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This is a no frills park. An Escapees co-op park. It it mostly populated long term by oil field workers (an Escapee worker told us it's their only park that makes money all year long, thanks to oil workers). We stayed on a Saturday night and it was quiet enough. We were parked a couple hundred yards from an oil rig but couldn't hear it with doors closed. We got a 50amp FHU but many are 30A. Check in was friendly and efficient. We had only called a couple hours ahead to see about a space. No warm and fuzzies here, or pools, spas and the like. Not a resort by any stretch, but was an ok place to stay while passing through headed east. Water pressure was good. I believe there was Tengo Net wifi but we didn't purchase it. Our VZW jet pack was getting 4 bars LTE.

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This is a simple park. No pool or spa, but did have a nice clubhouse and very level sites. It's more or less a parking lot and was close but not bad. Satellite service was fine. Water pressure was good and electrical was good. We had a FHU pull through and left our tow vehicle attached overnight which was convenient as we were passing through heading east on I-10. The manager was super friendly and helpful and offered assistance anytime if needed (just call him). We would absolutely stop here again passing through. They also offered a reasonable monthly rate of $150. VZW was strong 4-5 bars LTE, and the free wifi was very good.

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We went here on the suggestion of some friends and didn't have a reservation (strongly suggested, especially if you want electrical). This is such a cool place, it's worth the 30 mile ride from Deming. We called on a whim and got an electrical spot for night(There's about a dozen or so, some reservable, some 1st come 1st served). VZW service was 2-3 bars LTE. Water pressure was good.

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Checkin was ok but they shorted us a day when we asked to arrive a day early then called us on the last day and almost implied we were dead beats over the phone. I had to go back and show them we had actually reserved another day and got no apology at all. Not what I would expect from Escapees. Park was ok. Dated a bit and RV area is really a dirt parking lot. It's a huge park and has full blown houses and RV casitas in year round areas. We walked around and got some free grapefruit, oranges and lemons folks left by the road in "free" boxes, very nice. While certainly not the nicest park we've been in, would stay again if in the area. No wifi on sites, VZW jet pack worked well with 3-4 bars LTE. Water pressure was fine.

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Very nice checkin and also helpful staff at the activity center. Unfortunately pool was closed and so was jacuzzi. Our site was a "2 rig site", meaning a"double" pull thru where 2 rigs face apposite directions and share a power pole & water/sewer area. Our slides on that side were about 3' from the neighbor's rig. Thankfully, we had a quiet neighbor for our 5 day stay.

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We stayed here a week after boondocking several days during the big gathering in the desert. Made reservation months earlier with the new owner who was great and very friendly/helpful during our stay, even coming by to ask if there was anything we needed. Water pressure was good. I used the free car wash facility which was nice. Free wifi was mediocre at best, which is a shame as te owner said he had (2) 25GB legs coming in but I think they weren't configured right, my tests never saw better than 1MB down and .5up. VZW was 4-5 bars LTE but towers overworked during Quartzsite RV event. Would stay here again if in the area.

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This is a nice park off Rt 60 in Gold Canyon with beautiful views of the Superstition Mountains. We were put in the "transient area" as this is really about selling sites for year-round use. The transient area was nice and sites were fairly spacious, but hookups were all at the rear and needed a sewer extension to reach the hookup. We clearly were treated as second class at registration and the woman almost couldn't be bothered to explain anything to us when she knew we were only staying 3 days. Free wifi was not very reliable and quite slow most of the time. NO cable TV despite giving you a channel guide in the welcome packet but when I called to ask, the woman was very rude and let me know it was only for seasonals when I asked why a cable guide in the packet if no cable. I would not stay here without the PPA rate. No picnic table at site. VZW cell had 3-4 bars LTE and broadcast TV picked up over 40 channels when pointed at PHX. Good water pressure. The site pretty level.

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Arrived on New Years day. No one at registration but a number to call got someone there quickly and they escorted us to a site along the road (Rt 88) which was busy and noisy. TT members get the lowest quality sites along the road and it was very tight backing in. Even the front entrance was a tight turn and a tight right-left combo at registration. Long class A's would do well to unhook prior to entering and have spouse drive vehicle in. Just prior to my arrival, a 5th wheeler had cleaned off the whole side of a car in a tight turn. It had rained that morning and the site was muddy. Water is hard and lots of minerals, woman who took us to site told us not to drink the water (no smell or anything). VZW was good thankfully as no free wifi or cable, but TV reception great (40+ channels), just point towards PHX. Nice amenities and people were friendly. TT was "free" but $4/day "resort fee". Very active golf community and was contacted by an onsite jeep club that has regular outings too. Sites were really close which is typical for the area and we were between 2 seasonal members, one of which was a permanent residence. But seasonals were well kept and free of clutter.

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Stayed 2 nights while on way to AZ and visited White Sands from here. Easy check in, good level site, water electric and cable tv all good. Free Wifi was not bad.

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This is a nice little park. We had a pull thru and were just passing through for 1 night. The service was great and they were very courteous and helpful. They have a small diner onsite with limited but good menu and we enjoyed a good dinner meal there without having to unhook the jeep. Power and water were good. VZW cell service was 2-3 bars LTE. We didn't try our broadcast antenna but the park Wifi was decent.

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This is a very nice park with a couple minor caveats. As others mentioned, it's close to a military base with F16's and F22's doing a lot of pattern work during the day. Also the whole 2 day a week trash thing with no dumpsters available at all. They were supposed to come on thursday so we put trash out and they didn't come, but the birds did and made quite a mess we had to clean up so we had to take our trash to a gas station while fueling the jeep. Other than that this place is neat as a pin, beautiful pool and hot tub, many other amenities and lots of activities. We were on a "deluxe" site which included cable and decent wifi. The cable is a box though which I had to connect outside but the remote was only infra red so I had to step outside to change channels. Water pressure was good and electric was steady at around 120vac. They lead me to the site and helped me back in. There was a small palm tree on the corner, but really was no problem backing in and site was crushed stone with a nice large cement patio. The hookups however were all at the rear (except sewer which was on the drivers side 3/4 of the way back). Water hose did reach but needed my 50amp ext cord for the electrical hookup or it would not have reached. I guess that works ok for 5th wheels and TT's? There are citrus trees all around and you are able to pick fruit from any non-permanent resident site. Front gate has security during day and secure combination access after hours. I really didn't find the jets annoying but many obviously do, but the 2 day a week trash thing was very annoying... there are some things you just don't want sitting in your rig 2-3 days waiting for trash (especially when they don't pick it up on the assigned day as I experienced). Beautiful facility with nice amenities and very friendly staff. VZW cell had 4 bars LTE.

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This is a very nice park. Close to I-10 but road noise wasn't bad. A little pricey but good service, full cement pad and patio, pretty good free wifi and 36 channels of free cable. Cell was 2-3 bars LTE on VZW. Place was very nicely decorated for Christmas. Good water pressure and 2 water hookups was nice. Rented a DSL modem so wife could work for a $2/day (just in case wifi clogged up). worked well.

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This was a delightful stay. Clean as a pin, friendly, helpful staff. We got a nice river front site (50amp). They did tell us they had flooded 3 times in the past 18 months. We didn't use but did inspect the pool and jacuzzi which were clean and nice. They had an ice cream social while we were there. Many deer roam the facility and we picked wild pecans around our rig. We had a good cell signal with 3-4 bars LTE on VZW. No wifi available. No cable but did get a few broadcast stations on our crank up antenna. We'll absolutely come back here.

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Staff friendly and helpful. Asked for drivers license and TT membership card at checkin (had never been asked for either before). We were in section L on 50amp which they did charge $3/day for. They had a nice turkey dinner on Thanksgiving for $9/ea. Park is dated and mostly 30amp. We were in section L near the water tower which ironically had very low water pressure so we filled our tank and used our pump for better pressure. Problem solved. Many deer around and they will come up to feed if you pickup a $2 bag of corn at the local hardware store. Interior roads could use some trimming here and there. A few low branches could hit the rig if you don't pay close attention. Cell service was 5 bars LTE on VZW. No wifi at all available. Wifi at activity center was unusable.

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This was a stopping point on our way west. Several miles off I-10 on some narrow roads. Told owner we were 65' with tow vehicle and wanted a pull through that we could keep our jeep hooked up overnight and he said no problem.There were only a few pull throughs and we took the largest (#7) and were really too big for it but it's a small quiet park with mostly workers/seasonals staying there. No one there when we arrived, called owner on cell and he said to park where ever we wanted and he would come by. He never came by and wasn't there by the time we pulled out at 9am the next day so we left our money in an envelope for him. Called him a 2nd time the night we arrived about advertised wifi for password and he said "Oh, it's out for a few days". No cable either but we got over 40 broadcast channels on HD antenna. We did call him telling him we'd left the money in an envelope and where it was when we left and never got a return call or thank you. Won't rush back to this place.