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Sites are fairly level, but check out tree at end of site for departure, some are very big. As always the park and sites need work, but it is an OK park and close to Yellowstone without $50 per night.

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Many sites are very unlevel and not Big rig (40') friendly, so pick your site. Water is great!!! Power is iffy sometimes. Great family park and close to Glacier NP. Too expensive for what you get however, for that reason would not stay here again.

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Nice clean easy in, easy out park with level sites, good water, etc. Would stay here again.

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Regular rate $25, PA rate $12.50. Nice, fairly level, wide, long 50 amp spaces (only 7 of these so call first). Good location for seeing the area. Has good water, power, WiFi (free), cable TV (free) and nice staff. Will stay here again when in area.

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Very nice well maintained park with wi-fi, real pull throughs, etc. A little expensive however.

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There are better parks for a stay in Tucson. The site are very un-level and narrow (27'). If you use the facilities, this is a great place as they have everything; if not it is very over priced. We will not stay here again due to small un-level sites and price.

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Small 350 (?) site park with large spaces. Friendly staff and park, access to BLM land from back side of park. Great views of the Superstition mountains. Wi-Fi is best we have experienced at a park.

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The campground and spaces are nice. However, park models have taken over and the management has developed a very unfriendly attitude toward RVs and anyone not wanting to extend their stay. We stayed here for 3 months and will never stay here again! The last week of our stay we left to visit other parks to see where we wanted to move to when our paid for stay was up. We got nasty phone calls and emails from management accusing us of skipping out on the electric bill.

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A nice park in a nice location. Easy in and easy out. Sites are gavel/dirt with grass between. Would stay here again.

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There are two campgrounds. The upper area is a first come area and the lower is for reservations. Both areas are well maintained and you are parking on asphalt. The bad news is he water every night and your unit will be covered with hard water spots, for full body paint fiberglass units this is a problem. You should also be away that all sites are 30 amp. We left a day early due to the water problem and will not stay here again.

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Nice campground, asphalt pads with grass. Great for the price, if you can stay out of the Casino. If you have a big rig ask for C4, C5, C6, C7, all very nice sites. Would stay here again.

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Very nice park, a bit expensive, but nice. Concrete pads, no over grown trees, well maintained. The price is based on the length of the pad you are on, not extra amenities. Would stay here again if I could not find a less expensive park.

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Older campground that you need to pick your site (walk around) before you park. Some site are NOT big rig friendly, others are great. Nice park, however, for the price and good place to see the 2 National Parks from. Would stay here again.

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Nice people running a nice campground. Met the new owner who is just as nice as prior owner. Good stopping place for us.