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Date of Stay:
August, 2009 -
Stayed here for the first time as a side trip. Exactly what you'd expect from a brand new luxury RV park. Very clean, very friendly staff, and everything works. However, I gave it a 7 because of the following: Website said they had many acres of walking/hiking trails, but they're actually about a couple hundred yards long, if that. I also took advantage of their dog wash. It worked just like a coin-op car wash, but it was out of shampoo. It took 2 minutes of my time to realize it was empty (kept thinking the suds would eventually start flowing). They have an employee on a golfcart guide you to your spot and into the site, which is nice. We had a river front, back-in site; however we were taken there in a way that required us to go in head first. We were too tired from driving all day to circle back around so we had to unhook and turn around the next morning. If you want your RV/trailer to face a certain direction, be sure and tell them when you check in. You aren't allowed to have any fire pits at your site, but they have outdoor lounge areas with firepits. All in all, it was a very nice place to stay. There's not much to do, if anything, immediately adjacent to the resort, you'd have to drive. It was very hot in August and there aren't any shaded spots. Overall, if you're passing through on the I-5 and need a clean/friendly place to stay, this is worth it. We camped at Durango RV Resort in a Motorhome.