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This is a nice, basic overnight or short term park. Not a lot going on in the park or in the vicinity, but ample sites for longer rigs, good water, nice people. We would stay there again.

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This is a former KOA, so sites are gravel as are the roads. The sites are arranged "head to tail", so they are not quite as tight as you usually find in a KOA, or a former KOA. This is probably not a "destination" park, but is plenty good enough for a short stay. Quite a few workers or other permanent residents, but there was no unsightly sites. Sites were very level - we didn't even put down our jacks for just a one night stay. They have quite a store - some groceries and lots of souvenir stuff, books and toys for kids, and some RV supplies. Very friendly and helpful with directions, etc. We would stay here again if in the area.

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I can't really think of anything negative about this park. Sites are wide, plenty long enough for the biggest motorhome, staff are friendly and helpful. The park is located close enough to the city and Old Town, plus there are quite a few shopping options nearby. It is clean, quiet place with free continental breakfast every morning. Can't beat that! Also easy on, easy off from I-40.

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This park has a great restaurant behind the office that serves killer ribs and brisket. The park is just fine with level sites, though some might be a bit tight to get into with a big rig. We managed ok with our 40' rig. WiFi pretty good, all hook ups worked just fine. The town doesn't have much to offer, but for a night or two this park will fill the bill.

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This is an ok place for a night or two, or actually longer. Very bare bones, no frills, but all hookups worked. WiFi was pretty good, sites were level, area, including other units, was clean. If you visit, don't miss the Mesalands Dinosaur Museum. What a gem! We would stay here again.

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This park is full of workers, but is kept quite neat and most rigs are in reasonably good condition. We felt safe and comfortable. Very quiet except for a little highway noise. Many sites are quite tight, but we were escorted around to pick what we thought would be ok for our length, satellite, etc. This is definitely not a "destination park", but is just fine for visiting Tulsa and Route 66 attractions. Easy highway access, reasonably good internet. We would stay here again.

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This park is a gem! Talk about a reasonable price! Used to be a mobile home park associated with a military base, so sites are large with ample parking room for your car or truck. Sites are crumbly cement, but roads are good and each has a picnic table. Very neat, very nice for a one or two night stay. Very quiet, but close enough to stores and restaurants. We will stay here again.

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This is a very nice park with very nice, friendly and helpful owners. Sites are typical KOA - a bit tight compared to some, but for a short stay this is a perfect spot. I especially enjoyed the walking trail that featured beautiful wildflowers and butterflies. We would stay here again.

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This park would rate a lot higher with us if: 1) The area was lighted at night. There are no lights on the site numbers or on the street signs. My husband went out to help someone who came in after dark; they couldn't see either the street signs or site numbers so they could tell where they were supposed to go. 2) We almost got ran down in front of the office by a pickup truck going at least 45 miles an hour into the park. No excuse for not making people adhere to the park's speed limit. 3) No escort to your site, which of course plays into the no lights comment. We would not stay here again.

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Nice park, friendly people. We saw a beautiful sunset, as you are indeed on a hilltop overlooking Fort Stockton. Clean and quiet. A bit tricky to get to, but the manager/woman on duty sent me a text with detailed driving directions, and we had no trouble at all. We would stay there again.

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This is an older park with lots of full-time residents, but is fine for a night or two. Sites and roads are fairly tight - we had a pull-thru, but the car hung out into the street. The manager said "no problem", any other big rigs he'd put in the other end of the park. Pretty pricey for one night on gravel, probably would not stay there again. Also, not enough signage once you get off I-10, but luckily we turned the right way.

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This is a very nice park close to Tombstone. Sites are wide with good water and electricity, and well laid out for any size rig.

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We stayed here two nights, and were very satisfied. Yes, it is a bit pricey, but we felt safe, all hookups were in good shape (and not hidden by shrubbery),and we found it easy in, easy out. Temporary sites are narrow, but were level and plenty long enough for our 40' plus car. Lots of workers living here, but everyone was friendly and sites were reasonably neat and clean. We will stay here again.

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A nice park, but sand burrs made it hard on our dog and ourselves. A bit dusty, also, but still a nice place to stay if you are doing Natchez. Would stay here again.

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We LOVE this park! Well maintained, great view of traffic on the river, close to Memphis and all the city has to offer. We spent two weeks there and will be back!