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Nice clean, newer park in the northern ski country of NM. No TV signal, but wifi works great with coverage throughout the park. All gravel park with level sites through out. Mixture of backing and pull throughs. Small stream runs through the park, horseshoes, and also a pond you can fish. Dollar general and small hardware store across the street. Cell service is poor for att and verizon.

     

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Haggard's RV Campground

Pueblo West, Colorado

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Great park not to far from I-25. Passport America and Escapees discount offered. 2 Days max on either. Friendly staff, clean campground and great wifi. Water does have a high mineral, but so do many southern properties with well water. Large dog park, and dog run around the campground. Great sunset views from the park, clean bathrooms, small pool, and a laundry room stocked with books and dvds. Not much shade yet, the owners have planted many trees.

     

Limon KOA

Limon, Colorado

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Typical KOA park. Sites are pretty close, gravel drives and sites. Sites were level, we were there in the off season so pull and clubhouse were closed. Cable works well, wifi works better than most koas. Park was understaffed, out site had tons of cig butts and dirty burn pit. Table at each site, dog park, and dog walk area. Bathrooms were clean, and laundry was nice with big folding table.

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Great clean city park, and value for the location. Park is about 3o minutes from denver, only 10 minutes to red rocks amphitheater. Close to major highways, restaurants, grocery stores, and shops. Electric only sites, although there is water spickets throughout the park, if you get lucky can just run a hose over and fill up your tank. Cell service worked great for At&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Sites are very large with fire pits and a picnic table. Tons of walking and biking trails surrounding the park A.so borders a golf course, which has a walking/biking path that runs through it.

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Simple city park, first night is free. 20/30/50 electric available. Most of the 50 amp hook ups are around the center island. Water pickets spread throughout, as well a dump and fill station. Bathrooms standard city park bathrooms, no doors on stalls. Gravel drive, some shade. Quite a few locals come to the park and fill up large water containers. Good for a overnight, not much to do around the town. Couple restaurants, bars, and a grocery store.

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Simple city owned park. Most sites have a table and fire pit, wood is a one time payment of $5. Unlimited through out your stay. Quite a few longterm units on the backside of property. Handful of noisy barky dogs, couple of them are left outside all day. There is a dog park inside the park, as well as disc golf, a lake, and a playground. Wifi will not stream but we were able to work, surf the web and send emails.

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Nice little park in the middle of longmont, CO. Nothing fancy about it, gravel roads and sites that are little tight. Bathhouse with separate showers. Lots of places and things to do with a mile or two. We were able to ride our bikes to grocery stores, restaurants, and the old main street area. About a 15 minute drive to Boulder. No wifi or cable.

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Nice clean park. Asphalt road leading into park, gravel roads after that. Concrete pads for the rig and a nice grass area with table and grill. Large mature trees spread throughout the park. Great park if you are traveling with kids, tons of amenities plus a lake with free paddleboat. Wifi is slooooow. Park tends to be full on the weekend, only about half full throughout the week. Tons of workers on the property for anything you need. Also has a small food truck that does pizza at night, and breakfast on the weekends.

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Nice clean park. Asphalt road leading into park, gravel roads after that. Concrete pads for the rig and a nice grass area with table and grill. Large mature trees spread throughout the park. Great park if you are traveling with kids, tons of amenities plus a lake with free paddleboat. Wifi is slooooow. Park tends to be full on the weekend, only about half full throughout the week. Tons of workers on the property for anything you need. Also has a small food truck that does pizza at night, and breakfast on the weekends.

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Newer park that is located right the river. We were there in the off season, but they do offer rafts for floating the river. No pool, wifi was average. Park is all gravel, with some long term residents. Not much to do in town, casper is also about 20 minutes away.

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More of a commercial type park, there is a pool and 2 bathhouses. Wifi worked for us, but was spotty couldn't access it the first day or two. Cable worked well, and the office plays movies on a couple channels throughout the day. All gravel throughout park, with some grass between the sites. Its a large park, with a lot of overnighters, so you will leave with a dusty rig. Sites were just long enough for a big rig only, although they do have overflow for parking. The widths are about average for large commercial type parks, there is a table and fire ring as well. No shade in the park as of now, seems to be a newer park that was built in a plane. Although the park has planted trees, they just aren't tall enough yet. Also this is a passport park, and will allow you to use it for unlimited nights.

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Great campground for the price. Some sites are gravel, some are grass. A few sites have a patio with a small roof over them. Also a restaurant/bar with great people, drinks, and food. Wifi worked well for the campground, we were the week after sturgis so the place was only about half full.

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This is quaint little place. Looks a little rough on the edges when pulling up. The office is in the house right as you come in. You can tell the owner cares about the park. It backs up to the Black Hills National forest, and there is a couple of private fishing ponds on the property. There are both pull-throughs and back-ins. The back-ins have shade, while the pull throughs do not. Not the prettiest park in the world, but the owner was out there working everyday to improve it. Picked up local channels with the antenna and internet was about average. Some of the spots are a bit quirky in the way they are designed for backing up. The owner helped us get the rig in perfectly without a hiccup.

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Nice park right off of 20 in Northern NE. Sites are level and flat with lots of shade trees. Gravel road surrounds the park, so its get a little duty. Full hookups, and WiFi that can stream all for under $25 a night at a weekly rate. No fire pits at site, but there is a large fire pit/picnic area and also a horseshoe area. Sites are pull-throughs and buddy sites.

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First time we have ever camped at a hotel/campground. Owners where a very nice younger couple, and fulfilled any requests we had. They take reservations, rate is $35 in summer $30 in winter. Cable works excellent, required to put down a $50 deposit for the box, remote, and the attachment for the wire. Sites are level with gravel, some nice shade trees throughout the park. We have a 38 ft 5er and 2 two vehicles, with plenty of room to spare.