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Beautiful COE park, especially when getting 50% off with National Parks Senior Pass. Paved roads and concrete pads. The blind back-in sites back up to the Canyon Lake 150' away so you could hear some boat traffic. VERY large sites with covered picnic tables. We chose an open site (99) allowing the rooftop dish easy access, the 50a utilities worked well (no sewer so used the dump station), Verizon hotspot worked well, rooftop TV antenna worked well also. We'll remember this CG the next time in this area.

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Spent one night here, it's quite close to I-10 so lots of expressway noise. The concrete pull through site was narrow and short so the truck had to be parked across the RV front. 50a and utilities all worked fine. There was grass between the sites and concrete roads narrow. No trees so rooftop dish worked well as did Verizon hotspot. No discounts, good for a nights stop when traveling.

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We spent 3 nights here exploring the area. The pull through length was fine for a 37' fifthwheel and ext cab long box dually. The site was narrow with barely sufficient room for our slide outs and neighbors. Rooftop dish worked fine as no trees at our site, rooftop TV antenna also picked up several local stations. We used our Verizon hotspot with no difficulties. The fellow that checked us in was very friendly and had good local info. He led us to our site to make sure all was well. We did have a problem with 50a as it one leg dropped to 18 volts and shut us down twice the first day. After changing to 30a it was OK for 2 days. The view out the back window was very nice and open. We'd stay here again as it was only about 6 miles off I-10 so we didn't have to tow further considering the poor roads and possible low live oak branches.

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Nice overnight stop 1 mile off I-2. Cement wide roads and sites. Grass between sites. Rate was Passport America back-in site. 50A power was good, didn't use water or sewer. Pool was very nice. Didn't use CG WiFi, used Verizon cell & hotspot which worked well. Site backed up to trees but rooftop dish worked OK. Road behind our site was busy. Staff friendly.

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We were in a pull through (92) site that was plenty long and wide & level. Rooftop dish, Verizon cell & hotspot worked well as did the utilities. Wife used the pool several times. Laundry was $1 to wash or dry. Road was gravel as was the site with grass between sites. Non Escapees can stay in Escapee parks, too. Staff was friendly.

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Located 5 miles off I-20 so it's very quite, peaceful, and dark at night. Location not marked very well. Only 1 other RV here. 50 amp power and water worked well, didn't see or look for a dump station but there could be one here. Rooftop dish and Verizon cell and hotspot worked. CG is large paved circle with several gravel "roads" zig zagging throughout. Sites not really marked but very roomy so finding a site was easy with only 2 RVs here. Pay the $10 fee at golf course office 3 miles away. Great deal for $10.

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Passport America rate for 50 amp power and water with a very long pull-through was $15.50. Dump station OK. 7 miles from downtown Roswell. Power and water fine, rooftop dish, and Verizon worked well, as did Wi-Fi in site #1. Very large green grass area beside us. Roads are gravel as are most sites. CG located at major road intersection so there is road noise. We enjoyed a few military aircraft flying overhead from nearby USAF base. Large cattle operation a mile away so the "country air" smelled when the windows were open.

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All gravel, our pull through was narrow, 1 foot between our slide-out and neighbors & just long enough for truck and 37' RV. 30a, water and sewer worked OK. WiFi dropped out several times, Verizon cell & hotspot worked as did rooftop dish, no trees. Price is PA rate. Adjacent to I-40 so there was road noise. Good for easy low cost 2 night stay.

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Gravel roads and sites. Office open 9am to 1pm 6 days, no Sundays. Camp host site is well marked. WHR members can receive mail. Verizon cell & hotspot worked well. Rooftop dish worked well. 50a, water & sewer worked OK. Pool was very nice and not busy. Lots of room. Very peaceful RV park. Lots of small thistles in the grass.

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Nice CG in the pine trees. The entrance road is about a mile and a gravel road. Inside CG roads and sites are gravel. We were fortunate that our rooftop dish worked through the trees. 30 amp, water, and sewer all worked. Pull-through was not level and short but we were able to park our truck at the back of our the pull-through row. The sites were narrow in this row. Our Verizon cell phone and hotspot worked. Quiet CG, we liked it.

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Price is the Passport America rate 50 amp pull-through. Gravel roads and sites, a little dusty. We had to park the truck adjacent and close to the 5W as the site was short. Verizon cell and hotspot worked well. The CG Wi-Fi was pretty reliable. Rooftop dish worked, no problem with trees. Utilities worked OK. 5 or 6 miles from downtown so it's quiet.

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30 amp power, water, and sewer all OK. Rooftop dish worked (no trees), as did Verizon cell & hotspot. We had easy back in, VERY wide and long. Staff very friendly. We used it as a base to visit SLC.

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OK for overnight. Owner allowed us to take two spaces (narrow but long) as a pull-through when we called. 30 amp power, water, sewer all OK. Rooftop dish worked and so did Verizon cell and hotspot. VERY basic CG. All dirt/gravel. Long term residents with "stuff" scattered around, our neighbor was friendly, didn't see other one. Train tracks across the street but I enjoyed watching several go by on the grade using 6 engines. No office, owner stopped by for payment, friendly with info on the area.

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We liked this park pretty much. The pull through was too short for our 37' 5W and truck so we parked the truck in another site as they were not busy. The WiFi worked well as did the water and sewer. Verizon cell service and hotspot worked. We had a low voltage power problem in the morning when everyone must have been using their heaters. The 30A voltage dropped to 101 volts so our EMS shut off power to the RV. Later in the morning when it warmed up the voltage increased to 117 volts. There are lots of trees between sites so we had to carefully chose a site which would allow our rooftop dish to get a signal. We ate a good BBQ rib dinner in the CG restaurant.

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Very nice small park. Gravel roads and sites with some large pine trees at the rear. Our rooftop dish worked in site 1 and the 50 amp power, water, and sewer worked fine. Friends in site 3 had to move as their EMS showed bad power at that site and would not allow AC power to their RV. We planned for 1 night but enjoyed the peace, scenery, birds and fishing. 2 members of our group fished and caught a few in the stream. We had a good breakfast at the store's restaurant and went to Big Hole Nat'l Battlefield.