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Bottomless Lakes State Park is about 12 miles from Roswell. Getting here is GPS challenged once you get on Bottomless Lake Road. GPS tip is to just keep going on Bottomless Lake Road and you'll eventually get to the campground. Your GPS might want you to turn once or twice before you get to the campground, just ignore it. The campground has 6 full hookup sites, some tent sites, and a number of water and electric sites, all with 30amps. Some sites can be reserved and some are first come first served. The interior roads and sites are gravel. The hookups are convenient. There are some trees but we had a good line of site for our roof mounted satellite dish. This campground has some of the longest pullthrus we have ever seen. We would stay here again because it is so scenic and we have more to see in Roswell.

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The main draw for us for this RV Park was the fact that it was on city water. Other parks are on well water and the water is not so good. But according to our water tester the water here is above the threshold for tap water. A quick trip to get gallons of drinking water took care of that issue. Our GPS devices disagreed a lot on this trip but we ended up where we needed to be. Although the lady at the front desk at checkin was real nice the guy who guided us to our site was a little gruff. We did pull into a secondary entrance which didn't help our cause. The interior roads and sites are gravel. The hookups are convenient. We ended up in a pullthru and we had a great line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish. We would probably stay here again as this is probably the best in the area.

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GPS took us right to the San Angelo KOA. The interior roads and sites were gravel. We were in a long pullthru and the hookups were convenient with two sewer connections depending on which end of the site you chose. We had a satellite friendly site with a nice patio. Although KOAs are generally more expensive than most parks, this one was more reasonably priced, we have started staying more and more. Site unseen you can generally count on a KOA as a good park because sometimes we have been fooled by the website and reviews of other parks and haven't enjoyed our stay. We would stay at this KOA again as there is a lot to do in San Angelo if we came back again.

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GPS had a little trouble getting here as it took us to a park entrance across the highway. Once we got checked in at the park office on the right side of the highway by a courteous staff we headed to our site. Here is where it got even more interesting. The hookup locations are strange which causes you to approach the site with the power pedestal on your hookup side. But that is backwards as the sewer connection is on the other side, and the covered patio is on the electrical side. Once we got settled in at the right direction it was fairly easy to hookup, although we needed a long water hose and our extension on our sewer hose. The park roads and sites are asphalt. We were in the Sycamore Loop which is all 50a FHU pullthrus. Most sites have a good line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish. This really is more of a weekend park than a destination for full-timers. There is no clubhouse or social activities of any kind.

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GPS did a good job getting us to the park. Was nobody in the office so we picked a site and went back and paid. Roads and sites are gravel. The electric pedestals were new and the rest of the hookups were convenient. All sites are pullthrus. Not many trees so we had a good line of site for our roof mounted satellite dish. We might stay at this park again if in the area.

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We knew it was associated with the Lazydays RV dealership so we drove through to the park. Checkin was easy and the staff was nice. Roads are asphalt, the sites are gravel and the patios are concrete. Most of the sites are long and wide pullthrus. The hookups were convenient and we had a good line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish. We would probably stay here again if back in the area.

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Close to the interstate. Sites and roads are paved. Hookups are convenient. Most sites have a good line of sight for roof mounted satellite dish. We would stay here again.

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Another overnite stay type of place. Easy access off of the highway. Long pull throughs with convenient hookups. Lots to see in area so we will stay longer next time.

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An overnite stay kinda place. Easy access off of interstate. Long pull throughs that are gravel as are all the roads. Convenient hookups.

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Location, Location, Location. This places has location. Great restaurants, shopping and attractions within easy driving distances. Not the easiest place to find the first time. We had a pull through with a good line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish. Hookups were convenient.

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Easy access off of interstate. Roads are gravel as are sites. Most sites are pull through but only a few are full hookup. Located in Winslow expect a lot of wind most of the year. Mostly an overnite stay kinda place.

     

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North Ranch

Congress, Arizona

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Right off of the highway so easy access. We were there for the Escapees SmartWeigh. With only 30 amp service this park is severely limited. Everything is gravel, the pull-throughs are long. Probably our least favorite Escapees park.

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This is our usual winter location. Even with all the road construction, easy access from the interstate. Sites are asphalt and the park roads are new asphalt which is nice. There are citrus trees throughout the park. A number of sites have a good line of sight for satellite dishes. We've heard the park has sold so we shall see this winter how that goes.

     

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Pima County Fairgrounds

Tucson, Arizona

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We stayed here for Escapade. Due to Escapade, traffic had us take a different exit than the GPS would have recommended to avoid short off-ramp. Escapade parking staff was amazing. Had a 50 amp full hookup site back-in site. Fairly close to each other but we had a row of bushes behind us which was nice. The sewer hookup was elevated but doable. Had good line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish but only because it was toward the front of the fifth wheel.

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Easy access on/off the interstate. Close to the interstate for convenience but not too noisy. Wide internal roads and nice long pull-throughs. Had some trees but was was able to get a shaded lot and still get line of sight for roof mounted satellite dish. Hookups were convenient. We would stay here again.