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Great RV park just outside the hustle and bustle of Phoenix. A small mountain range separates the city lights so you have nice dark nights. Sites are nicely spaced apart. There are trails all over the place for hiking and biking. Just 15 minutes from stores and restaurants and free Wi-Fi at the Safeway. Will stay here again if in the area.

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Very new state park and campground. Lots of space between sites. Great visitors center to set up your cave visit. Great 3 mile trail up a hill behind the campground. Easy jumpoff point to Bisbee and Tombstone. Catch free Wi-Fi at the McDonald's close to the interstate. Would stay here again.

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What a gem of a place. One of the best parks I have ever stayed in. If you have a tent or small RV you can camp right next to the 40 foot rock monoliths. Larger RVs camp just outside the rocks. It is an easy two hour drive to the Gila Cliff Dwellings and 30 minutes to Silver City. Very peaceful at night. Only reason it did not get a 10 is there is no dump station. We will stay here again.

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90% of this park are full time mobile homes. The good part of this park is it is right next to a Wal-Mart and other places in town. The pool was closed and you had to pay big time for Wi-Fi (that is so last decade for a private park). The sites are close together but there is a privacy wall between them. Sewer hook-up was so far away I had to back up in the morning before I could dump. Would have stayed at the State Park but it was closed due to the fires.

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There have been many bad reviews of this park but it was not all that bad. It is close to the highway but not close enough to rattle your rig. The Wi-Fi was great. The best reason to come here is the closeness to Carlsbad Caverns just 7 miles up the park road. Guadalupe NP is just a half hour down the road. It beats driving the 25 minutes from Carlsbad everyday. We would stay here again.

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The best thing about this park is the value. For $22.50 you have a pool, shuttle to the casino and Mississippi River, full hook-up, and cable TV. The small drawback is the park sits behind a small industrial park and it has few trees. For a night, it is a great place. We'll stay here again if passing though or staying for a few days.

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Great park if you're in a tent or a small RV. This is the highest state park in Georgia as it sits on top of Black Rock Mt. above Clayton. The road up here twists and turns. The up side to this campground is that it is on top of a mountain and connects to many trails. The camphosts are great (as they are in most state parks in Georgia). The drawback is many sites are very close together (for a state park) and the bathrooms were just so-so. So pick a good site and a tent or small RV and you are set. We will stay here again.

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Great place to get away from it all. 5 mim. walk to the beach with very few people. A few shops a slow 8 miles down the road. Good trails close by. Will stay here again when life gets to hectic.

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This is one of the best parks in Alaska. The only negatives are the price & the distance from downtown Fairbanks. Other than that, this is a great place to spend some easy days. The park staff was the best ever; very informative and helpful. Sites were big and easy. The float plane base is a great bonus. We will stay here again.

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This is a good average park for Alaska. It has good easy sites to park in and great people in the office. Wi-Fi was just so-so as you have to sign-up for a plan. This is a good base for travel into Anchorage since the campgrounds there are not so great. We would stay here again.

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Overall this is a good place to stay while in Talkeetna. The bad part is the fact that many sites are very close together, parked at odd angles. However, the office people are nice, and the park is within walking distance of town right next to the train station. It is cool to see the train let off and load-up cruise ship passengers.

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A great RV park in Seward & one of the best in Alaska. The only reason it did not get a 10 is that it is 6 miles from the town. But for $5 a person, the park will drive you down to town and pick you up. Not a bad deal. We did this during the 4th of July, and it worked out great. The park is next to a large stream which was good for walking your dogs. It sits far enough away from the main road for a nice quiet stay. The Wi-Fi was pretty good, but then again we were parked right next to the main building.

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This is a great park to take it easy. The owners were very nice, and there was a nice small shop also. Sites were pretty tight, but I spent most of my free time at the overlook of the inlet and the Kenai River. It is an easy walk into town or down on the beach.

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As far as views go, this is a great spot to camp. We were only one site away from a true Ocean View, but the view from the bluff was great. It is a short bike ride or drive to the spit and downtown Homer. Why not a higher rating? I had to hike up the big hill to the washroom to get the Wi-Fi to work. And the cost is a little too high.

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The best thing about this park is that it is located across the street from a Costco. The location is OK as it is a few miles from downtown. However, you had to go to the washroom to use the Wi-Fi. The sites were very close together, and there are many permanent RV's hanging around. The RV park is just a small slice of the overall mobile home park in the area so the neighborhood is not the best. For $40 a night, I did expect more.