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The park is pretty and clean with pretty flowers and landscaping. It's a few minutes drive north of Missoula. The bath and laundry facilities are very clean and pleasant. There are no recreation facilities in the park, though it's a pleasant place to jog. Wifi worked pretty well.

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The campground's location is great, a few minutes inside the park with Medora nearby for dining, etc. The single lane gravel road has many places where the trees and bushes rubbed the side of the motorhome. There are some overhead limbs that are scarred from being struck. I wouldn't recommend this park for a large motorhome.

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The park is sprawling, shady lawns along the Missouri River. Single lane roads with trees and bushes were a bit tight in a few places for our motorhome, but we managed. Our pull-thru site was very large. Many sites are quite spread out from neighbors, so it's possible to have peace and quiet. Satellite can be a challenge with the large trees. We will definitely stay here again. Paved roads, gravel sites with grass, fire pits, picnic tables. There are paths to walk to the river.

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One of the nicest RV parks I've visited. Paved roads, gravel pads, paved patio, picnic table, fire ring. Hookups are well located for motorhome. Lovely clean pool and hot tub. Wifi sometimes available in the resort office. Weak Verizon signal there, too. The abundance of campfires every evening made for smoky air in the RV. Located about 20 minutes from Zion NP.

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Pretty, clean park with paved roads, concrete pads. There are both shady and sunny sites. Quiet location on edge of a neighborhood. Zion NP is about 40 mins away. St. George shopping and dining are about 30 mins away.

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Large park right outside Bryce Canyon NP. Many sites are shaded. My site was all gravel, no grass, which became a 4" puddle when it rained. Fire pit and picnic table, but it was too muddy to use them. The pool and hot tub were quite nice, even in the very chilly weather. No wifi, and no Verizon signal.

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Clean, tidy park. Paved roads, concrete pads, easy to move around with the motorhome. Nicely mown grass and some small trees. Clean bathhouses. Some noise with the elevated interstate nearby, but not bad. It sits behind two businesses (one is an RV dealer) with a security gate for entry. The park has a small but pleasant pool, newer playground equipment, and is along a paved, public trail for biking and walking.

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Quiet country location a few minutes from Idaho Falls. This is a county rec park (ball fields, picnic areas) with a small RV campground in one corner. Office on site, but it was locked the two days I was there. No wifi.

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Gravel roads and pads were easy to negotiate. Some grass between sites, which are mostly sunny and open. Basically it's a gravel and grass parking lot on the Montana prairie. Two blocks away is the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, which has dining, a bar, and natural hot springs pools (both indoors and outdoors).

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This park is on an acreage a few minutes out of town, with other acreages and small farms for neighbors. Off the highway, it's about a quarter mile on gravel. Sites are all grass. No problem getting around or parking with our motorhome. Sunny site for easy satellite. Very quiet.

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This is a basic park in a quiet, country location, south of the metroplex. The park has a fair number of long-term RVers. Sites and roads are gravel. Grass and tables between some sites, but little landscaping. Pool is unheated. The community room looks quite tired. There is a convenience store in the office. Five miles away is plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment. There is no storm shelter, so you're on your own if there is a tornado warning.

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This is a beautiful, clean park, built to easily handle big rigs. However, I had no Verizon signal, and the wifi didn't even work while standing in the office. The office clerk said it's 1990's wifi, good luck. Will not return.

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We really enjoyed Gulf Waters. The park is pretty, clean, and friendly, and we really liked being a short walk from the beach. Both the staff and the owners are friendly. They encouraged us to attend social events -- happy hour, fishing trips, golf, etc. The showers and pool are clean and comfortably heated. Most sites have a separate parking pad for a towed/tow. The landscaping is very appealing, yet out of the way. The park is very quiet after dark. Park Wifi was fast and reliable. Several RVers rent/own golf carts and you do see them on the beach. However it's just a short walk over the boardwalk. Port Aransas is about five minutes to the north, and has several good small restaurants and bars, groceries, souvenirs, and a free ferry to Aransas Pass. Corpus Christi is about 25 minutes away.

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The state park is quite large and has a few different campgrounds spread out below Tuttle Creek dam. Our pull-thru was a crescent shaped driveway off of a one-lane road. 30 amps plus water at site with dump stations in the area. Roads and pads are asphalt. Site included a gravel patio, new picnic table, and fire ring. The campground is laid out so there are wide green spaces with trees between rows. Costs $18 plus $5 per day for the tow car. There is a small camp store with firewood and free little library. Boat launches, canoe rentals, disc golf in walking distance. 15 minutes to K State or to shopping.

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Stayed overnight in a long pull-thru. The office was very helpful and polite. Site was pretty level with hookups well-placed. Gravel roads and pads with grass between. Seems a bit pricey as I arrived late and left early, not using any facilities. However, I paid for a convenient location, big rig access, and a safe area.