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This is one of the best kept parks we have been in this entire trip. The owners are amazingly helpful and friendly. The new pool and spa are a treat. We came for 2 nights and are staying a month. Great rates for Seniors and more, and while family are welcome, it is an amazing park for us older folk as well. While just off the freeway, it is not noisy at all. Thanks for making us so welcome. Plus to this, is the amazing Red Rock Sedona area, and the Grand Canyon is just 2 hours away.

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An absolute jewel. This is a must for everyone, no matter whether you normally dry camp or not. There is water available at the site and a dump station and water to put in your holding tank, but it is the absolute beautiful scenery and the serenity that makes this a must. The volunteers and their park programs are amazing and there are guided tours to the area if you are interested for just a small donation. What an awesome experience and one we will definitely repeat. Way to go Organ Pipe Cactus.

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This has to be the noisiest park we have ever been in. Although it is close to the freeway, it is the trains that scream out their whistles all night long that makes it hard to take. The pool was fine, but the hot tub was broken and had been for a really long time. Laundry was poor, as nothing dried, better to take your laundry out. The wireless was very poor and not available at your site. We were there under coast to coast and the "salesman" did nothing but knock our organization and told us that we should buy in to their group and ours would no longer be very welcome. The volunteer workers were wonderful but they were the only part of this park that was redeeming.