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Park is OK but is way too pricey for an older park with mostly narrow back in sites, no pool, and Wi-Fi equivalent to dial up speed when it does connect (and I could see a Wi-Fi antenna from my rig's door). Price shown is for one of their very limited pull-throughs, which costs $5/night extra. Neither their web site or the prices posted outside the office show this premium for the pull-through. Published prices also do not include several dollars per night in additional taxes. The site was easy, long enough, and level. However, most of the sites are narrow, as was mine. My neighbor could almost touch my bedroom slide from his picnic table. Hosts were friendly, restrooms were clean if a bit dated, lots of shaded sites. However I will try one of the other parks in town the next time.

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Pricey in my opinion but then it is Santa Fe. Clean restrooms, easy in pull thrus of moderate length, some leveling required. Landscaping could use some attention. Convenient to the commercial side of Santa Fe. Will stay here the next time in Sanra Fe.

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Good place to stay in Amarillo. Clean restrooms, so so wifi, large easy-in pull thrus. Nothing scenic, but what is in the Panhandle. Will stay there the next time thru Amarillo.

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Best in the area. Friendly hosts. Sites range from riverside to trees to an open area, all gravel but very level. Clean restrooms and reasonable laundry. Definitely stay here again when in the area. Have not stayed at others in the area but from drive by / drive thru this is definitely the best.

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A good 1-2 day park to see the area and visit the Bush Library. Park has 2 sections. One is set up for permanent or long term but units are well maintained. Other area also has lots of long term residents. Sites are level concrete both pull thru and back in. Other reviewers are right that sites are very narrow but are easy to get into. Have extra concrete pad which works for front or mid entry units. For a rear entry like mine you end up stepping out on the grass. WiFi worked well and facilities were clean and well maintained. Rate was with Good Sam discount. I would stay here again for a short stay if in the area. Easy access but some road noise with unit open from nearby highway. But sure to check availability well in advance as they fill up for university football games and other events.

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More a 6.5 at best. The pros - friendly hast at checking, pull thru site with concrete pad, some trees for shade, and good rate based on 1 wk stay. The cons - restrooms are individual and are clean but who builds restrooms without providing soap or paper towels?. Concrete pad is nice but only works for a mid door rig. For our rear entry, by the time the door was on the wide part of the pad it took every inch of my double length sewer hose to reach the sewer connection at the back of the site. My sewer objection was 6 in above ground though I did notice other sites had ground level connections located more to the middle of the site. Lots of long term residents though they appeared to be well kept for the most part. Sports fields from the high school next door have a major drain which runs thru the middle of the campground as well. OK for an overnight stay but wish I had checked other options in the area before committing to a week here. From driving by several other parks in the area it seems some of them would have been better choices. Will probably not stay here again.

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Nice clean campground with long level gravel sites for the pull thrus. Also, some back ins around the park perimeter. Clean restrooms and laundry. Activity room was in use by a club when we stayed there. Rate is based on a one week stay. Yes, there is some road noise, but in my view you can not have convenient access and not expect some road noise. Would stay here again.

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Do not often give a 10 but this is one RV park with resort in the name that actually is one. Level concrete pull-through and back-in sites. Rate is for back-in with Good Sam discount. Good facilities, e.g., event hall, 2 pools, etc. Has a private owner-only access area, an adult only area, and a general area. Laundry is a bit pricey but comes with the upscale features. Curbside daily trash pickup. Will stay here the next time through this part of TX.

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New owners have made this the place to overnight when stopping in Van Horn. New electric and cable at sites. Wide, level easy in pull-through sites. Restrooms are dated but clean. New owner is working through updating everything and is very friendly. Van Horn is not a scenic destination but this is a good place to spend a night or two. Will stay here again the next time through.

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Best in Silver City. Sites are spacious with good distance between them. Most have wind screen / privacy screen. Friendly hosts. Clean showers and restroom. Reasonable price on laundry. Will definitely stay here the next time in Silver City. Some sites may require some leveling but nothing major.

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Nothing fancy but good level pull thru sites. Gravel keeps the dust down. Restrooms are older but clean and maintained. Nice dog run. Yes there is road noise from the interstate. Our second stay and will stay here again when in the area.

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Super friendly and helpful owners. Waffles and OJ every morning for breakfast. Level, easy in pull throughs. Wi-Fi was good at my site. Yes, there is noise from the train when it goes through, but that is only occasionally. With all the pluses still rated an 8 since no pool and some areas could use some TLC, e.g. space between sites is a mix of dead grass, rocks, and growing bushes. Would definitely stay here again.

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The good - it is at the entrance to Grand Canyon N.P. and the sites are level. The not so good - very pricey for what you get - $46 for W/E with so/so WiFi, no cable, pay showers and a pay dump station. Add $10/night if you want full hookips. Even with the negatives would stay here again because of the convenient park access. Staying in trailer village in the park is a better option but requires reservations months in advance for a multi day stay.

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This is a fully acceptable option for a full hook up site close (still 45 miles) to the north rim. The comments about some sites being tight or somewhat challenging to level (generally front to back) are valid but keep in mind you are staying in the middle of a national forest not a 5 star resort. We had no problem with water pressure, though it was somewhat low one day. Again that is why you have a fresh water tank and a pump. No problem with electric, as one reviewer reported. We were here 4 days while visiting the north rim and would stay here again.

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I agree with all the positive review comments - particularly the friendly and helpful owners. However I apparently rate differently. Even though I don't need/use them I take off 1 point for no pool, playground, etc. (A 10 park has all the features). I also take off 1 point for some touch up the park could use. Area between sites is combination of dead grass, rocks and growth that needs to be cut / removed. None of these are major factors - just explaining while I rated it an 8, yet agree fully with the many positives in other reviews- level easy access pull through sites, good Wi-Fi, clean facilities, etc.