Sirius Designs

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Easy access from -I40. (Exit 139). Level gravel sites. Long pull thru, some trees. Electricity should be checked before plugging in. Several permanents, many very rundown. Good WiFi. Verizon service strong. Pleasant check in. Did not use restrooms or laundry facilities. Good for a couple of nights.

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This campground is very close to the train tracks and trains run very frequently. I sleep with earplugs and was not awakened by the trains. You can walk to town where there are several nice little cafes with good food. The RV park has a nice park-like area with a small creek and a park bench. The owner is a very friendly elderly gentleman who keeps the restrooms immaculate. The price I quoted is the 50% off Passport America price. It's good for two weeks.

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Sites are paved, level and widely spaced so quite private. Each site has a covered area with a table and a fire grill. There are little lakes all over. It is semi-arr id CO so no lush green grass and not a lot of trees on the full hookup side. My only complaint is that they require a day pass in addition to the camping fee which makes it fairly expensive. However it's still the least expensive place in the metro area. CO is an expensive place to camp.

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This campground is closed and up for sale!

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We made a reservation for a site that we have stayed in before since we needed 50amp and those sites are in short supply. The new owners told us that it was ours for the 1 week we asked for. The day we were due to arrive, we called a 4:00pm to let them know that we would arrive between 5:00 and 5:30pm. They said everything was fine. When we arrived at 5:20pm someone was just hooking up to the site that we had reserved. We asked what was going on and they told us that someone else had reserved that site several weeks ago and before we had reserved it. That person wasn't due to arrive for 3 or 4 days but if they had put us into that site, we would have to move. They never even gave us that choice. They started putting an overnight rig in that site and asked us if we would take another site and we would have to step down to 30amp. I told them "No" we needed 50 amp for our coach due to large electricity requirements. They then told us they thought they had seen a 50amp plug-in on an electric box in the 30amp section but didn't know if it worked. If we wanted to plug in and see if it worked, that they would let us stay there at the 30amp price ($10 less for one week). Fortunately I was able to test for the proper current and we were able to use that site. The owners just take notes when you reserve and have no system to keep track of reservations. We felt we were not treated properly. We gave them the current rating based on the fact that they are working hard to clean this park up. Our price was a discounted 1 week rate. We will no longer stay in this park.

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Nightly rate reflects Good Sam discount. Good paved level sites for overnight--long pull throughs. Well kept. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi was weak from our site but it did work some of the time. Typical campground for dry western states--mostly gravel and pavement in the new section. Older section had mostly back in sites but more trees and grass.

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The rate quoted was with a Value Kard. Nice tenting area with wind break/privacy walls. Several cabins. Well kept. Very friendly personnel. Gravel sites, level. Your typical dry western campground with grass struggling to survive and many dirt areas where it hasn't. Mature trees but widely spaced so satellite access shouldn't be a problem especially in the newer area at the back.

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Clean campground. Friendly staff and owner. Breakfast and dinner available at reasonable price. Close to highway but noise was very minimal. Verizon air card and phone service excellent. Good cable TV. Small trees so satellite reception would not be a problem from most sites. Good place to stay if your exploring the Petrified Forest.

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This is a good place to spend the winter! Rate quoted reflects the annual price (plus electric). Annual renters can have a shed if they want one. No extra charges for sewer, water, trash or pets. Daily is $35 (includes electric). Very nice park in a circular layout. New managers this year are excellent: very friendly and helpful. Sites are nice sized and some are quite large depending on where you are in the circle. Laundry is a confusing card system but we don't use it. High speed internet can be installed on a by-the-month basis from a local provider (no contract necessary). Very nice pool and spa. Lots of activities.

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Rate quoted is with combination of Passport America discount and regular rate and includes taxes. Level, wide gravel sites with big grassy areas. Well maintained. Friendly staff and owner. No laundry. Sandwiched between highway and railroad tracks so it's noisy, but there aren't a lot of trains. Ear plugs recommended for sleeping. The entry gate is a little tight but we made it with 40' plus "toad". Water has a lot of air in it but used to be rusty-looking so it has improved over some years ago.

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Rate quoted is with Good Sam discount and includes taxes. Pleasant park with friendly staff. Mature trees and nice green grass. Well maintained. Satellite OK on some sites. Access a little tight for big rigs but we were fine with our 40' and "toad" and didn't have to unhook. Water spigots only every other site so might need to stretch extra hose across to reach it. Also a stretch for the electrical cord.

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Rate quoted was with Escapees Club discount and includes taxes. Gravel roads and sites. Nice little lake. Big rig sites are narrow but plenty long. Park is up for sale. Mature trees and fairly quiet but some road noise.

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Our rate was the weekly rate plus 1 day at the Passport America rate. The park is a little run down but they seem to be working on improving it--we've stayed here other years and see the changes. The cabins look very nice from the outside. Laundry room was clean. Highway noise is high, even on the back row.

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As with all KOAs, this park was pricey. $4 extra per night for 50-amp hookup. The park was well-maintained and the staff was very friendly. The sites had cement pads and were level. Bricked patios and tables at most sites. Some were very small, but some were quite nice. We found that our Verizon cellphones and Internet devices would not work at all here. They did have decent Wi-Fi available but with our business we couldn't be without phone service for a week. We stayed one night and they refunded our money for the balance without question. Very nice!

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Rate quoted was with Good Sam discount plus 5% discount for paying cash, tax included. Easy access, fairly quiet, fairly level. Gravel roads and sites, with grass between. Lots of trees so satellite is iffy but they do have cable TV and WiFi included. WiFi worked fine, didn't use the cable. Picnic tables on the sites.