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Poche's RV Park is a popular campground in the Breaux Bridge area. It's a little round-about way to get there from I-10, but, well worth the effort. The sites surround two large fishing lakes and most are back-ins. The sites are angled in relation to the roadway, so it's less of a challenge to back in. Friendly and informative staff. Very family orientated. Utilities are placed at the extreme rear of the site, so you may need all the sewer hose you have. Good clear sky for satellite TV. Quiet. They could do a little to smooth out the roads in the campground. This is our second visit to Poche's.

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The Katy Elks Lodge is located 1/4 mile north of I-10, so access is easy, although the turn from Katy Fort Bend Rd at the Lodge entrance is a little tight. There are four sites available at the rear of the lodge. 30/50E&W is available at the rear of the sites. On the day I arrived three of the sites were in use by rigs that appeared to have been there for a while. The lodge opens at 5pm and reservations are not taken, so a call ahead is advised. There is space available for dry camping should the sites be full. The lodge is very active and friendly. They are planning to add more sites with sewer hookups in the future. We stayed one night.

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While we are not usually resort people, the campground is an easy on/off from I-10. They have a lot of activities for those wishing to stay longer than the one night we stayed. They have a nice store with the expected high prices. Streets were paved and the sites were concrete. We had a pull-thru which allowed us to stay hooked-up for the over-night. I was surprised though that the site had a right to left lean. I'd have expected it to be more level. The utilities were well placed and worked as expected. A limited number of cable TV channels were offered. This was a good choice for an over-night stop.

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This campground is a dirt lot with hook-ups. Most sites are occupied by oil field workers from the surrounding area. They do have what appeared to be a nice pool and covered lounging area. Our site was a long, and, surprisingly, dead on level, pull-thru, which allowed up to keep the trailer and truck hooked-up. The utilities were well situated and worked as expected. No cable, but an easy DirecTV set-up. Easy access to I-10.

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The campground offers water and electric only. There is a dump available at the edge of the front parking lot. The sites are designed so that the highway side of each rig shares the electric pedestal and water spigot. Each site also offers an interesting metal picnic table set on astro turf. As previous reviewers have noted, there is an abundance of weeds and other vegetation which includes those that produce burrs which are easily tracked into the rig. A little Roundup could go a long way here. There is a covered pavilion in the SW corner of the campground. The utilities worked as expected and were well placed. The lodge was very friendly. They offered Friday night fish fry while we were there. I'd recommend it. Other meals were available during the week as well. We spent three nights, but two would have been adequate to see the sights. We were surprised that Roswell offered as abundant shopping as was available.

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The campground is an old KOA. Very friendly and helpful staff. Nice office and small gift shop. Sparkling clean restrooms and showers. All variety of sites are available, some overlooking beautiful valley. Sites are nestled between fir trees providing a sense of privacy. Very close to tourist sites and museums in Santa Fe. Easy access to US 285 and I-25.

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Elks members only. Dry camping only. Water spigot available. There is a campground with marked sites adjacent to the rear parking lot. There is room for 10+ rigs at the NE edge of the rear parking lot behind the lodge and there is room for 10+ rigs in the lower parking lot in front of the lodge. Best view of the Superstition Mountains from the patio.

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We stayed here for one overnight on our way to Santa Fe. I did get the Escapees discount which is usually greater than Good Sams. I had wanted a pull thru which would allow me to leave my truck and trailer hooked up. We also wanted electric as the weather was getting cooler. Our site was adequate, however I had to park at an angle so that both vehicles fit in the site and then I had only inches to spare. We were happy as well that the site came with cable. The utilities worked as expected. The roads were adequate. The sites were situated in such a way that we faced door to door with our neighbor and shared an electrical pedestal with the site on our highway side. The sites are tight, but OK for an overnight. The night we arrived the campground was offering pulled pork sandwiches and chips for $5, although we did not partake. This is a good place for an overnight. It is an easy on/off from the interstate.

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This is an active 55+ campground in Quartzsite. There are scheduled and planned activities. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The sites are very large. The utilities are placed so that the highway side of each RV is facing each other. The utilities functioned as expected. There are mobile homes in one section of the park. Many campers return here each year to winter. Some of the RVs are permanent on site. The annual rate is very attractive. Electricity is metered at $.17 per kwh. for monthly or longer stays. The campground is situated adjacent to the ATV trails, so easy access for those interested. Easy access to the Desert Gardens showgrounds and Wells showgrounds. We have enjoyed our stay and will return when again in the area.

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Elks members only. Reservations accepted. Helpful hosts provided assistance with backing into site. All sites are back-in. 30 amp electric and water only, but there is a dump on site. We stayed one night, so I'm not sure if there is a maximum stay limit. Active friendly lodge.

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This was our second visit to the Orange Grove Campground. The campground is situated on a former orange grove. Orange trees are everywhere, and were loaded with ripe oranges. You are encouraged to pick as many as you like. They are sweet and juicey. The park is very well run. Check-in is easy with ample parking at the entrance. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The sites are very large pull-thrus. We had plenty of room for our 40' fifth wheel and our truck. The trees which surround the site are trimmed in such a way that they will not interfere with slides. The utilities are well placed and functioned as expected. Great wifi and cable. The clubhouse has a few RV supplies and snacks.

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The Alameda County Fairgrounds RV Park is expensive, but given the alternatives available in the Bay area it is really the only good choice. Easy access from I-680. Friendly and helpful staff. Our 50 amp site was a back-in. The sites are narrow given slides etc. There was no room for our truck at the site. The sites can get muddy and were while we were there. Great wifi. Easy DirecTv set-up. All utilities worked well. The electric pedestal, water spigot and sewer connection are all together at the back of the site. The maximum stay is 21 days, but if space is available you can extend, but you must move to a different site. There is an RV dealer on site with a good supply of RV related goods and propane.

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Another nice Elks Lodge campground. Elks members only. Sites are all back-in on level gravel. Utilities are well placed and worked as expected. Great cable and wifi. The closer you are parked to the lodge the better the wifi. No dry camping. No reservations. Active, friendly lodge with dinners Wed & Fri. Lounge open daily. Easy access to Eureka for shopping, restaurants and sight seeing. The sights are close together, but it is not an issue in November. We've been here before and will certainly return.

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This is a nice campground nestled in the Redwoods. The young lady who managed the campground could not have been more helpful. Our site was a very long level pull thru on grass. The utilities were well placed and worked as expected. Easy Direct TV set-up although cable was available. We stayed a week to explore the nearby Redwoods. We had a very enjoyable week and would not hesitate to return.

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Nice Elks Lodge campground. E/W at site with dump at lodge. Sites are gravel with slight slope side to side. There was adequate parking available for our truck. Easy Direct TV set-up. Active lodge. Close to shopping and other activities. We've been there before and will return again.