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This is our 10th stay here and it hasn't changed much in the 12 years since our first visit. It's a county park so no extended stay rates, just the daily rate. Sites are level, gravel, with good 50A power and convenient sewer. The water spigots are located near the front of the sites, sometimes requiring 40' or more of water hose. We had forgotten to pack our extra hose this year so the campground loaned us a 10' hose to use. We bought another 25' hose and returned the loaner. I consider this excellent service. Although we were here on the Memorial day weekend and the park was full with many kids, the noise was not objectionable and everyone was well behaved. Reservations can be made online with a well designed website that shows a map of the available sites for your specified stay. There is an $8 reservation fee, but it's worth it as this park is popular, especially on the weekends. All sites are satellite friendly and the WiFi internet is good, but slow when the park was full.

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The sites were mostly gravel but reasonably level. We were given one of the few 50 amp electric, full hookups pull-through sites in the front row, but we were only staying for one night. The price included the Good Sam discount, it's not advertised so ask for it. The manager was friendly. This campground OK for a short stop. While very close to I-35, the traffic noise wasn't disturbing, but we had the windows closed, as it was cold and rainy.

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We were just looking for an overnight stop and tried this park. It's accessed via a narrow, twisty road, but is worth the effort. The camp host came out and directed us to a pull-through in campground 2 that had 30 amp electric only, but that was fine for the one night. Lots of trees so no satellite where we were. The other campgrounds (there are 4) might be better. The Verizon Wireless was excellent and we were even able to watch some Netflix. The roads and sites were all paved.

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This is our second stay here. This time we were in a pull through that was almost level. The site was gravel with grass, picnic table, and charcoal grill. There is both free and paid WiFi. I tried the free WiFi and found it slow, but since there is excellent Verizon 4G coverage, we used our hotspot instead.

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Access was via a dirt road that was rather muddy from yesterdays rains. The long pull through sites are almost level. The recent remodeling has added 50/30/20A electric at all sites. Payment is by calling the owner and he comes and collects or there is a self payment lock box. The owner has added free WiFi internet that was reasonably fast. Good for a one or two night stop. Most of the sites are occupied by what appears to be long term residents, but the sites are fairly clean.

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The owner/manager was quite friendly and the checkin was quick and easy. We were given a pull through right by the office as we were staying just one night. The park WiFi was slow, probably due to other campers watching Netflix, so we used our Verizon data instead, but it was OK for email and occasional web browsing. The interior roads are mostly gravel, or the remains of chip seal, but the sites are long and level. The park is just off I-20 but the traffic noise wasn't a problem. If you keep your windows open, you will hear the trucks, however. The restrooms/showers were very clean and the showers were huge. No picnic tables. This park is not easy to find using the usual sources, and I mentioned this to the owner. Hopefully, he will get listed on other sites than just this one.

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This park is closed permanently.

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Very nice park for an overnight or extended stay. Staff was friendly and helpful and escorted us to our site. WiFi was strong, but slow at times. Sites are level and the utilities are in easy reach. We would stay here again. The free cookies were a nice touch.

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The rate is for Passport America. Lots of trees so no satellite reception in most sites. Roads are narrow and the sites are not real level, but still usable. The staff were friendly, but left us to get to our site ourselves but the map was clear. We had 30A and water only, but the power was stable.

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$15 is the current Passport America rate. It is possible to get here without taking the toll road, but you drive through Chickasha when coming from the south. The staff was very friendly and helpful and had the current weather forecast as this is tornado alley, and we were surrounded by bad weather. Most of the sites are back in and are narrow gravel with grass between. The electric was excellent as was the free WiFi which stayed up even through the thunderstorms that went through. With no trees, the entire park is satellite friendly. We would stay here again.

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The rate we paid was for Passport America. Sites are gravel and level with grass between. The Wi-Fi was slow at times, but reliable. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. This is a gem of a campground and we'll certainly stay here again. If there were picnic tables at the sites, I would give it a 10.

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This park is right off of I-10 but we didn't get a lot of traffic noise. Sites are level and gravel with a picnic table. There are some long term residents but the park is relatively neat and clean. All sites are satellite friendly, but no Wi-Fi internet. Our rate is the Passport America rate for one of the six 50A pull through sites. 30A sites are $1.50 less. PA is available with no restrictions.

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We have stayed at the park many times over the years and it's still one of the nicest campgrounds in the Tucson area. Sites are level, gravel, with concrete patios and nearly new picnic tables. The park Wi-Fi was being repaired when we arrived, but it was up and running before we left and it worked well. There is a large clubhouse with lots of activities during the season. Since it's on the Indian reservation, there are no taxes. Our rate is the Passport America rate, they recently joined the program. We won't stay anywhere else when in Tucson.

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Sites were fairly level, but only a few were open for satellite. Interior roads are a bit narrow but navigable by a big rig.

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The park is clean with paved roads and level sites. Nearly all are open for satellite. The staff were friendly and very helpful with local information. There is propane available. We would stay here again.