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This was a repeat visit for us and it is a good park. We had one of the new big rig friendly spaces and it was very level. Easy to get in and out, strong Wi-Fi signal, escort to the site and nice and clean. A good place to stay for the night or for visiting Albuquerque.

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Beware of the "premium" pull through sites if you have a motorhome or anything large. Our site was terribly unlevel and the turn angles for the road made it difficult to get out. We had to un-hook our car to leave which was very inconvenient. It looked like the regular pull-thru section was easier. There is severe highway noise and the rule of only one bag of trash in the dumpster is ridiculous. We rolled in with a full garbage can and had to clean up a spill in the refrigerator which caused another bag of trash. At this high rate per night we expect to have a large enough dumpster for two bags of trash if needed! The cost to stay at this campground with all it's inconviences is not worth stopping here next time.

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We had a big rig long pull thru site with full hook-ups. The park tries hard to be friendly and clean plus escort you to your site. However, we do not agree that this park is a resort destination or nice for that matter. It is gravel, old, full of permanent residents in everything from horse trailers to very old trailers, pop-ups, you name it. We passed up the restaurant which looked like a greasy spoon in their convenience store. Would only recommend this park as an overnight stop due to the serious lack of other campgrounds along I-84.

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We stayed in a limited 50 amp pull through site. The sites are paved and roads are wide enough to maneuver. We really dislike the placement of the sewer connection, which is all the way to the back of the sites. Not a good set up for a motorhome towing, so in order to leave the car connected, we had to do without sewer. Also, not a destination park by any means, but just fine for a quick overnight stop. The truck stop fuel station is very convenient. It is also far enough off the highway for a peaceful night's sleep.

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The RV sites are concrete and very long for a large motorhome towing. Nice and neat appearance and easy in and out from I-5. There is a train nearby, but this did not disturb our sleep. The only complaint is that the sprinkler system went off early every morning which sprayed our car and motorhome. They should at least have warned us or how about adjusting all the sprinkler heads! Otherwise, a nice park for a night or two.

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This is a small, clean, quiet and fully paved park. The golf course is really nice and the price is really a good deal. Rate stated is the weekly rate. We had a pull-through site. Will have to disagree with other reviews about the sites being level and a strong Wi-Fi. Neither were true in our experience. We actually had to put boards under the tires of our motorhome as our hydraulic jacks could not compensate for the unlevelness. Their Wi-Fi was very slow and our Verizon phones and hot spot did not work well as the signal was just too low. Overall, we really liked this little park and would suggest it.

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This is a nice, paved, quiet park. The golf course is really nice and the price to stay here is a great bargain. We stayed for one week so that is the rate stated here. We will have to disagree with other reviews of level sites and strong cell signal and Wi-Fi. Our pull through site was not level and we had to drive the motorhome onto boards as our hydraulic jacks could not compensate for the unlevelness. Their Wi-Fi was terribly slow and our Verizon phones did not work well as the signal was just too low. It was hard to do without good cell phone reception and Wi-Fi for a week. Overall, we really did like this little park and would stay again for a night or two.

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This is a great location, easy accessible to I-5 yet quiet. The staff is very welcoming and the newspaper and mints with Wi-Fi code are a great idea. We stayed in a super site for large rigs, gravel with a concrete parking pad. It was good for leaving towed vehicle hooked up, however, very downhill at the back. Our only complaint, not a big problem, is that the patio is set up for 5th wheels and not motorhomes. In order to fit on the concrete pad, the front door ends up being well past the patio area. This made stepping out a little treacherous as it is river rock on each side of the patio. We have stayed here three times and will stay again.

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First the positives: Easy access to the highway, paved roads, paved sites, code/gate for security, & minimal highway noise. Now the negatives: NOT big rig friendly! There are 40 pull through sites that are unusable due to large boulders placed to protect the grass. If they were considerate of their campers, they would remove these as serious damage could and has occurred as stated in other reviews. Avoid the pull throughs! The back in sites are very short; we barely fit into ours without an inch to spare. Also, I had trouble making reservations on the phone. The person with whom I spoke was not professional, and I was not sure if we would have a reservation or not as he took no information over the phone. Upon check in, the female attendant could not find our reservation, then would not give us the requested site as she stated, "we were staying so long". We were staying for one week. Obviously, a lot of visitors are staying here for one night while passing through. As we entered the site area, we noticed the place was practically empty. She acted as if they were doing us a favor to allow us to stay here. Honestly, I don't think they care if they have any campers or not. Just seems like they are out to make a quick buck with the exception of all the permanents paying by the month. The golf course is not nice, the grounds are not that well kept, and we had a problem with ants getting into our coach as they were all over the ground in the utility area. Guests are presented with five pages of rules upon check-in, water pressure was on the low side, and there is no wi-fi service. This is our second time to try this park and will be our last. It isn't because we can't make due with the tight sites or worth the high price. It is because of the unfriendly staff, lack of appreciation of their guests, and general care of the park.

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This campground is OK for an overnight stay as there are few RV parks along this stretch of I-5. The rate stated here is the Enjoy America rate. You will be escorted to your site, which is always nice, and the pull-throughs are adequate for a big rig towing. All 50 amp, full hook-up, gravel which was mostly level. The biggest complaint was that the sites were very close together and they placed other incoming RV's right next to each other, instead of spreading us out, although the park was not very full. Our neighbor set up his grill to cook dinner and it was literally two feet away from our expensive, new SUV. Not happy about grease, smoke and heat on our vehicle. There are a number of permanent residents and the park is a little old and worn. A previous review said the campground was quiet but we did not get a good night's sleep. Mostly because of the close proximity with your neighbor, noise from I-5 and a resident with a loud motorcycle. Would recommend the campground only if you must stop in this area, the next campground headed north is over 100 miles away.

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This park is a little off 1-10 in the middle of nowhere. It is full of permanent residents with a small temporary section of pull through sites. Everything looked neat and clean. We assume the park was built long ago, for towables, because of the placement of utilities. Also, not that big rig friendly for staying hooked-up because of the concrete patio location and the planted palm trees at the front of each lot. Too hard to pull through without hitting the concrete or the palm trees due to the narrowness. This is O.K. for an overnight stop but next time we will pass it by.

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We are happy to see the park open again by Lazy Days. The security, sites, & facilities are about as good as it gets. As a repeat guest over the years, we highly recommend as big rig friendly and an all around great place to stay by the night, week or month.

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We have stayed at this park multiple times and always enjoy stopping over for the night. Always clean with nice facilities. Our only dislikes are that the pull throughs are all side by side hook up and the regular sites are too short for a big rig towing to stay hooked-up. At check-in we were told they are 59 ft. long which is why we had to pay extra for a premium site. The premium sites are huge but too pricey. Cannot rate the park higher because it is not gated or all pavement. However, this is a nice park and nice costs more.

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This is a good park while traveling 1-10. Easy access, security, cable, Wi-Fi and very clean. We stayed here in the past when it was a KOA. Improvements have been made with the patio areas and even the BBQ grills were spotless. Our only complaint is that the sites are barely long enough for a big rig, towing, to stay hooked-up. This is typical for parks built long ago. Be sure to ask for the longest sites if in a larger RV. We recommend the park and we will be staying here again.

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This park is very handy and great for the price and location. The sites have a concrete pad and full hook ups. The negatives are: highway noise and the sites are close together. Also, be sure to call for availability as most of the park is full of permanent residents with fewer sites for folks passing through. It is also a popular park for those attending Texas Tech sports events so it sold out the weekend we were in town. We will definitely stay here again and do recommend this park as big rig friendly.