Denise Kirk

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We came to Quartzsite for 3 nights near the end of the season. There was a lot of campground availability, glad we picked this one!! Easy check-in with super nice owner. Golf cart escort to site. Long, level gravel pull-thrus with concrete patio. The electric and water hookups were perfect. Free wifi that not only worked, but it was fast! Looks like many repeat snowbirds here. Everyone was friendly and welcoming. We were even invited to cake & ice cream at this month's birthday and anniversary celebration. Used the laundry room which was clean and convenient. Only one public bath on site which we didn't use. Would definitely return here when we return to Quartzsite next year.

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What a beautiful, well managed park! We only stayed one night but were really impressed. Check-in was friendly and efficient. We were escorted to our long, level pull-through site. We were near the "Crow's Nest" (clubhouse) which gave us a decent (free) Wi-Fi signal. When we checked in, we were told that they serve a small evening meal in the Crow's Nest and we were given a coupon for 2 free dinners... chicken wraps and a free soda or coffee or bottled water. Such a nice touch! Our P.A. rate represents about a 30% discount off the regular nightly rate. Would definitely return if in the area.

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This park honors the Passport America rate for an entire week, so we stayed 7 days @ $19 per night, which was a great deal! The park is a mix of park models, some permanent residents, lots of winter visitors, and "just passing through", like us. The site was level, power and water were fine. The sites are gravel and each has a concrete patio. All are back-ins. We were escorted to our site. Some sites were kind of tight width-wise, situating the rig between the concrete patio and the sewer. So if this is a concern for you, you might want to preview your site. The interior roads are wide, so that's not an issue. This is not a "resort level" park, but they have a great clubhouse with an indoor pool and hot tub, billiards, library and community area. Lots of activities and everyone was friendly and welcoming. We'd actually consider returning for an extended winter stay. The laundry room was a bargain at $1.00 wash and $.75 dry. Park is located in south Tucson, so a bit of a drive into the main part of Tucson, but a nice compromise if you want to head south to Benson, Tombstone, etc.

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We originally booked for one week but extended our stay to 10 days while we took care of some business in the area. What a great stay! As another reviewer mentioned, there was some staff turnover but the owner's wife was on the scene and was as nice as could be handling things. We have a 42' motor home plus tow, and the site was long and level. This is no fancy RV resort, but it offers a lot for the money. There is a converted house on the property that houses the laundry, fitness room, and about seven PRIVATE bath/showers. We didn't use the private showers, but thought the concept was great. The "lodge" area has a fireplace with big screen television that has many satellite channels. There's a billiards table and ping pong table, plus a table that could be used for a card game or jigsaw puzzles. There's also a library for swapping your books. Also, there's a large kitchen/dining area. We kept saying "this place would be great for rallies!" The free wifi actually worked, the cable television only had the most basic channels but was included in the price. We did see a nice pool and hot tub area which we did not use. The park is a little off the beaten bath, but we liked the country feel and found it no problem to make the short drive into Kerrville. We would definitely stay here again when in the area.

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This is a small park and a lot of spots were occupied by full-timers and "Winter Texans". Everyone was friendly and helpful. The clubhouse has an ice cream social on Sundays, this is a friendly bunch! Park is easy to get to and navigate, and very conveniently located about halfway between Fredericksburg and Johnson City. There are two popular Mom & Pop restaurants within walking distance and lots of winery tours nearby. We had a nice long pull thru. Lot was level, electric and water pressure were fine. There was no television cable and we were able to pull in only a few channels with over the air antenna and those could be hit or miss. Laundry was 2 washers and 2 dryers located in a small room outside the office. Cost was only $1.00 each and was on the honor system... leave your money in the envelope or at the office, no quarters required. Very handy! Lot was level, electric and water pressure were fine. We stayed for 10 days during which time the Wifi worked great until the day before we left. A big rig pulled in next to us and that seemed to affect the wifi signal. Our fulltimer neighbors at the park told us they experienced this all the time. It seems like it would be an easy thing for mgmt to fix. Other than that, great park, would definitely return! The daily rate shown is based on a weekly discount.

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We stayed here for one night on our way to Florida. The owner could not have been friendlier or more helpful. When we pulled in (with our Class A and toad), she was waiting for us and showed us to our site. We had a nice long pull-through site and left our tow vehicle hooked up. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked just fine. Park did have some road noise and helicopter noise from nearby Ft. Rucker, but everything was quiet when it was time to sleep. We'll definitely stay here again when passing through the area.

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All-in-all, this was a very pleasant experience. Check in was fast and friendly at the country store at the front of the RV park. Make sure you take time to enjoy the gift shop and cheese sampling! We had a concrete pull-thru space. It was level and spacious. The Wi-Fi worked fine. We got local television channels on antenna. This is right off I-70 but the road noise was minimal. There were some full-timers parked around here and there, but since this isn't a big tourist destination, it is understandable that the owners of the park need to keep the spaces filled. If we pass through this area again, we'd definitely stay here.

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We were just passing through and only stayed one night. Staff was friendly. Park was clean and had a nice pool. Good Wi-Fi connection. Price paid reflects senior discount. We would stay here again.