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I was able to get a pull-through site the week before Labor Day weekend with a month notice for a last minute trip. I was thrilled as other reviewers had stated that this park is booked up well in advance. This park could easily be a 10, the WiFi was the best I have ever seen at a park, AT&T cell reception was good, satellite reception is iffy because of tree cover and during the monsoon season. The setting is spectacular, I loved the blue spruce trees. This is the first park where when it was time to leave we did not want to leave. The Dolores River runs through the park so you can fly fish right in the park or there are two locations within a 10 minute drive from the park that offer great access to the Dolores. All utilities were good and firewood is free. Friendly staff and a lot of repeat campers. Sites are well spaced and interior roads were easy to navigate. However, going across the bridge to the other side of the river might be tight for some big rigs though there were many motorhomes and fifth wheels on the other side. My only suggestion for the park is that the staff could give a little more information about hiking trails and fishing access for the area. We have already booked a waterfront site for next year.

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We have started using this RV Park as an overnight stop from Central Texas to Colorado. Sites are level, well spaced, and have good utilities. Easy on and off of highway.

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Great park for an overnight stop. I can see how the owner's personality could rub some people the wrong way. He was very accommodating and even gave us a heads up that we would run into a storm on the interstate before arriving at the campground. All utilities work well, AT&T cell and internet reception was good.

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Small park outside of Pagosa Springs that is family run. These folks could give others a lesson on what customer service is all about. They go out of their way to make sure you have a good stay. Cell reception is pretty much non-existent in this area. Some sites are able to receive satellite reception. Sites are close together, but the grass is very nice. Considering how heavy the lid is on the dumpster it would be nice if they picked up the trash at your site. All utilities worked well. Wish we had known that the propane fire pit was moveable, nice feature. Highly recommend renting an ATV from them as they are knowledge on the area and give great information. We would stay here again if cell and internet reception was better...I have to have those two items because of work when traveling.

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This is the second time we have stayed at this park. This time we felt like park was a little neglected maybe because towards the end of their season. Especially felt like some of the staff could careless if you were happy or not. I could not believe that an escort would allow someone to park their motorhome in the site next to you at an angle where the butt of the motorhome was in your living room window. We both paid for a premium site and both sites had ample room for the motorhome to back in straight. When mentioned to the lady at the front desk she came to site and agreed that should not have happened, but nothing was done....you pay that kind of money for a site you should not have someone in your face. Utilities were fine, and laundry room clean. Some sites are very close and tight to get into saw several people having trouble. Access to the river is not easy and cannot be accessed from waterfront RV sites.

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Stayed one night in a pull thru site it was unlevel (sloped front to back) and sites were close together. As others have mentioned some of the roads are narrow and there was a lot of construction on the frontage Rd. Staff was friendly and helpful. Okay for a overnight stop.

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This state park has full hookups and large sites. As a previous post stated the more private sites are on the outside of the loop, but none of the sites are truly private. They do mow a large section around each site, which is great as some parks barely mow around the picnic area. Would love to see a little under growth between the sites for privacy. Beware the water pressure is low and it fluctuates at times to very low. The way the sewer pipe is done makes it hard to completely drain your sewer hose. The park host mentioned that they are in the process of going through the RV sites and trimming up the trees, which is needed as I was not able to pull through the pull thru site because of low hanging limbs. Note that after heavy rain some of the sites have large puddles of standing water. As others have mentioned the bridge into the park is being rebuilt so there is a little detour. Nice hiking trails, but most of them were closed because of being flooded. Great birding area, but the mesquitos were so bad that I could not stay at the wildlife viewing for being eaten alive. There is shopping and restaurants nearby in Sealy and Katy. We camped here in a travel trailer. Would definitely stay here again when in the area. If the sites had more privacy and there was good water pressure I would give this park a 9.

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We stayed in the Live Oak campground because of the easy access to the Frio River. I did not use the restrooms, but friends did and they stated the restrooms were always in need of attention. Several of the trails down to the river were littered with trash. Site 358 was very unlevel. In addition, the trees along some of the roads need to be trimmed so the branches do not scrap the sides of your trailer. It's as though this State Park is so loved and used that it is taking a toll on the park and the state is behind on maintaining the park. This is a great park for hiking, kayaking, swimming, and birding.

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We camped at PA CO CHU PUK G Loop for 10 days. The $26.00 per night fee does not include the $10.00 transaction fee that reserve america charges or the daily entrance fee. We had purchased a Colorado State Park Pass for $70. This campground has full hookups which we enjoyed considering the length of our stay. The hookups are towards the back of the back-in sites so if your sewer is located midway on your trailer instead of the back you will probably need extra hoses (I had to connect 3 hoses). I would have rated the park higher if more of the grass around our site had been mowed. I understand leaving things natural, but I was in knee high weeds to access the hookups. I feel a foot or two on the side of the pad near the hookups is not too much to ask, all sites were like this. On the sites that were pull through it looked as though some of the bushes/under brush needed to be trimmed back as it might have been touching peoples slide outs. AT&T cell coverage was spotty and my Verizon PC card coverage was weak. Coverage seemed to be better during the day. Water pressure was good. The attendants at the gate were great and helpful with information as where to go. We used this park as a base camp. The fly fishing on the river was good too. Next time I would make the length of the stay 14 days as 10 days is not enough time to do everything in the area. There is an onsite Laundry Room, which was very clean and very reasonable considering the location. We would definitely camp here again.

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Great for an overnight stop. The sites are pull through, long and spacious. There are some permanent campers, but they all seem to be in there own area and were neat. Felt safe staying there and would stay again. Access to and from the park is easy.

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I cannot remember if the rate is excluding tax, but felt like the rate had increase since our last stay. I did notice that it seemed as though the park had made some improvements to a some of the sites compared to our previous stay at the park. The park is a good ways out from Santa Fe, but there are nearby restaurants.

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We use this park as an overnight stay when traveling from Texas to Colorado. I gave the park a 10 rating this time because of the excellent service that I received that was above and beyond the normal service. The rubber gasket that is between the roof and side of camper came loose and was over the slide out topper; therefore, I was not sure I would be able to extend the slide out. The owner brought out a ladder and climb up and put the gasket back in it track in a 104 degrees in the heat of the day. The park hosts were very helpful and friendly as well. In this campground it is worth paying the extra for a premium site.

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A great little park to stop for a few days. The rate does not include the entrance fee. The restaurant at the golf course is a nice convenience as there are not many choices in the town of Walsenburg.

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This is a bare bones park and probably the roughest looking KOA I have stayed in, but it worked for an overnight stop. You kind of expect the KOA to be a parking lot with sites squeezed together. However, at this particular KOA if we had not been led to our site I would not have know which site was which. It was hard to tell where the site began and where it ended. I guess what I am trying to say is it looks as though this park could use a face lift. The staff was friendly and very helpful they truly made the difference.

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This was our second time staying at Pleasant Valley RV Park in Howard. We had a waterfront site and yes your neighbors our close, but you have a concrete pad for picnic table and green grass. The site we had was beautiful as there was a view of the river and the mountains from our site. Did not hook up the satellite, because of the trees it may be hard in some of the sites to get reception. The laundry room is always clean and very reasonable. The staff is awesome, and you are led to your site and assisted with backing in to the site. There are a lot of repeat campers here and some have left their units there, but they are like a family and will invite you to their potluck. My favorite place when I need to veg and relax.