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This is a very quiet, clean park with wide long pull thrus. No rig too big. You park on concrete and have a patio pad along side. Picnic tables seem to be only for over niters. Laundry is ok, would be nice to have more than 4 washers and dryers to do big loads. Beware....it is always windy and no shade. Flies are a major problem and you smell the cows when the wind blows from the south. Biggest disappointment is the WiFi is a joke. You will be bumped off every 2 minutes if you are lucky to even get on. They blame hot spots from other rigs, Oasis needs to upgrade to a stronger system. I went to the library when I needed WiFi that worked. We would stay here again as it is the best in Amarillo.

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This is a great park,we had a wide long back in with concrete for 45 ft. coach and patio with picnic table. Even though it is in town and close to 335 loop, it is very quiet with no road noise. Only negative is no WiFi at site but there is a hot spot at the office. There are a lot of permanents but the park keeps all the areas very clean The manager "Debbie" is so helpful and a great asset to this park. We would definitely stay here again.

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Best park in Alpine and great for day trips to Big Bend. Long level pull thru that worked great for our 43 ft. coach and the tow. Parked on fine gravel and dirt, it can be muddy if it rains. No patio. Cement picnic table at site but is small and way up front on the site making it worthless. Management is outstanding. We attended the 4th of July cookout and they made us feel so welcome. We will definitely stay here again.

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Clean park with long gravel pull through sites. It is next to a truck stop so you have a constant rumble 24 hours a day of the 18 wheelers, which may keep you awake if you are a light sleeper. Easy on and off I-10. We would stay here again for an overnight stop. Our rate was $20 based on PassPort America rate.

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The pull through sites are definitely long enough to allow you to stay hooked up if towing, with an easy in and out of the sites. This was previously a mobile home park allowing for the wide, long sites which are now RV sites. The sites are all desert dirt with a cement patio and a picnic table. Our rate was based on PassPort America rate. We stay here every time we pass through this area.

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This is a newer park with limited amenities. Pool was just about finished. The long pull through sites are in the back of the park. We had no problem fitting in the site with our 43' motorhome and car in tow. Front portion of park is mostly seasonal workers. Entire park is dirt and gravel. Ok for an over night stop. Would stay here again.

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Very nice park, but the park rules are not enforced. Many sites are occupied by seasonal residents that do not obey the speed limit, driving through unoccupied sites like it was a raceway. Dogs are not on leases or picked up after. No manager or owner on site. Otherwise, the pull through sites are long and paved with an area for a tow. Our rate was $27 a night as we paid for a week. We would stay here again under different management.

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Basic campground, with parking on grass, no pads. Pull through sites are long enough for a big rig with tow. Overnight stop only as not much to do in the area except an excellent BBQ in Luling. Our rate was $15 using PassPort America.

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This is a mobile home park that has converted many sites into RV sites. All sites are paved and the pull thrus can accommodate big rigs. There is no laundry or other amenities at this time. Free Wi-Fi was excellent at our site. Most RV sites are in one area and not mixed with the mobile homes. Our rate was $20 based on Passport America rate. We would stay here again.