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This is a very good overnight park. It is convenient to I-44 and US-69. The sites are large, level, gravel pull thrus. This is a no frills park. It has few amenities. There is no host, showers or restrooms. There needs to be more of this kind of park along the highways for overnighters. We will stay there again.

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Lewis First Monday RV Park has three RV parking areas on the First Monday Trade Days grounds. There is one on the east side of the creek and a second on the west side of the creek. RV parking is on the perimeter of the parking lots for First Monday Trade Days shoppers. The lots are asphalt. The sites have 30 amp electric. There are several connections on each post, so may have to have a long electric cord. Water facets are shared. Some sites have sewer. The sites on the east side of the creek are mostly level. The west side has some level sites and some that are not very level. When it rains a lot, the creek sometimes rises into the RV park/parking lot. We have always stayed in the first two lots, but this time we went up the hill to the third area because rain was in the forecast. Only RVs park there, no shoppers. It is asphalt with electric, water and sewer. The sites are level. There are twelve 50 amp sites in addition to the 30 amp sites. It is rather close quarters with RVs facing each other. The sites are at a 90 degree angle making it a little harder to back in, but large RVs do park there. We have a (40' with 4 slides). There are about 50 sites at each location. There is no host, restrooms or showers. Payment can be made at the Dixie House or someone will come by for payment. They only take cash or check. You are given a plastic ribbon to hang on your RV showing you have paid. They also give you a parking pass to hang in your tow vehicle so you can come and go onto the First Monday Trade Days grounds when you want. They take no reservations, first come/first served. They are probably only open each month during First Monday Trade Days, not sure about that. There are a lot more RV sites on the First Monday grounds, but I don't know anything about them.

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This is a very nice clean well maintained park. Roads are gravel. Sites are gravel, level pull thrus with grass between sites. The park is big rig friendly. The park is convenient to I-20, but we didn't notice much noise. We stayed here a couple of days while waiting to move to a site on the First Monday Trade Days grounds.

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This is a park with few amenities. There is no office, host, restrooms, or showers. Roads and sites are gravel and big rig friendly. Sites are level pull thrus and the electric is good. The park is convenient to I-30. It looks to have a lot of permanent residents and few overnight sites. An employee from the RV dealership came to collect the rent.

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This is a good overnight park. It looks to be fairly run down, but is the only RV park in the area. The electric box at our site had the lid dangling, but the electricity seemed to work OK. Sites are gravel pull thrus, level and big rig friendly. The park is convenient to I-30. The park is full of oil field workers leaving very few overnight sites. We checked in at 3 PM and got the last site. A couple of RVs came in later and were turned away. There are very few parks in west Texas, so they probably had to drive another hour or two to find a place to spend the night. We would suggest making a reservation or getting there early.

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We only spent one night in this park, but were impressed with it. It is a very pretty, clean, well maintained park. Fence, shrubs and flowers were between every two sites. These two sites were side by side pull thrus with RVs facing opposite directions. The park is big rig friendly, but the sites are none too large. Streets are asphalt and sites are gravel and level. The park is convenient to I-10.

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Pros about this RV park are that it is convenient to I-10, level pull thru sites, big rig friendly and is reasonably priced. That said, it was not picturesque except the beautiful sunset. Sites and roads are gravel/sand/dirt. Sites are close to each other. We were taken to our site and the RV in the next site was using our side by side electric box. We tried plugging into their electric box and it didn't work,so had to move to another site. I'm not sure how well the park is maintained. It is not a place to spend much time, but OK for a quick overnight stay.

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We have stayed at Sunset Palm for the past four winters, November-March. They advertise as having the largest sites and lowest rates in Yuma. That is probably correct. The sites are wide, deep and level. Sites are sand/dirt with a large concrete patio. There is only one tree, the Sunset Palm. Street are wide asphalt/sand. Owners don't spend much on improvements, but do keep the park very clean and well maintained. There is no activity director, but residents are encouraged to have games, dinners, crafts, etc. in the clubhouse and adjacent patio. Monthly rate with a 5 month reservation is $290 + electricity. We have a reservation for the 2014-2015 season. There are a few sites available for overnighters.

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This is a good convenient RV park. It is close to I-8, but we did not hear any highway noise. Most sites are large, clean, level pull thrus. Sites and roads are gravel. The park is big rig friendly. Check in is at the Shell station. They do not take reservations. We paid $13 which is the Escapees and Passport America discount rate. There needs to be more of this kind of parks along the highways for overnighters. We will stay there again.

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This is a neat, clean, well maintained RV park. The park is mostly gravel with a few trees and shrubs. Sites are large, level pull through. It is big rig friendly, also satellite friendly. The park is conveniently located on Business I-10 thru town. We have stayed there many times.

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The rate reflects the Escapees discount. We used this park for an overnight stop. It is an older park and getting rather run down. We had a fairly large level dirt pull thru site that was satellite friendly. There are some trees, no grass and lots of sand burrs. The showers were older but clean. It is conveniently located on the business route through town.

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This is a convenient overnight park on the west side of Oklahoma City. Most sites are level, big rig friendly pull thrus. There are trees, but some sites are satellite friendly. This is an older RV park that is getting a bit run down. There are lots of permanent residents. They have a free daily newspaper, coffee & muffins every morning. Because of the location, we always stay there while visiting friends in Oklahoma City.

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This is a gravel parking lot style RV park. Sites are level, full hookup, big rig friendly pull through sites. There are no trees or grass. All sites are satellite friendly. There are no showers, restrooms, laundry, picnic tables or host. The office is usually closed, just pick a site, get an envelope from the box at the front of the office and deposit the fee into a lock box. The price has recently increased to $25. This is really too much considering the lack of amenities.

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Whispering Woods is a very nice new RV park located at the Indigo Sky Casino. It is almost all asphalt, but has grass and trees around the perimeter. There is a grassy area in the middle of the park with flowers and shrubs. Also, a covered picnic pavilion with an outdoor fireplace. All sites are level backins with 50 amp and water. There is one site with sewer, but it is used as a dump. The park is big rig friendly. Sites are long, but not too wide. There is room for slides, but if another RV was in the next site, it would be very close. The restrooms and showers are very nice and clean. There were no trees to obstruct the satellite. Both Verizon and AT&T worked good. We drove in, parked in a site and walked to the hotel check in to pay. It doesn't seem to be a very busy park. It is on US-60 about 10 miles south of I-44. We will stay there again.

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This review is for Campground 3. Roaring River is a beautiful state park. Coming from Cassville, there is a steep hill down into the park. Then you have to go back up the hill when you leave. Most sites are big rig friendly. Some sites are satellite friendly, some are not. The campground was flooded this past summer, so a lot of new 30 amp electrical boxes have been installed. Verizon works good, AT&T not at all. We like Campground 3 because we can walk a very short distance to the river and fish for awhile, go back to the RV, then fish again later. Restrooms and showers were not very clean.