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Nice Park with easy access to I-10. Large grass/dirt pull thrus. Big, clean swimming pool. Complementary breakfast. We would stay here again.

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Easy access to I-12, no road or train noise. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. You can fish the stocked pond without a license. One of the full timers caught a 5lb bass. Great pool and playground. We opted for a lakeside site and really enjoyed our stay here. Sites are spacious and have extra paved parking area. We would stay here again.

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Nice park with easy access to I-10 (take the Brooks Road Exit--East bound Exit 845). Clean Park, friendly staff, nice sites, good size pool, free breakfast. The only negative was murky swimming pool water.

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Arrived to find the pool closed for repairs. Didn't ask why the repairs were not done during cooler weather. It is very important to follow the directions to the Park posted on the Park's website and not your GPS! Otherwise you will encounter either a low clearance situation or steep, impassable rail road crossing.

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Not much to add to other reviews. Met Owner. He is friendly and concerned about the up keep of the Park. Once the planted trees grow taller, they will provide shade and a needed windbreak. We would stay here again.

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Opted to stay at this park only because calls placed to another park went unanswered. Owner/Manager was friendly. Park is right on the Pecos River, but is old and run down. Most of the occupants are full timers. Owner said family health issues might compel him to sell the park. We would not stay here again.

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Friendly staff, conveniently located and within walking distance of most of the things to see and do in Tombstone. We stayed here on a Monday afternoon/night and what I would describe as the separate travelers' section of the Park was only a third occupied. So there was ample space between rigs.

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I think the previous reviewer has his parks mixed up. This is a clean park in a safe location. The Park is a snowbird destination and during our one night stay in mid-July was practically empty. The Park has two very nice pools and a hot tub. WiFi strength was strong. Because it was "Off Season" the office operates on reduced hours 8:00 AM to Noon M-S and closed on Sunday. Travelers arriving after hours who weren't able to make reservations choose their own site and register the next morning. We would stay here again.

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This is a bare bones RV Park. The only reason we stayed was to attend a nearby family reunion. The only real amenities are the pool and casino. Thye should use some of the gambling profits to turn the Park into a class act. We have paid less per night on this trip and had both cable and good WiFi.

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We stay here for 3 weeks in June & July, including over the 4th of July weekend, and occupied 2 different sites. 50 Amp site, weekday rate was $78, 30 Amp site weekday rate $73, 30 Amp weekend rate $78, and 30 Amp 4th of July Holiday rate $83. WiFi was iffy. A lot of children of all ages and teenagers were staying at the park; some of whom operated rental bikes, scooters, skateboards, etc carelessly, putting people and property in danger. The park offers plenty of activities for kids. It is conveniently located. Road noise was not an issue.

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Small, clean park. Not many frills, but conveniently located. We would stay here again. We stay thru a weekend and were charged an extra $10 per night for Friday and Saturday nights. If Monterrey is on your itinerary, I strongly recommend you make reservations at this or other local parks as early as possible.

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2nd time staying here and would probably stay here again. Our 2 1/2 and 5 1/2 grandchildren loved the adjoining water park; and it kept us Old Farts young too. For the price charged, decent WiFi and cable TV should be included. They should also provide a discount to the property's water park. A major issue is level sites. Employees (maybe just seasonal employees) think if a site is paved it is level. False! On both stays here we had to purchase an elevated step stool so we could safely get out of our RV. I know this is not the first time this issue has been commented on, and would suggest if the owners don't fix this problem they will ultimately face relative legal challenges. This is a favorite, seasonal site for all kinds of reunions, so plan your reservations accordingly.

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2nd stay here. Close to Yellowstone NP entrance, but still 20 or more miles (one way) from major park attractions. WiFi and Cable services are marginal and for 1) this class of RV Park/Resort and 2) what guests are paying SHOULD be better. If I couldn't get a f/u reservation on the Park, I would stay here again.

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Overnight stay only. Rawlins is in part of a natural wind tunnel/funnel, so flying dirt and dust can be a constant factor. This is a gravel, treeless RV park.

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We have stayed here before and find it conveniently located for our needs. It seemed as if there are more full timers living in the Park. Some of whom have erected canopy garages for their POVs. WiFi service is very poor.