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For many years I stayed at this park often when it was owned by the Stillwell. This was my first visit since it changed hands. While it would be nearly impossible to replicate the special warmth provided by the Stillwell family, for the most part the facility itself has changed very little. Its remote location makes for a very quiet stay, yet it also provides close access to the north entrance of Big Bend National Park and the Black Gap Wildlife Management area. My level site was a bit close with slide-outs on both sides, but had good hook-ups and a covered picnic table adjacent. Of almost all the RV parks I've stayed at, this park has one of the best WiFi signals I've ever experienced. Even though I could not get a cell phone signal there, I was able to utilize WiFi calling on my phone while at the park. The park still maintains a small store with basic supplies, but its hours are shorter than before. Overall, for me this park still has a lot going for it and is a great value.

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For anyone spending time at the Houston medical center area, the location of this park is its best selling point. It is obviously an older park that could use some sprucing up. Roads and sites seemed tight for a 40-foot motorhome, but somehow I was able to manage it all. Quite a bit of road noise, but this is to be expected given the park's location. My gravel site was so "lumpy" it looked like it hadn't been leveled in years; however, once in the site only minor adjustments had to be made to get the coach level.

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This is a difficult park for me to rate. Plusses included convenient location on west side of Del Rio for 1-night stopover, very friendly staff and clean restrooms. Minuses for me included difficulty in leveling a 40-foot motorhome (had to move to a different site,) soft gravel in the site and utilities that were near the rear of the site that were a bit inconvenient with the tow car attached.

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This was a 1-night stopover. Park is close to I10, but fairly quiet. Staff was very friendly, and I was escorted to my pull-through site. Large shade trees adjacent to my site were place so as not to interfere with my satellite. A generous-sized patio included chairs, table and grill. About my only complaint was the slow WiFi, which seems to be a signature feature of most RV parks I visit.

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As others have suggested, this is probably the nicest RV park in Alpine. That being said, since my last visit 2 years ago, the park now has many permanent workers staying there. This creates a more "crowded" feel, as many sites have 2-3 vehicles in addition to the RV. Office staff was very pleasant. Rain during my stay made the gravel site and its surroundings a bit muddy.

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As others have mentioned, about the only issue I had with this park was the lack of a level site. This was my first visit. After calling ahead I arrived after the office was closed and pick up my site assignment. It had quite a down slope, and only after maneuvering my coach into about 4 different positions in the site was I able to circumvent the "excessive slope" warning on my leveling system. Once set up, however, I had a very pleasant 5-night stay. The staff was very friendly and helpful in recommending sights in the area to visit. Although very convenient to town, the park was very quiet and seemed more like it was out in the country.

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Park was fine for an overnight stopover. Gravel site was long enough and sufficiently level. Office staff was friendly. Interior roads were fairly easy to maneuver. Park is convenient to I40.

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I stayed at this free city park one night while visiting friends in Brownfield. Although Brownfield has a similar free city park, it only offers 30 amp service. Since the weather was quite hot, I opted to stay here, as it offers 50 amp service, and commute to Brownfield. This park is very convenient to US385 just south of the city. The pull-through site was level and plenty long for my motorhome and tow car. As a way to say "thank you" I bought groceries and fuel in Levelland the next day.

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Rate is based on a special weekly rate. Since staying here last summer, while the park was still under construction, most everything is now complete. The park is in a beautiful setting, with views of the valley and surrounding mountains. Most sites are well-positioned for morning sun and afternoon shade. Among the amenities are a putting green, dog runs, pickle ball courts, hot tub, a large clubhouse and nice office. Staff was extremely professional. Daily trash pickup was a nice bonus. Onsite activities were offered on some evenings, and guests have access to a variety of activities at Angel Fire Resort. WiFi, though better than last year, still suffers from time-to-time. However, management is proactively working on improving it and solicits feedback from guests. All in all, this was a great camping experience.

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As others have suggested, this park makes a nice stopover or convenient place to camp while visiting Acoma Pueblo. Sites are long and level w/FHU, including 50 amp service. Truck stop, casino and restaurant are close by. A great value. Complimentary WiFi and clear skies for satellite. Though right off I40, the park was very quiet.

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Rate is based on monthly rent including electricity. I've been staying at this park for a couple of months, mainly for its convenient location. Positives for this park IMHO (besides location) include concrete roads and level concrete sites, clean restrooms and a nice pool/hot tub area. However, as some others have pointed out, given the number of full-timers with extra vehicles and "junk" on, or near, their sites, this "resort" is beginning to resemble a trailer park. Additionally, whoever laid this park out gave no consideration to the sun, as the majority of them catch the afternoon heat. Also, as suggested by others, the restrooms and dumpsters are a long way from most sites and there is no on-site trash pick-up. While I consider this park to be acceptable, it seems to fall short of being a "resort" and is therefore somewhat overpriced.

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This is definitely more a "destination" park for families than a stopover park. I arrived late in the day looking for a stopover and found this park bustling with activity, especially in the pool area. Too tired to look for another choice, I took the last remaining site that would accommodate me, which was billed as a "premium" pull-thru. I suppose "premium" is a relative term, in that there was nothing premium about it to me other than the price. In order to get to that site from the check-in area, I had to drive through almost the entire park, crossing no fewer than a dozen speed bumps before arriving at what I considered to be a normal, gravel pull-thru site. The site was level and much easier to get out of the next morning than it had been to get into. Water pressure was very strong and I had a clear sky for my satellite. I did not use the WiFi. The road to the park off I35 is quite narrow, and trees make it hard to see the traffic that seems to like to speed down that road. This park is probably fine for families with small children looking for activities, but for me it was a lot to pay for features that held little or no value to me.

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Overnight stopover convenient to I20 and US 281. I was escorted to a long, level site was easy to get in and out of with towed car hooked up. Clear sky for satellite dish. WiFi okay, but slow at times.

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Stayed here for one night while visiting Dodge City. Site was long and level. Trees blocked satellite and park no longer has cable service. Restrooms were very clean, but a long walk from my site.

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Stopped here for one night while traveling. Site was easy to get into and long enough with tow car hooked up. Sewer location required a long hose and had no real connection. Trees blocked my satellite. Other than those issues, everything else was fine.