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This is a lovely campground very handy to Durango. We originally had reservations for 3 nights but wanted to add 1 more. They went out of their way to make this happen during a very busy time. There are two different types of sites. In the back area the sites are smaller but in the trees with lots of shade. Both back-in & pull-through. They are close together but the attractiveness makes up for that. Each site had a small grassy plot. Our site was at the end of the row so no room for our tow vehicle but they had a space reserved for our site for parking. The sites in the front of the park are large and open but great if you have a big rig. When we arrived we were greeted by the person in a golf cart who checked our reservation & took us directly to our site. Told us we could get set up & then take care of things at the office.

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This is a lovely National Parks campground. That said, most of the sites are small. RVs are limited to 40 ft. Our 5th wheel is 31' plus pickup. We had to do a lot of maneuvering to get into our site. There was room for our slideouts but our steps were on the road & we had to put out reflectors. The view, however, was spectacular. Lots of low pinyon and juniper trees make the area very attractive. There is water (no hookup) and clean flush toilets but no dump site. Generators are permitted in loops A&B 8am-8pm. There is a free dump in Fruita at the Colorado visitor center. Coming up to the campground there are tunnels. In the MIDDLE they are 16'. We drove down the center line with no problem because there is not much traffic. Reservations recommended.

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This campground is very open and pretty bare but a couple of sites have trees. However the staff makes up for anything lacking! There are even home baked cookies when you check in. Sites are level and easy to access. A lot of this area is in an old lava flow and the campground has a nice trail around it to see the lava.

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We stayed 6 nights here and really enjoyed it. The staff was friendly & helpful. Nice gift shop and they also sold beer. Sites were roomy & some had little grass lawns. Far enough from the highway to be very quiet. There was a heated swimming pool & very clean laundry facilities. Not all the sites had full hookups but there was an RV dump. Propane is not sold here but at another campground in Torrey. They have to be contacted ahead of time to make sure someone is there. A large grassy central area is a great playground. Sept is VERY busy. Make reservations.

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Nice campground with a variety of facilities. KOAs are almost always dependable but this one is nicer than most. There were two dog parks with a couple of agility things which our dog really enjoyed. Note that the weekend rate was $50/night even with the KOA discount. Surprisingly there was no one to guide us to our site although this is a pretty big campground.

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Delightful State campground. Desert environment. Quiet, well-spaced sites. We love the campground and the park and have spent a few days here every year for the past few years. Reservations recommended - through Reserve America.

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We were there overnight. Friendly, well cared-for, and very quiet. Our site was very narrow but still room for slideouts.

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The RV park is very handy to Rocky Mountain National Park (you don't have to drive through busy Estes Park). When you first pull in it looks crowded but the sites are spacious. No shade but at 7500 ft elevation it stays cool. There is s fishing pond & creek. Dog friendly!

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A pleasant campground on the east side of Albuquerque almost on I-40. We were in a site closer to a residential street. There is a wall between the campground and the interstate but I don't know how much noise that actually keeps out. Campground was handy to I-40 and many of the main streets so it was easy to get where we needed to go in Albuquerque. We asked for a shady and they did reserve one for us.

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We think this is a delightful campground. The hosts are very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are shaded by piñon and juniper trees. The campground is on a frontage road and is really very quiet. There is a new 'dog park' with gravel which our dog really enjoyed and they thoughtfully provide plastic bags to pick up your dog's poop. It is some distance from Santa Fe but easy to get the interstate. Some wonderful restaurants in the area of the campground.

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Clean and well run. It is part of a gated gated community and you have to wait for a security guard to escort you to your site. A "resort" fee of $3. is added to the bill even though we were overnighters and had no intention of using any facilities. My husband and I were each issued an ID badge that had to be worn when we went out for our nightly stroll in case a security guard stopped us. The campground is just dirt with a concrete pad for the picnic table. There are rules on how your RV has to be aligned with the concrete pad. Not a place I would choose again.

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We have stayed at this park several times. Pleasant staff, well run. Pull-through sites for short-timers are in the front near the frontage road and I-8 but still pretty quiet.

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Typically fabulous National Park campground. Our site did require some leveling. RV dump and water are available in the campground. Many beautiful Joshua trees and junipers. Flush toilets but no showers.

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Good quiet park for an overnight stop. The treeless pull-through sites are behind the main campground and do not have sewer hookups, although there is a convenient RV dump. Wi-Fi was available at the office but I could never get a strong enough signal to log on.

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We stayed here 11 days. Very pleasant and exceptionally quiet park. Sites are divided by high bushes for privacy. The Carmel River runs right behind the park. The owner (staff?) was very helpful to us in getting our rig backed into the site.