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Our GPS led us astray on the park we wanted to stay at so it came down to any port in a storm because we were tired.Typical outdated overpriced KOA.I can't see for the life of me where KOA'S think they are worth almost twice what other parks charge.

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Nice clean, modern park but overpriced. Big rig access better suited for motorhomes due to placement of utilities (mid point of site). This would only be a problem if park was full. We were able to park at an angle and reach utilities but stuck out in a thankfully wide exit road. Cable TV is pretty sparse considering cost of the sites, and there is no Wi-Fi. Verizon air card is weak but AT&T phone strong. Nice clean shower/restroom. We would probably stay here again despite the high cost for what you get.

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Very nice place to overnight. Level concrete pads and good utilities. Verizon air card was strong as was our AT&T phone. Would stay here again.

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Nice place for a night or two. Good level cement pads but if you are pulling a fifth wheel and want to stay hooked up bring extra electrical cable and hoses as the power pedestal and water hook up are closer to the front of the site than the back. Dog rules are somewhat restrictive although I can understand it is hard to keep a green lawn in the desert. Verizon air card was strong as was AT&T phone. Park wi-fi is decent as were the showers/restrooms. We were too tired to try the casino but maybe next time. We would stay here again.

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As stated before the nice people running this park almost make you feel guilty for a negative review but RVers need to know certain things. First, it is way way out of town which makes you want something to make the drive worth it. It's not. Utilities are oddly placed making extensions for all of them necessary. Our Verizon air card was somewhat slow but usable, & our AT&T phone was strong. I would not pay full price, and PPA rate is a lot considering how far out of the way it is. Did have a excellent cheeseburger in the restaurant/bar. Probably would look for something else next time

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Not many reasonably priced parks in this area. We were in the back of the park amongst the permanent residents, which was ok but just not worth what we paid. Verizon air card was strong as was T-Mobile and AT&T phone. Sites are shady but a little tight.

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Nice place to stay for a couple days.Wi-Fi was weak as was our Verizon air card. Good utilities except if your power cord attaches at the back of your unit bring an extension cord. The electrical box is at the FRONT of the lot. We would stay here again though.

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OK place for overnight. A desert lot behind an Indian Casino...nothing special.

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I think this park is nicer than the park next door. Utilities are good, Verizon signal is good, AT&T and T-Mobile are good. Big downside is the attitude towards dogs. You can walk them to the dog park but they better not do anything on the way. Try stopping a dog when it decides to go potty! For that reason alone we won't be back.

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Good place to park for a couple days. Asphalt lot with full hookups. The Wi-Fi was weak, but so was our Verizon which was supposed to be 3 G in this area. Would stay here again.

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I would rather be broke down on the side of the road! This is a gravel lot in a shaky neighborhood. Advertises cable TV, but then tells you the company has been "out of business" for over a year once you get here. This place is a dump. Overpriced at $10.00.

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We spent 7 weeks here renting from a private party. This is a nice resort full of very friendly people. The facilities are all first class. That being said if you are looking for the RV experience you are going to be disappointed. This is a Snowbird community that some bring their RV's to stay in. If you like a lot of activities and get together's this is the place for you. This is a huge place so if you want to use the facilities you need transportation. Verizon air card was strong as was T-Mobile and AT&T phones. We liked this area of Arizona enough to buy a condo in town but probably would not stay here again. Not a knock on the park or people, just not our kind of place.

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Typical park model winter home for the area. They rent the empty spots to RV'S and it is pretty close together. This is a friendly clean place and the residents are all nice. Close to shopping and Verizon air card, AT&T and T-Mobile phones all worked well. We would stay here again if needed. Just remember this is a park model retirement resort and not an RV park. The above rate is the weekly rate divided out.

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This is a nice park with very big sites and good utilities other than needing a lot of sewer hose. Park Wi-Fi worked well as did our Verizon air card. Cell phone service with AT&T and T-Mobile was strong. You can tell the owners take pride in the park. Too bad it's 9 miles out of town in the very stark desert which is either good or bad depending on what you like. If you are a hiker there are many well maintained trails to explore. This is a good place to stay between Las Cruces and Phoenix for a few days. The rate is Passport America.

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OK place to park and sleep. Long level site long enough to not have to unhook 40 foot fifth wheel. Verizon air card, AT&T, and T-Mobil phones worked well. Passport America rate depends on who checks you in. Web site says $18 got charged $23 and would not take less. Was tired and was not going to argue over $5.00. Will go somewhere else next time.