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Relatively close to Yosemite and the historic gold country. We stayed her for a rally, and the owners had promised to put us all in one loop. Nope, didn't do that but at least we were all in the same upper campground (they have a lower one also). Laundry was good with relatively inexpensive washers and dryers. The dryer actually got my clothes dry! Many sites are shady and we weren't able to get satellite the entire time. That wouldn't have been so bad if the promised cable was working, but it hadn't been taken out by a lightning storm. They use a so-so Tengo internet which randomly would drop out then come back. Again this wouldn't have been so bad but there was no Verizon data service in the campground. This might sound like a poor review, but this is actually the best you can get in the area. They know they have a good thing going with almost full campground most of the time since it is a full hookup not far from Yosemite. The roads were fine for our truck/trailer combo, but some Class As had to do careful maneuvering.

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Nice campground right off the highway. Some road noise until nightfall, then not much. It is in a high desert so not many trees or much grass, but there is some of both. Very nice setup for tent campers including a grassy spot for the tent and a camper's sink. The site they first assigned us was full southern sun on a hot day, but they quickly accommodated us when we requested moving to another site. Hookups were well placed. It looks like these folks are rehabbing an older campground and ding a good job at it.

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I am comparing this to other National Forest sites, not to a RV resort. Spacious, well separated sites with asphalt driveways and interior roads. Absolutely lovely. There was a lot of road noise, but we were near the road though sheltered from view by trees.

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Big gravel parking lot but with full hookups. The sites are narrow and back to back. We had trouble parking the pickup in front of the trailer since the site was narrow; there certainly wasn't room in front or back. However it is easy to get to and relatively inexpensive.

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Very clean, big sites. Standard southern New Mexico campground with lots of gravel, but they have a few trees and the spot is very clean. Lordsburg is a dump, so this is your only option for anything decent.

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We stayed at the Lake Alice campground, the smaller of the two campgrounds. Lovely area but sites were small and roads are narrow. There was a 40' Class A in there, but it must have been interesting! Officially we stayed in a full hookups site, but there was a boil order for the water so we didn't use it. There was no cell service.

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This is an older park that is showing its age. It has lots of trees, gravel sites, and is very convenient to I-80. There is traffic noise, but that kind of goes with the convenience. The rate was a special winter rate including tax; no other discounts are given. There was central water but no water to the individual sites this time of year. Electricity and wifi were good. A nice spot for a night, but not a destination place.

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We were here off-season so the cost was very low. The flush toilets and showers were not available, but our site had water at a freezeproof faucet. We arrived on. Tuesday, and we had the campground to ourselves both nights we were here. The electric sites were roomy, and the tent sites (no electricity) were smaller but still well kept. The park is in the Loess Hills, ancient hills from previous variations in the Missouri River's path (the current river is about 5 miles away). There is a nice playground and a small lake that looks nice for,fishing. There are also a number of cabins. I am sure this is a very busy site in summer, but it was perfect for a couple of nights while we were traveling.

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Mostly empty when we stayed here midweek in October. There are two loops, one with 50 amps and full hookups and another with 30 amps and water (no sewer). We stayed in the simpler, cheaper, and older loop. Lots of trees here must help with the brutal Oklahoma summers, but the trees are not trimmed well. Look before you park! A major train line is not far away so you hear the horns multiple times a night.

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Very nice park with relatively large sites and great views. The park is very clean and well kept. We had a lake side campsite with wonderful views of the sunset of Grand Lake. We had a pull through, but many sites were back ins. The park can accommodate large rigs.

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This is an older park with lovely trees, big sites, and lots of grass. The interior roads are narrow enough that you have to keep your concentration up, but they are doable. We have been here 4 times and never been disappointed. Yes, it is a bit expensive, but it is close to the Renaisance Faire, our reason for visiting. They also have a huge indoor pool that is even heated, a big plus for the family we were camping with. Nice playground too. The Internet was actually usable most of the time!

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Great place with roomy sites. The front loop has full hookups and mostly pull through sites that can handle big rigs. Concrete patios with picnic tables and fire pits. The back loop is older with only a few sites having electricity but costs less. Lots of room between sites and an outstanding playground for the kids.

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A hidden gem 30 miles south of Bozeman about a mile off hwy 191. Scenic and quiet is what you get at this class Forst Service campground. It has sites that are in shade part of the day, but the sun peaks through too. All the sites are next to Swan Creek which will sing you to sleep each night. We had a 30' rig (tip to tail) and had no problems with out site, but I wouldn't recommend anything much bigger. Dry camping, no cell service at all, but a gorgeous place to recharge. Campground host kept the sites very clean. Note the road in is a one lane gravel with pullouts.

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An older park run by the owner. When we arrived at 2:30 one afternoon, we were the third unit in the park. It was 2/3 full at night though since it is a convenient overnight spot. The age shows, but it is right on the river with trout fishing! We saw drift boats and kayaks float by each morning. No internet that worked, no cable, no over the air television. It is convenient though.

     

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Southside RV Park

Dillon, Montana

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The campground is clean, quiet, and fairly spacious. We had intended on staying at the KOA but they were full so we ended up here. We liked it much better. The KOA is the one to go to if you need a pool, cable, or a playground, but if you like a quieter place, head to Soutside. Most of the sites, including ours, were shady and cool, but some were open and would be better for satellites. There was no cable, and there was only one network channel available over the air. We will definitely return when in the area.