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This is a nice, very remote campground at Wild Horse Reservoir. The road into the campground is paved. Roads in the loops and all sites are gravel, but not dusty. Some sites are level, and some are not. Only a few sites can accommodate big rigs. Most sites are back-ins, but there are also some pull-thru. Every site has a fire place and a picnic table. You get a good distance to the neighbours. It is dry camping only, but they have showers and restrooms available. There is also a dump station. The views are stunning and it is very quiet. Our Verizon aircard worked sometimes very slowly, sometime with LTE and sometimes not at all.

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This seems to be an older park. Roads and sites are very dusty. Some sites are level and some are not. We saw weeds on most sites. All sites are very close together. The electric was poor (less than 115V) and the free Wi-Fi was very slow. The good things about this campground are the scenic views and it is quiet. They charged us $37.00 for a pull thru + $2.50 for 50 Amp + $2.50 hotel tax. Our overall impression was negative.

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This small campground is located in an industrial area. If you connive at this, it is in a scenic valley. It was quiet when we camped here on a weekend. The roads and sites in the campground are gravel and level. We had a pull thru site with full hookup which was barely long enough for our 40 ft. RV. I would not recommend this park for longer rigs because the turns are also pretty tight. All sites are pretty close to each other. Wi-Fi only works if you are close to the office, but our Verizon air card worked with 3G. The campground is nicely constructed with trees in rows around it, but weed is coming out everywhere. The rate for one night ($30 + tax) is a little bit too high to be considered as a fair price. There were lots of workers for the oil and gas industry around Rangely who camped here. Scenic, quiet, level sites, full hookups, and free Wi-Fi (although it didn’t work for us) make a total of 5 points.

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The roads and sites of this campground are all gravel and somewhat level. They should put some more gravel in parts of the roads and sites. All sites have a full hookup. It is very quiet and scenic here. The distance to the neighbors is pretty close. The campground does not offer WiFi and our Verizon aircard also didn’t get a signal. We would have stayed longer if we could get an internet connection. The price for one night in this beautiful place ($25 + tax) is fair. Scenic, quiet, (somewhat) level sites, full hookups and a fair price make a total of 5 points.

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We were so shocked about the appearance of this "campground" when we arrived that we decided not to stay. The place looked like a junk yard. The sites were hardly recognizable because everything was full of weeds. There was no person we could talk to. The next standard sentence is not true, because we did not stay here.

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This campground is not for big rigs! There are paved, but narrow roads, and low hanging trees. The next standard sentence is not true, because we could not stay here.

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This campground is located between a very noisy (lots of trucks) highway on the north, and a railway on the south side. There was only one train during our stay, but it was loud. The only pros of this campground are full hookup sites with 30 Amp (only two sites have 50 Amp), level sites, free WiFi (they made it unnecessarily complicated to connect to) and a scenic view to the mountains. On the other hand it is very dusty and there are some rundown permanent rigs. The overall impression of this campground is dingy. That brings it to 4 plus and 1 big minus = 3 points. The Passport America (PA) discount is not valid for the 50 Amp sites. Those two sites are overpriced, but when we arrived it was very hot and I was tired, so we paid the price. We will not return to this campground.

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The price was raised to $30 plus tax and you don’t get a discount anymore. Now the campground is overpriced. There are some houses behind the campground, and the residents are driving through the campground pretty fast, and then it is dusty, dusty and dusty. Wi-Fi was not available on the campground, but in the office.

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This campground is way overpriced. The roads are more dirt than gravel, the sites are full of weeds. It is very dusty here. A few sites have 50 amp, but most sites have only 30 Amp. The electric was often very poor (less than 110 V). There is noise from Hwy 395. The only positive things I can count are the availability of full hookups, cable TV and the free Wi-Fi. We will not return.

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This is a small campground next to a fairground. There are 19 pull-thrus, and 14 back-in sites. The campground has only 2 sites with 50 Amp and both are occupied from the campground host and a permanent resident. About a third of the campground was filled with work campers. Roads and sites are gravel. The free Wi-Fi and cable TV well. It is very quiet here. You have a wide view over huge grain fields. The campground seems to be pet friendly. Where else can you find all this for 16 bucks/night today? We would come back if we are in the area.

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This campground was formerly known as Covered Wagon RV Park. It is merely a big parking lot. The roads and sites are paved. All sites are a little bit higher than the street and to get on the sites you must go over a high, rounded curb. The park has 17 premium sites for RVs longer than 38 ft and 192 standard sites with a maximum length of 38 ft. All sites are back-ins. Some of the standard sites can be used as pull through if one half is not occupied. The rate for a standard site is $22 while they charge $40 for the premium sites. Cable TV should be available, but we did not check it. Free WiFi should be available in the office during office hours. The lady that checked us in was very friendly and helpful. The campground is directly under the approach path for the Las Vegas airport and you can watch the jets in less than 2000 ft above you. Of course it is noisy.

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The campground has recently reopened with a new owner and under new management. The reception was downright grouchy. We wanted to use our Passport America (PA) membership, but we were told that this discount is only available on the sites next to the highway. These sites have only 30 amp. So we chose a premium site. For all sites you can get a 10% discount with Good Sam Club. We were escorted to our pull-through site. They have obviously put new gravel on the roads and some sites. There was more weed than grass between the sites. The sites are level and the pull-throughs long. Electric and Wi-Fi worked good. It was quiet during the night. They allow tents now. The whole campground needs a lot of improvements to deserve the term RV-Resort.

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This is a rustic, small campground that is administered from the National Park Service and belongs to the Curecanti National Recreation Area. The campground is located in a narrow valley, surrounded from steep mountains. There is only one paved loop road. Some sites are paved, some are gravel. Only a few sites are barely long enough for a 40 ft motorhome. Our site was perfectly level. You can only dry camp here, but there is a dump station a few hundred yards away that belongs to the campground. There is no shower. During the day it is noisy from Hwy. 50, but during the night it was quiet. The distance to the neighbors is bigger than on most commercial campgrounds. The price drops to $6 per night if you have a golden access pass or if you are over 62 (Interactive Senior/Access Pass). Unfortunately the campground looks run down, otherwise I would have rated it one point higher.

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This campground, together with an old motel, is on a hillside location. You have an awesome view on the valley and some mountains. The campground is located about 4 miles east of Woodland Park, CO. During the day you can hear the noise from highway 24, but during the night it was quiet. You can choose between electric only, water & electric or full hookup sites. Look at their price list. They have summer rates (mid May through Labor Day) and winter rates (rest of the year). The $31 reflects the daily rate for a full hookup with 2 persons during summertime. The roads and sites are gravel with weeds. Most sites have a small distance to the neighbor. Our site was badly leveled. We had very weak electricity on our site. Although we were connected to a 50 Amp receptacle, the voltage broke down to 105 V or less when we needed more than 20 Amp. The free Wi-Fi worked, but was not very fast. Some extended stay sites and the view on the storage area run down the quality of the campground. Although we were not quite taken from this campground it was probably the best choice in the area. I would have given 4 points if we didn’t have the problems with the electricity and if the campground would be better maintained. A scenic location, quiet nights, free Wi-Fi, and full hookups (if it works) are only the basics for a good campground, but for a higher rating they must offer more, especially for this price.

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The event is great, but the campground is poor. Actually it is a meadow packed with thousands of campers. The portable toilet units are clean if the company instructed to clean it doesn’t forget it (which happened several times in our area). There are only two good things with this campground: most sites are level and you get free Wi-Fi. On the other hand it is dusty when it is dry and a big mud hole when it rains. It is loud from Highway 41 all night long. The rate of $21 does not include the EAA membership (min. $40 per year) that is required to go on this campground. You must be an aviation aficionado to go to this campground.