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Very nice park on the west side of Amarillo with easy access on and off I-40. It's far enough from the interstate that there is no road noise. Long, level pull throughs and a very friendly staff. Clean facilities. WiFi was a little slow (some surfing, no streaming) which is fairly standard for most RV parks. They offer a 100% Military discount for Active duty service members, which is pretty amazing. We'd definately stay here again.

     

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Benbrook, Texas

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This is a nice COE park. We were in #58 which is labeled as a 100+ foot pull-through. Due to the shape and the trees (both low hanging branches and the tree trunks themselves), it was actually a pull in and back out spot for our 40' 5th Wheel. The site was not level at all and the water post was on the opposite side of the trailer as the electrical post. The grass was about 8 inches long, which is far too long for a campground full of kids running around (snakes). However, this was only the case in the southern loop of the campground. The other parts seemed much nicer. Skip the south dump station altogether (it's on a hill) and drive five minutes to the north station, which is far more accessible and flat. The staff was incredibly friendly and very helpful. We would definitely return...just not to site 58.

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We stayed here for six months while on temporary assignment at NAS Corpus Christi. It's a nice campground with long, level concrete pads. The laundry room was always clean and they mow the grass regularly. No shade at all. The WiFi was outstanding, probably the best I've ever encountered in a campground. Other campers, especially the long term campers, were very friendly. The wind never stops blowing, but otherwise, it was a good place to stay and we would definitely return.

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This is the nicest RV park we've visited in Tucson! Quiet, clean, and level. We were stopping for the night and didn't have to disconnect from our 38' fifth wheel. Sites were nicely spaced and the staff was very friendly. The ripe citrus trees were a pleasant surprise and being allowed to pick the fruit was fun with the kids. The wifi was useless (typical of most RV parks), but AT&T service was adequate. We will definitely stay here next time we're in Tucson.

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Where to begin? The park's reservation system is terrible. You give them your credit card with no garantee of a reservation. They cannot and will not make a reservation over the phone. The main road into the campground (it's behind a motel) has low tree branches that you are sure to hit with your rig. The gravel site was level, but the water pressure was terrible, to the point where I couldn't take a shower in my trailer. There was a large, ugly pile of concrete debris and gravel directly across from our site. The sites open door to door, which is great if you're traveling with other RVers and really awkward if you're not. The bathrooms were a mess and physically in need of repair/updating. The showers were filthy as well. The wifi was too slow to use. All of this led us to leave early; something I don't remember ever doing before. The only benefit of this park is that they have a stop for the shuttle into Zion National Park right next to their driveway. For what it's worth, I would stay somewhere else, drive into town, park my truck, and catch the shuttle. Don't waste your money!

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This park has its pros and cons. I too had trouble making a reservation, it took about five tries of calling to finally get a reservation. The sites are level, but close together and your door will open to your neighbor, with whom you'll share a thin strip of grass. This is great if you're traveling with other RVers, and really awkward if you're not. The trees will make for great shade in about twenty years, but for now, expect to run your AC all day. The wifi was typical of most RV parks; sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't. The pool was excellent, especially after a day of hiking in the park. The laundry room was great. The bathrooms were very clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. This park was not my first choice, but I would definitely return.

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We stayed here while visiting Mesa Verde National Park. The campground is perfectly located, about a mile from the Park entrance. The site was gravel, a little unlevel, and a bit short. The sewer hookup was about 6 inches above the ground, which seems a bit high. The staff were all great and the kids loved the heated pool. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. We'll definitely stay here again, next time we visit Mesa Verde National Park.

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We stopped here for the night on our way to the Grand Canyon. We were very happy with this RV park. The sites are gravel, long, and level. They also have a nice concrete patio. There are bushes that provide privacy between sites. The hosts were amazing! They guided us to our sites, helped us park, and gave great tips for getting dinner. If we ever need a place to stay in Needles again, this will be our stop.

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We stayed here because we were taking the Grand Canyon Railway up into the park. This is essentially an overpriced parking lot. When we made the reservation, we thought the only train near the park would be the Grand Canyon Railway; we were wrong. Large, loud freight trains run by the park (as in, RV, ten feet, fence, ten feet, railroad tracks) several times during the night, sounding their horns at the crossings. When we checked in, the water spigot was missing some parts, so I couldn't hook up. I notified the front desk and they had a maintenance worker there to fix it in less than five minutes. The desk staff was also very friendly. The pool, which is indoors across the street at the hotel, had so much chlorine that our eyes burned as soon as we walked into the pool room. The train ride itself was awesome and we would definitely do that again, but we would find somewhere else to stay.

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Location, Location, Location. This park is located inside Monterey Pines Golf Course. The park itself needs some updating, but for the location and the price, it's worth every penny! There are three pull through spots and the rest are back in. We stayed in one of the pull throughs. They're lined up three in a row and it worked nice because we were in a group of three, but otherwise, I'd recommend the back in spots. Don't take the website or the 1-800 number's word on availability, both told us there wasn't room for us when there actually was more than enough room for a full 5 nights, so call the campground directly. WiFi didn't work, but the AT&T was good. We would definately return.

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This is a tiny, 6-site RV campground located on the Coast Guard Station. It's well out into the county, surrounded by beautiful rolling hills. Excellent WiFi. The dump station is on the base, about 1/2 mile away from the campground. If there were sewer hookups in the sites, it would be a 10! We would definitely stay here again.

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We stayed here to be close to Humboldt Redwoods State Park. It's a clean, well maintained park. The park is obviously older and you can see where they've widened the spots, but there's still a reasonable amount of room between sites. Other's have commented on the road noise, but I didn't hear anything inside our trailer and outside the noise was minimal. WiFi was hit or miss. There are a lot of long-term rigs, but they're well maintained as well. We would have rather stayed in the redwoods, but this was a good secondary option. My biggest complaint is that they charge $5 extra per person for more than two people. I know they're not the only ones who do this, but it's a policy that I've never understood, except that it's a way to keep families away. Seven and one half stars is my actual rating, and I would probably stay again.

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This is my one of my favorite campgrounds! The sites are paved, level, and well spaced. The staff and hosts are very friendly. The restrooms were clean; so were the laundry facilities. We absolutely love this park and stay whenever we can! That said, be careful walking the trails by the river. Our two small dogs picked up a lot of ticks walking in the tall grass by the river (I should have known better!). The rangers said they've been pretty bad this year. To be clear, the ticks are NOT in the campground part of the park and had the timing worked out, we would have stayed at the park on our return trip (CA to WA and back). This is an outstanding park and we cannot wait to visit again.

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I'd give this park 6 1/2 stars. We showed up without a reservation. The first site they gave us had low branches that needed to be trimmed that prevented us from getting to the site. The friendly staff then found me a better site. That said, all of the sites are way too close together. We could put our slides out, but they were right on top of each other. The site was gravel and I had to put my trailer on blocks to level it (many of the other guests had done the same). The wifi wouldn't load basic websites. The bathrooms and showers were very clean, though the pool deck had a soaked (I hope it wasn't dirty) diaper on it. This is a good place to stop for the night, but not much more than that. The owners were really nice, and they hosted a free marshmallow roast. There's a Starbucks right across the intersection from the park with a nice cul-de-sac with room to u-turn and park our truck and 38' foot fifth wheel and that upped the rating by half a star.

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This was a good spot to stop for the night. It's a very clean campground with a friendly staff. The sites are paved, long, level, and reasonably spaced. The wifi was good enough to get online, but I couldn't stream a TV show on Netflix. The bathrooms were very clean. The rate includes a Good Sam discount and added cost for 2 kids. That said, I've never understood why campgrounds charge extra for more than two people, especially since they're staying in their own RV! The Starbucks right next to the park entrance was a great bonus. We would stay here again.