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Driving through the sparse traffic on Interstate 8 to Yuma, AZ from Tucson, this is an excellent overnight stay! There is a poorly maintained 4 mile frontage road to get here. There is a small stretch of level, dirt road to get here. Yes, there is sporadic train noise and we like it. A desert town without a train? Come on. It is lush desert. The saguaro are blooming this time of year. The park is tidy, neatly graveled, with roomy pull through sites with patio slabs. There is a pool that is cared for. The laundry is on the honor system. A dollar to wash, a dollar to dry. If you don't want to pay to dry, free clothes pins are there to dry in the free, dry air of Dateland. There is an excellent DVD/VHS library that is, again, free. The book exchange is organized by some one or patrons who know how to alphabetize authors. The rec area is new. We can smell the paint. The bathrooms and showers are excellent. The owners have invested a lot to make this park a great place rest in an intimidating land. If we found ourselves choosing to live in Dateland, we would stay here.

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We wintered here from Dec to May. The daily rate reflects a monthly rent of $400 with free electric. A single night is $20. This is a no frills place. The showers are by the livestock barn. You will probably have to move from one site to another depending on events if you decide to winter here. The staff is friendly. The closer to Thurber Hall, the stronger the Wi-Fi. The RV sites are closed during the fair: April 15 through April 25. We will be back here next year.

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This was a Passport America rate. This is a Sparton park, but the sites are level and hook ups decent. It's a good over night stop. Showers are small and not heated.

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We were here last year in February. It is still a good over night, no frills park. Dirt/gravel mix sites that are level. The wind wasn't howling this time. They do Good Sam and AAA but you must ask. Bathrooms were locked so didn't bother to enter.

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Good Sam rate. A good over night park. Excellent bathrooms and laundry. Two ply toilet paper and antiseptic hand wash. Did not skimp on heat in December. A RV sells and service less than a mile on frontage road. Very high water pressure. They charge $3 for each person over two.

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This is a great, newer park. There are many pull throughs and all sites are concrete with modern hook ups. Laundry is only a dollar and the bathroom/showers are like being at home. There are plenty of open sites and deeply shaded sites. The monthly rate is only $350 plus electric. Our rate reflects a good Sam discount. We even got a free newspaper delivered to our site.

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This is a Passport America park. It is one of the largest we have seen in a long time. There are plenty of level, gravel pull through sites. The showers are large and heated (we have been in parks with no heat). Laundry is cheap at a $1 a load. This is a good overnight park.

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Super roomy concrete parking for semis and large motorhomes. The "free site" involves a game card in a convoluted process where one buys a club card for $10 which the casino matches. Then you buy an additional $5 to game with for a total of $25. This is a good overnight park and we paid the $25 rate.

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The rate reflects Good Sam discount. We weathered out the Thanksgiving holiday here. The sites are level and heavily shaded in the summer. The owners are friendly and we enjoyed the Van Buren/Fort Smith area.

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This is a good bare bones overnight park. It is older and has seen better days but there are asphalt pads and friendly folks.

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The rate reflects Good Sam discount. The pull throughs are very long and you have a choice of gravel or concrete, river front or not, with according prices. It is pleasant to be on the river bank of the Mississippi and watching the tugs. There is free laundry!

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This is a good overnight park. There are new owners and the managers are enthusiastic about the owner upgrading the grounds. They are bringing in gravel, revamping the pond, and are going to add cable.

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The nightly rate reflects Passport America at a 50 per cent knock off. This is a great place if you want to spend some time in Nashville. The places even closer to the thick of it are $45 a night. The staff is friendly and the amenities are up to par. The pull throughs are long but at 90 degrees, which makes for a tight turn with a tow. We would surely stay again.

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The nightly rate reflects Good Sam and the 9.75 per cent sales tax. A great place for an overnight. We stayed three days to avoid driving in the rain. This is our first park that has a driving range.

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This is a great overnight park. Close to the freeway, but no traffic noise. Very large, level pull through sites. Tables, trees, and grass. Everybody with tow vehicles have not bothered to unhook for a quick start in the morning.