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Review Count: 8
States Visited: 6
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Bridgeview RV Park, Breckenridge, Texas

Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $22.00
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What few trees they have are quite young and small. There is no grass nor patios at sites. There are very few picnic tables, and we were not fortunate enough to have one. It is very dry and quite dusty; caliche roads and sites, although our site was pretty level. Even though there are no amenities, we will stay here again because it is convenient to the lake (Hubbard Creek Lake). We camped at Bridgeview RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 8
States Visited: 6
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University RV Park, College Station, Texas

Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $27.00
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There are lots of shade trees, which was very nice. Our space (#39) was pretty level side to side, but had to be very low in the front and very high in the back. They have an extensive list of rules, and among them, no electric space heaters (not a problem since we were here in the summer), but no electric water heater -- no exceptions. There is no store, but they do sell propane. The laundry is quite clean and has several machines, although I did not use them. The shower facilities are one toilet/shower/sink/dressing area each for men and women. When DH asked about locking the door, he was told that is quite acceptable. The shower is quite large -- if a parent needs to take little ones in with them and shower them at the same time as parent is showering. So that was nice. The shower facilities are quite clean and did not look dated. It would be nice to have a pool, but there is a pond (no swimming), but can fish in it. There are no fire rings nor picnic tables, but there was a nice little concrete patio outside our door. The owners live on the property and were quite friendly. If in the area, we would definitely stay here again. We camped at University RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 6
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The Wagon Wheel Guest Ranch (formerly The Wooden Spoke Guest Ranch), Snyder, Texas

Date of Stay: June, 2008 - $20.00
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There were no shower/bathroom facilities. There was no wi-fi; and, when I called about amenities and asked about cable, I was told they have cable. But, we were unable to receive said cable service. We were unable to receive cell phone service while there. There is a pool which was clean (with the exception of leaves that had blown into it -- but, in West Texas with the wind blowing, of course there will be leaves in the pool). This is a very rustic campground, and the only "shade" trees are mesquite trees -- which give limited (VERY limited) shade. There were several buildings which looked to be "motel" rooms for large groups that might come in. We were told they have a restaurant, but if so, we had no idea when/if it was even open. As stated before, there were several animals, and the only time we saw ANYONE else was later in the evening (just before it began storming) when a lady was feeding the animals. Also as stated before, we paid by leaving our payment in the mailbox. We camped at The Wagon Wheel Guest Ranch (formerly The Wooden Spoke Guest Ranch) in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 8
States Visited: 6
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Carlsbad RV Park and Campground, Carlsbad, New Mexico

Date of Stay: March, 2008 - $28.00
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Sites are gravel, but level, and there are shade trees. There are no picnic tables, grills, patios, nor fire rings, although there is a community grill and picnic tables near the indoor pool. The pool, although indoor, is unheated, and very cold. The restrooms are kept locked, and a combination is needed to unlock. We chose this campground because it was the closest to the Caverns (except the campground at White City). We were able to receive wi-fi signal and cable channels. They have a playground area, petting zoo, reptiles in glass enclosures, game room, some groceries/gifts. We would stay here again if going to the Caverns. We camped at Carlsbad RV Park and Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 6
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Canandaigua / Rochester KOA, Farmington, New York

Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $36.00
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The spaces here are level and easily accessible, although some of the big rigs seemed to have trouble getting into their sites. The sites seem quite close together. The trees are beautiful. This campground seems kind of far from the interstate, but that would not deter us from staying here again, if we were to be passing through. TV reception is great, without using the antenna. There is no cable. WiFi is good. Miniature golf, fishing, playground equipment, pedal cars, bikes, arcade room, and pedal boats are all available. This is a very nice campground, and we enjoyed our stay here, even though it was only overnight. We camped at Canandaigua / Rochester KOA in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 8
States Visited: 6
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Erie KOA, Mckean, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $53.00
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We were only here overnight, but this would be a really nice campground to stay awhile. There are so many amenities -- even a petting zoo. The pool is very clean and heated. Movies are shown in the evening. The sites are level and easily accessible. The trees are beautiful. The people in the office/store are very friendly and helpful. DH totally approved of the shower facilities. I was unable to stay connected to the Internet, but the lady in the office said Internet reception is excellent at The Pavilion. While the kiddos and I were watching the movie, another parent had her laptop there and was working. I am unsure if cable T.V. is available, but we did get a few T.V. channels. If we are ever through the area again, we will certainly stay at this KOA. We camped at Erie KOA in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 6
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Natural Springs Resort, New Paris, Ohio

Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $32.00
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We camped here overnight on our way to Vermont, and again overnight on our way back. Because we arrived late both times, we were unable to enjoy the pool (although it did look very inviting), but DD and DH were able to shoot hoops a while and DD played on the playground equipment, while Baby and I did swing in the porch-type swing. This is a very nice campground, very clean, with beautiful trees. The sites were level and easily accessible. DH said the shower facilities were nice/clean enough. A plus for us was the WiFi. We didn't even try television reception, but cable is available for a price. The folks in the office/store were friendly and helpful the mornings we left. We will definitely stay here again when we are traveling through the area. We camped at Natural Springs Resort in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 8
States Visited: 6
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Rockwell RV Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $25.00
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We over-nighted, and were not in the park much because we visited our daughter and family in their motel, but I was very impressed with how clean the park was and how easy it was for these "newbies" to get parked and set up. Even though it had recently rained, and there was some water standing, it was not in the RV sites, nor was it a problem. The location was very convenient, and although close to the interstate, we did not experience any highway noise. Office staff was not "overly friendly," but not rude, either. The homemade muffins and coffee were a nice touch. We did not use any of the amenities (showers, swimming pool/hot tub, laundry), but we look forward to staying here again so that we can experience more that this campground has to offer. We will definitely stay here again. We camped at Rockwell RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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