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One of the best things about this park is the huge check-in area - no having to squeeze in behind/beside another rig to check in. It is located in the desert, so everything is gravel. Sites are long and level. Interior roads are wide, so it is easy in and easy out of the assigned site. There is some highway noise, but within the park the residents were quiet during our stay. All utilities worked well, as did wi-fi. We did not check out bathroom/shower facilities, so cannot comment on that. The location is convenient to town and many points of interest in the area. The office staff was very helpful by providing lots of information about local attractions. We liked this park, and will choose it again when we visit the area.

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Rate reflects a weekly rate with Good Sam discount. Our pull-through site was in the newly expanded section of the park. All gravel, with a small concrete/gravel buffer between sites. Some sites have small picnic tables. There was room to park the car sideways behind the motor home. Neighbors are close, but sites are staggered slightly so that there is some privacy. There is not much lighting at night. All utilities worked well; however, wi-fi was sometimes spotty. This park is clean and the roads are wide, gravel, and well kept. There is plenty of space to maneuver. Owners take pride in this park. One pull-through section has trees, and it appears that they are well-trimmed so they won't interfere with slides or awnings. There are quite a few extended-stay campers, but the ones we saw were neatly kept. We arrived at check-in just behind another traveler, and parking was tight - the highway is right in front of the park, and there is no place to stop and wait, we just had to squeeze in beside the other rig. We have stayed at this park several times before, and the owners continue to improve the property. We will always choose this park when in the area.

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Rate shown is regular rate, but Passport America members can receive a discount for one night - does not apply to weekend nights. Space in this park is tight, but the layout for short-term travelers makes for easy access in and out. There was space to park the car behind the motor home but it was close. There is a small buffer area between the pull-through sites. There are many extended-stay units in the park, but the ones we saw were well kept. All utilities and wi-fi worked well. Considering the park was nearly full, it was fairly quiet at night. Did not check shower/restroom area. We enjoyed our stay and would choose this park again.

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Rate reflects a weekly rate. We are in Site 46, which is almost level. Sites are narrow but very long. There is plenty of room for slides and awnings, and there is a nice picnic table at each site. Utilities have worked well during our stay. Wi-fi is good even though we are near the end of the park. Office staff and maintenance personnel are very friendly and helpful. Sites are easy in and easy out. Interior roads are paved. There are many extended-stay campers here, but the sites we have seen are neatly kept. There are many Canadian Geese, squirrels and birds in this park. We have stayed here many times, and will always choose it when in the Wichita Falls area.

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Price reflects weekly rate. All sites are back-in, gravel, with a strip of grass between sites. The interior road is well maintained and wide. There are not many trees in the area where RV's park. Each site has a nice picnic table and fire grate. There is plenty of room for slides and awnings, and the sites are long enough to park a tow vehicle in front of the motor home. All grassy areas are neatly mowed and trimmed, and there is a storm shelter on site. All utilities worked well during our stay. Wifi was occasionally slow, but I'm not sure that this an issue with the park. We did not check out the bathroom/shower areas, so can't comment on that. The park was very quiet during our stay, even through a holiday weekend. Stores, restaurants, and the Chickasaw Cultural Center are nearby. Our Verizon phones did not work in this area; however, AT&T did. We enjoyed our stay at this park, and will certainly choose it again when we visit this area.

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Very friendly and helpful office staff. This is an older park with paved interior roads and gravel sites. Pull-throughs are very long and there is a small concrete patio with a picnic table at each site. There are grassy areas between spaces. There are quite a few trees, but few actually shade parking sites in this area of the park. All utilities worked well during our stay, as did cable TV and Wi-Fi. The park was quiet for the most part; we heard sirens from time to time, but certainly not a constant. We did not check showers or laundry, so can't comment on them. There are many extended-stay guests, but the sites we saw were well cared for. There is a very large dog walk area, with brightly-colored "fire hydrants" all around. We have stayed here before and will always choose this park when we visit Wichita Falls.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Interior roads are paved and have quite a few speed bumps. Our pull-through site had a concrete pad and was fairly level. All utilities worked well - there is no cable TV, but there are quite a few channels available by antenna. The park offers wi-fi, but when we checked in (for two days) we were given a 24-hour coupon. Returned to office the next day to get another coupon and were told "one coupon per check-in." After some discussion, we were given another coupon. We did not check out the showers or laundry, so can't comment on them. There is noise from the airport, but it is not constant. Other than that, the park was quiet. There are quite a few extended-stay guests here, but the sites we saw were neatly kept.

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Rate reflects Good Sam discount. The road in front of the park has construction in progress. Roads within the park are good. We had a pull-through site which was level, and there was room enough to park the car beside the motorhome. Sites are gravel, with a small concrete patio and picnic table. There were trees between the sites in our area - they were trimmed to prevent problems with slides and they did provide some shade. All utilities worked well, as did the cable TV and Wi-Fi. We did not check out bathrooms/showers or the laundry, so can't comment on them. Owners were usually present, and they were friendly and helpful. There is quite a bit of traffic going in and out of the park, but we did not see a single vehicle exceeding the 5 mph speed limit. We enjoyed our stay and will choose this park again when we visit Roswell.

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Price reflects monthly rate. This park is a gem. The owner is in residence, and pride of ownership shows everywhere. Sites are large and level. Sites are in pairs, but they are long enough that you will not be side by side with a neighbor. The park has nice desert landscaping, but there are also pine trees and some ornamental trees on the property. We came to stay one month and stayed three. All utilities have worked well during our stay, as has wi-fi. Several TV stations are available by antenna. There is a small laundry which is immaculate, and the shower/bathroom is also spotless. There is a hot tub/swim spa, and there are walking trails around the property. There is a Friday evening social, which presents an opportunity to meet fellow travelers. There are beautiful views of mountains all around, and the night sky is breathtaking. There are no lights at night to interfere with stargazing. Noise here is minimal - no trains, an airplane flies over maybe once a week, and we rarely hear any highway noise. The owners of this park work hard to make every guest feel welcome. We have enjoyed our time here, and will certainly choose this park again.

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Price shown is a weekly rate for the site only. Electric usage is metered and is 14 cents per kwh. This is one of the cleanest parks we have visited. Pride of ownership clearly shows. Sites are gravel and streets are paved. There are back-in, drive-in, and pull-through sites available. Our pull-through was level and all utilities worked well - we were advised by a resident to use a water filter due to minerals, and we did so. Cable TV also worked well. There are several long-term residents in the park. Everyone was friendly and all sites were neatly kept. The only drawback we found, and it is not the fault of the owner, was very loud music on Saturday night from a lounge down the street, but it was over by 10 pm. We really enjoyed our stay here, and will choose this park again when in this area.

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There is nice spacing between sites in this park. The entire area is gravel, but each site has concrete strips on which to park the motor home. Interior roads are in good condition, and there is adequate room to maneuver. All gravel is raked on a regular basis, so it always looks nice. Utilities worked well, as did cable TV. We did not check out the restroom/shower/laundry facilities. Wifi is Tengo and it worked great on Saturday, but went down on Sunday - certainly not the fault of the park. The park is up on a hill, and there are beautiful views of Las Cruces at night. It was very quiet during our stay. We enjoyed our time here and will choose this park again when in the area.

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This is a very nice park with friendly staff. Pride of ownership shows. It is in a very rural area between Carlsbad and Artesia. Interior roads are in good condition. Our site (G-2) was level and all utilities worked well. There are many extended-stay residents here, but all sites are well maintained. It was very quiet the two days we were there. Wi-Fi was very slow at our site, when it worked. They offer meals delivered to your site, but we did not try them. We did not check out the restroom/shower facilities. I would give this park a 10 except for the Wi-Fi. We enjoyed our stay and will choose this park again when in the area.

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This park is probably the best choice in the Midland/Odessa area. The road into the park is horrible, but roads within the park are good. Check-in was efficient, and guests are escorted to sites. Our site (#86) was a short pull-through. There are very few trees and no grass in this area, except for the dog run. Utilities worked well, as did the cable TV. Wi-Fi was very slow at times. When Midland received a wonderful rain during our stay, our site and the one next to us turned into giant deep puddles - boots required. The park is full almost every day and most sites are for long-term residents. Despite the close quarters, it was reasonably quiet at night. We did not check out the showers/restrooms. We would choose this park again if we return to Midland.

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Rate reflects a weekly rate of $148 + electric. This park is neat and laid out well. Interior roads are good, and our site (#36) was level. Sites are nicely spaced with grass between. Utilities worked well, as did the cable TV. Wi-Fi worked most of the time, although it was sometimes very slow. There are many long-term residents here, but the sites are neatly kept. There is some train noise but, other than that, the park was very quiet during our stay. We did not check restrooms or showers. We will stay here again when in the area.

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Rate is an off-season weekly rate. Our site was level and all utilities worked well, as did satellite TV and Wi-Fi. Sites are gravel/dirt and there are some trees in the park. There are quite a few long-term residents. The park is right across the highway from railroad tracks, and there are lots of trains - not a problem for us as we like trains. Park was pretty quite during the week we were there, except for the trains. We are satisfied with our stay there and would choose it again when in the area.