John and Carol

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This is an older park, but a great location if you want to watch the Grand Canyon Train. Excellent WiFi and strong Verizon signal. Restrooms were spotless. Laundry room is old, but a good value. Three of the four washers were working; they are large and efficient. Dryers all worked well. Since the park wasn't full during our stay, staff spaced RVs every other site unless people were traveling together. They smoothed the gravel roads nearly every day.

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This is a great place to stay, like a remote site but with full hookups. We love it. However, many sites are not very level. There are great views of the surrounding mountains and beautiful northern New Mexico scenery. The west campground has better sites and 50-amp but no restroom facilities. The east campground has 30-amp service and numerous side-by-side hookups. It does have a restroom facility and laundry. There is no wifi in the campground. We had good Verizon broadband and cell signals. We would stay here again.

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This was once a KOA campground and is being modernized by new owners. Sites are fairly level. We were assigned to one site but told we could choose among several others if they suited us better. The 50-amp service was strong and reliable. Water pressure was low. We had been told ahead of time to use a filter and bring drinking water, since their well water isn't great. The owner called the day of our arrival to tell us our site number since she was going to be away from the park when we arrived. The next day, she called again to tell us we had paid too much when we self-registered. Great customer service. The wifi was very good. They still have work to do to make this a really nice park, but they are working toward that. We would stay here again.

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This is one of the best campgrounds we have stayed in. The site were large and plenty long for our 34 ft 5th wheel and truck. The electric was solid, water pressure a little low. The Wi-Fi was great--fast and reliable. The office staff was friendly. The campground is very quiet and attractive. It is convenient to Custer State Park and to the town of Custer. We had good Dish TV and excellent Verizon broadband, as well. We would stay here again if in the area.

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The campground is old and the sites are a little too close, but the office staff was friendly and helpful, the park is 1 block from Wall Drug, the sites are level and the hookups good. The Wi-Fi works well and we have good Dish Network TV, Verizon cell and broadband. We would stay here again.

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This is an old park and it has not been updated. The laundry was dirty, but adequate. The staff was helpful. When we asked for a new site because the trees were brushing our RV roof, they came immediately with the tools to trim the tree. Our site was fine, with 50 amp and full hookups. But the park has only five 50 amp full hookup sites and no more than 15 full hookup sites total. It is really set up for tents and small trailers coming in overnight.

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This is a great campground, level sites, everything is very clean. The owner is friendly and helpful. It would be a great place for a peaceful few days of rest or for small RV rallies. We had good hookups. Our only negative was the trees that prevented our use of the Dish satellite antenna.

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This is a very nice campground. The sites are asphalt and level, plenty long for our 5th wheel and truck. We have solid 50 amp electric, water, sewer, and strong Wi-Fi. The campground is open so we get good Dish TV and our Verizon broadband works well. The office staff was busy but friendly. A shuttle provides transportation to the casino. It is also possible to walk there. We would stay here again. Cost is with Escapees or Good Sam discount during the week.

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I don't think I have ever rated a campground this low. The owner isn't pleasant, there are rules for everything and signs about the rules everywhere. The bathrooms are old, clean, but primitive. Doors aren't big enough to really provide privacy, you are only partially covered by a building. The showers are even older and worse. They may be clean, but very unattractive. The two pull-through sites are facing the road so the front door of the RV is less than 4 ft from the road. The only saving grace was it was possible to reserve a site, but we had to drive here to do it, since they only accept cash and check. Rate is based on staying 7 days.

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Most sites in this park are seasonal, which means the campground is quiet during the week, busy on the weekends. Our site was grass, level, with good hookups. The wifi didn't work and we had a very poor Verizon broadband signal. Owners were friendly and helpful. OK park. We would stay here again if we needed to be in the area.

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We had a level site with full hookups, 50 amp, in the section of the park with short-term campers. Most of the park has seasonal renters. We had good Verizon broadband, good open sky for Dish TV. Noise from landscaping company next door and the highway right behind our section was a negative. Nearby lake and a great flea market in nearby St. Germain were good. We would stay here again.

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Our site was level, good hookups. WiFi was fair. Good Verizon cell and broadband. Sites are narrow. Most of the park full of seasonal guests. Many are well-kept. Others full of junk, despite innumerable rules. I-55 highway noise pretty bad. May be best option near Chicago, but not a great park.

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On the whole, this is a pretty good campground but we had a site in an unfortunate location, right next to the picnic shelter. The folks who were attending an RV rally had no idea how to respect other people's sites. They kept walking through our site and others between the pavilion and their trailers. The park should inform rallies they shouldn't invade other people's sites. The park wifi was worthless. The location was excellent, Verizon internet and phone good. We had good Dish RV reception.

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This is a pretty good park. The sites are all grass and fairly wide. When the park is not full, units are spread out nicely. Restrooms are spotless. The laundry is small and several machines are out of order. The wifi is worthless. We had very good Verizon broadband and Dish signals. The staff is friendly. No enforcement of rule that dogs should be on a leash. We would come here again. Price is with a 15% Escapees discount.

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We enjoyed our stay and would return again. But there are problems. The facilities are old and not in really good repair. Paint peeling, roads not great. RV pads are narrow. Our site, 149, looked private on the map, but we shared our yard with the site next door. Nice people, but no privacy at all. Staff was friendly. Very weak Verizon broadband. Fair Dish signal. Our nightly rate was with Passport America. Without that discount, it would have been $35 a night. A site with electric only is not worth that.