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Extremely friendly and helpful staff. We stayed here overnight and couldn't have been more pleased with the campground. Lot spacing was spacious with some shade. Site surfaces are gravel and feature a picnic table. If we are ever in Roswell again, this is where we would stay.

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We stopped here overnight on our way west. Very friendly staff. We have 2 small dogs and there is no place to walk them that does not have stickers and or lots of weeds and dirt. I realize this is the desert southwest, but having a grassy area for us campers with dogs does not seem unreasonable. Lot spacing was very close, offering some shade. Site surfaces are gravel and feature a picnic table. We would not stay here again just because it is not dog friendly.

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As previous reviews have stated there are two camping areas. We were in the new section on the top tier. Yes- the curb made backing our 5th wheel into the site more difficult but we managed. Yes- the geese are terrible. Have had problems with our dogs developing intestinal problems after camping where these geese were. We tried to keep them away from our site and the young workers even went after them in their carts. All that being said the view was possibly one of the best we have ever had. We sat out in the evenings with a campfire watching the tankers come in to Two Harbors. Wish we had planned to stay longer. Lots to see and do in the area. We made it to Split Rock Lighthouse but did not have time to go into Duluth. That will have to be for another trip.

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We stopped here for one night on our way back to the states after touring the Canadian Rockies. It was perfect for an overnighter. Easy in and out and all the amenities we wanted. Good Wi-Fi and 50 amps. Nice grassy area for our dogs and very friendly staff.

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We stopped here for the night on our way back to the states after visiting the Canadian Rockies. The site was $38 but we were charged $2 for each of our two small dogs. Thought that was a little much. Especially since they didn't leave our site and we pick up after them. Not sure if I saw any "poop" stations or not. The entrance to the CG is immediately after turning off the main highway and signage is bad. We missed it and ended up having to go "around the block" to get back. We are looking for an easy in and out for our overnighters and this was not it.

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We stopped here after spending a week at Whistlers in Jasper National Park. Needed 50 amps and Wi-Fi. The 50 amps were great but Wi-Fi iffy. We did go into town to the visitors center and found the internet there wonderful. We stay at KOAs often and found this one to be very nice. The staff were friendly and courteous. Our site had the typical KOA grass which our dogs love.

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We stopped at the Shelby RV on our way to the Canadian Rockies and again on our return. We found it to be the perfect place to take care of "business" before leaving the country and then again after coming back. Their Wi-Fi worked great and our AT&T service was strong. Although we did not use the pool or gym in the motel they were there for us. The office staff was helpful and courteous. As previous reviews have stated not really a resort but certainly a clean comfortable campground that had all we needed. We would stay here again.

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This is a work in progress but what's there now is beautiful. The owners are hands on and went out of their way to make our stay as comfortable as possible. The work campers some of the friendliest we've met. There are two areas of campsites. We were in a site "below" in a row. Nice grass between the sites and good utilities. The other area is on a cliff with views of Kabetogama Lake that take your breath away. Wifi some of the best we've found. Electricity went out for a minute during a storm and the wifi was down. Within 15 minutes after I reported it the system was back. We would not stay anywhere else if we ever come back to the area.

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I made reservations for 5 nights at Pine Aire and when we arrived the site we were given was not acceptable. Pine Aire Resort caters to seasonal campers. The east end was wide open and completely full of seasonal units packed and stacked. The west end where we were given a site had trees and our site was narrow and muddy. No gravel or grass. We had been told it was 50 amp and it wasn't. We chose not to stay and we lost our $50 deposit. I don't doubt that the resort may be fine for the seasonals but they should not offer these few sites for folks passing through if they can't make them more attractive. Needless to say we would not go back.

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Hard to rate the service and cleanliness. As previous reviews have stated this is just a huge asphalt parking lot for RVer's stopping to see the glaciers. We dry camped here for 2 nights with glaciers right out our back window. Am sure there is not another spot like it in the world. We could walk to the visitor center and catch the tours to the Skywalk and Athabasca glacier and we were able to take our time exploring the Icefields Parkway from each direction. Would gladly have paid more for this stop.

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Aspen Ridge is an older park that was purchased by new owners. It is a work in progress, and the dedication into making Aspen Ridge a 1st class park is very evident. There are many RV parks to choose from in the South Fork area and most cater to long term summer visitors. Aspen Ridge is no different. The reason we would come back here is because of the wonderful people that run it.

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This is a great CG! You can see the love and attention the owners have expended to make it so nice. Not many places to stop on I-10 in west Texas so we were pleased to find this one. Just an overnight stay but could not have been more pleased. No other place we would stay in Ft Stockton.

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Not many choices when you are traveling I-10. We wanted to get to the east side of El Paso so choose this CG. As previous reviewers have stated the sites for big rigs are more than adequate but the surroundings leave something to be desired. We would probably stop here again for the convenience but for what we got thought it was way overpriced.

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We love this campground. It's small enough not to have a lot of traffic but big enough for some nice walks. When I tried to make a reservation through the Reserve America site, it only listed the sites as being 30 ft. I swapped emails with a very nice person on staff and was assured our big rig would fit. If you go to this web site it gives a map and specifics for each site. http://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/steinaker/maps/campground Lots to see and do here in dinosaur country. We would stay here again.

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We were only here for an overnight stop but had no complaints. The staff is great. I understand the campground has come under new management, and it's a work in progress, and you can see the effort being made. We stayed at the other campground just down the road several years ago, and although we liked it, would probably choose RV World just because of the staff.