Gary Sanders

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Stayed 3 nights for the Fire & Ice Bike Rally in Grants, NM. Long sites to accommodate any size rig and tow vehicle or toad. Park is located behind casino/hotel and a truck stop that contains a McDonalds, convenience store, and laundromat. Decent casino restaurant and hotel swimming pool is available to RV park patrons. RV park does have a clubhouse where there are showers and bathrooms, a small lounge, and check-in, but hours of operation are limited. Check-in is also available at hotel. Cable, electric, and water all functioned adequately and the park is a good choice for a few days to explore the surrounding area, as the price is reasonable for for the amenities given.

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A well run RV park with great views, good Wi-Fi, and larger than average sites that can easily accommodate the largest of rigs. Located in the high desert just outside of Taos, with easy access to all that Taos has to offer; and to the Enchanted Circle where the mountain towns of Eagle Nest, Angel Fire, and Red River are just a short drive away. The owners themselves are great and work very hard to ensure your stay is everything you expected. We rate them a perfect 10!!!

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Small privately owned (owner lives on property) RV campground that has full hookups and free wi-fi. Park is situated in the ponderosa pines of the Jemez mountains at an elevation of 7600 ft. Unable to acquire satellite due to pine trees and no over the air channels could be found but we didn't care with so much to do and explore in this area.

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Very nice state park located in Show Low, AZ. Park roads and sites are paved with concrete patio and large table. Most sites have lake views and are located just a minute or two walk away from lake. One of the best places to stay in the area.

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We have stayed here a few times when in the area and have found it to be pleasant. It is owned and operated by the White Mountain Apache Tribe as is the adjacent casino and hotel. Since the RV park is located in a recreational resort area with many outdoor activities throughout the four seasons, the majority of RV sites are used as summer/winter (getaway) homes by residents of Phoenix and Tucson. Cable, water, and utilities were all in good condition. Depending on when you go and availability, sites can be extremely nice and large or can be tight in some cases.

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Campsite is a somewhat level piece of land that overlooks the Mittens of Monument Valley. There were several sites that had large ramadas with tables available. Rough road into park that has porta-potties for bathrooms and no hook-ups, showers, or water available. Strictly dry-camping with incredible views. Hotel is just a 1/4 mile away.

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No cost, no frills NPS park for campers visiting Canyon de Chelly. No hookups, or showers,with bathooms and water nearby. Lots of trees with sites on the small side although there were a few larger sites available. Overall, an adequate place to stay for night or two.

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Stayed 3 days while exploring Mesa Verde and surrounding area. Pools was out of order 2 of those 3 days but was nice when it opened on the last day. Casino has decent restaurant and RV park facilities were in good condition. Would stay here again if in area.

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New RV park adjacent to new Sky Ute Casino and Resort. Nicely laid out, with extra large sites that include full use of the resorts amenities. State of the art park although a bit on the pricey side.

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Heron Lake is a beautiful state park with many ways to camp. We stayed in the Blanco Loop where electric (30/20 Amp)and water were located on your site. Most of the sites appeared to have sufficient space, although a few sites were small for larger coaches. All in all a great way to spend a few days.

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Park is well maintained with good views of the lake from most campsites. Plenty of dry camping available along edge of lake if that is your cup of tea. Minutes away from historic Las Vegas, NM.

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Poorly managed with employees that are sorely lacking in any hospitality training. Sites are adequately sized but poorly designed with table and small shelter placed on the wrong side of RV. Water spigot missing handle and sewer cover in pieces. There is a nice lake and walking paths with a casino nearby. I've been to other casino rv parks for half the price of this location where I had a better overall experience.

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A well maintained state park with plenty to do for everybody.

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Brantley State Park is a nice place to stay on the way to Carlsbad Caverns National Park. The sites have a sturdy shelter and table with large level pads. Everything was well taken care of.

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This RV park near Carlsbad Caverns is more family oriented with plenty of activities for children. We stayed mid-week and the park was at full capacity. The park is not a resort style park, but all the amenities were in good condition and the park employees very attentive. Overall, a pleasant way to spend a few days while exploring the Caverns.