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There is an older section in front with smaller spaces and cactus landscaping between. We stayed in the new, back section, which is basically a gravel parking lot with large, long spaces, with full hook-ups, including 50amp, that allow for an easy in-transit overnight along I-10 in west Texas. The only other services at this exit are a Vallero station with separate truck pumps, and local bar/steak place which we did not try.

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We used this park for an overnight stay along I-10. Pull through sites are huge. Park is uber clean, quiet, safe and convenient. Great for an overnight but would be a super nice for a longer stay.

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Nightly rate was for site without sewer and does not include the CO daily fee if you do not have an annual pass. All in at $31 night this is a steal for what you get. This is our 3rd time here. We love the CO State Parks! Easy freeway access, great interior roads, level long pull thru site, shaded picnic table, great hook-ups, clean facilities, what's not to like? As for outside noise - our A/c's were running so didn't hear a thing in the coach. Lots of space to walk the dog.

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We stayed in late June when temps were in the 110 range and the park was about 10% full. We were in the desert to visit family, not as a destination vacation this time of year. We were upgraded when we checked in to a back in site with lots of shade and grass. It was beautiful, and gave us some feeling of relief from the heat. Outside noise was not a problem as our A/C's ran 24/7, and trips to the pool were short and few. The bathrooms and gym look like they were just remodeled and are beautiful and clean. Internet was strong and fast. Dog friendly. Easy on/off freeway and close to just about anything you would want to do in the desert. Gate is locked at night and you are given a code so feels very safe. Utilities worked great.

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Price was for a one night pull thru for our 63' rig so we would not have to unhook. Unfortunately the most expensive sites are in a section that looks like a cement/gravel parking lot. This made the 111 degree temp feel even hotter. If you are just passing thru there are probably cheaper options to fit the bill. I can see if you were going here as a destination and got into the area with some grass then enjoying all the amenities would be fun. The reception and pool areas were beautiful. Lots of rules for dog owners and if you break them are subject to a $25 fine and or eviction. They park is very secure. Easy on/off 15 and good interior roads are also a plus.

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Not usually a fan of KOA's but this one might change all that! We had a beautiful lakefront spacious site. This park is very clean; has strong hook-ups; cement pads and interior roads; a pool, beach and boat rentals; and, security regularly patrolling the grounds. The restaurant with outdoor deck on the lake serves home cooking and is very good. Try the homemade pies, you will not be disappointed.

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We camped here while visiting family in early September. It was blazing hot thus we pretty much had the place to ourselves. The $55 fee was for the most expensive section of the park. The pool, all the grass, and the trees made the heat bearable. Since the AC was running nonstop freeway and train noise was not an issue.

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This place is OK if you just need a a place to spend the night driving by, but not worth driving out of your way to get to. Most of the park is filled with permanent residents and the overall look of the place is a little rough. Having said that those that we talked to were nice and you do feel safe because a Highway Patrol person lives there and thus parks their patrol car there. The sites are unlevel gravel. The hookups worked, as well as the cable and Wi-Fi.

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While this park has 40 sites, only about 8-10 are used for people passing through. The park is clean, safe, and convenient. There is tons of grass for walking your dog. My only negative would be the noise from I-287 and the trains. Bring earplugs and you will be a happy camper.

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We used this state park campground as a one night stop over, and mid week the end of September, we had our choice of sites. We picked one at the top of the cliff overlooking the reservoir, put our chairs out between the bushes, and had a beautiful relaxing view. This park is just 3 miles from I-25 but is very quiet and peaceful. The sites are long, pretty level, mostly back-ins. The road through the campground is narrow with drainage ditches on both sides which makes backing a fifth wheel into some spots a challenge. We would stay here again if passing through.

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The rate is $25 for an electrical site, plus the $7 NFS day use fee. This is our second time here, the first being a few years ago before it was clear cut due to the pine bark beetle infestation. While I do wish the trees were still there, the 360 degree view of the mountain ranges with the lake in the foreground is in a word - spectacular. It is a few miles from Grand Lake and the west park entrance.

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As others have mentioned this area has been hit hard by the pine bark beetle. The campground has been clear cut which actually makes for beautiful views of the mountains, as well as super easy to maneuver in and around the campground. The sites are long level back-ins with 50amp and good space between sites. It is right off 14, but there is not a lot of traffic, especially at night. We used this campground as a base for doing several beautiful hikes in the area.

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This is a great campground for visiting the east side of the park. Elk and deer came through at dusk and dawn most days. We got a walk-in site (Glacier Basin Campground was closed so they made Moraine loop B walk-in this year) and had a long level site. I knocked off 2 points for lack of any hook-ups, but truthfully it was worth dry camping for 4 days for the location of this campground.

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We do not normally stay in private resort type parks because we do not use the amenities and therefore don't want to pay for them. I am glad we made an exception here and stayed 5 days. We came to Breckenridge for the hiking and biking and using this campground as a base was super. We had a wonderful spot on the Swan River with grass and a patio set perched right on the rivers edge. I did use the laundry which was convenient. We would definitely stay here again if in the area, but doubt we would pay the rate in the high season.

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We have stayed here for one night driving through (this time) and also for a couple days to see the area two years ago. This is an excellent campground in every way and should be a model for others to follow. It is convenient to I-70, yet quiet. The spaces are huge, private, extremely clean and most all have a view of the Colorado State Monument. The restrooms, showers and laundry are all squeaky clean. There is a super playground if you have kids or grands with you. If that isn't enough it is pet friendly too.The $27 fee includes the $7 day pass for being a Colorado SP. Staying here while in Fruita is a no-brainer.