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We only stayed one night to visit a friend in the area. Staff was very friendly and very helpful. Our site was level and had a picnic table and the huge trees provided shade. If in the area again we would stay here.

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For space roominess, accessibility and cleanliness this was the BEST park of the many we stopped at on our 21 state trip this spring. Although new so trees are not yet developed, the spaces are huge and plenty long for our 5th Wheel and truck. The sites are very level - gravel with lush grass on either side and a nice patio with convertible table/bench. Dog walks were clean and nice and we were able to let the dogs run after balls out on the huge activity field since it wasn't in use. We will definitely be back!!!

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Nice quiet park right on the Spokane River. No pool, but they have a small beach on the river. The pull through was just long enough to accommodate our 35' 5th Wheel and truck. Sights and most roads are gravel but there was room to maneuver. Pet areas were nice and there are a lot of open green spaces. It rained while there so there were some puddles, but they didn't seem too bad. We stayed to visit family in CDA. We would stay here again.

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The park is right on the river with beautiful views of the mountains. All sights have grass and picnic table. The dog runs are big, open & clean. The staff is ultra friendly and guide you to your space. There was room for our 5th Wheel and truck on a level gravel pull through. The Ice Cream Social each evening around the campfire was fun and a chance to "socialize" with the other campers. The laundry room was very clean. There's no pool, but Yellowstone NP is only a ½ hour away as well as other outdoor activities in the area. We already plan on coming back to this park. Can't find anything negative about it.

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May go down as the worst park we've ever stayed in. The pictures on Good Sam are not what you get. Those nice looking spaces are for the permanent campers. What you get is a shared side by side space with another RV that puts you way too close for comfort between RVs on either side. We had to pull our 5th Wheel all the way to the front of our space in order to reach all connections and then park in back of it, and as close as possible in order to fit. It was so bad and so cramped we left after just one night, even though we had booked two. Other campers did the same. We had to BACK out of our space because there was not enough clearance between the tree and other vehicles. The motorhome one space over had to do the same to get out. Way way over priced. Although the staff was friendly and they have nice green areas around the perimeter, we would Never stay here again.

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Very nice and very shady RV park, lots of trees!!! This was an absolute plus because it was so hot and relatively humid during our stay. The owner are so nice and were even helpful in mapping out the best route to our next stops in the Badlands and the Black Hills. Very pet friendly too. Our stop here was to visit the Corn Palace and other are sights. We would stay here again.

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Most of the sites were closed for repair prior to the Memorial Day weekend so we were in the lower very open sites closest to the interstate. Lots of grass and open spaces in this lower section (8-10 sites) but no trees or shade. Pull through the sites are easy to get in to and relatively level. Down side was the hwy noise all night and the noise from the animals in the on-site barnyard. I'm guessing the roosters started crowing, the ducks quacking like crazy and the donkeys braing starting at 2:30am (probably because of the high intensity yard lights they probably thought it was morning) were more than we could sleep through. Probably the upper part of the park, that was closed at the time, is much nicer and quieter. We stayed here to visit Mammoth Caves and the Abraham Lincoln birthplace and childhood home parks. We might stay again if we could stay in the upper section.

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We LOVED this park! Our favorite so far on this trip. The sites have plenty of space, both length and width. There are a lot of trees that give a nice woodsy feeling. The hosts/owners were very friendly and definitely take pride in their park. It was emasculate even in the long term spots. They are upgrading their premium sites with nice patios, tables & chairs and grills. Not sure what the rate for those is, however. Our site included a picnic table and grill with plenty of room. The sites are gravel and mostly level. We would absolutely stay here again.

     

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Fort Amarillo RV Resort

Amarillo, Texas

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The sites are level, quite long and plenty wide and each site has a small fence on each side. It was very easy to pull into and out of. We liked the park, except it seemed like about half or more of the sites were permanent long term campers. The park facades, buildings site fences and duck pond really need a good coat of paint as everything is looking run down. We would probably stay again if in the area, although some improvements to bring the park back to it's brochure look would be nice.

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We were not initially impressed as we pulled in to the park and considered staying only one night instead of the two we booked, but after we pulled into our site and got set up we started feeling differently. Then we took our dogs for a walk on their very long dog trail, and changed our mind. As others have mentioned, the sites are level and the cement patios with picnic tables or table & chairs are large. TV worked well. We never use WiFi as we have our own hot spot. The park sits on top of a bluff with nice views of the mountains and makes it feel secluded. We would stay here again.

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We only stayed one night, but liked the park and our dogs loved having grass to walk and lie on. A park host leads you to your space and helps get you lined up properly, which was helpful because the spaces are a bit narrow. The only downside was the freeway noise, but it was cool enough at night we slept with our unit closed up so that kept out most of the noise. I think spaces further back in the park would be quieter (spaces 128-186). We would stay here again.

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Loved this park! Our space backed up to the grass area bordered by huge trees and a path that leads to the creek. They are strict with their rules, but grounds are very clean with no dog messes anywhere and it is quiet at night - no rowdies - as a result. There are restaurants, etc within walking distance too and close to downtown Sedona. They do book up well in advance for certain times of the year so you do have to plan ahead to stay there, but well worth the planning. We stayed only three nights and do plan on coming back. Spaces are gravel with cement patios. Our space included a picnic table w/benches and two chairs. As soon as a unit pulls out the grounds keeper is there to rake and clean the space for the next RV to pull in. Again, we loved the park and area and will come back.

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We stopped overnight. First time here and we really liked the level sites and the privacy created by the oleanders and trees between each site. The one downside was getting here. The address is listed as 5300 Route 66, but GPS puts you about a ½ mile away. It turns out Route 66 here also has another street name. At any rate, we found it and would stay here again.