Ted Morgen

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If you are looking for a nice quiet place to spend a few days and relax, El Rancho Lobo is a great choice. We had no cell phones, the Wi-Fi worked just fine and the road that takes you in there is also free range for cattle so we had to pass by a small herd to get to the gate that kept the critters outside. I had to get out and manually open the gate. Our rate was the Passport America rate, which does not include electric charges. The lady who logged us in and out met us outside to read the electric meter and collect the fees for spending the night. An odd place by today's standards but we would definitely stay there again.

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We have stayed in Beaumont several times and have never been disappointed. This time we decided to try one of the other parks and again, we were not disappointed. The same train that can cause trouble for RVers along the I-10 corridor is present here as well. The only thing lacked in this park is a swimming pool. Otherwise, the park is a nice one. We would definitely came here again.

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This park was a KOA. We stayed in it when it was a KOA. The folks that manage it were there then and are there now. They are doing the same excellent job now as they did before. Everything worked, Wi-Fi and all utilities. They gave us a space and an alternative. Either one would have worked. We will definitely camp here again.

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Rate reflects s Passport America discount. We thoroughly enjoyed the restful time we spent at this park. The Wi-Fi and all utilities worked just fine. We not only had their Wi-Fi but were able to connect through the Day's Inn down the street. We will camp here again.

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This park is excellent. A small city with too many features to mention here. The only part of our stay that was not good was the WiFi. Lacking enough bandwidth, I can imagine what it would have been like had the park been full of visitors which it was not. The Dog park was a little difficult to find but once we did, I enjoyed taking Junior down there to do his business twice a day. The park employees did their best to fix a bad situation with the WiFi. We were parked just outside of their Hot Spot. Our neighbors went into the hot spot to see if they were able to obtain a better signal. The hot spot connectivity was the same as the connection was from their trailer. We were glad that TV was good as we were keeping an eye on the local weather.

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We were placed in the new section where 25 new spots have been added. The Park manager was extreemly nice. She had a major workload with a flood in town that deposited a lot of mud throughout the park. The mess did not occur where we were. The utilities worked fine as did the WiFi. We used this stop as an overnighter but would stay here again.

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Be careful where they put you. Your rig may barely fit if it fits at all. Other than that, this is the so-so. The ocean is reclaiming it's own. No more sites next to ocean with hookups. They lost several feet in the last storm. To be fair with the ratings, the campground has far too many campers for it's now downsized capacity. And it's going to get worse.

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This was one of the nicest parks we've ever stayed in. Landscaping was fantastic. They had tipis set up for those who wanted to use them at $50-60 a night (no utilities) The only reason I did not give this park 100% was the WiFi which sadly was like too many. Yes we have WiFi but you can't use it during high periods of use. The bandwidth just isn't there. That would not be such a major concern but we had no cell phone service (T-Mobile) so we were cut off and I really needed the internet before we left to check on the Northern California fires before we left. The morning we left, the net was down. I could connect to their router but the router was not connected to the internet. As it was, we ran into a major fire off Highway 101 in California but we did manage to get through.

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This park has too many abandoned trailers and motor homes which make it look trashy. The pool looks clean though we did not use it. We picked a pull-through spot as we were only going to be here one night. The road to the park is a bit of a challenge should you meet another RV on the way in or out. This did not happen to us. The manager did his best to make the best out of a bad situation. If I needed a place to stay I probably would stay here again though I would look for a more modern place to stay. Maybe with Passport America they can generate enough revenue to do some fixing up on this place. The only really bad thing about it is the proximity to I-5. We parked in a ways from the freeway but we could still hear the noise.

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This park was as advertised. New and excellent! I don't think I have ever been checked in so quickly and easily. We were in our site quickly, set up and all things worked as advertised. This is a big park with plenty of room for all. I don't know what the attraction is about Salem as I noticed that all of the campgrounds had excellent ratings. We called for a reservation and even that wasn't necessary. We only spent one night but if the needs comes, we'll be back here again.

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The lady at the front desk went to a lot of effort to find us (the last) spot in the campground. We did not have reservations and were lucky we found this place by accident. The park is full with the "No Vacancy" sign at the office, not on the street. The Wi-Fi works fine though in some places we were told it doesn't work and you have to come up to the clubhouse, the "hot spot". We were on our way to Westport, and unsure of a place there so we called and found a spot in town.

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Nice park built with a waterpark. If you have children and want some fun, this is the place. The staff was very cooperative and friendly. They gave us a spot on Row C but I could not get into it so I parked in an open B slot and went into the office to report too many vehicles in the C aisle for me to make a turn. They told me to stay where I was and changed the papers. We were only able to stay one night but to tell the truth I would have stayed a week if I had all the kids with me. I would most certainly stay here again. My only real complaint was the internet lacks the necessary bandwidth for all customers. The best time to use the internet is before 6 am or after 2 am. There is no cable TV but antenna TV brings in a fair number of channels.

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Wi-Fi was spotty. , TV had very few stations. Cell Phone was limited. Park beautiful.

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Our reservation made 3 weeks in advance did not give us much of a site. First site was a back in after being told we had a pull through and they put us next to a couple of Harley Davidson users. We asked for a change and ended up on the first line in the RV Park. My objection to this was that the RV's are set up with the utility side to the user's side. You open your door into the sewer connection of the unit next to you. Very limited parking for guests. We would not stay here again if we could get into one of the parks along the Big Thompson River.

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Park is wonderful with ponds and a nice clean atmosphere. Campground security is ample. Wherever you go you are being watched. We were told there were only 8 sites for transients. The rest are all seasonal. We were encouraged to take non-sewer section as an area where the WiFi would be "Better". We opted for the slower WiFi as we needed sewer connections. The WiFi was useless, not just slow. There is no TV. We were able to receive 3 stations on antenna. One was PBS the others religious. The staff is courteous, helpful. We experienced a strong signal on T-Mobile phones. We probably wouldn't stay here again.