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We stayed here a week over Thanksgiving. The lots are plenty long for a big rig and towed without unhooking. Basically a gravel lot with concrete patios. Very wide site that even allowed us to park our jeep next to the rig. Easy in and out but getting parked so your slide didn't hit the pedestal and still was close enough to hook up the utilities was a challenge. Heard several comments from others about it. Very nice laundry facility. Nice group Thanksgiving dinner. Our Only real complaint was that the showers were pay showers! Many four wheelers going out daily to enjoy the desert trails.

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We stayed for 1 week at this park. The pull through for big rigs were very nice and long. There are a few trees in the park bur mostly gravel with concrete patios. Utilities were tricky, in order to have your water and sewer within reach and not have your rear slide hit the electric pedestal; but with a little moving back and forth we got it done. There are no tables at the sites and you must pay for showers. The laundry was nice and clean as were the showers. We had a pleasant Thanksgiving Dinner at the recreation hall. The staff was friendly and helpful. I marked the park down a little on value due to the lack of tables and the extra cost for showers. The sites were spacious though with plenty of room to park your towed in front of your RV or to the side. Many units did not even have to unhook their towed trailers.

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This park is small but super neat and clean. Interior roads are paved with flat concrete edging. Pull through spaces are 30 by 65 and straight in parking (not angled) but we were able to negotiate it with our motor home and toad. Bathrooms, showers, pool etc were super clean and VERY nice. Pride of ownership shows in every aspect of the park. It is located near to I-40 but we were not bothered by traffic noise. The exits off of I-40 were very busy but manageable. I had gotten specific directions for accessing the park when I called ahead of time. It was a good idea as the street (Metcalfe) was a little tricky to see if you did not know where it was and we were directed to turn between the Carl's Jr and the Chevron station. Made is a breeze. We stayed here two nights and enjoyed it. We would stay again.

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We stayed one night whole passing thru trying to get ahead of a winter cold front. Other reviewers were right on about this park. The interior roads are very rough and bounced our motor home around. Our extra long pull through space was actually 2 back to back spaces being used as one long space. The width was okay but our electric cord wouldn't reach the outlet without using a 25 foot extension. The concrete patio was broken concrete that had heaved and was easy to catch your foot on so we had to be careful. There are a lot of permanent units in the park. We did go to the restaurant and the food was good but quite expensive and the entertainment was mediocre. Most singing waiters/waitresses were from the local college. We thought overall the restaurant was highly overrated. I would not stay again in this park if given a choice.

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We stayed in our motorhome pulling our toad for just one night. The bathrooms and showers are run down and quite unappealing. The site was long and wide enough to accommodate us without having to unhook which was a bonus. The park is for sale and appears to be quite neglected. There is a pond with ducks and cattails which is a nice area to walk your pet. I would not stay here for more than one night and then only if it was the only park available in the area (which was the case for us). The owner was friendly but even the office was unkempt and looked as if they just didn't care.

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We stayed for a month in this park in our motorhome(we got a monthly rate). It is exceptionally clean, all the facilities are immaculate and well maintained. The park is well maintained and parts of it are being renovated. The main sections have already been renovated and are spacious. There is nothing extra fancy in the park, just good care and maintenance on an ongoing basis. The owner and staff are extremely friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend this park as I rarely find restrooms, showers and laundry facilities this clean and well cared for, which takes nothing away from the grounds. The driveways were wide and easy to navigate even for the largest of vehicles & toads. Each site has a fire ring, patio and table.

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Came to this park intending to stay 3 to 4 weeks. I called ahead and made reservations and was told if we stayed only 3 weeks we could still get the monthly rate. When we went in to pay the manager told us if we stayed for 3 weeks we would not get a monthly rate and the total cost would be over $900! We argued, but she would not budge. This park has recently been sold. There are very dilapidated RVs parked there permanently and it appeared most of the people there were on a permanent basis. We had stayed in this park previously and it was ok. It was near our sons home, so it was an ideal location for us. Needless to say we did not remain in this park. There was also construction going on so it is very dusty. The restrooms were clean but the staff, including the manager were not a friendly or accommodating. Staff could be overheard being very vocal about their disgust with the new owners and the new policies put in place. Customer service was non existent.

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Rate reflects membership price. This was a members only park which sold in Nov 2013. They continue to honor memberships for now but that will change in April 2014. Park is under new ownership and they are making an effort to improve it, taking care of repairs as needed. and sprucing it up. Nice riverfront access. Most of the sites are plenty big for even the largest big rig. All the park is gravel/sand. Several of the washing machines and dryers were not working but management said they would get that problem solved asap. They are trying to do things right and have their hands full after years of neglect by the previous owner. We would stay here again.

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Very friendly management. This park is an Escapees Rainbow Park and is largely filled with permanent homes and park models but has an area for people on the move. It is very basic, gravel and hook-ups. The dry camp area does not allow for generator use. The activities and facilities are nice and everyone we met was quite friendly. An RV repairman lives in the permanent section and is easily accessible and competent. We would stay here again.

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Although this park was a little hard to get to due to construction, it is was well worth the effort. The grounds, laundry, bathrooms, everything: was spotlessly clean and well cared for. The interior streets are paved and there is "pea" gravel to park on. We stayed in the overnight pull through area and it was all "pea" gravel. Don't wear shoes with any kind of cleat on the bottom or a tread that the gravel can get stuck in or it will be carried into your unit from your shoes. The staff was friendly and helpful. There are several park models and long term (seasonal) units, all attractive. No old junkie units. Although the park sits up against the interstate, we had little noise to bother us. Heard a distant train at night but nothing to bother. For a park this size, there were 14 washer and dryers and a nice CLEAN area to fold with an ironing board available. Basically this is an adult park. No area for childrens play equipment, but there were a few children around. Nice pool and hot tub area with shaded patio and tables to relax. Community activities too.

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We stayed with a WHR membership. This park was once a nice park but terribly run down now. The club house is still nice but not used much. The interior roads are quite deteriorated and one entire upper section of the park is no longer used. There were problems with the septic system although we were able to dump OK. Too bad WHR is letting things go down hill here. It was once a very nice place. Tried to use the hot tub but every time we went down in the evening it was locked even though we went before the stated closing time by more then an hour. There appears to be little oversight and less maintenance. The men's shower had only lukewarm water and one working toilet. The laundry had a dryer not working and according to other campers it had not been working for some time. I will not come here again.

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Very friendly park. Not many amenities but easy pull-throughs and easy in and out. Sites were very level. Staff was very helpful. Delicious breakfast. They now have electric charges built into the nightly fee. We paid $20.25 with tax and the Escapees membership discount. Stayed 2 nights with cold icy rain and wind. There was a little highway noise but not a problem. Mostly enjoyed the very friendly people.

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This is a nice park and has some sites with a little shade. It has a nice little dog park ,and there were many dogs. A large part of the park housed long-time campers who were working construction on I-15. There were no problems with that, and the construction was nearing completion when we stayed there. Clean facilities and well cared for grounds. Lots of mosquitoes from the nearby stagnant pond in the evenings made it uncomfortable to sit outside for long. There was quite a bit of traffic and train noise, but we would stay here again.

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Very nice park. Although it is close to the interstate there was not any noise, and the park is very nice. We only stayed overnight, but would stay again if we get the chance.

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This was an overnight stay for us. There was a little shade, but the park is very poorly kept. It does have the nicest dog park I have ever seen, but that was the only good thing. It is an old park with little care. I would not stay again for more than an overnight.