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This is an OK park for one or two nights, provided Passport America discount is available. Airplane noise is the big negative, although did not seem to be as bad as a couple of years. There are paved sites with utilities conveniently located. We will stay here again, if PP discount is available. This is a good place to stay, if going to Mayo Clinic.

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This is a good place to stay for an overnight off I-26. Friendly staff, nice rural location in the trees. We did have to use leveling blocks to level, and trees prevented satellite TV. We would stay in this pleasant campground again.

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This is a pleasant park, with a rural atmosphere; it is within a convenient distance from I-95, but has a minimal amount of highway noise. This is a very good place to stay if you wish to commute for appointment to Mayo Clinic -about 50 min by auto. The sites are level, easily accessible and well-spaced between sites. Satellite TV may not be available in all sites, but cable TV is provided. We will stay here again.

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This a rural park, located about half way between Atlanta and Birmingham. this is a good place to stay for a night or two, when on the road. The park is in a beautiful area. The sites are level. The hook-ups all work. While everything worked well, the park in general has a run-down appearance. As stated in other reviews, it seems the owner does not have the ability to keep the park in tip-top condition. Still this is a pleasant place to stay. We have been here before, and certainly would stop here again, when on our way to Florida, after visiting Tiffin Motor Homes in Red Bay, AL.

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This park is a bit off the main highway, and to get there one has to go down fairly narrow streets through a neighborhood. The park itself is part of a complex, that was once a motel, but has been converted into residents for people over 50. The sites were quite difficult to get into with our 40 foot motorhome. These are older sites with antiquated hookups (water next to sewer outlet, for example). Trees prevented access to satellite TV. There are only 30 amp hookups. The rate of $17.40 is the Passport America rate. Given the inconvenient distance from the highway, the difficulty getting into the site, and the the generally unsatisfactory nature of the site, we would definitely not stay here again.

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This park is a way off the highway on a road going off the highway several miles north of Truth or Consequences, and north of Elephant Butte. The road is paved, but there is a short dirt road leading to the RV Park, going about 1/8 of a mile that is rough. Probably due to recent flood damage and is not adequately repaired yet. The sites were very difficult for us to navigate to get our 40-foot RV and toad into. The water hookup worked, but was inconveniently located, and it took some work to keep water hookup from leaking. This is a site in the desert, but has trees in it, making the setting quite beautiful and striking. We would not stay here again just for an over-night --- too far off the road, and to hard to navigate to get parked. On the other hand, this is a beautiful place to go for a few days R&R. Nice setting and is a pretty place to be.

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This is a pleasant park, with friendly management. The pull-through sites are reasonably level with conveniently located hook-ups. The sites are gravel, and the RVs are spaced a reasonable distance apart, but not with enough space to deserve a higher rating. This is a nice park, located in the country on the South side of Santa Fe, and close enough for an easy 20-30 min drive to town to see the sights. We would stay here again, but we do think it is bit pricey.

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A good place to stay overnight or even for a day or two. The rate is the PP rate. Hookups are easy to get to, and all work OK. These are pull through sites, so no need to unhook. Each site is attractively landscaped. We would certainly stay here again when crossing Texas --- good price, easy-in easy-out.

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This is a good park with all the basic needs for a successful camping stay. The sites are level, all the hookups are functional, and there is a picnic table on each site. Satellite access for TV works well. The view of the surrounding and sheer mountain is terrific. On the negative side, the park is really a large gravel parking lot, and the park itself is not particularly attractive, even though the surrounding view is. We would stay here again, as this is a good jump-off point for all the surrounding activities in Ouray and nearby Silverton. I definitely would rather stay in Ouray than drive my RV up the narrow, winding road to Silverton.

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A very pleasant campground out in the country. There is a fishing stream near by with catch and release trout fishing, but we can't comment on the fishing, as we do not fish. The drive-through site was level and all the hook-ups work well. The campground is about 6 miles from Antonito, where there is one end of the Chalma narrow gauge railroad. The rate above is that of PP America. We will try to come back again for an extended stay to explore the area, and get in a little hiking and 4-wheeling.

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First, the rate of $39/ night was one negotiated for a large rally of four-wheelers. This is one of the nicest RV parks in which I have ever stayed. The sites are owned by folks who stay here at times, but rent the sites out, when they are not there. The sites are paved, and quite spacious. They are pleasantly landscaped. The hookups are convenient and modern. We were unable to use the cable and were told it was because of our older TV. We used satellite and were happy with that.

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This is a terrific park,with level concrete pad and modern full hookups. The park is near the highway,but highway noise is not a problem. There are fishing lakes and walking trails. The beautiful Colorado National Monument is within a convenient driving distance.

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This is a very nice park, with attractive paved RV sites, nicely spaced. The hookups are convenient and all work well. This park is at a high altitude, so some may have to become used to it to function well. The park is high above Central City, and not within easy walking distance, so one really needs an automobile to get into town to see the sights. The price reflects the weekly rate. We would stay here again.

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This is a well-managed park. The sites are level easy to get into; all the hookups function well. The WiFi is the best I have ever had in an RV park. Many of the patrons of this park spend the summer here. The park is a convenient distance from town. The rate reflects the weekly rate with a 10% cash discount in the busy season. We would stay here again.

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This RV park is set out on a hill in Taylor Park. (A "Park" in the West is an area largely devoid of trees.) This location, a significant distance from any sizable town, is at about 10,000 feet and surrounded by even higher mountains. The view of the mountains is stupendous. The positive: great view, friendly management, the utilities all work, nearby fishing, hiking, interesting and challenging trails for ATV's and Jeeps. The negative: poor to almost nonexistent Internet service even when using your own hot-spot, sites on which it is difficult to level. We like this park and enjoy the isolation from civilization. We would not hesitate to return.