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This is our second visit and it is a beautiful park. If they aren't full you can choose a sunny site in the front or shaded in the trees. They have a two acre dog park so your dogs can get good exercise. All the buildings are in beautiful shape and spotless. We will certainly stay here whenever we pass through Durango.

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Price reflects monthly stay and also demonstrates that you get what you pay for. Road was very rough and would be difficult for very large rigs. Sites are haphazard and you look right into your neighbor's windows due to strange layout. The trees are nice but get in your way. In many sites, including ours, you can't even use the awning due to obstructions. Mostly permanent residents, many with old rigs and cluttered sites. Staff was friendly and help. We would not stay here again.

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They must have fixed the WiFi as we got the free service and can easily download movies and do anything else we need to do. The park is beautiful with water fountains, green grass, and exceptional service. We will definitely stay here next year.

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Most people may not rate this a 10 because it is nothing fancy but we love it and have been here for several days, twice. Staff is very helpful. The sites are unbelievably large with much room between them with some basic landscaping. The view is to die for--360 degree unobstructed view of the mountains.The laundry room and restrooms are spotless. There is a trail on which your can let your dog go off leash. It is small so you may want to make reservations during the busy tourist season. It was full up while we were here.

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This is a very nice park with small grassy areas by each site. While we were there only overnight it looked like there were many activities. This is our second visit and will continue to by our stop when we pass through.

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The park is a resort in name only. They were all gravel sites with a small cement pad with a picnic table. No landscaping, to speak of. Staff was very friendly. The sewer connection on our trailer is quite low and the hook-up was all the way in the back of the site and higher than our connection so would not drain properly. It is also hard to find the entry to the park as it is sort of behind a truck rental business. We'd stay again because it is convenient to our family and it was clean.

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Our rate was a rally rate. The current owners purchased this park in July of this year and are working very hard to spruce it up. They are very friendly and helpful. As another said, the TV is a bit of a hassle due to Comcast's scrambling the signal to every site. The owners are doing all they can to deal with this. It is a typical KOA with gravel roads and sites. Some like this, some don't... We would certainly stay here again.

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Note: Rate is one month rate. Evidently the problems that a previous poster mentioned about getting stuck have been fixed as it poured rain while we were there and I didn't see anybody getting stuck. The sites are mostly gravel with concrete patio. There are a few large paved sites. This is a very clean, friendly and attractive park. While there are approximately 200 park models and 96 RV sites, the park caters to RVers and does everything possible to make it a great stay. The only thing to be aware of is that there are no deep back-in sites or pull through sites so overnighters have to unhook.

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I hardly ever rate a site as 10: but this is one of them. Paved roads, paved sites, lake view; absolutely gorgeous. You can't ask for more. It is Arizona mountains at their best.

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Most of the past ratings are accurate. You could easily rate the park 5-10 depending on your likes and dislikes. I like it. It is rustic and older but I love being in the trees. I would take dirt/gravel sites with trees over paved parking lots any day. We would certainly stay here again when visiting Santa Fe.

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We love this park and try to stay at it whenever we are passing through. It has beautiful views of the desert, big sites, and great places to hike. If you are a rock hound you can actually take up to 45 pounds of rocks home with you. I'm not a rock hound so can't say much about it, but evidently there are many different kinds of rock that people want.

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This is an older park, somewhat run down but for $11 a night with Passport America it can't be beat. It has three restored old trailers (the park is on Route 66) that can be rented and that gives the park a little ambiance. Would definitely stay here again, but not as a destination park--just a good overnight stop.

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Beautiful park surrounded by desert sage. It was very clean with wonderfully friendly owners. Would love to come back and stay a couple months.

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Very clean, basic park great for a layover in Tulsa. Close to the freeway so some noise but that seems to be the case in most city parks.

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Price reflects the "stay and play" rate--stay two weeks and get one week free. Contrary to what some have said, they do allow non-Escapees to stay here on a space available basis. Somewhat narrow roads so some sites are quite tight to get into but a nicely landscaped park with a lot of trees, on a small creek with boat ramp, a dog run and fairly level sites. Most Escapee parks are oriented towards retirees so there are no playgrounds or things for kids to do. Very nice place.