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Rate is for rally stay. Gated over 55 community with good mix of park models and RV sites. Roads are paved, generous sites are gravel with concrete patios -- no picnic tables or fire rings. Many nice amenities and lots of green areas for the dogs. Verizon MiFi was a little slow during periods, but overall a good stay and we would return.

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Price reflects PA discount. Road from I-17 to the campground is a little convoluted. We had to call and wait to check in. WiFi was slow and Verizon signal was weak. Campground itself was nice as were the people. Really good price for an overnight. We would stay again in a pinch.

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We stayed here a few years back. I will reiterate my opinion about the inconsiderate clientele that seems to frequent this park. As someone else mentioned, lots of permanents with loud trucks and early departures. Fire pit next to us was overflowing with partially burned trash and garbage, beer cans, Styrofoam meat wrappers, etc., and there was lots of food around our picnic table tempting our dogs. New since our last visit were the worst potholes we've ever encountered inside an RV park. I don't believe we will stay here again.

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Rate is for weekly stay. It's a smaller park with mostly paved streets and gravel sites. Many permanents and stored units around. Lots of sites are not level as previously mentioned. We had to pull to the front of the site to receive a satellite signal and our wheels were off the ground. Laundry has only three machines and one was out of order. Park appears to be installing cable. WiFi was spotty. Looks like the showers are pay. The pool was not yet open but appeared to be nice. Was a little surprised they allowed a smelly horse trailer to occupy a site near campers. Lots of grassy areas would be nice if fenced for dog runs. We would stay again.

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We had a back-in site at the far end of the park. There was some highway noise and sites were not very level. The facilities are exceptionally nice, and it looks like they are in the process of expanding. We especially enjoyed the fact that public transportation is available to and from the park and it is only a short distance if you choose to drive to the Metro train station in College Park. There were many green areas for the dogs including an off-leash area. Wi-Fi did not work too well, but we had a good Verizon signal. We would definitely return due to proximity to DC, despite the painful price tag.

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Price is for weekly rate full hookup gravel pull-through. Easy access off I-95 and we resorted to our good Verizon signal since the Wi-Fi was up and down. Dog run was nice but needed mowing. Fitness room best I've seen in years of travel. Nice store staffed with friendly people. We enjoyed the delightful free waffle breakfasts and coffee served up every morning. We seemed to be back from the highway noise at the front of the park. Many of the sites looked a little close together, but ours was generous. Signage to the park was excellent! We would definitely stay again.

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Price reflects Passport America discount. Park has easy access from I-95. Airport noise was very loud but did not seem to keep us awake at night. Lots of long term folks, speeding rigs and cars, and intermittent WiFi signals were the negatives. Pool looked nice, and for a FHU paved site, so was the price. Will definitely stay again.

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Price reflects monthly rate and electric. This newer small park is paved and gated on the canal around Lake Okeechobee. We were parked directly across from the office where we had excellent WiFi signal most of the time. The Tiki hut on the water was nice as were the camp hosts. The water comes out of the tap brown so we bought bottled water for drinking and cooking and used color catchers in the wash. One of our dogs, as was our nephew's dog, was attacked by fire ants while being walked As previously mentioned, the pool is not heated. It's a good distance into town. We would stay again.

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Member price for this high desert part with gravel back ins. We had 30 amp FHU and electric is now included. Verizon worked well. Off-leash area for the dogs. We will definitely stay again.

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Gated park has easy access off I-40. We arrived after dark and were directed to a long level gravel pull-thru. Verizon signal and utilities all worked as expected. We drove the few miles out to the meteor crater in the morning, which was most impressive. We would definitely stay again.

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Nice guarded park is convenient to shopping and the Strip. There may as well be no rules whatsoever, as there appears to be no adherence or enforcement. Speeding cars and rigs, roller blading, skate boards, lunging dogs tied outside unsupervised, and young children in the adult pool area and spa to name a few. Numerous rigs appear to be unoccupied, or 'stored' in sites and there are many permanent ones. One burned out trailer sat there our entire stay. The numerous small enclosed dog areas are a long walk from most sites, and consist of dirt and/or rocks and offer little room to run and play. Upon arrival we were sent to a site that was occupied by another rig and moved to a second location where we had a view of bird droppings from the overhead billboard. First impression as we pulled in was nice, but in general, we were disappointed for the amount we paid. Unsure if we would stay again.

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Price reflects Good Sam discount. We used to stay here $20/night for two nights plus a third night free. Oasis Silver Cards are no longer valid. The park has changed ownership and is now priced as indicated. The sites are more than generous. There is a fenced dog area for the pups. Highway noise is not an issue although it is most convenient to I-40. Wi-Fi was up and down causing us to resort to our Verizon MiFi for service. Winds can be fierce and drifting smells from the nearby feed lot into the campground. We will definitely stay here, just west of Amarillo, at this nice park again.

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Reservation process was a little labored due to a staff member who did not seem to have the best English skills. GPS was wacky in the area, but we followed the directions on the web site, which got us there. Gravel roads led us to the concrete river front pad where we watched as barges pushed their mammoth loads against the tremendous power of the Mighty Mississippi River just yards away. It was off season, but two nights out of three we brought our trash back in despite the brochure indications it would be picked up three times per day, just to keep the critters out. Wi-Fi was so sporadic we had to rely on our Verizon MiFi from the coach. Aside from that, we really enjoyed our stay and would definitely return.

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Price reflects Value Kard discount for a long gravel pull through space. Friendly staff, and further off the highway, but still heard a little noise. Fenced pet areas with grass, and WiFi worked okay. We did not have the strongest Verizon signal but definitely not a real problem. Restaurant serves breakfast and dinner. It's a good overnight stop. We would stay again.

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Price reflects senior parks discount. We stayed early in the week. Park is paved with large sites which include grill and covered picnic table. Our site had a lake view with 50 amps and water. Front desk clerk was pleasant and helpful. Park was quiet and our site was level. We would definitely stay again.