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Park is steps away from downtown Bandera. Park is along small river and is subject to flooding. There are 2 levels of camping. Sites are grass only and are very close together. Most of park appears to be seasonal. Park had very strict dog rules. Dogs may only be walked outside the park fence and area is under video surveillance. Our biggest concern were the number of large motorcycles coming and going at all hours of the night despite published quiet time. We have yet to sleep through the night. Also entrance to park has a very steep downgrade. Park would be fine for short stays.

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This park with desert landscaping was absurdly immaculate. Sites are pea gravel with concrete rails for wheels. We saw evidence that site pea gravel had been raked. Minimal but beautiful desert landscaping. Nice fenced dog area. Laundry room was very clean. Staff were helpful. Park sits on high bluff above city.

     

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Santa Fe KOA

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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This park is your typical desert terrain of rocks and dirt. A park employee threw a rock while mowing which shattered a large window in our 5th wheel. The park's response was sarcastic with no apology, no offer to help us get rig road worthy, no adjustment to our bill. Park sites are small. Big rigs had trouble negotiating turns. Some of park landscaping is in the way of putting out slides and awnings.Wifi was inoperable and we had no cell phone service. This park is not central to Santa Fe activities. It is about 30 minutes from most city attractions.I would not recommend park.

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Road from I-25 to park extremely rough. Interior roads in park rough and not well maintained. Park does not give a good first impression. We pulled in at 2 pm and office was closed, although our packet was on the door. Sites are leveled out on hills and difficult to access. Overall park maintenance needs work with lots of peeling paint and rotten wood. Ok for an overnight. Small rocked, fenced area as dog area which our dog would not use. Very low water pressure.

     

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Circle The Wagons RV Park

La Veta, Colorado

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This is a small park with mostly seasonal residents. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Our site was occupied when we pulled in due to a misunderstanding. We had to wait 2 hours to set up. We were provided a shaded place to sit and ice cream bars. Staff checked on us several times. We found park to be very friendly. Residents were welcoming. Site was level with back shade. Laundry and restrooms were spotless. Park is within walking distance of downtown La Veta.

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This is a typical western KOA. Lots of gravel and dirt. Site was level. We were escorted to site. Limited space for dog walking. A warning to dog owners--we saw many rabbits in park. Our terrier went crazy. There is a pool which is small and up at front of park. No one used it while we were there.

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Park is 12 miles west of Gunnison. Park is up steep hill. RV site is quite long, but most of it was hilly. Most of sites are permanent installations and not well kept. Vehicles parked in roads and some roads are dead ends. No real amenities. Park advertises wifi, but it is very sporadic. Cable tv is available. We got 2 out of 3 satellites on Dish to work. Cell phone coverage is nonexistent, but mountains in all directions. Park is quiet. The best thing about the park is the scenery. Blue Mesa Reservoir is across the highway. Location is great for mountain trails or fishing.

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Park is off I-15 towards Utah Lake. Many long-term residents. Sites used for short term are too short for long rigs and since side by side rigs share utilities, rigs are very close together. Current rigs in park with slides extended have inches between them. Very wooded and rustic. WiFi is advertised but weak and not reliable.

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This park was a surprise. It sits along the Snake River. Sites are level, shaded, very clean. It sits close to interstate so there is some road noise. Gas station and small restaurant on property. Escort to site. Workers out moving sprinklers around and maintaining grounds.

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Nice amenities. Very clean. Very crowded.

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We stayed one night. Office was closed when we arrived, but we were directed to our site. Site was level and shaded. Office and laundry room was spotless. Staff very friendly and helpful. Lots of green space for dog walking. Park close to I15, but traffic noise not an issue. Very close to everything friendly gas station, Walmart and restaurants. We would stay there again.

     

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Terry Bison Ranch Resort

Cheyenne, Wyoming

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This is a 1 night stay. Campground is bad gravel and scrub grass that could use a good mowing. Many old rigs with plywood additions. Utilities were fine. Claim to fame is that it is a working bison ranch with 2500 bison, camels and other livestock. Park and attractions seemed very tired.

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1 night stay. Pages of rules not being enforced. Loud music from golf carts. 70% of laundry out of order. Too many children in streets. Forced to wear wristbands but not using amenities. Will not return. Over $50 to stay and do not even get Internet which can cost up to $15 per day.

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We found this to be a well maintained campground with easy access to the nearby interstate. We plan to visit it again, soon.

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The nearest sewer dump facility was about 15 miles away. The sites were undefined grass slopes, and the shower was in a small wooden shack, 60 feet from the water heater and with little more than a poorly fitting sheet of plywood for a door! But worst of all, was the inadequate electric service. The service to our site (50 amp) was only 94 volts when it should have been 110. This was on a 90 degree day with a full campground. We left a day early forfeiting our $60.00 daily fee and we will not go back.