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Very neat and clean park. Right next to The Wild horse Casino w/ shuttle service. All sites were asphalt with full hook ups. Services worked well. Sites are pretty level and packed in making your neighbors close by although seemed pretty quite. Wi-Fi was iffy but Version Mi-Fi worked well. AT@T signal was weak, voice worked ok but data not so good.

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Old Park but kept fairly neat given the large number of live-ins. Some back in sites are tight to get in. Full hookups worked well. No Cable and satellite is basically non existent due to the trees. Can get some over air stations from Boise if the tower on the mountain is working. Staff very friendly and helpful.

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Very neat little park. Site are close but on the bias so not too close. Occupants mostly workers in 5th wheels. Between I84 and the Airport so a little noisy but was able to get a good nights rest. full hookups worked great, Wi-Fi worked good (we were fairly close to office). Great for a night or two.

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Nice Park. One of the neatest/cleanest this travel season. Sites were level, full hookups worked well. Easy on/off I84. Right on the Snake River and next to the information center.

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We camped here in 2007 and not much has changed. The sites vary from gravel to concrete. The hookups are in odd places. Several rigs must use same electric pedestal and water outlet. Same with sewer. Most military famcamps are much nicer than here.

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There were good sites and bad (mostly getting level, and some very close together) which I figure the other comments are about. Hookups worked well. The whole park is pretty much packed sand which can be quiet dusty at times however there are some trees providing shade.The staff at check-in were great. The chevron station was handy to have close by and of course Bryce is just a few miles down the highway. Great place to visit Bryce and Grand Staircase Escalante and Red Canyon. The rating is for location, location, location.

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Old park with lots of run down trailers which I think are mostly rented. They only have a few transient sites. Was very tight getting in and out. The entrance road is very steep. Would be difficult for big rigs but doable. The full hookups worked well and the Wi-Fi was surprisingly good. The girls at check-in were very nice and pleasant. I must say the park is fairly neat given all the old trailers. Very nice view of Oak Creek off of the patio just outside of the office.

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Great park with excellent views of surrounding mountains. Lots of "pull-in" spaces. Hookups worked well. Staff were very attentive when parking and leaving. Some spaces are tight and unleveled but doable. Casino just across the street. One of best places we've stayed! I would have given them an overall 10 but they were out of "laundry cards", seemed odd that could happen at a place so well run, they said " people weren't returning them". Would definitely return.

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Full hookup utilities worked well. There are about 25 sites in the RV section of the Mobile home Park. Although the area looks a little run down the RV section was well cared for. The Park is located on the western side of El Paso so the general area looks like "little" Mexico. We are from the valley of Texas so was no big surprise to us. You have to consider here you are and don't set expectations too high. El Paso is like any big city with all the amenities. Would definitely stay here again.

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Price reflects passport rate. Good park for overnight stop. There are some apparent live in's there but not too many of them. Staff were nice. Hookups worked well. If you need 50 amp svc better to call ahead and reserve a site.

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This was our first stay here (overnight). Clean little city park with E/W. which worked well. A very clean little park. No office on site. Pay in cash and put in drop box. Great overnight stop. Would definitely stop again.

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We have stayed here many times. It is an excellent location for downtown San Antonio. The staff are very nice an attentive to your needs. The facilities are clean and neat. We have never had any problems with the hookups. All concrete slab and pull through. Best to call ahead for a reservation as the park stays relatively full. You can just about forget it in the winter.

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Great little park in the middle of seemingly nowhere. Good stop off as we were heading to Santa Fe. Only 30 amp but sufficient this time of year. The host was very nice and came by to ask if we had everything we needed. I gave the site a 3 due to hookups of some sites were on the opposite side of the coach otherwise would have been higher. Would definitely stop again should we pass through the area.

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This is our third time to stay here. It is a great location for visiting sites around Santa Fe. The park is rustic in nature and is kept as well as could be expected given the terrain where it's located. Most sites are adequate but some are unleveled and a bit cramped from one to another. The park is on a hillside and has lots of scrub cedars common in this area. The surrounding Mountain vista's are gorgeous. The power and sewer hook ups worked well but the water pressure was a bit low but useable. WiFi worked very well (about 6.4 Mgs/sec). We will definitely return if we are in the area again.

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Very nice (COE) park on Lake Lanier. Very well kept, sites were clean, many with shade and great view of the lake. Slight down side was the water was intermittently rusty. The staff at the fee booth were great and very helpful. Close to shopping in Gainesville. Fee reflects discount for the Senior Park Pass. Will definitely return.