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Great little campground if you want to be near the beach, which is right over the dune at the end of the campground. Clean restrooms and showers. Each site is pretty large for a beach campground, with grass and a concrete pad (except for the designated tent sites). Wifi worked, and cable TV reception worked well. We had site #25 that was partially shaded and had ample room for a 10x10 tent in addition to our pop up camper sited on the concrete slab. Management was friendly and helpful, and it was convenient to have a camp store where ice was reasonably priced. I would return to this campground when a beach trip is planned.

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Staff is friendly and helpful, but charged me for a room and boat launch in addition to my RV space. This was discovered when I went to register for another night at the park due to mechanical problems with the RV. The accounting was quickly resolved. Security is present, and the restrooms and showers are clean and in good repair. Do not take Hwy 20 around the north end of Clear Lake if you are pulling a large rig. Hwy 20 to Hwy 53 at Clear Lake, to Hwy 29 north to Lakeport is the best route.

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Staff and camp host were very friendly and helpful. We had to choose another site because the one reserved had been listed incorrectly on the Recreation.gov website as having power (it had none). Rolling hills, views of the lake, clean restrooms and showers.

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Very clean, well run park. Staff was friendly and helpful and let us look around at other sites than what they had assigned our reservation. It is convenient with easy access to highways. The pool was being cleaned thoroughly the morning we left, so we didn't swim; but it appears to be a very clean pool in good repair. We would definitely stay there again.

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Stayed 2 nights here in downtown Las Vegas. It's got traffic noise (right next to the freeway), but it's convenient to the casino areas. If you're looking to visit the newer casinos on the Strip, this park is not a good choice. We had to take a taxi to the Strip at about $30 each way; however, it's right next to the Fremont St. experience, which is worth seeing and was a highlight of our stay in Las Vegas. Slightly difficult to access the park upon exiting the freeway. Security was present, but walking to and from casinos late at night was a concern. Otherwise, we enjoyed our stay. Staff was friendly and helpful.

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Great park! Friendly staff, great showers, good laundry facilities. No shade areas, but the pool area had shade, along with a small grassy area for relaxing near the outdoor cafe. We only were there one night but would stay there again. Note: active duty service members camp free!

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We liked the pull thru site we had with its desert flavor. The cactus were in bloom, and the sunsets were lovely. Showers and bathrooms were clean and well maintained, with lots of hot water. Nearby is a stretch of historic Hwy 66 (between Tucumcari and Santa Rosa) and a decent Mexican restaurant in Santa Rosa. We would go back there again.

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We were the only occupied site in the loop. It was a clean campground, with good showers. At the lake area there were picnic shelters a boat launch, play area, restrooms and a prairie dog colony as well as Canada geese.

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We were running from a severe thunderstorm and needed a place to stay. This was the closest park and we wish we had stayed at one of the others nearby. It was for 1 night, so we thought it would be okay. It was loud, showers were dirty and in disrepair, and there was a caravan of truck drivers ferrying new trucks through town who pulled in and ran their trucks for a while before they pulled out in the morning. Would not recommend this except for a similar situation to escape weather, and then think about going elsewhere. This park is rated above 1 only because it's close to the interstate and has an easy on and off.

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As a COE campground, this one is pretty good. We were at a site across the road from Lake Greeson, and there were many boaters who had campsites nearby the boat launch and dock. The town is a few miles away, and it's just a short distance to Crater of Diamonds State Park. There is a dump station and potable water. We had an electric only site, but there seemed to be some other sites with water and perhaps sewer. We stayed for 4 nights and enjoyed it very much. It appeared that most sites would require at least some leveling.