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A hidden gem, like many COE's. Right on beautiful lake, within 5-10 miles of excellent shopping and food options. Park itself is very secluded, with locked gate only accessible by passcode after 10 PM. Sites very well spaced, very clean, and easily accessible. Site had BBQ, covered picnic table. Access road is paved as well. For the price, this is one of the very best bargains out there.

     

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River Walk RV Park

San Antonio, Texas

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Good park near downtown. Neighborhood okay, not noisy at all. Park overall was well-used, but kept clean. Staff very nice and helpful.

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Had to take a remote back-in due to no pull-thru's available. The remoteness along with rainy weather made the Wi-Fi unavailable during our visit. Roads and sites paved and very nice. Unfortunately, the site we had was bordered by a private house with two very large and extremely noisy dogs that barked at any movement by our site. Site was just long enough for our 34 ft. fiver, but we had to wedge our truck into the front of the site to avoid encroaching on other sites. Staff was courteous in spite of busy night.

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The site we were assigned to was just borderline acceptable for our 34 ft. fiver as it was on a sharp rise and just barely long enough. Had to park our truck sideways to keep within site. Looking over campground, not really that many sites available for longer rigs like mine, so make sure before unhooking that it is suitable. Staff very nice and helpful, willing to go extra mile to talk about their town.

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Quite a bargain. Right on shallow lake, quiet and restful.

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Talk about bare bones, this park is just a place to park for the night, no more. The spaces are good with electric, water, sewer and WiFi, but you must be self-contained as there are no bathrooms or showers. Cash only, no credit/debit cards. It is clean but also subject to highway noise.

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A very good park, concrete pads, good Wi-Fi, competent staff, easy out, but going in is a little strange as you have to turn onto side street, then enter casino parking before you finally reach RV park. Plenty of room to add entrance to exit area which is off main highway. Dump station near office.

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Check in at casino hotel desk. Nice staff, two decent casinos, buffet very limited but not expensive. Park is all pull-thru and clean. Too many pot holes on access roads, needs work. Dump station at park exit location.

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Actually free to camp, had to put a buck on the review to submit. Can't beat the price, and you get free play as well. Only back in spots available, but large parking lot in front of spots make the move easy. Only electricity, and no water available, but you have the casino nearby with good bathrooms. Casino small and smoky, but staff is nice.

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Was impossible to use this campground as roads way too narrow and turns too sharp for our club cab truck and 34 fifth wheel. Phoned previous to arrival, owner very nice over phone. After reaching campground, discovered that there was no way for our rig to survive without hitting trees, so after several tries and backing up a few times, was able to navigate our way out. Road into the campground also very narrow, and when we met another rig halfway there we both had to pull off the shoulders to let each other pass. This may be a nice place, but we could not use. Nice area of the peninsula, but not for us.

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Very nice COE, on lake with fishing, so very crowded even in off-season. Pull-thru site nice and long. Mature park, so lots of trees. Electric and water at sites, have to use dump for sewer. Overall a pleasant place to spend some time, especially if you like to fish. Lots of what looks like locals that leave their rigs there unattended for the maximum allowed time then just use sporadically. To be safe, you need to reserve well in advance during summer months. Even in early spring was crowded.

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This is a nice rv park. Most all spaces pull-thru and spacious. Trash cans at each site with full hook ups. Bath house very nice. Staff great to work with.

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This is a nice rv park. Most all spaces pull-thru and spacious. Trash cans at each site with full hook ups. Bath house very nice. Staff great to work with.

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Moab is a tourist town and this is a typical tourist rv park. Overpriced for what you get, a dirt site with full hookups. This park is better than most in the area as we checked several of them out before deciding. Town very crowded during early May, so spaces were limited. I guess we were lucky to find this one as it filled our need. A little noisy with all the off-road people in the park.

     

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Utah Lake State Park

Provo, Utah

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Gem of a state park. A little old fashioned as the pull-thru spaces are shorter than really needed for larger rigs. Once situated, everything worked well. Exceptional view of lake and surrounding mountains. Bath houses and showers are clean and spacious. Not a big fan of push button water flow as no H/C control, but good temperature and volume.