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Passport America rate.....stopped for one night on way back to Henderson. EZ to find...mile marker 123 on West side of Hwy 93. Agree with other postings on amenities/atmosphere...etc.... note interior pull throughs (6 or so of them) are sloped left/right which might need some leveling and some are 30 amp others 50 amp...check if you need 50. Used water and sewer...all fine. Great value. Quiet. Would stop again.

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$20 interior, $35 beachfront. Cash only at the reef. Always prefer Reef over other parks in area..less crowded...50 amp service...bigger sites...That being said, it is just a large gravel/sand lot, with utilities, that's truly on the ocean. We prefer first row interior since our fiver doesn't have a rear window..but our side views are spectacular, so we prefer the #13 sites..this time E-13. Spent three weeks this year. No reservation as it was after the more crowded Easter/Spring break month...but even then we found out the park was only about 1/2 full. Reservations never really needed unless you want beachfront during Jan...then you might have to move around during your stay as your site might be reserved during your visit. Power was fine, water pressure varied a lot, sewer fine. Wi-fi at our site was ok..adequate for email, surfing etc, but not video of course. Others complained about poor wi-fi at their spots. At&T cell works great..3g. Direct Tv solid and you see LOTS of dish and direct tv dishes all over puerto penasco. Had fiberglass work done to touch up dings and scratches on my rig...fantastic work by Oscar at a GREAT price. Finished up with a full 40' wash/wax on my rig and truck for just under $100!! Windy generally. Tremendous tides, wonderful beachcombing. Short drive into town. Vendors on beach, no problems...massages, pedicures etc right at your rig. Propane truck comes through. Security. English spoken almost everywhere. Dollars or Pesos. Pemex takes credit cards now in some locations. What's not to like? Definitely be back.

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For us, a wonderful find. Visited wife's relatives in the area for Thanksgiving and made a reservation as there aren't a whole lot of options in this part of the State. Glad I did as their park map indicates only 6 short term sites and they were all full for the time we were there. Upon entering the park, the 'permanents' or long term units are the first thing you see and my heart sank a bit...then checked in and was lead up a hill to a wide open view of a lovely meadow, small pond and a scattering of rigs with 6 short term, pull through, full hookup sights. A lovely mix of hardwood forest on one side and the meadow/pond view with wide open sky on the other. Talked with some 'residents' out walking their dogs and they told me the park was a mix of permanents, seasonals, year long workers and then a few of 'us'....the short term visitors. Very friendly, welcoming and quiet. Entrance oad leading to the park is a bit tricky to find after dark...glad we arrived during daylight hours. Long enough spot for my 40' fiver with 3 slides, plus truck, plus extra. Highly recommend if you're visiting this area...be sure to ask for the short term sites on the 'hill'.

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Passport good for 2 nites. We added $3 for 50 amp, came to 21.25 with tax..fair overnight rate for just passing through and full hook up. Ez freeway access....long, gravel site. Satellite no problem. wifi at park marginal at our site. Att data strong. Our site sloped left to right and our auto level system lifted door side tires off ground to get level. Though relatively close to freeway, surprisingly no truck noise overnight. Early December stop over with night temps around 21..day at 60. Large park with plenty of room at this time of year...no reservation needed. 40' fiver, plus three slides...Dec. 6/7 ...would stop here anytime.

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Passport Park rate is a great deal. Like others have said, ez access to freeway, long, mostly all level sites, full hook up inc. 50 amp. Fair amount of road noise and trains whistled throughout the night, but only a really light sleeper would probably be bothered by that. Grab a spot, fill out the self service envelope, put your money in the envelope, drop in the door mail slot...settle in. If you want laundry, wi fi, resort showers, tables etc... go to another park. If you just want a safe, inexpensive overnight while passing through Amarillo, this works great. We have a 40 ft. fiver with 3 large slides. Didn't need to unhook. We would stop again if passing through.

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We've stayed in better. We've stayed in much worse. An urban, older design, live in park with sites available for those of us that need a couple of nights when we travel this area. Sites are tight but our 40 ft fiver got in with room to park our truck off the road. Other sites not so much as sit is just big enough to handle living unit, with travel vehicles parked in front, making the travel road tight. Go slow...large speed bumps. Friendly owner at check in. We don't use the public facilities so can't comment on washrooms/showers. Relatively quiet for an urban area. Loudest sounds were aircraft from Dobbins Air Field coming and going now and then...but that the sound of freedom! Full hook up worked fine. No problem choosing to return again if in this area.

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Spent 14 nights....40' fifth wheel with slides...loop 800. 'Value' season pricing for premium rv site. This particular loop felt a bit congested. In riding around the huge Ft. Wilderness complex, in hindsight we liked the sites in the higher (1000 and up) numbers as they appeared to have more 'elbow' room between sites and did not to seem quite as crowded. We were just two seniors however, and without children or grandchildren with us, perhaps these sites were farther away from family activity areas. Lots of choices in where to park your rig with over 750 campsites! We used the internal transport system almost exclusively and after the first day or so, got the hang of it. Traveled by boat, mono rail and bus system....all were clean, timely and convenient. We allowed an hour to basically get anywhere. One nice thing about our site (837) was that we could see the nitely fireworks at the Magic Kingdom through a nice whole in the trees. Great campground for all ages. Highly recommend and we would definitely come back if we return to Disney.

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Stayed 8 nights. 40' fifth wheel with 3 slides. Our site was a back in. Concrete pad was just long enough for our fifth wheel and truck to fit without encroaching into the camp road. We had another party join us with a second car and pad wasn't wide enough for both, so we (and many others in park) ended up with vehicles off the pad. The park discourages this, but no one ever stopped by to tell us no. Most sites had small lamp posts between sites at night, but for some reason most of the sites on our side of the road were not operating, making it quite dark on our side. Adequate space between most sites. Some loops looked much more congested than ours. We had to use a portable satellite dish to find a 'hole' in the heavy tree cover as our auto dish had no chance. All utilities were fine and the cable tv provided had dozens of clear, hd channels, which was quite helpful for many days of severe weather updates. We didn't like the long haul to the beach. It was quite a jaunt by foot. Ok by bike and the tram only ran every 30 minutes or so...but hauling chairs, towels etc was problematic, so we usually loaded the truck and headed to Miramar Beach...it was about the same length of time to get there and we had everything loaded into the truck. Nice pool. Shuffleboard court. Small pond. Small camp store. Gate controlled after dark. We definitely would return. Good value, nice park.

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Stayed for 5 nights under Passport America, which makes this park a good value for New Orleans. Nightly Passport America rate not including taxes...add about 7 more dollars per night. It can be confusing to get to the park road off the freeway...freeway ramps, turns and narrow urban interior streets find your way here. Some GPS systems are plain wrong, so research your route in advance. Interior roads in park are gravel. We suffered through two days of heavy rain and the park roads became terribly potholed. It appears that many rigs here are very long term or owned lots. Neighbors around our site left early (6 AM) every day and returned after dark. Rarely saw many people walking around nor rigs entering or leaving as you would expect from a RV park. They also have a sales office? Shuttle from park to French Quarter cost only $6 p/p, but wasn't convenient for us as the return times to the park were only 4 and 8 PM, so we drove our own vehicle. 15-20 minute drive downtown, but bear in mind that local parking fees are HIGH (big city). Park utilities worked fine. Small pool, fiberglass hot tub (neither of which we used). Staff appeared to be efficient and friendly. Quiet. Short movie shows daily at 9 AM about wetlands and Katrina. Lots of tour brochures and information at desk. Overall a nice place to base ourselves for our visit to NOLA. We'd return if coming back.

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Picked this park as it was the first RV park we saw coming into Springerville from the North. Friendly welcome. Good Sam discount. Easy pull-up site with full hookups. Trees blocked Direct TV. I hooked up to park cable, but only got snow. Could have been my cable. No big deal. Mostly permanents here. They come from work at dark and leave early. Clean, quiet. As a stopover it was fine. For more than a night? Probably not unless you plan on living there.

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Rolled into this park on way to New Orleans. Selected because it is a Passport America park. No one in registration...posted as self serve, which is fine. We selected a long pull-through for our 40' fiver and truck. Temp was warm, but this site had only 30 amp, which was also fine for us. Some sites have 50 amp. All are full hookup, inc. sewer. Grass, some trees, mostly level. Quiet, easy to find. Arrived late in afternoon and left the next morning, so we didn't take advantage of the lake etc. Five other rigs here when we got here. Plenty of space. Regular rate is $28 plus tax. Add $3 for 50 amp. We ended paying $17 with tax/30 amp, a fair price for a quick, quiet overnight. They offer lots of affiliated discount programs. We'd stop here again should we be passing by and need a quick, reliable overnight.

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Arrived at this park without reservation on a Thursday at 11 am. As I was pulling in, another rig was pulling out and I grabbed site 7..front row on a low bluff, with full on view of Strait of Juan de Fuca..with all the boat traffic and ambiance. While many sites are reserved well in advance, there are a dozen or so sites left for first come first served. The entire waterfront row is non-reserved. Weekends were packed. Most weekdays filled by mid-afternoon. Saw several 'locals' who know the system pull a car into an open site, put their paid tag on dash then get picked up and come a day or two later with their rig. Locking up an otherwise available spot. Many families, yet quiet at night. Park gate closes at 10 pm. 14 day max stay. A nice separation of tent sites from RV sites. A large park, with mostly open RV and wooded tent sites. Concrete pad with grass strip between sites. Picnic table and fire ring. 50 amp and water. Dump station with lots of blue boys being hauled around, Playground, Hiking, and Tide pools. In my opinion, sites are snug for big rigs, as our fiver and truck barely fit without hanging into road. Width gets friendly if your neighbor is big and you both have slides. Fire ring ended up about 3' from back corner of our rig. RV sites are set in three rows, each higher than the one in front. AT&T OK about 1/2 mile from park entrance, then bounces over to Canada tower, both voice and data. Verizon Mi-Fi internet was also on Canadian towers so all were OFF in park. Satellite TV OK from most RV sites. OTA antenna was Canadian. Heavy fog some days..fog horns sounding from passing ships..you swore they were going to hit you! Great location for day trips into National Park, Cape Flattery, Port Angeles, Sol Duc hot springs, and Hurricane Ridge. Would definitely come back.

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Welcoming, friendly and accommodating hostess. Escort to site. Had pull through, no unhooking needed. FHU 50 amp. Our site (31) had a clear shot for DirectTV. Most sites are permanents/seasonals but appear kept. Freeway traffic across river melted away as the night progressed. Didn't really notice it. Would visit again if passing through.

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Stopped here as it is a Passport America park. Great rate. A bit off of I-5 by several miles so no freeway noise. A warm, friendly welcome. Escort to sight. Had large pull through. Gravel. Minor front/back leveling needed. Good 50 amp, water/sewer. Tengonet internet Wi-Fi, so basically useless but 200 mb allowed per unit, per day so we didn't bother. No big deal as we use Millenicom-4 bars. Direct TV satellite from our site. ATT cell strong. Mostly year round residents here. Several apparently work various shifts as I heard vehicles coming and going throughout the night. While it did wake me up now and then. It wasn't obnoxious. Nicely kept groundsand ponds with fish. Fronts river. Tiny 6 hole, chip/putt golf course meanders inside the park. Didn't get around to using it, but could be a fun way to spend an hour. Would definitely recommend a stop here if you're running up or down I-5 and want an inexpensive and comfortable stay.

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Behind the casino....one long row of mostly pull throughs on asphalt. Just an extension of the parking lot, really. 30 amp, water and sewer pipe at each site. Top of our sewer pipe was about 20" straight up out of ground..making for a creative hook up. Electric box was on it's last leg..plugs/breakers were loose...needed some screws and maintenance. We arrived on a Monday around 2 pm and there were only two sites open and the park seemed to consist of many long term residents...some were hard piped to sewer opening....some looked like they had been there a while. Surprisingly quiet after dark, even though there are workers from both the rv park and casino hotel rooms coming and going all the time. Check in is inside casino at hotel registration. Bathroom/laundry also inside building by registration. We were in a 40' fiver with 3 large slides...we needed to unhook so our truck wasn't blocking the travel lane of the parking lot in front of us. We had about 10' on each side to the next rig. Some leveling could be needed if you're big. No shade. Would be HOT in summer with only 30 amp. Hey...22 bucks, hookups, safe..then move on....fair enough. We might come back if passing through.