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We just spent the night when passing thru. This is an old park our site didn't have sewer. There is a restaurant in the CG and there we a lot of local cars parked in front of it so it must be OK. The bathrooms are inside the restaurant building and are more like a residential bathroom with a bathtub than what you would normally expect to find. There is a spring onsite and swimming is permitted but we got there too late for that. This place was OK for an overnight off I-10 but we wouldn't spend more time here than that.

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We just spent the night when passing thru the area. The sites are pull thrus. WIFI was usable. The park is clean and we maintained. It is a bit off major highways and takes a bit to find it.

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We just spent an overnight stop here. The park was full but the management cleared out a spot not normally rented so that we could have a place to stay. The park was clean and well managed. WIFI was adequate. It was well landscaped with a river/creek running thru the park. My wife wants to return and spend some time in this area on a future trip.

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Nice park, clean and well maintained. WIFI was usable. The owners do suffer from Rule-itis with many signs telling you what you can't do. They have a 9 PM curfew for kids which our 17 year olds didn't appreciate. Cut offs are banned from the pool, which mystified me. But despite that the park was a pleasant location. The park has unusual landscaping with artwork laid out in the gravel with colored rocks and wooden chainsawed statuary. We spent 3 days here to explore the area.

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I'm not sure where the other camper stayed who posted that review. We got here around sunset. The entire CG was a sea of mud, I had to shift into 4WD to move thru the CG. We searched in vain for a site that had all three utilities working: water, sewer, power but never found one. We thought we had one but the water faucet turned out to be non-functional. The place was littered with trash and was completely neglected. Right now I'd have to rate this cg as the worse I've seen in recent memory.

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This is a small, mostly residential rv park in downtown Austin. We only stopped here because we were having a vehicle problem and needed to get off the road ASAP. The park has pull thrus, the spaces are tight but you can extend your slides. Most of the park seems to be residential. WIFI was OK. The bathrooms are old but clean. The morning we were getting ready to leave we discovered a slow leak in one of the RV's tires and had to remove it and look for a Tire repair shop. The puncture turned out to be non-repairable and we ended up going to 4 tire shops to find a replacement tire. We it became apparent the we were going to be a few minutes late leaving (past the noon checkout time) the own was quite obnoxious when asked for an extension. He claimed he had someone coming that was getting that particular site. However there were at least 6-7 empty sites making that claim less than believable. We left at 12:20. So overall if you want to be right in downtown Austin this may be the place for you. Aside from the unpleasant owner it was OK. It is almost adjacent to a large downtown park on the River.

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This park seems to be a failed resort type park. There is a swimming pool but it's locked up. The park itself is bare dirt, with sand spurs. All the sites are concrete paved pull-throughs. There seem to be many permanent residents with trash and junk all over the park. The restrooms were semi-clean but decrepit. Each site has a trash can hanging on a pole and a barbeque grill of the type usually found in state parks. Some of the power boxes have broken jacks and some of the water facets are broken. There is a row of empty FEMA type mobile homes.

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Excellent park even has it's own museum of WWII (mostly) gear. The park is off in a residential area but not too hard to find. It was very clean with very friendly owners. WIFI was good. The sites are shaded and landscaped. We were here for 2 days exploring the area.

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OK this looked like a new park. They have landscaped it but the trees are still small. All sites are pull thrus and had plenty of room. The WIFI was usable. The place is clean and well maintained. It is close to the Interstate. It is intended as a feeder to the Casino but we don't gamble and didn't partake.

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OK we drove in here and wanted to stay. However they park has a very strange arrangement for parking RV's. They have long pull thru sited and two RV's are expected to park in each pull thru. However that leaves the second RV with a trapped tow vehicle. It is trapped between the end of the first first RV already parked in the site and the RV behind the tow vehicle! In other words only a Class A, B or C RV could practically use the second spot. None the less they tried to put us in one but did warn us. So if you have a towed RV call ahead and see if you can get a site that you can get out of. We ended up at the Ft Hall casino park. The Cowboy park itself was clean, well maintained and otherwise looks like a good place to stop.

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Nice CG but is off the main highways. Good sites, strong WIFI signal. Park is very clean and well maintained. People running the park were very helpful and friendly.

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Right off let me post a BIG WARNING about getting to this CG. It sits right next to I-90, on the south side, and the underpass is TOO LOW for large RV's. If my son hadn't noticed the sign just before we went under I would have removed our a/c and other roof items. So you have to stay on the south side of I-90 to use this cg. We had to go east on the Interstate to the next exit and turn around and come back to get off on the south side. OK the CG itself is excellent. Well landscaped with grass and lots of trees. Very clean and with moderately large pull thru sites. The people working there were pleasant. It's a bit pricey but not compared to the KOA in the area which was $65 with the KOA discount.

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This is your standard KOA. The pool was closed tho. It has one thing going for it and that is the close proximity to Devil's Tower NP. The price is outrageous tho and that was with a KOA card. Otherwise the place is clean and the sites wide with lots of pull thrus.

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Standard KOA, a bit pricey but has a lot of amenities. We planned to stay at La Mesa RV but had to wait one night for them to have an opening. The park is well landscaped with quite a few trees. The sites are level. Has a pool.

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Nice little park with trees. Wifi worked. The owner was very nice.