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Review Count: 96
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Black Bear Campground, Florida, New York

Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $45.00
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We were looking for a place near West Point. This is a 45 minute drive to the west. We parked on top of the hill with great visibility for satellite dishes. (I asked for it when I called.) We hadn't been here before, but I found a number of forums where people recommended it as close to NYC and West Point. The people were very nice! They put in a new road this year to get to the top parking area that eliminates the old 180 degree turn. The office/store is being remodeled. We didn't use any of the facilities. The swimming pool appeared to be open and used. One large area of the park is obviously 'worker bees' in trailers, but it is kept fairly clean. I was told they never completely sell out, so it's a good last minute place to stop. We got a 'buy 6 nights & get one free'. It is a little off the beaten track, but we'd stay here again. We camped at Black Bear Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Luray KOA (formerly Luray RV Resort Country Waye), Luray, Virginia

Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $45.00
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We stayed here with a rolling rally. It is a fabulous park-like setting with level gravel sites. Many of the sites are open so satellite dishes work. The little clubhouse in the middle of the huge grassy field was great for our meetings. The staff was friendly and helpful. There is low water pressure. It is a few miles out of town but we were looking for a quiet rest. We'd definitely come back. We camped at Luray KOA (formerly Luray RV Resort Country Waye) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Crossroads Arena, Corinth, Mississippi

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $10.00
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This isn't really an "RV Park." It is spots behind the Crossroads Arena with some power and water pedestals. It apparently was damaged badly in a flood (a year ago???) and is waiting for federal money to repair. The group we were with was not provided any of this info. The guys rewired some of the plugs so our 15 big-rig units all had power: some 50 amp, some 30, some 20. One unit got stuck coming in and had to be towed. The sites are not level nor marked at all: right now. It has the potential for being a great overnight area. On top of the above deficiencies, we arrived the afternoon before the Great Tornado Attack of 2011. We had to seek shelter 3 times in the next 16 hours. We camped at Crossroads Arena in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Oak Creek RV Park, Weatherford, Texas

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $31.00
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We stopped just overnight but would have stayed longer. Clean, well laid out (well, except for the tight U-turn to get out). The sites are angled for easy parking and roads are paved, with concrete pads. The rivers and ponds are great, as was the grass - we had just come from Arizona/NM/West Texas. It's west of town about 10 miles and fairly isolated, but if you have food in the freezer, that's not a problem. The staff was friendly and professional. The park is huge - we walked much of it. Great place for a rally or an overnight. We were in the front area with no trees, which is our choice because of two satellite dishes. We'd stay again! We camped at Oak Creek RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
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Whip In RV Park, Big Spring, Texas

Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $23.00
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Rate reflects Escapees. Owners are nice: said they recently bought it but have owned others. Many spaces obviously were long-term residents: normal in this area. Landscaping work is ongoing; the dirt interior roads in dry West Texas were as usual. The spaces are Very Narrow. The 4-slide guy had to move or touch the neighbor; only 7 have 50 amp. Access from I-20 was easy. This is not an RV Resort, but we'd stay here again for an overnight. We camped at Whip In RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
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Vegas Storage & RV Campground, Las Vegas, New Mexico

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $25.00
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The lady in the office was terrific! Nice, informative, delightful. That was the best part of the park. Well, other than a decent price. And our site was fairly long, level and pull-through. The area between sites is nothing but mowed weeds. The roads are dirt/gravel. Sites are bordered by huge iron posts in the ground - watch out! Most sites are rented by the month, but not trashy. We took the wrong choice on our way out and draged under a huge willow tree as we made the corner (take the outside road next time...) It is close to Wal-Mart, fairly close to the cool old downtown (but the prices at El Rialto were way too high for mediocre food!) and convenient to the freeway. Would we stay there again? - probably not. It was too much like a seedy mobile home park. We'll try the State Park next time - and we really do want to come back and explore Las Vegas. We camped at Vegas Storage & RV Campground in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Mobile City RV Park, Grand Junction, Colorado

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $25.00
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Thanks to the prior reviewer for mentioning this campground!! It's not full of amenities and is mostly mobile homes, with a central section of RVs, both temporary and long-term. It's flat, with large spaces and no large trees (which is our first requirement so our satellites work.) This is not a "campground!" We love it, as full-timers with no kids. It's close and convenient to the mall and to the Colorado National Monument. The office people are very friendly and helpful. The price seems to be higher for us: this was a weekly rate also, but it's not out of line. We'll definitely return. We camped at Mobile City RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

McArthur's Temple View RV Resort, St George, Utah

Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $44.00
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This was our first visit - we usually stop north or south of St George, but it worked out this time. The park was clean & neat; the front desk was friendly & efficient. When we decided to stay another day, it was quickly made to happen. However, we will probably not stay here again - we have a full 40' MH - it was difficult to park from the narrow streets. We did it, but we don't like to have to work at parking. (And no, we didn't quite take out the palm tree of the park model across from us.) Had I known the layout before, we might have asked to stay in the overnight area with pull-throughs. This is a nice park in a great location - if we drove a shorter rig, I'd love it. We camped at McArthur's Temple View RV Resort in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Salt Creek Recreation Area, Port Angeles, Washington

Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $24.00
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We didn't actually stay here - we didn't make reservations (they need to be made 2 weeks prior to a visit) so we just tried for one of the 1st come/1st served spots, but they were full. They do save a bunch for last minute people. This was a great looking campground! One area has big open sites for trailers & motorhomes, with views. The other area is back into the trees. We were there on a Monday and it was pretty much packed - tents, trailers, motorhomes, you name it. Good times were being had by all. We'd stop again & try to get a spot. WE DID NOT STAY HERE. We camped at Salt Creek Recreation Area in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Crescent Beach & RV Park, Port Angeles, Washington

Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $45.00
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We pulled in here but didn't actually stay - the price is based on the price posted at the door. There are only 2 sites that take big rigs - they were full. The front desk people are very nice, but the owner is in charge. The sewer system is shot & we couldn't even park in any of the empty spots without our sewer hooked up (my husband thinks because we'd probably have fallen thru into the drainage field. It was very soft.) This should not be advertised as anything but a small rig and tent campground, with a few sites at the west end for the rest of the world. But, there were a lots of Class B rigs all over the place - so were they not hooked up to water & sewer??? We would not even try to stop here again, even tho the location is great and the view terrific. We camped at Crescent Beach & RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
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Grant County Fairgrounds RV Park, John Day, Oregon

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $20.00
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We discovered this by accident while driving across central Oregon. It's perfect for the weekend - long pull-thrus, 50 amp, some shade but the satellites work in most spots, full hook-ups, picnic tables. Close to the Kam Wah Chung museum we haven't visited yet, but will. And Saturday night will be a Demolition Derby next door!!! Might not be as quiet then... We'll go. The river is just behind the campground, but access is limited by overgrowth. Several good restaurants in town, plus a fast food, in a little bitty town. They have raised the price every year it appears - used to be $10 and then $16. It's a value at $20, with monthly rates available also. We'd definitely come here again. It's difficult to find coming from the east, but well marked from the west. We camped at Grant County Fairgrounds RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Earp & James Hitching Post (formerly Lottie-Dell Campground), Snowville, Utah

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $22.00
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We stopped for an overnight from southern Utah on our way to Boise - perfect distance. Check-in was as described - put the money in an envelope and pick a spot from the map provided. The Escapees discount was a bonus. There is no 50 amp but we were okay. The area was clean and well mowed. The old farm equipment was interesting; we didn't try the bucket of balls. The long pull-through spots have no trees, which we like because we have satellite dishes. This is a Plain Jane one or two night stop over. A Flying J is at the same exit and there are a couple of little restaurants in town, but we didn't try them. We'll stop again. We camped at Earp & James Hitching Post (formerly Lottie-Dell Campground) in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Legacy Inn and RV Park , Price, Utah

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $25.00
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Good points: There is 50 amp service; our two satellite dishes could hook up. Not so good points: The entry was difficult to maneuver, with no place to park while checking in. [You apparently can pick your own site and then check in, we find out later. We just blocked the only driveway...] The front desk lady was less than cheerful, but it was late in the day of a long hot one & neither was I, so it might not have been her fault. The entry & turn into the back-of-the-lot pull-thrus is very tight (180 degree turn) & someone - old owners? new owners? - put in steel pipes on both ends of both sides of the sites, which are only 16' wide to start with. We only have 1 small slide; we fit. We drove by the only other advertised park in town & chose this one. Next time we will plan a trip that doesn't need a stop in Price. We would not stay here again. We camped at Legacy Inn and RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Buck Creek RV Park, Abilene, Texas

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $27.00
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The owner was very nice. The park was not busy so we had our pick of sites. The mesquite trees are still low enough not to bother satellites but they give some morning & afternoon shade. The sites are very long & level with choices on sewer hook ups. The roads & sites are gravel, mostly, but there is some sturdy grass between sites. There's not much to do in the park, but we like that. We were asked about Wi-Fi when we checked in, so it must be offered - we carry a satellite dish so we didn't get details. We'd come back - it's soooo much better than Tye. We camped at Buck Creek RV Park in a Motorhome.

Review Count: 96
States Visited: 28
Helpful Reviews: 2

Trader's Village RV Park, Grand Prairie, Texas

Date of Stay: June, 2009 - $28.00
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The site was level & concrete (nice during the thunderstorms!) and long enough for our 40' plus toad. We were placed where the trees didn't interfere with satellite dishes. The office staff was always nice. The produce at the Trader's Village on the weekends was terrific. The space between sites wasn't great, but not as bad as I thought from the reviews - maybe we were in a different section. The airport/helicopter noise was distracting at times; the road construction on Mayfield was a pain. We would stay here again. We camped at Trader's Village RV Park in a Motorhome.

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