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Was somewhat disappointed in this park. Perhaps our expectations for this large park were too high. The good things: convenient east side location not far from I-84; paved RV sites, many with a paved parking spot for tow vehicle, park nicely landscaped. The bad things: Wi-Fi simply did not work, at all, during our stay. If you need Wi-Fi stay somewhere else. The park is near busy Sandy Blvd, near a busy train track and under the east approach to PDX so it is not a quiet place. If you want quiet, stay somewhere else. Bathroom facilities, while clean at least in our section of the park, were small, cramped, dated, cold and poorly lit. We will stay elsewhere on future visits if we can find a park in the Portland area, that we like any better.

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Very nice park for overnight stop or extended stay. Convenient access from freeway but far enough away so no road noise. Park is spacious with large, long graveled sites suitable for largest rig towing, without unhitching the tow. Each site has a concrete patio with picnic table. Very nice and well maintained clubhouse. Has a nice play area for children and a couple of dog walk areas. Wide, paved interior roads make maneuvering easy without unhitching tow car. Has Tengo Internet but it worked well in our coach, for once. Glad we stopped at this park. Flying J also at the RV park exit so refueling is easy.

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The location of this park is both a blessing and a curse. Blessings: near I-15 interchange, across the street from Flying J and Utah state liquor store with other shopping nearby. Curses: freeway and traffic noise, sounds and smells from Flying J all night long, train horns and noise from track immediately behind the RV park. This park's facilities are very nicely maintained and are immaculate. Staff is capable and helpful. Big rig pull-through sites are a bit short for 40' coach towing full sized vehicle. If you are planning to use a sat dish for TV, check your site first as there are mature trees in the park. Wi-Fi was slow during prime time around 6:00 pm, but better later and in the morning. Recommended for an overnight stop if you can tolerate the curses mentioned above.

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This is a "do it yourself" park. You call them, get a recording, leave a message and don't get a call back. You locate the place, pull in and the office is closed. There is a self check-in process on the office wall where you pay for your site. Park is generally a big dirt area with some gravel scattered around. Glad we were here when it was dry. Roads are wide and sites in the back row can accommodate a big rig towing. 50 amp power was good. Far enough from I-10 that road noise is not a problem. Has a small swimming pool that looked clean, and a fire pit. There is only one bathroom for each sex to serve the park. No soap in the men's room and it smelled dank like it needed ventilation. I added a point to the rating because the Wi-Fi worked well, even in the back row.

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Nice park in a rural setting. Roads are wide, sites are wide and long so no problem for big rigs, even with trailer. Wi-Fi worked well but was slow in late afternoon. Park says that nearby neighbors use the signal. Hey, how about a password for paying customers? Knocked a point off for Wi-Fi. Park is in nice location for visiting Fredericksburg, Lukenbach and LBJ park and ranch. It rained really hard while we were here, but the site held up well. We liked this park and will stay here again if we are ever in the area.

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Nightly rate is for a monthly rental. This is a "Winter Texan" type park with many repeat visitors. Given the weather we have had for the past 3 winter months in Rockport, it is hard to understand why anyone would ever return. RV park is OK though too many sites are crammed into the park so sites are long but narrow. Hope you like a close up view of your neighbor's sewer hose. Lots of park models and fifth wheels left here all year. Full schedule of RV park senior activities like aerobics, shuffleboard and corn hole toss (I am not kidding!) if you like that sort of thing. We did not use park Wi-Fi for which there is a charge but installed a cable modem which worked well. Park also has a monthly charge for cable TV. The park is well located, quite close to shopping, post office, etc and not far from Copano Bay. Facilities are pretty well maintained given the size of the park. RV sites are paved and level, roads are paved but narrow. Many sites are in the live oak trees but the management keeps them trimmed back so limbs were not a problem. Though we are paid through the end of month, we are leaving early. We won't be returning.

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Very nice park with excellent amenities. Premium sites are long and spacious and work well for a big rig towing a vehicle. Grounds are nicely landscaped and the Christmas lights were something to see. We used this park for an overnight stop off I-10. Access to the freeway is excellent. In fact, the park is so close to the freeway that road noise is very noticeable and also we could not receive Wi-Fi signal in our coach. Took off 1 point each for these items.

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Visited as an overnight stop off I-10. Convenient to freeway but far enough away that road noise was not a problem. Sites at the rear of the campground are spacious and are easy in and out for a big rig towing a vehicle. Bathrooms and showers were clean but very dated and in need of a remodel. Roads and sites gravel and dirt. Decent overnight stop.

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Two sections to this park, a new section which is suitable for big rigs and an older section which is nicely landscaped but which will be very tight for big rigs. Park has improved wi-fi since our last visit, but we still could not receive the signal at the south end of row 2 in new section. Park is near I-40 with easy on and off but traffic noise is very noticeable especially in the new section. A good overnight stop from I-40 or for longer stay in Albuquerque.

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Nice park with great view of Abiquiu Lake. Upper loop has 50amp power and water but no sewer. Dump station is nearby. Camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. No problem getting our 40' rig in spot with room for parking in front. There are two pull-through sites, but hookups located on curbside given one way direction of road. Would stay here again.

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No restrooms, no Wi-Fi (in spite of what they say), near the highway, no shade, no cable TV, no paving. Why on earth would you want to stay here? The saving grace is that they have big rig sites which you can get into without scraping on landscape rocks or tree limbs. Contrary to the city address on this site, the park is located in Pojoaque which is miles north of Santa Fe. Park seems to have lots of long term residents who must be working in the area. For the features offered, this is the most over-priced RV park in recent memory.

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Decent park but near the highway. Road noise could be a problem for those sensitive to this. Park advertises "Wi-Fi at your site" but what they don't say is that while it may be at your site, it may not be available in your coach. We could not receive the signal in our coach and had to go to the clubhouse. Bathrooms, while clean, are postage stamp size. Toilet and showers are combined together so good luck trying to find a bathroom in the morning when people are showering.

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This is a snowbird park with many park models in place. It is located in a pretty area east of Phoenix. Sites have full hookups but the pads are sand and dirt with no gravel. If it has rained you will sink into the dirt as we did when parking. There are a very limited number of showers and lavatories for a park this size. Wi-Fi worked well which was a surprise. There is nothing special about this park and it is definitely not a 10 rated park, as other reviewers would have you believe.

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This is a beautiful RV park in a beautiful setting. Facilities are first rate and comparable to some of the southern CA ownership resorts. Lots of activities for guests. The only reason for the 9/10 rating is the first month we were here, the Wi-fi was not working well. The park management finally listened, made a change and Wi-Fi began working much better. Bottom line is that for a park of this quality, Wi-Fi must work at every site in the park, all the time. Aside from this issue, this park is as nice as it gets. We will stay here again without a doubt.

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Nice, new park conveniently located near the freeway. Concrete pads are wide but not many pull throughs or long sites available. Our 40' coach occupied full length of site so a 45' coach would not fit. Park is on sloping hillside so many sites are somewhat unlevel. Very helpful staff at park. Bathrooms and showers were cleaned after each use, believe it or not. Wi-fi worked great the entire time of our stay. Excellent laundry facilities. Park was a nice base for visiting Sedona, Cottonwood and Montezuma Castle. We can recommend this park and would stay here again.