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Great roads throughout busy park. Gravel sites. Parking lot style. Nice pool, but could use daily sweeping to get rid of small rocks which accumulate on pool deck. Free bus transportation from hotel, a short walk away, to downtown, Freemont St., and strip. Very convenient to large hotel a short walk away. Changed management to a KOA facility, and no longer give discounts to any other group. Bummer!

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Huge number, 1600 I'm told, of RVs dry camping close to Balloon Fiesta event. Spectacular view of AM balloon launch. Free shuttle buses from park-Fiesta. Efficient volunteer check-in with personal golf cart direction and help parking, to site. Dump service and potable water available for a fee. Porta potties available throughout park. Was a nice touch to have local newspaper delivered to the coach early every AM. The city of ABQ goes out of its way to assure welcome for so many visitors. Way overpriced for what you get, but sensational way to see/attend Balloon Fiesta.

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No sewer at site, but dump station in park. Very nice ranger station around 1/2 mile from park with welcoming ranger. Watch for rattlesnakes in area. Ranger was good at taking care of one outside of station. Very windy the night we stayed, but nice fire ring if it were more calm. Looked like great hiking if that is your interest. No ranger at campground entry. Had to go to main ranger station to log in. 3-4 mile drive to historic Winslow, AZ.

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Basic. Clean park. Friendly staff. Gravel roads throughout, but large spaces. Trains running frequently throughout day and night, but noise not too terrible. Free WiFi excellent!

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Beautiful, professional park, possibly the plushest one we've ever stayed in. Very close to the historic town of Williams which has numerous restaurants and souvenir shops. Right across road from Grand Canyon Railway Depot. Nice fire pits and complimentary gas barbecues. Perfect wide paved roads and cute dog walk area around perimeter of park. The only complaint is the "free" WiFi was mostly inoperative. Stay here annually when visiting the Grand Canyon.

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Park itself is clean and basic, but is just across the road and walking or free shuttle service to the Avi Casino Hotel, which has a plush pool, spa, beach, and all the amenities of a plush resort. The RV park has a nice dog park, but it could use lights for night use, maybe on a rheostat? Okay, but not great roads throughout park. General store across the road near hotel. Stay here annually, and our favorite spot in Laughlin. Hotel also offers free dry camping.

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A clean, basic park with good Wi-Fi. Met our needs with not too many frills. Enjoyed the complimentary morning coffee and muffins.

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A ridiculously high-priced park for what you get, but if you want a true balloon experience it's a must do. The park has thousands of RVs parked every year. Most with no park supplied amenities, but with spectacular views of hot air balloons launching, landing and evening fireworks displays. The roads in the park are mostly gravel, with tiny thorns that hurt the dogs' paws, and flatten bike tires. The included bus service into the Balloon Fiesta is a definite advantage. The Verizon data service throughout the park was non-existent. Wonder if that had anything to do with the park's sale of Wi-Fi through a local vendor? Disappointing for a city the size of Albuquerque. The Balloon Fiesta is a treat to attend, and if nothing else, dry camping in the park is an experience. For a fee, trucks are available to dump holding tanks, and fill potable water.

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A cute park across the road and a short walk from a nice hotel. The park does not have a pool or spa, but allows the use of the spectacular facilities at the hotel which also has a beautiful beach and park on the Colorado River. The hotel has a good breakfast and happy hour deal for card-holders. The park roads are mostly gravel, but it has some interesting desert landscaping. We came in with a dead battery in our toad, and the resort's manager called the hotel's security who arrived immediately with a jump service. Excellent service! Verizon had a very weak data signal, but the golf course next door had an open and usable Wi-Fi connection. One must see is the nearby town of Oatman. Bring carrots for the tame, wild burros. Fun beggars!

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Clean park; sites have picnic tables, and are on pavement with lava rock and some weeds growing in the rock in between sites. A doggie park would be nice, although they have dog sitting available for a fee if you want to take the train to the Canyon. Baths/showers were immaculately clean and even provided liquid soap and shampoo. You can use hotel facilities also (pool, etc). Wi-Fi worked fine. You can walk/bike to town/Safeway. Excellent paved roads throughout. A P/A park.

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This is a small, basic old RV park located right off an exit of I-40 in Grants. Park has gravel sites which were fairly level and provide ample room. Sites are close together with no privacy. Restrooms are newly remodeled and clean, and the office/laundry area should be nice when completed. Park looks tidy and the long term campers maintain their trailers and sites. Wi-Fi service was good. Location right off the highway and across from a Walmart were good. The office was empty when we arrived, and the site we had been assigned on the reservation was occupied, so we just took another empty site. The park was adequate for our needs, and the new owner is trying to upgrade the park, but it has a long way to go.

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We have stayed numerous times and will continue to return when we're in the area. The mountain coming out of Vegas overheated our rig's engine, but we made it. The park is a beautiful spot on a small lake. They provide kayaks and paddle boats. Fun! The pool and spa were clean and refreshing. The restaurant has a nice, reasonably priced buffet every night, and it's great fun to walk the dog on nice sidewalks around the lake. The bathrooms were clean, but could use an overhaul and more showers. A real treat to stay here.

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We stay here when we're in Las Vegas once or twice a year. The park is parking lot style, but with a convenient, free bus to downtown Fremont Street and the strip. The pool and spa were disappointing as compared to previous stays because the pool water was cold, and bottom was debris filled. Don't know if that was because of the resort's inability to maintain cleanliness due to high winds or just negligence. Spa water was much lower than it should have been, with a very noisy circulator. Walmart is right across the street, and the hotel has some fun restaurants, theaters and lounges. Oddly, they have a not enclosed sewer setup. Nice, convenient dog park. The showers were old, but clean.

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Like coming home. Great, clean pools and spas. Fun pool bar with excellent Happy Hour, and breakfast and lunch specials and tasty choices for early evening dining. Friendly wait staff. Paved roads, but much gravel and dust from sandy beach when the wind blows. Beautiful well tended mile long beach. Fun mini-golf course, ping pong table, and basketball court. Nice kids playhouse. Kids unfortunately allowed to get carried away with pool splashing and should be better supervised and rules set and applied . Handy, well equipped, small convenience store.

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Here with an RV owners' club, thus the reasonable group rate. Fantastic, luxury park. Nice mix of park models and RV sites. Gravel sites with cement pads for chairs, table, etc. Great food was prepared and served by gracious resident hosts. Small sandwich shop in park along with gold shop. A general store for forgotten or run out of necessities might be a nice touch, but large stores are not too far away. Three close by our site, well cared for "bark" parks were appreciated by our dog, and well lit for nighttime use. Lovely large swimming pool and spa. Equally clean smaller pool and spa. Park advertised many winter activities. Still playing afternoon volleyball in the large pool. Comfortable outdoor seating area near the large pool. Grounds were well-manicured and a pleasure to explore. Huge, paved, roads throughout park. Back in spaces allowing easy maneuvering of big rigs onto sites. A bicycle or golf cart is helpful to get around as park is huge. Immaculate shower facilities.