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Rancho Sedona RV Park

Sedona, Arizona

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This was our first stay at Rancho Sedona. This was the most beautiful, clean and well maintained park we've ever stayed in. The site was very level. Water was clean. Wi-Fi was acceptable. The park is nestled in a bunch of the most beautiful Sycamore trees..........ones I've only seen in Sedona. I highly recommend the park to anyone traveling in the area. There were a lot of complaints about the strict rules the park has, but we found them to be fully acceptable to any adult and, honestly, were one of the things that made the park so nice to stay in. We will be back to this park in the future.

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I have been staying at this park almost yearly for the past 20 years. Have always been able to pick and reserve my site and arrive to find it ready. They have changed their policy and now no longer reserve sites. When you make a reservation, you effectively get in line (first-come-first-serve) for a site with the amenities you needed. Their Wi-Fi was totally non-usable, though they claimed it was working fine. The site I originally reserved was full hookup and cable. The site they gave me had those amenities but was so un-level that the step for our trailer was 2 feet off the ground. We arrived late in the afternoon, so we were the ones who got the "junk" site. The site they moved us to had no sewer or cable. (they refunded the difference in site cost) Considering their new policy, we won't be staying at Rancheros de Santa Fe again.

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Have stayed in this park off and on for the past 5 years. Most expensive park we stay in. Wi-Fi is available...............but was never able to get on because the speed was so slow. The management doesn't seem to care about it. On the other hand, the park was clean, as always. The park is typically very quiet at night. Park roads are well maintained. Pets are welcome, but an additional pet charge is added. Sites are well marked but kind of close together. We won't ever be staying here again.

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One of the cleanest, most well laid out and maintained RV parks I've ever stayed in. Stayed 4 nights. Site perfectly level. Only disappointment was they didn't have cable TV. Wi-Fi was poor............as it is in most RV parks.

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Stayed here one night. Campsite was perfectly level..........no need to even disconnect my trailer from the tow vehicle. Quiet little park, easily accessible from the main highway. Will stay there again when I go through Clayton.

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What a wonderful little, family owned and operated campground. River fishing was good. Showers clean. Washer and Dryer available in the Recreation room. Kitchen available for tent campers. We were, unfortunately, only there for one night but were made to feel like family. Big campfire the night we were there with everyone to share stories and experiences. Oh yes, and all the animals................lets see, there was a horse, goat, chickens and ducks and the cat. The owners instantly made us feel like family. Have been stopping in Pagosa for one to five nights almost every year for the past 20 and never knew this little jewel of a park existed. So glad we found it. Will be back, and it won't be for just one night.

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Stay here most every year when we go through Santa Fe. Always a welcome place to stay.

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Sure not much shade, except for the pavilion they had on site. Never could access Wi-Fi. Sunsets were as advertised.........fabulous. Will stay there again.

     

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Ouray KOA

Ouray, Colorado

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We always stay here when we are in the Ouray area. Great place to stay. Great people on staff. Close to town. Cute little breakfast cafe on-site. We love this campground.

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Wonderful park we plan to put on our list as a "must stay" when we travel through the area.

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Stayed at this park for only one night. Found this campground and owners delightful. Would highly recommend anyone traveling in the area stay here. Great place.

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East St. Louis, IL is the 4th most dangerous city in America, so we were so relieved to find the park surrounded by a high chain link fence and regularly patrolled by security. The grounds were impeccable, quiet (except for the occasional train which traveled around two sides of the park), and well maintained. Couldn't have asked for a safer place for a night's stay. There was a common green area that contained gazebos for picnicking. We made our reservation while traveling on the road and arrived after hours. A security guard guided us to both the park and our site, so we didn't get inside the office to fill out paperwork. Office closed at 4 pm and opened at 11 am. We were on the road before then, so didn't get to interact with employees or see a site map or anything. Will stay there in the future if we are traveling that way.

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Have stayed at DeGray Lake 6 times now over a 4 year period. It is an excellent campground and we will continue staying there when in Bismark, AR. Not a single negative thing to say about the campground or employees.

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Only stayed here one time and will never again! Dirty campground. Power surges that burned up my air-conditioner. Flagstaff is a railroad hub, and Black Bart's is about 2 blocks from one of the busiest tracks I've ever been around. Day and night the noise from the tracks is incessant. No thank you, we'll find another place.

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Great little stopping spot. We always stay in a back-country campsite for 4 or 5 days when in the Pagosa Springs area. When we come out, we go directly to Elk Meadows Resort. Clean restrooms and showers, nice laundry and all the hookups we need. Plan on staying there this September for a couple of nights. Highly recommend the spot. Only reason I didn't give it a "10" rating is it's just a flat space, few if any trees and no character, but it works. Will always go back.