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130,000 miles rving since 2004. Fulltiming since 2010.

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It is tight and some sites will not have satellite do to, believe it or not, trees or the banks surrounding you. The front desk was helpful and pleasant but the sites are tight and at some your neighbors multiple vehicles and ATVs will make it even tighter. I just got the feeling they were not looking for big rig transients but rather long term guest who were there to use the ATV trails. I might stay again but would depend on the site. We had site 155 and it might be the biggest in the park, and it was comfortable, but your sat dish has to be forward or it will not work Our friends had another and it was very tight.

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Almost a perfect overnight/short stay park. Wide roads and well angled pull thru's. It would be nice if they could mark where the forward pull point is. It is hard to tell if you are ahead to far or not enough. If it had black top/concrete sites it would be a ten.

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Nice park. We were in the newer pull through area and found it easy to get in and out and big enough for a 45 ft MH and toad. Sites are gravel and level.

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New owners. They are very knowledgeable about the area and really want your time in the area to be enjoyable. Then there is the park. It is big enough for my 45 ft MH and toad but the park is looking tired and it has some long time renters but their rigs are OK. If full the nice wide turns might not be so wide and easy as the roads are somewhat narrow. I would stay again and use as a base for touring.

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As noted this is 2 parks. The resort is very plush with wide spaces. the campground is a little less so. You are on crushed stone and the sites fit a 45 ft MH but your car has to park sideways in the front or back of your rig. This is OK but the alleyways are not overly wide so the issue is how easy is it to get in or out of the site with your coach. We disconnected prior to going to the site and connected up after leaving the park on the entrance road just to avoid any problems. Other than the size issues the park was nice and handy to use as a base camp.

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We were the last group before the winter closing and a stated rebuild. Hope they do, as many sites had badly wired electric. Some had no water. To put it nicely, this place was a mess. The sites were pull thru's on dirt but they were easy in and out and somewhat level. The road from the office/old restaurant/parking lot to the rv parking is short but steep and very rutted. Hopefully that will also get fixed.

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You are in a forest and they are the only rv park with full hook ups. Though not all sites have full hook ups, nor will many of you be able to use the satellite dish, do to the trees. You are on a dusty, dirt surface so I think it could probably get slippery in the rain. We had a big pine on our full-wall slide side, but by moving around we leveled, and all slides missed the 4 trees around us. We were part of a rally so no idea of cost.

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Paved roads and sites. The side by side pull thru's are not my favorite but that is the only complaint. They make the site feel tight on the drivers side but the passanger side is very spacious. Site was level and all worked as it was supposed to. We even had internet.

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It is old and it is tight. We were here for a rally and getting 20, 45ft MH's in was tight. Most of us had to put our cars in strange angles to be able to leave the roads clear. No complaints with the view from the front of the park, or its closeness to Monument Valley. Just a case of coaches getting larger and no room to expand. My site was level. We were on a rally so no idea of cost.

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On gravel, the site was level and all hook ups worked. Roads could be wider and a little more turning radius by the office. All in all a nice park located very near Mesa Verde. We were here for a rally so have no idea of the rate.

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We were here on a rally so no idea of cost. Park is being rehabbed. The sites are gravel as are the roads. The site was easy to get into and out of. The reason for the low number is that it looked like all the site work had been done. If that is the case, then many sites need to be redone as they are very unlevel. The worst was: the rear was below the front, thus always having the potential to be a safety hazard, as your rear wheels are the brake on most motorhomes.

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We had a pull through and found site to be level and well set up. We were on gravel. It does show that much work has been done, to either fix it up or keep it up.

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It is located behind a family's house and you drive in by the house to get to it. The whole park is covered by a large form of crushed stone and quite thick. This means if you use a walker or powered cart it can be a little tough to get around. Your dog might not like it also. The set up is easy for small rigs but a big rig with a car may have an interesting path to get to your site. We had to go through a site and take a left go down the line and take another left and come back up to our site. It was do able but just interesting. Leaving was easy the next day as we were pointed in the direction of the exit. I would stay again.

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It has concrete sites and is an older park so it can be tight for a big rig pulling a car. But it is an OK to good overnighter. The long term residents seem to keep their rigs neat and their cars out of the roads. I would stay again if in the area.

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This is a park that really caters to families and they do a good job. If you have a newer large motorhome they have a rally field and some pull thrus that will accommodate you. Our site was a pull thru in the trees, but had a hole where could get a satellite signal. Not all sites, except the rally field, will be so lucky. Sites and roads are gravel/sandy. I enjoyed my stay and found the park to be easier to maneuver in than I expected. Signs to assist you to your sites location would be helpful.