we will not return!! We camped at Ghost Mountain Ranch in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 6
States Visited: 3
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Hidden Valley Ranch, Deming, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2007 - $6.00
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If it weren't for the 7 mile VERY dusty road in and out, this would be rated an 8. Once there we enjoyed the 4-wheeling in our Jeep and the birds, other wildlife and Indian/Army history. If you like remoteness, dust (and not being allowed to wash rig or toad), limited cell service, then this is a great spot!! We camped at Hidden Valley Ranch in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 3
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Edgington RV Park, Alamogordo, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2007 - $8.00
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Rate we paid does not include electricity. Very good park run by owner/manager, who is most attentive and available. He has just opened new big-rig site area with 50 amp and water - but no sewer. Washing rig/toad permitted - water extremely hard. There is an older section with much smaller sites, trees, full-hookups and a pond where rates may be different (higher?). We camped at Edgington RV Park in a Motorhome.

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States Visited: 3
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High Desert RV Park, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2007 - $15.00
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The rate we paid was for 13 days including electric which they charge extra for if you are on their weekly rate. Excellent relatively new RV park - wide, level sites, no trees. Very good manager. Only negatives for us were washing rig/toad not allowed; noise (24-hrs-a-day trucks/traffic on nearby I-40); and smell of septic field at the rear of park. RV park is located on top of mesa and is very exposed. If it's windy - it's really windy!! We camped at High Desert RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 6
States Visited: 3
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Desert Trails RV Park (40+ park), Tucson, Arizona

Date of Stay: February, 2007 - $19.00
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Great park - quiet, close to things to see/do. Has fantastic walking trails adjacent to park. Fabulous sunsets!! Sites are narrow and it's a bit tricky getting in and out of park with a 40' motor home and toad. Waterpark closed permanently but is haven for owls and other birds. We camped at Desert Trails RV Park (40+ park) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 6
States Visited: 3
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Quail Ridge RV Resort , Huachuca City, Arizona

Date of Stay: February, 2007 - $6.00
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This ia a "member only" RV park (AOR), and is our "home park". Big sites, small trees which facilitate hanging bird feeders. WiFi and washing rig/toad cost extra. Well-run, clean park. New, very large expansion is in process of completion. We camped at Quail Ridge RV Resort in a Motorhome.

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