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Price reflects monthly rate. Nice laid back campground. Well maintained. Friendly and helpful hosts. Free popcorn and laundry! Long level gravel sites for overnighters. We stayed 2 months and got to know the hosts and other campers and all were great neighbors.

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$15.00 rate is Passport America and off season. Great place, paved sites with plenty of room between sites. No wifi or cable at sites, but the area is so pretty that you won't want to stay inside. Wifi is available in laundry areas. I would give R-Ranch a ten except the roads to the ranch are very narrow and winding. Follow the earlier poster's advise and come in off Yahoola Road. The people working at R-Ranch are all very nice and helpful. When we arrived there was a problem with the electric and within five minutes of our call they arrived and fixed the problem. Park is clean and well kept.

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The rate cited is for a long term stay. Wi-Fi is available only at office and nearby sites. Wi-Fi does not work in 80% of park. Great place for overnight stay. Good clean camp area with reasonably level sites and good gravel road. However, it is not good for long term stay. Rules and more rules. Rules are good and work to keep things clean and respectful. However, at this campground the rules are used to kick you out. As stated in the rules, any infraction is an excuse to kick you out. I mentioned that one of the dryers was not working properly and the response I got was "That is the way it is." I also got a nasty look. During my stay here I felt like I was being watched the whole time and they were just waiting for me to break a rule so they could kick me out. Not a comfortable feeling during long term stay. My neighbor was asked to leave because he put "non-household" garbage in the dumpster.

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I am not sure of the rate because I forgot to write it down so the $30 is a guess on my part. This park was clean and nicely kept. I had no trouble getting in or out of my site with a 40 foot motorhome with the toad attached. We arrived late and paid in the drop box planning to stay only one night but because of medical issues we needed to stay an extra night. I went to the office well after the check out time to pay for our extra night and found the office help very friendly and pleasant to work with. I would recommend this park to anyone passing through the area.

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Rate shown reflects weekly rate discount with the addition of several days stay averaged. We stayed in their longer term area and really enjoyed our stay. Everyone was friendly and pleasant to be around. Campground is clean and well maintained. Laundry is reasonably priced with newer machines in a spotless room. Sites have fire ring and table. Internet connection is dependent on your campsite as the signal is weak. It seemed that almost every camper had a pet, but there were no droppings on the ground as everyone picks up after themselves. This campground is near enough to the interstate to have easy access but far enough away that the traffic noise should not bother anyone.

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12 miles south of Meade and US 54 on Kansas 23 is Meade State Park. Beautiful State Park surrounding the lake, that is open year round. Main roads are paved while camp roads are gravel. We used one of the pull through sites and had easy entry and exit. Large level site with fire ring, grill and picnic table. Staff was friendly and helpful. They are in process of switching from their own reservation system to using Reserve America, therefore it might be a good idea to call ahead.

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There are three campgrounds and three cabins in this park. Osage Plains Campground has 15 full hook up sites and 8 electric and water sites. Of the 15 full hook up sites 7 of them are pull through. Main roads and pull through sites are paved. Sites have fire ring picnic table and grill. The sites are lightly shaded and spacious. Bigger rigs should stay in this area. Cross Timbers Campground has 24 electric and water camp sites. This area has a paved entry road with the rest graveled. Sites in this area are smaller and more rustic. Sandstone Campground is for tents and has 60 sites. Main road is paved with graveled sites. Park is open all year. It has a small beach area, and each campground has a playground. Some sites are reservable by calling the park office.

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This is an older campground. Water electric and sewer are all adequate. Very near to I-40 so there will be highway noise. Sites are all gravel and are flat and level. Good place for an over night stop. With doors and windows closed the highway noise is tolerable. Owners are friendly and helpful. I would stay here again.

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We paid the weekly rate, and therefore, got a discounted price. They have different rates for different parts of the campground. Mountain view sites are premium sites and are more than sites located in the interior of the park. This park is immaculate. After a rig pulls out they sweep the concrete pad, check for any debris, and rake the pea gravel that surrounds the site. This campground is meticulously maintained. All sites, patios, and roadways are paved and spotless. Staff was friendly with coffee served every morning. The nearby casino serves good food at reasonable prices.

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We really liked this campground. However, it has only 30 amp electric at the sites. There are no water or sewer hook-ups in the campground. There are water spigots scattered throughout the park, but many were turned off for repair. We were lucky to get a very large site, some are rather narrow for bigger rigs. This campground is in the desert. We saw a coyote walk through our loop and heard them at night. Very natural setting with lots of birds among the cactus. Sites are generally level and gravel. Friendly and helpful staff.

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Very nice and helpful people in this park. Most people here stay for a month or more. Good water and electric, but the WiFi is weak. Some site are confusing because people park themselves and get misaligned. Wild burros frequent the park and sometimes bray at night. One unusual consequence of these nightly visits is that the burros would turn on the water to get a drink, so the owners removed the knobs from the water spickets. So ask where to find the water knob. Great place for access to Organ Pipe National Monument.

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$33 rate was their 3 night special at that time. Their discounted rates change frequently. For a large commercial park the sites are large and level. If you have a bigger unit you will need to jockey back and forth to get into your site due to the landscaping. Nice pool and activity center, with fish fry on most Fridays. I really liked Rio Bend and would have rated it much higher except there was an occasional sewer smell and the area around the utility hookups was dirt and mud.

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$25 rate includes electric usage of $7 per day. Nice park for extended stays. Large level lots and very friendly people. WiFi at recreation building but not at sites. Has a dog run but it's a long walk to get there.

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Friendly, clean and well maintained park. Nice garden area next to office, and duck pond up front. Huge level sites. Only down side is no fuels or groceries for 40 to 50 miles. So bring your food and top off your tanks before you get here. WiFi was OK. Coronado National Forest and Chiricahua National Monument are nearby.

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This park works well for Escapee's as an overnight stop on I-10. Easy access of the highway. Friendly folks and a very nice fenced dog run. Everything was clean. It is really a large gravel lot with hookups so its not someplace we'd spend extended time. The price is the base $12 included $4.52 metered electric cost (we ran our electric heaters overnight) plus tax.