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We have stayed here before and really liked Treetop. Park has run down in the few years it has been we were there. Roads are really bad. Lots of BIG holes. Tree branches are a worry. Had a wind storm and a couple of rigs got hit by falling limbs. Front awning is ripped. Flag is ripped. Workers are not very friendly. The bathrooms are clean and the laundry has new washers and dryers. Lots of permanents in the park. Storage and "stuff" makes park look unkempt. Not many choices in the area though so if we are in area guess we will stay here.

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Pros: huge lots, live oak trees @ every site, management pretty much lets you do whatever, canopies, dog pens OK, in country yet close to a Dollar General & convenience stores. Cons: VERY cliquey, office staff not well informed in how to operate computer software, outside staff not at all friendly. Gun shots ALL AROUND campground some automatic & very large caliber (very unnerving since you don't know which direction the person is shooting in). Crop dusters flying (buzzing) from daylight to dark. Kinda neat at first but gets real old listening to it.

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Been a few years since we stayed at Bennett's. Park has REALLY gone downhill. One good thing, they took the huge boulders out that restricted maneuvering! Sites are very unlevel and many have drop offs at doorway. Trees are dying even though the sprinklers run 24 hours per day albeit they are on stations, they rotate and run around the clock. You just have to "plan" when you want to sit outside or cook, AROUND THE SPRINKLERS ARE RUNNING!! Our site was a muddy mess. Too bad they don't have any competition!! Most likely we will not stay there again.

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Wow, what a wonderful surprise. I had been told about Treetops, but thought something in Arlington had to be loud and congested. This is a wonderful find. The staff, from girls in the office to the guys outside, went above and beyond. True example of Texas hospitality. The pool was beautiful, the restrooms sparkling clean. The sites were large with well taken care of yards. They could use a little gravel, but were pretty level. We will definitely return next trip to Arlington.

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Just a note to those full timers who might be looking for another campground. This one is really more for workers. Lots of welding rigs, motorcycles, ATVS. Coolers and "stuff" under and around rigs. Not many sites with shade. We drove 40 miles, only to decide we better stay where we were.

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Very off the beaten path. Road into park is washboard, gravel, approx. 1/2 mile long. Industrial businesses around the park.

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This is our second time camping at this wonderful campground! The owner is old school, he cares about his customers. Helps you get into spaces, even offered to loan us a connection to "stretch" our sewer hose. (We chose to pull to front of the site, to park in the back of the rig.) WiFi was excellent. Quiet, with lots of good paved roads to walk on. Cable TV at site, but we chose to set up Dish satellite and got a good signal. Site was level front to back and side to side. Lots of Texans here and a very friendly group. Office has lots of RV supplies and you get free Ruidoso paper twice a week. Will stay here whenever we come to Ruidoso.

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I would consider this a stop over park. The water pressure in almost nonexistent. WI-FI might work if you are close to the office, but we had trouble and were about 3 rows from the office. The staff was very friendly. Campground policy is to make a copy of your Drivers License, which I don't like. Nice views and a stream runs between RV sites & tent sites. Would stay here again as a stop over only.

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Our rate reflects a weekly rate. Overall a nice park. However, WiFi comes and goes which is frustrating. Staff for most part is very helpful and friendly. Did encounter some who took their "position" a little to seriously. LOTS OF MOSQUITOES, so bring the repellant. Restroom facilities could use a little updating. Not much to do in Chama if you aren't into trains. Beautiful surroundings and the drive from Antonito is breathtaking. Would stay here again.

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Level campground that is made of granite gravel. Mosquitoes in sites near trees. New managers, take their job a little too seriously. Be ready to get "chewed out" for the slightest misstep. Staff was helpful, but woman manager needs to learn how to treat her customers. After all, we DO pay her salary. Would not stay here again, would drive to another town if necessary.

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Very clean, friendly park. Close to airport, but no traffic while we were there. Internet connections in the lounge/laundry room. Washers & dryers worked well and were very reasonable. Store was stocked well & staff very friendly. The only reason I did not give this park a 10 was because site was grass/dirt and rutted. The site we parked in "shared a yard" which we don't particularly enjoy, since you can't choose your neighbor or their pets. Would stay here again, but would probably upgrade to premium lot.

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Never say never, right? Absolutely no other choice but stay here. They really need to change name to Cowtown TRAILER Park. Roofer w/ kids & dog on one side of us. Party-er who comes home at 2 a.m. on the other. Traffic in & out of park all hours of the night. RUDE workers. Really don't care if they have your business or not. Including management. Really Is sad you have so little choice in the DFW area. True RVers are at their mercy. Review regarding sunset is more accurate than not

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Unfortunantly, you don't have many parks to choose from in this area. Park is VERY loud. Lots of "permanent" campers here (workers) who are in & out all hours of the day & night. The park workers are too busy riding their golf carts to attend the rest rooms. (Found them clogged and dirty several days in a row) they are an unfriendly bunch. As for shade trees, we did not consider the few trees to be appropriate to shade the rigs & the park is on a hillside so that it was windy most of our stay (no awning for shade). Wi-Fi costs $$. Park hard to get out of due to configuration. Must drive 7 mph all the way to back of park then 7 mph back out. Laundry - dryers had tar or oil in them (lots of oil field workers in the area) We would not stay here again.

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The spaces VERY close together. After sliding out we were about 2 inches from electric and our awning was almost touched next rig. The large rock gravel for "patio" that wasn't level. Water pressure varies drastically from 80 psi to 50 psi or less with gauge, so you don't know whether or not to us regulator. We did & pressure was very low in rig. You are required to take your dog "off the property" for them to do their business. That is very inconvenient when it is raining or threatening rain. A free continental breakfast was supposedly pastry baked on premise & fresh fruit. We were served canned fruit & donut holes. The views are nice and the park is quiet.

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Older, quiet park. Deer wandering though. Mostly retired campers who were for the most part friendly. Wi-Fi is available for a FEE, but it is reasonable & is fairly reliable. I could see where large rigs might have a hard time getting in and out. We would definitely stay here again.