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Alma RV Park

Alma, Nebraska

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We overnighted here for a second time in five years. It is a clean, no frills park next to a reservoir that's suffered from a long drought. It's clean, large sites. It's not an entertainment center, just fine for its purpose, a true pure campground.

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Overnighted here, extremely clean grounds, restrooms, pool, etc. Breakfast has meats, pancakes, eggs, very reasonable price. Nice couple runs it. A nice, quiet place to relax. Wi-Fi in office. Wish we could have stayed a couple of nights.

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We spent three nights here last week. Clean, easy to find off Interstate, contrary to previous reviewer. Trash pickup at your site. Bounce pad and zip line for kids, clean dog run, wonderful staff/service, pizza delivered to door. Just too cramped for higher rating. Had to back truck out of a road as camper was located at the end of it. Huge outlet mall, McDs and gas half mile away but little else nearby. $35 1st night, $40 Labor Day rate.

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Our group spent the weekend here, sight unseen. I'm told the immediately prior owners failed within a year. Also told that it was a great Jellystone park at one time. The pool water, while cold, looked clean. Granddaughter said there were lots of critters, but it is miller season. The jump bladder was wonderful for kids. The meeting room was small but pleasant. I feel justified in saying that the new owners are overwhelmed. They don't understand rigs need to be parked so their hookup points are on the side where the power, water, etc., are. The grounds are in need of extensive grooming beyond just cutting the weeds. The sites were level. Dogs were leashed, save for the owners' which walked about. Folks with cutesy dogs were upset by the burrs, and one of our guys, used to both mountains and desert terrain, got a bad cactus sting. The water system failed for about 18 hours. Prior owners have completely failed to maintain the property, but the current ones have a potential winner. But I would have felt more positive about their chances had I seen a half dozen or more workers performing meaningful maintenance and rehab while we were there.

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Price is with Good Sam discount. Spent two nights here, and by coincidence had spent one night a couple years ago. No major change noticed. It is a bit rough looking due to all the permanent residents, but everyone was friendly. Office staff was very nice, but we were not escorted to our site. Our particular site was plenty long for the pickup and 37' trailer, but as with all the sites, very narrow. Many of the sites would have been very difficult to get into. Used a restroom once and while old, it was clean. Pool looked good from a distance, but didn't seem to be used much. One site near the entrance had a party both nights and my only complaint was we weren't part of it. Nice young folks. Only real noise was from the adjacent interstate. I understand the more gentile traveler may find it intimidating. I do suggest management work harder to get people to clean up after their pets. We used both dog areas and picked up several piles left behind. Also, saw too many messes along the way.

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Price reflects group discount. I gave it an 8 instead of 10 for two reasons: Small sites and work in progress, literally. It's going to be a 9 soon when pools are readied and the events room and dog run, which looks like a winner, are complete. But while we had plenty of room, it was only because there were so many vacancies. We parked our truck in empty sites. I can't imagine how crowded it's going to be in a month. Sites were level, grounds were spotless and staff was wonderful. One of the nicest campgrounds we've encountered and the only one we've seen within walking distance of several "wellness" shops! Ahh, Colorado! But a great location to see the sites.

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Under $30 for a pull-through, electricity and water. Roomy site, level enough for one night. I'd have given it a 6 if it had a dog run. Friendly owner. Hey, it's 100% Holbrook!

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Very nice campground, but we won't be going back soon. The facilities are quite nice. Very clean, all pull-through and ample length and width. Dog park has grass and there is a large tented area that is the nicest I've seen. We don't use park showers often, but the cost was $1 for seven minutes. Not unreasonable, as they have to haul in water. I would have rated it higher, about an eight, were it not for the attitude of the owner, which was apparent from the second we entered the office. Heard he took over two years ago. Reminded me of some Army sergeants I encountered years ago. Flat affect. If dogs bark, you get kicked out. If dog messes and you miss it, $50 fine or kicked out. Sign telling you to turn in your neighbor if they don't pick up after their dog so he can ask them to leave. See their website for a complete, exhaustive, long, humongous list of rules. Jeez, lighten up! Life is waaay too short! Group rate.

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An outstanding value. Recreation area appears shines. A computer is available here. It had everything but a pool. We had plenty of width to extend slides and park another vehicle and trailer loaded with our ATVs next to us. Heavy duty picnic tables were like new. I've paid twice as much for less.

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Just Don't! Grossly overpriced. Several test holes for drainage were about 15 feet from our slideouts. At 7 p.m., without warning, a skid steer (tractor) backfilled the holes sending billows of dust against our rig. I'd just had my TV detailed. Took pictures of a guy standing right at our trailer giving directions to the machine operator who came within ten or so feet from us. This went on for nearly a half an hour.

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We stayed here on our way to Gold Canyon, and on our return. The camp workers are very friendly, we went to dinner with them the first night. Everything is clean as can be, a good dog run, and a pretty setting. You might want to call for directions as the entrance pops up on you and you could pass it. If you're looking for action, go to NYC. A fine place to relax for a few days.

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Rate reflects monthly rate. We spent a month here and have signed on for three months next year. The park is very clean, and while it's not an overnighter with showers, etc., there are spotless bathrooms in the public buildings. The large pool and hot tub are little used so you can enjoy the privacy. Staff is great, no one is looking over your shoulder and many activities are run by the campers, nearly all of whom have ATVs. Nights are quiet, folks are friendly.

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Rating would have been 9 if Wi-Fi worked at our site and they had a pool. Rate reflects weekly rate for our long pull-through. Plenty of shade trees so we had no need for our awning. Site was clean and level, if a bit narrow. Very nice staff, prompt check-in with reservation. We stayed with a group of nine rigs, all campers were happy. Huge dog run was great and users kept it clean. Very nice pavilion with electrical outlets for hotplates, etc. Recycle bins everywhere. Ice/wood delivered to site on request. Located on highway about 23 miles east of Estes Park and RMNP, and comfortably west of the city of Loveland to give a nice rural feel to it. Big Thompson River borders the park and sounds pleasant as it roars along. Can't think of a negative.

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We arrived at this spotless park about 6:30 p.m. A sign on the office door said to pick a spot and he'd see us in the morning. We took a large, level spot in a row loaded with really big bucks rigs. Don't know the attraction, but we walked a hundred yards to the restaurant at the top of the entrance drive. I don't think it was connected to the park. The food was very good, but entrees were in the $35 dollar range. Back to the park, the manager was very friendly when I walked over to pay up. Seeing all those big money rigs as we drove in, I thought this place was going to be a fortune, but it was the least expensive of our trip at $32! Wi-Fi was very good. A good, quiet place to stop.

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We checked in on the 10th of July, having reserved for three nights, extended to a week. We met up with a relative as planned, and the owner gave us a side by side site, which was great. Our site was blacktopped and level. Laundry was clean, reasonably priced. There was a single evening campfire, which I prefer over individual ones. There was some highway noise. Owner well known for her homemade pies, and breakfast was available. Each roomy site had its own trash container which was emptied frequently. Staff was owner's family, very nice ladies. Best features were lots of trees, so many I don't think Dish/Direct would work. Wi-Fi was very good. And, it was only about two miles from the entrance to Glacier, with several touristy shops and restaurants along the way. If you need a pool, etc., for you or your kids, there was a KOA across the way that ran roughly ten dollars more per day. Good mix of tenters to six figure rigs. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.