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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Site was 50 amp full hook up, pull through site. There were two or three rallies going on in the park, so we got one of the last spots available for one night on our way to Yuma. Our site was too short to park our truck, but there was a parking spot across the road. Road are paved and sites have concrete pads. Very well maintained and landscaped park, but being as full as it was, it felt very tight and cramped. Sites are pretty tight, especially when full of large RVs. We were escorted to our site which was a good thing as we had to weave around to get to our spot. Upon leaving we had to have office come and tell people to move their cars from the road so we could get out. Nice pool and hot tub, laundry and showers. It was a bit overpriced in our opinion. We would much rather stay at another nearby park, but they were booked for the night.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We had a 30 amp full hook up, pull through site. Gravel with a few trees. Close to interstate and good location for one night, road noise not too bad. Lady in office was very friendly and gave us information as to where to get our tire replaced after a blowout on the way. Wi-fi was okay. Laundry room available. We would stay here again for a night on our way to Arizona.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We would definitely not classify this as a resort. Sites are very tight with many trees and consist of some gravel, dirt and a little grass. Roads were pretty narrow. Buildings need updating and maintenance. Pool was closed. We had a 30 amp full hook up site. There were some 50 amp sites, but none available. Wi-fi at our site worked pretty well as we were right across from a tower. The parks location is very good; very close to Loveland. There is a large shopping center within walking distance with many restaurants. Many of the sites seemed to be occupied by permanent residents and oil workers. We stayed here because many other places were fully booked late in October. If we stay in the Denver area again, we will make reservations earlier to get a better place such as one of the state parks. We would not stay here again.

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We stayed at a special rate of buy one month, get one free for first time visitors. This resort is a membership park where all lots are for sale, and those that aren't sold yet are rented by the corporation that owns it. Although there are some very nice amenities including fairly large sites, a beautiful pool area and activity buildings, and nice landscaping; there were many reasons we would not stay here again. We definitely would not buy a lot here. Prices were quite high, and you run the risk of someone buying the neighboring lot and putting a large house on it so all you see are walls as your view. Also, they advertise 24/7 security with a manned guard house at the gate. About 90% of the time we were coming or going, there was no one in the guard house. Residents have a card to swipe to open the gate. We frequently witnessed several cars lined up waiting to get in, and a resident would come along and swipe their card to open the gate and anyone could drive in without being checked out. The security was a joke. There are only two tennis/pickleball courts. The tennis courts have pickleball lines painted on them so these courts are often in use and it is difficult to get to play. There are very nice shuffleboard courts. They have a full calendar of activities, some cost extra. There was lots of construction going on throughout the park on lots that were sold, so it was quite noisy from that as well as a nearby train track and planes going over to the nearby airport. The wi-fi did not work the entire time we were there. The office washed their hands of it and said to call the company who blamed the resort. Office people were not very helpful or knowledgeable. We felt this resort was very overpriced for the area, and there are many other choices in Yuma for a better price. We would not stay here again.

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The rate reflects a fall special. The cost is $595 from Sept. 1 through Dec. 31st. We weren't able to arrive until mid-October, but the price is still the same. A very good deal for the fall. It was quite hot when we first arrived, but cooled off nicely into the 70s and 80s for Nov. and Dec. This resort was purchased a few years ago by the Cal-Am corporation. They have done many upgrades including a beautiful sports complex with 8 pickleball courts, 6 tennis courts, very nice shuffleboard area, horseshoes and bocce ball. The two pools and hot tubs are also very nice. A full calendar of activities to keep you busy. This resort has over 1,200 sites. There are two sections. The older section has quite a few park models. Some are quite old, but the resort is working on getting them removed. The newer section is all gravel pull-through sites with paved roads. FHU sites with 50 amp electric. Wi-fi throughout the park. It worked fairly well, especially when it wasn't too crowded yet with the rest of the snowbirds. There is also a full length 9 hole golf course on the property which we played regularly. Much work is being done to improve the course and green fees are very reasonable. Many Canadians, but people were very nice. This is a 55+ park, but there are many very active residents. We liked it so much we are coming back next winter for the full season. We would have given it a 10 if there weren't so many old park models in the older section.

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Rate is Passport America price for one night. This was a gem of find. A small campground which is wonderfully maintained and landscaped. We had a full hookup 50 amp pull-thru site which was pretty level. Sites are a bit close together. Roads and sites are gravel. Very nice pool and hot tub and common areas. Access road was a little rough. Make sure to follow campground instructions to get here. GPS might take you the wrong way. Not far off of I-17. Free WiFi which was adequate, but rather slow other than early in the morning. We would definitely stay here again.

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Rate reflects a 10% KOA discount plus an additional $10 off coupon we had. We didn't feel this place was even worth the $29 we paid, let along the full price. Road and sites are gravel. We had a 50 amp pull through site which was pretty level. They were having water problems; pressure was low. Laundry was closed due to water issues. Free WiFi which did not work for us. This place needs some major TLC. There is not much available in the area. We doubt we would stay here again.

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Price reflects Passport America discount for one night. This is a very unusual campground. It is a working bison ranch with a gravel campground with pull-through sites that are very close together. It appeared most of the campers were workers in the area. There are also some cabins for rent. They seem to have quite a few family activities in the summer. We had a FHU gravel pull-through site with 50 amp electric which was pretty level. The park is right off of I-25 so there is road noise. The WiFi was free, but pretty slow. We would stay here again for an overnight.

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Rate is with Good Sam discount. We had a FHU 50 amp pull through site which was level. Roads and sites are gravel with a decent amount of grass between sites. There was also a picnic table at the site. They advertise free wifi for one device, but it did not work. We were getting security notices and our devices would not connect. There is a race track nearby and the noise was very loud on Friday and Saturday night. The park is just off the interstate so there is some road noise. There are lots of rules, although they didn't seem to enforce them in October. We feel this place could use some TLC and is a bit overpriced, however there are not many choices in the area.

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We stay at this park every summer to visit family in the area. The roads and large sites are paved with nice grassy areas between. Sites have 30 amp electric with fresh water and dump station at park entrance. There is a very clean shower building with flush toilets and showers. The campground is across the street from Beaver Dam Lake with a boat launch and fishing pier. This park is a gem in a peaceful natural setting. Will stay here again and again.

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The rate is Good Sam pricing. We had a FHU 50 amp site. Some sites are water and electric only. This is basically a large gravel parking lot with one main road down the middle and back-in only sites along both sides. Free wi-fi and cable worked okay. Bathrooms and laundry were nice and clean. Park next to RV park with hiking and biking trails. We felt it was very overpriced for what it was.

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Rate is Passport America price for one night. Just north of Kansas City about five miles from I-29. We had a FHU 50 amp pull through site. Roads were paved, site was gravel. Decent spacing between sites. Free cable and wi-fi advertised. We did not try cable, but wi-fi did not work at our site. Airport nearby with planes flying low. Bathrooms were great.

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We were here over Easter break and could not get a site in the newer area which has FHU sites more suitable to big rigs. We were in older part of campground. We had a large site, but the roads are a bit narrow. If we come back, we would only stay in the newer section. We had a 50 amp water and electric site only which backed up to the lake and had nice views. Too many trees to put out our satellite. This is a pretty park with lots of trees and pretty views. We would definitely stay here again in the newer section.

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Rate was Good Sam price. Close to Memphis and right on the Mississippi River. We enjoyed watching barges go up and down river. Gravel roads. We were in new sites for fifth wheels right along the river with concrete pads and FHU 50 amp service and great views out the back window. Free wi-fi, slow but adequate. This is the only place we've ever stayed with free laundry and the machines were excellent. It rained quite a bit before we arrived and the park was quite wet and muddy.

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Rate was Good Sam price. We had a FHU 50 amp pull through site. Some back in sites available right along the river. This is a small city owned RV park right on the Arkansas River in downtown Little Rock. Right across the street from farmer's market, Clinton Library and downtown. Great walking and biking trails go right through the campground. Clean and safe area. Little Rock had lots of things to see including state capitol. We would definitely stay here again.