Mr. Rick

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Narrow, tight turns and roads inside the park but I was able to negotiate to my site with a 43' and toad. Site was plenty long enough so we did not unhook, but site was so narrow I could not open our awning and was dirt and rock. Some sites were wider with grass and a table. Electricity was adequate but water pressure was weak. Cable TV had many channels in standard definition. Pool was small but clean. Rules prevented the use of washer and dryer. Good for an over night stay as park was quiet.

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Difficult turn onto Old Military Drive as it is only 2 lane road. My rear wheels on our motorhome went over the curb as did the toad wheels which I usually have enough skill to avoid. Only waiting for oncoming traffic to clear could have prevented it. The park itself has narrow paved roads. Most sites are "long term". Overnight sites have shared hook ups which puts your rig very close to the one on your drivers side. However this is a quiet, restful park. Distant train noise was very faint. No traffic noise. Friendly staff, clean park. Just a place to park.

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All other comments apply. Six miles off of I-10 so it is very quite. Some of the six miles is very rough but so is I-10 in this area. Stayed here at the Passport America rate. LONG gravel entrance and long gravel loop to our site. I saw no pull throughs. Sites nearest the office were closed and were being paved. Long sewer run. Our 43' fit on pad but site is rather narrow. Woke up in the morning to a RV full of small black dead bugs (gnats?). Don't know how they got in as we were closed up tight. Otherwise a pleasant campground. Nice small pool and clean restrooms and laundry.

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Wonderful campground, clean and well groomed. Easy on and off. Paved roads and parking pads although the roads had some breaks and holes. Long pull throughs. But the hook-ups were at the back of the sites so we had to unhook our toad to prevent long sewer, water, and power runs. The paved patio and picnic table was at the front of the pad. All sites had grass although some were rather narrow. Nice store and pool. Free breakfast was coffee, juice, cereal, biscuits and gravy. Campground was between I-10 and a railroad track, but noise from the freeway was minimal and we only heard three trains in two days, all in the afternoon. Very pleasant and we would stay here again. Pleasant, helpful staff.

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Do not use this campground if you aren't comfortable driving off interstates and staying in big rig friendly resorts. Barebones campground. Very tight (unhook and back up) turns for tag axle 43'. Two lane road for about 16 miles can be an adventure. Otherwise, clean park, good people, some shade and grass. No cable for short timers, but we got major channels with OTA. WiFi is iffy. Close to Wimberly and Blanco river. Follow web site directions and call before coming. Good FHUs. No picnic table.

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Price includes cable (100 channels) and 50 amp. Voltage very good, water and Internet are adequate. Large pull-throughs; my site (57) was long enough for our 45' and toad. Quite a bit of trash and there were weeds around the hookups. Laundry and restrooms are very old and none too clean. Off the I-10 so it is quiet. For an overnight stay passing through, I would stay again. Roads are only fair, some are paved, others are rock. Site is rock, dirt, and weeds.

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Wonderful park. All roads, pads, and patios are paved. Pads are level and patios have picnic tables. They are wide and long enough for our 45' and toad without unhooking. Good electric and water. No cable. I could only get one channel. Beautiful view of Fort Bliss Airfield at night. Multi-lane highway is adjacent, but noise was tolerable inside our rig. Helpful and friendly office staff. PX gas station and shopette across the street. Very competitive fuel prices. Dog runs had grass, but were not fenced. Super clean except for the dog runs where people have not picked up after their animals. Close to El Paso. We would stay here again.

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Old park, narrow streets, small sites. Barely level. Small pool. Cable didn't work. Mostly park models. Not up to Roberts Resorts standards. Friendly office staff. First site assigned to was too small and had a broken breaker. All sites are back-ins. Other choices are available in area.

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This is absolutely the cleanest RV Park I've seen in over 40 years of RVing. When we came in there was a worker sweeping rocks off the paved access roads and back onto the sites. Another worker was power sanding and refinishing the picnic tables. All roads are paved and excellent. Some sites also had paved parking pads. The rest were gravel, as were the sites themselves. Power and water were good. Cable was a bit limited and only Standard Definition. Wi-Fi was fast and strong but the park was only 10% full. Don't know how it would work with a full park. Staff was friendly and helpful. We attended the observatory program one evening and it was excellent and entertaining. Safeway, Ace Hardware, and several good restaurants were in walking distance. Wal-Mart was a block away. No highway noise but a busy train track was close. Train horn was noticeable until we removed our hearing aids. Most sites had some shade part of the day. Plenty of room but during busy times, one would have to unhook the toad. Pool, hot tub, and restrooms were very clean. Dogs runs were fenced but rock. We would definitely stay here again.

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The office staff is very friendly and accommodating. We had paid for multiple nights but after seeing that the park voltage was only 103 volts during the hot afternoon we asked for and received a refund so we could relocate. Voltage in the morning was 118 volts. Could not get level as entire campground was on a slant. Site was large, but rocks, railroad ties, and other vehicles prevented easy access. Site was gravel and uncut weeds. A large cable reel in poor condition was our "table". No shade. Railroad tracks on one side of the campground and I-40 on the other side provided noise but no train whistles. Indoor poor, laundry, and restrooms were clean. I would not stay here again due to voltage problems.

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What's not to like about this park? The only thing missing is shade and grass, but we're in the high desert. There are a few sites with shade, but not many. Some sites are shared utilities. The entire campground is hard packed pea sized gravel and very clean. My pull-through was long enough so I did not have to unhook our toad. Campground staff is super friendly and helpful. The bathrooms are a little old but very clean. The pool is nice sized and the first one this year we could use because others were to cold. This one is heated. The campground store is large and well stocked. A bar-b-que dinner is sold nightly and very tasty. Many things for kids to do. Campground is free from traffic noise. Cable tv has many channels. None are hd. Wifi is useable. Water and electric are good. The best part is active duty military stay free.

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On paper, this sounds like a nice place but Las Vegas KAO is over-rated and over priced. The access road is very rough.The entire campground is on a slope and few sites are level. The "New deluxe sites" are not level and the site patios are weeds and fist sized rocks. Water pressure is very low (gravity feed). I finally was able to log on to the internet after several hours of trying only to get a pop-up offering to sell me "Premium high speed". Free WiFi is so slow at times it is practically unusable. Bathrooms were old but spacious and clean. Staff is very friendly. A cafe offers breakfast and supper which we did not try.

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What everybody else said. Great, beautiful campground. Long pull-throughs, good sized lots. Ours was a triangle shape. Best water pressure and voltage I seen in a month. Good WiFi, but slow when many are on. OTA is adequate, but I am having trouble tuning in my antenna. Train tracks and I-25 are close. Traffic noise is not noticeable but train noise can be disruptive when trying to sleep. Small aircraft noise is present at time from the USAFA airfield. Convenient to Colorado Springs and tourists sites. Commissary is small but adequate, bx is nice. Cannot use north gate due to construction. RVs do not have to use the truck inspection area at the south gate (I-25 exit 150). We had a rather long wait to find that out. Campground roads have many deep potholes.

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Everything is here. All kinds of stuff for the kids to do. About 10 miles from I-25 so it's not for an overnight. Lots of shade and grass. Gravel roads, concrete pad, picnic table, and bar-b-que. Helpful, courteous staff. Pool was too cold to use. New bathhouses. Very quiet. Cable TV had limited channels and poor reception. Competitive price. About an hour from Estes Park, Stanley Hotel, and Rocky Mountain National Park.

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What's not to like? Pool, hot tub, clean facilities, grass site with level gravel pad. Utilities at the back of the site. 30 ft of sewer hose as I didn't want to unhook my toad. Some turns are tight for 45' class A and toad. Good clean laundry. Helpful, courteous staff. Price is competitive.