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We stayed one night as we were passing through the panhandle. It is not a destination but if you need somewhere to stay for one night - it is good enough. The price is good as well. There are issues at this park. First, roads are narrow and navigation requires some skill if you are over 30 feet long. Second, there is no WiFi at the park. However, it is right off of Loop 335 on the east side of town with plenty of restaurants and fuel stations just minutes away. The family that owns this place are super nice.

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This was our 6th year staying at Elk Meadow. You can't beat the location. The sites are spaced fairly well - especially if you are on the "G" row. I wold have rated it a "7" if it were not for the beautiful area, views from the park, and the proximity to RMNP. There are problems. First, the roads are horrible and need a major upgrade. Second, due to some of the slopes on the hills, you can end up with a very unlevel site or a site where your sewer connector is much higher than your sewer outlet on your RV. Third, is the dust. Since the roads are not paved, the wind just creates dust storms that are almost unbearable if you are sitting outside. So: to the folks at Elk Meadow - please pave the roads, level the sites, and fix the height of some of the sewer connections. Once you do that you will truly have a world-class park that is worthy of a "10".

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We stayed a week at Rafter J Bar. It is a very nice campground and appears to be well run. We were in the Line Camp area and my biggest complaint was the road noise from the highway. It wasn't horrible but at $65.00 a night, I would expect it to be a lot quieter. The WiFi never worked in our area the entire time we were there. Our site was level and my satellite dish was able to work well. I have T-Mobile as my cell carrier and I had very strong signal inside the camper. There are some very nice sites at Rafter J (the vast majority) but we did walk the campground and saw some very bad sites as well (very unlevel, close to the highway, close to neighbors). All in all it is a good place. There are lots of choices in the area so I would probably try something different the next time I come back to the Black Hills.

     

Limon KOA

Limon, Colorado

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Stayed one night at this KOA while passing through Limon. It had rained a lot and the roads were a mess. If we had gotten more rain the entire place would have been a mud pit. The spaces were tight and the roads were tight. Very pricey in my opinion. The right price for this stay should have been about $28.00.

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We spent 1 night at Twin Pine when passing through Slaton. Easy to find location, with easy in/out pull-through. Definitely not a "destination" but is good stop over point if you are traveling through this part of Texas. Customer service was great and the we had no issues. We will stay again the next time we pass through.

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Visiting Forth Worth for a weekend and stayed three nights. Navigation around the park with our 40 foot 5er was easy. I suspect that at least 75% of the people are long term. The park was well maintained. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Some of the sites are spaced fairly well, others appeared to be very tight. We stayed in D13 and it was not too tight. Roads were good and the site was fairly level. The WiFi service was surprisingly good for as full as the park was. The latency was low and we were able to stream NetFlix with minimal amount of buffering delays. I would stay here again.

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This was our first stay at Gulf Waters. It is an absolutely beautiful place and one of the nicest RV Parks we have stayed at - definitely in the top 10%. The sites are very private and spacious. The roads and pads are concrete and level. The roads are not tight but they are not wide either - just swing wide around the turns. The WiFi was slow and unusable. (I don't understand why nice RV Parks put in such crappy WiFi.) All in all a great place to stay and much nicer than any other place on Mustang Island. Do not hesitate to stay here.

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This was our 5th year staying at Elk Meadow. We love the location next to RMNP and the really nice people there. They have a new General Manager who is very visible and very helpful. He came by our RV twice to check on us. We stayed on the "G" row, which has an unobstructed view of the mountains so it is a little more costly. Our site was a little unlevel but the auto-leveling system in the the new 5er handled it easily enough. However what do you expect, you are camping in the mountains so stuff is going to be unlevel. On our 3rd day there our truck suffered a catastrophic fuel system failure. It was going to take 7 to 10 days to get it repaired. The people at Elk Meadow were very understanding. Unfortunately the entire park was already booked up for the next week (100%) so we couldn't stay longer. The staff helped us find a "volunteer" to help move our RV to a dry storage area while the truck is being repaired. The staff is mostly Work-Campers so they are great and helpful people. Beautiful place and we will definitely stay there again.

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We stayed one night while passing through (going from Texas to Colorado). We usually stay at a different park in Lamar but decided to try this one since I heard it was under new ownership. Wow - what a mistake. First of all, the service was horrible. The kid (and I do mean kid - only about 13 years old) took my money and said OK - find a place and help yourself. I asked if could tell me which sites were empty so before I started driving around looking for one and he said he didn't know. I could see through the window that it was fairly full (not sure why). So I drove around looking for a site. The sites that were open were soggy wet and the water had been standing for a while so there is definitely a drainage problem. Plus the area smelled like sewer. (Yes, it is a horse motel, and that is a totally different smell.) The sites are very short and very close together. Finally it appeared they had installed new power pedestals and sewer hookups - kudos to them. The power pedestals were fine - no issues. However the sewer hookups are about 9 inches above the dirt. The sewer hookup on my RV is fairly low and near the front of my rig. Since my site was unlevel I had lowered the front of my rig to even it up. That made the sewer hookup almost uphill. Needless to say I didn't get my tanks dumped well before I left. We will NOT stay there again.

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We truly enjoyed our stay at Wagon Master RV Park. We stayed for 3 nights while our daughter was at UNT orientation down in Denton, TX. We met the owners who are delightfully nice people. The RV park is also an alpaca farm, which is very cool. When they feed the alpacas in the evening (about 8 PM) they will let you go with them and you can help feed and pet the animals. Neat experience and very lovable creatures. The sites are all fairly large and not cramped on top of each other. The roads are wide and gravel covered. The entrance area was a little rough but understandable due to all of the rain that has fallen in the last few months in North Texas. We will definitely stay there again as we go up to the Denton area to visit our daughter while she attends UNT.

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Stayed a few nights visiting family in the area. It was wet and rainy so mud and water everywhere. Backed up to the river for a nice view.

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Spent Thanksgiving week and weekend at Garner for the 7th year in a row. Great place and beautiful scenery. This year we had great weather as well. This time we were in the Rio Frio area (Site #461) - we usually stay in the Shady Meadows area. The park rangers definitely need to do a little maintenance on low hanging limbs throughout the park. In multiple places I was worried about the limbs dragging down the roof of my RV.

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Absolutely awesome place. We stayed in one of the front left sites that had a little more room than the sites in the rear. Beautiful location, nice people and a great location for exploring the Durango area. The showers and restrooms were great. This is now on our all time favorite places to stay. Highly recommended.

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The perfect place for a one night stop over while traveling through the Texas Panhandle. This was our second time staying at Overnight RV Park. The owners are great. We arrived late, but they had an envelope with all of my information in it on the late arrival's board. A little dated on the facilities, but everything is clean and in good working order. Sites are level and a little close, but easy to get in and out of with our 40 foot 5th wheel. Definitely will stay there again as we traverse the great state of Texas to get to Colorado.

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Wow what a great place to stay. Beautiful location and great landscaping in the resort. Hands down the nicest RV resort we have ever stayed in. However, it is a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for. On the negative side, the young lady that registered us was extremely rude and had no interest what so ever in helping us. The resort is huge and very little assistance is giving on helping you get to your site. She basically just handed me a map and said bye. The sites are large with plenty of space. We were in the "club" spaces near the recreational area. Finally, the restrooms and showers were a little disappointing. There is only one commode in the men's rest room. The showers are very small. I am a small person and the shower stall was tight. A larger person will have trouble just moving their arms to dry off. The restrooms are always hot. We were there in July and the restrooms were in the mid to high 80's all the time. All in all, a very nice place. I few issues, but nothing is perfect. We will definitely stay there again!