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This is a huge, high-end RV park with many amenities: a restaurant, pool, lots of grass, a small dog run, etc. It is close to town (close to the freeway) yet it is reasonably quiet (except for the comings and goings of the big RVs checking in). There is a train somewhere nearby but we didn't hear it very often. There is lots of asphalt, no dirt or gravel, well-maintained concrete pads, etc.. This is the perfect type of place for RVers who will pay a bit more for a beautifully maintained park. It is dog-friendly; we enjoyed walking our dogs around. There are plenty of snowbirders here.

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To correct a previous reviewer, this park does not have full hookups in all sites; many are dry camping and some are electric only. This is a family campground with RVs and tents and people come and go until very late at night. We reserved via the web and forgot to write down our space # (our fault). That was a huge mistake because the park gate isn't manned after 5 p.m. and while they list the available spaces, there's nothing to say who has which reserved space. We took another full hook-up only to have a "ranger" come by at 10 p.m., wake us from a dead sleep, and tell my 70 year old husband to move our RV. Be sure to bring your reservation space info with you. There is no wifi at this park. It is very dog-and-kid-friendly.

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We stayed here 2 days and would stay again. While there is some debris around the edges and on the terrific path near the park (perfect for the dogs); the park is otherwise fine. Dated, yes, but so what? The price shown was before a discount. The park has full amenities-- the basics. I prefer dirt and gravel to having everything (!) paved over; I was more comfortable walking our 3 large dogs here. I don't get the other reviewers' comments about "year-rounders." Yes, there are some residence RVs and a mobile homes here, but they appeared to be well-kept and quiet. We were here 2 nights.

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This is a super well-kept park. They have lots of amenities - a clubhouse, a large pool, a dog wash, a dog park/run, etc. Most of the park is paved and there are lots of small trees. Guests are expected to walk their dogs to exterior areas of the park or in the fenced dog park; no using your campsite for a dog potty. The two RV parks in Amado are both a considerable distance from grocery stores in Green Valley; they are side-by-side, both on the frontage road next to a major highway and also next to a noisy train stop. Spacing at this park is similar to the one next door; enough room for your RV, car, and a picnic table on a small slab patio.

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This is an excellent park with huge spaces and a great park to roam with the dogs. The views are spectacular; try to get a spot on the outer rim. The river runs alongside the park. It is super quiet, too. The wi-fi is usually awful -- strong enough all over but hit and miss because too many people are using it at the same time. We have stayed at Mayflower many times. It is a frequent hub for snowbirders who stay for months at a time. There is a discount for a weekly stay and an enormous discount for monthly stays. There are no sewer hookups but the county has a crew of four (!) come by 3 times a week to pump your RV tanks.

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The park is immaculate and very, very quiet. It has a spotless and large laundry room. The sites are large, perfect for huge RVs to pull-thru when the adjoining site isn't occupied. We were in section D: the wi-fi didn't work at all on the outskirts of the park (the signal was poor there). I tested it; it is strongest near the laundry/restroom building, so if that is important to you and you don't have a booster and antenna, stay close to that. Hickiwan has a small convenience store next to it; other than that, the town of Why (aka Ajo, since it is near Ajo) is 10 miles from anywhere-- meaning Ajo, which is a good-sized, active town with full shopping, a town square, churches, etc.

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The pros: Daggett is a tiny town about 13 miles from Barstow. It is mountainous and has a beautiful, starry skyline. The reception desk was efficient and friendly. We felt safe here, even walking the dogs outside in the wee hours. Our site was a pull-thru. The cons: The campground is right near a very, very active train line. Train whistles blew all night. But for the train noise, this would be a fine place for more than a single night.

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The staff at this park have excellent customer skills: we were greeted as we drove in and directed to a drive through space. The owner was also very friendly and kind. The park (which is primarily a mobile home park) is lovingly well-maintained. Unfortunately for us, single-night RVers are placed right next to a very busy, noisy frontage road. Add in a nearby train's whistle several times overnight, we got little sleep. However, we felt safe here and there was plenty of room for us to walk our 3 large dogs on leash. There are a few run-down mobile homes in the park (someone else mentioned that) but most are well cared for residences. It is a fine place for a single night's stay.

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This is a great place to camp. The views are incredible, the entire park is full of trees and somewhat-dead but often-watered lawn (this is in the desert), and it's a wonderful place to go with kids and dogs. Right outside of the park you can take your dogs off-leash to run. We love this park and have discovered that it's even better in the fall as there aren't many people there. In the winter, it's packed with snowbirders who are there for months at a time. While there are no septic hookups, you can pay extra to have your tank pumped 3x a week during weekdays only, or haul it to the septic hookup in the park to empty your tank. Wi-Fi is so-so here; better if you are near the office, but views are better at the opposite end.

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This is primarily a concrete park. It is more like a mobile home park than an RV park, with lots of permanent renters, in the middle of the city. It is near an airport and right on the main road. That said, it is a fine place for an overnighter or if you need to be in the region. Most of the park is asphalt but there are quite a few trees. Check-in was very quick. The Wi-Fi is acceptable (a bit slow). The park felt safe. We would stay here again.

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This is a gorgeous park -- full of lush green lawns and trees. The A loop is more well traveled and noisier than other loops. The lake view side has a lot of permanent RVs, but they're very nicely kept. There is no real Wi-Fi here. They don't have Wi-Fi in this expensive 5-star park, for some reason. They advertise as having it in the laundry room, but it doesn't work. They have a free laptop and ports in the office. (That's very out-of-date and surprising for such an otherwise great park.) They're very security-conscious, with a "guard" at the gate. Guests are quiet early in the evening. I've been here before and would stay here again.

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This park is a very short walk up the hill from downtown Historic Bisbee. The spaces are not far apart, but you aren't packed in like sardines, either. It's a relatively quiet park, not too close to the freeway and no where near any airports or trains, unlike many RV parks. Children and dogs are welcome, too. There is a dog walk for walking dogs. There is no place for children to play, but the park is not near any roads, either; it's literally on top of a hill with no thru traffic. If you're traveling in an RV and want to see Bisbee (which I'd highly recommend), this is THE place to stay.

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Clean park, well kept. Very close to highway. Very small place, no amenities, no place for children to play. In town. Room to walk dogs behind the park. Good for a stopover to see Joshua Tree National Park.

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The park is clean and green. It's more of a full-time resident park rather than a vacation RV park. We were handed a couple of dozen pages of rules. The park is near a fairly busy road and also has planes flying overhead. Children are to be kept next to your RV, so it's safe to say it's not really child-friendly. It's quite suitable for a one-night stay. We felt safe here. The residents are quiet. Both restrooms were closed for repairs. Wi-Fi is no longer free: It's $3.99/day or you can buy a weekly or monthly Tengo plan. The Wi-Fi is strong.

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This park has it all: it's immaculate, it has Wi-Fi, full hookups, a huge laundry room, a huge pool, a gym, a fenced dog park (separate for the size of dog), several large TV's and lounge areas. Plus, on weekends they have dinners you can buy for $8 or so in the dining room. There are tons of social activities. The place was full of RVs of all sizes. And both staff and guests are very friendly. Typical of Arizona, there was minimal grass (but what there was was wonderfully green) and lots of rock, but the park was also landscaped with beautiful cactus. And it was spotless! There is some train noise, but it wasn't significant. Only one problem: we moved midway through our stay because we extended it, and the Wi-Fi wasn't as strong as in the far back right corner. If Wi-Fi is seriously important, the back right corner seemed to be a better spot for it.