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This is very easy to find from the interstate. It has nice, wide, paved interior roads with concrete pads. Our site did not have grass, but some did. We were in the pull through section for larger motor homes. It appears the smaller, back in sites had the grass and trees. They have a complimentary continental breakfast every morning and very helpful, friendly office staff. I would have given this park a 10 except that the WiFi was very slow and there is highway noise. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a beautiful, well maintained park. It's very easy to find from the interstate. Wide, paved interior roads with gravel sites. The picnic tables could use some work and there is no grass for the dog, which is typical of the western RV parks we've stayed in. They had a BBQ dinner one night that was very good. The play area and pool looked very nice but we didn't stay long enough to use them. The only drawback is the noise from planes. They're in the flight path of the municipal airport. We would stay here again.

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This is the first KOA we've stayed in that was not well maintained. There were weeds growing up through the gravel throughout the park. The picnic tables were unusable because they needed to be sanded and repainted, if not replaced. It is very easy to find off the interstate and the interior roads are wide enough to maneuver a big rig but we probably would look for a different park if we ever get back to this area.

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This park is in the middle of nowhere but only 5 miles from the Meteor Crater park. After check-in, the entrance/exit gate is a bit narrow for a motor coach but just take your time and it's very doable. The roads are gravel and wide enough to make the turns to get to your site. There is little to no grass for the dog. This is a well kept park with what looked like a few full timers but mostly people passing through or going to the Crater. There is a Subway at the Crater but other than that no restaurants nearby. We would stay here if passing through this way again. Oh, forgot to mention the train that comes by every couple of hours, especially during the night. With windows closed and AC on, the noise wasn't too bad.

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Easy to get to from I-17. Wide paved interior roads, concrete pads wide enough to park the coach and toad. Very nice park. We stayed here because the park in Sedona was full and we're very glad they recommended to us. The location of this park makes getting to Sedona and the nearby towns very easy. There is some road noise but it really didn't disturb us. This area is prone to high winds, especially in the afternoon, so don't leave your awning out when you leave for the day.

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Easy to find using their website map. Wide, paved interior roads. Sites are gravel but have a paved area to park the toad. Sites are nice and wide and have a concrete pad for the wrought iron table and chairs. Good cable and wifi. Convenient location for visiting the attractions. They even have a "bar & grill" that serves burgers and wings. The only drawback is the nearby Air Force base. The planes can be annoying and, of course, there is a train somewhere close by that could be heard around 6:00 in the morning. Overall, this is an exceptional KOA and we would return if visiting Tucson again.

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Easy in and out from highway. Interior roads are wide gravel. Sites are also wide, long and gravel. We arrived on Labor Day and the office was closed but had called ahead and were met and directed to our site. When we checked in the next day, we weren't given any information about the park or nearby attractions. I was directed to the clubhouse for brochures. We tried the cable connection but couldn't get any channels and we couldn't find a wifi connection. Out AT&T hotspot worked well and since there aren't any high trees we used our satellite. Even without these amenities, we would probably stay here again if we ever get over this way again. The only really big negative for us was all the sandspurs in any nearby grass for walking the dog. On the day we left, we were told there is a dog walk at the far back of the park.

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Very easy to find from I-10. Wide interior roads. We had a pull-through that was long enough to keep the toad attached if we had wanted. There are two wide paved strips in the gravel sites to drive the RV wheels on - don't really know why because jacks go down on the gravel anyway. Sites are narrow and don't have picnic tables. There really isn't room for them. Some of the "View" sites do have tables. There is absolutely no grass for dogs even in the dog walk. I know this is the desert, but some grass for our 4 legged children would have been nice. We would stay here again but probably won't come this way again.

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Nice, wide roads made entry and exit easy. Sites are wide, long and mostly level. Picnic tables are on heavy black pads. This is the desert so there is very little grass and the wind can get quite strong very quickly. Our site was up front so there was road noise which was sometimes annoying. You can see White Sands in the distance. We had to use their laundry room because they charge extra to do laundry in your coach. They have to drive excess water (gray tank) to the water treatment plant and pay for dumping it. Laundry room was clean but only had 2 washers and 2 dryers. Since we were the only ones in there it wasn't a problem. We would stay here again if visiting the area or passing through.

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This park is right in the center of the town and there were 3 trailers parked just off the road outside the fence so it was a little difficult seeing the entrance. However, it was easy enough to enter once we saw it. (They were parked there so there so the people could go to the cafe next door.) We did not have to swing wide like another reviewer had to. There are really no interior roads. There is just the entrance road with a turn around at the end. We were assigned to site #2 which is very close to the main road. Sites for overnighters are very close but we were the only ones there so it wasn't a problem. There were a lot of motorcyclists traveling through town during the day and they were a bit noisy but it quietened down at night so we had no trouble sleeping even with the windows open. We would stay here again if we ever come this way.

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Very easy to find. Easy in and out. Interior roads are wide with no overhanging trees to worry about. A couple of trees over the exit drive could be trimmed. They just brushed the top of our 12'7" rig. Sites are gravel and level. We were in what looked to be a new area and it was very clean and well kept. The only negative comment would be that there is absolutely no grass except in the pet area. Our dog couldn't comfortably sit outside with us on the gravel. A little grass at each site would make this much nicer for pet owners. If our spot had been at the very end of the area it would have been quite a walk to get him to the fenced pet area.

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This is definitely only an overnight stop for travelers. There are permanent residents but ample space for over-nighters. The gravel sites are long enough that we didn't have to unhook the toad and all appeared as level as was the one we were assigned. There were a few trees and none were a problem navigating the interior roads. You pull behind the convenience store (not a problem) and register inside the store. Staff was very helpful on our departure when we asked about the Texas road our GPS wanted us to use. Because of recent rainfall the road was closed. The young man called a friend who worked with the highway patrol to check on a different route for us. All worked well. If traveling this way again, we would stay here overnight.

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Very easy to find. Good interior roads with no overhanging trees. Long pull through sites with concrete patios. You won't have to unhook your toad unless you want to visit the area. They don't have picnic tables but have wrought iron tables and chairs on the patios. Mostly shorter mesquite trees so getting satellite reception was not a problem even though they have cable. I would have given this park a 9 if not for the noise from the nearby airport. During they day it can be annoying but it is quiet at night for sleeping. There is also a nearby train that really didn't bother us. We would probably stay here again if in the area.

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Easy in/out from highway. Interior roads well maintained and easily navigable. Long pull-through sites. We wouldn't have had to unhook the toad except we were staying for several days to explore the area. Our site had larger than usual gravel stones with wooden borders that helped keep the gravel contained. Some sites had trees for shade but we requested an open site so we could get satellite. The Wi-Fi was strong and worked well our entire stay. We would definitely return.

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Easy to get to from I-10. Very close to downtown and attractions. Interior roads are easy to navigate although there are a few trees that need to be trimmed. We asked to be moved from our first site because the trees had branches that appeared to be tied up so they wouldn't fall in a heavy wind. Our site was long enough that we could have left the toad connected. We would stay here again if we come back to San Antonio.