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Great RV park if you book the pull throughs or big rig sites. We were in the pull throughs and they were great. However, the other rigs are VERY close to you. I booked a site on the end of a row so we only had one person to our west. When I walked our dog through the park, I am not sure I would want to stay in the back-in sites. It doesn't appear the back-in area is as well kept as the pull through and big rig sites. The dog park is 2 acres, which you cannot beat. Our dog loved it.

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Great park and the staff was diligently working throughout our visit. They were picking up pine cones, mowing the grass, and very attentive to our needs, although we didn't have any big ones. Every night, the deer would roam through the north-side of the park. It was relatively quiet. We had 4G/LTE on AT&T, which was good since the wifi was quite poor.

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This park was a huge surprise. The rv sites are huge and the views are amazing. Get up early to watch the sunrise and stay up late to watch the sunset. It was worth it. The office has a gift shop, which has a ton of RV supplies. The laundry room was extremely clean and the amenities were great. It is a very secure park and they have several rules so be sure to follow them. We like rules so if you don't, this may not be the park for you.

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This is an RV park that sits south of the city of Santa Fe, on a small hill. It has some great views. The biggest drawback of this park is that it isn't very tidy. There are a lot of weeds and no grass but it is the desert so maybe to be expected. The staff was awesome and the trail around the park (3/4 mile) was perfect for dog walking.

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This is all about location, location, location. Unfortunately, the park is not well kept and the full-timers (on the east side of the park) have made it somewhat of an eyesore. With that said, you can walk and ride bikes to anywhere on the south rim. It is so convenient! There is also elk that walked through the park, which our family loved. It would be awesome if Xanterra cleaned up the park and the full-timers. Until then, stay for the location and not the amenities.

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This park is one of our favorites. The property is immaculate and, if you have a Passport America card, it is one of the best values around. The only (minor) drawback is the lack of grass. However, it is the high desert so it is sort of expected. We have a dog and finding a spot to go potty can be challenging. There is a train that goes by so if noise is a concern for you, it may not be a great fit. The bathrooms and showers were great and the staff is very helpful!

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We stayed here for one night on our way to Southern California. It was a great park but we didn't have time to really explore much. The staff was super sweet and helpful. The only drawback to this park is its proximity to the I-40. We were right along the freeway however we still slept fine. If you are a light sleeper, you may want to pick a spot farthest from I-40.

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We stayed here for a couple weeks. Without the KOA Value Rewards card, it would have been $52.00 per night, which would be a high price for what you get. We did enjoy the tons of grass throughout the park. We didn't like the $10 per day charge to any visitor, the shortness of the staff, and the number of full-timers. This park feels more like a community of full-timers and not a RV park. Also, the Wi-Fi was useless but we did get AT&T 4G data coverage so we used that. Fort Collins, and Northern Colorado, don't have a lot of parks to choose from so this one works.