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This is a well maintained and reasonably priced RV Park. We were somewhat misled when we called ahead and asked what the nightly rate was and did they have cable TV. We were told that they had cable TV, but were not informed that you had to contact the local cable company and arrange a monthly hookup in order to have cable TV. That is nice for those that want to stay a month, however, when we asked for the nightly rate and inquired about cable we should have been informed about the cable arrangements. We would not have gone there had we known all the facts.

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This is a good clean well maintained campground to stay in while seeing the local area. The Sun to Thur Passport America 50% discount rate is only good for 3 days, but is really economical for the San Diego locale. Be advised that Fridays and Saturdays are billed at the Good Sam 10% discount rate. The campground is tightly packed and care is needed in getting in and out of assigned spaces. The laundry is adequate for a park of this size, however the $2.50 for washers and $2.00 dryers is a steep price to pay for clean clothes. We would stay here again.

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This is bar none the best RV park within the North San Diego area. The park is rather small and the RV sites are packed in real close. The cable TV had a good signal and many channels. The drainage stream that flows by the RV park to the ocean was odorous, but otherwise we had an enjoyable stay. We would stay here again.

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This is probably the best RV park in Las Vegas, but it still has a major problem. The sewer connections are a weird shared configuration. 2 RV's share the same sewer hole/connection. If your neighbor doesn't follow the park instructions and inserts their hose into the sewer hole instead of laying it in the groove parallel to your sewer hose, and you just come out and dump, you will be in for a nasty surprise. Both times I've have been in the park recently, the RV next to me failed to follow the clearly labeled sewer hookup instructions. After a bad disaster the first time, I've wised up and check to see if the sewer hole is obstructed with the neighbors hose before dumping. Because of the sewer connection problems and sewer configuration the odor of methane gas is prevalent in the RV park. The cable TV only had a few channels, but FOX News was one of the channels so it passed muster. The laundry is fairly big so there are usually enough washers and dryers to go around. I would have given this campground a 7 or 8 if the sewer connections were better. I would stay here again.

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This is a well maintained RV park. Get there early as most of the sites are taken by long term residents. There were only 5 available sites the 2 nights we stayed there. The cable TV had a good signal and there were plenty of channels. The laundry was clean and there were an adequate number of washers and dryers for the size of the RV park. We would stay here again.

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This is a good overnight place to stay on the way to somewhere else. The park was well maintained. The man behind the registration counter was friendly. The cable TV worked great. If you stop, be sure to check out the lobby in the Historic El Rancho Hotel(Route 66). We would stay here again.

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This a good overnight RV park if you don't want or need cable TV. Their free cable TV is a joke. 9 channels and half of them you can't see what's going on due to snowy reception. If you have a Verizon air card be prepared to pay the RV park for their Wi-Fi because the air card won't work there. The staff were friendly and the well maintained park is a typical desert RV park. Lots of gravel. We left after the first night and moved west 15 miles to the town of Kingman. We would not stay there again due to the poor cable TV and pay Wi-Fi.

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Great place to stay in Santa Fe. This is an older RV park, but well maintained. The staff/managers lead you to your site and assist you in backing into your site if you have a back-in pad. We had the assistance of the female manager and she provided some of the best instructions I have received in 14 years of full-timing. The laundry was fairly small (2 washers and 3 dryers) for a campground of this size. The managers were friendly and helpful in providing local references and guidance to restaurants and attractions. The cable TV was clear and had an adequate number of channels. The bus to the downtown plaza picks you up and drops you off right in front of the park. The locals that ride the bus provide an interesting and colorful experience. We would stay here again.

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This is a good place to stop for 1 night. The sites are clean and level. No amenities such as restrooms or laundry. The town is on its last legs, but Del's Cafe serves good food. Don't judge the RV Park by the old motel on the RV grounds. The cable TV had a good signal, but if you like the Fox News Channel you're out of luck. We would stay here again.

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This campground is a very pleasant place to get off the hot desert highway and stay a night or two. The staff person was friendly and helpful. The campground is well maintained. There is a security gate that is closed at night and you are provided with the number combo to open it. This is the second time we have stayed here.

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Wow is all I can say. This is a newer park with all the amenities and it was $17/night for the first 2 nights and the 3rd night was free. It's true, the laundry was free. The park was far enough off of I-40 that there was little or no freeway noise. Most of the other RV parks close by are mostly full (75%) of long term permanent residents. This park had only a few and their sites were clean and well maintained and the rigs were newer. This is a great place to stay overnight or to visit local areas and Palo Duro State Park. I seldom give any RV Park a 10 rating, but this one is a 10 as long as they keep their rates reasonable. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a very clean and well maintained military campground. The laundry facility was clean and had 3 washers and 3 dryers which cost $.50 each per load. Parking and maneuvering is quite tight. The only improvement that would make this campground any better would be cable TV. No reservations are taken and Military/Reserves/Guard/DOD Civilians are on a first come first served basis. We got the last site available at about 1530 hrs. There is an overflow area if you get here after all sites are taken.

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This is an average resort town RV park. The nightly cost is reasonable for a resort area. The cable TV worked fine, but was lacking in the number of channel choices. The laundry facility was adequate and well maintained. The campground brochure claimed they were the most RV friendly campground 5 years running. Well you could have fooled me. The man that led us to the campsite in his golf cart never once said hello, goodbye or is the site OK. He just drove through the site with me following and drove off. Nobody from the office or other helpers ever waved or acknowledged our presence in the 6 days we stayed here. If you are going to brag you had better be ready to back it up. The only other complaint I had was that on a couple of nights the odor of methane gas was very strong and we could not use our vent fantastic to cool the RV due to the odor being sucked in through the windows. All things considered we would stay here again.

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This campground is a reasonably priced place to stay while visiting the St Louis area or for a quick overnight stay. There are no sewer hookups, but there is a dump station. It is advisable to call ahead for reservations as it is a small FamCamp and the Outdoor Recreation, Bldg 3176, (618)-256-2067 is NOT located near the campground. They will take reservations and charges over the phone Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Your receipt and Scott AFB paperwork will be waiting at your site clipped to the site post. Be aware that when approaching the main gate they really mean that oversized vehicles are to approach the gate in the far right-hand lane even though the lane has barricade posts.

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This is an expensive place to stop overnight. There are no known attractions nearby or in the town of Wapakoneta, so I can't quite understand the high cost of using the 30 amp RV space and hookups overnight. The management had a 'take it or leave it' attitude that was not customer oriented. I would not stay here again.