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One must remember, this park is located in a desert setting. It appears that the RV park is a converted section of the adjacent mobile home park. The RV park is better! The pull-through sites are all offset and long, so your neighbor is actually behind you giving you plenty of space on each side. Each site has multiple electrical, water, and sewer connections. Admittedly, the sites are not seemingly up-to-date and "slick", but are quite sufficient. We have stayed here several times and will be back!

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The USA RV Park is an excellent place to stop for the night or a few days. I don't really understand the previous comment about unlevel sites because there is probably not more than 2' elevation change throughout the park! The park is basically asphalt roads surrounded by crushed red granite. There is plenty of room to maneuver. In my opinion, the shortcomings of this park are: The park does not allow any pet fencing outside at all. The park is located along old Route 66 in far west Gallup. Most of the businesses in the area have closed and are boarded up. I will say that the park seems quite secure, but one can tell that I-40 has had a toll on the old Route 66 businesses in the past decades. We have stayed here before and are looking forward to staying here again!

     

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USA RV Park

Gallup, New Mexico

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The USA RV Park is an excellent place to stop for the night or a few days. I don't really understand the previous comment about unlevel sites because there is probably not more than 2' elevation change throughout the park! The park is basically asphalt roads surrounded by crushed red granite. There is plenty of room to maneuver. In my opinion, the shortcomings of this park are: The park does not allow any pet fencing outside at all. The park is located along old Route 66 in far west Gallup. Most of the businesses in the area have closed and are boarded up. I will say that the park seems quite secure, but one can tell that I-40 has had a toll on the old Route 66 businesses in the past decades. We have stayed here before and are looking forward to staying here again!

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If you have a Garmin, do not follow its directions! Go south on US 62, and once you are around the curve north of the park, turn south on 2nd Street. Turn left into the park. It is marked with signs. The is a bare-bones City RV Park. Note: There is no 50 amp power! Like Rockhill (review below), we camped in 5A. This site has a weak 30 amp breaker. We had to reset it several times. Site was on an incline, but most other sites appeared more level. I believe there were 11 sites total. Two sites appeared to be long-term, and looked like it. One can pull into the sites from either direction. The "A" means the front of the RV is facing east; the "B" means the front of the RV is facing west. Note: site 5 is front facing east only, so 5A. The "interior" might be a little tight for the real large rigs, but is doable. The power hookup is crude - one box has a 30 amp socket and a different box has a 30 amp breaker. Dumpster was near. Donation box is across the park street from the park. Some highway noise from US 62 but not bad. There is no severe weather shelter! We would stay here again as long as there were no severe weather warnings.

     

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Flagstaff KOA

Flagstaff, Arizona

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In the past, I have read reviews how a particular park was "tight". When I arrived at those parks, I would think, "This isn't that tight." Then I arrived at Flagstaff KOA. Believe me! This park is "tight" and has virtually no maneuvering room for any rig with a total length more than 28'! There are pine trees and large granite boulders near the interior roads and lining every campsite. This is obviously a very old KOA built when even large RVs were probably not more than 25' in length. The space around the sites (and around the boulders) could use a trimmer to knock down the foot high foxtail weeds. The laundry is comprised of old, worn washers and dryers with several "Out of Service". Spaces in the back are on an incline. The hydraulic levelers had to lift the downhill tires off the ground for level. Note: Each electric box has a Main 50 amp pair of breakers in addition to the 30 amp breaker and 50 amp breaker pair. You must turn the Main on for power plus your chosen amperage breaker. The sad fact is that this KOA is probably the best campground on the east side of Flagstaff. I might stay here again, but would make all attempts not to even stay one night. It is definitely not worth the KOA discount price of $45/night!

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As others have said, the first night is free. However, donations are appreciated (donation pipe at NW corner). There were no long term campers and there was no camp host. This park is a basic gravel lot with full hookup sites. The "facilities" for the ball park also serves as campground facilities. The door on the "Women's" side did have a working keypad lock. The "Men's" side keypad lock did not work. I only peeked in the Men's side - I would require a HazMat suit and air tank to enter past the doorway. This concrete block building also serves as the severe weather shelter. Best not to use this building and watch the weather to avoid this area in tornado season. Power, water, and sewer were all good. As noted, turn at the Dairy Queen then keep driving south. Drive to the south side of the park then turn left into park. There are not many choices for camping along US 380 in west Texas. This City RV Park is actually not a bad choice. Police station is only a few blocks away and the police do patrol the park often. The nearest grocery/Walmart is in Stamford some 17 miles south. Yes, we would stay here again (unless there is a threat of severe weather!).

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Large gravel lot with marked RV pull-thru spaces. Conveniently located off I-40. Close enough to I-40 and the major rail route that there is some noise at night (traffic/truck noise, crossing horn blasts from train engine). But it is good for an overnight stop. On the downside - If you want 50 amp hookup, it is $2 extra per night. If you want cable (59 channels), it is $2 extra per night. Absolutely no dog pens, carriers, or fencing allowed outside (even though it is all crushed granite gravel, including inside the pet run area).

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I agree, this is a great little park. The owners are working, methodically, to upgrade an older KOA park. In the past year, they have installed new electrical system. As we left, they were starting on installing new water connections and pipes. Yes, there is a major railroad across the highway, but the trains are few during the night. We didn't even notice them after sunset. The owners are very friendly and helpful. This park is nicely located to major historical sites. Yes, we would stay here again in the future and would recommend it to others.

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Let me start by saying that winter, cold-weather camping is not for everyone. But if you are like us, and enjoy snow skiing and are adapted to winter camping, Pagosa Riverside is a must stay place! They keep about 8 spaces open during the winter, snow-plowed, with full hookups (50 amp). These 8 spaces are "first come, first serve" and are a flat rate of $30/day. Management, workers, and the owner are very friendly and want to assure you are comfortable and happy. The campground is beautiful, a wonderful setting along the San Juan River. In the winter there is only one pull-thru space, and our 38' fifth wheel was too long for that space. We had a back-in spot that was well plowed and the utilities shoveled clear. Management and the owner were very busy with remodeling the office building and bathrooms. I would guess that the office and bathrooms look very nice and updated in preparation for the warm weather campers! If you do winter camp, be aware that the San Juan River Valley usually is 10 degrees colder at night than Pagosa Springs due to the cold air descending from Wolf Creek Pass. We are definitely looking forward to visiting Pagosa Riverside next winter (and skiing Wolf Creek) and seeing the friends we made with Management and the Owner! And, who knows, we might even be able to warm weather camp there sometime! We highly recommend Pagosa Riverside Campground!

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This park is under new ownership/management who are site present and friendly. The new owners hope to upgrade the park over the next few years. The park is largely a gravel lot with good tree cover. Sites range from level to not level. Some lots do allow satellite TV reception. In season, there is a Farmer's Market and a barn jamboree on site. The primary negative of this park is the road noise from US 60. Most nights the road noise stops after 10pm as there are very few trucks. This is actually a very nice park near the Ozark National Scenic Riverway. We will definitely return.

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We cannot recommend this park, but do read other evaluations. The drag strip and dirt track racing unexpectedly started up on a Thursday evening at 6pm and lasted well into the night. Very loud! The "grassy" areas are mowed "swamp grass". Obviously this area is subject to flooding as all the electrical is well elevated (4'+ off ground). It did rain during our visit, and water was standing everywhere for two days afterward. The park is approximately 5 miles from I-24 on narrow asphalt roads, one of which crosses a steep railroad embankment (similar to a levee). I was concerned I might damage my hitch and/or pin box driving across it. There are two tight turns that require no oncoming traffic to utilize the whole of both roads to negotiate. There is only one women's and one men's toilet/shower rooms for the whole park. One better hope that it is not busy as one walks across the gravel lot. There are two washers and three dryers; however, the dryers have only one heat setting - "high". One might choose "Delicate" or "Low" heat, no matter because the dryer (50 minutes for $1.75) gets hot enough that one cannot touch the inside drum. This park is under new owners, but beware the husband. He is very OCD about late checkouts and driving through unoccupied spaces! He will literally run across the park to confront someone with anger. Though not the park's fault, the electrical line voltage ran over 131 VAC for several hours several times a day. Our SurgeGuard ATS safely disconnected the RV, but then we were basically boondocking. One needs to be careful leaving the RV door open as the gnats will invade the RV. One reviewer stated the owners space RVs out for privacy; however, this is totally untrue. There are three RVs on the south loop, and we are all parked next to each other with empty spaces down the way. On the positive side, this appears to be a clean park. Even the permanent residents and rental RVs are not that junky. We will not return.

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We camped here two nights. Yes, the park is older and some of the concrete pads are cracked. However, the park was very clean and well maintained. If we could, we would definitely return. We left the morning of May 5. On the evening of May 6, the Roadrunner RV Park took a direct hit of a tornado. You have probably seen pictures on the news. Note From RVPR admin: Park owners report that they are currently repairing damage caused by recent storms and anticipate being re-opened this season.

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This is definitely a "rustic park". The interior loop road and sites are all dirt and gravel rock. The sites are shady and back-in. There is plenty of maneuvering room for backing. The showers/restrooms were clean, but did not see a laundry. There are several long-term campers who will share information about diamond hunting. Miners' Camp is located right outside the entrance to Crater of Diamonds State Park, so it is quite a distance to Murfreesboro and Nashville, AR. If we return to Murfreesboro, we would definitely camp here again.

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Cooper Creek Campground is a welcomed relief from the crush of Branson! Located on the shores of Tanneycomo, where the fishing is great, it is away from the hustle of the Branson shows and Hwy. 76. The road into the campground is quite hilly. Once in the campground, the roads are a little tricky because they are narrow with some low hanging branches. My 38' fiver did fine though I took it slow, watched carefully, and had a spotter. The back-in spots along Tanneycomo are a little narrow and tight, but well worth the view! The pull-through spaces tend to have more room. The showers/restrooms were very clean. The laundry was clean, though a little on the expensive side. If we were to visit Branson again, we would stay here!

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Catherine's Landing is definitely a one-stop RV resort with plenty to do and plenty of fun! The "residential street" approaching the park may make one wonder, but the excellent access road confirms a great experience ahead. Asphalt roads with concrete RV pads, excellent hook-ups, and beautiful sites - what else is required? How about a great pool, a dock on Lake Catherine, and boat/kayak rentals? Plus the historical town of Hot Springs, Arkansas and the National Park just minutes away? Great fun! We will definitely return!