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Great, right behind the first dune, 100' to the beach. Even though your between A1A and the ocean, road traffic is not an issue. We pulled in forward and had a frontal view of the ocean. Site was raked and in fantastic shape. Palmetto between sites gave good privacy. Free air TV had 50+ channels. The High Tide grill was a 10 minute walk north on the beach and had acceptable frozen seafood for lunch on the beach.

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Rather tight but fine for a small rig. Loops are in the woods but within 1/4 mile of the beach. Free air TV had about 20 channels. The site was dark at night, just the way we like it. Nice level lot with fire ring and table. A nice park overall.

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Nice park with fairly level asphalt pads. Best suited to under 30'. 30 amp electric and no water at site. There are several water fill sites within park and two dump stations. We were there midweek so the campground was pretty empty. Restrooms were fair to poor. 1/2 mile walk to Old Mans Cave. It was empty for season but pool looked pretty nice.

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Stone lot, rather tight. Free air TV, poor Internet. Some road noise from I70. Currently full of pipeline workers. Would find something else next time through.

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Nice local campground, good for an overnight. Two mile from I70, stone and grass full hookups. Could not get on Wi-Fi.

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Good flat stone pull through sites, good internet, free air TV, new picnic tables. A busy campground, 7 miles from town. No shade, friendly staff. Would stay again if skirting the south side of Kansas City. Plan on star gazing tonight.

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Stone lot in town, shaded, close to road. Next lots are close. Wi-Fi is Tengo - so blah. Pool looked okay, good cable, close to museums. Would consider someplace else next time. Lot next door had one kid, two teenagers, two dogs, and four adults in a 1978 class C just purchased for $300 - so experience was rather marginal.

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Good small park with grass and gravel pull through sites. Friendly staff, good WiFi and cable TV. Easy access on se side of Garden City. Next to interesting wind turbine distribution yard. Get fuel if you are headed toward Ft Larned on Rt 156. Would stay again. Some shade.

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Overpriced for RV lot behind motel. But it is a good one night stop location. Wi-Fi was available in the motel lobby and breakfast was provided. Not a bad breakfast and they have a waffle maker. Permanent resident on site to assist setup if you need it. Excellent Mexican restaurant 500 ft. away. Site is well lit, but area is somewhat distressed and it was only us and two permanents on site for the night. Walmart and fuel is handy within 1/2 mile. Motel has 2 washers and dryers. Would stay again or try out RV park at I25 New Mexico/Colorado border.

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Nice, large park. Full hookups, no cable. Wi-Fi is fine but park is at 20% capacity right now. Gravel drives, no pads but each site has a picnic table, some shade. Easy access off I-25. Fairly remote from business areas (south of Ft, Carson). May Museum a must see if you are intrigued by extremely large insects. Will be here for almost a week.

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Good park but site would have been too sloped for a class A. Gravel pull throughs, electric and water at $33 Good Sam price. Friendly office, easy access but the bigger the rig the tighter. Would stay again. WiFi was good but unsecure.

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Great place if visiting Tent Rocks, NM. Park pass gets you in for $10. Level gravel park, well spaced. Concrete patio with covered new concrete picnic table. A great park overlooking reservoir. Quiet and dark but sites do have a 6' pole light.

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Good level park. No cable, but loaned a DVD at no charge. Clean pool. Park is currently very crowded due to local oil boom. Could not get Wi-Fi up and working. Good park if going to Carlsbad but a 30 mile round trip if you want to see the bats leave cave at dusk.

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Nice park with plenty of level stone pull-throughs. Wi-Fi and utilities good. Easy access, friendly office. Would stay again.

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Nice level concrete pads. Water and electric fine. Clean nice showers and restrooms. Lot was only a 100' walk to beach boardwalk. Palms shaded the site in the late afternoon. A real nice park. Beach was white sand but had quite a bit of seaweed piles and water was cloudier than Panama City. Was clear enough we saw a stingray on the bottom just several feet from the edge.