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Free spotty WiFi and no reception on our antenna. It is a nice campground to be but a little pricey for our standards especially what you get for it. Probably it is the location on the river. Though nice back ins in the D row with little grass and trees and because of low season full view over the river. The highway slows down at night. We were in a Rally otherwise would not have chosen this park.

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Great for an overnight stay or a couple of days. We stayed over here for visiting Capulin Crater Nat'l Monument, which is just on the other site of the road. Great views of the crater. Level gravel back ins or big pull-throughs. Very friendly owners who live on the premises. Free good WiFi, only 2 stations on our antenna. It is along the highway but traffic is almost gone at night. No problem for us and we hate noise. We will be back.

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Rate is on our membership for 30 amp; for 50 amp you pay $3.50 more. All pull-through, some are reasonable in widths but most are extremely small, no privacy with your neighbors if all sites are occupied. We were lucky with no neighbors most of our stay. If park is not full they must keep one site open in between. Some long stayers need to clean up a little! They drive much too fast so dust and sand everywhere, they need to watch the speed limit (if there is any). Free WiFi only near the office. Lots of stations on our antenna. Old little pool, only filled in high season. Near the Interstate but you don't hear it at night. We will come back when in the neighborhood, very friendly and nice staff.

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No TV reception on our antenna, free WiFi but doesn't work. We did not mind at all. Nice and quiet little campground and the place looks good, certainly for a few days. Gravel sites. There are some stores in the neighborhood like Basha's. Very friendly owners. When passing by we will sure be back.

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They have a separate section for short stayers. It is close to the highway but at night (and during the day) you don't hear anything, and we like quiet. Gravel spots, all back-ins with a concrete patio. Only negative was there is no shade or trees or any green, no landscaping at all but you are in the dessert! Great sunsets and views over the mountains and the saguaros. Free spotty WiFi (and the resort was empty), lots of stations on our antenna in HD. The resort is filled with park models and homes. We normally don't go to resorts like this but great to stay for a couple of weeks. Pickle ball, tennis courts, swimming pools and lots more. We will come back. Be sure to ask for specials if you want to stay longer.

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Rate is a monthly. Great place, 3 swimming pools, 3 hot tubs. Huge back-ins, great free WiFi but park was almost empty. Beautiful landscaping, this place is awesome. The only things is the weather: it can be cold in winter. We sure will come back.

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You have to pay for the WiFi, is not very good. The pools are a little older but nice, warm, clean and water from the hot springs, they have to cool it down, we loved it. Your site is a back-in, you are parked on sand and some have a little concrete patio. Little shrubs in between. Great pickle ball courts. When we where here most of the snowbirds left. Great place for a week or two.

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We camped here several times in the spring and fall. It sure needs to have a 10 but this time during our 2 weeks stay the hot-tub and one of the pools was cold - very cold, heater broken and still under repair when we left. The other was not hot enough, so overall a disappointment because we stay in this area for all those amenities. The new bathroom building is not yet finished, they were working on it during our stay, noise and sand at the pool area. The WiFi is free but almost non existing in the park, near the office spotty. They were working on that to! So they say. Hope they will start improving there facilities. We are not sure if we will come back.

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Second time we have stopped here for a couple of days. Great people, very friendly and enthousiastic. Lots of things to do, even so early in the season. If you stay here less then a week you get the great pull throughs. Very good, free WiFi. Great HD reception on our antenna. We will come back again (if they don't raise the price again).

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We stayed here under our membership. Visiting this area for the first time, we were pleasantly surprised. No train noise, a little bit out of Yuma but we like that. Sites are gravel, we had a pull through with a bit of shade. Easy in and out. A little close but for a week is oké. The pool area - like the rest of the park - is a little bit older but great and hot water! also the hottub was perfect. WiFi was reasonable and free but the park was almost empty. Great reception on the antenna. We sure will come back.

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Pull thrus, next to the highway, far to expensive for the location. Very tiny sites even if you have no slides. We had a great spot but there where no neighbours otherwise we could not put our awning out. The utilities of the neighbour where next to our table. If they charge $24 it would have been a little better value for money.

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Very good free WiFi, lots of HD reception on the Antenna. Big, huge, sites. We had an easy back-inn near the river, but the pull thrus are great to. The only thing is the train! it is almost running inside the campground. But! still a beautifull place to stay for a week, even with the train. We sure will come back.

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Free WiFi, which worked very spotty! Cable is $2 but you don't need this because you get good HD reception on your antenna. Most of the sites are pullthru. If you go over here ask a site down hill, half of the campground is on a hill and very hard to park. Sites are a close together but for a few days is oké. Hottub was under construction when we where here, but (indoor) pool was great, with big open windows. Service was great. We sure come back when in the neighbourhood.

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We loved this place, just 4 miles south of the Canadian Border. easy in and out, all pullthrus. No cellphone, no wifi, no antenna reception. Just quiet and peacefull with lots of green, trees and grass. Very nice older owners who love what they are doing and living on the property. A little bit expensive for what you get but worthwhile staying here for a night or two when passing by. They close on october 1st for the winter.

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We stayed under RPI membership. You get the smaller sites, long enough for our unit. All of the sites are on gravel with wooden decks and most have shelters, all have free and clean propane BBQ's. If you don't have neighbours (in the RPI section) it is a great, otherwise they are very close. Park is well maintained, good free cable, reasonable free WiFi. Great indoor pool and spa. Quiet and we sure come back.