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Passport America 50% off makes this a great deal. We've stayed in many parks for 3 times the price that weren't any better. Many full-timers. Our site backed up to a creek and had shade, although not every site is shaded. Good laundry. Close to Lafayette, Breaux Bridge, New Iberia, everything in Cajun Country. Very friendly owner. Right along busy Rt. 90 with traffic noise, but in July with the air conditioning on, it wasn't a concern. Stayed 5 nights.

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Golden Age pass gets 50% off in LA state parks. We had a premium site that was spacious and shady, backed up to river with a small dock for our use. FREE laundry located near the campsites. Park is very remote, no cell service at all, and no land phones that I could see in case of emergency.

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Passport America 50% rate makes this a good deal. Fair-sized pull-through sites, very limited shade. Shuttles run 24 hours throughout the park and take you from your site to the casino/hotel. Large clubhouse with pool, laundry, and restrooms is pretty far from the RV sites, need to take the shuttle. Lots to do at the casino/hotel: restaurants, spa, movies.

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Beautiful, private, spacious, paved shady sites. Lake is great for boaters. Large park, need transportation to really get around in it. Very remote, faint and sketchy cell phone service. Laundry at main office near pool, not near campsites.

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This park is about 95% permanent residents. When we arrived, there was no one in the office and no directions to the available sites, even though we had called ahead; a resident told us where to park. There were only 3 sites available for transients. Although they claimed to accept credit cards, we had to leave cash in an envelope since no one was ever in the office. It's a Good Sam's park, but I can't see why. Not welcoming to RVers, wished we had stayed elsewhere for the night.

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Well maintained park. Sites are close to each other and don't have patios. Sites for transients don't have shade, and it got very hot in July, but many of the sites for permanents are well shaded. Several laundry/bathrooms located around the property. About 20 miles west of Fort Worth on I-20, easy drive to Stockyards, zoo, and pool. Stayed a week; rate is Good Sam's. Probably even better when it's not 100 degrees out.

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Very well maintained park, good-size paved and shady sites. Great laundry with 8 washers and dryers. Free cable TV. Very friendly staff. Only stayed 1 night but would have stayed longer and explored the town.

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Large sites, well-maintained park. Beautiful indoor pool. Large clubhouse/tornado shelter. Park is right off I-40, which is where all the shops and restaurants are in Amarillo.

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This park is very well maintained and is within walking distance of the many downtown shops and restaurants. Our site backed up to a stream that runs through the town; one morning a deer was there for a drink! Very convenient to Cog Railway & Garden of Gods. The staff is friendly and helpful. The downside is that the sites are very close together. Good laundry. Right across the street from a good Italian restaurant.

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A good place for an overnight stop. The sites are large, and there are a few trees. The staff is friendly.

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First site assigned, a permanent resident in next site had taken over the electric connection so we had to move. Electric boxes look like they could use some upgrading. The trees drip a type of sap that sticks like glue, and the cottonwood blossoms stick to it. We also had to close up all windows at dusk before the moth invasion; dozens got into the RV around the screens. Reasonable laundry. Many permanent residents. Friendly office staff. Stayed 5 nights because we had paid for them; otherwise would have moved on to someplace else. We had trouble deciding on places in the Denver area. Would be best to go without reservations, drive up and look at the different parks, then pay your money. This park is not near Denver but close enough to Ft Collins & Boulder.

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The only high spot here is the very friendly office staff. The park seems to be a full-time trailer park, with many old tired-looking rigs and no one around. The transient sites are in a crummy corner facing a fence with old lumber and stuff piled up. There are no views of a park, no park-like setting. Some of the permanent sites are nice, but the transient sites are very tight, bare minimum. Laundry room is OK, cheap. Park as a whole feels neglected. Market within walking distance.

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At the very edge of town, tiered pull-through sites on a hillside, so you get some limited views of the Colorado River. Easy enough to get into, but the trash and bathrooms are at the top of the hill, so prepare to walk up. Many permanents. Friendly. We only stayed 1 night, but there are things to do in town that we would have visited if we'd had a car.

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Right in town. We don't tow a car, so very convenient for us. Can walk to many restaurants and shops, and Canyonlands Tours will pick you up at the park. Tight sites, but enough space for a picnic table and room to sit under a tree. Nicely maintained. Several used bookstores in town. Good food and beer at the microbrewery.

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This state park has a golf course, and some of the RV sites look out at the course, or are near the river, which has a boat launch. Our site was a pull-through, huge and fairly level. We had tried a different site first but couldn't back into it with our 25-foot class A without hitting a nearby fence, so we moved. We gave this park a "10" because the space was so great after many nights in very tight private parks. The rate included an $8 reservation fee; drive-in rate is $16. We were there on a Friday night and the park was full. Very popular place.