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This is basically a rv park in a paved parking lot with lots of trees. Most of the sites are narrow and a lot of the big rigs took up every inch. The park is next to the Carson Valley Inn Casino and its cafes however there is no direct and easy way to enter the casino or cafes. True, the check in involves setting up first in the site you were assigned when reserving the site then going into the hotel to the front desk to check in and get passwords, card keys, etc. Not a problem as we just went on in for dinner at Katie's once we got checked in. There was noise from the nearby very busy highway./ There is no security at all here so be aware of that. Anyone can walk in off the street or over from the large parking lots for the casino. The laundry is in the same building as the restrooms. Restrooms require a card key for entry. Shower stalls had locking doors which we prefer. The CATV system worked well as did the wifi. We would return here. Unsure of site number.

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Super nice 55+ resort park in Mesa right on Main Street that will fill with snowbirds beginning in November. Everything was designed well from each site to the entrance. Only negative is the office closed down at 4 pm and we weren't aware of that until we needed them. Everything looked brand new, newly painted, brushed, etc. Just beautiful and well done. Easily one of the top 5 parks in the country that we have camped at.

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Another desert campground with gravel roads and sites that did have trees. There were picnic tables at each site. Owner was very congenial and helpful. CATV worked well. Wifi didn't work at all for me even though we were just across from the antenna. Not sure what the deal is with that. WIFI signal from the next door rv park called Vinyard was very strong plus it was a secure site.

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Park is 3 miles east of Fort Stockton so there is no train noise at all. Gas up and eat if necessary prior to driving to the park. The onsite cafe was closed the days we were there. You do hear freeway noise but our AC unit drowned it out. CATV was nice but I couldn't get wifi to work at all and there were several antennas in view, two quite close to our site. Unsure what the deal was with that. Gravel drives and sites. Was grass between each site with some trees. Not a bad place for a high desert park. Staff at front desk was very friendly. I agree with prior review, there were obvious additions to the park that looked like just being parked out in the bush.

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This is a nice KOA that serves suburbanites with families. Lots of kid friendly things here including a hay ride, petting zoo with farm animals, pool, jumping surface thing. Also we caught wafts of cow pasture coming in from time to time so beware. The Women's restroom was a wreck on the weekends when hordes of kids made messes. You had to take your own toilet paper with you. Drains in handicap shower didn't work properly. During the week, all was aok for restroom cleanliness. The drives and sites were gravel and were level. There were lots of trees. CATV worked well. WIFI worked but was slow, even when running fast. Do not remember our site number as we were there with a rally however we were located near the shower room and rec hall.

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Older well-kept RV park. We were there for a rally and the staff was very friendly and helpful with area information and maps as well as check-in. They also closely monitored vehicles entering the park to keep nonresidents out, which we liked. They recommended several excellent eating establishments and the Cajun Woodstock music festival in a nearby community that we thoroughly enjoyed. The Wi-Fi service worked fine at our site. The sites were paved in the area we were in. You do need to watch for wandering ducks and their poop at the sites. There was filtered road noise but this was from both the freeway as well as the nearby very busy cross streets. Road noise was not a major concern to us. We would return if in that area.

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Nightly rate is $32.40 after the Good Same discount. This is a nice, very clean RV park however is close to the freeway although we haven't heard any noise from it. There is a train track quite near and we can hear that. The host is nice, the TV service has 24 channels but meets our needs, the restroom and showers are spotless although the shower heads should be lower and not splatter so much. There isn't much in this small town to see or do excellent Mammoth Cave or some of the others in the area. There is no playground or pool and I have seen no dogs or kids since we've arrived today.

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Our rate was actually $27.90 with our Good Sam discount. This park served our needs well in that the sites are long and level and everything worked well for our overnight stay. The friendly hostess even called Lambert's Restuarant and had a shuttle come and get us for dinner. They also brought us back after we staggered out after eating their excellent fare. Don't miss it as this is a true experience only found here. The only negative in my book is that there is a lot of road noise from the highway that the park sits on so there is no sleeping in while here. The freeway noise was from about 200 to 300 yards away and wasn't a factor for us. We were situated near the front entrance so got the road noise full blast.

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We were here for the second time in two years and were here at this time for a rally. The park owners were very helpful in getting this rally set up and treated everyone wonderfully. Their clubroom worked well for us and our group enjoyed the park. The facility remains one of the tops in my book. The shuttle service to the Branson shows is a special touch. Pull throughs are long and level. Each site has a concrete patio pad with picnic table. Wi-Fi and CATV worked very well and the on-premises cafe has great food and friendly service. We will return.

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This is a nice municipal owned RV park that is bare bones in that there is no pool, playground or Wi-Fi. The CATV was great and the host is super and the location was good for visits to Eureka Springs and the surrounding area. This park suited us well however the advertised Wi-Fi was not working. Supposedly it will be working by the time October comes around. Some of the sites are on fairly steep inclines around the perimeter as well as in the center strip of pull through sites so there were some big bumps to position your rig up off the pavement and onto the assigned site. The bathrooms and shower rooms were very nice and are accessible only with a code which is great for security purposes since this park is open to the public.

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This park is a basic one that served our needs. The Wi-Fi and CATV worked great and the site was level and long enough for our rig. The host was very nice. There was some road noise but it didn't bother us. No pool or playground is available for kids. The restroom facilities were extremely clean and smelled of Clorox daily. The south facing restroom/shower combo rooms are not air conditioned so were unusable during the 100 plus degree days we were there as they were too hot and humid to even consider using as showers, even at night.

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Ditto other reviews in that this is an excellent place to overnight. The restrooms are beautiful and very clean. Sites are extra long concrete pads, the host friendly, even the shuttle bus driver was very friendly. Wi-Fi and CATV worked just fine for us and we have no complaints about the park itself even though it had lots of concrete surfaces. There was a playground for children and the pool was sufficient. Food at the buffet in the casino was average at best except the guacamole at the Mexican food table was delicious and merited a second helping. We will definitely stay here again on other trips.

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Rate reflects guest rate. This campground hasn't improved over the past 2 years since our last visit. Our grassy site was roomy and easy to get into however it was full of sticker burrs and was literally underwater after heavy rains over Saturday night. The site turned into a mud pit. The staff is friendly and helpful however the Wi-Fi at no time worked and there absolutely is no cable TV for the RV sites. Kitchen facilities needed a good cleaning as did the restrooms that I saw. The grounds are in a park-like setting and there is a nice walking trail. Excellent place to go unwind from city stresses if you know what you are getting in to.

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This was a one night stop for us. The WiFi they supposedly had did not work and no one was here who could reboot the system. This park seems well designed and laid out and is on a lake that used to be rock quarry. The grounds are quite nice, although their entrance sign needs to be repositioned. Call ahead for instructions or else you might miss the turn. It has gravel roads, level sites, FHU, and many permanent residents. The onsite restaurant seems popular with the locals. Restrooms were frigid with no heat, served their purpose but were not inviting in any sense.

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This is a Passport America park that is very popular with locals as there are mature trees and several lakes for fishing or swimming plus themed activities for kids and adults. Families come here for generations from what we were told. Interior roads are dirt/gravel and the sites were mainly grass. Some sites are very unlevel. We were near the office so had a back-in site with FHU and a decent WiFi signal. The owners are extremely nice and very helpful. The grounds in no way compare to modern RV parks we are accustomed to. Showers and restrooms need major work and cleaning.