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The campground recently changed hands from a members-only to an "open to everyone" campground. It was a very nice and clean well kept park. We only had two complaints: our site was pretty hard to back into and it was not very level. The other complaint is not really their fault: you really need to know where you are going to find it because it is hidden behind other buildings and not easy to find, and our GPS was not much help. We had to stop and ask directions to get there, but it was worth it.

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We had originally planed to stay at another park but we told that we have to stay in a parking lot because it was Labor Day weekend, so at the last minute in desperation we called Winding River, and it turned out to be a jewel of a park with plenty of room between sites. Very family friendly with a cookout on Saturday night and a cowboy breakfast on Saturday morning, horseback rides and many activities for the entire family. The (very small) Colorado River is a short distance away and they had a wonderful Cowboy church on the riverbank Sunday morning. It borders Rocky Mountain National Park and it is close to the very touristy town of Grand Lake. About the only thing that kept it from being a "10" is a very small laundry with only 2 washing machines. There may be more in a building somewhere else but that's all we could find. The staff was very friendly and the entire park is a winner. One word of caution: our GPS was miles away from the actual location, but in their defense we were warned not to trust the GPS when we made reservations. Don't know why it was so far off, but trust them when they give specific instructions and tell you the GPS is wrong.

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This is very nice park that is easy to find with spacious sites that are a little tough to get in to because the are all on different levels with not much room to approach the site for parking. One word of caution: they close the office a 8 sharp. We had two occasions where people came in after 8 and didn't had a clue where to park and had no one to ask except other camp visitors.

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A nice well kept park with beautiful huge trees, but the spaces are very close together. It has an excellent gift shop in the office with some unique items.

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Lagoons is, in my opinion, by far the nicest RV RESORT in Rockport/Port Aransas area. It is a resort because, among other things, they have an activity director in the winter and a lot of things to be involved in. Everywhere you drive on concrete and they keep it looking sharp. The owners live close by and they are there quite often. They take a lot of pride in the place because they (and their children) built it themselves and have poured a lot of blood sweat and tears into it. It is more expensive than the others in that area, but you get what you pay for. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because they charge extra for cable TV and the Wi-Fi, which only works well very early in the morning when not many are on it.

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Reading the reviews on this RV Park it is obvious that people either love it or hate it. The park itself is not bad, but the owners attitude just kills any thought of returning. It is listed as a Passport America park. We were there with a group of 4 rigs and two of the rigs he charged the PA rate and two he charged full price. He has the poorest attitude of anyone I think I have ever dealt with. If we had any option we would have left on the spot. The park is isolated from Ruidoso, but that is OK; it is in a pretty area but we won't be back just because of the surly attitude of the owner. It's also very steep gravel drive getting in and out of the park. One camper with a bumper pull trailer (who had too much tension on his equalizer bars) had to take a couple of hard runs at it to get out of the place because he wasn't set up right and it is very steep.

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Indian River is a very nice blend of "back in the woods" camping and an "REV" Park. We loved the very tall trees that protected the grounds from wind. The road through the campground is asphalt, but the sites are gravel and some of them are not very level, but really not that bad. They have free short range wireless internet and you must be on the picnic tables behind the office to be in range. It is a mom and pop operation and they are very friendly and helpful. They take a lot of pride in keeping the place clean, looking very nice, and they are constantly making improvements. The late afternoon hayride for the kids is also a very nice touch. I would recommend highly this campground.

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This park is a seasonal place with a lot of semi-permanent guests. It is a pretty run-down place and I would not recommend it except for a one night only stopover.

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I understand that this park is one of the highest rated KOA's and I would agree. It is all anyone could want in an RV park but it was by far the most expensive place I have ever stayed.