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It's been just over two years since we've stayed here, but the improvements since then are impressive. The previous messy permanents are gone. Remaining long term residents have cleaned up most of their unsightly belongings. Work to clean up fencing, stray tree branches, etc., is obvious. Most sites now have picnic tables! Rules are much more specific and logical, and seemingly well enforced. Mostly level gravel campsites, convenient and reliable utilities. We stay here because a family member lives close by, but now we are happier to be here because of the changes. We'll be back.

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Level park with decent gravel roads. Utilities seemed reliable and are conveniently located. Not much shade. Each site has a picnic table. Bulletin board says there is new ownership and name of park is (will?) be changed to "Cowboy RV." There was essentially no service, per se, you fill out an envelope, put the cash in it and slip it into a slot in the building. We arrived before 5PM. Although the regular rate is advertised at $40 per night, the Passport America (PA) rate is not half of that, but is $25 instead. PA website page for this property says the discounted nightly rate is $20. Seems like a trick, of sorts, once you arrive at this park. Park is okay, but maybe business practice need to improve.

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No utilities and no dump station, but a very nice National Park first-come first-serve campground. Beautiful scenery, right at one of the park's trailhead, the one to Guadalupe Peak, the tallest point in Texas. Easy self-registration process. Has a 20 site tent section (nice tent pads) and a 19 site RV section (a parking lot).

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Super concrete pads, nice asphalt roads, site was level, utilities reliable and convenient. Staff was very pleasant and accommodating. The place is an unexpected gem.

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Not a fancy place, but certainly a good place for the price. Registration is in the store on the property and the lady was helpful, pleasant and professional. Utilities are conveniently located, roads are gravel but in great condition, wifi is free and pretty good. It's obvious the owner is working to turn this park into an even nicer place. Fun to see the trains go zinging by (no crossing near, so no whistles).

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Quite compact park, but well maintained. Service was stellar! Couple who manages the place is pleasant and very helpful. Utilities were convenient and reliable. . Lots of shade, good gravel road surfaces.

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Okay for an inexpensive overnight stay, I guess, but might not be the place for you if you're particular. We only connected to electric and it was conveniently located and reliable. Site was level. Didn't notice any highway noise, but permanent resident dog noise was annoying. Dog feces on the ground was visible in quite a few places. Very large place with quite a few permanent mobile homes and old rv's. Site was a pull through, of sorts ... Was led by attendant to drive across the side of the occupied site behind us to make it that way.

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We were passing through and needed a place for the night. This park is good for that! Full hookups are conveniently placed. Pull-through site. Super friendly and helpful staff. Far enough from the highway that noise wasn't a problem. Shower house is clean, supplied and the water is hot! Some of the park looks as though it could be a muddy place when it is raining, so watch for that ...

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This is a nice little park and nice folks checked us in. Grounds are well groomed, sites are level with well placed and reliable utilities. Common area buildings are in good clean condition. However, if highway noise bothers you, you'd be better off to stay elsewhere ... truck traffic along 1-20 is very close.

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Although the electricity seemed reliable and the campsite was fairly level, not much else was good about this place. Restroom/laundry facility, while a fairly new and decent building, was filthy beyond imagination. Strange place with three different lots spread out along a road in a quite run down part of this little town.

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This is a seriously fine RV park. Superb facility and well-managed. This would be a great place to spend an extended stay, although we stayed just four nights. Campsites are spacious, many with great views of the mountains. Utilities are first class, public meeting places, such as fire ring and meeting /activity building, are clean and cheerful.

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Good access to level campsites, roads in good condition, utilities well-placed and reliable, good restroom/shower/laundry facility. Very nice activities building. Sites have good tables on concrete pads. Pleasant couple running the place and working to correct some deficiencies, such as dead trees, that are a result of the two-year bankruptcy/closing period.

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Overall a good park. Office staff is pleasant and helpful. Many activities, although it seems the permanent tenants tend to be cliquish. Good roads, well-placed utilities, reasonably sized sites, but no picnic tables. Only complaint was the man who runs the big riding mower ... he was rude and inconsiderate as he mowed what really didn't need mowed as a wash/wax vendor worked on our rig. He acted quite inconvenienced by the water hoses, buckets and brushes and simply ran his machine within inches of those workers and me. I attempted to get his attention, but he wouldn't even make eye contact.

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Pull throughs for those just passing through. Pretty decent back ins for those staying longer. Very pleasant office help. Very near big TA truck stop with decent restaurant. Campground looks to be well kept. Good inner roads. Close to Shreveport casinos if you care to make a donation.

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Prices going up, but improvements are slow to get accomplished. Every site was occupied, so revenue is probably pretty good, but about all we saw improved from a year ago was the fence in the east parking lot was freshly painted, although a quite hideous color. The young lady employee who checked us in was very pleasant and helpful. Sites are small, gravel, many not level. Site numbers are easy to see. Loop road is paved, but has several poor sections because of some sort of utility work. Electrical is about 110 volts and reliable. Registration building has been repainted, but also a weird color. Water is from city of Merriam. Sewer connections are maintained properly. Laundry facility is adequate. Restrooms and showers are reasonably clean, but need work. Trash dumpster is conveniently located. No picnic tables or fire rings (although they sell fire wood!). Trees are big, but not nearly as many as there were because tornados and storms have knocked some down. Pricey for what you get, but not much competition. Please read other reviews for more information if I haven't addressed all you need.