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Burns RV Park

Burns, Oregon

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A little over priced, even with the Good Sam discount, but a very nice little park. Easily could stay much longer. It is close to Highway 20, but I think the noise will subside as the evening comes. Very friendly hostess as well as her dog Turbo. We will definitely stay here again, if we are back in this very isolated area.

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This a great little spot for a night or much longer. The manager leases from the winery and is doing a great job in a small out of the way place. You will pass a fine overnight park on your way, but don't be way laid from getting to this little park. Note, the town's roads are pretty rough when you turn on to the road where the park is located. There are no discounts (Good Sam, etc.) but the price of $22 per night is a bargain. There is a 9 hole golf course available, a driving range (with a ball dispenser on site) and the manager knows the course well. Plus, the park is located in viewing distance of the Snake River Gorge. If we were not time constrained we would have stayed much longer. Another plus is that you get one glass of wine with each meal at the winery. There is also a no charge wine tasting. Try out this park.

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This is the standard, overpriced KOA camp ground. Nothing to write home about, but then this is I-80 in Wyoming. The office personnel are nice enough and the store is quite adequate for simple items. The Wi-Fi signal is to weak on the outside lane to be useful. If you need Wi-Fi, ask for something near the office. There is very little available in this part of the state for large rigs. There is a Wal-Mart in town, but if you want relative safety, a large pull through site with good power and water this is fine for a night or two. The roads have recently been graded and are soft so don't slow down till necessary.

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This park is just off I-25 exit 451, but the road noise was not bad. The sites are close together, but our 40 foot motor home with three slides fit nicely, in a pull through with our tow attached. This is fine little park for an overnight stop. Raton is a very historic town for an afternoon visit. We also investigated a couple of other parks in this quaint little town. One that I can say to avoid is Kickback RV park. Also, if you are into guns, the NRA has a large conference center 4 miles west of Raton and then 4 miles west on U.S. Hwy 64 at the I-25 and US Hwy 64 intersection. There is a very nice information center in the middle of town with RV parking space.


Walnut RV Park

Vega, Texas

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This is a fine park for an overnight stay. Very simple, close to I-40 on the west side of Vega. Traveling east, take the first Vega exit. You will see the park on your right. If you are traveling west, go to the exit just past the town for easy access to the park. The pull through sites are plenty long for big rigs. It has clean power and water. I found this park only on this particular web site, although it shows a Woodall's listing. Since the last review was in 2004 I thought an update was needed. (I actually called the park to make sure it was still open before planning my stop.)

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A nice little park no listed in any travel guide I could find. I happened on the park by an old Google hit from Woodall's (it is no longer listed in Woodall's.) This park is just fine for an overnight stay in an area where RV parks are few and far between. The park seems to be in the owners' front yard, but there is plenty of room for big rigs with tows. The power was "clean" and good water pressure (city water) and there were two sewer hookups at each site (front and rear.) The park is just a couple of blocks south of Hwy 34 on the west side of Creston. We would definitely stay here again for a day or two.