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Nice facility with good amenities. Well located near Big Bend National Park and the Rio Grande River. Cordial and attentive management. The best choice in the Big Bend area.

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This is an old park behind a motel near Terlingua. Many electrical pedestals are inoperable. We had to move twice to find one that worked. There was a whole line of 30 amp sites that had no service. Dirt park, few immature trees.

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We had a very good experience here. The current owner bought this park about Sept. 3 and has proceeded to upgrade the facilities including added gravel parking and site area, split rail fencing, the pool is pristine clear and inviting, and all amenities are totally acceptable and will bring us back in the future. This is an older KOA campground but it is being transformed by the current management. Only about one mile out of the town of Tombstone the park offers free shuttle service to town if you need it. The current owner is very attentive and impressed us tremendously and we would defintely stay here again. There is no better choice in Tombstone.

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The Park is 25 years old, therefore longest site is 60 ft. Width is tight but there are concrete pads, brick patios, and a small picnic table. We put out our awning and were about 5 ft. away from the neighbor's sewer hook up. It is very convenient to Seaworld. About 18 miles from downtown San Antonio. Staff was pleasant and helpful. Some sites have a significant downward exit slope. Others are flat.There are clean restrooms and a large pool. There is a small playground and an air conditioned clean laundry.

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A great little park with owner/operator very friendly people. Very quiet park with nice gravel sites with grass between. Convenient to Bryce Canyon (40 minutes) and Zion National Park (20 minutes) and about 2 hours north of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Nice creek adjacent to the park. Didn't catch any fish though. We would definitely go back.