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Review Count: 9
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Hacienda RV Resort, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $44.00
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We spent one night in this park en route to Arizona. It was a nice park with gravel pull-through pads. The activity building was nice and clean as were the shower facilities and laundry room. The dog run was nice and long and totally fenced in so the dogs could be let off-leash. Rate paid was the 10% off AARP rate. It was also the highest we paid the whole trip. We camped at Hacienda RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 5
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Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Cottonwood, Arizona

Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $25.00
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Great park in a great location. We were here over Christmas, and the park was not crowded. We stayed 4 nights. Sites were good sized, and we were fortunate enough to have a couple of trees, which helped with the dogs. They were asphalt pads, some grass and sand. The restrooms were clean, and plenty of water pressure in the showers. Dump station was one of the nicest I've used and well landscaped to disguise it since it's next to the main gatehouse. The park is close to the city dog park which was convenient to let the dogs run off-leash. I would definitely stay here again. We camped at Dead Horse Ranch State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 5
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Gilbert Ray Campground / Tucson Mountain Park, Tucson, Arizona

Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $20.00
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I would have given this park higher marks if it had water available at each site, but fortunately we had water jugs with us. Many of the sites are smaller and would be more suitable to tents or Class B's/small Class C's. We did find a suitable site that once in it, the site opened up where we had a huge space. The park is somewhat pet friendly - the only issue I had was finding suitable places to walk the dogs where they could do their business. It is a desert park and is mostly gravel and cactus. The restrooms were clean but had no shower facilities. As stated before, it's first come, first served with a 14 day limit. And it's close to the Desert Museum, Saguaro National Park West and Old Tucson. It's also easy to get to other must-sees in Tucson, such as Pima Air Museum. We camped at Gilbert Ray Campground / Tucson Mountain Park in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 5
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Potters Creek Park COE, Canyon Lake, Texas

Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $24.00
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A great place to spend a long weekend. I was in site 92, right on the water. However, it had no trees on the site. The sites are large, have covered picnic tables as well as fire ring and grill. The sites are asphalt with gravel aprons. The restrooms were large and kept reasonably clean for the amount of traffic through them. The only ding I had for the campground is they evidently had an issue with the non-potable water line at the dump station, since there was a hole dug down to the pipe. As a result, there was no way to rinse the sewer hose when finished dumping. This appeared to be a temporary issue. I would definitely return to this park. We camped at Potters Creek Park COE in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 5
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Caprock Canyons State Park, Quitaque, Texas

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $15.00
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Fantastic views although Honey Flats campground doesn't have the canyon views. Clean restrooms, large sites with privacy, shaded picnic tables and fire ring in Honey Flats. Good hiking. Good interpretive programs at the amphitheater and the bison herd is really interesting to watch. We camped at Caprock Canyons State Park in a Tent Trailer.

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States Visited: 5
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River Shade RV Park, Seguin, Texas

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $37.00
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Stayed here Thanksgiving weekend and the park was almost full - many are permanent. Clean restrooms and showers. Stayed in site 19 which has a good view of the river. This is a pull-through site but has 4-5 climb to the pad and our tongue jack did drag as a result. We camped at River Shade RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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States Visited: 5
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Huntsville State Park, Huntsville, Texas

Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $20.00
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We camped in Prairie Branch Loop in a 16 footer. The site (151) was too short for the trailer plus truck. The sites in Prairie Branch appear to be mostly all gravel/packed sand with many having a drop off from the asphalt loop road. We dragged bottom coming in our site. Some of the sites were very unlevel: more suited to tent camping. At many of the sites, the picnic tables were on the driver's side. There was a fire ring with grate at our site but no grill. The restrooms were clean but old. There wasn't a good place to dress after showering. Even though there was an "anteroom" outside of the shower, there were no hooks or bench. The bench was out in the main part of the restroom. One of the 2 sinks was not working. (I think they are supposed to be re-doing the restrooms). We did have a great view of the lake but had a sidewalk to the fishing pier less than 10' from the back of the site. We camped at Huntsville State Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 9
States Visited: 5
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Natchez Trace RV Park, Tupelo, Mississippi

Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $15.00
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We stayed overnight and this park was adequate for our needs. The roads and sites are gravel - sites are fairly level. The road into the park and some of the turns in the park are tight, especially for larger rigs. The sites closest to the office were very close to one another, but were actually double length pull throughs. There were several long term residents and just a few over nighters. The staff was friendly but didn't see them much (it was just before the holidays). The restroom/shower facilities (2) are clean but basic. One was actually a residential bathroom in a former life. There was plenty of hot water. I would recommend for an overnight stay. We camped at Natchez Trace RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

Review Count: 9
States Visited: 5
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River View RV Park & Resort, Vidalia, Louisiana

Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $15.00
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Nice park. We arrived after 5 and the staff told us to settle up the next morning and directed us to one of the back-in sites (our trailer is less than 20') since they were near the main building with the restroom facilities. Restrooms were clean and warm - 4 individual toilet/shower facilities. The laundry room appeared clean although we had no need. Trash pick up was at the site. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. There is TV reception on one side of the park but we were parked on the other side as we had no need. The river walk was an added bonus. It was a great place to stretch our legs and walk the dogs. We camped at River View RV Park & Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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