About Kent and Margaret

Full time motorhomers with a home base at Jojoba Hills SKP Resort in Southern California. Home is where we park it.

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The park changed hands last March and we can see that the new owners are not keeping the park as clean as the previous owners. They need to do a better job mowing, picking up fallen tree branches and other debris. We stayed here last year and we can see the difference; it is just an average park. The hookups were as expected and performed just fine. The park is fine for a night or two. We would stay here again.

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The park is a lovely one with nice trees but yet open enough to get DirecTV. The park roads in our part of the huge campground were very narrow and could be rather confusing. Our site had full hookups, something COE parks rarely have. All of the utilities performed well. This part of the campground could get crowded and close with sites positioned in an odd sort of way. We would stay here again in the future.

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This park is off the beaten path but it is on a real nice lake. The campground has numerous poorly maintained sites. The whole park needs some TLC. We got one of the best sites number 12. You have 30 amps electric, no water on site and no sewer. There are a very few water faucets to fill your tank or you can bring in your own water. There are no dumpsters in the campground; they are outside the campground at the dump station. The dump station is well designed. We would stay here again.

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We stayed in Cedar Point Campground RV area for three nights. The water and 50 Amp electric hookups were adequate. The parking surface was pretty level. There are trees for some shade. The lake views from our site are beautiful. Our DirecTV and Verizon coverage were great as were the local TV choices. There is an "iron ranger" to pay for your stay. We got the $2/night senior discount. This was our first stay at an Oklahoma State Park and were pleasantly surprised. We would stay here again.

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We stayed in the dry camping area for three evenings. We pulled straight into space R-8 so we could enjoy the beautiful view of the Rio Grande. We actually enjoyed the dry camping spot better than we did the park with hookups. We would stay here again.

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This is the late season price. The campground host is the best. The 30 Amp electric was adequate but the voltage gets a little low when the park is full and air conditioners are running. Use your surge protector to be fully safe when voltage drops. Water is good. Close to activities and shopping. We would stay here again in the future.

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Stayed here a number of years ago and the park is still the clean nicely groomed park it was back then. We had a back in space which costs less. The hookups are as they should be. The asphalt pad is large enough to park our Jeep with room to spare. The casino is the same; I still lose! The food in the buffet is absolutely awful. Don't bother with that. We would stay here again for a couple of nights.

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The volunteer park host directed us right to our spot and answered our questions. The water and electric hookups were as they should be. We parked on grass which was clean and well groomed. There is no onsite dump; however, the nearby county dump is the best I have ever seen. The lodge was well equipped and had a meal almost every evening. The shopping in the area is close and has just about everything. The area is absolutely beautiful. We would certainly return here again.

     

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Sunrise Campground

Bozeman, Montana

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This park was just average for us. We were guided to our pretty level gravel site. The full hookups were adequate. The wifi, even though our rig was almost touching the antenna, was almost nonexistent. We thought when we pulled in, oh boy wifi, Not! The rigs are very close together in a very busy park. The noise from the Interstate and the railroad tracks is always there with you. The city of Bozeman is absolutely gorgeous and has every service you would need. We might stay here again.

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Immediately when we arrived, we were greeted and served by the nicest work campers in the office. After registering, we were given free ice cream. We were escorted to our pretty level site with a view. Yes, you encounter a dusty road for a short distance getting here; so slow down like the sign says. We had no trouble finding the park. You are guided to the park by a number of signs; you can turn your GPS off. The water and electric site we had was adequate but the voltage can dip as the park fills with everyone using their air conditioners. There is no dump station here for those of us who could not get a sewer site. That is odd! We had nice shade for the afternoon sun. The laundry has two washers/dryers. The wifi did not work in our site. We would stay here again.

     

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Deer Park Campground

Buffalo, Wyoming

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We have stayed in this park before some years ago. It seems to be an old KOA park. The park is adequate for a night or two. The hookups in our site were adequate. The sewer hookup is rather misplaced and is a long way from where it should be. We could not get DirecTV through the trees but there is cable TV in the park. The staff were friendly and helpful. We would stay here for a night or two again.

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We stayed here for a couple nights as guests of friends who are members and our cost per night reflects that. The park is beautiful and has literally any activity you could ever wish for. The pool is magnificent. It has doggie parks. It has everything, even its own fuel station right in the park. Our utilities were as we expected with no surprises. The only thing which could be viewed as a negative are the excessive amount of very strictly enforced rules. The park is filled with very friendly, very happy people. The park is a very safe place to stay with security patrolling the park constantly. We would stay here again sometime.

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There has been 50 Amp service added to the park since it was reviewed last. Also, a new state of the art fish cleaning station has recently been added. There is no water on your parking site here so you need to bring in your own water or use a faucet in the park to fill your tank. The parking is fine gravel on asphalt and our site was easy to level up on. This place is all about fishing and some nice walleyes are caught here. We were here for only night so we weren't able to fish. There is a nice dump station to use as you leave. We would definitely return here.

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This park is a real find. We don't want to leave. This park is not full hookups since there is no sewer hookup. The parking surface is a bit of grass, a bit of gravel and a bit of soil. All of that is just fine since the park is a diamond in the rough. Our big rig came in and parked just fine. Everyone is so friendly. Yes we would stay again and again.

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Our pull through site was huge and very level. The water and electric hookups were perfect. A dump station is adequate and is very usable with no problems at all. The whole park which is large has an incredible amount of activities for all ages. We were parked adjacent to the beautiful golf course. This is probably the finest city campground we have ever stayed at and is a credit to the citizens of Sayre, OK. We would definitely return here again.