Tim and Susan

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This park is one of very few parks that I have given a 10 rating. This is a large park with large, open parking for large RVs as well as cabins, tent sites, and other sites for smaller RVs. Excellent wifi, power,water, fire rings, sewer connections. Beautiful trees and well kept grounds and roads. The owners were very helpful and wanted you to have a good experience at the park. Lots of seasonal campers but there is room for the RVers who are just passing thru.

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Best park in the area for a view of Lake Michigan and the Mackinac Bridge. The arrangement of power, water and sewer on the sites that overlook the lake are "interesting" and they work. The buses drive straight in so the front of the bus faces the lake. The 5th wheels and other trailers back in so the back window faces the lake. This means the RV electrical, water and sewer maybe facing each other. This solved with multiple sewer hookups as well as dual water connections. The sites were close but it did not distract from the view.

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We needed a half way point between Duluth and St. Ignace, and this park fit the bill. It is a well run park on the shore of Lake Michigamme. They have boat rentals and a nice beach. Wifi is very good. Yes, there is a railroad thru the park but it has very low usage. Nice back-in spot with 50 Amp service.

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Easy access even though it is 13 miles south of Duluth. The drive to Duluth and the North Shore is easy. Nice, well kept park. Staff is very knowledgeable about the area and we got great tips. WiFi was some of the best we have experienced.

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Nice park with lots of shade trees. We only stopped for an overnight and it was easy to get to and fuel was available a few miles away. Follow the Campground instructions for getting there.

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We have stayed at Coffee Creek before and on this visit we had trouble with the 50 Amp service. I had 50Amp service problems before and thought it was the breaker in my 5th wheel. On this visit the breaker in the park box would break when I used my second AC. When I got to the next RV Park in Oklahoma City, I had no issues with running both ACs. Conclusion, Coffee Creek has issues with their 50 Amp service--we were in #12. In Texas in July and August--50 Amp service must work or you will be HOT. We will stay elsewhere in the future.

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We have stayed here many times in the past. The location on Cerrillos Road is the big draw. The sites are all gravel with no grass. We used a back in that was good because the west sun was away from our door so the heat of the day was not as intense. Everyone in the park was friendly. There are only a few back in 50A sites. You will need 30 feet of sewer line as well as water lines. All the hookups are at the back of the site. The WiFi was OK. Our satellite worked great because the AZ was 183 degrees which was away from the RV Park. I get the feeling that new park management is trying to keep the park in good condition. There were fewer permanent residents than what I remember from the past. It seems that most Santa Fe parks have done away with cable service but with no change in price. We may try another park next time to see if there is a difference. The Santa Fe bus stop is close and we use it all the time to go downtown. Seniors can ride all day for $1! Food shopping and other shopping is just south on Cerrillos Road.

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We had stayed here a few years ago and was not really impressed. We stayed this time, and the park is really a great place to stop for a night or stay longer in the area if needed. Great pull throughs, excellent power, water, sewer. WiFi is very good. The location outside Ft. Stockton in the country is very nice--great sunsets and sunrises. The office manager is wonderful, and the park shows that they care about it. Nice grass areas between the sites and plenty of room to move around the RV park to park. Easy access to Ft. Stockton for fuel, shopping for supplies or just sightseeing. We would definitely stay here again.

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We are here for a family gathering and the park has all the facilities for our use--water park, swimming pools, play grounds, indoor activities for the kids, and lots of shade. The staff is attentive and very busy. It is a large park with lots of spaces and cabins. We were here during the week so I don't know about weekends and how busy it maybe. We were able to get the television that we needed--not that much because we were busy doing other things. Yes we would return.

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We selected this park because it was near our grandkids and had 4 swimming pools along with playground equipment for them. The park is well laid out with cabins and RV sites. We had a nice back-in site with great shade especially in the afternoon when the heat can be high. The pools were set up for adults, family, and children. The pools were GREAT. The owner is on site and very friendly. The nine hole Par 3 golf course was also nice looking--I did not have time to play. We will definitely return.

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This RV Park is in a great location to visit all the historic sites in the Boston Area. The staff is very helpful in recommending touring sites like the Minute Man Historic National Park. The MBTA Commuter Rail station is about 4 miles away with good parking. The park is great with lots of trees and good water, electric and Wi-Fi. The laundry works very well. The local area has diesel, restaurants and shops. We would definitely return here.

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This is a large RV Park but its location near Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park makes its location excellent. It has the longest pull throughs that I have ever seen--most about 200 feet long. Lots of room between sites. Wi-Fi was up and down but did work sufficiently to get along. We would stay there again. Good restaurants nearby and the staff was very friendly and helpful. They had great information on how to see Acadia NP and the local area.

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We stayed here through hurricane Irene--extended out stay to avoid the weather. Excellent back-in and pull through sites. The Wi-Fi works very well, cable at all sites, and there is a small local restaurant nearby. Good access from Billings Road and easy access to Bangor and services along US 2. We would stay here again. One of the best small RV Parks we have stayed in.

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A very nice park about 1 mile off I-44. The rate is for the Good Sam discount with an additional $5 off. The park is well designed with a lot of seasonal campers who leave their RV's at the park. Everyone is very friendly. The Wi-Fi works well and we enjoyed the evening watching the lightning bugs. We would stop here again.

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Easy access off I-44. While the park is near the Highway the road noise was not bad. Nice pull thrus with tall trees through out the park. The trees did not interfere with pulling the trailer to the site. We would definitely stop here again. Wi-Fi worked great.