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Nice park, kind of a goofy layout site wise but great location and value. Too many really stupid large boulder placements in the park, larger motorhomes and fifth whells need to drive very "heads up" in this park or those boulders will damge the side of your vehicle. Why someone would put those idiotic boulders so close to interior roads is a mystery. Someone who knows nothing about driving larger trailers and motorhomes, that is who!

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Nice park and great spot to spend a couple nights. Wonderful park, slightly remote location. Internet and cell phone service absolutely horrible! Shower area could have been a lot cleaner than it was.

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Pretty nice little RV park but if you are longer than 40' there are very few sites which can accommodate. Sites 41 nad 42 are pull thrus otherwise you will have to back in. Site 41 was fairly level but it it close to the dog park and lots of ATV traffic and people constantly taking pets to the dog run. If you have a horse this place is perfect but like all things horses, you can expect to have lots and lots of house flies at all times so keep your doors closed at all times. This park has lots of seasonal renters and frankly it is a little junked up and somewhat cluttered but it is also friendly. We found the office staff friendly and helpful, not difficult like one previous reviewer reported. Wickenburg itself is a nice little town with a great friendly feeling to it. We would come back but would not want to stay here for a long period of time.

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Nice big park close to I-10. This is a family type park with a lot of RV sites. The small roads to the sites are somewhat of a mystery to me for such a huge park but this place is roomy once you are at your site. We had no problems getting in and out bit there were not many RV's in the park when we stayed there. Had most of the sites been full there is no question we would hook up and unhook away from the final campsite here.

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Brand new park, stayed here for the Lonestar motorcycle rally and had a great experience at this ultra roomy big rig friendly park. Our deluxe pull thru site was 100' long and plenty of room for tow vehicles, motorcycle and guest parking not to mention our 45' bus. The entire staff are very helpful and friendly people! We would ABSOLUTELY come back to this great RV park!

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An awesome private owner owned park. 79 owner sites bit many available for rental. Place is somewhat obscure to find off the highway but once in, this place is a superb, secluded and well maintained very high end park. It has marina slips for boats and a nice owner clubhouse and is a very cozy park with super friendly people. The old heritage oak trees have times of the year they constantly drop acorns which could be an issue on slides for some motorhomes but the sites really are well done and this park is nice and quiet. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a somewhat typical older koa built in the era of smaller RV's that is in a decent nashville location but somewhat goofy to get to off the local freeway. Why these older KOA's keep the giant boulders to make turns for a larger (45') motorhome difficult is a mystery to me? This park had several large boulders aligned on park roads that one could readily see had been hit or scraped by long motorhomes and fifth wheels. If you have a long motorhome with a tow vehicle, make aure you unhook before proceeding to your space. While we would stay here again, this park could sure use some improvement for big rig accessibility which could easily and economically be done by getting rid of those huge idiotic boulders they have lining corners and park roads in spots.

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Great park, excellent amenities, nice location for Camp Verde, Sedona, Cottonwood and Jerome. One tip though, I drive a 45' bus and found unhooking your tow before proceeding to even the pull throughs to be a lot easier than they tell you. Sites are nice but can hane a slight slope to them. If you drive a 40' or less, there is no problem waiting to unhook at a pull through site.

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Well located nice big park close to downtown Oklahoma City. This place stays very busy so reservations are recommended.

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Nice little place out in the middle of nowhere. Except for some wild underage kids speeding around in the park in a golf cart, we enjoyed the one night we stayed there. This is a very nice little park. Manager was very helpful and we would come back.

     

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Hargus RV Park

Clinton, Oklahoma

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Ok place for an overnight. We appreciated they had a spot for us given our late arrival. Lots of noise from some bubba working on his trucks for about 3 straight hours which made so much racket that staying outside was unpleasant. Guessing this place house lots of migrant type oil field workers which is fine but don't expect this place to be an rv resort, its is housing for workers and people running I 40 from point to point like us. Internet terrible and our cable did not work either. Like I said, good for one or two nights max then you want to be out of there.

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Really nice place with a homey feel. Stayed here in a 45' Prevost with a tow trailer. They keep certain big rig spots available if you reserve ahead of time. Spaces 11, 12 and 13 best for long rigs but others will work too. Easy in and out off of I 40. They are planning a remodel to open 20 or more new spaces. Owner and his wife are very nice people. Great value for the money!!

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Really nice spacious facility with decent on and off access to I 20. Thought they were a little too stingy when I asked the lady at the front desk for one extra hour at checkout time. Weather had been rainy and foggy. They let me stay the extra hour but it pained them to do so. Very nice park and regardless I would definitely stay here again for an overnight or a few days as well.

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This place is pretty junky. Spaces are extremely tight and they were experiencing sewer problems when we were there so you could smell open sewer most of the time. Park is very unkempt and one could easily tell that very little money is spent on upkeep. We would not return here unless it was a last resort.

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One of the nicest small parks we ever stayed in. Great location, nice facility, and the owners re so accommodating. Would positively come back, this place was well worth the price!