Michael Kibler

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As this is our "Home Park" we stay there at least a couple of times a year. We like the park for its hot mineral springs pools and spas, its view of the mountains, its quiet location and its location to the many small towns of the Coachella Valley, ie: Palm Springs, Indian Wells, etc. They have opened up the park to the public and accept Passport America for half off their $45 public rate. The sites are desert sand back-in with full hookups including cable tv. No picnic table or firepit. You can use propane fire pits. Wi-Fi is available at a cost. The park does have a lot of amenities in addition, ie: bochee ball, pickle ball, horseshoe courts, a small store offering sandwich specials and evening diner specials.

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A nice RV park just off of I-40 just far enough so that the highway noise is not too bad. The sites are basic gravel with full hookups. No amenities, no picnic table, no fire pit, and no WiFi or cable. OK for a night. The draw to this park is the Steak House with singing waiters/waitress'. You do get a 10% discount if you're staying at the RV park. The food is great and the entertainment was top notch.

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Basicly a one-nite stay PA park. The $20 rate included sales tax. Located right on the highway so there is a lot of highway noise. The sites are gravel with full hookups, no picnic table or fire pit. they do offer free WiFi, but no other amenities.

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The best part of this park is its location. It is close to Downtown Denver and all of Denver attractions just off of I-70. It is also right on a walking/biking path along Clear Creek that runs for miles with 4 small lakes that you can fish as well. It is also near great shopping. The park itself is all gravel with pull-thrus, back-ins and pull-ins. The sites have a split rail fence seperating each site. Kind of cute. They also have a concrete pad for a picnic table. No fire pit but you can use a propane fire pit. They do offer free wi-fi. No pool. They have a restroom with showers and a laundry room. It is a very popular park so make reservations. The rate we paid was a weekly rate. There is a 14.5% room tax on top of that! We have stayed here several times before and would deffinitely return.

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As a PA park for the $15 rate it is OK for one night. It is a section of a farm where they put in a few RV sites. They were gravel and field pull-thru with full hookups, a BBQ stand and a picnic table. As it is just off I-80 there is some highway and some train noise although it was not too bad for sleeping. I've had worse. As this is a farm there is some cow manure smell. Since we were there in late Oct. it wasn't too bad. But I'm sure in the summertime it would be strong.

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This is a Good Sam park just off of I-80 in the middle of Nebraska. It is far enough off the highway so highway noise is not a problem. The sites are full hookup, gravel pull-thru with a picnic table snd some have fire pits and some have nice "wooden swings". No cable TV. They do have a pool which was closed for the season when we were there and a playground for the kids as well as a game room with a large screen TV and a miniture golf course.

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This is a PA park just off Interstate 80. It is located just far enough off the interstate in the woods so that highway noise is not a problem. Great for a one night stay, although they do have a pool open during the season and a playground of you want to extend your stay. The pull-thru sites are spaceous gravel with a grassy area for a picnic table and a fire pit.

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This is a very nice RV park in the heart of Amish Country. There are 3 sections to this park close together at different levels as this is a hilly area. The first is all gravel the other two sites have a gravel pad and a grassy area for the picnic table and fire pit. All pull-thru and back-in sites have full hookups, a picnic table and a fire pit. They even offer free fire wood, scraps of wood from the wood working factory next door. It is quiet on the weekends but when the wood working factory starts up on Monday at 6:30 AM it is a little noisy if you are in the first all gravel area. Wi-fi is available. They have restrooms and a laundry room. There is no pool or cable TV.

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RV sites are located behind the motel in the woods. Back-in sites are spaceous with full hookups and a picnic table. No cable and no wi-fi. No other amenities. A very quiet setting close to Niagra Falls. Great location for a visit to Niagra Falls as it is only about 5 miles from the falls. We signed up for the Rainbow Tour with the Grey Line wich takes you to the Canadian side for a 4+ hour tour including the boat ride to the falls. The Canadian side offers much better views of both falls. And they pick you up and drop you off at the motel so you don't need to drive & park. Don't forget your passports! This used to be a PA park and as of this writing the new owners signed up with PA.

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This is a very large RV resort roght on Lake Onterio. Many of the sites are seasonal sites for trailers, 5th wheels and Park Models that are located close to the Lake. The other sites for non-seasonal short term stays are closer to the enterance to the park a little ways from the Lake. They have spaceous pull-thru sites with full hookups, a concrete pad with a picnic table, fir pit and cable TV. There are a lot of trees and plenty of grass that make for a very pleasant setting. As this park is a ways off of the highway it is very quiet. They have a large "social center" with several pools, a play area for kids, a restaurant, a store and a stage for bands/entertainment on weekends. At the beach they have a snack bar and picnic tables overlooking the Lake. Our $19 rate reflects our RPI membership.

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This is a very large RV park catering mainly to seasonal trailers with hedge lined roadways and sites. The sites for short term, nightly RV's number 4 small back-in and one large back-in with full hookups. Really not meant for motor homes, except for the large back-in site. They did say that they had another area for larger RV's up the hill via a different entrance. As it was full we did not see what it was like. For our short 3 nite stay is was OK as we spent most of our time sightseeing in Montreal. However, thinking back that I had made this reservation 3 months earlier, I think we should have been able to have a pull-thru site in the other area. If you make a reservation here be careful to verify what kind of site you will get. Maybe because it was a PA reservation, that is all you get, but verify.

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This is a small RV park (8 sites) that is part of an Outfitter that provides Raft Trips, ATV Rentals, Cabins and Tent Sites. They also have a Pub that serves food. The sites are grass with electric, water and cable TV. They are located just off the highway so there is highway noise. The $42 rate is a little high for what they have to offer.

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The North Eastern most RV park in the US. Great location, right on the Bay with fantastic views. And what a sunset we had the first night we were there. Probably the most beautiful sunset I've ever seen! The large manicured grassy pull-thru sites have electric and water, a picnic table and a fire pit. No sewer but they have a dump station. A very friendly gal signs you in and provides a lot of good information on the local area. One restaurant she recommended, Uncle Kippy's was great. We had a whole lobster diner for $17!

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This is a large PA park with a lot of amenities. The pull-thru sites a spaceous with full hookups, a picnic table and a fire pit. No cable and the antenna reception gets you French TV. It is however just off the highway so there is highway noise to contend with. It is located about 8 miles from the ferry terminal that takes you accross the river to Old Quebec City so you don't have to contend with traffic & parking. The PA rate is cash only, no credit cards or checks. Pay with Canadian money which was 23% lower that US money as they don't give you credit for US money. They did however throw in free wi-fi during our stay as we paid with US money.

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Spaceous RV park with widely spaced gravel sites and a grassy area in between. Very open, no shade. Surrounded by trees with the bay on the East side of the park. The pull-thru sites provide AM sun and a view of the bay and have full hookups, cable TV and a picnic table. Some sites have fire pits. Good location to park your RV on the mainland side of Bar Harbor and Acadia NP, avoiding the heavy traffic in and out of the island. Our $19 rate reflects our RPI membership rate.