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I used this park as a 1-night stop-over. The staff was extremely nice. I was given a long pull-thru site in the newer "200" section of the park. Unfortunately, the concrete site had such an up-slope to it, my motorhome's leveling system indicated "excessive slope." While the lady who checked me in found me another site in the same area with less slope, I noticed that most of the motorhomes in this section were nosed down in the front and the rear wheels nearly in the air. it is a shame that such a nice addition to the park was so poorly designed. On the plus side, the hook-ups were well-placed, with two sewer choices: middle and rear. The park also provides a complimentary continental breakfast.

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I spent 2 nights at this park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Given the size of the park, I was impressed that the staff always called me by name. My pull-thru site easily accommodated my motorhome and toad, and I had a nice view of the mountains. Another plus for me was the WiFi performance-- excellent for a park this size.

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I spent two nights at this park while visiting Chama to take the Cumbres & Toltec vintage train. Park manager was very friendly and found a site that would both accommodate my 40-ft motorhome and provide enough sky for my satellite TV. He also provided me with a code that got me a discount on the train ticket. The park is old and not particularly fancy, but it served my needs.

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For me, only two factors keep this park from being perfect. One is the placement of the sites, which put the patio facing the afternoon sun. The other is the WiFi, which I understand they continue to try to improve. Everything else, including the helpful staff, wide all-concrete roads and sites, good hookup placement, landscaping, the large pool, hot tub, covered pavillion and on-site bar/restaurant is wonderful. Nice view of the adjoining golf course, as well. Park is located on a country road, so there is little road noise.

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This quiet park caters mainly to older, seasonal visitors. My spacious site that I was able to secure for a week was a temporarily vacant seasonal spot that featured a large landscaped concrete patio and a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains. The owner and guests were all very friendly. AT&T cell service was a little spotty and WiFi was not the best. This was one of the nicest stays I've had at an RV park.

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This park made a nice 1-night stopover for me, as my site was long enough to accommodate my motorhome and toad without disconnecting. There was plenty of maneuvering room to enter and exit my site. The restrooms are very clean and private. The on-site caretaker was very friendly, but be aware that the park only accepts cash or checks. Not much else in the way of amenities; however, the WiFi was very strong.

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I stayed here for a week while visiting the Alpine area. Owner and staff were very friendly and helpful. My site was level and accommodated my 40-ft motorhome and toad, but branches in adjoining tree interfered with my awning. Owner was quick to prune them so my awning would extend. Swimming pool was a nice way to cool off. As with most RV parks, WiFi was a bit slow. Overall, this is probably the nicest RV park in Alpine.

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This park served me well as a one-night stopover. Very convenient to the Kansas Turnpike. Site was easy to maneuver into and hook-ups worked well. Wi-Fi was better than I typically experience at KOA. Restrooms were spotless. I arrived after the office closed, but because I had called ahead all the paperwork and directions to my site were available at "self" check-in. Only downside for me was train noise. I would definitely stay here again.

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This park made a nice, convenient one-night stopover as I was traveling up I-35. Park grounds are tidy and my site was easy to get in and out of pulling a toad. Site had a bit of a downhill run to it, but did not create a leveling issue. Staff was very friendly. Restroom looked a bit tired and had only one toilet in the men's area. Would definitely consider this park again.

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Used this park as a 1-night stopover. Got a discount for paying cash. Pull-through site was easy-in, easy-out, with toad. Staff was very friendly. Would definitely consider staying here again.

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Weak WiFi kept this park from scoring a "10" for me. Everything else, from the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff to the cleanliness of the restrooms, was wonderful. The setting is great-- good views of the mountains. My site was level and easy to maneuver into. Hookups were well-placed and worked well. Park was generally quiet. Would definitely stay here again while in the Santa Fe area.

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The nicest RV park in the Big Bend area. Large pull-thru sites with plenty of space between. Driveway and sites are all paved. Staff is very friendly. Musical performances 3 nights a week by the Whitfords added to the enjoyment of my stay. The RV park manager even showed up one evening after music with homemade ice cream for everyone. The only downside for me was the WiFi, which often slowed to a crawl in the evening.

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My visit to this park was for a one-night stopover. Staff was very friendly. At check-in I was given instructions for WiFi, but it would not work from my site. I was able to receive a signal at the office, but was then told that it probably would not reach my site, which was on the perimeter of the park. Had I known that at check-in, I would have asked for a closer site. Also, water pressure seemed very low. Because of these issues, I would probably not stay here again for any length of time.

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Rate reflects daily rate with Good Sam discount. Facility-wise, this is easily the nicest RV park in the area. All roads and sites are paved, which cuts down on the dust. My pull-thru site was long enough for my motorhome and tow vehicle and was level. A concrete "patio" with a picnic table was included. Utilities were well-placed and worked well, including the WiFi. Restrooms and showers were spotless. Also on-site are a nice community room and outdoor swimming pool. Staff was very friendly. I plan to return in the winter for a longer stay.

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Rate reflects a special offer that allowed me to get 3 nights for the price of 2 for a premium back-in space. I ended up here when Mustang Island SP wall full for part of my stay. I was not disappointed at all. All the roads and pads are concrete. My site also had a nice concrete patio. Hook-ups were well-placed, the WiFi worked great and the restrooms were spotless. There is a nice boardwalk to the beach, as well as other amenities. The entire park exudes a very friendly atmosphere. As I frequent the Port Aransas area, this park may be my new "go-to" location