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Very nice park with concrete pads. Neighbors are pretty close together.

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Stayed here many years ago. I wouldn't call this a resort of any type. The park looks to be well kept.

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You can beat the view of the mountain. In the section I was in you are way off of I-40 so there is almost no noise.

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Just an over night on the east side of Amarillo. Road noise, airplanes and trains, this park has them all. Was pretty quiet after dark though.

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Long pull thru, some road noise but not bad. The concrete pad was quite narrow. To be on it 100% you need a spotter.

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Sites are fairly close together but fairly level. Off the beaten path.

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I stayed in the overflow section this trip. This park is a very good value so it is busy. You should call way ahead for a site.

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Beautiful level pull thru site by the water.

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I didn't notice the noises so much Saturday night but Sunday night the road noise and the trains were fairly loud. The site was level and spacious.

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The grass was high and there were some muddy places. The lady stated that it had rained every day. When I came back from South Bend the 2nd day the grass had been cut. They had also filled and leveled some of the sites so they are working on the campground. Quite a few workers that leave early in the AM. Free wifi worked pretty good.

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There wasn't anyone in the office so I just took my site. It is a very nice park with paved and concrete pads and patios. It is in the middle of nowhere.

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I mainly stayed here to attend the races at the track on the grounds. The front straight was flooded so no races. Pretty quiet. The "host" was very helpful. Several electrical receptacles together on a pole and 1 water spigot as is common at fairgrounds. It is owned by the 4-H and a board of directors runs the fairgrounds. I was the only one there. I thought it was too expensive for a site at a fairgrounds.

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You have a choice of shaded or open sites. I believe the 50A sites are all out in the open. I chose a 30A site where I could get my portable dish locked on and still be in the shade most all day. The water hookups were more like a fairgrounds with 1 hookup serving maybe 5 or 6 rev's. A dump station is also available. Other than a church camp the first 2 weeks in August, I don't think this c/g gets much use. It really is a nice place to stay but not much to do in the area. Some road noise early in the morning.

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Nice fairgrounds park, mainly level sites. No problem with the power but never more than 7 units here the whole week. Available dump station. Stores within a few miles. There is a casino nearby. Some road noise but not bad. Flea market on Wednesday morning but not many vendors.

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Quiet during the week but pretty full on the weekend. No noise to speak of other than a barking dog that was not in the campground. Some sites are not very level.